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King_Ghidra
19-04-2005, 13:20:13
i hope nobody already did this one

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/allnews/page.cfm?objectid=14005756&method=full&siteid=50143

Cruddy
19-04-2005, 13:29:46
No, nobody else has posted year out of date newspaper headlines.

At least not that I've noticed.

King_Ghidra
19-04-2005, 13:38:19
it's a copycat you imbecile

Cruddy
19-04-2005, 13:41:24
It's a shit copycat. I should know, I've posted some myself.

Venom
19-04-2005, 13:42:20
He's right. It's shit.

King_Ghidra
19-04-2005, 13:44:44
well thank you for your feedback

now go take a flying fuck

zmama
19-04-2005, 13:53:29
But they're supposed to be shit!
It's tradition :D

MOBIUS
19-04-2005, 14:30:05
The day I post a not-shit copycat, someone shoot me!:D

Greg W
19-04-2005, 14:35:13
Originally posted by zmama
But they're supposed to be shit!
It's tradition :D Hell yeah. :beer:

Rodgers
19-04-2005, 14:37:06
My gf is obsessed with doggers :(

(and this is a shit copycat)

Venom
19-04-2005, 14:53:30
KG is so defensive of his stupid ideas.

King_Ghidra
19-04-2005, 14:59:26
Originally posted by Rodgers
My gf is obsessed with doggers :(

(and this is a shit copycat)

obsessed how?

King_Ghidra
19-04-2005, 14:59:54
Originally posted by Venom
KG is so defensive of his stupid ideas.

true. i'm very insecure. :cry:

Rodgers
19-04-2005, 15:11:49
Originally posted by King_Ghidra
obsessed how?


Er, well she goes on about them a lot, tells me stories of people she has heard of that do it/have done it and whenever we pass a layby with a solitary car in it she points at it and say "doggers!".

Does that sound like obsession? :confused:

King_Ghidra
19-04-2005, 15:14:57
maybe

more to the point, do you think she fancies a go herself

btw as i understand it, a solitary car couldn't really be involved in dogging

Cruddy
19-04-2005, 15:16:29
Originally posted by Rodgers
Er, well she goes on about them a lot, tells me stories of people she has heard of that do it/have done it and whenever we pass a layby with a solitary car in it she points at it and say "doggers!".

Does that sound like obsession? :confused:

Fascination, certainly. But that doesn't mean she wants to participate.

She might just want to watch. Or maybe she needs something to sneer at.

Rodgers
19-04-2005, 15:22:14
I think it's the sneering - she likes doing that.

I thought it worked like this - solitary car with the participants in it. Spectators gather around it.

They must have the de-mister on all the time - wonder if that stops them hearing the requests of the spectators?

King_Ghidra
19-04-2005, 15:31:11
i think the spectators often become participators

Rodgers
19-04-2005, 15:45:54
oh.

Cruddy
19-04-2005, 15:49:13
Originally posted by King_Ghidra
i think the spectators often become participators

When you find out for sure, do let us all know.

King_Ghidra
19-04-2005, 15:49:43
my camera phone is ready