Re: To be named....
150 posts • joined 22 Sep 2009
Welcome to Leicester - the town where Primark was about the only shop that got looted in the "riots".
Class? Never heard of it!
I'm sure the last sentence ended "fundraising goat" the first time I read the article...
Psychlos - nutters on bicycles?
Almost all of them, apparently. Scary page.
Gotta have blue cheese. And brown sauce.
Two words: Ker. Ching.
So why do I still want one?
Somewhere in the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers, if memory serves me correctly.
...or, if you're feeling particularly brave, a gentle pull on the handbrake will result in a decrease in speed with no obvious indication. The look on their face when they realise you're suddenly going a bit slower than they are can be priceless, I understand.
I do not endorse this kind of behaviour.
Indeed. I remember spending many an hour typing out a several-hundred line program from <insert name of forgotten magazine here>, only to get
SYNTAX ERROR AT LINE 60.
Ahhh, happy days!
You, sir, just made my day!
1) Is it waterproof and shark-friendly?
2) Could it power a laser?
The best sub-head ever!
Reminds of Men Behaving Badly.
Yes; in / on Magrathea. In outer space. Doi.
Fun AND good for you - not much else you can say that about these days!
About 0.3 standard nyans-worth.
That was a very reasonable and well-presented comment. Are you new here?
What scares me is not just the original post but that 2 people apparently agreed with it. What the fuckitting fuck? PLEASE tell me they didn't actually RTFA.
About 2.30 in the afternoon. I think it was on a Thursday.
Exactly the sort of determined journalism that keeps me coming back here - you don't get that kind of insight from the Beeb!
My right trouser pocket is my phone pocket; nothing else ever goes in there (apart from a little bit of fluff). I have yet to scratch, dent, mangle or otherwise damage a single bit of any phone so ner to you!
My hovercraft is full of eels.
Sorry - bad day. Mine's the one with a pocket full of dried frog pills.
Space is AWESOME! In the true sense, not the farcebook sense.
Saw a headline about this on the beeb this morning and thought "ah good, El Reg'll do this properly later."
Lester, for crimes against the English language, I sentence you to beer. Please keep up the good work!
True enough, but our tornadoes are shit.
That sounds worrying like a gubmint euphemism for "unlikely to actually get off the ground" or possibly "top of the pile when the next round of cuts are announced".
Apparently it can be a breach of the peace too :o(
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If Apple made electric cars, maybe.
And someone will make a better idiot.
Obama's signature says something unbelievably rude in Martian!
That is all.
NOW you tell me!
W-h-y... d-i-d... t-h-e-y... r-e-c-o-r-d... t-h-a-t... a-t... h-a-l-f... s-p-e-e-d? Weird.
Orbital death beams? What orbital death beams? Nobody mentioned orbital death beams. What aren't you telling us?
<-- Dooomed, I tell ye.
Read that post back through as if you're 14, making every third word or so a double-entendre and several of the steps are strikingly similar...
Apart from the smiling and the lack of clothes, yes.
That's unlike you guys!
It should be plain to see that humans frequently deal with the flood of emotions created by an event such as this with humour. It doesn't mean we don't feel sympathy for those affected.
<nelson muntz> Ha ha! <\nelson muntz>
But will it blend?
Makes you guys look like rank amateurs in the field of personal information dispersal!
Shirley you've got that the wrong way round. Didn't he turn gold into crap?
I was going to complain about someone complaining about my as-yet unformed complaint but I guess I now have to complain about the fact that I can't.
This is getting complicated. My brain hurts.