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Don Malhumorado
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5n4xXc25wPE&NR=1

My God. Here's another.

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don't worry Pete, it's only for a cat.
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I had to buy PG Tips once as Mrs HF wanted the attached toy monkey. (the Johnny Vegas one, not a piano carrying chimp)
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Proof that Polar Bears eat Walruses/Walrii/Walrus
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Why didn't she have to buy the PG Tips?
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Way cool, Eric's.
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Why didn't she have to buy the PG Tips?
my innate sense of gallantry/seeking of the easy life
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No one seems to have picked up on the one major revelation in EIM's opening post - he takes his shopping home in a taxi. Public transport's not good enough for him, oh no, he spends a fortune on fish he doesn't want and pooh-branded kitchen roll, and then taxis it all home. How much does bar work fucking pay these days? When I was working in a pub I could hardly afford to walk home, never mind buy expensive luxury kitchen roll and then take it home in a goddamn taxi. No wonder you like Take That, you wuss.
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A taxi? I did miss that. The lazy tyke.
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It was an eighty quid topping weekly shop. Last time I struggled home with that little lot (in fact, half that little lot) on the 472, my arms ached so much I couldn't make love to myself for a week. I had to go to counselling to repair my fractured love life.

A taxi was the only sensible answer. Besides, it's the one luxury I afford myself. That and my desirable hill top residence with stunning panoramic vistas of Woolwich's urban sprawl.

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Nil - they are shit, a sorry excuse for a bear.
As are most other sort of raccoon.

<...can open, salmon everywhere...>

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I forgot to mention. The hot cross bun can actually take a side step for a minute and be replaced, for a short period only until the novelty value wears off, by the tiger baguette. It's as if the top two loaves of bread have copulated and given birth to the best thing ever.
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On the other hand, North American bears are famed for their salmon fishing exploits:
Yeah, very impressive to casually walk out in shallow waters and catch fish that gather in massive amounts, swim upstream and exhaust themselves to death and commit sect like suicide just about exactly where the bears cross, once a year.

Yeah, very impressive hunting!

A blind Koala dipped in turpentine and put on fire could catch one of those salmons, if it lowered a lure from a rod south of Tasmania.

[ 31.12.2007, 03:12: Message edited by: Pietro Paolo Virdis ]

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Seriously, this with bear and their ability to catch North American salmon is one of the strangest claims of achievement I’ve ever seen.

They’re - the salmons - either in a drugged state of slow-motion, stood up-creek in such vast numbers that if you’d wade into the water, you’d be in salmon, not water.
And when they’re not, they’re idiotically jumping, again up-stream, right into bear paws. If that’s masterful hunting, so is surrounding a flock of wildebeest with landmines then causing distress to make them stampede.

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