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>> No. 373458 Anonymous
29th March 2014
Saturday 3:00 pm
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random

http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Special:Random

http://www.flickr.com/explore/interesting/7days/
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>> No. 377233 Anonymous
14th June 2014
Saturday 8:40 pm
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>>377230

>a certain idea of France

That cracked me up.
>> No. 377234 Anonymous
14th June 2014
Saturday 8:56 pm
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Quote is from Henry VI Part 3:

>I am your butt, and I abide your shot.
(Richard Plantagenet, scene i)
>> No. 377235 Anonymous
14th June 2014
Saturday 10:59 pm
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>> No. 377236 Anonymous
15th June 2014
Sunday 12:29 am
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>> No. 377255 Anonymous
15th June 2014
Sunday 2:48 pm
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>> No. 376652 Anonymous
27th May 2014
Tuesday 7:07 pm
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Is being a woman a bit like being coerced, by society, into being disabled?

I know what you're thinking, "Anon, that's mental and weird and really mental", but they have to carry those bags and put that stuff on their face and wear those weird shoes and the whole thing is cacophony of wicked enfeeblement.

Please take this seriously, as the phrase "wicked enfeeblement" is one I'm most proud of.
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>> No. 376993 Anonymous
5th June 2014
Thursday 11:15 pm
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Well this thread just seems to be going round and round now.
>> No. 376994 Anonymous
5th June 2014
Thursday 11:22 pm
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>>376993
Stop winding them up.
>> No. 376995 Anonymous
5th June 2014
Thursday 11:22 pm
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>>376993
It is becoming a rather tedious cross section of a spheroid.
>> No. 376996 Anonymous
5th June 2014
Thursday 11:52 pm
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http://www.youtube.com/v/YG9FUrRXYxY
>> No. 377252 Anonymous
15th June 2014
Sunday 11:34 am
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>>376671

>Jelaba (Djellaba??)

That is a new level of cloakladdery.

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>> No. 376860 Anonymous
2nd June 2014
Monday 12:52 pm
376860 J.A.West 2008 interview
This is John Anthony West, an archaeologist and all round nice sounding guy. I found this video while searching for information on the Pyramid Giza, what may or may not lie beneath it and who may or may not be trying to cover it up.

I'm keen to hear others opinions of this interview. I imagine some of you will be turned off by the length of the video but it is very interesting and well worth the effort listening.

http://www.youtube.com/v/smFCj-okLBE
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>> No. 377030 Anonymous
8th June 2014
Sunday 5:25 pm
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>>377029
Huh, never seen that world filter before.
>> No. 377076 Anonymous
10th June 2014
Tuesday 4:55 pm
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This sort of makes me want to have a huge beard and travel to developing countries as a latter day colonialist.
>> No. 377077 Anonymous
10th June 2014
Tuesday 5:02 pm
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>>377076
I'm glad I've had the chance to do archaeology abroad, it's great fun and you learn a lot about other cultures.
>> No. 377078 Anonymous
10th June 2014
Tuesday 5:07 pm
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>>377077

Where and what?

I regret not taking a taster module on Chinese Imperial Buddhist history as most of the people who did it ended up getting amazing internships and contacts just by listening to some volunteers from the Chinese Embassy giving their uneducated opinions once a week.
>> No. 377112 Anonymous
11th June 2014
Wednesday 6:34 am
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>>377078

Move to Hong Kong.

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>> No. 375235 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 6:21 pm
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I envy northerners.

See the houses in the pic? I bet they're only split into 2 flats each, and they each have parking.
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>> No. 376989 Anonymous
5th June 2014
Thursday 7:05 pm
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>>376988
How did they get survey results for creatures that can only respond with 'baa'?
>> No. 376990 Anonymous
5th June 2014
Thursday 8:22 pm
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>>376987
The market is slow but diverse. Comparing like-for-like sales is difficult when a family lives in a house for 50 years before selling it to another family who will live in it for 50 years. So you get things like in these two pictures where Swansea is apparently falling one month and rising the next and vice versa in Pembrokeshire, or prices falling in Merthyr while they're rising in RCT. Rents are generally rising - the properties I'm looking at in and around Cardiff are about £50 a month more expensive than they were a year ago, and that's likely to rise even more with the prospect of improved rail links.
>> No. 377027 Anonymous
8th June 2014
Sunday 4:44 pm
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I've recently met a northerner who I'll be spending a considerable amount of time with over the next few months. After every sentence he makes this jolly chuckle and its becoming rather annoying.
>> No. 377036 Anonymous
8th June 2014
Sunday 11:20 pm
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>>377027
We don't all do that.
>> No. 377037 Anonymous
8th June 2014
Sunday 11:23 pm
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>>377027
It will also be infectious.

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>> No. 375781 Anonymous
10th May 2014
Saturday 10:28 pm
375781 (Ex-)council flats.
Were these actually considered good design when they were built?

They look awful, have crap single-glazing and problems with damp and mould. And there's always a fucking England flag. We've plenty to be proud of as a nation, but not this.
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>> No. 376912 Anonymous
3rd June 2014
Tuesday 8:01 pm
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Sorry to hijack the thread, but outside the civilized parts of Europe the council flats are an orgy of ugliness. Those UK council flats are a paradise in comparison. In pic, Scampia.
>> No. 376913 Anonymous
3rd June 2014
Tuesday 8:03 pm
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>>376912
In pic, the Zen council flats in Palermo
>> No. 376914 Anonymous
3rd June 2014
Tuesday 8:09 pm
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>>376912
http://www.youtube.com/v/_ruS4Olw93w


Rione Cappuccinelli, in Trapani. Ignore the Italian commentary and focus on the council housing. It looks like the ruins from Fallout Tactics!
>> No. 376915 Anonymous
3rd June 2014
Tuesday 8:39 pm
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>>376912
>>376913
>>376914
But that's Italy, which, as we all know, is a corrupt third-world shithole.
>> No. 376916 Anonymous
3rd June 2014
Tuesday 8:43 pm
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Why do you insist on measuring yourself against the lowest of the low? We are slightly better than them so we should not strive to be better? Fuck off, lad.

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>> No. 375392 Anonymous
4th May 2014
Sunday 10:06 pm
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Evening thread.

I'm having a cigarette and drinking some Lindisfarne mead, I've had better. Going to bed soon, going to watch house of cards first.
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>> No. 376735 Anonymous
30th May 2014
Friday 11:26 am
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>>376730

Are you participating in the the Tour de France?
>> No. 376752 Anonymous
30th May 2014
Friday 6:33 pm
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>>376735

Yes. Not in the peloton but we're providing certain services for certain organisations.

I know what you were getting at and all I'll say is when you fall off your bike and cut your leg open, re-applying that sticky bandage/gauze stuff to the wound every day on a hairy leg hurts more than the actual injury
>> No. 376756 Anonymous
30th May 2014
Friday 8:04 pm
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I got a bit carried away with the electric thing and shaved everything below my neck.
>> No. 376757 Anonymous
30th May 2014
Friday 8:09 pm
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>>376756

Oh dear God. Get yourself a boatload of cheap cider and tinned foods to last a month, cancel all your social engagements and book as much holiday time as you have left off work. This is going to be an ordeal.
>> No. 376758 Anonymous
30th May 2014
Friday 8:16 pm
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>>376757>>376756
I do love .gs

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>> No. 376530 Anonymous
21st May 2014
Wednesday 10:33 pm
376530 boring family
I have to spend my Saturday with my Dad's family. They're a bunch of boring, Drunken Racists loving cunts who I have no time for. Before you ask, I have to go as not doing so would make more problems than I am prepared to deal with. Anyway, how do you pass the time while surrounded by pricks who only talk about X Factor, Romanians, their boring middle-aged lives and whatever shit The Sun readers like?

Note: there might be alcohol. Not enough to make hearing about what a lovely man Farage is bearable though...
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>> No. 376627 Anonymous
25th May 2014
Sunday 9:41 pm
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>>376624

SMASH THE CISTERN
>> No. 376628 Anonymous
25th May 2014
Sunday 9:45 pm
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>>376627
Well played.
>> No. 376630 Anonymous
25th May 2014
Sunday 9:54 pm
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>>376627
>> No. 376633 Anonymous
26th May 2014
Monday 11:44 am
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>>376612
That seems like a pretty inappropriate moment for them to bring up politics
>> No. 376636 Anonymous
26th May 2014
Monday 3:43 pm
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>>376624
I know m8, fuck the system amirite?

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>> No. 376564 Anonymous
23rd May 2014
Friday 1:32 pm
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Anyone know if this contains bleach?
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>> No. 376576 Anonymous
23rd May 2014
Friday 4:50 pm
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>>376574
I don't want to kill the good bacteria. I thought using Yakult might work, but it didn't turn out so well when I tried mixing it 1:1 with Comfort.
>> No. 376583 Anonymous
23rd May 2014
Friday 7:31 pm
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>> No. 376584 Anonymous
23rd May 2014
Friday 7:40 pm
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>>376583
Why would you post a picture of a random woman?
>> No. 376585 Anonymous
23rd May 2014
Friday 7:53 pm
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>>376584

I know her, she speaks with an IRA voice.
>> No. 376586 Anonymous
23rd May 2014
Friday 7:58 pm
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>>376583

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmug0PWfEvg

(A good day to you Sir!)

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>> No. 376491 Anonymous
20th May 2014
Tuesday 8:43 pm
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How do I have a holiday?

I've never felt the urge to go travelling, but the monotony of daily working life has made me feel like it's probably a good idea to go somewhere and not do my normal thing for a while, if only to delay the inevitable nervous breakdown.

I don't care about going to another country, but how does one go about a solo holiday if they've never done one and are a general mark corrigan type in their mid 20s?
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>> No. 376506 Anonymous
20th May 2014
Tuesday 11:51 pm
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Club Tropicana. Drinks are free, fun and sunshine, there's enough for everyone. All that's missing is the sea - but don't worry, you can suntan.
>> No. 376508 Anonymous
21st May 2014
Wednesday 12:29 am
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>>376506
This, though if you're driving to pick up the photos you probably want to park outside the shop rather than in it.
>> No. 376509 Anonymous
21st May 2014
Wednesday 1:01 am
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>>376491
I had a brief escape earlier this year. Set off from Cardiff, travelled up north by train in posho class. Spent a weekend in a hotel in Wrexham - I'd wanted to go to Chester, but it turned out it was less than half the price and only a 20-minute £5 train ride away. From there did day trips to Chester and Liverpool. Total spend, including room (4 nights), travel and food: £250. This was on my lonesome, and sharing the room would have knocked around £80 off that total.

The trick was booking it about a month in advance - it was close enough for the medium-range weather forecast to kick in, and far enough for booking time off work not to be an issue, and still left me with a couple of weekends in the window to choose the cheapest.
>> No. 376517 Anonymous
21st May 2014
Wednesday 12:42 pm
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>>376491
http://www.youtube.com/v/DsJ5aYK-S6Y
>> No. 376525 Anonymous
21st May 2014
Wednesday 2:48 pm
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>>376506

Wham, the most radical band of the 1980s.

http://www.youtube.com/v/BsyHQgiem8c

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>> No. 376330 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 8:18 pm
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What word would need to be said by someone for you to instantly know they browsed gs?

Arse pisser, Bongo enricher, Auntie-shagger?
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>> No. 376462 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 10:33 pm
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Quick Facebook question for you chaps - sorry to be a little off topic but there's no way in hell it merits its own thread:
Is it okay to sign off a message 'Anyway, I'm glad to hear from you, I dreamt that you'd died the other night. Was duly upset.'?
It is true. I don't feel that it would be wildly out of character, but is that verging on the actually quite an odd thing to say?
>> No. 376463 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 10:46 pm
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>>376462

Who cares? Everyone's a freak of nature anyway.

#projecting
>> No. 376464 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 10:52 pm
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>>376462
That depends who you're talking to and your relationship with them.
>> No. 376489 Anonymous
20th May 2014
Tuesday 8:26 pm
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>>376462

Just add that you tend to have rather prophetic dreams and you thought it necessary to provide warning.
>> No. 376490 Anonymous
20th May 2014
Tuesday 8:26 pm
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>>376489

That'll help.

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>> No. 376307 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 5:35 pm
376307 Facebook stalking
So how much effort do you put into Facebook stalking?
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>> No. 376432 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 3:16 am
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>>376431
Not the same thing.
>> No. 376433 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 3:37 am
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>>376432

I don't see why not. If people don't want people to see the photos they made freely available for people to see, they should remove them. It's not the same as a Peeping Tom looking inside a bedroom window.
>> No. 376441 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 4:12 pm
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>>376433
>>376430

Facebook should make people aware of the consequences of setting photos as 'public' - until such a time you're openly looking into a transparent glass house from a public space.
>> No. 376445 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 5:16 pm
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>>376441

I don't think teenagers would care about the consequences of such things. They do dumb stuff like post nudes and share bootleg material while leaving breadcrumb trails to their real identity.

I agree with you but there are plenty of adults too who let it all hang out and think it's the responsibility of "creepers" not to look at their stuff.
>> No. 376447 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 5:40 pm
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>>376433

>It's not the same as a Peeping Tom looking inside a bedroom window.

It is now, ever since we let normal cunts use the internet. The sort of dull cunts who used to be technophobes after getting laptop after laptop totalled by Free Super Smiley Pack 2003, are now the main clientelle of the various soial networks and web apps.

Praise be to Saint Jobs for finding away to eliminate the boundary of user stupidity to web profitability.

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>> No. 376418 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 1:56 am
376418 epic, just epic
http://rt.com/news/159644-low-reserves-fossil-europe/
G-tt strafe England and you cannot do anything about it.
That feel when you were born just in time to see the fall of the cockroachlands. How are you going to celebrate it, lads?

(A good day to you Sir!)
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>> No. 376419 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 2:09 am
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>>376418
All the more reason for nuclear.
>> No. 376420 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 2:12 am
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Meanwhile in Russia a soldier was seen giving sweets to local school children and nothing bad happened anywhere.
>> No. 376421 Anonymous
18th May 2014
Sunday 2:16 am
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>>376420

*Except in the West where only bad things happen all the time.

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>> No. 375468 Anonymous
6th May 2014
Tuesday 10:26 pm
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Can someone give me a reason why this is a bad thing? Anyone at all?
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>> No. 376369 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 10:11 pm
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>>376311
Is that a new more interested in a copy of Titanic and a tub of ice cream than a Bible?
>> No. 376371 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 10:14 pm
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>>376369
there is no difference between 2 + 2 = 4 and I am in constant psychic contact with the spirit of Julius Caesar
>> No. 376372 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 10:18 pm
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>>376371
https://warosu.org/lit/thread/4902880#p4902964

Plagiarism is bad, ladmate.
>> No. 376373 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 10:18 pm
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Well let's just see what Religion Of Peace has been up to this week shall we:

>She’s supposedly a eskimo who has left the faith, and for that sharia law prescribes death.

http://whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/sudanese-woman-sentenced-to-death-for-apostasy-marrying-a-christian/
>> No. 376374 Anonymous
17th May 2014
Saturday 10:35 pm
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No mate, I don't think apostasy is a new addition to sharia.

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>> No. 376088 Anonymous
13th May 2014
Tuesday 10:32 pm
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I have a kettle, tea bags and milk in my room so I can make tea without leaving my bed.

I bought some milk at about 3pm today, and it's been sitting on the side unrefrigerated since then (so about 9 hours). Can I still use it to make tea? It smells and tastes okay.
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>> No. 376149 Anonymous
14th May 2014
Wednesday 4:18 pm
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>After opening it lasts for 7 days, despite saying you should use it after 3. Morrison's Milk on the other hand, goes bad after 4.

Cravendale is the shit, stays good for weeks.
>> No. 376155 Anonymous
14th May 2014
Wednesday 4:47 pm
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>>376127
>I'm still trying to teach her how to squeeze the toothpaste from the end of the tube rather than the top.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tube-Squezeer-keys-Guaranteed-Quality/dp/B0030IFYMS/ref=pd_sxp_grid_pt_0_0
>> No. 376164 Anonymous
14th May 2014
Wednesday 7:49 pm
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>>376155
Thats looks incredibly like a Corn Beef tin opener.
>> No. 376165 Anonymous
14th May 2014
Wednesday 8:04 pm
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>>376141
>Morrison's Milk on the other hand, goes bad after 4.

I find that their cheese goes off relatively fast, too.
>> No. 376167 Anonymous
14th May 2014
Wednesday 8:13 pm
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>>376149
I've had the same experience. Fuck knows how that works but I'm not complaining.

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