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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Face-Palm went out of business.
    In this thread it was replaced by headslapping, but in more of a beat yourself up and knock yourself out kind of way.
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    She may have aids, but Iowa isnt kentucky either.

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    Throne, absolutely gigantic jewel encrusted throne, creaking under all of the weight it has to bear. :the quickening:
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    Re: The Golden Chair

    Why has not thread this deaded 12 years prior to now?
    Zeegnahtuer?

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    Good point!
    All men have an inherent right to life, the right to self determination including freedom from forced or compulsory labour, a right to hold opinions and the freedom of expression, and the right to a fair trial and freedom from torture. Be aware that these rights are universal and inalienable (cannot be given, taken or otherwise transferred or removed) although you do risk losing the aforementioned rights should you fail to uphold them e.g Charles Taylor; United Nations sources: http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/, http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Professional...ages/CCPR.aspx. Also Charles I was beheaded on the 30th of January of 1649 for trying to replace parliamentary democracy with an absolute monarchy, the same should happen to Dr Phil and Stephen Fry; source: http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.p...ute-Monarchism.

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    Because if it dies, anyone who posted in it Will Get The FluggergenHeimen
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    Re: The Golden Chair

    From Post #19 on the very first page:
    Quote Originally Posted by Gaffer
    Houndstooth marzipan. HAHAHAHAHAHA. Feltch me a bugger
    Now, I did not know what Feltch means, so I had to look it up:
    http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_feltch_mean

    I didn't look for a youtube video for that, let me tell you!
    However, it does sum up the Golden Chair thread sucksinktly, I think!!
    Now why would you not want to stop that???

    I think it also means that anyone staying in the thread, are those, that will, in fact of the matter, get the FluggergenHeimen:
    Last edited by Witis; Feb 19th, 2013 at 09:44 PM.
    All men have an inherent right to life, the right to self determination including freedom from forced or compulsory labour, a right to hold opinions and the freedom of expression, and the right to a fair trial and freedom from torture. Be aware that these rights are universal and inalienable (cannot be given, taken or otherwise transferred or removed) although you do risk losing the aforementioned rights should you fail to uphold them e.g Charles Taylor; United Nations sources: http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/, http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Professional...ages/CCPR.aspx. Also Charles I was beheaded on the 30th of January of 1649 for trying to replace parliamentary democracy with an absolute monarchy, the same should happen to Dr Phil and Stephen Fry; source: http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.p...ute-Monarchism.

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    I shall give Witis one collapsible haddock.
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    That would be the barnacles.

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    That brings a whole new meaning to "Fletch" Fletch, used to mean the art of making arrows or bows. Now, im going to go vomit.
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    Mourn Chevy Chase. Mourn, I say.
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    Fillets of haddock and fletch: lightly seasoned and grilled, battered, thinly sliced raw with catnip, and, of course, piscine pie!
    Last edited by Witis; Feb 21st, 2013 at 10:04 AM.
    All men have an inherent right to life, the right to self determination including freedom from forced or compulsory labour, a right to hold opinions and the freedom of expression, and the right to a fair trial and freedom from torture. Be aware that these rights are universal and inalienable (cannot be given, taken or otherwise transferred or removed) although you do risk losing the aforementioned rights should you fail to uphold them e.g Charles Taylor; United Nations sources: http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/, http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Professional...ages/CCPR.aspx. Also Charles I was beheaded on the 30th of January of 1649 for trying to replace parliamentary democracy with an absolute monarchy, the same should happen to Dr Phil and Stephen Fry; source: http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.p...ute-Monarchism.

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    Question about making update converting capture switch...
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    Answer about making convertible hatchback switch...
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    And to think, this almost made it off the front page again.
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    Hear ye, all who wear their mother's brother and who flutter the stutter.

    It was about time that the wind gave in into the darkness of the unbeknownst.

    Count me shattered while I brush my otter; potato does wonders for your walls, did you know?

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    You are necromancing the Fletch thread!
    Last edited by Witis; Mar 18th, 2013 at 12:39 PM. Reason: clarification
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    Your artichoke has overwhelmed my attack-hat. :rumble:
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    I raise your artichoke with Claire Balding naked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonker Gudd View Post
    I raise your artichoke with Claire Balding naked.
    Im amazed Bonker hasnt posted in The State of VBForums reunion thread. Another old time member pops out of his cave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonker Gudd View Post
    I raise your artichoke with Claire Balding naked.
    I raise your Claire Balding with a Julius Caesar.
    I seem to remember July was very concerned about going prematurely bald.
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    This is not the time for Bovril.
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    Sweet mother of your manhood. Where did the mariachi band with the waxed nostrils go?
    Delete it. They just clutter threads anyway.

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    Gaius Suetonius, who wrote "De vita Caesarum" (literal trans.: On the Life of the Caesars) in 121 C.E described Caesar as "semi-bald. Due to embarrassment regarding his premature baldness, Caesar combed his hair over and forward so as to hide this baldness." Moreover "Cassius Dio adds that Caesar wore the laurel wreath 'wherever and whenever,' excusing this as a cover to his baldness".

    Next the Baltimore Sun in an article titled "The bald truth about Caesar" mentions the "Hairy Ears Scandal" which focused on "the discovery that though Caesar's head was utterly bare, hair grew profusely in his ears".
    The Sun goes on to say that:
    Quote Originally Posted by Baltimore Sun - The bald truth about Caesar
    The findings were first published in the Journal of the American Tonsorial Anthropological Association. They result from years of research by a team of tonsorial anthropologists at the University of California at Twentynine Palms. Through ingenious use of isotopes and electronic microscopy the team was able to create computer-enhanced pictures of Caesar's hairline.
    Dr. Emmeline Granger, professor of antique tonsoriology at U.C. Twentynine Palms, refused to believe the first enhancements. "So destitute of hair was the Caesarean skull enhancement," she writes, "that we at first suspected the data we had subjected to isotopical and electronic-microscopical analysis were not Caesarean at all. The total absence of follicle apertures anywhere in the computer enhancement seemed more consistent with granite than with human scalp structure."
    Sources:
    1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Twelve_Caesars
    2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roman_triumph
    3. http://articles.baltimoresun.com/199...playing-caesar
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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleDuncan View Post
    This is not the time for Bovril.
    Of course not, it's Romeover time!!
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    Peet har spist min skjeen.
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    Wilkomen, Bienvenue, Shave your toenails before marching the carpet.
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    Well that is quite the surprise. I'll wait this one out, and will waffle out those bread sticks later. Off you go now.
    Delete it. They just clutter threads anyway.

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    Emeli Sande has borrowed my meandering spleen.
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    It's only this time of year that earth's crust is as nimble as a cactus.
    Delete it. They just clutter threads anyway.

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    Who was the baddest Emperor the Roman's ever had????
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    Unlike your comment in my other thread the golden lack of hair thread is actually a moribund thread, or more correctly the most obvious case of nigromancy I have ever seen!
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    They also serve who misunderstand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    They also serve who misunderstand.
    I can't parse that statement; was that an example of the nonsense you referred to in post #3153?
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    I personally had a wonderful time beating the dead horse. Always die before you try!
    Delete it. They just clutter threads anyway.

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    Why try? It makes no nevermind. Words like vapor are when heads with vapor filled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Why try? It makes no nevermind. Words like vapor are when heads with vapor filled.
    Can you tell me: what class full roaming vapor are you exactly????
    All men have an inherent right to life, the right to self determination including freedom from forced or compulsory labour, a right to hold opinions and the freedom of expression, and the right to a fair trial and freedom from torture. Be aware that these rights are universal and inalienable (cannot be given, taken or otherwise transferred or removed) although you do risk losing the aforementioned rights should you fail to uphold them e.g Charles Taylor; United Nations sources: http://www.un.org/en/documents/udhr/, http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Professional...ages/CCPR.aspx. Also Charles I was beheaded on the 30th of January of 1649 for trying to replace parliamentary democracy with an absolute monarchy, the same should happen to Dr Phil and Stephen Fry; source: http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.p...ute-Monarchism.

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    Is the class half full, or is the partial class half Nothing?

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