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Amanshu*
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Fri 5th May '06 1:34PM
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I was wondering. Does a thread need any point to it to be a thread, or would a collection of random words comments and items exist happily as a thread without anyone being the wiser?

Discuss.
   

Gertrude
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Fri 5th May '06 2:15PM
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I use thread when I sew buttons onto things. That thread has a point to it. As, indeed, does my needle.
 

Dregan
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Fri 5th May '06 2:37PM
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i like cake, it is good
    

Anonymous
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Fri 5th May '06 7:10PM
i am lugash.

your cat which was once a dog is now a cat again.

i am lugash.

Gertrude
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Apparently if you feed a camel too much protein, its hump will explode.
 

Amanshu*
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Mon 8th May '06 10:44AM
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But only on a wednesday
   

Mildred
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my cat phoebe eats mashed potato, leeks in cheese sauce, and beansprouts. Oh and cucumber.
 

Gertrude
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Ooh look! There's a pigeon sitting on my fence.

Fat Pigeon.
 

Mildred
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Virginia Woolf had a dog called Shag.
 

Amanshu*
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Mildred was bold enough to comment:
my cat phoebe eats mashed potato, leeks in cheese sauce, and beansprouts. Oh and cucumber.



How on earth did you discover this fact? It seems a rather random thing to try feeding your cat potato and leaks in cheese sauce. Actually to be honest I find the concept of making potato and leeks in cheese sauce rather weird. But then I don't like leeks, so that would probably explain it.
   

Clara
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Tue 9th May '06 3:11PM
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Amanshu was bold enough to comment:

But then I don't like leeks, so that would probably explain it.



You don't like leeks?! Strange Amanshu!
 

Amanshu*
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Nope. Thery're all wet and drippy.
   

Demian*
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My cat used to eat curry. Including vindaloos, she'd slurp it up.
  

Malcolm*
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Tue 9th May '06 4:58PM
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Mildred, I put it to you that you don't have a cat. This thread may be unconnected, but that doesn't mean you can get away with sheer falsehoodiness.
   

Demian*
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Tue 9th May '06 5:05PM
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Aren't all thoughts sudden
  

Malcolm*
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Tue 9th May '06 5:15PM
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No - I get three working days' written warning for each of mine. Takes a while to get through the paperwork each day, but it's these checks and balances that keeps the system fair and democratic.
   

Mildred
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Malcolm was bold enough to comment:
Mildred, I put it to you that you don't have a cat. This thread may be unconnected, but that doesn't mean you can get away with sheer falsehoodiness.



Malcolm, this is an outrageous accusation given that you know perfectly well that I have a cat (in fact, 2 cats), since the fact of these cats existence prevented you from staying at my house last October! Cast your mind back, if you will!

And now you deny all knowledge of them, the poor overlooked beasts! Outrageous! I am now going to Prove the Existence of The Cat in Question by Texting you a Photograph of the Aforementioned Cat, and then you will have to concede I do indeed own a cat!

Ha!

(Loo rahhh can also vouch for the existence of the cats)
 

Diziet
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its hot. oh so hot.

its so hot i can see through time. i can see june 2006 and, yes, its just as i predicted. once again i will enjoy a fleeting interest in football.

come on you....reds?


Amanshu*
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Wed 10th May '06 3:47PM
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Red is the colour of stop. Red is the colour of blood.

It is also the colour of passion.

I like Red.

I also like Blue, Green and Yellow as well.
   

Clara
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Wed 10th May '06 3:49PM
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Bottles of gin can be green... Vodka ones are clear...
 

Kelly*
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Irish Brown Soda Bread

Submitted by: Andrea Doyle

"Having seen all the recipes purporting to be 'Irish Soda Bread' I felt that I needed to send you the real Irish recipe for this wonderful bread. It never has currants or caraway seeds and is the simplest recipe ever. Because it must only be handled very lightly, it can never be made in a bread machine."

Original recipe yield: 4 - 10 ounce loaves.
Prep Time:10 MinutesCook Time:45 MinutesReady In:55 MinutesServings:12 (change)

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INGREDIENTS:
4 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup bread flour
1/3 cup rolled oats
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
2 1/2 cups buttermilk

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DIRECTIONS:
Preheat oven to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C). Lightly grease two baking sheets.
In a large bowl, stir together whole wheat flour, white flour, rolled oats, baking soda and salt. Gently mix in the buttermilk until a soft dough is formed. Knead very lightly. Divide dough into 4 pieces; form into rounded flat loaves. Mark each loaf with an 'X' and place on prepared baking sheets.
Bake in preheated oven until golden brown, about 30 to 45 minutes.
   

Demian*
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Wed 10th May '06 8:26PM
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Swoop*
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Mildred was bold enough to comment:

Malcolm, this is an outrageous accusation given that you know perfectly well that I have a cat (in fact, 2 cats), since the fact of these cats existence prevented you from staying at my house last October! Cast your mind back, if you will!


Malcolm, I strongly urge you not to cast your mind back at all, but instead leave it ensconced within the safety of your skull.

However MY cat crocheted his own flute and is at this very minute playing a jaunty tune of his own devising.
 

Diziet
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Wed 10th May '06 8:36PM
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Demian was bold enough to comment:




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Amanshu*
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Thu 11th May '06 7:36PM
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Unfortunately that would only make sense if the truth really was out there. But don't worry about it too much.
   

Diziet
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Diziet was bold enough to comment:


Demian was bold enough to comment:




this photo has this photo has this photo has this photo has this photo has help me help me photo this has help me this photo has help this photo help me...



...this photo has hurt my brain!



Clara
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Fri 12th May '06 3:34PM
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HAILSTONES!!!
 

Malcolm*
My ape goosed a Bishop. Who are you?
Fri 12th May '06 4:27PM
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HAIL CAESAR!
   

Kelly*
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Fri 12th May '06 4:39PM
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CAESAR STONES!
   

Malcolm*
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Fri 12th May '06 4:50PM
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HEIL.... er, no, maybe not.
   

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