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  1. It's that time of the year again, when TFers go around grovelling for votes. Each vote between 6 and 12 December inclusive for those signed up for the event will earn 1 baht (or more, depending on the individual's commitment) for charity.So PLEASE PLEASE keep the votes coming in folks, the more we vote, the more we can raise for the orphans. It's a gr8 way of making merit just by clicking vote buttons. Thanks
  2. It's that time of the year again, when TFers go around grovelling for votes. Each vote between 6 and 12 December inclusive for those signed up for the event will earn 1 baht (or more, depending on the individual's commitment) for charity.So PLEASE PLEASE keep the votes coming in folks, the more we vote, the more we can raise for the orphans. It's a gr8 way of making merit just by clicking vote buttons. Thanks
  3. Last year as I recall, we managed to raise just over 50,000 baht. Let's aim for 60,000 this time m- keep the votes coming guys, it's for the orphans
  4. Yes have a good one Zeus - and May, thx forposting it
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    Marital Bliss !!!

    All because he asked his female caddy to put her hand in his bag and see if she could find his balls :-)
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    Best news ever !!!

    I'm all in favour of cracking down on drink driving - but the REALLY good news is that booze will be 3 times cheaper with the Asian free trade agreement - 3 bottles of Singha for the price of one, that's gr8 :-) BTW I never drink and drive, because I always used to spill the beer in my lap :-) Also guys, why the nasty remarks about the Bangkok police? They're the best policemen money can buy
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    Girl talk 2

    50% heart 30% brain and the rest bank statement?? Most of my relationships in the past have been 1% heart 0.5% brain and 98.5% bank statement lol
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    D.I.V.O.R.C.E

    Yes, he's one of the comic geniuses of our age - and it's even funnier when you remember that hhas been married to Pamela Stephenson for some 20 years. Some D-I-V-O-R-C-E!!
  9. I'm reminded of that famous aria from Verdi's Rigoletto, "La Donna e Mobile" (roughly translated, The woman is fickle), when by far the most fickle character in the opera is the singer of that particular aria, the Duke of Mantua.
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    double entendres

    I remember Brian Johnson's faux pas about Michael Holding and Petrer Willey, that was at an Oval test in 1970 if I remember correctly. Later, Johnson made the surprising revelation that "I'm a great Willey supporter". About the same time Jack DeManio was conducting a radio interview with the newly appointed female assistant governor at a men's prison when that was a rare enough appointment to be newsworthy and he closed the interview with one slightly impertinent question: "Would you like the inmates to think of you as a good screw?"
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    Gay porn...

    Is that what you might describe as "elf abuse"??? (without the initial "S")
  12. For the first time since 2000 America really has something to give thanks for - no Son-of-a-Bush in the White House! Happy Thanksgiving to all our American friends
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    THE WEDDING RING

    Carz, Tolkien AND Wagner (Der Ring des Stuckondick") But it could have been worse, the gf might have used strawberry jelly instead - now that would REALLY need explaining :-)
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    Wise Words

    Rob you forgot to mention that the butcher who backed into the meat grinder was a woman - Disassed 'er
  15. Ok, so I'm heAaded for Hell,but at least I klnow most of the people I agree with will be there too so we can party all the time - and at least we'll all be warm :-)
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    red meat

    All this craving for strange foods Chris, you wouldn't be pregnant would you??? :-)
  17. Givea a new meaning to opening your mouth and putting your foot in it :-)
  18. 38, but if I was allowed to use my OWN giant dildo (much bigger than the one in the illustration) I'd probably make 60 :-)
  19. Iain, couldn't agree more. The treatment I advocate for these sex monsters involves an amputation that would make it impossible for them EVER to commit the same offences again
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    They're so big

    It just proves that any sort of artistic design always has its "knockers" :-)
  21. Hey bro, just post a pic of yourself with yr pants unzipped showing yr "Big D" and that'll soon scare them off :-)
  22. The last one crackedme up completely, thx for sharing :-)
  23. Sam, it's perhaps different for you as your (presumably Swedish) ancestors remained neutral during WWII, but for those of us whose countries were involved it's almost obligatory to remember those who made the greatest sacrifice of all for the sake of liberty. It's equalyy true of the Thai people who suffered terribly under the Japanese invaders as it is of the Poilish people who had a horrific experience under Nazi occupation. I do not mean to denigrate your nation, which I know to be peaceable and very democratic (in many ways more so than the UK or USA) and is one of my own country's EU partners, but remembering those who fell is, I believe, a long way removed from glorifying war. I have never been associated with any military organisation and I spent my entire working life in a totally peaceful field, but that doesn't prevent me from remembering those who gave their lives to defeat the threats to the democracy I hope we all hold dear.
  24. In terms of environmental cost fossil fuels and nuclear have always been more expensive than renewables. In the UK, nuclear generating capacity would never have been started but for the military's aspirations to use a nuclear generating programme to provide them with weapons grade fissionable material
  25. Less chance of catching a nasty disease riding a bike :-)
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