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    Great pole dancer, but boy does she need a shave!!
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    [quote name='stevehocking' post='764975' date='12-Mar-2009 02:50']Great pole dancer, but boy does she need a shave!![/quote]

    I never knew that Jezza had such good moves. Must be all that running that is helping to keep him limber!
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    [quote name='MickeyMouse' post='764998' date='12-Mar-2009 19:07']I never knew that Jezza had such good moves. Must be all that running that is helping to keep him limber![/quote]

    Wasn't she one of the original pole dancers at the "Bada Bing" in one of the earlier episodes of the Soprano's?
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    [quote name='MickeyMouse' post='764998' date='12-Mar-2009 12:07']I never knew that Jezza had such good moves. Must be all that running that is helping to keep him limber![/quote]

    Oh dear!!

    I am more concerned now that I may have blown the cover off Mrs. Jezza's hobbies whilst Jezza is out running
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    It looked very realistic! (But I wasn't fooled...)
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    Hmmn ...

    Started to open the file on my PC at work - but stopped when I was warned that it didn't match the indicated file type.

    My Mac at home told me it wasn't a movie file - but I finally could open it after deleting the .avi from the file name.

    Something funny in Denmark, I think.

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    No, I had the same thing here in the US, about it NOT being the correct format, but, it opened anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowlie' post='765109 View Post
    No, I had the same thing here in the US
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    [quote name='Leif' post='765148' date='12-Mar-2009 22:39'][attachment=82826:duck.gif]

    [attachment=82827:laugh.gif][/quote]
    Yep,

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    [quote name='Argus' date='13-Mar-2009 02:04' post='765186']
    Yep,

    "To be, or not to be"
    -Hamlet

    Actually:

    Horatio:
    He waxes desperate with imagination.

    Marcellus:
    Let's follow. 'Tis not fit thus to obey him.

    Horatio:
    Have after. To what issue will this come?

    Marcellus:
    Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.

    Horatio:
    Heaven will direct it.

    Marcellus:
    Nay, let's follow him.

    Hamlet Act 1, scene 4, 8791

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    [quote name='Bowlie' post='765197' date='13-Mar-2009 08:05']Actually:

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    I know that it's Marcellus' line. Did I say it's Hamlet's?

    My quote, a try at a subtle hint that I understood, is from the third act when Hamlet enters (Act 3, scene 1, 5587, to use your reference). It's not even close to what you were alluding to (and it's "in THE STATE OF Denmark", as you said).

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    [quote name='Argus' post='765198' date='13-Mar-2009 08:43'][/quote]

    Sorry - I misunderstood you. Apologies

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    [quote name='Bowlie' post='765207' date='13-Mar-2009 10:38'][/quote]
    No need for apologies.

    I just used that quote since it is easy to make a joke with it.

    The other one, about Denmark, isn't funny since it's true.

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