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Just finished my 30th marathon this month.

I still can´t bring myself to call them "Snickers."

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I hope it can cock a leg

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I'm sure its bark is worse than its byte.

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KV-9 ?

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K9P?

 

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The man who invented hard boiled eggs wrapped in sausage meat has died. R.I.P. Scott Chegg.

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What the Snowflake generation would be asking if this were WW2:

  • Can I have more clarity on "the Country needs you" slogan? It's too ambiguous.
  • Why aren't you doing enough to prevent these air raids?
  • Does the siren apply to everyone?
  • There are only male and female toilets in the Air raid shelters - I don't identify as either - where do I go?
  • This respirator strap is leather, but I'm a Vegan.
  • Why can't I have almond milk on my ration card?
  • I find the term "black out" racially offensive.
  • I find the lack of colour options in my uniform oppressive.
  • How do I apply for compensation for my loss of free time?
  • I find the press treatment of the German viewpoint offensive.

 

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1 hour ago, Paddy said:

What the Snowflake generation would be asking if this were WW2:

  • Can I have more clarity on "the Country needs you" slogan? It's too ambiguous.
  • Why aren't you doing enough to prevent these air raids?
  • Does the siren apply to everyone?
  • There are only male and female toilets in the Air raid shelters - I don't identify as either - where do I go?
  • This respirator strap is leather, but I'm a Vegan.
  • Why can't I have almond milk on my ration card?
  • I find the term "black out" racially offensive.
  • I find the lack of colour options in my uniform oppressive.
  • How do I apply for compensation for my loss of free time?
  • I find the press treatment of the German viewpoint offensive.

 

I might find this more funny if I wasn't myself a snowflake (surely one of nature's more beautiful things? and each one unique..) and proud of it.

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It's not too bad being in isolation. For example, in one pack of rice I've got 8989 grains of rice but in my other pack there's only 8984.

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3 hours ago, Danelaw said:

It's not too bad being in isolation. For example, in one pack of rice I've got 8989 grains of rice but in my other pack there's only 8984.

You're the one hoarding the rice then? <_<

I had to make do with herbs.

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On 5/17/2020 at 3:10 PM, Peckris 2 said:

I might find this more funny if I wasn't myself a snowflake (surely one of nature's more beautiful things? and each one unique..) and proud of it.

Do you have six axes of symmetry as well?

('Six axes of Symmetry' is the next album from Megadeath. )

( Probably)

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I'm starting to get really bored now..

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Just been sent this one - series of wacky adverts for "Japp" bar ( a bit like Mars?). Very funny!

 

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I was crossing the road when I saw my worst enemy get run over. I thought "Blimey! That could have been me."

Then remembered I can't drive.

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heard one on Better Call Saul the other day:

What have sperm and a lawyer got in common?

One in three million has a chance of becoming a human being.

 

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Important Government Notice:

When using old brassieres to make your own face masks, it is vital that you use only the left hand cup.

 

 

 

 

 

Otherwise you will look a right tit!

 

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Thank heavens for this topic on the Forum, as the world goes down the drain around me.

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18 minutes ago, secret santa said:

Thank heavens for this topic on the Forum, as the world goes down the drain around me.

Keep it together Secret, there's always a light and usually not a train coming the other way.

It's nothing new......

 

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There’s one of these coming up for sale in an auction i follow soon. There were some amazing toys around for kids back in the day, before HS & E kicked in. Good times😂

 

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30 minutes ago, Diaconis said:

There’s one of these coming up for sale in an auction i follow soon. There were some amazing toys around for kids back in the day, before HS & E kicked in. Good times😂

 

I concur. The ability to play with really fun things fostered a want to learn attitude. When I was a kid it seems like you were able to experiment with everything, from mini civil engineering projects, to making things explode, to exploring the country far and wide on your own as a very young teenager. Something today's paranoia and regulated environment has destroyed. Accidents could happen, accidents did happen, but then, they always will. Consider it a small niche of the greater experiment that is Darwinism.

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