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RE: What are you thinking......... - 19/10/2013 7:58:31 AM   
sanchia


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Are we back to discussing porn?

That is a good start to a page.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 19/10/2013 8:12:09 AM   
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I was going to make that joke earlier but thought it was far too easy.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 19/10/2013 8:24:50 AM   
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RE: What are you thinking......... - 19/10/2013 1:14:26 PM   
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How do you feel about Splash?


Also moist.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 19/10/2013 3:16:37 PM   
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RE: What are you thinking......... - 20/10/2013 12:16:50 PM   
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Question:

You want to buy a hooded top and the measurements are 92cm for Small and 102cm for Medium - chest. You yourself come in at about 91cm. Do you choose Small or Medium?

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 20/10/2013 1:53:52 PM   
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Question:

You want to buy a hooded top and the measurements are 92cm for Small and 102cm for Medium - chest. You yourself come in at about 91cm. Do you choose Small or Medium?


You eat some steaks and do some press-ups you weed.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 20/10/2013 2:48:17 PM   
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quote:

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Question:

You want to buy a hooded top and the measurements are 92cm for Small and 102cm for Medium - chest. You yourself come in at about 91cm. Do you choose Small or Medium?


You eat some steaks and do some press-ups you weed.






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RE: What are you thinking......... - 20/10/2013 3:02:27 PM   
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RE: What are you thinking......... - 20/10/2013 8:39:25 PM   
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Requesting advice. When attempting to woo a young lady is a signed first edition book sufficient for a Christmas present (hopefully it is ongoing at Christmas) or is more required?

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 20/10/2013 8:48:11 PM   
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It's a lovely gift, but it may depend on the book. Would the book and/or signature be meaningful (ie an author she's particularly fond of)?

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 20/10/2013 9:07:09 PM   
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There are a particular science fiction series she is fond of and I have found a hardback of the most recent release which is signed by the author (I understand she is waiting for the paperback before she purchases it). It's not personalised but I tend to be of the opinion non personalised author signatures are better.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 20/10/2013 9:54:20 PM   
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Christmas is 2 months away, ask her out tomorrow.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 21/10/2013 7:49:00 AM   
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There are a particular science fiction series she is fond of and I have found a hardback of the most recent release which is signed by the author (I understand she is waiting for the paperback before she purchases it). It's not personalised but I tend to be of the opinion non personalised author signatures are better.


In case you want to sell it after she scoffs "is that it?"

I think that's a cracking gift. Thoughtful, different, personal. Go for it.

I bought a hard back 1st Ed copy of Meg, posted it to Steve Alten (including with it the postage back) who signed it to my niece, then posted it back and I gave it to her for her 18th.
I still think it's the best present I've ever bought anyone actually, normally I just grab what's left on the shelf or chuck some money at it, but in this case I actually "thought" about it, and was "well prepared", which is very unmanly.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 21/10/2013 9:16:39 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: sanchia

Requesting advice. When attempting to woo a young lady is a signed first edition book sufficient for a Christmas present (hopefully it is ongoing at Christmas) or is more required?


You eat some steaks and do some press-ups you weed.

I actually think this advice should be the answer to almost every question.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 21/10/2013 9:27:43 AM   
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quote:

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There are a particular science fiction series she is fond of and I have found a hardback of the most recent release which is signed by the author (I understand she is waiting for the paperback before she purchases it). It's not personalised but I tend to be of the opinion non personalised author signatures are better.


I'm not fussed about personalised sigs either - but the thought behind the gift makes it a personal one. I think it's a great choice - shows consideration and thought. Maybe a bit of chocolate to go with it and you're good to go.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 21/10/2013 10:59:13 AM   
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The gift itself is a great idea but personally I'd think twice about buying a Christmas present for a lass I was merely at the 'attempting to woo' stage with.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 21/10/2013 5:53:00 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Chief


quote:

ORIGINAL: sanchia

Requesting advice. When attempting to woo a young lady is a signed first edition book sufficient for a Christmas present (hopefully it is ongoing at Christmas) or is more required?


You eat some steaks and do some press-ups you weed.

I actually think this advice should be the answer to almost every question.



Done and done.

I have already pitched my woo and that bit has been accepted I just need to keep the woo going until Christmas (or flog the book if it doesn't).

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 22/10/2013 5:14:42 PM   
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"Your cock is ready for a weasel!"

It most certainly is not!

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 23/10/2013 2:21:54 PM   
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I've had so much garlic for lunch I'm pretty sure I'm going to smell like it for weeks.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 24/10/2013 12:40:52 PM   
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Thanks to Ticket Soup crapness I ended up taking the best seats I could get for Still Game next year. Then they released a new date and I got through immediately and got decent tickets near the front. It's a gift so it's worth the overbuy - I'm sure my brother can find a mate to take the spares.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 25/10/2013 2:34:40 PM   
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The worst thing about the water being switched off isn't the lack of water but the fact that we apparently can't switch our heating on because if some grit gets taken in the boiler'll blow up (so somesuch) and the water company were very clear it wouldn't be their fault.

It's quite cold. I'm currently working sitting under a massive throw I knitted when I was bored a few years ago.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 25/10/2013 3:15:01 PM   
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My favourite coin is the 20 pence piece.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 25/10/2013 3:40:18 PM   
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Pound coin for me. They're pleasing to both the eye and hand and no matter how tough times get, it's comforting to know as long as I've got one of these in my pocket I can always afford a six pack of Rockies.

I've just started re-reading Billy Liar for about the fourth time and I'm quite disturbed at how I relate to him even more now than I did when I was his age. Not the bullshitting so much (I'm not a good enough liar to attempt anything but the most innocuous little white one), but the more the daydreaming, procrastinating and lunk-headed decision-making resulting in much angst and heartache. The book's still bloody hilarious though.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 25/10/2013 7:44:42 PM   
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Has anyone else downloaded OSX Mavericks? I did last night, and although I've not really had a good look at the features I've noticed that scrolling in Chrome isn't as responsive as it was before. Viewing documents in Preview is fine, as is viewing pages in Firefox.

It's only slightly less responsive, but just like a car's rear view mirror being turned slightly too far to the left, or a cinema screen having a slight bump in the bottom right corner, it's noticeable enough to be mildly infuriating

[EDIT]

Actually, it's not so much unresponsive, as it just feels wrong.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 25/10/2013 8:20:11 PM   
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Also, I can't wait to start making use of this at some point:



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RE: What are you thinking......... - 26/10/2013 10:12:59 AM   
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Lucky Pants Bingo?

They are really scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 26/10/2013 3:54:24 PM   
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I ran into my boss this afternoon it was awkward and horrible.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 26/10/2013 3:57:44 PM   
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I ran into my boss this afternoon it was awkward and horrible.


Why? Or when you say "ran into" were you driving at the time?

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 26/10/2013 4:05:56 PM   
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It would have been better if I did incapacitate her for the foreseeable future.

At work my reputation (not that I have one) is of a nice young lady who gets on with it and doesn’t really interact with others unless its work related, the quiet one, solid, dependable and smartly turned out. So rocking up in my crappy car music playing loudly wearing an old ragged pair of jeans, my painting t shirt (I love it it’s so comfy) scruffy work boots and messy hair (that will be flat and conservative come Monday) having a heated discussion with the girl about something unimportant but involving a few choice words…and turning to face the boss mid fuck and very nearly slamming into her was not good fun.


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