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Mr. Miss­ing @chester­miss­ing SABC jour­nal­ists had to stand when Hlaudi walked in. Ridicu­lous. How did he ex­pect peo­ple to stand and kiss ass at the same time? _______________________________________ Very Bri­tish Prob­lems@ So Very Bri­tish Be­ing asked “Are we do­ing any­thing this week­end?” and im­me­di­ately get­ting a ter­ri­ble feel­ing you’re about to be do­ing some­thing this week­end Very Bri­tish Prob­lems@ So Very Bri­tish Time it takes ket­tle to boil as soon as some­one else joins you in the of­fice kitchen: 4 hours _______________________________________

Dave @T_N_Crum­pets No mat­ter how tough you think you are, there’s al­ways a closed pis­ta­chio ready to mess _______________________________________you up. The KGB* @Di­etKGB first we take Manhattan (done) then we take Ber­lin... (next) _______________________________________

Jen­nifer @JenKa­roo Oh no. AA Gill on lob­ster bisque: “Silky as a gigolo’s com­pli­ment, and fishy as a chan­cel­lor’s prom­ise.” RIP

Serge the Sheep @sergeishere77 2016 is ba­si­cally like a mon­tage of news footage you see in the be­gin­ning of a postapoc­a­lyp­tic movie ex­plain­ing how the world was ru­ined. *Par­ody ac­counts

“The in­tel­li­gent in­vestor is a re­al­ist who sells to op­ti­mists and buys from pes­simists.” − Ben­jamin Gra­ham, Bri­tish-born Amer­i­can econ­o­mist and pro­fes­sional in­vestor (1894-1976)

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