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Last night at the pub.
« Reply #60 on: September 02, 2005, 04:18:38 AM »
Oh! How come I have never noticed this thread? :(
Many crazy things happen at pubs. I was at one today with my
grandparents  and family having lunch.

Nothing good happened though; not like the times while I was in England.
One time I got drunk I ended up pissing on the floor in a train station.

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« Reply #61 on: September 02, 2005, 10:15:57 AM »
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« Reply #62 on: September 02, 2005, 10:43:12 AM »
Cream is what you need for something
like that Dwarfy, I mean the transvestite thing because I heard from
Orange and that that tranies can pass on diseases through just
calling you, that sound a bit wierd I
know and it's probably been exagurated alot but still better safe
then sorry. I've heard of this cream which is called
Octanagon which is a sort of  "cure all" for minor diseases
passed from salaver when people talk to you while
inhabited by the disease, I think the talk passed disease you get from
a tranvestite is called "Hersaveal Disease".

Because remember it may be a minor disease but in some cases
it can cause death or serious injust and I advise you to go and
take Octanagon and use it once a day just to be sure that your
"Close friend" didn't inadvertantly pass on the disease to you.
Hell it is, or so I've read but remember it's better safe then sorry.
Enjoy your life Dwarf but drink plenty of fluids if you feal unwell.
Secrets like this shouldn't be shared on an internet forum.