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  • There's rarely a good reason to head over to the Daily Mail website…
  • konabunny
    Member

    …but this might be one. There’s a clickbait story with some fairly interesting photos from the bogs at the top of the Shard in London. Not exactly earthshattering stuff – tall building is tall – but whatevs.

    But the reason to go over would be to upvote this comment to this photo, which I think is hilarious:

    Perfect for a danger.
    – Rio , Manchester, United Kingdom, 11/1/2013 11:29

    If you only play mischief with one comments section today…

    bigG
    Member

    well it got my upvote

    Upvote?

    See that little red dot on your chest? That’s my sniper, ready to take you out for crimes against language.

    bigG
    Member

    Moving forward would you rather I talked about downsizing, realizing maximum deliverable impact?

    ps, red dot? Better be something from a big bore weapon, my blubber makes anything short of a .50 calibre bounce off

    umop3pisdn
    Member

    As someone who has been known to use the word ‘amazeballs’, you are in no position to preach.

    Which comment?

    piemonster
    Member

    Well I voted for it.

    mark90
    Member

    Some years ago we stayed at a hotel in Ayres Rock resort that had floor to ceiling glass ‘walls’ in the toilet and shower, with curtains you could choose to close or leave open. We where on the second floor over looking a patio area which was a busy thoroughfare for guests. Missus wasn’t (isn’t) much on an exhibitionist (unlike me) so I showered alone.

    konabunny
    Member

    Upvote? See that little red dot on your chest? That’s my sniper, ready to take you out for crimes against language.

    You’re going to unlife me?

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