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Quote from: JimBob on 16/03/2009 02:23:53I suspect this to be a fake ... [ Invalid Attachment ] Me too. 
I suspect this to be a fake ...
I suspect this to be a fake as the kid is resting his left arm on his knee.
Your remark properly belongs in this thread:http://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=21212.0
So, did you get 'er done? The mud cleaning that is.
Quote from: JimBob on 16/03/2009 03:36:31So, did you get 'er done? The mud cleaning that is.I had no idea until that point why there is a hose spigot inside of my house. It was very well planned. The horse bridle in the attic is disconcerting though.
You need help, Jim.
Rebecca Loos? Who?
OUTRAGED viewers blasted TV channel Five yesterday for showing David Beckham scandal girl http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rebecca_Loos [Links inactive - To make links active and clickable, login or click here to register] pleasuring a PIG.The brunette, 27, stimulated the boar for ten minutes as she collected a flask of semen to inseminate sows.
Ones a boar, the other's a bore...but which is which?
Quote from: DoctorBeaver on 19/03/2009 01:26:50QuoteHeston BluminekksWho?She is hallucinating again. It was a Weight-Watchers advert.
Did anyone see Heston Bluminekks exploding pig on the TV the other night. His diners nearly pooped themselves
Heston Blumenthal has shut the award-winning eatery - described in 2005 as the "the best place to eat on earth" - after up to 40 diners called in to say they were feeling unwell.
Then all 70 staff - including 40 chefs - were sent away to give stool samples, Blumenthal revealed.
Winter vomiting bug hit Blumenthal4 hours agoThe mysterious health scare that led to the closure of Heston Blumenthal's award-winning restaurant may have been caused by the norovirus bug.The chef temporarily shut The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, for two weeks as a precaution after 40 diners fell ill.Norovirus is commonly known as the "winter vomiting disease". Blumenthal said the cause was "categorically not food poisoning".
Is this the same as SWINE flu?