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    #51
    Originally posted by Ardesco View Post
    Good point, maybe I'm supressing feelings I never knew existed.......

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      #52
      Originally posted by richard-af View Post
      I'm married - it's great. The trick is to only get married to someone you LIKE, as well as love. Loving and liking are different.
      wisdom - i know what you mean..

      when in love you like the other person but on a relatively superficial level.. unfortunately, you probably won't discover your partner's true colours till you've had children, coz it all changes forever.. i'm tellin ya, marriage is nothing! kids will make or break your life.

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        #53
        Originally posted by TheFaQQer View Post
        I was reading an old FHM (for the articles, obviously) the other day and they were doing a thing on revenge stories.

        One guy had made out that everything was fine with his ex, who he worked with, and so every day made her a coffee and bought some cakes. What she didn't realise was that the coffee was loaded with a couple of spoonfuls of those "weight gain" powders.

        Every day, for the next six months.
        He he we did that in Uni to all our female flat mates.

        They had gotten some sugar substitute that had bugger all fat content (or whatever sugar has that makes ladies bigger!). So they were heaping the stuff in, liking everything sweet and safe. Or so they thought……

        We had swapped the sugar substitute to a men’s muscle mega weight gain, they wondered why they were putting on soo much weight!

        "Wait, I still function!"

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          #54
          Originally posted by Swiss Tony View Post
          He he we did that in Uni to all our female flat mates.

          They had gotten some sugar substitute that had bugger all fat content (or whatever sugar has that makes ladies bigger!). So they were heaping the stuff in, liking everything sweet and safe. Or so they thought……

          We had swapped the sugar substitute to a men’s muscle mega weight gain, they wondered why they were putting on soo much weight!

          Apparently, it's hell to shift as well.

          For some reason, it appeals to my sense of humour / justice.
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            #55
            Originally posted by TheFaQQer View Post
            Apparently, it's hell to shift as well.

            For some reason, it appeals to my sense of humour / justice.
            They all could not work out why they were not losing weight! After a while (they were actually getting quite large) we decided to stop. We told them it was the water and so they started to buy bottled water and we stopped switching the sugar substitute. To this day one of them only drinks bottled water, makes me smile
            "Wait, I still function!"

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              #56
              I bet it's this sort of silly student days high jinks that led to that Russian bloke geting the Polonium milkshake, or whatever it was.

              It all starts so innocently, then ...

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