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Carl the Llama

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About Carl the Llama

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  • Birthday 06/10/89

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  1. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    In more positive news Buce and Toddy should be able to ride out the next recession comfortably with their salt mining business.
  2. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Yes but there are more jobs than when we entered this period of awful wage growth so all is well with the world.
  3. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    You do, nobody else in this thread is getting worked up
  4. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    That was you? You said a couple of things about the impact on flavour that weren't true, I corrected your misconceptions and moved on with my life... Why would I get upset over someone else not being able to taste flavours? Indeed I'd completely forgotten about it until you brought it up just now, clearly you like to hold a grudge, I'm sorry if I upset you. No, the only thing 'bothering' me here is exactly what I said at the top of the page. That said I'd love to know your opinion on the demographics of those who repped that MattP comment now that the list is a bit larger than just "self confessed gay-hater Wymeswold" (of course I missed the conversation where he admitted to hating all the gays but I'm sure it must have happened and it's not that you're almost wilfully failing to appreciate the nuance of what he really said).
  5. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    I'm not sure which comments you mean but I imagine you're reading them in the wrong tone because I've just gone back and only found a couple which I think might fit your description (didn't look that hard tbf): and The first is less a case of "mocking" and more a case of making light of the story and playing on a previous comment in the thread. In fact I missed it earlier and the only reason I didn't rep it myself just now is in case this is indeed one of the posts you meant and repping it makes me one of the who's who of our resident Tories... That said the second comment is one I did see earlier and I already repped it for being funny because the whole back and forth about what is and isn't in the IKEA instruction manual was a genuinely bizarre conversation to witness so maybe it's already too late for me and I might as well rep that first post too and take to walking around wearing a boater, chinos and blazer with a blue rosette on it.
  6. Amusing News Stories

    Brilliant Bit concerned about the following quote mind you: I mean how do you end up with kids old enough to talk who aren't familiar with the basic notion of how the other half pees?
  7. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Rog I've found great insight from a lot of the things you've had to say in this thread but you seriously let yourself down whenever you resort to casting these blanket aspersions against anybody who dares to hold right-wing opinions, talking as though voting Tory is demonstrable evidence that a person is evil and the enemy of all good folk everywhere. Considering that I'm on record as getting heavily exasperated at the team politics approach from certain right-wing posters in here it would be astoundingly hypocritical of me to quietly sit by while you do the same. That's about the only thing right with it!
  8. What grinds my gears...

    It's a bit of a sore spot for me and I think it's a fair point that the modern-day bastardisation of feminism and its tendency to silence dissenters should be viewed as a free-speech concern in developed countries but on the other hand feminism as a movement is still hugely relevant globally and can do a lot of good in places like India and Saudi Arabia so we have to be careful not to throw the whole movement into one pigeon-hole because of some women in the developed world with a chip on their shoulder.
  9. Net Neutrality

  10. If you have 2 seconds read your latest post list on profile page

    That was one of my irrefutably hilarious posts.
  11. If you have 2 seconds read your latest post list on profile page

    Just checked it out, no idea what the problem is - everything I write is either deeply insightful or irrefutably hilarious.
  12. Politics Thread (encompassing Brexit) - 21 June 2017 onwards

    Not a political point but what's up with the recent trend for invoking King Herod? Not seen him mentioned in conversation since way back in Sunday school yet he's been brought up at least half a dozen times in the last few pages. What's brought him to the front of everyone's mind?
  13. Absolute cvnts of our time Pt.MXXVI

    I'm not saying it's cvnty to not donate your organs, like yoou say it's your body, but it's the blocking of a relative's wish to have their organs donated that I can't get my head around.
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