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Post by sara666 » Mon Dec 23, 2013 1:12 am

Nifty Jess shoots and scores.

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Post by jessica_fletcher » Mon Dec 23, 2013 1:13 am

oh dear......

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Post by sara666 » Mon Dec 23, 2013 1:13 am

It did a "too soon" malarkey. A worthy adversary, well done Jess.

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Post by sara666 » Mon Dec 23, 2013 1:14 am

Anyway, night - sweet dreams!
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Post by pezworld » Mon Dec 23, 2013 1:35 am

Dammit, I was on top of that nifty with six posts to go, and my internet suddenly went down. Argh. This never happens.
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Post by rezuar » Mon Dec 23, 2013 6:41 am

Meh, the rugby players in that calender all look so plastic.
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Post by Tomska » Mon Dec 23, 2013 9:25 am

How about the Oxford women's rugby team...?

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Post by Lincoln » Mon Dec 23, 2013 10:17 am

jessica_fletcher wrote:Nicely done...by me! :twisted:

THWACK!

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Post by simon_in_exile » Mon Dec 23, 2013 4:23 pm

Interesting one tomska - there are many things I miss about living in Oxford. I wouldn't have considered the women's rugby team to be one of them...
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Post by jamesconnolly » Tue Dec 24, 2013 1:18 am

Nice
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Post by Iolar » Tue Mar 25, 2014 3:15 pm

Shouldn't this be in Famous Dishes?
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Post by defenestrator » Tue Mar 25, 2014 3:19 pm

You just can't get enough of me, you little butt licker. I feel sorry for you.
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Post by Homerj » Tue Mar 25, 2014 3:23 pm

defenestrator wrote:You just can't get enough of me, you little butt licker. I feel sorry for you.


Hey shouldn't you be warping the minds of young impressionable E Yurp children??
I guess class is over now, maybe tomorrow you should introduce some of the littlins' to the PS.
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Post by Iolar » Tue Mar 25, 2014 3:26 pm

defenestrator wrote:You just can't get enough of me, you little butt licker. I feel sorry for you.


It's a good thread, bedwetter. Whose butt am I supposedly licking? I think you might misunderstand the meaning of that expression. It's highly probable based on your record*.

*Not your criminal one, just your record of poor English usage.
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Post by defenestrator » Tue Mar 25, 2014 6:27 pm

Homerj wrote:
defenestrator wrote:You just can't get enough of me, you little butt licker. I feel sorry for you.


Hey shouldn't you be warping the minds of young impressionable E Yurp children??
I guess class is over now, maybe tomorrow you should introduce some of the littlins' to the PS.
Help them learn some NEW english words.
I bet butt licker has yet to make the ciriculum.


I don't goof around in class. I'm very serious and professional. It's part of my strategy. After a couple more weeks I will lighten up.
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Post by defenestrator » Tue Mar 25, 2014 6:32 pm

Iolar wrote:
defenestrator wrote:You just can't get enough of me, you little butt licker. I feel sorry for you.


It's a good thread, bedwetter. Whose butt am I supposedly licking? I think you might misunderstand the meaning of that expression. It's highly probable based on your record*.

*Not your criminal one, just your record of poor English usage.


Hahaha, you fuckin retard. Butt licker isn't the same as ass-licker. **schadenfreude**

I don't find your accusations of bed wetting insulting, because they aren't true. Jess just made it up, because she's a big phony. She's the one with the urinary tract problems. She thinks if she accuses others of it, it will take attention off her, but unfortunately for her it only makes me point out that she's the one who pisses the bed.
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Post by Chi_Rup » Tue Mar 25, 2014 6:40 pm

If you've learned anything from this, though, it's that people choose the version of the truth that they prefer. Bedwetting is just funnier when you do it, you might have to live with that.

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Post by Moethebartender » Wed Mar 26, 2014 3:12 pm

Is this whole thing really going to come down to which former Your Choicer actually wets the bed? Really? After all these posts and all this drama, this is how it's going to end? You're killing your own chances at the famous dishes. If this one doesn't make it, will any of your threads get in?
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Post by Iolar » Wed Mar 26, 2014 3:39 pm

Hahaha, you fuckin retard. Butt licker isn't the same as ass-licker. **schadenfreude**


What is the difference between the two? They're synonyms surely.

I've already told you that somebody with a condition comorbid to mental retardation shouldn't really be calling anybody a "retard", but it seems that you insist upon using it as a slur against everyone who disagrees with you.

I don't find your accusations of bed wetting insulting, because they aren't true.


Well, a bed-wetter who has been found out would say that. Everyone on the Shadow Stew is pretty adamant that you have wet the bed. I may be in receipt of pictorial evidence within the coming days from another reputable source. I won't be able to post it because it would be a breach of trust and be against the forum's charter rules, but I'll allude to the content of it, even specifically mention receipt of it every now and again. You know, the way you allude to content and specifically mention PM's regularly.
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Post by defenestrator » Wed Mar 26, 2014 6:32 pm

There are no photos of me pissing any beds, so i'm not worried. You'll notice jess ran off when I called her out for projecting her incontinence onto me. Funny, really. She thought she was being really clever, but she basically forced me to reveal her urinary problems. It was an idiotic move on her part.
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Moethebartender wrote:Is this whole thing really going to come down to which former Your Choicer actually wets the bed? Really? After all these posts and all this drama, this is how it's going to end? You're killing your own chances at the famous dishes. If this one doesn't make it, will any of your threads get in?

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defenestrator wrote:There are no photos of me pissing any beds, so i'm not worried. You'll notice jess ran off when I called her out for projecting her incontinence onto me. Funny, really. She thought she was being really clever, but she basically forced me to reveal her urinary problems. It was an idiotic move on her part.


Iolar's right, you really are a bit retarded.
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Post by jamesconnolly » Thu Mar 27, 2014 12:27 am

I thought this thread had been sent to hell in a handbasket.
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jamesconnolly wrote:I thought this thread had been sent to hell in a handbasket.

It was, a long time ago, it's still linked is all.

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a portal into hell is quite a serious matter, brother numse
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I could upload photos of defenestrator pissing, since he voluntarily published his IMEI earlier in this thread and thus surrendered control of his phone.


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As long as it's only the images of piss that stream onto your desktop ...
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[quote="emmeff"]I could upload photos of defenestrator pissing, since he voluntarily published his IMEI earlier in this thread and thus surrendered control of his phone.

The creepiest post of the month.
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The creepiest post of the month.


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Post by simon_in_exile » Thu Mar 27, 2014 1:52 pm

Well, a bed-wetter who has been found out would say that. Everyone on the Shadow Stew is pretty adamant that you have wet the bed.

Aaah the Shadow Stew..... full of lies and deceit (I heard it was some poor French expat girl's sofa that ended up soggy - the wetting of beds is a scurrilous rumour).
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The churchladies are in bully mode against IreFarm.
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rezuar wrote:
emmeff wrote:I could upload photos of defenestrator pissing, since he voluntarily published his IMEI earlier in this thread and thus surrendered control of his phone.

The creepiest post of the month.

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Felix, the biggest tutters on the stew are Moe and yourself.
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The flapster eunuch, queen of the churchladies, finds courage with the pack when they bully IreFarm, the unpopular kid.
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Tut tut
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When not bullying the uncool kid at the head of a pack of braying churchladies, the flapster eunuch Smashes racism with Corrective Capitalisation while we Stand In Awe.
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tut tut
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doveshit
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He is a victim who is being pwned by a churchlady mob. It's very Sad to watch.
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He makes Felix feel morally uplifted. And serves as a useful tool in the kind of vacuous ironic strifing that passes for his entertainment.

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Chi_Rup wrote:He makes Felix feel morally uplifted. And serves as a useful tool in the kind of vacuous ironic strifing that passes for his entertainment.


You edited.
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Post by defenestrator » Thu Mar 27, 2014 8:33 pm

I'm ubermensch. The churchladies are resentful of my masculinity and strength of character. They wish I was as weak and afraid as they are. I'll never feel guilty for beong ubermensch, and I pity the churchladies for the jealousy that seems to consume them.
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I should have figured this thread wasn't about London.

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You have a lot of reading ahead of you fishface.

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sara666 wrote:You have a lot of reading ahead of you fishface.


Summary: IreFarm is obnoxious and trolls. Churchladies take the bait, pwn him while pretending he posts in earnest. IreFarm enjoys, churchladies feel secure in ganging up on the Bad Person. Everyone is happy.
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Summary
Felix is the oracle of the stew; the three witches, with eye of newt. He speaks the truth and we should all bow, in fear.
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jamesconnolly wrote:Summary
Felix is the oracle of the stew; the three witches, with eye of newt. He speaks the truth and we should all bow, in fear.


Adequate Post.
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Post by emmeff » Sat Mar 29, 2014 7:58 am

You're more like a Greek chorus, hired to emote loudly from the sidelines in an effort to direct the response from the audience that the author desires.

But you've carefully overlooked your own bitter contributions to this thread, and the abuse hurled by the OP, and the OP's desperate fumbles to cover his tracks when he belatedly realises just how often he has betrayed the confidences of someone he claims to respect.

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