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|03-08-11 at 01:57 AM||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Next door
|03-08-11 at 08:27 AM||#3|
Join Date: Feb 2008
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Please remember to code tag any external links, an easy way is to highlight your links and press the "#" button on the toolbar.
Or you can manually type in the code tags... [code]Links[/code]
[url] tags need to be removed from links as they make the links live (clickable), they do not display correctly & send a referrer when clicked ie our site details get sent to the other site which can be problematic
The insert link option on the toolbar is only for internal links (ie on this site)
Last edited by TheWang; 03-08-11 at 08:47 AM.
|03-12-11 at 10:43 AM||#4|
Join Date: Jan 2010
They are classics!
|03-12-11 at 12:34 PM||#5|
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Australia (GMT+10)
I hate spiders. If I am reincarnated as a spider, I will bite myself and not seek medical assistance. I have actually only seen one in the entire time I have been in the US and it was the size of a well sucked on m&m. I flicked it into the sink. In Australia, the presence of a spider involves combat gear and improvised weapons. I do miss aspects of Australia though. Not many but aspects nonetheless.
Contrary to popular belief, there is not a lot of snow in Australia and I recently discovered two facts;
1. Snow is cold and;
2. Coming from a climate where the coldest winter demands only complaining slightly less about how hot it is, I am ill-equipped for fact 1.
Is she also your sister? I checked out her photos on your Facebook page and while she is not exactly my type, I accept that other people have different preferences. Even when those preferences include facial tattoos and stretch pants constructed from sufficient material to shelter a small village. And their livestock. Some men enjoy dancing with other men without their tops on while others prefer the company of a woman two KFC family buckets away from upsetting the planet's rotational axis.
I read somewhere that Eskimos prefer women of girth as it provides warmth at night. I have seen the size of those igloos though and there is no way your girlfriend would make it through the opening. You could probably just construct one around her and despite the hassle of having to trudge out into the snow every day to catch and prepare the eighty seals required to maintain her mass, it would be like a kiln in there.
If I were an Eskimo, I would build my igloo next to a supermarket or on a tropical beach.
Last edited by Gandolph13; 03-12-11 at 12:48 PM.
|03-12-11 at 11:11 PM||#7|
Bad command or file name
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Terra Incognita
|04-14-11 at 04:11 AM||#8|
Join Date: Dec 2009
that was superb humor