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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2008 11:53 
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If it looks like that love....maybe I wouldn't do anything with your tool for a bit and get and see a Doctor! :p hehe

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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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RE: my comments about people on the pistonheads forums. here is a good example of what I meant.


What a dick. The OP, I mean.


Hah! That gets better... I'm just at the bit where the car dealer has posted a clearly made up gracious and exonerating response from his potential customer :D


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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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kalmarzipan wrote:
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RE: my comments about people on the pistonheads forums. here is a good example of what I meant.


What a dick. The OP, I mean.


Hah! That gets better... I'm just at the bit where the car dealer has posted a clearly made up gracious and exonerating response from his potential customer :D


Oh man, I'm on page 7 now and it's turned into a right car crash (pun definitely intended).


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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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When you're writing the blurb for the back of a DVD case and you mention the name of an actor you're contractually obliged to follow it with two other films they've been in that a prospective viewer might have seen, right?

Pity the poor bastard writing the blurb for the Highlander DVD who has to find two more Christopher Lambert movies. They've gone with Mortal Combat and Subway (whu?), when it might have been more honest to try Highlander 2 and You Know, That One Where He's In The Prison.

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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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My colleague has failed to come to work and now I have to step in to do a series of four presentations this afternoon to assembled managers and medical professionals about something I have had no involvement with, excellent.


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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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My colleague has failed to come to work and now I have to step in to do a series of four presentations this afternoon to assembled managers and medical professionals about something I have had no involvement with, excellent.


Do the same presentation that Fran did in Black Books.


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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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myoptinsel wrote:
kalmarzipan wrote:
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RE: my comments about people on the pistonheads forums. here is a good example of what I meant.


What a dick. The OP, I mean.


Hah! That gets better... I'm just at the bit where the car dealer has posted a clearly made up gracious and exonerating response from his potential customer :D


Oh man, I'm on page 7 now and it's turned into a right car crash (pun definitely intended).


I've got there now. How made up is that response? I can't stop laughing! :DD


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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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Rudolfowa wrote:
When you're writing the blurb for the back of a DVD case and you mention the name of an actor you're contractually obliged to follow it with two other films they've been in that a prospective viewer might have seen, right?

Pity the poor bastard writing the blurb for the Highlander DVD who has to find two more Christopher Lambert movies. They've gone with Mortal Combat and Subway (whu?), when it might have been more honest to try Highlander 2 and You Know, That One Where He's In The Prison.


Or Greystoke, which was good.

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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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myoptinsel wrote:
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My colleague has failed to come to work and now I have to step in to do a series of four presentations this afternoon to assembled managers and medical professionals about something I have had no involvement with, excellent.


Do the same presentation that Fran did in Black Books.

I actually love doing doing presentations so I think I'll probably just stick with plan A, stand there wanting the earth to swallow me up and mumble through it whilst turning red and feeling sweaty and then if there are any questions I'll either burst into tears or feign sudden illness.


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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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Just imagine them all naked, with monocles and xylophones.

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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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SpunkyMonkeyTrumpet wrote:
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When you're writing the blurb for the back of a DVD case and you mention the name of an actor you're contractually obliged to follow it with two other films they've been in that a prospective viewer might have seen, right?

Pity the poor bastard writing the blurb for the Highlander DVD who has to find two more Christopher Lambert movies. They've gone with Mortal Combat and Subway (whu?), when it might have been more honest to try Highlander 2 and You Know, That One Where He's In The Prison.


Or Greystoke, which was good.


Wasn't 'Subway' really good?

*awaits foot-long jokes*

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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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Rudolfowa wrote:
When you're writing the blurb for the back of a DVD case and you mention the name of an actor you're contractually obliged to follow it with two other films they've been in that a prospective viewer might have seen, right?

Pity the poor bastard writing the blurb for the Highlander DVD who has to find two more Christopher Lambert movies. They've gone with Mortal Combat and Subway (whu?), when it might have been more honest to try Highlander 2 and You Know, That One Where He's In The Prison.


Funny you should mention that, I'll double check tonight but I'm almost certain that Mortal Kombat Annihilation credits one of its stars as Dave ActorName (Mortal Kombat Annihilation).


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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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marktheheraldangels wrote:
myoptinsel wrote:
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My colleague has failed to come to work and now I have to step in to do a series of four presentations this afternoon to assembled managers and medical professionals about something I have had no involvement with, excellent.


Do the same presentation that Fran did in Black Books.

I actually love doing doing presentations so I think I'll probably just stick with plan A, stand there wanting the earth to swallow me up and mumble through it whilst turning red and feeling sweaty and then if there are any questions I'll either burst into tears or feign sudden illness.


The last presentation I did, the end slide said "Be aware any questions will be deflected with use of pictures of cute kittens."

Someone tried to call my bluff.

They don't know me at all do they?


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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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Grah!

Kids have gone, cleaning the place now and trying to play Fallout 3, guzzling medicine and doing loads of washing :s a womans work is never done! :p

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trying to play Fallout 3, guzzling medicine .............. a womans work is never done! :p


Doesnt seem very womanly ?

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Too close for comfort that image is

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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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:DD

I'm gonna go hoover.... :/

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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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Just imagine them all naked, with monocles and xylophones.

Well I did as you suggested and did the presentations naked wearing a monocle and playing the xylophone, it didn't help at all and I'm sacked now.

Thanks a lot, cunt. >:|


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 Post subject: Re: Bits & Bobs 5
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Well I did as you suggested and did the presentations naked wearing a monocle and playing the xylophone, it didn't help at all and I'm sacked now.

Thanks a lot, cunt. >:|


On the bright side, you should be able to now carve out a successful career as a childrens' entertainer.


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Not really, just means he can present The Sky At Night now.

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Today is a great day, because today its the season finale of Dexter. I am extremely excited.

I pointed this out in the pub last night, I think I was considered over excited. :(

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I pointed this out in the pub last night, I think I was considered over excited. :(
I must have missed that bit!


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In more superglue related hilarity, I've managed to glue some of my eyelashes together, making blinking "interesting"..

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