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    (Original post by Matisse)
    I wish I could. :sadnod:



    Did LLOT aspire to become a dentist at one point? :tongue:
    Nope. I just have a fairly good general (random) knowledge. For example, did you know women are 37% more likely to see a psychiatrist than men, and that women blink twice as much? And that in January 2004 Hell, Michigan had officially "frozen over" according to locals.
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    (Original post by LastLordofTime)
    Nope. I just have a fairly good general (random) knowledge. For example, did you know women are 37% more likely to see a psychiatrist than men, and that women blink twice as much? And that in January 2004 Hell, Michigan had officially "frozen over" according to locals.
    Amusedly, I had read about the psychiatrist statistic, which didn't surprise me. We're emotional wrecks at the best of times. :tongue: - As for the remaining facts, nope. The blinking one is interesting. :yes: - I also have good general knowledge, but I've always regarded myself to be more of a specialist (since I tend to obsess over certain areas of interest). Many of my friends joked that I would excel at something like the television series, Mastermind. I'd probably choose 'anime' as my specialist area. :laugh:
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    (Original post by LastLordofTime)
    Nope. I just have a fairly good general (random) knowledge. For example, did you know women are 37% more likely to see a psychiatrist than men, and that women blink twice as much? And that in January 2004 Hell, Michigan had officially "frozen over" according to locals.
    enter more pub quizes:indiff:
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    :hello: everyone

    The weather is great today:woo:
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    (Original post by vin)
    enter more pub quizes:indiff:
    They never ask questions I know the answers to
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    (Original post by LastLordofTime)
    Wisdom Teeth are the furthest back. Teenagers and below generally don't have them (well, they're underneath the gums I think) but the grow and pop out eventually (although I think some people never get them?) which causes pain. Most people have to have them removed. Then in front of those you have Molars (Three on each side, top and bottom I think?). Then there's the bicuspids/premolars, canines and finally the incisors in the middle I think?
    ow those are your wisdom teeth I have them and yes they were a bit painful. I think it is one of my molars, i have had a few problems with this one before mainly because out of some rather strange reason it is still one of my first teeth :lolwut: . My first teeth started to come out rather late and this one seems to have clung on for dear life.
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    I have a fairly good general knowledge, which I attribute to the fact I used to read encylopedias and those Readers Digest compliation books for fun when I was a child :ahee:
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    Oh holy crap look at the time! I have to go back to work! :vroam:
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    I'm crap at general knowledge :woo: unless i make sure i remember something i will forget 5 minutes later. It's also the reason i am crap at remembering names.
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    (Original post by caraniel)
    I have a fairly good general knowledge, which I attribute to the fact I used to read encylopedias and those Readers Digest compliation books for fun when I was a child :ahee:
    lol i was the king in year 9 geography. Used to look up countries and their capitals when i was a kid Helped me ace exams lol.

    But then in GCSEs, Geography turned into weathering etc:facepalm:
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    (Original post by caraniel)
    I have a fairly good general knowledge, which I attribute to the fact I used to read encylopedias and those Readers Digest compliation books for fun when I was a child :ahee:
    you must have been a boring thing:console:
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    My general knowledge usually stems from my travels. That, and I'm something of a bookworm. :o:
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    Interesting facts coming out here. ;o
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    I've forgotten most of my general knowledge :awesome:
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    nerds all of you:sad:
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    lol i'm downloading Now and Then, Here and There
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    Afternoon :hi:

    Im feeling a bit better -__-
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    (Original post by caraniel)
    I have a fairly good general knowledge, which I attribute to the fact I used to read encylopedias and those Readers Digest compliation books for fun when I was a child :ahee:
    :ditto:

    What's sad is I did that instead of playing with other children most of the time. I just couldn't connect with them, and thought reading was alot more fun.
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    ^^

    I agree with Vin

    NERDS

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    I like reading quiet a bit i never read anything intellectual :sad: and most of my intelligence has been destroyed over the years by video games and me doing rather stupid things for a laugh.

    So i shall also agree with Vin :grin: ........for a change
 
 
 
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