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A million and one questions

DONCASTER - ENGLAND
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A million and one questions

Do you regular users of this site who provide valuable information get fed up of people like myself posting several topics needing information and advice?i try and post a topic with things that i think will be useful to me only for something else to spring to mind that i need info on so then i've got to add another topic.

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11. Re: A million and one questions

That is a funny guess. Idioms and colloqialisms between culture and region amaze me!

It means....Rolling On The Floor Laughing My @ss Off!

If it is really funny - sometimes you might add PMP. (Involves being unable to make it to the restroom, water closet, etc)

Lyle

Liverpool uk
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12. Re: A million and one questions

Unclekevin,

If you're unsure about all the abbreviations, then take a look at this site.

http://216.239.59.104/search?q=cache:vA6Kr7Yj7-wJ:encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/

Cheers

Toffeeman

DONCASTER - ENGLAND
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13. Re: A million and one questions

Bloody hell! How many abbrevations?

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14. Re: A million and one questions

Loads, my friend, loads,,,,,LOL

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15. Re: A million and one questions

Pretty close or333, but you left off the "F" word. That is crucial, IMHO. ;-)

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16. Re: A million and one questions

I agree with PRZYK (or whatever it was), that the most annoying thing is the lack of clear headings. I don't mind having the same questions asked by different people (this forum did not have a working search function until recently) or having someone ask a lot of questions -- just break the questions up by topic, and clearly label the post's topic.

I too would skip the sushi bar question if it is properly labeled.