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  1. AgProv commented on Tom the Dancing Bug about 1 month ago

    more action replays? Ah well… (is this the fifth or sixth so far…Deja-Vu kid strikes again!)

  2. AgProv commented on Tom the Dancing Bug about 1 month ago

    this is an action replay…

  3. AgProv commented on C'est la Vie 8 months ago

    a beautifully drawn lepine anus, though. It could be nothing else.

  4. AgProv commented on C'est la Vie 8 months ago

    vive la bebine!

  5. AgProv commented on C'est la Vie 10 months ago

    Be fair – she lives on pot noodles (I’m assuming this is what Americans call instant ramen – dehydrated noodles in a cup?) So she can boil water and knows how to use a kettle? There. sorted. Mona can not only cook, she can do a brew as well to go with the ramen/noodles!

  6. AgProv commented on C'est la Vie 10 months ago

    Great! i’ll do an image search for somebody with a younger better body than mine, steal it, and then claim it’s a naughty selfie of me – who’s to know?

  7. AgProv commented on C'est la Vie 10 months ago

    French feet…. it was the French, after all, who named one Indian tribe as “les pieds noirs” . (The Blackfeet) And they should know!

    Incidentally, “pieds noirs” was a derogatory term the mainland French used for settlers in Algeria. Apparently farming under the north African sun and insufficient washing did things to feet. Sufficiently so for other French people to notice!

  8. AgProv commented on C'est la Vie 10 months ago

    ah, flashbacks. I did wonder how they met!

  9. AgProv commented on C'est la Vie about 1 year ago

    Bon anniversaire, maman! …. le mot: ,,merde.., peut-etre?

  10. AgProv commented on C'est la Vie about 1 year ago

    Dangerously Misleading Advice for Foreign Visitors to the British Isles:

    On the 17th March, the Irish love to party. Why not visit the fine old city of Belfast, a town that loves to live according to age-old customs and traditions, and walk down the picturesque Shankhill Road dressed all in green and proudly waving the Irish national flag. If there isn’t a parade on, the locals will obligingly join in, and you will soon be at the centre of the party.

    Or else you could walk into the West of that fine city in the traditional local costume of a bowler hat and an orange sash. After all, orange, like green, is an Irish national colour (it’s on the flag) and it doesn’t get too much of an airing on St Patrick’s Day, so why not redress the balance?