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(Original post by DanMushMan)
but if the chips are cooked in veg oil, then your going to get unsaturated fats, whereas edders will be full of dangerous saturated fats.
ah yes im sure youre right mr med student; my dangerous fat is best kept locked up under my skin!
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I dont know what all you people are somking, but can I have some?

btw Edders is a fatty.
welllllllllllllllllllll....
im 5'8" and 11 stone, which according to the 'body mass index calculators' AOL keeps bombarding me with is nice and healthy
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welllllllllllllllllllll....
im 5'8" and 11 stone, which according to the 'body mass index calculators' AOL keeps bombarding me with is nice and healthy
That sounds quite hefty for a little person.
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edders is so much less fattening....

lou xxx
If you get on the right side of him Lou he might just be able to help you burn off some calories.

*I'll go now*
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
That sounds quite hefty for a little person.
im not a little person though, thats just an accurate measurement of my height. ask people to estimate how tall i am and they say like 5'11"... men seem to have a thing for overestimating lengths lol
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If you get on the right side of him Lou he might just be able to help you burn off some calories.

*I'll go now*
LOL!!! What can i say...he's so edible... *decides to quit before typin all sorts of dodgy innuendos*

lou xxx
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If you get on the right side of him Lou he might just be able to help you burn off some calories.

*I'll go now*
*expression 'gets his coat'*
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im not a little person though, thats just an accurate measurement of my height. ask people to estimate how tall i am and they say like 5'11"... men seem to have a thing for overestimating lengths lol
Well the doctor says I'm 6'1 so to me, you're a little person
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Refine it, eders or chips from the chippy with cod or a nice big sausage (so to speak) on the first friday of the month.

I would say the latter.

Edders - between you and McDonald's chips, you win
'McDonald's chips' is surely a contradiction in terms? In fact surely 'McDonald's [insert item of food here]' is a contradiction in terms?
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Well the doctor says I'm 6'1 so to me, you're a little person
lol really? i always pictured you about shoulder-high to me, school blazer and cap on a la lord of the flies...
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'McDonald's chips' is surely a contradiction in terms? In fact surely 'McDonald's [insert item of food here]' is a contradiction in terms?
Ok, McDonalds' solidified salt things which small childen and obese Americans eat.
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lol really? i always pictured you about shoulder-high to me, school blazer and cap on a la lord of the rings...
Stop there little man

Anyone shoulder high to you wouldn't be admitted into the Wacky Warehouse.
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Ok, McDonalds' solidified salt things which small childen and obese Americans eat.
yes, mcdonalds oil and salt capsules.
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Stop there little man

Anyone shoulder high to you wouldn't be admitted into the Wacky Warehouse.
which is?
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which is?
You Southerners are deprived...

http://www.wackywarehouse.co.uk/flash_index.html
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You Southerners are deprived...

http://www.wackywarehouse.co.uk/flash_index.html
hmm great fun :rolleyes:
i went to a place like that with a friend (about 14) called creley park and they had big slides, water-doughnut-dingy-wotsits, and toboggans down a concrete run. it was pretty good actually, come to think of it.
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hmm great fun :rolleyes:
i went to a place like that with a friend (about 14) called creley park and they had big slides, water-doughnut-dingy-wotsits, and toboggans down a concrete run. it was pretty good actually, come to think of it.
Wacky Warehouses are for 4-10s only
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It's too complicated for me.
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Ah...*chuckles*, I'm far to easily amused; some of the contents of this thread made me laugh at an embarrassing volume.
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