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Sprog

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Hmm..setting a fine example there...... :? :roll:
 

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In know way am i promoting that kind of activity, but it technically should be;

Not-Work Fail!!

lol

Merry Christmas,
Joe
 

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joeholmes said:
In know way am i promoting that kind of activity, but it technically should be;

Not-Work Fail!!

lol

Merry Christmas,
Joe

DAM STRAIGHT!!



:lol: :lol: :lol: <D <D hehehe
 

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so people no we are actually joking.. Personally NR are actually doing a good job!

Still funny though!


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Yup, NR have done well this year!! :D :D

keep it up!

MERRY CHRISTMAS btw! 21 minutes!!
 

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I see no reason why that is funny in anyway, im a bit bemused to be honest. Id call that graffeti
Well, it's got to be a form of vandalism doesn't it? Defacing somebody elses' property?
 

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Well, I'm not sure you could call writing in the dirt with a finger vandalism. It's certainly not like attacking a train with a can of spray paint is it?
It sort of reminds me of those slogans you see written in the dirt on the back of white vans. You know, things like "also available in white" and "I wish my girlfriend was as dirty as this van". I'm sure there are loads more you lot could think of to brighten up a wet, miserable (here at least) boxing day. :D

Frank
 
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