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Matt Morriss

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[quote user="When Saturday Comes"]

What a pointless post. This has been done to death.

Answer = No one knows.

[/quote]Sar-casm–noun
1. harsh or bitter derision or irony.
2. a sharply ironical taunt; sneering or cutting remark: a review full of sarcasms.

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[quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="When Saturday Comes"]

What a pointless post. This has been done to death.

Answer = No one knows.

[/quote]Sar-casm–noun
1. harsh or bitter derision or irony.
2. a sharply ironical taunt; sneering or cutting remark: a review full of sarcasms.
[/quote]debatable....

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[quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="When Saturday Comes"]

What a pointless post. This has been done to death.

Answer = No one knows.

[/quote]

Sar-casm

–noun

1.harsh or bitter derision or irony.

2.a sharply ironical taunt; sneering or cutting remark: a review full of sarcasms.


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debatable....
[/quote]

Are you talking to yourself?

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[quote user="SimonOTBC"][quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="When Saturday Comes"]

What a pointless post. This has been done to death.

Answer = No one knows.

[/quote]Sar-casm–noun

1.harsh or bitter derision or irony.

2.a sharply ironical taunt; sneering or cutting remark: a review full of sarcasms.

[/quote]

What do you think Simon?debatable....[/quote]

Are you talking to yourself?

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[quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="When Saturday Comes"]

What a pointless post. This has been done to death.

Answer = No one knows.

[/quote]

Sar-casm

–noun

1. Lowest form of wit

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[quote user="8 Pints of lager please donna babe"][quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="When Saturday Comes"]

What a pointless post. This has been done to death.

Answer = No one knows.

[/quote]Sar-casm–noun

1. You made that bit up.

[/quote]

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[quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="8 Pints of lager please donna babe"][quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="When Saturday Comes"]

What a pointless post. This has been done to death.

Answer = No one knows.

[/quote]Sar-casm–noun

1. You made that bit up.

[/quote]

[/quote][/quote]No… I think that it is a generally accepted fact

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[quote user="Andy Larkin"][quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="8 Pints of lager please donna babe"][quote user="Barclayman"][quote user="When Saturday Comes"]

What a pointless post. This has been done to death.

Answer = No one knows.

[/quote]Sar-casm–noun

1. You made that bit up.

[/quote]

[/quote][/quote]No… I think that it is a generally accepted fact[/quote]

hahahahaha you idiot.......''generally accepted''.....''fact''...it may be a general opinion, normally adopted by unfunny people, when their the butt of the joke.....it is in no way ''fact'' however, as evidenced by its lack of inclusion on the meaning of the word in the dictionary....

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Well… if you insist on pointing out errors in syntax, punctuation, grammar, spelling etc… you should have postscripted "New Investment" with a question mark rather than an exclamation mark.Then people would not have read your thread hoping that our problems had been solved and instead would have seen it as yet another wind-up merchant hiking their post rates up with some attention-seeking headline!Cock! End of!

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