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Posted by Catigern (U14419012) on Tuesday, 20th December 2011
...does it take to change a lightbulb?
Answer: they wouldn't change the bulb - they'd rather sit around in the dark, wittering on about how wonderful the old, dead lightbulb was, how it was the One True Lightbulb and they had to defend its reputation for ever and ever, how it hadn't actually 'popped' at all - that was just Tudor propaganda - and how no replacement bulb could ever be any good at all...
Posted by Thomas (U15050473) on Tuesday, 20th December 2011
So what are you going to do in the light of the closing of these boards?
Posted by OUNUPA (U2078829) on Tuesday, 20th December 2011
Do you know how many men does it take to change a lightbulb ? None. Men aren't afraid of the dark...
Posted by raundsgirl (U2992430) on Tuesday, 20th December 2011
Catigern, you really are a hopeless case! The ship is slowly sinking beneath us and you are STILL obsessed with scoring points over the Ricardians!
I know you only do it to annoy because you know it teases, but as I have said before, it is unworthy.
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