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imightbewrong

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KyleS1

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I wonder how many people will be stopping to pick people up from their balconies! :D
 

domtheone

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:rotfl: @ that Egyptian picture.

So thats where New build UK housing companies get their inspiration from :facepalm:
 

jaguar180180

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imightbewrong

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Mana-teatime

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imightbewrong

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It looks like a hole cut in the image, but in fact he's holding a piece of the blackest known material

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Doug the D

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What with BMW drivers’ infamous reluctance top use their indicators, what could possibly go wrong...


I'm guessing if one of those cars approached you at night and turned all it's lights off (the ones in the grille included), it would simply disappear. Cool.
 

imightbewrong

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Countries

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Tempest

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^ funnily enough, it was just a day or two ago I thought to myself how weird it was that human 'animals' have deemed to have divided up areas of ground, even single large sections into imaginary pieces and imposed different rules and people in charge of those pieces.

It's like an animal pee'ing on the ground and saying this section is mine.
We've not moved on much have we?

Imagine an alien looking at how we fight and act different based upon divisions that only exist as they are written down on some paper.
 

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