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Old 11.10.2014, 17:17
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ok this question has been bothering me for a while

why is a womans sense of humour about the size of her ass inversely proportionate to its size?

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Old 11.10.2014, 17:37
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Is this the much discussed big fat ass ?
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Old 11.10.2014, 17:49
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Probably useful when you first learn to snowboard.
It was (I was 50 when I did, and yes with the above- it worked very well )

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Old 28.10.2014, 21:41
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What happened to america?

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Old 28.10.2014, 23:33
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c'mon kids i nearly spilled my champagne air guitering to this
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Old 29.10.2014, 01:11
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What happened to america?
I think it's still there.
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Old 03.11.2014, 11:36
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Apart from Croques Mesdames / Croques Messieurs (hope I pluralised those correctly ) and other obvious ones like hamburgers, how popular is toasted bread or toasted sandwiches in Switzerland? (On either side of "that line")

Merely warming up bread does not count.

I know in Australia we love our toasties, which more often than not is at least twice or three times better than the regular untoasted sandwich. Be damned the first thing I might buy when I move to my own apartment is a sandwich toaster / press....
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Old 03.11.2014, 14:06
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It's pretty popular here, look for panini. I actually get them abroad or make my own, since I find most of them here too pricey for usually not a very eventful filling. Creative grilled sandwich can be a total palate party..

I got a question..why doesn't the whole US do the time change, federally?
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Old 03.11.2014, 14:23
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Why does a pair of my old underwear make a better duster than the 'technical' dust cloths out there?

Rich thick cotton I suppose. Depends what type you are using of course
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Old 03.11.2014, 14:30
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Apart from Croques Mesdames / Croques Messieurs (hope I pluralised those correctly ) and other obvious ones like hamburgers, how popular is toasted bread or toasted sandwiches in Switzerland? (On either side of "that line")

Merely warming up bread does not count.

I know in Australia we love our toasties, which more often than not is at least twice or three times better than the regular untoasted sandwich. Be damned the first thing I might buy when I move to my own apartment is a sandwich toaster / press....
You swine! Now I have to go buy a toastie maker.
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I have question

What is this country outline?
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Old 05.11.2014, 18:42
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What is this country outline?
Kind of looks like Turkey.
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Old 05.11.2014, 18:48
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Kind of looks like Turkey.
With the islands and west of Bosporus bits missing.
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Random question, I know there is a lot of Englishfolk here, how far would £19,000 in Hampshire?
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Old 10.11.2014, 11:21
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Random question, I know there is a lot of Englishfolk here, how far would £19,000 in Hampshire?
annual salary? monthly salary? house? car? bribes?
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Old 10.11.2014, 22:56
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annual salary? monthly salary? house? car? bribes?
Yearly starting salary...


House/car...don't know...

Just wondering how far 19 quid would take someone, no kids, for a year in the Portsmouth/Southampton?
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Old 19.11.2014, 14:51
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ok, it appears it offends women if you call them having children their 'breeding program'.

is this a religious thing?

should I be calling it their 'sacred' breeding program?
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Old 19.11.2014, 14:54
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Random question, I know there is a lot of Englishfolk here, how far would £19,000 in Hampshire?
I know Portsmouth well. Rent would be roughly £600 per month, tax 25%, the rest is yours
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Old 19.11.2014, 14:58
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ok, it appears it offends women if you call them having children their 'breeding program'.

is this a religious thing?

should I be calling it their 'sacred' breeding program?
Check this out and then think for yourself.

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/breeding

Oh, and the easy to make analogy between "sacred" and a certain animal it's not subtle at all.... But keep going.
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Old 19.11.2014, 22:44
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Do US citizens have problems opening bank accounts in other EU countries? Or was the "hiding the money" game only played out here?

I know Switzerland has a lot of "black money", but so does London and Cyprus.
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