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WELL, IS IT?
don't mind either way
You find your own punchbag.
Unless you're not insulting him. In which case, don't praise him, he's a jerk.
good to know you've always got (a knife in) my back
Let's get buried together.
I want to keep fighting till we're dust.
or when we're dead from fbola (the chilling sequel)?
I've got nothing in my schedule.
Nice joke btw.
See, I give credit where it's due.
HE'S NOT WORTH IT
and I will remember that for next time (never)
it's like winning £10 with a scratchcard, but 20% of the cost of your scratchcard gets donated to the BNP
If you'd been gracious I'd have called you all the pricks under the sun.
Until we meet again, so-called maosm.
it'll probably just set off my insecurities and make me feel bad about still buying music or owning a hifi or something
but... it's really not.
I need an answer by close of play tomorrow.
>Even your deaf gran's heard of it.
>Lots of people are properly camp-outside-for-weeks obsessed with it.
>Many of the most-obsessed are schoolchildren and late-30-somethings in roll neck jumpers.
>Despite all this, you're considered a bit of a weirdo if you *don't* like it.
>Found attractive by Japanese people.
>Has inspired a generation of teenagers to lock themselves in a garage and practise playing their instruments.
>Bill Gates' bowl-cut is a bit Beatlesy.
>It's not new.
>It's not a band.
>It's not the walrus.
>It's not well-known in Liverpool.
>If I drop my phone and shatter it into four pieces, it's unlikely one of the pieces will get a job narrating a show about tank engines.
>It can be used to monitor the migration and procreation cycles of all species of whale.
>It's not a band.
And whoever came up with that phrase should be ashamed of themselves.
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