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OK i am probably just having a whinge but i loath it when a subject is posted then a few replies are posted

and then  the posts start coming in and they completely change the topic of the original post

OK that's what grates my gears this fine morning in Queensland .........sorry guys.

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I know it can be a bit irritating at times, but if every topic stuck rigidly to its title then people would skip whole topics that they thought wouldn't interest them.

 

Many times I've read a topic that didn't particularly interest me at the time, but thought there may be other content in there that I didn't want to miss (I'm the nosy type!), only to find myself actually engrossed in the topic itself.

 

So, how is the barbie season going then? ...

 

:D

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Now we have to decide who is the grumpiest. I think I could win that competition.

How many conversations can be started about say the price of bread and end with the meaning of life .

Maybe it's just me.

Dialogue surely is good regardless of where it starts and where it ends.

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Who's round? 

Can't help you there I'm afraid. I had the grave misfortune to be born with uncommonly short arms and incredibly deep pockets. :D

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 I cannot stand people who think they're worse off than everybody else. My mate Fred is brilliant. He had a bad accident where he lost his voice and both legs. Does he make a song and dance about it?      Certainly not !

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My apologies friends i was just being a old fart and the beers no problem. 420023_336666419690041_850616935_n.jpg

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