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Bellend Sebastian

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    I was young and my best friend was a type of parasitic wasp

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  1. When I pass from this plane to the next I'm TOTALLY going to be the first Twix eating ghost if I get the chance. Those that know me wouldn't expect anything less
  2. You forgot angels and crystal healing. I have to say, I find what people believe fascinating. There was a thing on the Guardian website yesterday about the number of people in the UK that believe in QAnon and associated bollocks conspiracies, and yes, it's quite a few. What's going on, guys? What draws people to things that have zero evidence to support them? That's every bit as interesting as the thing they believe in, I find
  3. Not now, Arctic Sea: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/oct/22/alarm-as-arctic-sea-ice-not-yet-freezing-at-latest-date-on-record
  4. Don't most supermarkets have a bit after the tills where you can donate? I know Freeman's park Morrisons does
  5. And they're almost never doing things like eating crisps, reading a book, cracking one out, or just being asleep. I think we'd relate to them a lot more if they did this sort of thing rather than just floating about going "woooooooo" etc
  6. I heard about this on a Radio 4 science programme years ago, but this is the first time I've found it anywhere on the old web: https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/science/2003/oct/16/science.farout Might explain some of this shizzle
  7. I tell you what's the worst thing about the pandemic I've come across so far - they don't clean your car when you get it serviced anymore
  8. Or shutting themselves in their room, only venturing out to buy the latest Britpop hits on CD like I did
  9. Although I don't for a second think that the spirits of dead human beings walk among us, I still find the subject fascinating simply because so many folk, including plenty who are not prone to flights of fancy have had experiences of some sort that they cannot explain. I think environment and suggestion play a big part - so much of this stuff happens in stereotypically spooky places, so perhaps your mind is already half way to thinking something's going on and it takes a lot less to trigger it than if you were somewhere else more inviting. Stress/fatigue/anxiety all mess with your
  10. While I'm sympathetic to current students in as much as they certainly aren't having the university experience they expected or hoped for, the state of these: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-54631524 They're not even the first students in LENTON to be hit with the biggest fine
  11. Explain THIS then https://www.pressreader.com/uk/sunday-sport-1098/20130623/281964605291347
  12. You get ghost dogs as well supposedly but never anything else. Never a ghost mouse, or ghost wasp. Explain that one
  13. Your mysterious figure in the road reminds me of an old colleague who told a similar story about a late night encounter with a female apparition when driving late at night. This is of interest only in that, when recounting the tale, my colleague's absolute terror at the memory was genuine and obvious. F*** knows what he actually saw or thought he saw, but he did literally look like he'd seen a ghost - I don't remember ever seeing someone look so frightened
  14. I don't believe in ghosts, but that doesn't stop me getting scared shitless by a good ghost story. Makes no sense to me
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