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Duncan Gardner v8.2
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Konrad Adenauer, when not busy with rebuilding Germany after the war, was a keen player (of the Italian version, boccia).
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Jorge Porbillas
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ian .64
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It may be dead, but Live TV's maggot-ridden little soul lives on.
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Full set...
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The 7th Baron Bartok
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Live TV's best ever line: "Look at those darts - pure titanium!"
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redseaped
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And with the 29,000th post on the World Cup forum, redseaped magnificently secured the final word.
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Rory Bunk
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Well done, old chap.
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redseaped
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Rory Bunk
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This is the appreciation I get for my prompt and sincere rush to slap your back?
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Fatbastard, Hugh Fatbastard
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<quietly munches remains of GIANT BUCKET OF POPCORN that came with a GIANT BUCKET OF POP that cost more to purchase than two admissions to this film, The Return of the King was it ? as the lights come up and the jobsworths putter about with their undersized brooms and youthful lethargy>
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Rory Bunk
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<points broom vaguely in direction of some mess on the floor, wondering whether this zit will ever go away, and what the girl in the Candy bar would be like in the sack. And why won't this guy in the pile of popcorn fuck off. I've got a theatre to clean>
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ian .64
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<Meanwhile, a few seats back, Orlando Bloom, seated in disguise with plastic nose, fake beard and glasses and wearing a hat with corks hanging off the edges with string, can hardly hold back the tears, having had to endure criticisms of his performance over three hours. ''Christ, it's that irritating chopstick with the arrows again'', ''Hey, this is good - oh, wait a bit, it's the poncey chump with the archery hang up and Spock ears. I'm off to the toilet.'', ''Fuck, stink up Isengard will you, you string of piss! Look, he's even got my sister's hair!'' Battered by the barrage of personal slants against his acting technique, he rises from his seat and slinks out of the cinema, barely mumbling a tearful 'G'Day, cobber' to the jobsworths who don't notice the up-and-coming young actor down-and-going out of the darkened cinema.>
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Fatbastard, Hugh Fatbastard
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<Hmmm, that bloke looks a bit like a young like Crocodile Dundee>
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sssssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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<Meanwhile, in Australia, Paul Hogan, wearing bifocals, his beard thick and bushy and his nose bulbous and disfigured after an operation, feels a strange sensation going through his body. An image of a darkened cinema flashes through his mind, then fades. He goes back to reading his script, 'Crocodile Dundee's Pimp Adventures'>
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