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WAIT!

Tim Yeo gets only 12!

He is the smallest Tory ******!
Ah, but the smallest Tory ****** is a ****** of leviathan standards in the lay populace...
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No, no. All that strain on the wrist area would only inhibit the dexterity of one's digits...
but you're suggesting that proficiency would introduce said strain. unless teresa is particularly inept (which, according to tabloid press, she most certainly is not), then where there would be strain, there is now strength.

our teresa knows all of the right moves to increase her dexterity - something other politicians can only aspire to.
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What's funny about Huntingdon's disease? :confused:
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What's funny about Huntingdon's disease? :confused:
The very top of the page! :rolleyes:
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Hahahahahahahaha!

Read the first sentence at the top of this page!
Haha

haaaaaarrrrrrrrrrr
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Surprisingly, Nick Griffin - ****** only gets 250
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I love Boris, alas, I could never vote Conservative.
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George Bush ****** 8960, :confused:
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Ditto
But Boris still rules!
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Try the Bars*ard quotient, George Bush nets 137,000!!!!!
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George Bush ****** 8960, :confused:
i take it you're going back next year
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i take it you're going back next year
Aye, and your goodself?
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Try the Bars*ard quotient, George Bush nets 137,000!!!!!
It's because he's Texan

(JK!)
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Aye, and your goodself?
yep, glad to see the back of les examens. i lost my hospital ID badge for next year though, and today had to endure some snotty SHO telling me to be more careful in future.

another year towards wearing stethoscopes without white coats..
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Google's not entirely reliable. Although the top search result for miserable failure is brilliant.
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Maybe it was Boris calling people ******s, rather than the other way around? I would think Boris is the most loved person in the country, for he is absolutely wonderful in every way. Even if he is Conservative. Tis a reason to go live in Henley, almost.

Howard doesn't surprise me though, I would think there would be more if anything.
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Maybe it was Boris calling people ******s, rather than the other way around? I would think Boris is the most loved person in the country, for he is absolutely wonderful in every way. Even if he is Conservative. Tis a reason to go live in Henley, almost.

Howard doesn't surprise me though, I would think there would be more if anything.
Hmm. It is likely Boris has a high ****** quotient because he is better known than most other politicians. Therefore, there are likely to be more websites about him. The same with high-up party figures. There needs to be a scale, incorporating their base popularity, which to guage a ****** quotient fairly.

How about:

Regular googling result / ****** result = ****** quotient

e.g. Tony Blair

Regular googling result / ****** result = ****** quotient
2,880,000 / 2970 = 969.69

A ****** quotient of nearly 1000, we can see.

Let's try Mr Howard:

5,940,000 / 3,920 = 1515.3

Clearly, Michael Howard is the bigger ******.
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Ah, the prodigal son returns. Hello Mr White.
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Ah, the prodigal son returns. Hello Mr White.
Hello, you old-testament fiend, you. How's life on the dark side?
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Hmm. It is likely Boris has a high ****** quotient because he is better known than most other politicians. Therefore, there are likely to be more websites about him. The same with high-up party figures. There needs to be a scale, incorporating their base popularity, which to guage a ****** quotient fairly.

How about:

Regular googling result / ****** result = ****** quotient

e.g. Tony Blair

Regular googling result / ****** result = ****** quotient
2,880,000 / 2970 = 969.69

A ****** quotient of nearly 1000, we can see.

Let's try Mr Howard:

5,940,000 / 3,920 = 1515.3

Clearly, Michael Howard is the bigger ******.
Very good idea. Nobel prize for something I think is deserved for figuring that equation out
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