Remember our twin, FFUK-British Isles?

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  1. ben_ethus Jedi Master

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    Greetings, blokes.

    stateless... That's what you do when your shirts get all wrinkly. It helps get them un-wrinkly.

    Tries not to wear wrinkly shirts,
    Yours Truly

  2. strangebehaviour Jedi Grand Master

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    [face_laugh]

    Brian has such a way with words!

    hello everyone! :D


    and malkie, if I ever do get to London anytime soon, I will definitely let you know beforehand! :)
  3. Yoshee RSA FFUK/EUROPE, CR Emeritus: London

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    Damn it...all the good jokes are taken :_|
  4. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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  5. ben_ethus Jedi Master

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    Greetings, blokes.

    As posted by Yoshee...
    Damn it...all the good jokes are taken :_|


    *flex*

    That's right... Who's your male parental unit? Who's your male parental unit!!!

    Needs to eat food before his stomach collapses in on itself,
    Yours Truly
  6. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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  7. stateless Jedi Master

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    Is that ?[face_plain] as in you don't get it or ?[face_plain] as in you don't know who your daddy is?

  8. ben_ethus Jedi Master

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    Greetings, blokes.

    Yeah, that joke is funnier in person when you say it out loud. It doesn't really translate all that well into text, I must say.

    Glad that someone got it, though... :)

    Is really going to get food now,
    Yours Truly

    P.S. Of course, my message assumes that SithLordDarthRichie know who his daddy is. If not, then... uh... oops... ;)
  9. malkieD2 Ex-Manager and RSA

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    I know who the daddy is...............its me!
  10. Yoshee RSA FFUK/EUROPE, CR Emeritus: London

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    Malkie....your ...my Daddy? :eek:

    Now there's a revelation!
  11. malkieD2 Ex-Manager and RSA

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    yes Yoshi..........*I* am your father.
  12. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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  13. Yoshee RSA FFUK/EUROPE, CR Emeritus: London

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    Well...as long as it doesn't turn out, that Richie is my long lost twin sister.......
  14. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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  15. HanJones Force Ghost

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    Malkie wrote:

    Do you own a collection of guns, have bull horns on your car and eat at McDonalds every night ?

    Yes, I've got a lot of guns. Guns, guns, and more guns. Pistols, machine guns, even paintball guns. Water pistols, you name it.....

    I wrestled the horns right off the bull myself and plopped them right down on the hood of my 1967 Cadillac convertible. Elvis and J.R. Ewing would be proud of me.

    I only eat lunch at McDonalds every day, not my dinner.........

    :)
  16. Yoshee RSA FFUK/EUROPE, CR Emeritus: London

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    Dinner at Burger King right?
  17. MuttandSolo Jedi Master

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    [Stateless]What is irony?[/Stateless]

    Now that's irony! :D
  18. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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  19. HanJones Force Ghost

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    Of course it is dinner at Burger King. But I don't eat the buns. I get their new bunless Whopper. Atkins diet, don't you know.......... ;)
  20. SithLordDarthRichie London CR

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    A lack of carbohydrates is not good for you
  21. strangebehaviour Jedi Grand Master

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    It's not? but the media says carbs are bad for you so it must be true!
  22. Wolfdog Jedi Knight

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    Actually, carbs are good for you. It's protien that isn't. There's no way around it: Fruits, vegetables and grains are good. Candy, steaks and hamburgers are bad.
  23. ben_ethus Jedi Master

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    Greetings, blokes.

    As posted by Wolfdog...
    There's no way around it: Fruits, vegetables and grains are good. Candy, steaks and hamburgers are bad.


    Candy, steaks, and hamburgers are only bad for the body. They can be very beneficial to the soul. "Soul food," if you will. Like that book.

    Or that show.

    Or that wacky game show where they force those people to eat things and answer questions about religion while their mouths are full of food and whoever speaks the most intelligibly without spitting crumbs all over the place wins tons of money and fabulous prizes.

    I should be eating dinner,
    Yours Truly
  24. Darth_Stalker Jedi Master

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    Wolfdog, where did you here that protein is bad for you? Its actually VERY good for you. I'm fairly healthy and I consume lots of protein. I'll challenge any vegetarian to an armwrestling match.
  25. Wolfdog Jedi Knight

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    Let me rephrase...

    Protien in of itself is good for you in reasonable quantities. Animal meat is bad for you. Well, red meat is. Chicken isn't much better. Fish is somewhat okay. The problem is most meat is rich in fats. Studies have shown again and again that people thin people tend to eat more complex carbs, while larger people tend to eat more protien. You can check out an article on it here. If you want more protien without the fat, you need to go more soy. It's true we need protien to fuel our brains, but in prehistoric times food was scare, that meat was your only real source of protien. It's only been recently (the last 10,000 years compared to the 250,000 that we've been on the planet) that we've develpoed agricultural skills and even more recently that there've been places (developed nations) that've had the problem of people being overweight. (amazing what you can learn when you work for The Discovery Channel)
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