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Posted Today, 08:46 AM

Unverified Uzbeki claimant Tuti Yusupova dies at (reputedly and at the risk of ire from Guests) 134. *gulp* http://www.elmostrad...geva-del-mundo/

Thank you for pointing out that she's unverified ie a FAKE ! 


YoungWillz

Posted Yesterday, 10:46 PM

Unverified Uzbeki claimant Tuti Yusupova dies at (reputedly and at the risk of ire from Guests) 134. *gulp* http://www.elmostrad...geva-del-mundo/


GossipGabe

Posted Yesterday, 10:08 PM

Taken from us too soon...
 
The only 118-118 thing I could come up with was something to do with it being the number for the UK's most expensive directory enquiries provider, but I fail to see the funny side.  :scratchhead:


A quick search for 118-118 jokes brings up a bunch of articles about a Pakistani bloke.

http://www.mirror.co...st-jokes-362127

"A Muslim student has been left shocked after receiving two racist ‘jokes’ by a text service operated by 118 118.

Kameron Abbas, 21, used the new joke service run by the directory inquiries company after seeing it advertised on TV.

He was horrified when he got sent a message saying: »What’s the difference between ET and an Asian? ET got the message and went home.«"

Misao Okawa was Asian, but I still fail to see the connection. (But it might be my fault.)

YoungWillz

Posted Yesterday, 07:34 PM

Gertrude Weaver is already doing interviews!!! She's in trouble now...http://www.dailymail...s-Arkansas.html

 

Edit: whoops, maybe she said what she said some time ago (read the article twice and thrice through, YW!!!)


Sir Creep

Posted Yesterday, 09:50 AM

I've no idea the 118-118 jokes you refer to Dr Z
SirC

 
I would like to take the time to explain this to you but I fear it would not reflect well on the entire British people if I did.

Haha I can accept that.
SC

Dr. Zorders

Posted Yesterday, 09:34 AM

 

I've no idea the 118-118 jokes you refer to Dr Z
SirC

 

I would like to take the time to explain this to you but I fear it would not reflect well on the entire British people if I did.

 

Erm, remember his people gave the world "I'm lovin it", so.. easy on the shame there.


Ra Ra Rasputin

Posted Yesterday, 09:11 AM

Taken from us too soon...

 

The only 118-118 thing I could come up with was something to do with it being the number for the UK's most expensive directory enquiries provider, but I fail to see the funny side.  :scratchhead:


Magere Hein

Posted Yesterday, 08:50 AM

This year for the first time I didn't pick the world's oldest for my DDP team. All her predecessors performed as expected, but mrs Okawa's failure to die last year prompted me to let her go, there were more valuable possibilities. I don't think she'll do a Jeanne Calment (who held the title for 9 years and 205 days), but she may well be around a few more years.


I was wrong. Oh well.

Bibliogryphon

Posted Yesterday, 08:45 AM

I've no idea the 118-118 jokes you refer to Dr Z
SirC

 

I would like to take the time to explain this to you but I fear it would not reflect well on the entire British people if I did.


Dr. Zorders

Posted Yesterday, 05:47 AM

I've no idea the 118-118 jokes you refer to Dr Z
SirC

Neither do I 


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