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    Melle Faitunblog, YOU are in the hot seat!!

    1. Does eating potatoes make you feel at home?
    2. Why do the Russians you know have a fascination with biting people?
    3. Why do you like Russia?
    4. Do you drink daily?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah06 View Post
    1. Does eating potatoes make you feel at home?
    2. Why do the Russians you know have a fascination with biting people?
    3. Why do you like Russia?
    4. Do you drink daily?
    In Ireland, we prefer to throw potatoes at each other now as we have no fear of a future famine thanks to Mc Donalds.

    Russians have a fascination with biting people because they were very hungry during the siege of Leningrad

    Sexy Russian accents, fur and the general disregard for personal hygiene

    Yes, daily, the recommended amount of 2 litres, as prescribed by the WHO

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    1) Can YOU explain string theory? ( Sarah couldn't )

    2) Are you a member of any secret clubs?

    3) what a hypotonuse? and who cares about it square?

    4) when will it snow? ever again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mds45 View Post
    1) Can YOU explain string theory? ( Sarah couldn't )

    2) Are you a member of any secret clubs?

    3) what a hypotonuse? and who cares about it square?

    4) when will it snow? ever again?
    String theory has fallen out of favour/favor; better to ask about 'multiple universes'

    Hypotenuse is too easy. Try tesseract



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    Quote Originally Posted by robertmf View Post
    Try tesseract
    @ Melle
    Did you ever read this book?

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    [QUOTE=drtnsnw;926316]Why do you speak with a funny accent?

    Who's better, me or anybody else?

    Where do babies come from?

    1. I didn't realize speaking articulately was "funny"

    2. I am obviously the best, George best is a close second, followed by my local tramp. You are fourth, should everybody else die

    3. Babies blossom in the prostate and are evacuated by the urethra

    Drtsnw, you are welcome.

    Melle Faitunblog, educating the masses

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    Describe "gangland"

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    Quote Originally Posted by xSnoofovich View Post
    @ Melle
    Did you ever read this book?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mds45 View Post
    1) Can YOU explain string theory? ( Sarah couldn't )

    2) Are you a member of any secret clubs?

    3) what a hypotonuse? and who cares about it square?

    4) when will it snow? ever again?
    String theory is indeed obsolete. It's all about schroedinger's cat, neutrino inhabiting civilizations and ball lightning.

    I am a member of a secret club, but I am sworn to secrecy so if I do not reply to any more interrogations in the next few days, assume that I have been punished for my verbal diarrhea and inform both the Irish embassy and my family.

    The hypotenuse is an innovative form of medieval flaying, perfected by the Tatars using very straight birch twigs. Conclusion, only the tatars and the birch trees care if it's square.

    It will snow, I have a bottle of vodka and a how to book of creative snow sculpting on stand by. You are of course invited to participate in the world's largest penis sculpture, park gorki, January 5th

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    Quote Originally Posted by xSnoofovich View Post
    @ Melle
    Did you ever read this book?

    Reading is for the educated. I prefer to practice licking my elbow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pops View Post
    Describe "gangland"
    I think you forgot the "bang" in that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melle Faitunblog View Post
    String theory is indeed obsolete. It's all about schroedinger's cat, neutrino inhabiting civilizations and ball lightning.

    I am a member of a secret club, but I am sworn to secrecy so if I do not reply to any more interrogations in the next few days, assume that I have been punished for my verbal diarrhea and inform both the Irish embassy and my family.

    The hypotenuse is an innovative form of medieval flaying, perfected by the Tatars using very straight birch twigs. Conclusion, only the tatars and the birch trees care if it's square.

    It will snow, I have a bottle of vodka and a how to book of creative snow sculpting on stand by. You are of course invited to participate in the world's largest penis sculpture, park gorki, January 5th

    When I said strings of course I meant Thongs!!!!! Robertmf try not to be so smart
    Hypotenuse is an animal living in Africa
    It will now when the space monkeys say so

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melle Faitunblog View Post
    String theory is indeed obsolete. It's all about schroedinger's cat, neutrino inhabiting civilizations and ball lightning.

    Do you like housecats

    Why does an like you know about Schrödinger's Cat

    (n.b. The prefix & preface are especially good & confusing)

    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Search-Schr%C3%B6dingers-Cat-Quantum-Physics/dp/0553342533/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1322505864&sr=1-1"]Amazon.com: In Search of Schrödinger's Cat: Quantum Physics and Reality (9780553341034): John Gribbin: Books@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51jP5WC9brL.@@AMEPARAM@@51jP5WC9brL[/ame]


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    I feel like I am eavesdropping on a private chat...

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    Can't you give us a free link, rather than an an Amazon advert? We might try and read it then.


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