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I've been offered eight legs of venison for £100! can anyone tell me if this is too deer :eusa_doh:

Depends - if it's a muntjac then it is a little deer!
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LOL

Funny, I'm sure most of those gals still look good nekked.

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got to love the music

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JS3PIDgnTNQ&feature=player_detailpage

<iframe width="640" height="360" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/JS3PIDgnTNQ?feature=player_detailpage" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

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Yeah Katie it's called a "CORSET" and no self-respecting red-neck would be seen dead in one !! :crylaugh:

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A little girl is with her mom in the park when they see 2 teenagers having sex on a bench.
"What are they doing?" asks the little girl,
"making cake" replies the quick thinking mom.

Later that day the pair are walking around the zoo when they see 2 monkeys having sex and again the little girl asks what the monkeys are doing, to which the mother replies "making cake".

The next day the little girl walks into the kitchen and says to her mom
"you and daddy were making cake in the lounge last night"
"how do you know?" asks the mom.
"because I licked the icing off the sofa..."

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On Sky News this morning:

"Back in 1611, Johannes Kepler said that the most efficient way to stack spheres such as oranges and melons was in a pyramid formation.

Now, 403 years later, academics have finally confirmed that his theory is correct.

Professor Thomas Hales from the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, thought he had cracked the problem back in 1998.

A 300-page proof was developed, which took 12 reviewers four years to check for errors.

But even then, it could only prove the theory was 99% correct.

So, in 2003, he began to create a computational tool to check the proof beyond all doubt.

Called the Flyspeck project, it uses two pieces of formal verification software. Given enough time, it can check the logic of complex mathematical theories.

This week, Prof Hales and his team announced that his 1998 proof had been scrutinised by the software, and proven correct.

He told New Scientist: "I suddenly feel 10 years younger.""

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Fuck right off welshie, I just had my fuckin tea (steak, rare.......)

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Is that bear grylls?! Man... he's even hot with blood all over his face :eusa_drool:

note that I didn't say menstrual blood... that's disgusting!! :barf:

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