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Sput
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I discovered that my local Partners in the Arndale has been rebranded as a Rymans. As you might expect, this left me shocked and confused so I did what any reasonable customer would do: stripped off and did a poo in the middle of the the shop.
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Sput wrote:I discovered that my local Partners in the Arndale has been rebranded as a Rymans. As you might expect, this left me shocked and confused so I did what any reasonable customer would do: stripped off and did a poo in the middle of the the shop.
As much as your contribution to the economy in these crunchy times is appreciated...Alistair Darling IS watching.

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Just bght a PVR from Woolies with 50% off.
It's brilliant (The 50% off)
and also sad (The job exodous)
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Did you get a also get a heavily discounted jumbo bag of carrier returns that you're trying to use up?
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I think the phrase you're looking for is "carriage returns".
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Carrier bags, geddit?
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Sput
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Wrong, cdd. And as for which it is, I think it depends on if you're a programmer (carrier) or a secretary (carriage). So which are you lesandre?
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I got it from my mum, a "clerical assistant", but I do program in True Basic, and I'm trying to get "into" Java.
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IDIOT. It's not a programming language, it's a DRINK.
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So's a frappucino, but I don't see you wanting one.
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True BASIC is not a programming language, it's a series of vile computational illusions.

Java's a good one. Everyone learns it; no-one uses it.
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