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    unregistered_guest reacted to MrPin in Chelsea racists   
    The difference is the shape of the balls. With Rugby. all the fighting is on the pitch. I'm afraid soccer is 22 poofs with permed hair, moaning about a scratch on their knee.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
    So, I went into Gregg's and said, "How much are your wasps, then?"
    The young man looked at me funnily and then said, "Sorry, sir. We don't sell wasps."
    "Well, you've got one in your window!"
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from The Masked Tulip in The make us laugh or fuck off thread   
    So, I went into Gregg's and said, "How much are your wasps, then?"
    The young man looked at me funnily and then said, "Sorry, sir. We don't sell wasps."
    "Well, you've got one in your window!"
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    unregistered_guest reacted to eight in Children's Characters You Can't Stand   
    Hartley Hare off Pipkins always looked terminally ill to me. Not to mention likely being the inspiration behind Donnie Darko.
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Kilham in The ‘StarCircle’   
    I was just going to say, that looks more like a crown of thorns than a circle of barbed wire.
    The imagery of the circle of twelve stars is lifted straight from the Cult of Mary - based on one interpretation of Revelation 12:1; but historically much more likely to be rooted in worship of Artemis/Isis (call her what you will - Queen of Heaven, perhaps?) [Yes, I know, Council of Ephesus - AD 431 and all that]
    So, you have people cynically usurping the symbolism of one lunar deity bringing in people who exploit the symbol of another lunar deity.
    You could say it's lunacy...
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Hopeful in Brexit Betrayal thread   
    Let's face it. This is far more likely to be his motivation for aligning himself with a rabble of violent thugs. This sort of public humiliation, at the height of his influence and power will eat away at the soul of any poundshop Goebbels, let alone one who seems to have plagiarised Rik Mayall's "People's Poet".
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Kilham in The ‘StarCircle’   
    I was just going to say, that looks more like a crown of thorns than a circle of barbed wire.
    The imagery of the circle of twelve stars is lifted straight from the Cult of Mary - based on one interpretation of Revelation 12:1; but historically much more likely to be rooted in worship of Artemis/Isis (call her what you will - Queen of Heaven, perhaps?) [Yes, I know, Council of Ephesus - AD 431 and all that]
    So, you have people cynically usurping the symbolism of one lunar deity bringing in people who exploit the symbol of another lunar deity.
    You could say it's lunacy...
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    unregistered_guest reacted to mooncat69 in Children's Characters You Can't Stand   
    Could be
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from One percent in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Lucky for Sadiq that his predecessor had the foresight to buy some water cannons in case tomorrow's demo in London turns nasty.
    Why is everyone laughing?
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from One percent in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Lucky for Sadiq that his predecessor had the foresight to buy some water cannons in case tomorrow's demo in London turns nasty.
    Why is everyone laughing?
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from One percent in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Lucky for Sadiq that his predecessor had the foresight to buy some water cannons in case tomorrow's demo in London turns nasty.
    Why is everyone laughing?
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from One percent in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Lucky for Sadiq that his predecessor had the foresight to buy some water cannons in case tomorrow's demo in London turns nasty.
    Why is everyone laughing?
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    unregistered_guest reacted to sukuinage in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    I made one once but I think I got away with it
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfl6Lu3xQW0
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    unregistered_guest reacted to swiss_democracy_for_all in Children's Characters You Can't Stand   
    "We will fake it, we will ma-ake it, we will fuck it up, 1-2-3."
    Genius. My favourite too. I drove my mum nuts saying how the biscuit maker couldn't work. "Yes dear, it's just a story". "But Mum!" 
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Kilham in Question Time   
    I thought she had given up comedy for politics; or was it the other way round?
    It's so hard to tell the difference these days.
    Cue Rebo and Zooty from Babylon 5:
     
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    unregistered_guest reacted to SNACR in Children's Characters You Can't Stand   
    Is this a parody?
    Else how very dare you malign my personal favourite St Bagpuss.
    The Mice's chocolate biscuit factory alone is genius and has inspired the Government's UK economic productivity reporting ever since.
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    unregistered_guest reacted to the gardener in Bye bye Treason May?   
    Yep. The joke is that CE stands for "Chinese Equipment".
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Frank Hovis in Wheels coming off HE bubble   
    I blame that Dr Foster.
    He was evidently up to no good!
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from One percent in 5th Dec 18 - This weeks thread crosser   
    So, it doesn't have anything to do with landing illegal herring then?
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from stuckmojo in The stupidity of sadiq (my dad was a bus driver) Khan   
    There are 73 London constituencies represented in Parliament - 49 are currently Labour seats.
    Of the 13 MPs who voted for a second referendum, only 3 represent London constituencies:
    Brake Cable Davey All 3 are LibDem.
    So, Beach-Body-Ready Sadie's overwhelming support for a second referendum comes from which party in London?
    He really knows how to align himself with winners.
     
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from JFK in Budapest   
    200 Forint is less than 60p in real money though. What were you expecting for that?
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from Carl Fimble in Twat of the day.   
    You have to admit, the timing is so excruciatingly bad - just a couple of weeks before the Centenary of the end of the Great War - you really have to wonder what she was smoking at the time...
    In my tin-foil-hat mode; and in her defence, I'm going to suggest that a non-left wing person suggested it to her one drunken evening thinking it would be the most ridiculous example of SJW insanity they could come up with; and she stupidly thought, "Why not? What harm could it do?"
    It is the most egregious example of cultural illiteracy I've come across since Oxford Council banned a Passion Play in 2014, assuming it was a live sex show.
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    unregistered_guest reacted to montecristo in Macron - how long before wheels fall off   
    Golden rule.  Always keep work and personal surfing separate on different laptops.  
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    unregistered_guest got a reaction from JFK in Budapest   
    200 Forint is less than 60p in real money though. What were you expecting for that?