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After the Storm

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Thanks Lemorvan :D I have replied quickly, got to go and collect demon from the vets.

Ally

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Taking my dog, Shark, to the beach wasn't the cleverest thing I've ever done.

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A man goes to see a wizard and says "Can you lift a curse that a priest put on me years ago?"
"Maybe" said the wizard "If you can remember the exact words of the curse."
The man replies "I now pronounce you man and wife"

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I know this may not be PC but another thread reminded me of it.

DNA - National Association of Dyslexics.

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It's a bit unfair that dyslexia is so hard to spell.

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Back in December the Government carried out a dyslexia survey of snowmen to see how wide spread the problem was.
Snow one replied.
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mysty wrote:
Tue Feb 19, 2019 11:18 pm
Back in December the Government carried out a dyslexia survey of snowmen to see how wide spread the problem was.
Snow one replied.
Better :D

Ally

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Post by Ally »

That's not how you spell belter.

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Apparently the satire of this sketch could be a powerful tool in preventing the radicalisation of young women, argues Shaista Gohir the chair of the Muslim Women's Network UK.
“[When trying to combat Isis] everyone just uses the same old approach, telling terrible stories of girls who went, but this is very different and it gets the message across in a satirical way,” she says.


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Ally wrote:
Wed Feb 20, 2019 9:56 am
That's not how you spell belter.
It wasn't that that good :D

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