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Not avaliable to those outside the UK though. Yeah, I don`t think it`s fair either.
Umm...they already did, Gorgack. They played it on BBC3, and in fact you might be able to watch a couple of episodes on BBC iPlayer (or just watch them on Youtube).
I`m so watching this when they import it to the UK :D
Btw, I think addicting is technically a word (Baal`s last example hit the nail on the head), but it`s not an adjective, so grammar Nazis can still "nazi" away (about its usage, at least).
And this IS a parody paddyboom. It`s a parody of high school life. Of course it`s not the typical subject of a parody but I`d still classify it as one. Looks like you need to brush up on your nazi-skills.
Minus the hip-thrusting of course.
But Jonah was definitely my favourite in the series. But the G-man comes a close second.
I was addicted to X. X is addictive. I was an addict.
This was addicting? (Wrong)That was an addicting game? (Wrong)I was out addicting the other day... (Wrong)I am addicting X?X is addicting me?
The dealer is addicting all my friends to X? <-- Possibly maybe?
LOL, make sense? XD
Do i need some certain language thing for my comp or is this supposed to look unreadable?
Although I must admit, my mom is a kindergarten teacher and theres alot of people like that.
1. To cause to become physiologically or psychologically dependent on a habit-forming substance: The thief was addicted to cocaine. 2. To occupy (oneself) with or involve (oneself) in something habitually or compulsively: The child was addicted to video games.
pick_me, its been taken care of
post my puppy dancing vid