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movinon
(15) A comb's harbour (19) A Tailor's place (? Coalisland ? Denis Taylor) (10) Snow covered monastery (? Whitehead) Sorry no number of letters included...
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excelsior-1
....on Oreo's website earlier but my browser doesn't accept cookies....
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mikey4444
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26435942 I presume the "king" is the one in the suit and no leaves in his hair. I am far from being the keenest Royalist here on AB...quite the opposite. But...
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marval
"Doctor, are you sure I'm suffering from pneumonia? I've heard once about a doctor treating someone with pneumonia and finally he died of typhus." "Don't worry, it won't happen to me. If I treat...
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Spoonboy
Hello Abers one and all: I have a new quest for you. On a thread I came up with an anagram of Nigel Farage = gen fail, rage. For a Spoony, how many *ahem* celebrities can you think of where their...
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excelsior-1
http://img.thesun.co.uk/aidemitlum/archive/01721/Star-wars_620_1721168a.jpg...
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Jae1000000
Can any one tell me how does Paypal work when paying for items. I know that I have to sign up to Paypal and give bank card detail, like details cards etc. This is part I am confused with, if I decide...
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sunny-dave
With apologies to Excel, whose daily competitions are a regular sauce of smiles, I offer you the first of a limited series of photos from my Irish Jaunt. What is the tractor driver saying to the Garda...
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excelsior-1
what will you all come up with for this one, i wonder have a pleasant sunday http://holidayswithkids.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/beachKids-1.jpg...
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maggie01
I want to fix some garden wire to my concrete posts. I know you can buy something called anchors that bolt to the posts with eyes to attach garden wire but I can only find them online. Does anyone...
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BigEv
My aunt has a Dell laptop, which she purchased from Argos last February however and didn't take out an Argos warranty, in the 8 months since purchase, it has developed a couple of small scratches in...
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excelsior-1
.....ventriloquist's dummy out of some old carpet. It's ruggish....
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excelsior-1
good morning, (my mother's birthday today) here is the picture for today the 8th september, have fun coming up with your captions today - and i shall judge the winner around tea...
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excelsior-1
1. I started out with nothing, and I still have most of it. 2. My wild oats are mostly enjoyed with prunes and all-bran. 3. I finally got my head together, and now my body is falling apart. 4. Funny,...
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Spoonboy
What is favourite piece of classical music? Mine is the "Isle of the Dead" symphony by Sergei Rachmaninov. Mucho thanks in advance, spoony....
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fairycakes69
Hubby managed to embed a Stanley knife in his palm, then pull it straight out, went to the health centre which is the A & E as well. Three different practices and not one doctor was there, all on a...
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Spoonboy
Hello ABers one and all. I posted a joke on Y!A once and got a couple of good responses from which people could bounce forevr therafter, but it was deleted before it got a chance to flower properly. I...
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mrs_overall
One small bearing (less than 1"x1") £19.80 and £15 labour for 2 minutes work. I keep telling myself it is cheaper than a new one...
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Togo30
You often hear people after they've been pooed on or stepped in poo say "hey it's good luck" Where did this twaddle come from? How is an animals diseased and parasite filled waste which can blind you...

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