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The Catcher in the Rye book covers 62% Posted Feb 2010

The Catcher in the Rye book covers

Comment: 2813 days ago
Wtf is this?? Didnt know Boreme, was actually intending to BORE ME, with a history lesson in books..
Sleepy meerkats 92% Posted Jan 2010

Sleepy meerkats

Comment: 2822 days ago
Wish work was like this..
Bicycle house 87% Posted Sep 2009

Bicycle house

Comment: 2955 days ago
Decapitation, anyone?
The Simpsons face paint in motion 76% Posted Mar 2009

The Simpsons face paint in motion

Comment: 3150 days ago
I love the simpsons... but definately not this half naked, wierd looking moron, its not even good, never mind amazing, it's just some face paint..
Atheist Matt Dillahunty responds to a question of faith 94% Posted Feb 2008

Atheist Matt Dillahunty responds to a question of faith

Comment: 3151 days ago
A la who cannot spell "spells"... =P
Exam answers 92% Posted Feb 2007

Exam answers

Comment: 3156 days ago
Also, i forgot to add, that they dont all appear to be fakes, but atleast a couple of them are..
Exam answers 92% Posted Feb 2007

Exam answers

Comment: 3156 days ago
Jae, Neil has a point, the writing does seem more than just slightly similar, generally (and i know this isn't relevant), most people in the educational profession have developed there writing style throughout time, they are confident in the way they write (do you not agree?). So why is it then, that the writing style for both the 'pupil' and the 'teacher' are childish (e.g. the writing style shows lack of practice / development in any way, shape or form). Concluding from that the writing is 'squiggly' in both cases, so to be less thoughtful about it, anyone with a functioning set of eyes can see it's a forgery, how could a teacher become qualified with writing like that.. ? PS. "LOVE IT!" on the second image is also a big clue..
Thoughtful stranger 91% Posted Feb 2009

Thoughtful stranger

Comment: 3156 days ago
PoaMI - I find it irritating when someone criticises spelling (or grammar), not because of the arrogance of them, but simply the fact that normally, that person is not quite so perfect themselves. Firstly, check your grammar, i think you'll find you have missed several commas and exclamation marks are improperly used, so until you can produce a couple of hundred words, that contain no punctuation, or grammatical errors, STFU! Yes you do have a point though, we are not animals, least we are not meant to act in such ways, and no matter a persons social status/ethnicity/beliefs and so on, deserve to be treated equally, and with respect.
Thoughtful stranger 91% Posted Feb 2009

Thoughtful stranger

Comment: 3156 days ago
That's a bit harsh GB, but then again, i guess im about to contradict myself now, but taking into consideration that it may just be a drunk, then i am forced to change my stance and say; "Leave im/her to it". However, just on the assumtion of what s/he is wearing, s/he does not appear to be a drunk / homeless person, so i dont see how that could possibly be an excuse in this instance. Double standards? Maybe.
Thoughtful stranger 91% Posted Feb 2009

Thoughtful stranger

Comment: 3156 days ago
If that were the case, that someone left him/her like that then why: a) Is her head in a puddle of water? Yes it could be a spinal injury, so did move her. b) Noone there beside her trying to talk to her and make sure she's actually still breathing.. I meen come on, is it that hard to stay by someones side and try and ask them/reasussure them that everything is ok, yes she may not be consious, but that is assumed. Either way she is still left in a wet puddle and noone is at her side to ensure she remains in a stable condition, incase her status/situation changes suddenly.
Thoughtful stranger 91% Posted Feb 2009

Thoughtful stranger

Comment: 3156 days ago
Although jim is being a bit over-dramatic, you do have to agree that, blood.. or no blood, it's still a pretty lame thing to do. There could be any number of things that could be wrong here (internal bleeding could be one example), this could have been a life or death situation, but people just walk on by, or take pictures.. yeh and thats gonna help.. ANYWAYS, just because everyone else seems to have said it: Stop being so dramatic jim!
Countdown - 8 years of Bush in 8 minutes 91% Posted Jan 2009

Countdown - 8 years of Bush in 8 minutes

Comment: 3192 days ago
To be fair PC614, what is there to be bias about? Big W has not achieved much that has actually helped America.
Bizarre Russian car accident - What happened? 87% Posted Jan 2009

Bizarre Russian car accident - What happened?

Comment: 3206 days ago
I agree with Searchguru, definately the bus drivers fault, he (or she) drove past this parked car with the side luggage door open, and well you ccan see what happened, when it go too close to this car. @ aristede: I somehow think that the driver of the car would have noticed that they were reversing into a coaches luggage door, especially when they got out the car..
Safety message by The Federated Mutual Insurance Company 91% Posted Dec 2008

Safety message by The Federated Mutual Insurance Company

Comment: 3240 days ago
This would be much more effective if there wasnt alot of laughing in the background, it just cant be taken seriously with those damn annoying people.
7.30 Report: Front fell off 94% Posted Jun 2007

7.30 Report: Front fell off

Comment: 3255 days ago
HAHAHAHA! Love It! :D
Olama 2008 73% Posted Sep 2008

Olama 2008

Comment: 3314 days ago
I 2nd dulahawk's view, this should be removed boreme!
Rollercoaster banter in 35 minute breakdown 67% Posted Aug 2008

Rollercoaster banter in 35 minute breakdown

Comment: 3336 days ago
I think id rather be stuck there for 35 minutes everyday, than wait just aslong on a bus that never shows up, and least there you get a good seat, wish i ot compensation for waiting that long on busses everyday, i would be a millionaire by now. :P
Roller coaster 90% Posted Jun 2005

Roller coaster

Comment: 3338 days ago
Where is THAT? :O That looks awesome! :D
The beauty of land speed record vehicles 87% Posted Aug 2008

The beauty of land speed record vehicles

Comment: 3340 days ago
lol @ 5
Images from the Beijing 2008 Olympics closing ceremony 89% Posted Aug 2008

Images from the Beijing 2008 Olympics closing ceremony

Comment: 3340 days ago
Absolutely amazing! The only thing that brought it down was the London 2012 bit, which really brought looked more like amatuer hour, and btw im british.

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