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    Re: Steven seagull has died

    I think that giving people false hopes like this should be unconstitutional.
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    Re: Your Guide to Visiting America

    Having lived in both United States and in Europe while loving and respecting both sides of the Atlantic on many levels, I would like to remind both parties about a very fundamental thing. While you...
  3. Re: The “Who Wants to be My Dad” Challenge

    Thank you. That is a triumph of reason. I am not available for fatherhood though as it is obvious that other applicants have much more to offer you. I am just going to observe you getting ever more...
  4. Re: The “Who Wants to be My Dad” Challenge

    As someone involved in recruiting processes, I know that attracting talent in a healthy economy is a two-way street. If you want someone to provide for you and be the best dad imaginable, you need to...
  5. Re: The “Who Wants to be My Dad” Challenge

    You need to learn some propositional logic. I am not JUST upset about not being able to compete with such great candidates so far.

    You are a selfish little turd AND I am upset about not being able...
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    Re: Your Guide to Visiting America

    Gladly! Sales tax in Finland depends on the quality and purpose of the product or service bought.

    0%: Medical services, education services, insurance, fees paid to performing artists. Please note...
  7. Re: The “Who Wants to be My Dad” Challenge

    This little brat has so many requirements from a dad but doesn't name one thing that he has to offer as a son. The selfishness and unreasonable expectation of instant gratification that this...
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    Re: Your Guide to Visiting America

    While something along those lines is usually the outcome, I do not think that free market dictates a thing like that. There are complex motives and values even in a free market, although they are...
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    Re: Pictures of food

    Always nice to meet a fellow Finn! And where ever one goes, there will be one! If it's in Minnesota, it's a leader of a communist party. If it's in Sweden, it's a bum by the metro station. If it's in...
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    Poll: Re: [Citizen] Cookiegod [Patron: Akar]

    Sir?

    https://www.biography.com/.image/ar_1:1%2Cc_fill%2Ccs_srgb%2Cg_face%2Cq_auto:good%2Cw_300/MTE4MDAzNDEwMzMwMjg5Njc4/mohamed-atta-241184-1-402.jpg
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    Re: Your Guide to Visiting America

    Precisely. One should be able to learn to cope with that situation. I think that an actual confusion, in the practical sense, should dissipate for any foreigner fairly quickly. After that, a...
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    Re: Pictures of food

    Immediately after posting, I saw that one coming. Not bad for an admitted moron.
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    Re: Your Guide to Visiting America

    I cannot speak for Athelstan, but I could have described it as confusing at first when I started working in the US back when cash was still a big thing everywhere. But maybe it was more like...
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    Re: Pictures of food

    Morifea did or at least speculated on the possibility. I would never even suggest that fine gentleman such as yourself would call anyone a moron.

    Wait. Did you just imply that I am a moron?!
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    Re: Pictures of food

    I would not call Morifea a moron. People who readily admit their shortcomings and are capable of healthy self-criticism often have plenty of virtues.
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    Re: Pictures of food

    A great question, really. To be very precise, that is neither a word nor a sentence, but a compound word. There is a more limited number of those in English as well, such as "a blackbird". It...
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    Thank you for following up on your interesting invasion after all this time!
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    Re: Pictures of food

    Finally someone who can appreciate that! I have been waiting for years for the authors and game designers in the fantasy genre (would mention the movie industry if movies weren't so passe by now) to...
  19. I have no idea how Khazars are relevant here, but...

    I have no idea how Khazars are relevant here, but they are mighty interesting even when they are not relevant!



    What? Are you saying that they no longer drink beer? Not even from those...
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    Re: Pictures of food

    What?! You mean like human fingers? :blink: And I thought this could not get any more disgusting.
  21. Re: We need to deal with the Swedish problem

    Please do not confuse us with your Indo-European brethren from Russia. Feel free to wear your tri paloski and go squat and pop sunflower seeds with them. Don't wait for me.

    You are right about...
  22. Re: Ana De Armas' spanked butt represents the might and the majesty of Rome

    A pragmatic, no-nonsense approach to ass spanking is a virtue in anyone engaged in civilizing nations. I bet there are women who find that attractive in a man.
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    Re: Pictures of food

    Yes! They do (somewhat regionally), but I personally don't. Not a lot of people know about the blood sausage, so you really must have done some reading on food.
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    I did. The disappointment came as I read the OP,...

    I did. The disappointment came as I read the OP, being lured into the thread by the capitalized CAT title implying tomography. I am only disappointed at the lack of tomography content, not by cat...
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    Re: The CAT thread

    This was such a disappointment. Don't get me wrong; I am very much a cat person and have had two back in the day. But when I saw the title I thought that there is finally a thread for computerized...
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    Thank you! That article could have detailed Finland as well apart from fika, which is not institutionalized like in Sweden. The concept is somewhat known, though. But nine out of ten match perfectly....
  27. Re: Ana De Armas' spanked butt represents the might and the majesty of Rome

    And not only that, but a dead-serious person who never writes in jest! :tongue:
  28. Re: Ana De Armas' spanked butt represents the might and the majesty of Rome

    It is entirely beyond me how someone would want to spank the butt of something as sweet as Ana de Armas.
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    That is an acquired taste, to say the least. Like potato gratin something in which turned sour a long time before you put it on your plate. We acquired the taste sometime after Sweden acquired our...
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    Re: Pictures of food

    What is that innocent little beyond burger doing among all those disgusting pictures of carnage? And uncooked pork, for crying out loud.

    Oh, sorry, I thought this was the "post your aggressive...
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    Re: The Babe Thread

    I used to be an adventurer like you, then I posted a monoboob.

    But check out these fun bags. I'd love a girl with a pair like that:

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    Re: Your Guide to Visiting America

    But you err! It is that thing, laurel. I have read about them in cookbooks smuggled in from western countries. I just did not connect it with the name.
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    Re: Your Guide to Visiting America

    Haha, one of the funniest and well-crafted things in a long while :laughter:



    WTF??!? (is a bay leaf)
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    I am not going to conspire against our Swedish overlords. They have treated us kindly throughout the centuries, showering us with gifts such as ärtsoppa on Thursdays and Janssons frestelse on other...
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    Re: The Breadwinner

    I've heard people die of heart attacks too while having an orgasm, and I must tell you that the sound is not as pleasant as one would think.
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    Re: The Breadwinner

    That sounds so wrong and morally perverted. So depraved yet... so enticing. Stop! You are pulling me to the dark side! I will not succumb to your unholy wishes!

    Now, where was I? Wait, who am I?...
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    Re: The Breadwinner

    I expect myself to use these new powers for good instead of evil. Good as in participating in the zany discussions started by Roma_Victrix, the absence of whom makes me a bit worried in these times...
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    Re: The Breadwinner

    Oh, thank you! Now I get it. There is a Youtube link of its own, but something in the UI can corrupt it unless done the right way.
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    Re: The Breadwinner

    Thanks a bunch for your help, but I am afraid I need more detailed instruction. I can see "link", "insert image", and "insert video" as options in the UI. The latter opens up a prompt that asks me to...
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    Re: The Breadwinner

    Haha! I have indisputable proof that that is not the case. Roma is an expert video embedder, and I cannot figure out for the life of me how to do that for a Youtube video :laughter:
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