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« Reply #400 on: 15/02/2009 11:48:09 »
We are having quite the storm.... It has been blowing and pounding all night... Boy oh Boy sounds like I am loosing shingles out there..I heard something very large and metalic sounding Fly past my bedroom window an hour ago.. and I don't believe it was the "Man of Steel".....ie "Superman!" 
I will not be surprised if I find garbage cans from ten miles  away here tomorrow...It has both dogs stirred up pretty good...Sounds like I have Ghosts haunting my house as the wind blows through rattling all my old windows....
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« Reply #401 on: 15/02/2009 17:25:33 »
Quackers go quite well with delicately herbed duck pâté foie gras. Or braunschweiger. I will eat it on Bauernbrot (usually using Leberwurst. Labeled "liverwurst" in the US) with onions. I then have a breath that stinks but it sure tastes good!!

Northern California is getting slammed: any abandoned light hoses near you? That is where the ghosts are coming from.

Northern Califonia is 1600 miles form here in Texas, as the duck flies - that is twice the distance form the triple junction of Norway-Sweden-Finland and and Vãstervik, Sweden - also measured as the duck flies.

There are ducks all over the work. And swans. The Magellanic Flightless Steamer Duck is flightless and has developed "spurs" on it wigs as both an aggressive and defense adaptation. It has been know to kill other birds that enter its territory - either other ducks of the same species or just poor hapless sparrow who just wondered into the area. Poor birdies.

It sound as if the Viking took an Oden-worshiping duck to South America with them.

Don't forget the Southern Hemisphere swans, either.
 

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« Reply #402 on: 15/02/2009 19:47:53 »
We are having quite the storm.... It has been blowing and pounding all night... Boy oh Boy sounds like I am loosing shigles out there..I heard something very large and metalic sounding Fly past my bedroom window an hour ago.. and I don't believe it was the "Man of Steel".....ie x"Superman!" 
I will not be surprised if I find garbage cans from ten miles  away here tomorrow...It has both dogs stirred up pretty good...Sounds like I have Ghosts haunting my house as the wind bows through rattling all my old windows....
My drains have got a problem and the shower keeps gurgling in the night. It is a scary noise to be woken up too. Perhaps I have haunted drains.
 

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« Reply #403 on: 16/02/2009 08:06:44 »
Hey, where is dentstudent? The critter started this thread and just left it alone - what is wrong with the lad? Is his attention span this short? Is he that much of a LAMER? >>>



Sorry JB - I know you miss me when I'm not here. Let see, Valentine's day at 16:00. I had just finished skiing and was on my way to town to watch England lose to Wales at rugby.

There is a life beyond TNS!
 

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« Reply #404 on: 16/02/2009 20:42:25 »
But sadly very little life in the England national teams.
 

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« Reply #405 on: 16/02/2009 22:21:29 »
We are just glad that there is some life in you, Shazza. It would be so boring without you here to add some "spiciness" to the site, RE: sewing a penis to someones forehead - NOW THAT IS CLASS![/b} (For those unaware, just click this link!!!!)

http://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=20422.msg228438#msg228438

 

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« Reply #406 on: 17/02/2009 00:56:29 »
the rhino is a curious beast
it has such pretty hair
so when it goes to the village feast
it is given a proper chair
 

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« Reply #407 on: 17/02/2009 17:23:01 »
I think I went too far again!
 

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« Reply #408 on: 17/02/2009 20:32:05 »
You may have noticed that this is page 17. It was preceded by page 16 and, should life continue after today, it may well reach page 18.

That maths tutor was worth his weight in toxic waste.
 

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« Reply #409 on: 17/02/2009 23:17:41 »
I think I went too far again!

No, no, please keep it up - we need the amusement.

And we love you, dearie.

(He walks away, smirking.)
 

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« Reply #410 on: 17/02/2009 23:37:21 »
Boredom is getting to me. I think I need Beaver back. He adds to the spice of verbal sparring. Oh my god, I have spots on my stomach! where did they come from? I'm full of allergies today. I have been doing probably my last science show today. I think I'm allergic to small children. It is a good job I'm quitting. I was afraid of becoming a sad twisted children's entertainer.
 

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« Reply #411 on: 17/02/2009 23:41:36 »
For some reason Google must have thought I mean STD's because now I am getting ads to help stop anal/butt itching. Ewww.... [xx(] [xx(] [xx(]
That is indeed a serious issue.
 

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« Reply #412 on: 18/02/2009 03:21:55 »
Dude, that was nearly month ago!
 

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« Reply #413 on: 18/02/2009 03:50:46 »
That makes me just itching to jump in.
Ah, not there though..

The conversation I meant..

English is so hard.
 

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« Reply #414 on: 18/02/2009 03:55:21 »
Ah, speaking of conversations Mr. yor_on, it has been a while since we've last had one, no?
I applaude you for overcoming the urge to fall asleep.
Please join me on the couch.

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English is hard? How so?
You appear to have a very good grasp of it already. :)
 

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« Reply #415 on: 18/02/2009 08:28:26 »
I'm off to take a photo. Euphamism? Nope. Mephamism? Possibly.
 

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« Reply #416 on: 18/02/2009 08:56:25 »
Mepha- WHAT? ??????
 

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« Reply #417 on: 18/02/2009 10:05:20 »
You-phamism; Me-phamism.
 

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« Reply #418 on: 18/02/2009 10:06:00 »
Chemistry4Mephamism?
 

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« Reply #419 on: 18/02/2009 10:43:31 »
Theyphamism, wephamism.

I think it's time for a coffee and piece of cakephamism.
 

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« Reply #420 on: 18/02/2009 12:15:41 »
That makes me just itching to jump in.
Ah, not there though..

The conversation I meant..

English is so hard.

Speaking of itch.....I have a really anoying one on my left shoulder blade..which seems to move when I try to scratch it on the nearest wall corne or with m scissors... I cannot reach it with my right arm.. and my left arm has a bum shouler so cannot reach thusly.. so would you consider Jumping into a nice teleporter and come scratch this bloody annoying itch for me??? I can direct the movements of said itch if you are good at directions!
 

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« Reply #421 on: 18/02/2009 12:31:27 »
Karen, I can't help but getting strange associations here?
A bum?
Shouler??

Why does your bum have a shouler? And what is it?
I once said, that English is hard but now it's becoming impossible???

I will complain at my nearest consulate.
Hopefully we Swedes will be able to teach you a real language instead.

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I'm sorry Mr. Chem, that I missed the opportunity to talk with someone that appreciates and now how to handle the Queens English.
In a proper and, if I may say so, respectful manner. Perhaps, later?

Mr Dent also seems to have a way with words:)
Although I'm unsure in what tongue?


I have spoken.

(kind of 'imposant' that one, I'll think I'll keep it:)
((Or should it be? I'll try to think I'll keep it??::))
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« Reply #422 on: 18/02/2009 12:41:19 »
FOG ALERT
 

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« Reply #423 on: 18/02/2009 14:07:17 »
Karen, I can't help but getting strange associations here?
A bum?
Shoulder??

Why does your bum have a shoulder? And what is it?
I once said, that English is hard but now it's becoming impossible???

I will complain at my nearest consulate.
Hopefully we Swedes will be able to teach you a real language instead.

I DO APOLOGISE..lol!!  It does not have a shoulder.....Lol.... Here... in the manner I used the word " bum," it means, bad, injured, no good..kind of lame, flawed, defective, etc....Lol...
 

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« Reply #424 on: 18/02/2009 18:28:14 »
So dentstudent is speaking in tongues now. That is how I speak to my dentist. Is understanding your patient as they speak with your hand in their mouth on the curriculum?
 

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