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Old 07-17-2012, 06:03 AM   #21
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harry, memorize it and use it. it works. i promise.

not on her madgesty, though. bolas has his own svengali thing going on.
i'll give it a go tom,not on stripper night tho'.more than one syllable & they're lost......which ain't such a bad thing!
madge? bolas wouldn't get to the end of line one.....she'd deck him for fun!!
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Old 07-17-2012, 06:06 AM   #22
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lol, she's cut from the same cloth as my wife, lucy.

which, btw, is short for lucifer.

no one told me back then.
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lol, she's cut from the same cloth as my wife, lucy.

which, btw, is short for lucifer.

no one told me back then.
they never do mate,it's a form of entertainment.my ex,you know,the one who is STILL,talking to the griddle pan? well,after we split her sister told me her nickname in the family was "the black widow"....i did start to say "well.why didn't you........." then thought nah,can't be arsed!!(ancient anglo saxon phrase for "awww,f*ckit!")
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Good luck on the next ladyboys night out Humperdinck.
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Old 07-17-2012, 12:53 PM   #25
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Good luck on the next ladyboys night out Humperdinck.
don't need luck gnarled quavers,just need to keep moving........
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i deliver everything with sincerity tom,i'm an estate agent.....trust me!!
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Old 07-21-2012, 04:42 AM   #27
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lol, she's cut from the same cloth as my wife, lucy.

which, btw, is short for lucifer.

no one told me back then.
the acid test is.....does she wear prada?
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:14 AM   #28
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i've bought enough prada, choo, vuitton, spiga, and gucci for her over the years to keep a small chinese village employed.
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:23 AM   #29
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i've bought enough prada, choo, vuitton, spiga, and gucci for her over the years to keep a small chinese village employed.
velly interlesting mr tom our glateful thanks....does choo fit cloven hooves?
madge wears the prada fragrances.....there is definitely a pattern developing here...maybe the film was right..doo dee doo dee doo dee..........
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thank god she doesn't like chanel. parfum only, of course. none of this eau, or toilets, or anything.

she like burberry sport (to hide the scent of evil) but is discontinued.
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thank god she doesn't like chanel. parfum only, of course. none of this eau, or toilets, or anything.

she like burberry sport (to hide the scent of evil) but is discontinued.
hellfire & brimstone......that satanic whiff of sulphur.or was that last night's curry saying hello!!
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hmm, that's kinda like flipping a quarter.

heads or tails.
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hmm, that's kinda like flipping a quarter.

heads or tails.
horns or tails in this case.mmmmmmm tails
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Old 09-11-2012, 08:36 PM   #34
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Unless it's experienced any extreme temperature fluctuations, it should be fine for drinking, let alone cooking.
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Old 10-12-2012, 01:37 PM   #35
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I have a couple of bottles of Guinness that were bought around the holidays last year... so from the point of purchase to now are about 8-9 months old. I'm wondering if these would still be passable either for drinking or, if not, for cooking? Is there any risk of getting sick from old beer or is it just that the taste will go bad?
How in the world did a quality beverage like that go un-drank for that long? It should be fine as long as temperature was maintained consistantly.
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Old 10-12-2012, 05:49 PM   #36
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So looking at the date of the original post, did you drinik it? If no answer I will assume that you did and RIP.
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How in the world did a quality beverage like that go un-drank for that long? It should be fine as long as temperature was maintained consistantly.
MIne would have been gone real fast
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Shame on you!!! What a waste of Guiness, it wouldn't have lasted a weekend in my house lol!
It should be fine, if it's gone bad it will have a vinegar smell to it. If it smell, looks and tastes like guiness it's fine.
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Guinness should be fine If kept out of heat . Using it for cooking kills everything anyway. It makes a boiled Corn Beef dinner taste delicious. As a matter of fact it makes everything taste delicious.especially after drinking a couple of bottles. mysterychef
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Old 08-07-2013, 04:40 AM   #40
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The one and only time I drank Guiness was in Ireland. My moustache left an indelible imprint on the foam across the top. It must be a sturdy beer that holds up well under intense scrutiny and all weather conditions.
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