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    Quote Originally Posted by IdleRich
    "Taking the mickey out of your twitch".

    Im sorry, but I am completely confused as to what this means.

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    taking the mickey = poking fun at = making fun of = teasing (sbdy) about (sthg)

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    Fucking hell! I just found out that my blood pressure is 141 / 95 which is HIGH!!

    This means I have to give up all the things I like or have a stroke.

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    but you could also give up everything you like and get run over by a car or whatever. enjoy that bacon while you can oliver!

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    I'm only 28. What'll it be like when I'm 48? If I make it.

    This is bad fucking news. I'm hypertense!!!

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    thats what happens when you spurn exercise and cannabis.

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    You're right. I can't believe you live a healithier life than me.

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    "thats what happens when you spurn exercise"
    Very sympathetic. You're gonna feel bad if he dies.

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    no i won't, i'll say
    'i told you so'

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    what???? you think I'm about to die???

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    "no i won't, i'll say 'i told you so'"
    To a corpse?
    "what???? you think I'm about to die???"
    Not necessarily, just saying.
    Anyway, I wouldn't worry, the Iranians probably fixed the test results.

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    to a corpse? sure, imagine how smug i'll feel.

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    well, I'm sorry to hear that, oliver. I'm sure you're fine - aren't these things more like genetic predispositions anyway? I mean you might need to take up yoga or something, and flick through Vogue less often (ahem) but it'll be ok.

    I hadn't realised you were only a year old than me - in my mind you occupy the role of 'proper person'!

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    see what happens when you spurn the curry sauce?

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    I went on a juice fast for 45 days last year. no solids, only vegetable and fruit juices, mixed with a little herbal powder. for 1.5 months I had unmistakably higher than normal energy levels, ability to focus and concentrate, and did not need to sleep as much.

    point being: food is a drug and an addiction. we are addicted to the pacifying chemicals our brains produce in reaction to all food (not only fatty foods), and we are addicted to the emotional satisfaction of eating.

    what our bodies need (minerals and vitamins and a tiny amount of protean) are not found in 99% of the food we eat, which are instead filled with things which slow us down, give us health problems, cause deadly diseases, but taste good.

    thus food can be convincingly argued as a much worse addiction than any kind of narcotic - number of users, and lack of awareness of its side effects - fatigue, bowel problems, colon cancer, pre-mature aging, etc - and taking these symptoms for granted, as "natural".
    Last edited by zhao; 16-05-2006 at 01:16 AM.

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