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Old 12-12-2014, 05:29 AM
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I'm at a loss for words.yes,no,maby,sometimes.In genral or in ones own mind?
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Originally Posted by binns aero
I'm at a loss for words.yes,no,maby,sometimes.In genral or in ones own mind?
Its in the humour section so not meant to be taken too seriously, It came up at a party I was at recently… I was checking a forum on the iPhone and wife said "how is your league of extraordinary gentlemen?" My brother replied, "oh you mean the big boys and their little toys?"

I thought the contrast was funny.. no offence intended, I really don't care what the General Public thinks. I enjoy my toys and that is all that matters to me.

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In British slang an anorak /ˈnərk/ is a person who has a very strong interest, perhaps obsessive, in niche subjects.

This interest may be unacknowledged or not understood by the general public. The term is sometimes used synonymously with geek or nerd.

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I am an anorak.

He is an anorak.

They are anoraks.
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Hey Rob I didn't take any offence at all! If you only knew. Did you see what scares me? Have a happy holiday and a great new year!!! ,By the way wich way do your crappers spin?
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Hey Rob I didn't take any offence at all! If you only knew. Did you see what scares me? Have a happy holiday and a great new year!!! ,By the way wich way do your crappers spin?
Its true, they do spin opposite to the Northern Hemisphere. You have a great holiday season too.
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