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The boy`s got a big smile on his face after creating some art...what`s there to be sad about?
I feel the same way...
Random pointless information is part of what this site is about.
The difficulty of retaining accuracy in transliteration interests me, so it isn`t boring. It also gave you something to reply to, so it passed some time for you too. Everyone`s a winner!
Quite easily. There is a surprising amount of space up there and a surprising degree of stretchiness in the entrance. Medical staff, especially those who work night shifts in ER/A&E/pick the name used in your country, will have to deal with people who have all manner of things stuck up their backside. I used to share a house with someone whose sister was a nurse - apparently these people ("up the bummers") tend to turn up at hospital late at night, when they hope it`s mostly empty.
You can fit much bigger things than a phone up there, but getting them out is much harder than getting them in. If anyone has a thing for things up their bum, be sensible and make sure it has a part far too wide to go in, or else you could end up in hospital at 2 in the morning explaining that you have a Coke bottle up there and you`d like it taken out, and that`s going to be embarrassing.
With practice... and a high pain tolerence. XD
Stupid ugly kid, stupid dirt phone.
And you are evidently jam-packed with wit and wisdom.
6th one is bloody hilarious!
1.not everyone who has stretched ears is a "hardcore kid" just offensive. 2. your ears shouldn`t look like non-nice individuals if youv`e taken the time and understand what the process means. 3. not everyone has your sense of aesthetic, so thats just ignorant. 4. i have stretched ears because i have mayan roots that i enjoy keeping close to me. i at one point had 3/4 inch stretched ears but now am back to a 00.
i really don`t think people with stretched ears give a drat what they are gonna look like in 40 years and they sure as drat don`t care what you think about them alk3v. if they didn`t like it they wouldnt have got them so drat off
Hahahaha...I know right...
This leads to an interesting off-topic discussion on the accuracy of transliteration. The usual transliteration is "burkha", but of course the word itself is Arabic. Any transliteration into English is simply an attempt to replicate the pronunciation. Are they being made unnecessarily complicated to make them look more exotic?
Two people robbed a jewellery store in Glasgow last month, wearing burkhas and niqabs (again - is that really the best transliteration). It`s the perfect clothing for criminals - total anonymity in a way that it`s almost always illegal and unacceptable to challenge. Walk in, commit a crime, walk out, disappear. If they`re not caught at the scene, they`ve got away with it. 5 minutes later, they can stroll down the street and not care. I`m surprised it isn`t done more often.
Anyone who loudly chats on the phone in a public place is failing.
and the last one deserves a phone
All he has to do is imagine he`s calling them, and he`ll be the coolest kid on the block, talking about stock deals and multi-billion dollar buyouts.
you did notice he`s holding a phone to his ear, right?