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  1. hirsute rooster
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    22 Feb '21 18:39
    @great-big-stees said
    Come everyone, let's talk seriously.
    Serious excertion risks injury, opening up small lascerations - yikes
  2. hirsute rooster
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    19 Feb '21 17:10
    I nearly got knocked off my bike by a council salt lorry last night.
    "You idiot!" I shouted, through gritted teeth.
  3. hirsute rooster
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    19 Feb '21 16:39
    @great-big-stees said
    Secretly yearning, Naomi''s dad Ralf, opened my envelope. 😲
    Expect Naomi views envelope letter opening personally exploitative.
  4. hirsute rooster
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    19 Feb '21 16:11
    @torunn said
    Swedes will inevitably neglect guidelines.
    Going under instinctive descisions explains little - it's Nordic escapism syndrome.
  5. hirsute rooster
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    18 Feb '21 15:12
    @suzianne said
    Yikes!
    I still have the hook - use it as a key-fob thing now.
  6. hirsute rooster
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    18 Feb '21 15:05
    @neilarini said
    A car hit me from behind on a roundabout last year. I can faintly remember being hit but awoke from concussion in the ambulance a few minutes later. I always wear a helmet so escaped with bruises. I'm guessing I was thrown in the air landing on my back so if I hadn't been wearing a helmet...

    Please wear a helmet when cycling. I can't believe it's not the law.

    To answer the op I've broken my wrist playing rugby aged 10.
    Yup - Definitely never get on my bike without a helmet now.
    On that occasion the helmet disintegrated - but thankfully my head didn't.

    About the only thing I do remember from the accident was the Doctor telling someone "of course, he won't remember any of this ...".
    Ha.
  7. hirsute rooster
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    18 Feb '21 13:06
    No broken bones, but I did get kocked off my bike to land on my head and shoulder snapping all the ligaments and tendons holding my right shoulder in place once.
    At least they tell me it was a bike accident, but I have no memory of it at all. There's about a two-week hole in my memory from that time due to the concussion.

    The docs screwed a hook to my collar bone to hang everything off while the tendons knitted back together.
  8. hirsute rooster
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    18 Feb '21 12:58
    @earl-of-trumps said
    Please learn English, henceforth
    His English: nicely correct, Earl - for other remarks - thank Handy.
  9. hirsute rooster
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    17 Feb '21 23:40
    @indonesia-phil said
    Living in Bulgaria, Edith liked eating delphiniums.
    Does eating little petals help indegestion ... nibbling irises upsets my stomach.
  10. hirsute rooster
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    16 Feb '21 23:30
    @blood-on-the-tracks said
    So another notices! slyly evading laughter, endlessly sucking soul , lazy youths
    Yup, onesuch user trails his sychophancies.
  11. hirsute rooster
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    16 Feb '21 23:201 edit
    @blood-on-the-tracks said
    Silly users reap pathetic rewards if supposedly entertain subordinates
    Sometimes users become overly repetitive, digging into neighbors and teasing everyone senselessly.
  12. hirsute rooster
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    16 Feb '21 21:39
    @torunn said
    Escapades, son, can actually postpone earnest decisions.
    Detailing each choice is surely insurance of no surprises.
  13. hirsute rooster
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    16 Feb '21 00:35
    @torunn said
    Teaching unorthodox theories overwhelmed Richard in American local schools.
    Science classes have one often learning something.
  14. hirsute rooster
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    15 Feb '21 00:171 edit
    @blood-on-the-tracks said
    Even now, the entertaining, rancid two(an infernal nuisance), make elementary nuisance texts
    Twenty entertainers - XX that says.
  15. hirsute rooster
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    06 Feb '21 20:24
    No matter how kind you are,
    German children will always be kinder.
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