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Postby mcclone » Sun Nov 05, 2006 12:43 pm

(Fin)nish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are


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(Fin)nish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees
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(Fin)nish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees


<b>in their underwear.</b>
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(Fin)nish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
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Kev Milsom wrote:(Fin)nish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
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Finnish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
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Kev Milsom wrote:Finnish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
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Finnish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
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Finnish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
'In other parts of your soup,' according to Freud, the flies might perform an ancient communication ritual with
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Finnish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
'In other parts of your soup,' according to Freud, 'the flies might perform an ancient communication ritual with the spirit of
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Finnish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
'In other parts of your soup,' according to Freud, 'the flies might perform an ancient communication ritual with the spirit of


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Finnish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
'In other parts of your soup,' according to Freud, 'the flies might perform an ancient communication ritual with the spirit of King Tutankhamen, who would reveal that
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Kev Milsom wrote:Finnish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
'In other parts of your soup,' according to Freud, 'the flies might perform an ancient communication ritual with the spirit of King Tutankhamen, who would reveal that


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Postby Kev Milsom » Wed Nov 15, 2006 11:43 pm

Finnish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
'In other parts of your soup,' according to Freud, 'the flies might perform an ancient communication ritual with the spirit of King Tutankhamen, who would reveal that everyone should eat oysters and chocolate
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Postby Lychee » Thu Nov 16, 2006 3:06 am

Kev Milsom wrote:Finnish people do the polka in between the sheets. Surprisingly they avoid the "HUH!?'s" and go straight for doing impressions of people that have a lot of unbridled enthusiasm for Monty Python and politicians who are in trouble for barking at trees in their underwear.
'In other parts of your soup,' according to Freud, 'the flies might perform an ancient communication ritual with the spirit of King Tutankhamen, who would reveal that everyone should eat oysters and chocolate

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