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    [QUOTE=Limy Sami;... and train the crocs to only eat Scots.[/QUOTE]

    Some things could leave a bad taste in ones mouth...Have you ever seen a croc turn it's lip up at food

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    Pray tell,where did I mention second class citizens?
    Gordon doesn't read detail well - it's just what his mind read into it because I'd jokingly baited him with the eggs being short of an omelette comment.
    The hot headed red-mist took the bait hook line and sinker.
    That's the trouble with the EU waters - an English fisherman in Spain can catch a madJock in Denmark!
    Still, come Oct 31st...

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    Pray tell,where did I mention second class citizens?
    Pray? That'd be unusual LOL

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    Don't know if it's worth wasting my time on but it might be interesting to write as stupidly provocatively posts as some of you do because it seems so easy to keep you busy

    Who'll be first to take time to reply to these?

    England has invented a new missile. It's called The Civil Servant - it doesn't work and it can't be fired.

    What do you call an Englishman with an IQ of 50? Colonel, sir.

    They say an Englishman laughs three times at a joke. The first time when everybody else gets it, the second a week later when he thinks he gets it, the third time a month later when somebody explains it to him.

    An Englishman went into a hardware store and asked to buy a sink.
    'Would you like one with a plug?' asked the assistant.
    'Don't tell me they've gone electric,' said the Englishman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    Oh you didn't realise that that word has more than one meaning. I will ask the same question with a different word.
    Please tell me,where did I mention second class citizens? Yes an answer would be nice.
    Has that helped?
    Nope. Try again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon B. Clarke View Post
    Nope. Try again
    No I won't bother, you have just proved that you are way too thick to understand words of more than one syllable. Perhaps even one syllable is a few too many. Please note,no smiley. Why no smiley? You just are not worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    No I won't bother, you have just proved that you are way too thick to understand words of more than one syllable. Perhaps even one syllable is a few too many. Please note,no smiley. Why no smiley? You just are not worth it.
    That diatribe (too big a word for you?) might have had more effect if you hadn't taken the time to write anything

    Damn this is proving more fun than I thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    If being told the truth about yourself is fun then you must lead a very boring life. Once again,no smiley.
    Ad infinitum

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    Ad infinitum? You intend to carry on with your very boring life? Weird, extremely weird. Suggest you get your Lego out, that's boring as well.
    We've gone from only an hour ago this "...with the arrogant mentality displayed by some English bastards in PM"
    to trying, so trying, to be funny, seeking attention.
    As unstable as a one legged man, in an arse kicking competition...

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    Ad infinitum? You intend to carry on with your very boring life? Weird, extremely weird. Suggest you get your Lego out, that's boring as well.
    But it's still more exciting than him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    Ad infinitum? You intend to carry on with your very boring life? Weird, extremely weird. Suggest you get your Lego out, that's boring as well.

    I don't care who picks on Gordo or not... But you take back what you said about Lego... I love building 'em with the Kiddo... and sometimes I play with 'em when nobody is looking, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeachMePlease View Post
    and sometimes I play with 'em when nobody is looking
    No. No. Leave this alone, you pervs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    We've gone from only an hour ago this "...with the arrogant mentality displayed by some English bastards in PM"
    to trying, so trying, to be funny, seeking attention.
    As unstable as a one legged man, in an arse kicking competition...
    I wasn't trying to be funny but I am enjoying it. You go out of your way to get me to post and now you're complaining

    Why don't the English manufacture televisions?
    Can't find a way to make them leak oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    Ad infinitum? You intend to carry on with your very boring life? Weird, extremely weird. Suggest you get your Lego out, that's boring as well.
    Boring? Nope not ever.

    Lego? My son was a Lego model builder for 4 years so you can't even begin to guess how much Lego we have and you've also forgotten my wife is HR manager at Legoland.

    The last 3 Lego models our son has been given by us (he's in Norway) are a Porsche, a Bugatti and a wind turbine.

    YouTube

    YouTube

    YouTube

    Back to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeachMePlease View Post
    . and sometimes I play with 'em when nobody is looking, too.
    Glasshopper - this is not one of THOSE sorts of websites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
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    Is there anything else that you keep on and on about that I haven't mentioned?
    USA is shit and Denmark is brilliant

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    Legos are great. I like the ones mentioned because I did not know they were available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon B. Clarke View Post
    Boring? Nope not ever.

    Lego? My son was a Lego model builder for 4 years so you can't even begin to guess how much Lego we have and you've also forgotten my wife is HR manager at Legoland.

    The last 3 Lego models our son has been given by us (he's in Norway) are a Porsche, a Bugatti and a wind turbine.

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    What is exciting about that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by converterking View Post
    What is exciting about that?
    You tell me. You took the time to look

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbter View Post
    UK is shit and Denmark is brilliant
    That's better


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