What has made you happy today

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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby Big D » Fri Oct 03, 2008 9:49 am

Collecting a bagful of comics from the post office.
And I'm sloping off early today.

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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby angel_of_death » Fri Oct 03, 2008 12:14 pm

2 hours left at work...then I'm gonna home and drink non-stop till sunday morning, with 2 nights at eddies, sleep for a bit then goto JBs and play!
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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby *red* » Fri Oct 03, 2008 12:52 pm

Cheered myself by spending lunch with the pet emo then buying testment and at the gates CD.
Umm veggie sub too!
Such a happy red now.
I just hope work does not steal my spirit again.

Roll on 5 :D

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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby keera_envenomed » Fri Oct 03, 2008 5:30 pm

MetalBeast wrote:
keera_envenomed wrote:Beautiful, beautiful Karma :D :D :D

:flame: It's a bitch, ain't it? :flame:

Ha!

:D


To what are you referring?

Mmmmmm Korma. :lol:


I can't say :P

I want curry now!
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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby jello » Fri Oct 03, 2008 8:39 pm

Seeing this news article from yahoo news pages (the last line is just surreal)

A man is being sought after he successfully used Craigslist to cover up a bank robbery.

He posted an advert on the popular classified web site offering landscaping work on a road maintenance project in Monroe, Washington for $28.50 an hour.

One man who contacted the advertiser about work was told to meet the rest of the crew outside a Bank of America branch wearing a yellow vest, safety goggles, a respirator mask and a blue shirt.

The man met a dozen other men waiting to start work on the job, all dressed in a similar fashion. No hirer appeared and the men thought they had been stood up but later discovered they were unwitting accomplices in a bank robbery.

As the men gathered outside, the robber went into the bank wearing the same clothes as those stood outside. He pepper-sprayed a guard, snatched a money bag and made his escape.

The robber, described as 'a white man in his 20s, between 5ft 7in and 5ft 10in, wearing a dark blue shirt, jean shorts and a mask' is now being sought by the police. He was last seen floating down Woods Creek on an inner tube.



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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby ultralisk » Fri Oct 03, 2008 9:37 pm

new enslaved album... made me smile all day :)
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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby Finnvitka » Sat Oct 04, 2008 1:32 am

Just spent ages looking for crap on ebay with my mate instead of going out :lol:
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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby Lee Bloodstock » Sat Oct 04, 2008 4:21 am

keera_envenomed wrote:
MetalBeast wrote:
keera_envenomed wrote:Beautiful, beautiful Karma :D :D :D

:flame: It's a bitch, ain't it? :flame:

Ha!

:D


To what are you referring?

Mmmmmm Korma. :lol:


I can't say :P

I want curry now!


Tut tut tut. Korma should NEVER be confused with curry.
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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby Faceshredder » Sat Oct 04, 2008 5:14 am

Woke up to news of Priest, Megadeth and Testament touring :yes: AND had a great time watching Chas and Dave last night at the 100 club , London :D
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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby GaspodeTheWonderDog » Sat Oct 04, 2008 10:49 am

Getting a day off.
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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby Finnvitka » Sat Oct 04, 2008 11:42 am

My loan has finally come through, which means I can book train tickets down to Canterbury for halloween :D
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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby keera_envenomed » Sat Oct 04, 2008 12:26 pm

Sammi Curr wrote:Tut tut tut. Korma should NEVER be confused with curry.


Korma was not the curry I was thinking of! I like mine a hotter and less coconutty. Y'know the less spicey curries were traditional eaten by richer people in India because they had better meat whereas the poorer people had the really spicy ones to disguise how nasty their meat tasted. True fact.
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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby Dansiferum » Sat Oct 04, 2008 12:49 pm

The lesbian just left, hope she doesnt fucking come back ¬,¬
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Postby Faceshredder » Sat Oct 04, 2008 12:54 pm

Dansiferum wrote:The lesbian just left, hope she doesnt fucking come back ¬,¬


Wish i hd one :D
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Re: What has made you happy today

Postby MetalBeast » Sat Oct 04, 2008 1:30 pm

keera_envenomed wrote:
Sammi Curr wrote:Tut tut tut. Korma should NEVER be confused with curry.


Korma was not the curry I was thinking of! I like mine a hotter and less coconutty. Y'know the less spicey curries were traditional eaten by richer people in India because they had better meat whereas the poorer people had the really spicy ones to disguise how nasty their meat tasted. True fact.


The really spicy ones like the Phall were invented by the curry houses to:
a) Satisfy people who genuinely like their curry EXTREMELY hot.
b) Act as a punishment to drunken louts who turn up at 3am demanding the hottest thing on the menu to look hard in front of their mates.

(...or so says Curry Club founder Pat Chapman)

The second hottest curry I ever had was actually really coconutty. It was called the "Berkshire Fire Eater" and was made by Balti King in Bracknell. The hottest was a Vindaloo from Nila Palace in Leicester, which was inexplicably hotter than any Phall, Bangalore or Punjabi I've ever had. Why they made a Vindaloo (which was marked as only "Hot" on the menu) so hot, I have no idea. We were sober and well behaved, so it couldn't have been a revenge thing.

The best "very hot" curry I've had is the Punjabi they do at the Saagar in Sherwood. It's got the perfect level of heat and tastes fantastic.
All right, so I MADE a mistake! ONE MISTAKE!
Can't a man start over?! Do I have to keep on PAYING?! HUH?!
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