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Re: Strange behaviour on a Swiss train. (Girls, have you ever done anything like this

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I think that is better

Although saying that, I was wandering through Bluewater a couple of years back - with my wife - and a teenage girl (illegal teenage girl) ran in front of us - lifted her top, exposed her breasts and then ran off to join her friends - giggling loudly.

That was Bluewater - and not the 2112 to Ziegelbrucke - there is a huge difference
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Looks like I'll have to work late again this evening...
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I think that is better

Although saying that, I was wandering through Bluewater a couple of years back - with my wife - and a teenage girl (illegal teenage girl) ran in front of us - lifted her top, exposed her breasts and then ran off to join her friends - giggling loudly.

That was Bluewater - and not the 2112 to Ziegelbrucke - there is a huge difference
That almost never happens...to me...

Which part of Switzerland do you live in ? Can I move there ?
Can I survive there on 1.5 Million CHF per month ?
Do they have soup spoons and/or brown sugar ?
Can I take a shower after 9 pm ?
Is there a death penalty in case I kill my neighbor for being a prick ?
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Re: Strange behaviour on a Swiss train. (Girls, have you ever done anything like this

I do this all the time
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...I was wandering through Bluewater a couple of years back - with my wife - and a teenage girl (jailbait) ran in front of us - ...
There..fixed that for you.
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Re: Strange behaviour on a Swiss train. (Girls, have you ever done anything like this

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That almost never happens...to me...

Which part of Switzerland do you live in ? Can I move there ?
Can I survive there on 1.5 Million CHF per month ?
Do they have soup spoons and/or brown sugar ?
Can I take a shower after 9 pm ?
Is there a death penalty in case I kill my neighbor for being a prick ?
Is there any old racist around there?
Or groups of migrants meetups to reinforce their "community" and wonder why Swiss people will reject them?

Ok, I heard it's good for the environment to take the train, I guess I could give it a try and make a Lausanne work-Zurich-Zurich-Lausanne home...
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Are you planning to flash yet another poor unsuspecting stranger on the train?
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Is there any old racist around there?
Or groups of migrants meetups to reinforce their "community" and wonder why Swiss people will reject them?

Ok, I heard it's good for the environment to take the train, I guess I could give it a try and make a Lausanne work-Zurich-Zurich-Lausanne home...
Will I be accepted there with my Ivy-league MBA ?
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Re: Strange behaviour on a Swiss train. (Girls, have you ever done anything like this

OK,

It's perfectly normal behaviour........ Look, you can even do it on TV let alone trains



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Re: Strange behaviour on a Swiss train. (Girls, have you ever done anything like this

It's amazing what my hands get up to when I'm on the phone. As soon as they think my brain is distracted, they do all the stuff they know they aren't suposed to.

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Unfortunately, the judge wasn't having any of that...
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Re: Strange behaviour on a Swiss train. (Girls, have you ever done anything like this

How odd.

I'm just trying to imagine why...

In fact scrap that. I'm just trying to imagine...
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It's amazing what my hands get up to when I'm on the phone. As soon as they think my brain is distracted, they do all the stuff they know they aren't suposed to be doing.
In the scientific community, I think its called the "iOstrich Effect"
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In the scientific community, I think its called the "iOstrich Effect"
In Essex its called the OI OI effect
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Will I be accepted there with my Ivy-league MBA ?
I'm sorry
1) Your name sounds from foreign origin I am not going to answer your post. I have principles and I heard Swiss people will discriminate you for that. I'm not Swiss but trying to integrate so I have to comply with local behaviors.

2)It's a thread on "how to encourage the use of Public Transportation for men" so your Ivy MBA is out of topic*
*unless B stands for Boobs

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It's amazing what my hands get up to when I'm on the phone. As soon as they think my brain is distracted, they do all the stuff they know they aren't suposed to.
Remind me not to sit next to you on the train, even if I insist.
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I'm sorry
1) Your name sounds from foreign origin I am not going to answer your post. I have principles and I heard Swiss people will discriminate you for that. I'm not Swiss but trying to integrate so I have to comply with local behaviors.

2)It's a thread on "how to encourage the use of Public Transportation for men" so your Ivy MBA is out of topic*
*unless B stands for Boobs

Are you applying for a C permit ? Can you tell me the requirements ?
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"iOstrich Effect"
Is that some new Apple gizmo?
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Is that some new Apple gizmo?
fo sho...

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It's amazing what my hands get up to when I'm on the phone. As soon as they think my brain is distracted, they do all the stuff they know they aren't suposed to.
Do your hands also have a mind of their own whilst you are dozing? Reason I ask is that once on a train coming into London, a lass was sat next to me dozing, she awoke with a start and her right hand grabbed a handfull of my pride and joy.

The poor girl was so embarrassed she couldn't even apologise, she just had to make a hasty retreat to the toilets.
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