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Gibbon
Gibbon
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Last Activity: 7 May 2021, 07:18
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  • Gibbon
    replied to It's voting day!
    Yep and I have my NATO Peace Keeping medal for Bosnia, wonder how many Dutch take pride in theirs after Srebrenica!...
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  • Gibbon
    replied to It's world password day
    Once upon rejection!

    AliNotALady!
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Nude & Proud
    Well the flyers are ageist, lookist* and sexist, where's the 30 yr old good looking female!

    * soon to be added to hate crime list.
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Kier starmer is a ******* troll.
    Does anything else really matter? Its not like squeaky clean types are any better (Bliar & Camoron). Boris got Brexit done and is trouncing Europe with the Jab count, that's what the red wailers like. Starmer with his smarmy lawyerish smooze repulses them....
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Kier starmer is a ******* troll.
    Well whatever he's trying to do it ain't working: Tories increase lead over Labour despite Boris Johnson flat row | News | The Times

    People don't care about flat decor or the relatively piss pot amount of money, they care about getting the jab to freedom and health....
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Midlife crisis
    I don't do IT. Oh and I've been out with a German Porn star, that was neither dull or dry!...
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Midlife crisis
    Just been looking at a couple of the OU AH courses, gawd I'm a sucker, the OU never leaves you. Suppose you have the choice between the Art History and Visual Culture course and the Arts and Humanities.

    The visual culture seems more rigid in choice but you get the massive advantage of doing...
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Midlife crisis
    Art History is a good broadener of the mind. I originally was going to do Classics with Art History, but did full Classics as seduced by Greek. No surprise but I'm quite into Italian Renaissance, which has a lot of Classical influences. Go for it, you won't regret it....
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Midlife crisis
    Absolutely, kids are for the young when you can do without sleep, have no money so you can't spoilt them and financially free in mid forties, then there are the presents called grandchildren....
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Word associations
    Clerk...
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Should I get my hair curled?
    Very good, education not wasted on you! ...
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Midlife crisis
    The new Roma is affordable and driveable according to Xog's prophet (JC). And I have been in and recognise every street in it's advert!...
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Midlife crisis
    Oh the innocence........
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Midlife crisis
    I had one of those, spent 10 years doing OU, and now barely got anything left to have crisis with
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Should I get my hair curled?
    Do it now girl, don't wait for fate....
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  • Read some of this over last few years, quite unbelievable. If it wasn't so awful it would be like that Little Britain sketch where "computer says no", but we're not booking holidays it wrecked honest peoples lives....
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Cute thing of the day
    Well the sweet potato will flavour the paltry amount of meat on it!...
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Football Super League
    So,
    1) You watch football
    2) You enjoy other people being upset, yes I know a football team losing is hardly anything significant, me and you both know that unfortunately, but there will be people in that crowd who have or who are going through similar, and yet you enjoy it? really?
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Chauvin Verdict
    I read in the Times the other day (sorry can't find it now, but was on page 2) that a barrister type said in his personal experience black people tend to get longer prison sentences in the UK because they also tend to plead not guilty, disregarding their lawyers advice. Not saying that's the only reason,...
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  • Gibbon
    replied to Football Super League
    Com' on you're longer in the tooth than this. Its pure politics and practiced by parties of all persuasions, because that's how it works you know. The new Red Wall Tory voters need looking after, because there won't be any levelling up so give them bread and circuses. Football is mainly watched and...
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