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    What's a question you've always wanted to ask another forum member?

    .......... self-explanatory innit. Please take this very seriously.

    Boy Brumby: Is there even one Queen song you like/will tolerate?

    GIMP: Why Flintoff? Is it because his roguishly good looks remind you of the dashing man staring back at you from the mirror or is it really his cricketing ability? Because, y'know, he's sorta under-performed at Test level.....

    Joni: Your campaign seems to have the momentum of a runaway freight-train, why do you believe you're so popular?

    OverratedSanity: Who is your favourite poster and why is it Virya?

    Samuel_Vimes: Cricket and you; how on Earth did that happen?!

    Fredfertang: Why did my autocorrect change your username to Fresher Tang when I typed it in just now?

    Howe_Zat: HOW COULD ANYONE HATE BOOF LEHMANN I'LL FIGHT YOU ****.

    Jack: When do you graduate?
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    I'm just pleased to be included

    Howe_Zat: HOW COULD ANYONE HATE BOOF LEHMANN I'LL FIGHT YOU ****.
    mostly bull**** like this and how the wave of support for him usually had this 'kick out the foreigners, strayaaaa' kind of vibe
    I only watch Shakespeare for the knob jokes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
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    GIMP: Why Flintoff? Is it because his roguishly good looks remind you of the dashing man staring back at you from the mirror or is it really his cricketing ability? Because, y'know, he's sorta under-performed at Test level.....
    I mean it's partly the clear similarities in appearance. What else? Everything really. He's a geezer you'd like to think you could have a pint with and I always appreciate a sportsman who you feel would run through a brick wall for the team. And, y'know, he brought the Ashes home

    Or. Read my CW article from his retirement for more details

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    I don't know why a lot of people prefer to think he underperformed for the majority of his career as oppose to overperformed for a short time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
    Samuel_Vimes: Cricket and you; how on Earth did that happen?!
    I'm one of nature's contrarians. If I'd been born in Australia I'd probably have hated cricket and AFL and loved American sports, or something.

    sledger: what pleasure do you get out of trolling half the forum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    sledger: what pleasure do you get out of trolling half the forum?
    I was wondering this the other day actually, and I honestly don't know. I guess when you do something for so long, you lose sight of what it was that made you want to do it in the first place.

    Vimes: How come you know about wrestling? And what is the extent of your knowledge?
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    Top_Cat: What exactly do you do for a living?

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    Smudge - why did he abandoned V-man?
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    Vimes - your take on Tromso and its inhabitants?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post

    OverratedSanity: Who is your favourite poster and why is it Virya?
    Unfortunately, viriya is only my third favourite poster behind myself and Jono (because he hates HHH maybe even more than I do)

    Shri: Who is your favourite poster and why is it honestbharani?

    Pratters: Are you Ambati Rayudu?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Vimes: How come you know about wrestling? And what is the extent of your knowledge?
    Osmosis. I have a habit of remembering too much and wanting to look up things I don't know (this also partially explains T_C's question).
    I know a few names like John Cena and the Undertaker. But yeah I'd rather know the Fourth Division table.
    Nevertheless heel is a very useful concept, even for sports that pretend they don't fix the results.

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    Vimes - your take on Tromso and its inhabitants?
    As a noted Bodų/Glimt fan, to me Tromsų is the upstart city who pretends they are something because they've got a university and a 'cathedral' (or: the Germans didn't find it worth bombing in WWII so they have some buildings older than 75 years).
    Gorgeous town though, just a shame about the people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    Top_Cat: What exactly do you do for a living?
    PhD student in computational chemistry at present. Have what some would call an odd career trajectory, though.

    Daemon: if you're really a fire fighter, how come I've never seen your chest? Hung with a lot of firies in my time, basically lived by "Sun's out, guns out."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Cat View Post
    Boy Brumby: Is there even one Queen song you like/will tolerate?
    Yes. The Queen is Dead by yer actual Smiths.

    More seriously, These Are The Days of our Lives is actually rather poignant.
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    @ripper. I'm offended you had to ask. Name your terms.

    Brumby - what would you do if Richard knocked on your door out of the blue and asked if he could come in for a brew and a clear the air chat?

    Sledger - how does it feel to be the second best poster in the wrestling thread?

    Vimes - if you could visit any English football match through the season, what would it be and why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    Brumby - what would you do if Richard knocked on your door out of the blue and asked if he could come in for a brew and a clear the air chat?
    I'd do what I always do when Christian types knock on my door: point to my nose and claim to be Jewish and not interested.

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