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    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    Pretty much, I’ve seen some sizable posts on here and some pretty impressive threads (from bumps). What I was wondering and going to do when I wake up, was see how big of a post I can make. As in, the bloody thing takes up the WHOLE page lol and takes like 2 hours to read lol although I don’t think anyone would read that much dribble, I mean, its me….

    Back to the point, yeah, so is there a size limit? You can only have X amount of characters in said post?

    Might make this post a tester to see if my thesis was right or (most likely) wrong…..

    Someone once said to me, “everything has an end. Apart from sausages, they have two.” What relevance this has I know not, but it makes you think….of sausages.

    Also did shurgar really disappear? Or did he just retire down in felixstowe? Who knows….who cares.

    Woodlouse are called cheeselogs in some parts of England, bet you didn’t know that did you? Uh, did you.

    Do cows enjoy being milked? Are they like the most pervy creature everer? Daisy loves a good tug on her milk sack……

    It’s raining.

    I’m bored and awake-ish if you can tell, mind, I doubt you’ve read this far, I can say what I want cause I’m Kevin Bacon bitches!!!!!!

    #1255595
    Avatarknow_hope
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    dear rain, i can appreciate that ur necessary for life cycles and that and i shouldn’t begrudge, but ur over staying ur welcome now so can u pls fuck off some place else. much thanks

    #1255593
    Avatarlauteque
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    #1255594
    Avatarmanaman
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    If the sausages are connected would’nt only two of them have one end, and shergar didnt disappear, he went missing, and no i didnt know that about woodlice, ‘cheeselogs’, it makes sense, and no cows dont like being milked, if they feel hate they would hate us for it.

    #1255589
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @NN~Gazatryptamine 486357 wrote:

    Someone once said to me, “everything has an end. Apart from sausages, they have two.” What relevance this has I know not, but it makes you think….of sausages.[/quote]

    I saw that exact saying a few months ago on some Dutch website

    Aan alles komt een eind, behalve aan een worst, want die heeft er twee

    Also did shurgar really disappear? Or did he just retire down in felixstowe? Who knows….who cares.

    if he retired there, he would have ended up in the sausages anyway 😉

    #1255596
    AvatarMC G-Tek
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    Some very good points raised here, which got me to thinking about a few others:

    Why is the word big so small?

    Why is the word infinitessimal so big?

    If the plural of mouse is mice, why isn’t the plural of house hice?

    Why is it that moths never try to go toward the sun, but stick on a fkin 40 watt bulb & one of the twats appears like they’re reacting to some insect version of the Bat signal?

    The saying ‘he’s as tight as a duck’s ass’. Who the fk found that out?

    Is it just me, or is nostalgia just not what it used to be?

    When talking about maths, why do people say ‘times it by’ when they mean multiply?

    Also, why do the same people pronounce the letter h as ‘haitch’?

    Has anyone got a light?

    #1255591
    Avatarsinner69
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    #1255592
    AvatarGylfi Gudbjornsson
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    #1255590
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @MC G-Tek 488405 wrote:

    If the plural of mouse is mice, why isn’t the plural of house hice?

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    in EA some older folk say “mousen” and “housen” which is also from Dutch

    i.e deze huizen zitten vol met muizen (the houses are full of mouses^H^H^H mice )

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    Has anyone got a light?

    Singing Postman

    his record label was based in the town the Biotech crew are from (which is actually in Suffolk).

    #1255597
    AvatarMC G-Tek
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    Cool that you’re learning dutch mate, started trying to learn it myself last year, got all the various vowel sounds down quite well (which is what seems to stump mose people), then got sidetracked & haven’t got back to it yet unfortunately, must do so at some point.

    I remember the ‘hev yew got a loight boy?’ tune from the ovaltine advert man, I know people that still sing it now when asking for a light!

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