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  • Some more interesting Google search terms that lead people to my site recently: pringles cort case in england is it cake - For which this blog ranks 3rd - I am especially impressed by the misspelling of court and thinking that Pringles might be a cake - Please see my article to see that Pringles are not potato crisps, you may also want to read up on Jaffa Cakes and Teacakes, who said UK tax was boring?

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • having complained about people using the term england to cover the yuck kay myself it was a tad sloppy and i have therefore just given myself a swift uppercut.

    The UN needs a rising son

  • The STD toys are sold over here in england NOT marketed at children and more people with, well, a sense of humour.

    Kiddie Toy WTFs | My[confined]Space

  • April 4th, 2009 at 9: 14 pm why is there a queen in england then? let them get rid a her first to see how it works out LOL

    Did Obama make QEII a copyright criminal?

  • August 22nd, 2009 10: 46 am ET wee wee, is an expression used in england, when a small child wants to go to the bathroom. mommy i need to go wee wee.

    Ridge condemned for trying to profit from terror alert assertions

  • Its past cocktail hour in england, I'm going to have some goddam vodka.

    stuff.

  • I live in england and every website i look on it says the 30th of june but i am really sure that that is for USA please can u help me find the right date for england!

    Twilight Lexicon » Eclipse to Premiere June 30, 2010

  • I've never seen this here in england, would love to try one though mortis

    Taste Test: Persimmon - Boing Boing

  • Bedford is a very good Town and has a river and bridge which any town in england might be proud of. —

    Letter 356

  • Brandon is famous for the best Gun flints in england, and the whole outskirts of the Town is coverd by Black flints, broken or whole, and the latter of a most enormous size.

    Letter 293

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  • I had to read that sentence about ten times. *smacks forehead*

    July 3, 2009

  • Of course the doctor was careful to england the patient properly during the surgery.

    July 3, 2009