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Originally Posted By: Big J R
Originally Posted By: cantos
On this day in 1973 i caught my willy in my zip.


Are you having a party ?


I think he was at the time... chloenurse

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Birthdays today

 

1953 - Falcão, Brazilian footballer

1959 - Gary Kemp, Spandau Ballet

1960 - Bob Mould, From the great late 80s band Sugar !

1962 - Flea, (Red Hot Chili Peppers)

1965 - Steve Lamacq, DJ

1967 - Davina McCall

1982 - Frédéric Michalak, French rugby player

1984 - Shayne Ward, winner of The X Factor, series 2005

1985 - Casey Stoner, Moto GP champion elect !

 

 

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Originally Posted By: Greg_Dyke
Birthdays today

1967 - Davina McCall



Can't stand her as a presenter but there is definitely something very horny about her !!

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Birthdays today for...

 

1953 - Mary Steenburgen

1955 - John Grisham

 

1964 - Trinny Woodall

1966 - Hristo Stoichkov

1968 - Gary Coleman (LEGEND)

 

1970 - Alonzo Mourning, American basketball player

 

1980 - Ralf Little

 

and its Nirvana day today...not the band, but the Buddhists

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1920 - In Rome, Pope Benedict XV canonizes Joan of Arc as a saint.

 

Birthdays

 

1966 - Janet Jackson

1969 - David Boreanaz

 

1970 - Gabriela Sabatini

 

1978 - Lionel Scaloni

1980 - Mikel Alonso

 

1986 - Megan Fox, American actress

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August 1st...

 

It's Kanu's birthday !! cake

 

1964 - The Belgian Congo was renamed the Republic of the Congo.

Any clues as to what their national dance is hairout

 

 

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We all know what happened on this day ten years ago and remember exactly where we were, John F Kennedy, Elvis Presley, John Lennon and Princess Diana style, when the two planes hit the twin towers in New York, who can ever forget those awful images and the aftermath of the atrocity.

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Ian - Thanks, yes that has always confused me, why didn't they call it 11/9 instead of 9/11.

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It's Kanu's birthday!!

I just came across this post by the elusive Greg Dyke, I wonder if he was referring to N[****!!****]wo Kanu of Nigeria and Arsenal fame or the Kanu who made the legendary post on here once about Clement Temile.

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"who can ever forget.....?"

 

Oh dear oh dear...

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"who can ever forget.....?"

 

Oh dear oh dear...

 

LOL You'd think 9/11 was a clue. Doh!

 

 

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Never mind mate

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LOL You'd think 9/11 was a clue. Doh

Hookey – Well that’s just my point, we would say 11/9 wouldn’t we, with 7/7 there was no confusion was there

 

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its confusing because 9/11 you would assume is 9th of november but obviously the USA do things about face,just to be awkward.

Like some of their spellings they have changed just for the sake of it.ie color

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There there.

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Ian - Thanks, yes that has always confused me, why didn't they call it 11/9 instead of 9/11.

 

 

Because it is American and they do MM/DD/YYYY

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its confusing because 9/11 you would assume is 9th of november but obviously the USA do things about face,just to be awkward.

Like some of their spellings they have changed just for the sake of it.ie color

 

Don't get him started on American spelling, he's still trying to grasp English

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Actually you will be surprised to learn it is more the other way.

 

English has evolved an awful lot over the years in various parts of the globe.

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Ok then,so what words have been changed to suit the americans from the english language

 

Obviously Color is one of the most recognised! one but what are the others.

 

Labor, Harbor, Favor, Flavor, Honor.....

 

 

 

 

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There there.

Loosely - Instead of making childish remarks what were you doing ten years ago tomorrow out of interest, around 2.00pm, when the planes hit their targets in New York and Washington

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