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Old 25 January 2005, 16:13   #21
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Buy a new carpet that's the best bet.
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Old 25 January 2005, 17:02   #22
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Why buy a whole new carpet when you could just cut out the sicky bit and chuck it away. Then steal a chest of draws from somewhere and position it over the hole...job done

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Old 25 January 2005, 17:37   #23
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Why buy a whole new carpet when you could just cut out the sicky bit and chuck it away. Then steal a chest of draws from somewhere and position it over the hole...job done
I like it Tim!

Like when someones comes to look at a car your selling and as they look round it you stand in front of the dent!
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Old 26 January 2005, 03:33   #24
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I like it Tim!

Like when someones comes to look at a car your selling and as they look round it you stand in front of the dent!
Ah yes, but of course. Its in paragraph 4, section 3.1.2, page 467 of the International Student Code of Conduct Directory
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Old 27 January 2005, 06:27   #25
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.........don't tell the dragon I posted this. New Years Eve - Eve... needless to say, New Yeas Eve was a quite night for her.

MeMe, i've really tried hard to work out what the feck is happening in that photo, to me it looks like someones pukked out of a window and has then fallen asleep on the sill as you can clearly see a syrup in one corner.....!!

Please explain ?
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Old 27 January 2005, 09:18   #26
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You got it in one........

........except she's not asleep - just out for the count and oblivious to me snapping a photo. Poor old cow, that'll teach her to mix pasta, champagne, red wine and port.
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People are sick in my house all the time!

My parents have a white three-piece suite... or at least it was white once. It is now decorated with all sorts of stains, mainly red wine and sick.



My 18th birthday party added to these...The following photos are of my best mate Pete. Image 1 shows Pete unconscious on the floor a few seconds after I have slapped him round the head to make him come round because other drunken people are shaving his legs.
Image 2 depicts Pete the next day cleaning up a five-course meal and assorted alcoholic beverages, which he has sicked up the night before (he is wearing my shirt there because he was sick all over him self).




My attitude is make them clear it up! (Or carry them into the garden so they are sick on the grass )
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