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Postby szabolcs » 02 Jul 2009, 08:13

day_tripper wrote:
szabolcs wrote:I know this has been brought up before, but any plans to get a search function on the site? It would definitely come in handy.

What, exactly, are you going to search for?


threads.

For example to find the fuckin awesome sonk thread I had to check like 10 pages.

A search function would make it more comfortable.

Surprising answer, isn't it?
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Postby szabolcs » 05 Jul 2009, 01:50

day_tripper why'd u delete your reply?
any answers on this one BrainofJ?
Also: have you ever met Oasis in person?

That is all. :?
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Postby day_tripper » 05 Jul 2009, 03:46

I am anal about grammatical mistakes (there was a comma missing) and meant to click the edit button which is right next to the delete button. One thing led to another... :( I make mistakes too.



Stop picking on me. :cry:
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Postby szabolcs » 05 Jul 2009, 08:45

day_tripper wrote:I am anal about grammatical mistakes (there was a comma missing) and meant to click the edit button which is right next to the delete button. One thing led to another... :( I make mistakes too.



Stop picking on me. :cry:


Making mistakes makes you human, which is a great PLUS in my book, day_tripper.
Did you eventually read Stand by Moi by Stephen King?
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Postby day_tripper » 05 Jul 2009, 14:31

szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:I am anal about grammatical mistakes (there was a comma missing) and meant to click the edit button which is right next to the delete button. One thing led to another... :( I make mistakes too.



Stop picking on me. :cry:


Making mistakes makes you human, which is a great PLUS in my book, day_tripper.
Did you eventually read Stand by Moi by Stephen King?

I actually did and it was superb. Any more book recommendations?!!

I have one for you. If you have yet to read 'About A Boy' by Nick Hornby it's a quick and delightful read!
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Postby szabolcs » 06 Jul 2009, 09:33

day_tripper wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:I am anal about grammatical mistakes (there was a comma missing) and meant to click the edit button which is right next to the delete button. One thing led to another... :( I make mistakes too.



Stop picking on me. :cry:


Making mistakes makes you human, which is a great PLUS in my book, day_tripper.
Did you eventually read Stand by Moi by Stephen King?

I actually did and it was superb. Any more book recommendations?!!

I have one for you. If you have yet to read 'About A Boy' by Nick Hornby it's a quick and delightful read!


I almost bought a Nick Hornby book 2 days ago. :o
It must be a sign then. 8)

Edit: Charles Bukowski: Women. Great book.
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Postby brain_of_j » 10 Jul 2009, 01:54

szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:I am anal about grammatical mistakes (there was a comma missing) and meant to click the edit button which is right next to the delete button. One thing led to another... :( I make mistakes too.



Stop picking on me. :cry:


Making mistakes makes you human, which is a great PLUS in my book, day_tripper.
Did you eventually read Stand by Moi by Stephen King?

I actually did and it was superb. Any more book recommendations?!!

I have one for you. If you have yet to read 'About A Boy' by Nick Hornby it's a quick and delightful read!


I almost bought a Nick Hornby book 2 days ago. :o
It must be a sign then. 8)

Edit: Charles Bukowski: Women. Great book.


Bukowski rocked. his poetry is stunning
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Postby day_tripper » 10 Jul 2009, 18:16

brain_of_j wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:I am anal about grammatical mistakes (there was a comma missing) and meant to click the edit button which is right next to the delete button. One thing led to another... :( I make mistakes too.



Stop picking on me. :cry:


Making mistakes makes you human, which is a great PLUS in my book, day_tripper.
Did you eventually read Stand by Moi by Stephen King?

I actually did and it was superb. Any more book recommendations?!!

I have one for you. If you have yet to read 'About A Boy' by Nick Hornby it's a quick and delightful read!


I almost bought a Nick Hornby book 2 days ago. :o
It must be a sign then. 8)

Edit: Charles Bukowski: Women. Great book.


Bukowski rocked. his poetry is stunning

Currently reading Women (amazon-ed the sucker). Decided to try something new!

What are you reading szabolcs? Do tell do tell.
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Postby Staypurty! » 11 Jul 2009, 23:45

day_tripper wrote:<3 you poopster aka stay purty


:oops: I not forgeted tripsy! :d
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Postby day_tripper » 12 Jul 2009, 12:58

Staybeautiful wrote:
day_tripper wrote:<3 you poopster aka stay purty


:oops: I not forgeted tripsy! :d

Fankoo fur not forgeted me, poopyman. :oops: A luffly sonk fur a luffly boi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zz4pTMN3abw






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