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    Name 5 things you would get rid of - off the face of the planet. Never to return.

    You are allowed to be as bizarre you want. It can be things, people, ideas anything. Try to explain.

    I'll try to start :



    Glasgow rangers - Obviously

    Womens timekeeping - We have to leave by 7:30 at the very latest (means 8:15)

    Condescending People - Particularly intellectually.

    Hangovers - Too many, to sore, too often.

    Inane post - Like this

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    Arsenal.

    Womens handbags.

    Pop Idol and Big Brother.

    Spammers.

    All my many stalkers.

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    5 things i would get rid of....


    DC United - MetroStars rival team

    Animal Testing - Cruel and Unnecessary

    Posh People - "Oh i have more money than u" -- fuck of will u

    Teen Movies - No plot, shit acting, need i say more..

    Racism - nuthing worse than a racist person...

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    Prejudice

    Cockroaches

    People way too full of their own self worth.

    Addiction

    The 10 extra pounds I can't seem to lose.

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    The displaying of Irish tricolours at purely Scottish football games

    Any reference to the I R A on certain (Scottish?)supporters shirts.

    The singing of songs with religous connotations at Scottish football matches(All teams&#33.

    Certain Scottish team supporters who do not support the Scottish team.

    All foreigners playing in the Scottish league.(Hoping that this will eventually produce good home grown Scottish football players.
    The best way to keep a secret:- Tell everyone not to tell anyone.

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    Originally posted by bigboab@30 July 2003 - 22:41
    The displaying of Irish tricolours at purely Scottish football games

    Any reference to the I R A on certain (Scottish?)supporters shirts.

    The singing of songs with religous connotations at Scottish football matches(All teams&#33.

    Certain Scottish team supporters who do not support the Scottish team.

    All foreigners playing in the Scottish league.(Hoping that this will eventually produce good home grown Scottish football players.
    Thats kind of bordering on a flame war !!!

    Dont bring Religion or Politics into it

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    insanebassman
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    Pretentious pop glitz

    Prejudice

    Anti-Gun activist's mis-guided opinions

    poor spelling

    hunger

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    I thought that was my point
    The best way to keep a secret:- Tell everyone not to tell anyone.

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    I would put.........

    George W Bush - do i need to explain??
    Barry Ferguson - do i need to explain??
    the guy upstairs who keeps playing dance music - do i need to explain??
    DJ Sammy - do i need to explain??
    Terrorists - doi need to.....................

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    Come oan wee moose!

    Is that guy upstair noa introducing religion too
    The best way to keep a secret:- Tell everyone not to tell anyone.

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