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View Poll Results: What really annoys you the most ?
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Old 09-01-2008, 02:33 PM   #21
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Untrusty free Filehosters in general. Here today, gone tomorrow ...

If you don't have the ressources to keep a free service alive - don't offer it!
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I also wish they do that, i myself keep sticking to using ImageVenue they are not 100% perfect but the bulk is still there.
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Old 09-01-2008, 04:30 PM   #23
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Hmm.. probably these people are trying for a fast way to earn some money with banners..
..when the competition gets too heavy, just stop paying your domain host and you're out..
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Re the inquisitive intonation: like, you sound like you're asking a question? But you're not really? It seems to be a generational thing. Baby-boomers, like myself, don't seem to use it, it's more Generation-X? So it's probably come out of the mid-80's, maybe from a movie and it might be a Valley Girls thing. Or did they get it from us? An example of someone who uses it a lot of the time is Catherine Freeman, and Greenman's aversion to it might be reflected in the fact that the BBC didn't keep her contract going very long. "How do you think this race will go, Cathy?" " I think she'll run really well?" "What, are you asking me, or f*%$!+g telling me?" Good runner though
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My next door neighbour, makes Vikki Pollard seem like an educated, sophisticated, well-bred lady.

Not working, two kids by different fathers, everything paid for by the goverment. At the moment she's been charged with attempting to kill her ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend with a trowel while already on bail for burglary! Not bright...

I thinking of finding out when the trial's on and wandering down and shouting some abuse from the back of the court, I know, I know, that's incredibly childish, but that's how much she annoys me.
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Loathe noisy neighbours!!

Especially teenage chavs who think they have a legal right to play hip hop crap at 1000000 decibels . Explained to them that the law is on the side of people who want quiet! Naturally, this went in one ear and out the other!

Still, they 'moonlight flitted' a few months later owing rent!

So there is always hope!!
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So it wasn't anything to do with you lobbing a couple of grenades over the back fence?
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Here's one of my annoyances - historical dramas/films which are not historically accurate in their depiction of female body hair.
For example...take an episode of Sharpe where he falls for a beautiful French widow (played by Cecile Paoli). Bear in mind that
1) She is French
2) She has lovely dark hair
3) She lives on a farm
4) It's set in the early 1800s
So in one scene she stands in a doorway with her arm raised, and exposes...an armpit so bald it would rival Kojak's head. IT IS WRONG!!!
Please filmmakers - when the films are set back in the days before women were obsessed with axillary alopecia, encourage the actresses to let the hair grow and share it with the rest of us!
Of course, I'm only saying all this because I want the films to be historically accurate, not because I get turned on by hairy armpits. Oh OK, maybe just a little... ;-)

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Here's one of my annoyances - historical dramas/films which are not historically accurate in their depiction of female body hair.
Totally shaved medieval maidens, victorian harlots and retro farm girls in modern film productions are only the tip of the iceberg.

A few weeks ago I saw an US documentation(!) about the American Civil War. Theoretically there was 'suffering female African slaves working on the fields' in this movie. But I think what you really looked at was episode 1 of 'Paris Hilton's little Gardening Club' - even the fingernails of the black ladies was manicured...

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