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    The sound of E.T. walking was made by someone squishing her hands in jelly.

    thats the price of hi-tech sound effects
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    Ugh.

    Let them insult us if it makes them feel better, srsly. Aint gonna stop us from winning this now that our :ninja: army has been mobolised!
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    (Original post by random-ray)
    IM BACK!!!! READY TO KICK GCSE ASS btw has anyone seen their thread? the insults they are giving us...........
    i went in there to neg rep somone but i din't read thru
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    Animals also are either right-handed or left-handed. Polar bears are left-handed - and so is Kermit the Frog.
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    If you could throw a snowball fast enough, it would totally vaporize when it hit a brick wall.
    That explains the events of winter 08!!!
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    a vet can legally treat a human but a doctor can't legally treat an animal.

    mmm facts
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    guys as random ray has said '' the comments on the 'other' thread are pretty bad on us, i have a wicked plan and it is is as follows. lets pick on one or two of their biggeest users and neg rep him/ her
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    Can we please stop with the random facts!! Are we not going to discuss results day hence the title of the thread lol!! :p:
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    (Original post by jerzydee)
    guys as random ray has said '' the comments on the 'other' thread are pretty bad on us, i have a wicked plan and it is is as follows. lets pick on one or two of their biggeest users and neg rep him/ her
    Hahaha, user it as a threat!:woo::woo:
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    For everyone who lost faith in Track freezing here is what I copied and pasted from the UCAS article on TSR...

    " What happens to UCAS Track before Results Day?

    Track will be frozen from 12 August 2009 until the morning of Results Day, 20 August 2009. This means that applicants will not be able to change any details on their application. Track records will also not be updated to show any changes. So, if you need to clarify any information or make any changes, you will need to contact UCAS direct.

    UCAS forwards results it receives from the exam boards for the following qualifications to the universities over the weekend before Results Day. "
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