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Is an independant Scotland going to be bad for the remainder of the Un-United Kingdom?

Poll closed Saturday at 6:55 PM.
  1. Yes without a doubt it would have serious social/economic repercussions

    37.5%
  2. Yes but only a marginal effect

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. No not at all but would prefer we remain intact anyway

    25.0%
  4. No not at all, they can do whatever they want, we will be better off without them

    0 vote(s)
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  5. Does anyone outside of Scotland really care anyway?

    37.5%
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    So what is everyone up to
     
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    I was suicide bombing on a modded ARMA II server until my friend and partner in crime started getting pissed off and verbally abusive.

    So,

    I quit the game,
    I quit teamspeak,
    I quit steam

    and i went for a cuppa.
     
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    Just finished applying lotion to my shitty skin. If I dont lotion it up, its going to crack and I am going to scratch all night. :mad:
     
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    just get one of your flatmates cats to lick it
     
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    Shout some bitch up off the street to lick it.
     
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    If you were that desperate to resort to eating the cats and dogs for breakfast. I will call the RSPCA :laugh::laugh:
     
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    No sir, I live on a healthy diet. Dinner was Mapo Tofu, it almost burnt a hole through my tongue :D Lamb shoulder and potatoes the day before, Pork chops the day before that. My lunches are simple affair though, usually bread, pasta or noodles of some form or another.
     
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    Ive gotten used to 1 meal a day....

    Eat a medium to big sized meal at around 3-4pm then nothing else until around the same time the next day.

    Bad habit really
     
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    I must breakfast, if I don't I will die. And then 3-4 hours later its lunch, if I don't lunch I lose my focus, and then dinner again 3-4 hours after that. I usually go to sleep just before I get hungry again, and cycle repeats.
     
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    I don't eat breakfast, I never feel like eating in the mornings
     
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    bleh, got used to not having breakfast.

    I usually do lunch when im out with friends though. but that lunch becomes my only meal until the next day, but it depends what we eat really. maybe later in the day i might just have a slice of toast or sandvich
     
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    do you eat anything else during the day or is it just one meal
     
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    Nope. nothing during the day. Just one meal then nothing. All i do is drink tea and chew gum lmao
     
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    It had better be Pgtips my good fellow.
     
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    nope - yorkshire tea, Extra Strong
     
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    Traitor :p

    You tried the new extra strong PG?
     
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    I tried a sample that came through the post, I admit the tea generally has a bit more 'aromatic' then other tea's ive drank but the yorkshire one is still my prefered brand
     
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    Tbh Yorkshire tea is a bit too weak for me, tried it, I still prefer PG.
     
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    even the hardwater version??? they do 2 types of tea - the green label one and a red one.
     
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    Cant say as I have tried both, not even sure which one I did try.
     
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    I recommend giving the red label ones ago if you havent already - I think you can email them and they will send you out a free sample or something
     
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    Both yorkshire teas are superior to the other brands.
    I'm off to durham for a week of paid for dossing :D
     
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