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Public Address 30/12/05 - Still Standing (Just)

PUBLIC ADDRESS 30/12/05 - Still Standing (Just)

Still standing (just) | Dec 29, 2005 18:52
Fiona Rae from the couch

Two unpleasant things have happened over the holidays so far, apart, that is, from Jason Gunn narrating the Nutcracker and seeing Usher do his "In the Closet" saga on the MTV Video Awards repeat on C4...,


So sue me | Dec 29, 2005 09:17
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

I, too, want to get a word into the dictionary in 2006. And that word is krob (n), meaning "load of crumbling bollocks energetically scraped from the bottom of a long disused barrel." Conveniently, it already means "crunchy" in Thai, but let's see if we can get it...,


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