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    (Original post by SuperStaah)
    Pics or gtfo. :p:


    Thats what it said on this website. :dontknow:
    Haha, sorry Camera's broken. :ninja:
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    I'm a bit late updating my sig! :o:
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    The Bible is not only the most bestselling book, but the most shoplifted.
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    (Original post by Waheyyyy)
    Erm GDP stands for Gross Domestic Product i.e. of a country / nation Where are you getting these facts from?
    Hahaha, I don't know then lol :woo::woo::woo:

    I've got a hardback book of facts. Two books in fact one from 1998 and one from 2006! :woo::woo::woo:

    I'm sure them brands were big back in 98!
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    (Original post by Gamer99)
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    So close, yet so far.
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    (Original post by _Alex_S_)
    hey guys first ever post!!! just to bring the GCSErs down!!! how are they still the most popular after all your hard work?!?!?
    Why all the random facts? although they are quite cool...
    Welcome
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    (Original post by dumbdunc)
    Its one of those laws that its too expensive to remove from the statute.

    Like the fact that we are still technically required to buy fish every friday and an item of wool every week in the Uk.
    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, one of themz!

    I get it now!:woo::woo::woo:
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    Hahahaah trueeeeeeee, I've paniced and paniced. Implosion flooding (Anyone do psycholoy) i've beeeeeeeen so panicey its all goooooooone..

    Don't know how long for though!!!

    nine days nooooooooooooooooo :woo::woo::woo:
    I do Psychology AQA A specification.
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    (Original post by DaneCook)
    Haha, sorry Camera's broken. :ninja:
    Typical.
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    (Original post by _Alex_S_)
    hey guys first ever post!!! just to bring the GCSErs down!!! how are they still the most popular after all your hard work?!?!?
    Why all the random facts? although they are quite cool...
    welcome to the thread
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    40 to 50 percent of body heat can be lost through the head (no hat) as a result of its extensive circulatory network.

    Hmmmm, defo wearing a hat in winter!!
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    Woah, our thread has had around 90,000 more views than the GCSE thread.
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