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  1. Forum: Pets, Wildlife & Gardens POST: 25th June 2019, 00:07
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    Yes, the first potatoes were imported into the UK in 2006, but only available in very specialist restaurants under a special government licence. Sphinx's great-grandson is a biology professor who...

  2. Forum: Pets, Wildlife & Gardens POST: 25th June 2019, 00:02
    You have a transgendered son?

  3. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 24th June 2019, 22:57
    Oh no - get well soon, Scrot!

  4. Forum: News & Current Affairs POST: 18th June 2019, 22:24
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    He's a diplomat, and he walked across Afghanistan - he does have character. He also looks like Mick Jagger.

  5. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 18th June 2019, 10:35
    Absolutely. Reg managed to stop Scrot from lamping the bouncer after he expelled Scrot from the pub for bringing his own vodka in.

  6. Forum: News & Current Affairs POST: 18th June 2019, 10:32
    No they don't. They do want to improve public transport infrastructure, something which isn't seen as remotely left-wing in most mainland European countries. If you got more commuters out of the cars...

  7. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 17th June 2019, 17:24
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    That makes sense, and I can see they're quite strict about it according to the gov.uk website.

  8. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 17th June 2019, 17:23
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    That was my thought, too. However, this was before the Twin Towers attacks, so a very long time ago. The garage itself was a very small outfit, but the main Nissan dealer in Bristol used them and...

  9. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 17th June 2019, 00:59
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    Years ago I found one of my number plates was missing. I phoned the police, who weren't very interested on the grounds that number plates aren't expensive, so it was hardly a major theft. I pointed...

  10. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 13th June 2019, 10:29
    Sadiq Khan is the Mayor of London. Do you think Trump should treat him with respect whether he likes him or not?

  11. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 13th June 2019, 10:28
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    Nerve=touched

  12. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 12th June 2019, 16:04
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    Don't worry - it wasn't Rohypnol the carers put in your tea, it was laudanum.

  13. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 12th June 2019, 11:58
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    An interesting variation on getting someone pissed to get them into bed. Did they put Rohypnol in the tea?

  14. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 12th June 2019, 10:29
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    They probably were exempt from the tax. That doesn't mean they're free to produce though, so perhaps the Co-op were charging cost price. When I started university in 1978, supermarkets used to charge...

  15. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 12th June 2019, 10:23
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    I've always found it ironic that the Americans tease us about drinking tea, when they were the ones who went to war over it!

    I drink quite a bit of tea - I find it more thirst-quenching than...

  16. Forum: Talk & Chat POST: 11th June 2019, 21:48
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    At least you no longer have a garden on a slope.

  17. Forum: Brexit Forum POST: 11th June 2019, 21:46
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    Nope - I edited my post almost as soon as I'd posted the original. I wasn't there at 04:00 or whenever it ran! Just the first day.

  18. Forum: Brexit Forum POST: 11th June 2019, 20:33
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    Fascinating. And no, I'm not being sarcastic - I'm a bit of a tube geek. I was on the train to Hatton Cross on the day it opened in (I think) 1975, when they extended the Piccadilly Line.

  19. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 11th June 2019, 20:30
    Damn! You gave away the punchline too soon. I wanted a competition where we had to find the most unlikely, and yet appropriate, values for ***** and ********.

  20. Forum: Serious Discussion POST: 11th June 2019, 20:28
    Yes, that was certainly going on, too. There was apparently a saying amongst Protestants - "vote early, vote often". However, even without that, the Protestant parties would have outnumbered the...
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