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  • Message 1. 

    Posted by Minihohum (U14070767) on Sunday, 4th March 2012


    PIP: Mum, Dad, I know the farm's on its uppers and your marriage is on the rocks, but if you could just listen to me constantly for about an hour I'll show you the facebook page I made for Hassle the Hassett Hills celebrity lamb.

    RUTH: Ooh nooo pet, I knoo you mean well, but I just haven't got time to listen to you noo, ah've got to burst inta tears aboot the coos.

    PIP: But look, Dad, he's got like a celebrity lifestyle and eVerything. There's even a section called "Pimp My Fold" -

    DAVID: No your Mum's right, Pipsqueak, I mean I haven't talked to her directly for weeks, but I know she's really busy wasting her time on the herd and squandering your inheritance, and I've got my work cut out just sounding tired and short-tempered all the time. Tell you what, you go and bully your brothers for a bit and then take some drugs, OK?

    PIP: Oh Dad you're such an old fuddy-duddy!

    Etc. Etc.

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  • Message 2

    , in reply to message 1.

    Posted by Pahnda (U14681704) on Sunday, 4th March 2012

    Alternative Archers, love it Mini!

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  • Message 3

    , in reply to message 1.

    Posted by Star (U14326177) on Thursday, 8th March 2012

    Pip: But dad I have such ideas for the future. I gave up normal things like taking drugs, drinking shots and generaly giving you grief that normal parents experience. I become a pathalogical bore with no personality and still you and mum can't get on.

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