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    Hey! One of my crappy cartoons is being used on an impotence guide:

    8 things that push impotence, No 6 will get you worried | Homeland News

    Maed the top 10 nasty cartoons list too:

    Top 10 Nasty Cartoon Pics - Broxtern Wallpaper and Pictures Collection
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    Quote Originally Posted by xoggoth View Post
    Hey! One of my crappy cartoons is being used on an impotence guide:

    8 things that push impotence, No 6 will get you worried | Homeland News

    Maed the top 10 nasty cartoons list too:

    Top 10 Nasty Cartoon Pics - Broxtern Wallpaper and Pictures Collection
    Excellent

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    Default Free coupon

    Among all the crap posted through my letter box today was a leaflet containing some free product coupons. I get a free pack when I present a coupon on a purchase at any leading supermarket. Being totally mean I obviously am not going to miss out on this offer and shall put the vouchers in my wallet for when I next go so Sainsbury's.

    Only problem is, I am not entirely sure what I will do with a pack of Always Panty Liners as I do not (yet) suffer from feminine bladder sensitivity. Any suggestions from CUKers most welcome.

    PS Maybe this post should be in technical.
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    Default Free coupon

    Among all the crap posted through my letter box today was a leaflet containing some free product coupons. I get a free pack when I present the coupon on any purchase at any leading supermarket. Being totally mean I obviously am not going to miss out on this offer and shall put the vouchers in my wallet for when I next go so Sainsbury's.

    Only problem is, I am not entirely sure what I will do with a pack of Always panty liners as I do not (yet) suffer from feminine bladder sensitivity. Any suggestions from CUKers most welcome.

    PS Maybe this post should be in technical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xoggoth View Post
    Only problem is, I am not entirely sure what I will do with a pack of Always Panty Liners as I do not (yet) suffer from feminine bladder sensitivity. Any suggestions from CUKers most welcome.
    Secret Santa at the next CUK meet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Secret Santa at the next CUK meet?
    He will give it to a woman of the wrong age.
    "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    He will give it to a woman of the wrong age.
    What's the right age for a woman?
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    At one gig there was a secret santa. I got the only lady in the team to buy for. After several thoughts that would have appealed to the rest of the team, I consulted MrsBP. I think she liked the toiletries she got.

    She certainly came to my stag do which was much appreciated.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    What's the right age for a woman?
    Choose an age.

    Whichever age you choose, it will be wrong.

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    Been meaning to research my family tree for years but never got round to it. Should be fairly easy these days with all the online records. It can be pretty simple to find out about some people in general, given all the stuff on websites and social media. It's a bit worrying, maybe somebody with a grudge could track you down.

    Can we even be sure it's only living human beings who can use the internet to trace people? I was tidying my bedroom earlier and dusted off the old Samurai sword that my uncle took off a Japanese soldier in Burma. Who knows that his enraged spirit is not tracking me down, seeking revenge on the family of the man who killed him?

    Is that the TV or did I hear somebody say Banzai?
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