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Old 03-26-2007, 07:45 AM   #17441
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Which raises an important question: do you ever have any sort of attraction to lampposts?
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Old 03-26-2007, 07:51 AM   #17442
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Well actually I did hug a lamppost once, but that's part of a convoluted drunken tale, hehe.
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Old 03-26-2007, 07:54 AM   #17443
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There's the problem. Some people struggle with ply.... poool.....pally......... words with more than one bit in them.

Not that I'm picking out any particular nationality here.

They regularly do those kind of things here in Germany. Of course, usually they pick out the most stupid answers, and only show that. Like that one time they asked people at the Travel convention in Berlin. They showed them pictures of known monuments, and asked them if they knew the monument's name, and where they were to be found. One of the pictures was the Berlin Victory Column. The person they asked placed it in the wrong place (I think somewhere in Italy), even though that monument was actually just a few hundred meters from the convention building away. You could actually *see* the pillar from the building.

Another couple (actually they had just asked the woman, but she called her husband over for support) was even worse. They thought the Statue of Christ from Rio De Janeiro was the Statue of Liberty, and do you know where they place it? Spain.



But another one of those things they did about the human body, and the answers they showed were representative of all the answers they got. One teenager thought the lungs were a kind of stomach. The heart is what we breathe with, and the clavicle was in the knee (though I forgive them for this answer. Not everyone has heard of the clavicle.). They also asked a woman where her prostate was, and she actually pointed to about the place where her kidneys should be (of course, women do not have a prostate).
Also, one woman believed that the body contains 12 litres of blood - I know that it'a 4-5 litres, but I know that that's one of the questions that not everyone knows the exact answer to (but I wonder how one would fit 12 litres into the body), *BUT* that woman admitted to being a Nurse! At least she had the decency to be ashamed to have answered incorrectly.


But luckily, usually those answers are not representative.



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Old 03-26-2007, 08:13 AM   #17444
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Maybe we should get that nurse to look after the Thread™. Then I could get her to remove a few litres of blood from it and kill it by proxy!
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Old 03-26-2007, 08:19 AM   #17445
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Lies, we all know about your dirty krankenschwester fantasies!
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Old 03-26-2007, 08:30 AM   #17446
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Really? What are they?
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Old 03-26-2007, 08:48 AM   #17447
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There's the problem. Some people struggle with ply.... poool.....pally......... words with more than one bit in them.

Not that I'm picking out any particular nationality here.
They must have went to Mississippi for that one.
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Old 03-26-2007, 09:22 AM   #17448
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Was writing "went" there deliberate?
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Really? What are they?
Well, for starters, the one where the older woman dressed in a nurse's outfit gives you a sponge-bath.
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I think not.
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In the more smutty version, you have her scrub you with Spongebob.
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I find it kind of disturbing that you're projecting these fantasies of yours onto me .
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Not meaning to offend anyone, but do homosexuals ever have any sort of attraction to the opposite sex? because as a heterosexual, i cant say i have really had any desire to have sex with a guy.
You just haven't found the right man yet.
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Old 03-26-2007, 03:20 PM   #17454
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Quite.
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Are you offering Robsie?
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You just want him all to yourself, don't you?
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Which one?
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What are you guys talking about?
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Your evil clone!

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Which one?
Whichever one you want. I was originally thinking Mr. Lacey, but Hammykins might just be more to your taste, for all I know.
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