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"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
I saw a German numberplate (with the the blue D) today - M888EEF - isn't
that a British configuration? I thought they were all unique?


Howdy, little feller. Now, I knows what yer sayin', but here's a little
sumptin' to think about, grammarwise that is.
Regarding the concept of a thing being "unique...." The word is one of them
words in engrish we grammarians call an "absolute concept." Concepts that
are absolute either are or are not. This means that somethin's unique, or
it ain't. There ain't no middle ground to fart around on. In udder words,
it ain't proper, fer example, to say that something is "very" unique, 'cuze
you'd be trying to qualify an absolute concept. Same thing with the word
pregnant. A girl's either pregnant, or she ain't. No bubby can be a little
pregnant. You git now.........and 'ave yerselves a nice day. ^@^

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On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 15:11:22 +0100, Col. Edmund J. Burke wrote:

"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
I saw a German numberplate (with the the blue D) today - M888EEF - isn't
that a British configuration? I thought they were all unique?


Howdy, little feller. Now, I knows what yer sayin', but here's a little
sumptin' to think about, grammarwise that is.
Regarding the concept of a thing being "unique...." The word is one of them
words in engrish we grammarians call an "absolute concept." Concepts that
are absolute either are or are not. This means that somethin's unique, or
it ain't. There ain't no middle ground to fart around on. In udder words,
it ain't proper, fer example, to say that something is "very" unique, 'cuze
you'd be trying to qualify an absolute concept. Same thing with the word
pregnant. A girl's either pregnant, or she ain't. No bubby can be a little
pregnant. You git now.........and 'ave yerselves a nice day. ^@^


I said "unique", I never put a word in front of it.

And with regards to pregnant, surely someone with twins is more pregnant than someone with one baby?

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"NEMO" wrote in message ...

On 6/28/2015 7:11 AM, Colon Edmud Jackass Burchese of Ladyboise, Idaho
wrote:
"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
I saw a German numberplate (with the the blue D) today - M888EEF - isn't
that a British configuration? I thought they were all unique?


Howdy, little feller. Now, I knows what yer sayin', but here's a little
sumptin' to think about, grammarwise that is.
Regarding the concept of a thing being "unique...." The word is one of
them words in engrish we grammarians call an "absolute concept."
Concepts that are absolute either are or are not. This means that
somethin's unique, or it ain't. There ain't no middle ground to fart
around on. In udder words, it ain't proper, fer example, to say that
something is "very" unique, 'cuze you'd be trying to qualify an absolute
concept. Same thing with the word pregnant. A girl's either pregnant,
or she ain't. No bubby can be a little pregnant. You git
now.........and 'ave yerselves a nice day. ^@^


You need to learn to read as well as being a 'grammarian', Coloon. He
didn't SAY "very unique"! Have a nice day! LOLOK

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What sort of linguist? Anilinguist? Penilinguist? LOLOK
And shouldn't that be 'ladyboyz'' not 'ladies''? The 'man' bit is an
obvious exaggeration.

I never said her did, Miss Recktum.
I was jist givin' him a grammar lesson.
NOW GO DOUCHE YER COLOSTOMY!



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On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 21:09:34 +0100, wrote:

"NEMO" wrote in message ...

On 6/28/2015 7:11 AM, Colon Edmud Jackass Burchese of Ladyboise, Idaho
wrote:
"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
I saw a German numberplate (with the the blue D) today - M888EEF - isn't
that a British configuration? I thought they were all unique?


Howdy, little feller. Now, I knows what yer sayin', but here's a little
sumptin' to think about, grammarwise that is.
Regarding the concept of a thing being "unique...." The word is one of
them words in engrish we grammarians call an "absolute concept."
Concepts that are absolute either are or are not. This means that
somethin's unique, or it ain't. There ain't no middle ground to fart
around on. In udder words, it ain't proper, fer example, to say that
something is "very" unique, 'cuze you'd be trying to qualify an absolute
concept. Same thing with the word pregnant. A girl's either pregnant,
or she ain't. No bubby can be a little pregnant. You git
now.........and 'ave yerselves a nice day. ^@^


You need to learn to read as well as being a 'grammarian', Coloon. He
didn't SAY "very unique"! Have a nice day! LOLOK

--
Brought to you by Colonel Edmund J. Burke
World-class grammarian, linguist, ladies' man


What sort of linguist? Anilinguist? Penilinguist? LOLOK
And shouldn't that be 'ladyboyz'' not 'ladies''? The 'man' bit is an
obvious exaggeration.

I never said her did, Miss Recktum.
I was jist givin' him a grammar lesson.
NOW GO DOUCHE YER COLOSTOMY!


Why give someone a lesson on how to do what they just did?

And someone needs to teach you how to nest quotes.

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What's the best part of sex with a transvestite? Reaching around and pretending it went all the way through.
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"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 21:09:34 +0100, wrote:

"NEMO" wrote in message ...

On 6/28/2015 7:11 AM, Colon Edmud Jackass Burchese of Ladyboise, Idaho
wrote:
"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
I saw a German numberplate (with the the blue D) today - M888EEF - isn't
that a British configuration? I thought they were all unique?


Howdy, little feller. Now, I knows what yer sayin', but here's a little
sumptin' to think about, grammarwise that is.
Regarding the concept of a thing being "unique...." The word is one of
them words in engrish we grammarians call an "absolute concept."
Concepts that are absolute either are or are not. This means that
somethin's unique, or it ain't. There ain't no middle ground to fart
around on. In udder words, it ain't proper, fer example, to say that
something is "very" unique, 'cuze you'd be trying to qualify an absolute
concept. Same thing with the word pregnant. A girl's either pregnant,
or she ain't. No bubby can be a little pregnant. You git
now.........and 'ave yerselves a nice day. ^@^


You need to learn to read as well as being a 'grammarian', Coloon. He
didn't SAY "very unique"! Have a nice day! LOLOK

--
Brought to you by Colonel Edmund J. Burke
World-class grammarian, linguist, ladies' man


What sort of linguist? Anilinguist? Penilinguist? LOLOK
And shouldn't that be 'ladyboyz'' not 'ladies''? The 'man' bit is an
obvious exaggeration.

I never said her did, Miss Recktum.
I was jist givin' him a grammar lesson.
NOW GO DOUCHE YER COLOSTOMY!


Why give someone a lesson on how to do what they just did?

And someone needs to teach you how to nest quotes.

--
What's the best part of sex with a transvestite? Reaching around and
pretending it went all the way through.


I ain't got no quotes to nest, sailor.
LOL

But if'n I did, I'd stick 'em right up Miss Recktum's colostomy.
LOL



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On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 21:52:35 +0100, wrote:

"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 21:09:34 +0100, wrote:

"NEMO" wrote in message ...

On 6/28/2015 7:11 AM, Colon Edmud Jackass Burchese of Ladyboise, Idaho
wrote:
"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
I saw a German numberplate (with the the blue D) today - M888EEF - isn't
that a British configuration? I thought they were all unique?


Howdy, little feller. Now, I knows what yer sayin', but here's a little
sumptin' to think about, grammarwise that is.
Regarding the concept of a thing being "unique...." The word is one of
them words in engrish we grammarians call an "absolute concept."
Concepts that are absolute either are or are not. This means that
somethin's unique, or it ain't. There ain't no middle ground to fart
around on. In udder words, it ain't proper, fer example, to say that
something is "very" unique, 'cuze you'd be trying to qualify an absolute
concept. Same thing with the word pregnant. A girl's either pregnant,
or she ain't. No bubby can be a little pregnant. You git
now.........and 'ave yerselves a nice day. ^@^


You need to learn to read as well as being a 'grammarian', Coloon. He
didn't SAY "very unique"! Have a nice day! LOLOK

--
Brought to you by Colonel Edmund J. Burke
World-class grammarian, linguist, ladies' man


What sort of linguist? Anilinguist? Penilinguist? LOLOK
And shouldn't that be 'ladyboyz'' not 'ladies''? The 'man' bit is an
obvious exaggeration.

I never said her did, Miss Recktum.
I was jist givin' him a grammar lesson.
NOW GO DOUCHE YER COLOSTOMY!


Why give someone a lesson on how to do what they just did?

And someone needs to teach you how to nest quotes.


[your stuff removed]

If you type below my sig, you get deleted.

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"NEMO" wrote in message ...

On 6/28/2015 9:02 AM, Tough Guy no. 1265 wrote:
On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 15:11:22 +0100, Col. Edmund J. Burke
wrote:

"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
I saw a German numberplate (with the the blue D) today - M888EEF - isn't
that a British configuration? I thought they were all unique?


Howdy, little feller. Now, I knows what yer sayin', but here's a little
sumptin' to think about, grammarwise that is.
Regarding the concept of a thing being "unique...." The word is one
of them
words in engrish we grammarians call an "absolute concept." Concepts
that
are absolute either are or are not. This means that somethin's
unique, or
it ain't. There ain't no middle ground to fart around on. In udder
words,
it ain't proper, fer example, to say that something is "very" unique,
'cuze
you'd be trying to qualify an absolute concept. Same thing with the word
pregnant. A girl's either pregnant, or she ain't. No bubby can be a
little
pregnant. You git now.........and 'ave yerselves a nice day. ^@^


I said "unique", I never put a word in front of it.

And with regards to pregnant, surely someone with twins is more pregnant
than someone with one baby?


And someone who's nine months and bursting is far more pregnant than
someone who's just conceived rectally.

I see you speak from experience, you old dockside whore!
LOL

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"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 21:30:57 +0100, NEMO
wrote:

On 6/28/2015 9:02 AM, Tough Guy no. 1265 wrote:
On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 15:11:22 +0100, Col. Edmund J. Burke
wrote:

"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
I saw a German numberplate (with the the blue D) today - M888EEF - isn't
that a British configuration? I thought they were all unique?


Howdy, little feller. Now, I knows what yer sayin', but here's a little
sumptin' to think about, grammarwise that is.
Regarding the concept of a thing being "unique...." The word is one
of them
words in engrish we grammarians call an "absolute concept." Concepts
that
are absolute either are or are not. This means that somethin's
unique, or
it ain't. There ain't no middle ground to fart around on. In udder
words,
it ain't proper, fer example, to say that something is "very" unique,
'cuze
you'd be trying to qualify an absolute concept. Same thing with the
word
pregnant. A girl's either pregnant, or she ain't. No bubby can be a
little
pregnant. You git now.........and 'ave yerselves a nice day. ^@^


I said "unique", I never put a word in front of it.

And with regards to pregnant, surely someone with twins is more pregnant
than someone with one baby?


And someone who's nine months and bursting is far more pregnant than
someone who's just conceived rectally.


Col Burke is only familiar with rectally.

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All the American flags on the moon have been bleached by radiation from the
sun (which can only be a good thing).


At least we made it to the moon.
We're not stuck on out tiny island nation with buck teeth like some.
LOL

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On Mon, 29 Jun 2015 15:42:43 +0100, wrote:

"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 21:30:57 +0100, NEMO
wrote:

On 6/28/2015 9:02 AM, Tough Guy no. 1265 wrote:
On Sun, 28 Jun 2015 15:11:22 +0100, Col. Edmund J. Burke
wrote:

"Tough Guy no. 1265" wrote in message news
I saw a German numberplate (with the the blue D) today - M888EEF - isn't
that a British configuration? I thought they were all unique?


Howdy, little feller. Now, I knows what yer sayin', but here's a little
sumptin' to think about, grammarwise that is.
Regarding the concept of a thing being "unique...." The word is one
of them
words in engrish we grammarians call an "absolute concept." Concepts
that
are absolute either are or are not. This means that somethin's
unique, or
it ain't. There ain't no middle ground to fart around on. In udder
words,
it ain't proper, fer example, to say that something is "very" unique,
'cuze
you'd be trying to qualify an absolute concept. Same thing with the
word
pregnant. A girl's either pregnant, or she ain't. No bubby can be a
little
pregnant. You git now.........and 'ave yerselves a nice day. ^@^

I said "unique", I never put a word in front of it.

And with regards to pregnant, surely someone with twins is more pregnant
than someone with one baby?


And someone who's nine months and bursting is far more pregnant than
someone who's just conceived rectally.


Col Burke is only familiar with rectally.


Why are you talking about yourself?

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when you're carrying your bride over the threshold, always go in sideways,
unless of course two broken ankles and a concussion turn you on.
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"The Peeler" wrote in message ...

On Tue, 30 Jun 2015 21:12:41 +0100, Dumb Guy no. 1265, the Rectum's old
whore, wrote:


Col Burke is only familiar with rectally.


I'm beginning to suspect that the good Colon is a troll.


I think he has an IQ of 40.


That would still about 39 over your "IQ", Dumb Guy! BG


OMG! LOL!



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