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LouLou wrote:
much as i admire your scientific approach to the matter, i am very sceptical about the possibility of empirically testing what becomes of a jaffa cake when left unattended in a tin for a prolonged period of time.
It's not just Debaser. The tax you pay on chocolate biscuits is higher than on cakes. The jaffa cake people used this argument to prove their cakehood and secure the appropriate taxation rates.
Nationalise the f**king lot.
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Debaser wrote:
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Debaser wrote:Plus the fact it says what they are in the name :roll: LOL
that rationale would dictate that the polystyrene discs called 'rice cakes' are in fact *GASP!* cakes.
Which, by the way, go hard when left for too long. Which is ALWAYS the case as they are nasty to the nth degree
indeed. some of those nauseating artifacts even have chocolate-looking goo over them, deceiving the hapless masses into thinking they are edible.
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The breadknife makes a giant jaffa cake, the size of a dinner plate, on special occasions. It doesn't last very long :D
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LouLou wrote:which is why some of us use two cups
c'mon, I can't be the only one thinking something totally non Jaffa Cake related :lol:
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oh dear :lol: :oops:

anyways, moving swiftly on...

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now it's time for my cliche or controversial thing: coffee doesn't give kick of energy.
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aye but it still tastes great with my first few fags of the day
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Black people using the word "nigga" promotes racism rather than discouraging it.
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I do actually like The Rose Of Avalanche.

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stufarq wrote:Black people using the word "nigga" promotes racism rather than discouraging it.
how 'queer'
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James Blast wrote:
stufarq wrote:Black people using the word "nigga" promotes racism rather than discouraging it.
how 'queer'
'S different cos everyone's allowed to say "queer", "gay" etc. Only black people are allowed to say "nigga" so it ghettoises them and it's still seen as racist from white people, who get chucked out of the Big Brother house for trying to join in. Utterly self-defeating.
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Black coffee tastes like s**t.

Paying more for your coffee doesn't mean a damn bit of difference in the taste.

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Andy Warhol wasn't a goddamn visionary. Neither is Lady Gaga. Both, however, are interesting to look at for a couple of minutes.

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that itnAklipse is a bit of a COCK!
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James Blast wrote:that itnAklipse is a bit of a COCK!
It's supposed to be controversial James! :lol:

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Goth is dead, for 25 years.

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Oh and...

Most people whining 'there is no good music anymore' are just LAZY BASTIDS.

There's sooo much interesting music around, I should get paid for discovering it all.

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how's about, there is too much music?
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James Blast wrote:how's about, there is too much music?
:eek: HERESY!

There's NEVER enough music!

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just as there's never enough booze! ;D
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