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Old 08-26-2008, 09:59 AM   #30981
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The Hills are alive with the sound of music.
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Old 08-26-2008, 10:20 AM   #30982
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Singing is something some people can never be taught to do.
I'm not sure that's true, actually. But anyway...

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Old 08-26-2008, 10:22 AM   #30983
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Robsie hearts Lauren Conrad.
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Old 08-26-2008, 10:47 AM   #30984
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Old 08-26-2008, 11:39 AM   #30985
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In order not to derail Jatsies birthday thread I move Squinks quote in here:
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I'm your opposite, Jatsie. I'm actually rather attracted to aging.
I find grey hair very attractive and I don't mind wrinkles around the eyes. Grey stubble (expr?) also looks nice.
This is a great example of what I find reaaallly attractive.
Click for larger picture. That's what I'm going to do.
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Is the whole world in love with George Clooney?!


And Jelena, would do you mean by "That's what I'm going to do"?
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And Jelena, would do you mean by "That's what I'm going to do"?
Would do you mean by would do you mean?
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Dunno.

Whatever.

Quite.

Indeed.

Heh.

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Old 08-26-2008, 01:57 PM   #30989
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Would do you mean by would do you mean?



Obviously, you, erm, don't know that in America, we sometimes say "would do you mean" when we actually mean "what do you mean". It's really quite confusing, so I forgive you.

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The Hills are alive with the sound of music.
The lifts are alive with the sounds of muzak.
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Obviously, you, erm, don't know that in America, we sometimes say "would do you mean" when we actually mean "what do you mean". It's really quite confusing, so I forgive you.
No, in other countries we use real language and not stuff you make up as you feel like it.
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No, in other countries we use real language and not stuff you make up as you feel like it.
Canada is in America, but it's also another country. Hmm...

Of course, what Giligan probably meant by "America" was the United States. Typical. *sigh*
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I don't like country names which are more of a description.
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Should the "great" part be dropped from Great Britain, then?
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No, we need that to distinguish our nation from places like Brittany, and as being the larger component of the British Isles.

We could drop the United Kingdom part though, cos that is teh lame, and no one even likes the Northern Irish anyway, so we can just cut them loose.
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Okay, so what should we call the United States, then? Jesusland?
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That can be the working title.
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Canada is in America, but it's also another country. Hmm...

Of course, what Giligan probably meant by "America" was the United States. Typical. *sigh*
You forgot the possibility that I might have been referring to southern Peru.
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You forgot the possibility that I might have been referring to southern Peru.
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