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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_ View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pothas View Post
    Went swimming once in Australia and cut my foot on some bloody coral, no one told me not to stand up on it.
    Just noticed this. Sorry about that mate - cuts you to ribbons too tbh.
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    I'm pondering the reasons for Chad Kroeger's existence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_ View Post
    I'm pondering the reasons for Chad Kroeger's existence.
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    I'm wondering if I'm the only one who finds it very difficult to continue watching or reading something when I know that a person or character is going to get into an embarrassing situation soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent TBY View Post
    I'm wondering if I'm the only one who finds it very difficult to continue watching or reading something when I know that a person or character is going to get into an embarrassing situation soon.
    I'm the same. Its why I had trouble getting through the first season of the US Office.
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    Note to self - holding Video Ezy store card up to car park entry scanner does not work.

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    17 years in this game, and I still get a rush from it sometimes. Got to be happy with that.

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    Toast is really ****ing good.

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    Always is at this time of night I find.

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    French toast FTW, with that really thick bread. ****ing brilliant.

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    A good thing to as that and pasta and pesto is all I have to sustain me for the foreseeable future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pothas View Post
    A good thing to as that and pasta and pesto is all I have to sustain me for the foreseeable future.
    Pasta and Pesto is pretty good I find, as it gives the illusion to somebody who walks into your house that you are some sort of semi-competent chef. It tastes quite reasonable as well actually. Far better than plain pasta, which is just awful if you ask me.

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    Pesto is a rather wonderrfull thing it must be said, but it does get rather tiresome after a while, is greatly improved by grated chesse, but alas that is out of my price range.

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    Food is stupidly expensive generally I find.



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