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Pete in Lincs    6,278

Aha! Gotcha!

I could have ignored it but that would be rude. Or ignorant. One of the two.

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Bonhoff    1,383
On 12/09/2017 at 7:36 PM, Max Headroom said:

Am i the first to combine :ignore: with the :penguin:of reprobation?

 

Trevor

I thought that the :penguin:of reprobation was banned under the Geneva Convention....

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Pete in Lincs    6,278

Penguins in Geneva?

It's a new Ice Age!

Run for the hills!

 

Sorry, paranoia kicked in. Ignore the above.

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Pete in Lincs    6,278

There's a perfectly simple explanation.

But I'm going to ignore it and think about bunny rabbits instead.

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Max Headroom    5,963
2 hours ago, Pete in Lincs said:

Penguins in Geneva?

It's a new Ice Age!

Run for the hills!

 

Sorry, paranoia kicked in. Ignore the above.

Alpine penguins can't run because of the steep slopes and their webbed feet.

 

Trevor

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Tzulscha    1,180

Here is something ya'll don't really need to see:

 

 

 

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Please :ignore:

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Black Knight    3,593
2 hours ago, Bonhoff said:

I thought that the :penguin:of reprobation was banned under the Geneva Convention....

No, it was the Tobleroning of pensioners was forbidden, unless they agreed to having mint & rum ice cream for supper

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Beardie    4,704

Tobleroning of pensioners? That sounds like something horrible, deviant and should not be ignored unless it is between consenting OAP's

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bentwaters81tfw    6,527
10 minutes ago, depressed lemur said:

used to be a pleasure until they spaced out all the triangle bits.  Now it hurts more

:tmi:

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Tony C    419

That wouldn't be Squidly Diddly would it.

 

Never took to him but Danger Mouse or the Magic Roundabout, now we're talking!

 

:ignore: the Squidly, I say...

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Black Knight    3,593
1 hour ago, depressed lemur said:

used to be a pleasure until they spaced out all the triangle bits.  Now it hurts more

do you report from personal experience?

 

a masochist and a sadist meet up at a party

went back to one's flat

the masochist stripped off and said 'right, now hurt me'

the sadist said 'no'

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Beardie    4,704

I believe that blue creature is a Mr Meeseeks from the rather funny and entertaining 'Rick and Morty'. This is worth not ignoring as it is rather entertaining once you get used to it.

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Black Knight    3,593
10 minutes ago, Beardie said:

This is worth not ignoring as it is rather entertaining once you get used to it.

NOT Ignoring?!?!

Get outta here you heathen you!

This is the :ignore: area!

Everything here MUST be :ignore:'d

 

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Thud4444    860
1 hour ago, Beardie said:

I believe that blue creature is a Mr Meeseeks from the rather funny and entertaining 'Rick and Morty'. This is worth not ignoring as it is rather entertaining once you get used to it.

 

 

This ones for you, man.

 

 

 

 

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Beardie    4,704

The perfect cartoon for a cynic with a taste for science and nonsense :thumbsup:

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TonyTiger66    5,626

IMG_6818.gif

 

IMG_6820.gif

 

:ignore:

 

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