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By *JJJJx OP   Man 2 weeks ago

Caerphilly

So here’s how it goes: any woman who posts, within seconds a guy will then post “Fuck”. This will be followed by a string of guys who type the word “Avoid” because they haven’t the patience to wait for another woman to post. Eventually the whole process repeats, for weeks and months and years...

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By *ymguy1966Man 2 weeks ago

Port Talbot

Lol, does seem to be the way it goes

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By *edonismMan 2 weeks ago

Noddyland

If i never see one of those posts again it will be too soon!

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By *ouble DeliciousWoman 2 weeks ago

Cardigan

Damn. Was looking forward to having a nosy through a profile to decide what I wanted to say

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By *elightful 2Couple 2 weeks ago

Newport


"So here’s how it goes: any woman who posts, within seconds a guy will then post “Fuck”. This will be followed by a string of guys who type the word “Avoid” because they haven’t the patience to wait for another woman to post. Eventually the whole process repeats, for weeks and months and years..."

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By *riginal JackMan 2 weeks ago

Carmarthenshire

Well said op

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By *ancardiff7Man 2 weeks ago

Near Cowbridge


"Damn. Was looking forward to having a nosy through a profile to decide what I wanted to say "

Fuck! Wait, I've done this wrong haven't I?

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By *urse these Metal HandsMan 2 weeks ago

Cardiff and UK wide


"So here’s how it goes: any woman who posts, within seconds a guy will then post “Fuck”. This will be followed by a string of guys who type the word “Avoid” because they haven’t the patience to wait for another woman to post. Eventually the whole process repeats, for weeks and months and years..."

I agree! There should just be a forum for “avoid”

All the guys can type “avoid” then fuck off

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By *oby le roneMan 2 weeks ago

Treorchy

Predictable

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By *asilyled1Man 2 weeks ago

bridgend


"Predictable "

Fuck

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By *oby le roneMan 2 weeks ago

Treorchy

Pint

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By *asilyled1Man 2 weeks ago

bridgend


"Pint "

Yes thats what I meant!

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By *oby le roneMan 2 weeks ago

Treorchy

Predictable

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By *reeBeardRidesMan 2 weeks ago

Newport

Slap with a fish

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By *oby le roneMan 2 weeks ago

Treorchy

What type?

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By *reeBeardRidesMan 2 weeks ago

Newport

The herring I just used to cut down the tallest tree in the forest.

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By *oby le roneMan 2 weeks ago

Treorchy


"The herring I just used to cut down the tallest tree in the forest. "

How on earth did you manage to cut down a tree with a herring? What is this sorcery?

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By *S2LOOKCouple 2 weeks ago

Cardiff

We've seen these posts and thought the exact same thing OP.

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By *4rlockMan 2 weeks ago

Llanelli


"The herring I just used to cut down the tallest tree in the forest.

How on earth did you manage to cut down a tree with a herring? What is this sorcery? "

Atlantic or Pacific Herring?

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By *rhugesMan 2 weeks ago

Cardiff

Lmao that's it exactly. I don't do it any more for the reason

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By *konCouple 2 weeks ago

cardiff

I don’t give a fuck if that counts ?

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By *oby le roneMan 2 weeks ago

Treorchy


"The herring I just used to cut down the tallest tree in the forest.

How on earth did you manage to cut down a tree with a herring? What is this sorcery?

Atlantic or Pacific Herring?"

Ahh now we’re getting down to the nitty gritty here because:

Their size varies between subspecies: the Baltic herring (Clupea harengus membras) is small, 14 to 18 cm; the proper Atlantic herring (C. h. harengus) can grow to about 46 cm (18 in) and weigh up 700 g (1.5 lb); and Pacific herring grow to about 38 cm (15 in).

Now, I wouldn’t suggest attempting it with a Baltic herring, couldn’t do much with that.

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By *4rlockMan 2 weeks ago

Llanelli


"The herring I just used to cut down the tallest tree in the forest.

How on earth did you manage to cut down a tree with a herring? What is this sorcery?

Atlantic or Pacific Herring?

Ahh now we’re getting down to the nitty gritty here because:

Their size varies between subspecies: the Baltic herring (Clupea harengus membras) is small, 14 to 18 cm; the proper Atlantic herring (C. h. harengus) can grow to about 46 cm (18 in) and weigh up 700 g (1.5 lb); and Pacific herring grow to about 38 cm (15 in).

Now, I wouldn’t suggest attempting it with a Baltic herring, couldn’t do much with that. "

You could do the "Double Baltic" method, one in each hand.

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By *oby le roneMan 2 weeks ago

Treorchy


"The herring I just used to cut down the tallest tree in the forest.

How on earth did you manage to cut down a tree with a herring? What is this sorcery?

Atlantic or Pacific Herring?

Ahh now we’re getting down to the nitty gritty here because:

Their size varies between subspecies: the Baltic herring (Clupea harengus membras) is small, 14 to 18 cm; the proper Atlantic herring (C. h. harengus) can grow to about 46 cm (18 in) and weigh up 700 g (1.5 lb); and Pacific herring grow to about 38 cm (15 in).

Now, I wouldn’t suggest attempting it with a Baltic herring, couldn’t do much with that.

You could do the "Double Baltic" method, one in each hand."

Filth!

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By *JJJJx OP   Man 2 weeks ago

Caerphilly

Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

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By *4rlockMan 1 week ago

Llanelli


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?"

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

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By *oby le roneMan 1 week ago

Treorchy


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow."

An African sparrow or a European sparrow?

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By *reeBeardRidesMan 1 week ago

Newport


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow? "

Which one turns you into a newt?

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By *4rlockMan 1 week ago

Llanelli


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow? "

Of course the European sparrow is the fastest at 24 mph, the question we should be asking which is the fastest whilst carrying its maximum capacity of herring, and subsequently which has the highest capacity for herring?

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By *reeBeardRidesMan 1 week ago

Newport


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow?

Of course the European sparrow is the fastest at 24 mph, the question we should be asking which is the fastest whilst carrying its maximum capacity of herring, and subsequently which has the highest capacity for herring?"

Wow, you guys are really running with this

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By *oby le roneMan 1 week ago

Treorchy


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow?

Of course the European sparrow is the fastest at 24 mph, the question we should be asking which is the fastest whilst carrying its maximum capacity of herring, and subsequently which has the highest capacity for herring?"

Well the African sparrow is of course non migratory so it couldn’t bring a herring over anyway.

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By *4rlockMan 1 week ago

Llanelli


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow?

Of course the European sparrow is the fastest at 24 mph, the question we should be asking which is the fastest whilst carrying its maximum capacity of herring, and subsequently which has the highest capacity for herring?

Well the African sparrow is of course non migratory so it couldn’t bring a herring over anyway. "

That has surely been the cause of the significant increase of African swallow smuggling operations across the Mediterranean, mainly for one of two reasons A. The Abundance of herrings in Europe, and B. The cats are smaller.

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By *oby le roneMan 1 week ago

Treorchy


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow?

Of course the European sparrow is the fastest at 24 mph, the question we should be asking which is the fastest whilst carrying its maximum capacity of herring, and subsequently which has the highest capacity for herring?

Well the African sparrow is of course non migratory so it couldn’t bring a herring over anyway.

That has surely been the cause of the significant increase of African swallow smuggling operations across the Mediterranean, mainly for one of two reasons A. The Abundance of herrings in Europe, and B. The cats are smaller."

I dint think an African swallow could pick up a cat?

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By *4rlockMan 1 week ago

Llanelli


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow?

Of course the European sparrow is the fastest at 24 mph, the question we should be asking which is the fastest whilst carrying its maximum capacity of herring, and subsequently which has the highest capacity for herring?

Well the African sparrow is of course non migratory so it couldn’t bring a herring over anyway.

That has surely been the cause of the significant increase of African swallow smuggling operations across the Mediterranean, mainly for one of two reasons A. The Abundance of herrings in Europe, and B. The cats are smaller.

I dint think an African swallow could pick up a cat? "

Of course they cant, now that would be silly.

The Cat factor (no relation to any Simon Cowell show) is purely down to how would you feel if you flew back to your nest, and there's a 250 pound Lion sitting there?

Hence the desire for smaller felines and the Abundance of herrings.

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By *oby le roneMan 1 week ago

Treorchy


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow?

Of course the European sparrow is the fastest at 24 mph, the question we should be asking which is the fastest whilst carrying its maximum capacity of herring, and subsequently which has the highest capacity for herring?

Well the African sparrow is of course non migratory so it couldn’t bring a herring over anyway.

That has surely been the cause of the significant increase of African swallow smuggling operations across the Mediterranean, mainly for one of two reasons A. The Abundance of herrings in Europe, and B. The cats are smaller.

I dint think an African swallow could pick up a cat?

Of course they cant, now that would be silly.

The Cat factor (no relation to any Simon Cowell show) is purely down to how would you feel if you flew back to your nest, and there's a 250 pound Lion sitting there?

Hence the desire for smaller felines and the Abundance of herrings."

That’s some serious food for thought.

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By *4rlockMan 1 week ago

Llanelli


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow?

Of course the European sparrow is the fastest at 24 mph, the question we should be asking which is the fastest whilst carrying its maximum capacity of herring, and subsequently which has the highest capacity for herring?

Well the African sparrow is of course non migratory so it couldn’t bring a herring over anyway.

That has surely been the cause of the significant increase of African swallow smuggling operations across the Mediterranean, mainly for one of two reasons A. The Abundance of herrings in Europe, and B. The cats are smaller.

I dint think an African swallow could pick up a cat?

Of course they cant, now that would be silly.

The Cat factor (no relation to any Simon Cowell show) is purely down to how would you feel if you flew back to your nest, and there's a 250 pound Lion sitting there?

Hence the desire for smaller felines and the Abundance of herrings.

That’s some serious food for thought. "

We'll have to discuss it over some pickled herrings and a pint

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By *oby le roneMan 1 week ago

Treorchy


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow?

Of course the European sparrow is the fastest at 24 mph, the question we should be asking which is the fastest whilst carrying its maximum capacity of herring, and subsequently which has the highest capacity for herring?

Well the African sparrow is of course non migratory so it couldn’t bring a herring over anyway.

That has surely been the cause of the significant increase of African swallow smuggling operations across the Mediterranean, mainly for one of two reasons A. The Abundance of herrings in Europe, and B. The cats are smaller.

I dint think an African swallow could pick up a cat?

Of course they cant, now that would be silly.

The Cat factor (no relation to any Simon Cowell show) is purely down to how would you feel if you flew back to your nest, and there's a 250 pound Lion sitting there?

Hence the desire for smaller felines and the Abundance of herrings.

That’s some serious food for thought.

We'll have to discuss it over some pickled herrings and a pint "

Beer, lager or cider?

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By *4rlockMan 7 days ago

Llanelli


"Have you honestly got nothing better to do?

This question on the appropriate herring to use whilst tree felling, is akin to the eons old debate on the maximum air speed velocity of an unladen sparrow.

An African sparrow or a European sparrow?

Of course the European sparrow is the fastest at 24 mph, the question we should be asking which is the fastest whilst carrying its maximum capacity of herring, and subsequently which has the highest capacity for herring?

Well the African sparrow is of course non migratory so it couldn’t bring a herring over anyway.

That has surely been the cause of the significant increase of African swallow smuggling operations across the Mediterranean, mainly for one of two reasons A. The Abundance of herrings in Europe, and B. The cats are smaller.

I dint think an African swallow could pick up a cat?

Of course they cant, now that would be silly.

The Cat factor (no relation to any Simon Cowell show) is purely down to how would you feel if you flew back to your nest, and there's a 250 pound Lion sitting there?

Hence the desire for smaller felines and the Abundance of herrings.

That’s some serious food for thought.

We'll have to discuss it over some pickled herrings and a pint

Beer, lager or cider? "

Here we go again

Depends on the median temperature of the day.

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