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    You do realise it was tongue in cheek though tea? (please say yes)

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    Yes, obviously. I'm not actually a robot with Asperger's, after all. But it is nonetheless one of those phrases that's been rendered meaningless through overuse, like "to be fair".
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    Just checking. There's a lot of things we say that are just conversational ballast. A lot of the time we're talking to people who we don't like or barely know.

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    Words we're barely aware of speaking
    See you mate
    Yeah see you mate
    See you mate
    Yeah see you mate

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    computer games are fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Just checking. There's a lot of things we say that are just conversational ballast. A lot of the time we're talking to people who we don't like or barely know.
    Yeah, but not here, eh old chums?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woebot View Post
    computer games are fun
    In general I'd agree, but there are moments in some of the Valve games and maybe a few others (I'm not really a huge gamer myself) that transcend 'fun', as such. I have no problem with people calling games an art form, in principle.
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    not that i'd endorse it - being a living saint - but i imagine crime is a lot of fun too.

    until you get caught.

    it must beat waking up with your face in pieces though davis.

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    Worse things have happened to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woebot View Post
    not that i'd endorse it - being a living saint - but i imagine crime is a lot of fun too.


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    Two scratches by the eye. Still beautiful.

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    I sometimes feel almost a tinge of regret over the fact that I've never been arrested - I mean, it'd make for a story to tell the kids, should I ever have any - but then I consider that this is an extremely white thing to think, if you get me.

    Luke, you're an outrageous reprobate, you must have been nicked at least once, right?
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    i was 11 or 12 years old so it was a long time ago. there was a police chase too. it was good fun. i was a child graffiti artist.

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