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  1. chonabot

    Unoffical Spurs Thread

    Need to change ma bifocals....
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    Unoffical Spurs Thread

    Hey there football forum fans Not sure why my long standing thread was terminated but in the name of continuity, I've opened an unofficial one for true Spurs fans... Predictions for tonight, why 5-0 of course! COYS!
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    School Holidays 2013

    Instant recipe for 3, wrong, answers
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    Where Do All Those Dead Butterflies Come From ?

    Nice of those species to 'lend themselves' ..bizarre phrase..but not altogether repulsive, which describes any sort of modern taxidermy.- Nothing specific to the topic - "lends itself to" is a standard English idiomatic phrase, meaning something is suitable for, can be adapted to. "This commentary lends itself to several different interpretations." "This property lends itself to a variety of uses." - Also, I don't think "taxidermy" is used much in connection with insects, that has more to do with reconstructing higher-level animals, removing the flesh, structuring the skin over the bones etc. Apparently the term is lepidopterology for butterflies. Yes I am aware of the phrase and its connotations, just never heard it in connection to http://m.pinterest.com/marisolfarda/insect-taxidermy/ before
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    Where Do All Those Dead Butterflies Come From ?

    Nice of those species to 'lend themselves' ..bizarre phrase..but not altogether repulsive, which describes any sort of modern taxidermy.
  6. chonabot

    Songkran, How Do You Feel About It?

    Everyone has different tolerances, so there really is no point trying to get your own idealistic view of this short period of time in a contentious stance. Each to their own and goodnite peeps
  7. chonabot

    Going For A Toeic In Bangkok.....

    Nice one - so......NEP after the test was it ?
  8. chonabot

    Songkran, How Do You Feel About It?

    Perhaps they enjoy it - we don't all turn into Victor Meldrew when we hit 30 Some turn into passive-agressives, with their hostility masquerading as a joke... I enjoy it as a participant and a slightly merry pedestrian observer - But 3 days is my abolute limit..........ok I could stretch to 3.5
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    Songkran, How Do You Feel About It?

    But by using the dirty gutter water, surely they are lessening the need to use clean and useful water?
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    Songkran, How Do You Feel About It?

    A little sillyness is good every now and then
  11. chonabot

    What Is Attractive About Thai Birds?

    You would need to meet at least two or three hundred from each country and know them intimately before you could comment on their 'mentally' with any real pertinence. I personally find the way they can cheer me up on a bad day, a very attractive quality. Perhaps it is their 'childish' outlook that puts a pleasant slant on an increasingly grey and dull serious mentality held by many Westerners. I have never considered their place in the world of beautiful women, who really cares about such a crass classification? Must be a slow Sunday for some of us
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    Songkran, How Do You Feel About It?

    Perhaps they enjoy it - we don't all turn into Victor Meldrew when we hit 30
  13. chonabot

    Urgent Post From Uk - Thailand

    Will they collect from the UK?
  14. chonabot

    Songkran, How Do You Feel About It?

    Still love it - Only lasts 3 days in Kalasin. Last year my wife got into an altercation with a English guy, he was walking through the mayhem with a face like a slapped arse. Daring people to soak him , most couldn't be bothered, my wife doused him with a bucket of ice water, quite gently though. Even though her arm was in a sling, he started shouting and shoved her quite hard. There was a large inflatable swimming pool full of ice water that we used for refills. He became quite friendly with it for a while Kalasin is a big enough place to avoid the main festivities, this berk was looking for trouble and ended up cooling down. My first songkran was in 1987 as a 22 year old - madness - but that was in Patts.
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    Sad To Go , But We Will Return :)

    I missed that one..sadly Great policing as ever B x
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