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Is it just me ? am I being naive, but when i 'm loosing a game and things are going down the crapper ( the toilet was invented by a guy called Crapper ) I always back away from that resign button and say to myself " I'll just have a cup of tea " as if things would look rosier :-) when I go back to face the execution.
But when I'm playing with someone I know and played with before, I go smiling to the chopping block.
People say that "it's just a game" and I agree....it is........BUT IT'S NOT YOU KNOW !!!!!!!
Time to hit the sack.........Night all and may your God be with you.
I wouldn't recommend drinking a stimulant before bedtime.
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