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Old 03-05-2002, 18:53   #1 (permalink)
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Chunder chuckles - No 1 in a series

Mate of a mate at a party got full and heaved, but managed to keep it down. Trying to get downstairs through all the people sitting on the stairs, and heaved again, but managed to keep it in his mouth. Got about two thirds of the way down and sneezed.
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Sounds messy. A bit like this website http://www.vomit.com
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Sounds messy. A bit like this website http://www.vomit.com
I AM too afraid to look. I've just had lunch.
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Not what you think mate! Trust me!:s6:
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Not what you think mate! Trust me!:s6:
You bastard! I looked at it too long. What genius worked that out?
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wtf? i don't get it... what's up with that page?
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wtf? i don't get it... what's up with that page?
Maybe you're not susceptible.

I get a bit bilious watching or playing some computer games where the screen movements confuse my balance/sight systems, e.g. like Duke Nukem where the screen moves as the character's vision moves around.

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Maybe you're not susceptible.

I get a bit bilious watching or playing some computer games where the screen movements confuse my balance/sight systems, e.g. like Duke Nukem where the screen moves as the character's vision moves around.

Bloody Falchoon's vomit site has made me feel a bit crook!
interesting! wow... nah, didn't feel a thing... mucho bizzarro!
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