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  1. kyle2020 Guest

    If i could spare that sort of money, id be more than happy to take the kit off your hands. However, as it stands, im a 16 year old earning £60 a week. I cant see it happening somehow :laugh:
     
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    If you still got it in a months time - i may take it off your hands. I spent £300 in 2.5 days on beer at oktoberfest so to say i am a bit skint is an understatement - and beerless. for shame.
     
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    Lol u no how to partay :toast:
     
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    a good time was had by all, singing and dancing drinking beer out of steins. good times.
     
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    Thanks but I will probably put it on Fleabay tonight on a 5 dayer, that is of course unless you wanna un-leash your plastic via paypal! :pimp:
     
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    got any good websites i can go on during college the lecturers are boring as hell

    ive got my internationale milano websites joystiq and techpowerup so you got any flash games or any cool websites?

    i usualy check the news too from bbc
     
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    British here! Join me up!
     
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    done mucker, come in and pop the kettle on ;)
     
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    well has been a good day, watched liverpool, win yet again keeping us top of the table :toast:

    also glad to see football's midweek games return, i hate waiting a week between matches. anyway what have you all been upto? any thing important to report ?
    ive not been on as much as i would have liked lately due to my son being in hospital for major heart surgery, but were all getting over that now and im glad, not because im back online but because my little boy is doing well.

    btw i am registered with a charity website i frequent that deals a lot with his kind of condition and for any of you that are interested its @ www.lhm.org.uk and is a charity setup to help sufferers and families of children born with rare heart conditions meaning they basically only have half a "normal" working heart. the charity stands for "little hearts matter" and has a lot of interesting reading if any of you are interested.

    they also run charity events up and down the country to raise awareness and funds to try and keep this wonderful charity going strong and helping families just like mine up and down the country and even farther afield to countries like spain, france italy etc as many people from these countries come to the uk to benefit from the specialist hospitals we have here that deal with such rare conditions such as birmingham childrens hospital and great ormond street, where we have some of the best paediatric surgeons in the world.

    well anyway thats my 2 cents as to whats happening in my great britain and hope i can help get this group up and running and buzzing once more as im kind of sad to see we havent much to report of the great UK as of late.

    feel free to talk about anything else you want not just what i have just posted, we have the credit crunch, the iraqi war and crime in the uk which are all still big news here in the UK, so if you have anything to comment on i welcome it (even kerry katona on gmtv lol :laugh: )
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    I saw that thing with kerry :confused: why was she "famous" in the first place

    Anyway crime in the UK .... Well when we were coming back from belgium someone nicked my pillow :mad: what's the worst thing thats happened to any of you like crime wise.
     
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    Just got an Antec 1200 and watched Lucky Number Slevin.
    Can't complain I suppose .... oh wait .... yes I can!!

    Wasps

    There is no point to wasps. They are just crap! They sting for no reason at all whatsoever. Bastards!

    Remember that Lemon Orbit chewing gum? Limited edition, was only out for a short time. I had the last bit in a packet and you couldn’t buy it ANYWHERE anymore.

    So I basically had the last bit that we could get our hands on.

    We were on holiday, I was about 10 or something, really young anyway.

    I had just put this last bit of lemon chewing gum in my mouth and started to chew it. Then, all of a sudden, this bastard wasp landed on my thumb and stung me! The little f**king bastard! No reason at all!

    Anyway, I shouted and the chewing gum came out of my mouth and on to the floor.

    It was gone forever. There was no more. None. Nothing. That was the end of it.

    All wasps should be killed, really horribly. They don’t do anything other than piss people off, and they are good for NOTHING. You’ll hear idiots saying that they are part of the food chain and that birds need to eat them to live etc etc blah blah.

    Bullshit! Birds have tonnes of other insects to eat, and ones that won’t f***ing sting them! I think they’d rather eat something that won’t sting them actually!
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    I agree bee's are awesome, wasps are like little fucking hitlers.
     
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    Surely wasps count as a crime?
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    What's their purpose in nature anyway ? and in Germany the hornets there are protected by the law which sucks :(
     
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    That's insane!! They're terrible too!! The world's gone nuts
     
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    Alas, I'd love to stay and discuss the finer points of moaning about things, but I've got to be up early tomorrow - which I will moan about in the morning, don't worry.
     
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    woohoo its friday night and im ....... well, im erm sat at home, but on a lighter note, i am having many cans of cider which make me feel not as bad about that.

    and besides its the weekend now, its official, im allowed to get pissed, lie in, walk around in my undies all day tomorrow and then watch the football :toast: and do it all over again on saturday night. (as you can tell i dont get out much and small things amuse me greatly :laugh:)

    no but seriousley im glad the weekend is here, its does seem to make sense of everything, although im already gonna be panic attacking on sunday evening cause i know the weeks got to start all over again, and i have to go and work for someone i neither care for nor share their passion for that crap called a job i have. haha

    oh well such is life, heres to weekends and getting so drunk you forgot your life was totally pants :roll::roll::roll:
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    Do u know what I find really great ... when you come out a shower but don't change out of a towel and go sit on tpu then tell others how great it is :D
     
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    For haloween I'm wearing a derby cap and donning a mustache! I'm currently drinking a very good cup of Earl Grey.:D
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    I didn't know you were british :eek:
     
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    know what makes me laugh ? when a man gets out of the shower or bath, he dries himself like a madman, we go nuts with towels and rub ourselves (in a non sexual way of course :twitch: )like madmen, where as a women, has to be all like
    its true, you watch a woman get out of a bath and she'll wear that towel for hours until she is ready where as a man is like, shit im wet i need to get dry NOW!!!! lol
     
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    i think he's lying i mean who drinks earl grey ? give me a nice cup of english breakfast tea any day of the week o and a bacon sarnie :pimp:
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    :laugh: Another thing is when a guy goes to town to buy something. He goes thier knowing what he wants and where to get it whereas women go and take ages looking around in the everyshop .... not being sexist its a fact :p

    erocker you scallywag
     
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    Yes, I'm a half Brit. My family moved to America from Liverpool when I was an infant. C'mon Earl Grey is delicious! I like English Breakfast too, but I'm a sucker for burgemont.
     
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    whats the thing with a women having to touch clothes there looking at, they kinda just see somthing they like and then rub the fabric in between there finger and thumb and they know instantly weather there going to buy it, i dont do that shit, i go shopping i see somthing i buy it, end of story, very rarely ill try somthing, but fabric rubbing ? thats just wrong!! :shadedshu

    so your really a yank ? :laugh:
     
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    Yeah that's like me going into a pc world and feeling up the headphones then deciding which one has the best sound quality :laugh:
     
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    DrPepper is scottish i didnt know that? or is that you just live there?

    its a shit hole, up north its barren in the central its all poverty and like eastern europe
     

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