Shaker, Do you like to cook? If so, whats your favorite think to cook and why? Oh yeah when was the last time speaking french got you laid?
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the one right by the signs that tell you evolution is bad.
speaking french never got me laid.
A movie is being made about your life. Who plays your role, what's the title of the movie, and what songs are on the soundtrack?
Have you ever tried utilizing French to get play?
And what band's sound best portrays your personality?
If you could challenge any French starlet, from any era, to a bout of naked wrestling, who would it be and who would win?
I have quite a few English friends, many of whom enjoy the experience of having a traditional tea. In our conversations on the topic, words like "crumpets" and "clotted cream" are frequently bandied about. It all sounds rather delightful, but leaves me wondering - What century is it in England?
Also, can you explain why "anilingus" is most often spelled like that? (This is not an England-specific question, nor have I asked because I assume you're an expert on the subject. It's just been bugging me, and I'm striking out blindly in the hopes that someone can help. Being a wordly sort, perhaps that someone is you.)
some of these I have to think about... while I think here are some of the simpler answers.
What did you want to be as a child and I'll just assume you're not that so why didn't that work out?
This thread is cooool
air - run
oasis - fade in/out
chemical brothers - my elastic eye
the music - take the long road and walk it
primal scream - higher than the sun
the avalanches - frontier psychiatrist
cat power - no sense
the flaming lips - are you a hypnotist
mogwai - 2 rights make 1 wrong
Did you check your pms yet? And what do you prefer: white, red, or sparkling?
Shaken or stirred?
Tonic or Soda?
Clotted cream is a thick yellow cream made by heating unpasteurized cow's milk and then leaving it in shallow pans for several hours. During this time, the cream content rises to the surface and forms 'clots'.
In the European Union, Cornish clotted cream ... has a minimum fat content of 55%.
Shaker, whats your favorite cereal?
Originally Posted by Wayne Coyne