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Yep :( that's all we have got to look forward to . . . a whole steaming pile of Zigazig aaaah

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: General Trump hilarity free-for-all thread
« on: March 19, 2019, 11:40:23 pm »
The first. Trans lesbians may have experience with both, which is just an exciting future in store for me.

Aah, thanks for clarifying.

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: General Trump hilarity free-for-all thread
« on: March 19, 2019, 11:19:56 pm »
Trans women regardless of sexuality tend to have some personal experience with that term as well.

Faggot or rug-muncher?

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: General Trump hilarity free-for-all thread
« on: March 19, 2019, 10:37:54 pm »
Not to strawman or anything, but PDS: did you protest when gay people said they didn't want to be called "faggot" anymore?

Just a quick observation about the vagaries of language and the ease with which your meaning can get inadvertently screwed:
gay person here, but I've never, ever, been called a faggot, though a neighbour did once call me a rug-muncher to my face. It made me laugh.

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Ever heard that old joke "If voting made any difference they wouldn't let us do it?"
Well just to clarify where the power lies in the UK have a squint at this
https://www.globalresearch.ca/shocking-study-no-mainstream-media-outlet-dared-publish/5670569
The headline is tabloid but the research is very interesting

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Apple Talk / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: March 07, 2019, 09:59:49 am »
Reality can't hold a candle to a dirty mind. It ought to be a sex toy but it is really a way of turning pennies worth of materials into gross profit. Sad


also Lovely to see you again

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Apple Talk / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: March 06, 2019, 05:00:02 pm »
Masturbation aid, pointless gewgaw and extreme profit generator

PS I have 16 units which could theoretically benefit from this doodad but knowing it exists does not in any way make my life easier

NOUUU, it aint a sex toy, nor a "plumbus" nor a money maker.  :lulz:

16 units of what? I dont understand

Full disclosure -  I have 4 dogs

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Apple Talk / Re: PICS VIII: 10% LARGER THAN PICS VII
« on: March 06, 2019, 08:53:08 am »
Masturbation aid, pointless gewgaw and extreme profit generator

PS I have 16 units which could theoretically benefit from this doodad but knowing it exists does not in any way make my life easier










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Bring and Brag / Re: Favorite Sentences Megathread
« on: February 09, 2019, 12:40:14 am »
"I'd far rather be happy than right any day." Douglas Adams H2GT2G

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Brady amendment passed.  May has to go back to the EU and negotiate on something the EU has said it won't negotiate on.

Time to stock up on tinned food, pasta, toilet paper and drugs.  No Deal just got even more likely.

Candles too. Just saying. I remember the 1970's

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Just got this from Pembrokeshire CC - don't know whether to laugh or cry, and horrormirth is so yesterday

Newsroom
New Look For Trade Event
Supplier to buyer
Gaelic Snails, Nitro Coffee, Gluten Free products and Irish Pork Scratchings provide an overseas flavour for next month’s ‘Supplier to Buyer’ trade event.

So wait.  This is the replacement for international trade in the post-Brexit economy?

Only if we can find enough privateers to smuggle the goods for us. And yes this is pretty much what constitutes international trade in my part of Wales for sure.  I was talking to a localish MP the other night and he reminded me that 60% of our Welsh products are exported to the EU and once you get past whats left of our steel production and the remnants of heavy industry,[Airbus wings and aero-engines, that sort of stuff] the balance of our exports is in agricultural produce, with increasing attempts to increase the value added sector. Most of these are small scale family businesses and they are predominantly supported by European structural funds. After Brexit it seems unlikely that there will be much international trade left. We will be scratching around looking for pennies down the back of the sofa, because WTO terms just aren't going to support trade at the same levels as we are currently used to.

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Just got this from Pembrokeshire CC - don't know whether to laugh or cry, and horrormirth is so yesterday

Newsroom
New Look For Trade Event
Supplier to buyer
Gaelic Snails, Nitro Coffee, Gluten Free products and Irish Pork Scratchings provide an overseas flavour for next month’s ‘Supplier to Buyer’ trade event.

The annual event, which is South West Wales’s largest trade show for the tourism and hospitality sector takes place on Wednesday, February 6th, in its new location – The Parkhouse Building, Withybush Showground.

‘Supplier to Buyer is a free, regional trade event aimed at the hospitality, leisure and tourism sectors, and is a jointly organised between Pembrokeshire County Council’s Food Development Team and Pembrokeshire Tourism.

Over 60 exhibitors have already booked to attend including 11 from Ireland.

They have been invited as part of the Bucanier Project - BUCANIER (Building Clusters and Networks in Innovation Enterprise and Research).

The project aims to open up trading opportunities between Wales and Ireland and hopefully providing Welsh traders a chance to return to Ireland in the future.

“I am really excited and cannot wait to meet other Welsh businesses and I believe this will be the first step to build long lasting relationships with some Welsh partners,”said  Eva Milka from Gaelic Escargot

Her views are echoed by Matthew Brownie of The Skibbereen Food Company.

“Can't wait to meet our project partners Pembrokeshire County Council in Wales next month, and to showcase my snack products, to all buyers and distributor's at the supplier to buyer trade show,” he said.

“I’m Excited to see new and latest food innovation from other producers in Wales.”

“‘Supplier to Buyer’ is an ideal place to showcase your product range, or any new editions direct to the trade,” said Pembrokeshire County Council’s food development officer Joanne Welch.

“As in previous years there is an excellent array of producers attending that deliver first class, high quality produce and this is a great opportunity for the hospitality, tourism and retail sector to find out what products are available and where they are obtainable.

“Having our friends from the Bucanier Project, including those from across the Irish Sea attend, helps to make this year’s event an incredible opportunity and provides added flavour. The event is all about opening up business opportunities and seeing those business links develop over time.”

Liz Williams, Project Manager of Pembrokeshire Tourism agrees.

“We are delighted to join up with Pembrokeshire County Council’s Food Development Team in bringing together this regional trade event once again.

“It is a great opportunity for hospitality businesses to find new products, and develop interesting offers for their visitors, many of whom are now keen to find something distinctive and local to the area, and of course the ranges available for those with dietary requirements are increasing all the time as well”.

For more information contact Tel: 01646 622228 or Email: admin@pembrokeshire-tourism.net

Bucanier is funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland Wales co-operation programme.


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Apple Talk / Re: Open Bar: Drinks are on the Supreme Court
« on: January 09, 2019, 06:56:59 pm »
that's great news.

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How quickly will the black market adapt to a no-deal Brexit, do you think?

I suspect they are orchestrating it as we speak . . .

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Aneristic Illusions / Re: General Trump hilarity free-for-all thread
« on: December 21, 2018, 06:42:04 pm »
He just doesn't get the whole "Loyalty" thing. Sad

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