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    (Original post by timeofyourlife)
    where did you come from?? i wasn't tailoring my posts to avoid "witty" comments from the likes of you either
    Always keep your guard up. I take it you've heard of "The All Seeing Eye" - well it took its inspiration from, errm, me.
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    (Original post by mad'n'tiny)
    iz u gna reply?
    try mobbdeeprob, would've thought he'd be less selective.
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    (Original post by timeofyourlife)
    try mobbdeeprob, would've thought he'd be less selective.
    Thankfully he doesn't attract low quality wenches in the first instance - and thus doesn't need to be quite so selective.
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    (Original post by mad'n'tiny)
    it dusnt xist sunshine
    Swing and a miss!
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    (Original post by mad'n'tiny)
    it dusnt xist sunshine
    I have to disagree with you.. it does exist, however it doesnt last.
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    (Original post by Infinity)
    I have to disagree with you.. it does exist, however it doesnt last.
    yea! definitely
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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    Thankfully he doesn't attract low quality wenches in the first instance - and thus doesn't need to be quite so selective.

    0 'attractions' = 0 'selectivity', after all.
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    (Original post by timeofyourlife)
    0 'attractions' = 0 'selectivity', after all.
    You're getting distracted from the main point now. :rolleyes:

    Tip of the Day:
    Just think of yourself as a horsey in the West Country, and put on some mental blinkers to keep you thinking along the right track - so many distractions...

    The point was (and still remains) that there will be no medics in the afterlife, if indeed there is one.

    Be sure to throw some hot coals up to me though, I'm a fan of barbeques.
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    (Original post by mad'n'tiny)
    well do you?
    yes, i hope to go there someday, it sounds very nice
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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    Tip of the Day:[/B] and put on some mental blinkers to keep you thinking along the right track - so many distractions...
    yes, manure being the main propagator. us west country folk can detect it a mile off.

    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    The point was (and still remains) that there will be no medics in the afterlife, if indeed there is one.
    that's because we're all busy trying to stop you people getting there in the first place.

    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    Be sure to throw some hot coals up to me though, I'm a fan of barbeques.
    you better get used to them. future entertaining at kids' parties often leads to the parents expecting you to cook them food, as well as juggling bits of rolled up newspaper.
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    (Original post by mad'n'tiny)
    I fink one day we will all die. innit?
    lol?
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    (Original post by mad'n'tiny)
    I fink one day we will all die. innit?
    Not me, I made a pact with satan.
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    (Original post by AndyT)
    Not me, I made a pact with satan.
    the 21st century DR. Faustus....
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    (Original post by timeofyourlife)
    you better get used to them. future entertaining at kids' parties often leads to the parents expecting you to cook them food, as well as juggling bits of rolled up newspaper.
    Hehe, ^this is quite a commendable effort for a simpleton^.

    When you realise that medicine is not for you, and inevitably enter the hunt for menial labour (that fellows like myself would frankly laugh at) - don't throw away the lab coat.

    There's a future for you as a (fourth rate) stripogram. Aren't you lucky?
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    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    Hehe, ^this is quite a commendable effort for a simpleton^.
    why thank you for the compliment. i may even add you to my xmas card list, although i don't know the exact postcode of your near-by gutter.

    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    When you realise that medicine is not for you, and inevitably enter the hunt for menial labour
    if i wanted to hunt for menial labour i'd be knocking on the doors of your future girlfriends..

    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    (that fellows like myself would frankly laugh at)
    keep laughing. happy hormones may make the dole queue appear to go down quicker.

    (Original post by mobbdeeprob)
    - don't throw away the lab coat.

    There's a future for you as a (fourth rate) stripogram. Aren't you lucky?
    your experience with fourth rate male stripograms is not too surprising, so i'll let that one go.
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    (Original post by mad'n'tiny)
    well do you?
    Think back to what it was like before you were born........ nothing, catch my drift?
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    (Original post by Dajo123)
    Think back to what it was like before you were born........ nothing, catch my drift?
    You haven't heard of the TV series Strange But True have you?
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    (Original post by mad'n'tiny)
    well do you?

    Sometimes :rolleyes:

    (Original post by Whats_The_411?)
    Sometimes :rolleyes:
    wot abaaat da uda times?
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    I don't believe in the afterlife.But I do believe in reincarnation.
 
 
 
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