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Re: Who will have the last word?

Thu, Apr 25 2019 12:13 AM by craigswan. 7,348 replies.
  • craigswan United Kingdom
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    Fri, Mar 22 2019 2:04 AM

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    Fri, Mar 22 2019 3:55 AM

    unlucky .

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  • craigswan United Kingdom
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    Sat, Mar 23 2019 1:06 AM

    The first silicone breast implant surgery was performed on a dog named Esmeralda.

    Formerly known as Esteban.

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  • craigswan United Kingdom
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    Sat, Mar 23 2019 1:09 AM

    What does the S on Superman's chest stand for? (Hint: It's not Super!)

    Wow, I  need to get out more

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    Sat, Mar 23 2019 1:11 AM

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  • craigswan United Kingdom
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    Sun, Mar 24 2019 4:09 AM

    In 1997, 62 shipping containers full of 4.8 million LEGO pieces fell off a boat and have since been washing up on UK shores.

    We have been picking up Lego from the spill for the last 22 years and still find it virtually every day during our twice daily beach cleans.

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  • craigswan United Kingdom
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    Sun, Mar 24 2019 4:13 AM

    Word of the day - TIDSOPTIMIST (Swedish): a person who's habitually late because they think they have more time than they actually do.

    That's me. Overdue at birth, and late ever since!

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  • craigswan United Kingdom
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    Sun, Mar 24 2019 6:26 AM

    My wife left me because I’m too insecure

    No wait, she’s back. She just went to make a cup of tea.

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    Sun, Mar 24 2019 6:28 AM

    Breaking News: Bill Gates has agreed to pay for Trump’s wall

    On the condition he gets to install windows .

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  • craigswan United Kingdom
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    Mon, Mar 25 2019 1:01 AM

    Word of the day: GLUGGAVEÐUR (Icelandic) - Weather that looks lovely from inside your house, but is horrible to be outside in.

    In Canadian, the word for that is 'January' or 'February.'

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