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5-07-2011 @ 2:56PM
@Kole There's a city/town/thing near London spelled Fauxhall, and as I learned painfully they don't like it when you pronounce it "Fow-hall."And wait...was I the only one who read that as Fox having a date with himself on Saturday?
5-07-2011 @ 3:11PM
No, I saw that too.Over there, clonecest is the only form of sexual relationship approved of by the Catholic Church.
5-07-2011 @ 9:21PM
There is an old, old joke that goes "If you make a clone of yourself, then have sex with yourself, are you commiting incest, or are you on the cutting-edge of masturbation?"When I saw Fox say he had a date for Saturday, I was like uh.
5-08-2011 @ 8:51AM
I've not heard of Fauxhall, but am happy to be corrected. Perhaps you mean Vauxhall, which is a region of south London and also a car dealership, pronounced "Vox-hall". "Faux-pas" is pronounced "Foe-pah" - but that's French. Brits don't get upset if you pronounce place names wrong, we just laugh at the obvious tourists. Also, while we're here:Leceister (square) : pronounced "Les-ter", not "Lie - chest - er".Southwark : pronounced "Sa - thuk", not "South - wark". Pff, obviously.~Wither (pronounced "Wit - her").
5-08-2011 @ 9:12AM
Eurgh - somehow I spelt Leicester "Leceister". If the Queen found out, I'd be deported... :S.
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