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Old 07-22-2007, 02:32 PM   #21901
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Joo tose for teh win!

Jew toes. Oi. That's some derogatory statement there.
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Old 07-22-2007, 02:32 PM   #21902
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Joo tose for teh win!

Jew toes. Oy. That's some derogatory statement there.
Jews don't have toes, they have talons.
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Old 07-22-2007, 02:42 PM   #21904
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Because an upright Englishman (and being an Oxford student definitely makes him an upright Englishman) should not recognise such things exist.

I do realise the irony of using the word "upright" in this context.


Well, if all you upright Englishmen do not recognise such a thing exists, you're going to be in big trouble if you ever have to pee.



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Old 07-22-2007, 02:44 PM   #21905
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They could always hook up some surgical tubing to their bladders, and put a valve on the end.
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Well, if all you upright Englishmen do not recognise such a thing exists, you're going to be in big trouble if you ever have to pee.
The solution is to course to do the hygienic thing and sit down to pee. Contrary to what Hollywood seems to think, you don't need to pee standing in order to be a man.

It is also strange to - as also often is seen in movies and TV - complain about the seat cover being left up. If someone has been peeing standing, shouldn't you be glad he remembered to lift the cover? After all, if he's so forgetful that he forgets to close it after he's done, isn't there a risk he might forget to lift it before he does his business? Now that would be nasty.
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Quite. Whatever. Indeed.
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Old 07-22-2007, 04:01 PM   #21910
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The solution is to course to do the hygienic thing and sit down to pee. Contrary to what Hollywood seems to think, you don't need to pee standing in order to be a man.

It is also strange to - as also often is seen in movies and TV - complain about the seat cover being left up. If someone has been peeing standing, shouldn't you be glad he remembered to lift the cover? After all, if he's so forgetful that he forgets to close it after he's done, isn't there a risk he might forget to lift it before he does his business? Now that would be nasty.

Yes, I fully agree that men should always pee sitting down. But they'd still need a penis, or else I think there would still be problems. An artificial exit is not what most people understand as fun.

Also, we actually have two bathrooms (one of the three bathrooms in the living area, and one in the small bathroom in the office area) that have an urinal.

And of course, an urinal is not to be mistaken with the bidet that is to be found in one of the other two bathrooms. And whatever you do, do *NOT* mistake the sink in the blue bathroom for an urinal, just because it is attached to the wall very low - the blue bathroom was constructed with little children in mind (it's also very large and wide, so that all three of us could share it when brushing our teeth), so the sink is very low down. It reaches to just below my hips when I stand in front of it. But if anyone who ever visits even *thinks* about using it as an urinal, I'm going to cut off their testicles, and shove them down their own throat.



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I loved that urinal they had in the news a while ago. The one shaped like a woman's lips.

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Yes, I fully agree that men should always pee sitting down. But they'd still need a penis,
Yes, but there is not necessarily a need to acknowledge its existence if you do it sitting.

Oh, and I promise not to think about using your sink in that way. I'd like to avoid any surgical procedures if possible.
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Of course, there wouldn't be all the hassle with people leaving the cover up, or peeing onto the edge of the toilet, if more places would install squat toilets instead. They're much more hygenic to use and maintain.



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Yes, but there is not necessarily a need to acknowledge its existence if you do it sitting.

Oh, and I promise not to think about using your sink in that way. I'd like to avoid any surgical procedures if possible.

Thank you very much.



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Having finished the last Harry Potter book, I can now safely rejoin the internet without having to worry about spoilers.
Speaking of which, I should probably mention that everyone dies at the end, Hamlet-style.
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i'm still waiting for someone to finish it, so i can start it at my slow tortoise-like reading pace.
Also, pissing with an erection is possibly the only thing harder than the penis itself, from my experience.
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Speaking of which, I should probably mention that everyone dies at the end, Hamlet-style.


If that is a genuine spoiler, I'm going to make you eat your own testicles, too. And since you don't really have testicles, it will be even more painful.


Oh, and I'm finally holding my copy of the final Harry Potter in my hand, and I am quite surprised, though also slightly relieved, that it is significantly smaller in size than the last few books.


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Maj. Mike Shearer, spokesman for the U.K. military in Iraq, on rumors that British forces had released aggressive carnivorous badgers in Basra
Here's the whole story.

It was even more funny since someone posted the quote over at "Golden", a webcomic experiment in which there *ARE* man-eating badgers.



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Old 07-23-2007, 12:21 AM   #21919
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If they send any type of badger, it should be the rare Wimbledon Common Peacekeeping Badger.
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Tuberculosis.
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