Happy 3rd Birthday, Mister McStink!
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Love, Mister Poo Mummy

Tomorrow you're homeless. Tonight it's a blast!
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Kids books these days sure ain't what they used to be...
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If I were to show you this beautifully illustrated, charming image from a book available in the kiddie section of my local library, what would you think the story was about?




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Two twoday!
Mookie
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Henry with a shark. Yes, I know it's a dolphin, but he currently calls anything with a dorsal fin a shark. Including killer whales.

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I wonder if I talk about Andy too much.
It seems really natural to me to bring him up in conversation, whenever I talk to people about music, or amusing things I remember (like when he lived below the guy in D:Ream).
Nobody else seems to mention him as frequently as I do - is this a faux pas? He was my friend, and I still think about him.
I've started working at a new place, and the girl I'm working with has given me sort of pitying/sympathetic looks when I bring him up, which is not what I want.

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So now they're getting rid of NHS Direct? Are they determined to take down everything that existed before them?

I dreamed last night that there were sock puppets in the government. 'WHAT?' I shouted, 'Who elected them?'

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I'm temping at in office an the Norwich City Football Stadium, and today it's the location of a Jehovas Witness conference! There's millions of 'em!

FLASHBACK!
Reuben
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Recounts, votes not being counted, legal challenges - it's like Florida in 2000 all over again!

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So instead of in God we're trusting, we're now trusting David Cameron? Who made him God?

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Angry Amurcan
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We were digging in our garden last Summer and unearthed an unusual stone, which appeared to be some sort of ancient carved head:





There's a lot of historical Viking artifacts around here, so we were getting pretty excited, and were going to contact the British Museum about our find.

I've been too lazy to send the photos to get them verified, and good thing too - I've just looked at the stone carving again, turned it upside down, and realised that it's a little hedgehog:





But the mystery remains: who would carve a little stone hedgehog, and why would they bury it?

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