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(Yahoo)   Crack journalists at British literary magazine discover "personal ads" attract a lot of "weirdos." Nigel Romero has the story   ( divider line
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1972 clicks; posted to Main » on 04 Nov 2006 at 7:57 PM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2006-11-04 8:01:00 PM  
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Did somebody say crack?
2006-11-04 8:02:12 PM  
And you should see the amount of spam they have to contend with.
2006-11-04 8:02:34 PM  
Capital joke old sport.
2006-11-04 8:02:34 PM  
These journalists have obviously never spent any appreciable time on Craigslist.
2006-11-04 8:05:03 PM  
That's *Sir* Nigel.
2006-11-04 8:05:10 PM  
"Nigel" is a stereotypical English name.
More news on the 30's.
2006-11-04 8:07:50 PM  
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2006-11-04 8:12:35 PM  
nice headline...
2006-11-04 8:14:29 PM  
I see what you did there, subby, and I rewarded you with +1.
2006-11-04 8:15:57 PM  
+1 for the headline!
2006-11-04 8:16:24 PM  
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she's working hard on the story...
2006-11-04 8:18:44 PM  
Someone must whip up an English version of the Ric....
2006-11-04 8:20:06 PM  
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Mr. Bond! I say, Mr. Bond! Nigel Smallfawcet, British Embassy Nassau.

2006-11-04 8:25:24 PM  
Lister: "Holly, how long was I in stasis?"
Holly: "Just over three million years."
Lister: "Three million years! I still have that library book."
2006-11-04 8:25:36 PM  
I second that, RamirezTheScot. The next photoshop contest?
2006-11-04 8:25:47 PM  
Notices on the 'Internet' generate a ghastly amount of nerdowells!

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2006-11-04 8:26:28 PM  
Damn, wrong thread...
2006-11-04 8:28:10 PM  
...just like women in bars attract a lot of pigs?
2006-11-04 8:29:01 PM  
Dammit doombot, there goes my keyboard.
2006-11-04 8:30:55 PM  
Awesome, doombot.
2006-11-04 8:31:18 PM  
LMAO, doombot
2006-11-04 8:33:03 PM  
bloody well roight water is fookin wet ya haggis lovin poof!
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tonight ah eleven i fook ya mother!

2006-11-04 8:34:00 PM  
Thank you! =)
2006-11-04 8:59:35 PM  
I would have gone with Dick, Dick Romero.
2006-11-04 9:01:04 PM  
tonight ah eleven i fook ya mother!

Okay... I laughed until I drooled. Now there's a wet spot underneath my desk, thank you very much.
2006-11-04 9:14:14 PM  
doombot owes me a new keyboard.

Mike_Bolton, however, will recieve the doctor's bill for the arm that I broke while attempting to ROFL in an office chair.

Remember kids, always ROFL in a clear area with no sharp objects.

/Not really... my arm's fine. But had I been sitting in an office chair, it wouldn't be.
2006-11-04 9:44:11 PM  
I came in here to post a request that someone PS a very british looking Ric. WTG doombot, lol. You win at teh intarwebs.
2006-11-04 10:00:40 PM  
I say doombot, rather good show!
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