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Clever slogan 2 comments
guest · 6 years ago
My first thought was that they meant kidnapped her to cook her, don't know what that says about me!
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The real Iron Throne that George RR Martin envisioned 14 comments
guest · 6 years ago
The green mile followed the books pretty much word for word too as I recall.
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Just add an 'o' or a 'y' to the first syllable and you're set m8 49 comments
guest · 6 years ago
We use a few of these in the UK, plus some others that aren't listed, didn't realise it's not a thing in the states!
Sand tiger shark embryos eat each other in the womb as a paternity strategy 11 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Sharks are not mammals therefore they jaw eggs, the foetus gestate in those, not wombs.
Amazing loft in San Francisco 6 comments
guest · 6 years ago
This is a photo from a few years ago surely? Look at the panel of TVs set into the wall instead of one big flat screen! Still amazing though!
Well, it sounds logical enough to me 4 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Cutlery actually only refers to things that cut, scissors are cutlery, spoons and forks are tableware
I never noticed before 30 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Is the 'and' standing for a decimal an American thing, I've never heard anyone say 101 as one hundred-one, it's always "one hundred and one", if it was 100.1, it would be said "one hundred point one".
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Cyberbullying 23 comments
guest · 6 years ago
But why should you? If a kid was getting bullied in a public playground should they just never go there even though all their friends do, that's where they hang out, share conversations and jokes and arrange to meet up outside of the playground?
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I just want to see that your trying 14 comments
guest · 7 years ago
In America maybe, in the UK we don't have tickets for walking, where's your freedom now?
Geek gift 20 comments
guest · 7 years ago
That is not a gomboc, it's a rolo-toblerone-combo.
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I'm waiting not-so-patiently. 18 comments
guest · 7 years ago
Number 2- books already have that, it's called an index.
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