What's the deal with broken bikes in British pop music?

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Re: What's the deal with broken bikes in British pop music?

Postby mark » 26 Jul 2011, 08:14

I'm not certain but I think they probably are!!!...

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Re: What's the deal with broken bikes in British pop music?

Postby SoGone » 27 Jul 2011, 14:22

Darling, you really need to use the "Quote" feature when you're about to make the 16th post, so that lazy people don't have to click back to page 1 to be reminded what the hell you're replying to.
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Re: What's the deal with broken bikes in British pop music?

Postby mark » 01 Aug 2011, 08:29

It only takes a moment so don't bitch!!!!... :x Oh and i'm not sad enough to count the number of posts - if something I am referring to is in the previous post then I won't quote it!... darling!... stop being lazy!...

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Re: What's the deal with broken bikes in British pop music?

Postby SoGone » 01 Aug 2011, 19:38

You're the one who won't click the "Quote" button, and you're calling ME lazy?

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Re: What's the deal with broken bikes in British pop music?

Postby mark » 01 Aug 2011, 21:36

no, I don't quote because it is stupid when it is clear that I am referring to something in the post immediately previous to that one so quoting is unnecessary.... The quoting feature is for when you are referring to something that might be ambiguous - and that is not the case!!!... if I quoted every single thing you said that would be pretty dumb!!!... Quotes are for when referring to just one small part of many things said in a long reply or when two or more people have posted replies... so get it right boy!!!!... And i'm not going to quote just because it has skipped to the next page!!!...


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