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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3810 on: May 26, 2017, 12:22:36 PM »
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Will this child be my niece/nephew or cousin?
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My youngest uncle and aunt (his wife) discovered they are having a second child. Their current child is almost five. And I consider him my cousin. A lot of my friends have nieces and nephews. But I can only be an older cousin because I only have a brother who's in his early teens.
I recently turned eighteen, so, can I be an auntie. Or just a cousin?? Because I'm an adult now
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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3811 on: May 26, 2017, 12:34:49 PM »
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Will this child be my niece/nephew or cousin?
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My youngest uncle and aunt (his wife) discovered they are having a second child. Their current child is almost five. And I consider him my cousin. A lot of my friends have nieces and nephews. But I can only be an older cousin because I only have a brother who's in his early teens.
I recently turned eighteen, so, can I be an auntie. Or just a cousin?? Because I'm an adult now
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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3812 on: May 26, 2017, 01:24:56 PM »
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Will this child be my niece/nephew or cousin?
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My youngest uncle and aunt (his wife) discovered they are having a second child. Their current child is almost five. And I consider him my cousin. A lot of my friends have nieces and nephews. But I can only be an older cousin because I only have a brother who's in his early teens.
I recently turned eighteen, so, can I be an auntie. Or just a cousin?? Because I'm an adult now
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noooo: noooo:
Well, whatever nevermind

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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3813 on: May 26, 2017, 02:12:52 PM »
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Will this child be my niece/nephew or cousin?
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My youngest uncle and aunt (his wife) discovered they are having a second child. Their current child is almost five. And I consider him my cousin. A lot of my friends have nieces and nephews. But I can only be an older cousin because I only have a brother who's in his early teens.
I recently turned eighteen, so, can I be an auntie. Or just a cousin?? Because I'm an adult now
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 noooo:
noooo: noooo:

I know I've said it before, but I still can't get my head around it...  noooo:

You've got access to teh Interwebz but instead of typing 'niece' or 'cousin' into Google you type your life history into Yahoo Answers and allow 'Keith' to rip the piss out of you... ::)

Why??? Shrugs:
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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3814 on: May 26, 2017, 02:15:35 PM »
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Will this child be my niece/nephew or cousin?
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My youngest uncle and aunt (his wife) discovered they are having a second child. Their current child is almost five. And I consider him my cousin. A lot of my friends have nieces and nephews. But I can only be an older cousin because I only have a brother who's in his early teens.
I recently turned eighteen, so, can I be an auntie. Or just a cousin?? Because I'm an adult now
facepalm:

 noooo:
noooo: noooo:

I know I've said it before, but I still can't get my head around it...  noooo:

You've got access to teh Interwebz but instead of typing 'niece' or 'cousin' into Google you type your life history into Yahoo Answers and allow 'Keith' to rip the piss out of you... ::)

Why??? Shrugs:

Because not everyone is able to get their worthless arses onto reality TV shows and this is the only way they can get the attention they so crave.  noooo:
Some days I think the only thing keeping me from becoming homicidal is that the voices can't agree on which weapon would be the most fun.

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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3815 on: May 26, 2017, 02:16:52 PM »
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Will this child be my niece/nephew or cousin?
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My youngest uncle and aunt (his wife) discovered they are having a second child. Their current child is almost five. And I consider him my cousin. A lot of my friends have nieces and nephews. But I can only be an older cousin because I only have a brother who's in his early teens.
I recently turned eighteen, so, can I be an auntie. Or just a cousin?? Because I'm an adult now
facepalm:

 noooo:
noooo: noooo:

I know I've said it before, but I still can't get my head around it...  noooo:

You've got access to teh Interwebz but instead of typing 'niece' or 'cousin' into Google you type your life history into Yahoo Answers and allow 'Keith' to rip the piss out of you... ::)

Why??? Shrugs:

Because not everyone is able to get their worthless arses onto reality TV shows and this is the only way they can get the attention they so crave.  noooo:

Attention you say...?  rubschin:
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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3816 on: May 26, 2017, 02:20:01 PM »
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Will this child be my niece/nephew or cousin?
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My youngest uncle and aunt (his wife) discovered they are having a second child. Their current child is almost five. And I consider him my cousin. A lot of my friends have nieces and nephews. But I can only be an older cousin because I only have a brother who's in his early teens.
I recently turned eighteen, so, can I be an auntie. Or just a cousin?? Because I'm an adult now
facepalm:

 noooo:
noooo: noooo:

I know I've said it before, but I still can't get my head around it...  noooo:

You've got access to teh Interwebz but instead of typing 'niece' or 'cousin' into Google you type your life history into Yahoo Answers and allow 'Keith' to rip the piss out of you... ::)

Why??? Shrugs:

Because not everyone is able to get their worthless arses onto reality TV shows and this is the only way they can get the attention they so crave.  noooo:

Attention you say...?  rubschin:

Yes, it was in the news recently that when asked what they wanted to be when they grow up a large portion of children said either reality stars or Youtubers.

We could solve a large part of this if we let Mr Darwin work with Ted Nugent....  eveilgrin:
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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3817 on: May 27, 2017, 02:50:12 PM »
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Could you have a conversation on the concorde (plane)?
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It may seem like a stupid question, but if the plane travelled faster than the speed of sound, how would you be able to talk or listen to anything, without your plane moving faster than your voice?
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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3818 on: May 27, 2017, 05:32:49 PM »
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Could you have a conversation on the concorde (plane)?
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It may seem like a stupid question, but if the plane travelled faster than the speed of sound, how would you be able to talk or listen to anything, without your plane moving faster than your voice?
noooo:
noooo: noooo:
Well, whatever nevermind

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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3819 on: May 27, 2017, 07:23:54 PM »
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Could you have a conversation on the concorde (plane)?
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It may seem like a stupid question, but if the plane travelled faster than the speed of sound, how would you be able to talk or listen to anything, without your plane moving faster than your voice?
noooo:

Holy fuck!  eeek:

I had an argument about this on a Cyprus forum that went on for months...  noooo:

It started about that Felix Bumbugger and how he was falling faster than the speed of sound and they couldn't hear him...

I still have callouses on my fingers from all the typing...  ::)
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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3820 on: May 27, 2017, 08:22:48 PM »
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Could you have a conversation on the concorde (plane)?
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It may seem like a stupid question, but if the plane travelled faster than the speed of sound, how would you be able to talk or listen to anything, without your plane moving faster than your voice?
noooo:

Holy fuck!  eeek:

I had an argument about this on a Cyprus forum that went on for months...  noooo:

It started about that Felix Bumbugger and how he was falling faster than the speed of sound and they couldn't hear him...

I still have callouses on my fingers from all the typing...  ::)
There is of course another aspect of this.

Was the questioner talking of a conversation on or in the Concorde?
Well, whatever nevermind

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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3821 on: May 27, 2017, 09:05:36 PM »
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Could you have a conversation on the concorde (plane)?
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It may seem like a stupid question, but if the plane travelled faster than the speed of sound, how would you be able to talk or listen to anything, without your plane moving faster than your voice?
noooo:

Holy fuck!  eeek:

I had an argument about this on a Cyprus forum that went on for months...  noooo:

It started about that Felix Bumbugger and how he was falling faster than the speed of sound and they couldn't hear him...

I still have callouses on my fingers from all the typing...  ::)
There is of course another aspect of this.

Was the questioner talking of a conversation on or in the Concorde?

Well, the mongtardfuckwit questioner posted how amazing it was that we couldn't hear what he was saying...

..and I merely posted along the lines of, "yes, it was shit on Concorde not being able to hear anybody"...

...and then it kicked off...  noooo:

I'll try and find the thread...
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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3822 on: May 27, 2017, 09:47:12 PM »
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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3823 on: June 10, 2017, 06:18:10 PM »
Pink Sis went on a Speed Awareness course after getting caught by a speedcam

They showed pics of a high speed crash site. "What do you think went through the driver's mind?" says ex Plod

"The windscreen, " says PS

Not the right answer, it seems. noooo:
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Re: Yahoo Answers
« Reply #3824 on: June 10, 2017, 06:20:44 PM »
Pink Sis went on a Speed Awareness course after getting caught by a speedcam

They showed pics of a high speed crash site. "What do you think went through the driver's mind?" says ex Plod

"The windscreen, " says PS

Not the right answer, it seems. noooo:

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