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Well, it's bloody miles off topic anyway!

Puts your off topic attempts to shame Rob!! :)
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Did you know that on the borders of Argentina are signs saying "The Falkland Islands belong to Argentina"?

:D
Top that!
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Yes, but when Mr. Dindsdale said "we simply cannot afford any artichokes, due to that idiot son of yours flooding the cellar", we were still rather shocked to see him BEAMED ABOARD AN ALIEN SPACECRAFT! And one with go-faster stripes, no less.
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Oooh, you did it, didn't you? :shock:
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Was the T-Rex predator or scavenger?
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CraigGrannell wrote:
Iain wrote:Well I'm assuming / hoping that Ant is referring to Gordon's comments, unless the thoughts of Gordo and I are going through his head.. URGHH!! Must wash my brain out!
OK, fair enough, then:

Iain and Gordon sitting in a tree...

(With Ant watching, the little perv.)
The branches Iain and Gordon were sitting on broke off, squashing Ant. Ant's relatives sued Iain, Gordon, Newsfield, this forum, the council, Social Services, the NHS, the Government, God, Mother Nature and gravity.

The case was settled out of court for 25p and Rob's remaining brain cells.

Tha end. :D

Gordon the paleobotanist wrote:Was the T-Rex predator or scavenger?
Interesting question. There's growing evidence that T-Rex was a scavenger, relying on other animals to kill prey first and then stepping in to grab what it could...
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Professor Brian Strain wrote:
Gordon the paleobotanist wrote:Was the T-Rex predator or scavenger?
Interesting question. There's growing evidence that T-Rex was a scavenger, relying on other animals to kill prey first and then stepping in to grab what it could...
And I thought it was a band! Duh. :shock:



Gordon the paleobotanist?? :D
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More importantly, did it go "GRRRRRRRRRRRR" or "RRRRRAAAAAAAARRRGGGHHHH"?
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CraigGrannell wrote:More importantly, did it go "GRRRRRRRRRRRR" or "RRRRRAAAAAAAARRRGGGHHHH"?
I vote for a very loud 'Meow'.
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gordon wrote:
CraigGrannell wrote:More importantly, did it go "GRRRRRRRRRRRR" or "RRRRRAAAAAAAARRRGGGHHHH"?
I vote for a very loud 'Meow'.
A typical paleobotanists dogma, tsk, tsk.
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Man, that would have been a great curve-ball in Jurassic Park.

Generic idiot: Oh my God! The huge t-rex is gonna get us!"

[t-rex stomps after them]

Generic idiot: It's almost got us!"

T-rex: Meow.

Generic idiot [stops running; starts pointing]: Hahahahahahaha!

[t-rex grabs laughing generic idiot and munches him]

T-rex: Heh! I knew my cunning "meow trick" would mean less running and more munching of humans! Hurrah!

Spielberg: It was never meant to happen like this.

Audience: Well, your films are generally pretty shit anyway, so it's not like this is making them any worse.

Spielberg: Well, bollocks to that! I— Hang on? Did anyone hear a strange meowing sound? ARRGGGHHHHHH!


Clearly, I should write for Hollywood.
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One thing's for sure:
no more polls!

Not. Good. For. Mental. Health. :shock:
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Why, you cheeky magazine-creating Dutchman! My mental health is perfectly crepe suzette!
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Stop flattering yourself, brainless mind err...mindless brain umm, you you *snap*

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What happens when Rob gets to a thousand posts?

Do we give him an award, or something?
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