I'd heard twenty-oh-nine and the like.
I'm always suspicious of shops that sell bait.
RIP Craigos. A true CW legend. You will be missed.
You weren't saying "one thousand nine hundred and ninety nine" so why say "two thousand and thirteen".
Look, I know it comes easily to you, but don't be a **** and side with them Jono.
Obvious reply was "I was saying one thousand nine hundred and ninety nine" I would have thought
Nothing obvious about me tbh. Other than the fact I'm a ****.
Getting knocked back from a part time job because you don't have a car
If I turn up on time and do my job properly, why do you GAF how I get to and from your esteemed carbon-hostile business? Not like I'm delivering pizzas or being a courier.
FTR, I needed the job to help pay for driving lessons.
"The Australian cricket captain is the Prime Minister Australia wishes it had. Steve Waugh is that man, Michael Clarke is not." - Jarrod Kimber
RIP Fardin Qayyumi and Craig Walsh - true icons of CricketWeb.
Long double barrelled last names grind my gears. Some of you will have double barrelled last names and may think they are great so this is just my view only. My nephew apparently wants his mothers surname name now added to his surname - and his Dad's surname is already long. Signing his name is going to be a real chore - I told his Dad to put his foot down on the grounds that his son's email address alone will be a real effort for people to type out. I blame my sister for this influence. I am all for equal rights between men and women but I just think it is impractical and awkward to name the baby's last name after both parents.
This is my view. I welcome the perspective of someone who has lived with a long db last name.
At least you don't have to deal with **** like Warnakulasuriya Patabendige Ushantha Joseph Chaminda Vaas
Alright, so you like the taste of my cat. Jog the **** on or risk a combing.
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