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Derek27
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ShaunWhite wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 2:45 pm
Derek27 wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 1:15 pm
. When I hear 'organic milk' I think to myself, WFT am I drinking?
It's milk not stuffed with antibiotics and hormones. It takes some weird science to keep a cow healthy and producing milk 365 days a yeat. That's not how cows insides normally function.

I was suspicious of non-dairy milk but its nice once you get used to the idea, definately no weirder than drinking cow juice.
If I knew milk came out of a cow when I was little I'd never have touched the stuff. If I knew what an embryo was and that eggs are embryos I'd never have touched them. :)
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Derek27 wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 3:01 pm
If I knew what an embryo was and that eggs are embryos I'd never have touched them. :)
LOL not an embryo unless fertilized.
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I used to get bored watching the build-up to an FA cup final or the Grand National. Now they have a one-hour build-up to tonight's debate!

It's hardly a world championship bout!
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Jukebox wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 3:09 pm
Derek27 wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 3:01 pm
If I knew what an embryo was and that eggs are embryos I'd never have touched them. :)
LOL not an embryo unless fertilized.
Chicken ovulation sounds so much more delicious. But then you find out they use the same hole for everything down there :shock: The first person to try one must have been bloody hungry!
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ShaunWhite wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 3:27 pm
....... The first person to try one must have been bloody hungry!
We have so much to be grateful to our ancestors for - such as discovering which mushrooms, berries and fruits etc were safe.
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Jukebox wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 3:44 pm
ShaunWhite wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 3:27 pm
....... The first person to try one must have been bloody hungry!
We have so much to be grateful to our ancestors for - such as discovering which mushrooms, berries and fruits etc were safe.
... and McDonald's! Our ancestors gave us all a taste for crap fatty food. :)
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Just been into B&Q to buy some bricks, off a girl with as much charm as the bricks she sold!
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Derek27 wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 5:52 pm
Just been into B&Q to buy some bricks, off a girl with as much charm as the bricks she sold!
Sometimes you really do make me laugh out loud. :-)
Can't crticise you, we've all blundered into retail staff that are underpaid, badly managed and on top have to deal with the great unwashed public, who can be properly obnoxious.
All I'd say is you don't know her life so don't be too harsh on her.
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greenmark wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 6:15 pm
Derek27 wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 5:52 pm
Just been into B&Q to buy some bricks, off a girl with as much charm as the bricks she sold!
Sometimes you really do make me laugh out loud. :-)
Can't crticise you, we've all blundered into retail staff that are underpaid, badly managed and on top have to deal with the great unwashed public, who can be properly obnoxious.
All I'd say is you don't know her life so don't be too harsh on her.
She was nice looking though. Couldn't help wondering if she's any different in bed. :D
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Instead of asking people in Hamshire and the Isle of White to grass on their neighbours, shouldn't the advice be to go for a walk a few streets away and grass people up, and likewise, people streets away can grass on your neighbours? :)
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Playing rounders at a family picnic this afternoon, and tore my hamstring rounding 3rd base. Christ it hurt. Went down like I'd been shot. Now can hardly walk :(

First time I've ever done it and can really sympathize with footballers when it happens.
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Ate a massive chicken korma on a hot day, a pork pie and a few pickled onions would have worked so much better. :cry:
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Races consisting of only five dogs becoming a trend.
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Shower for 60 seconds less!

What bit do you skip? Arms? Legs? Genitals?
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What is it about YouTube historical documentary narrators that make them need to talk from start to finish without drawing breath?

They should watch a few David Attenborough documentaries.
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