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just as long as it's not about biology. Boredommmmmmmmmmmm.
I'm sick and tired of having the same arguments in pubs.
But GABBA is crap.
but yeah, gabba is crap
isnt it a pentomeric conformation of 2alpha, 2beta and a gamma subunitws, or am I thinking of something else. Targetted in epilepsy or summat
targetted in epilepsy, sedation, analgesia, anxioilysis etc etc
All I know about golf is 10 mins at the driving range while slightly inebriated is fun. 4 hours wandering round a course is not.
Posh can be fun, as long as someone else is paying.
Not many people know he was 8ft 4in tall and his hat rose a full 3ft from his head. To keep it there in highwinds his aides would add a hidden weave to the inner rim and his hair.
and will continue to lose momentum after this game. C'mon the PNE!
Also, are you going to get some british lard association boxer shorts?
It's pretty simple and easy to do. Seems a bit messy when first mixing but comes together well. I like them thin so cut into 6 and roll out very thin (with a well floured board and rolling pin). Then place on a lightly oiled baking tray, then add tomato sauce and toppings. Get the oven as hot as possible before adding and don't leave it. They take minutes to make. One pizza will feed one person.
500ml plain, strong flour
1 sachet of dried yeast or
10g fresh yeast
350ml warm water
Put the flour in a large mixing bowl, pour in the dried yeast, the salt and then the water. If you are using fresh yeast, then dissolve the crumbled yeast in a little of the warm water before adding it to the flour. Mix to a soft, pliable dough. I use my hands for this, getting very sticky at first, then less so as the ingredients come together. Turn the dough on to a floured board or work surface and knead firmly, but not violently, for a good 7 or 8 minutes.
When the dough feels elastic and 'alive', put it back into the bowl, cover it loosely with a clean cloth and leave in a warm place for an hour or so.
The dough will rise to about twice its original size and smell faintly yeasty. When you touch it, it will feel springy and light. Get the oven really hot, to a good 240°C/gas mark 8.
Turn the dough out and cut or tear it into four equal pieces. Roll each piece out to give a pizza base about 20-24cm across. Push the centre of each pizza base down with your fist so that the middle is lower than the outer edge. Cover with one of the toppings below and bake for about 10-12 minutes until the pizza is lightly crisp on the bottom. Makes 4 medium-sized pizzas.
It smashed to smithereens. It turned out it was a family heirloom from a dead nana and she was a bit heartbroken. That was a lot of damage there: broken vase and a broken heart.
for various animals being picked up and dropped in rain clouds, such as fish, toads, and perhaps cats and dogs (they were from local kennels and catterys).
all our lekky went off just now but our lights still worked. Also how long do you think it'd take 2 girls to fix said problem?
Your lights will be on a different circuit to the rest of your electrics.
It's probably a tripped circuit-breaker. Go to the fusebox and see which of your circuits one has 'flipped' and just push it back.
(after disconneecting the electrical applicance that caused it to go, obv.)
Get your own thread! ;)
If you find the fuse box, if it's the new kind then it will have switches, on of which will be down. Something you've got plugged into a socket will have blown the fuse, so flick it up and go and check everything that's plugged in that you were using when the fuse went.
Should take no more than 10 mins if you know where the fuse box is.
by trial and error and generally looking perplexed as none of the switches were down. WE ARE NOT COMPLETELY USELESS! YES!