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sorry guys i left work at half four think i have got one up and running and have tried to clean up the image alot through the computer hope this works bowdown.gif

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Oh dear, oh dear. You could have done a little better than that!!!

A quick search of google reveals the exact same photo, fancy that!

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UHOH7.GIFok ill come clean i was seeing how long i could keep a thread of total dung.gif going on a class site. How long would it be befor someone got suspicious and fair play to you all it wasnt long till i was sussed. Sorry to all if i have made anyone grumpy but i wont use the site for my socialogy experiments again. Ban me if you want.good old GOOGLE blush.gif. i know i know Flush.gifFlush.gifFlush.gifFlush.gifFlush.gifFlush.gif i'll get my coat.

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UHOH7.GIFok ill come clean i was seeing how long i could keep a thread of total dung.gif going on a class site.

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Much easier just to say I tried to fool y'all and it didn't work!

Thing you have to remember Collease is that there is so much combined knowledge on this site that anyone who tries to pull the wool over peoples eyes WILL get found out!

I'm sure nobody really gives a s**t and you certainly won't be banned! 169144-ok.gif

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I know but it was actually an experiment. I was trying to find out how a collective of mostly strangers would react to an event that seemed to good to be true. My hypothesis was that it would divid the collective but it didnt it seemed to bond you stonger together.

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Guys, you will NEVER guess what. Our MD has just driven to work in TWO cars. A Koeniggsegg CCR on one foot and a Bugatti Royale on the other.

I consider myself to be a touch gullible but even I found it hard to imagine a boss driving his £2.5m car into work and letting a 25 year old go for a spin round the block in it!

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I know but it was actually an experiment.

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Yeah, course it was mate, whatever... SLEEP5.GIF

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Yeah, course it was mate, whatever... SLEEP5.GIF

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It was the guy banging on the window at the lights that done it for me,oh and the "smooth" gearchange. grin.gif

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Guys, you will NEVER guess what. Our MD has just driven to work in TWO cars. A Koeniggsegg CCR on one foot and a Bugatti Royale on the other

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Mine's just thrown me the keys to his Harrier jump jet!

I've got it airbourne, but does anyone know how to land this thing, I've been up here a week now! crazy.gif

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Guys, you'll never guess what. I am posting this from the outer regions of our Solar System.

When I arrived in the office this morning I noticed that the Space Shuttle Discovery had in fact made an emergency landing just moments beforehand and the bugger was parked in my space. After a brief chat with the Commander he agreed to move it.

As he tried to do so the remnants of his parachutes (that had deployed on landing) got caught up around the rear of my car and, would you believe it, he hit the reserve booster rocket button (top secret device I have since found out) and we were propelled into the earths stratosphere at speeds approaching 17,500 mph.

As we went into orbit I was glad of the fact that the 645 had various automatic programmes for air distribution and climate control. I browsed through the menus of iDrive and low and behold there was the programme I required - "InterStellar Cruising & Orbit".

A few moments later the pressure had equalised in the cabin and I gave the thumbs up to the Space Shuttle ahead of me (still tugging me along via it's deployed parachutes). The Xenon lights work well in outer space too, that's a neat feature.

Anyway, as we passed Jupiter (having got there so quickly by piggy backing on a comet that came into reach), I noticed that the red spot of the planet confused the Satellite Navigation system into thinking we were approaching Chernobyl. I managed to cancel it's attempt to persuade me to take a left turn just beyond Ganymede and we valiantly drove on (in Drive Sport mode at this point) beyond Uranus (it smelled rather awful and there was a strong bullshit presence).

Neptune is very pretty. A bit bland looking, but pretty nonetheless.

So, as I conclude this we're way beyond Pluto and Mickey Mouse although I have yet to spy Donald Duck. I can report that voice recognition is still working well and that the words 'To boldly go' do indeed result in the exhausts turning into nuclear reactors. The bonnet seems to be wearing well with few signs of heat burns from the thrusters of the Shuttle ahead of me. The Commander keeps checking back to make sure I'm still here and the heated seats are keeping my bum nice and warm as we enter the colder parts of space. Shortly, I anticipate sight of a new galaxy. It's called Ford MPV.

This is Captain MrMe reporting back from the Starship 645 in the wake of the Space Shuttle Discovery en route to the Bullshit Black Hole beyond the Galaxy Ford MPV, otherwise known as 250 GTO in astronomical terms.

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I'm logged on to the BBC site video streaming bit and I note you are due to land in an hour.

The shuttle is resuming fluid loading and they are going to start the APU's in 15 minutes.

You are going to enter the atmosphere over Madagascar then moving over to the Cook Islands for a touch down in the US in about an hour. There should be some decent photo opportunities so I hope you took your camera.

While you are up there Chris would you mind taking a look at the roof on my house to see if any tiles have become dislodged? Much obliged.

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Check your own roof tiles! I have heatshield tiles to worry about ahead of me!

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Sorry for disturbing you at such a critical time Capt.

Good luck, may the farce be with you.

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Sorry for disturbing you at such a critical time Capt.

Good luck, may the farce be with you.

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For a moment there I thought I had a Klingon on my rear.

Luckily, I just didn't wipe it properly.

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UHOH7.GIFok ill come clean i was seeing how long i could keep a thread of total dung.gif going on a class site. How long would it be befor someone got suspicious and fair play to you all it wasnt long till i was sussed. Sorry to all if i have made anyone grumpy but i wont use the site for my socialogy experiments again. Ban me if you want.good old GOOGLE blush.gif. i know i know Flush.gifFlush.gifFlush.gifFlush.gifFlush.gifFlush.gif i'll get my coat.

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Colon, you are a tw@t............. smashfreakB.gif

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I browsed through the menus of iDrive and low and behold there was the programme I required - "InterStellar Cruising & Orbit".

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Because in the vacuum of space, you wouldn't be able to use the voice control function of iDrive, I assume? grin.gif

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A few moments later the pressure had equalised in the cabin

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You mean you didn't have the roof down? I don't suppose it was raining up there, what sort of convertible driver are you?! wink.gif

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You mean you didn't have the roof down? I don't suppose it was raining up there, what sort of convertible driver are you?! wink.gif

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Space debris....you have to be careful not to get squashed by it if you put the roof down.

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Well done for a safe touchdown. I didn't see your car behind the shuttle on the NASA video, either the images were not clear enough or you have been fibbing to us.

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or you have been fibbing to us.

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Steady on old chap, "social experiment", surely...?? yelrotflmao.gif

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or you have been fibbing to us.

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Steady on old chap, "social experiment", surely...?? yelrotflmao.gif

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I love it! grin.gif

Next time I go out drinking and get caught red-handed by the g/f I can just tell her;

"No-no love, I was just socially experimenting with you when I told you I wasn't drunk!"

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Damn it.

Okay, so I wasn't on the edge of our Solar System today.

The Space Shuttle didn't land in our company car park.

My car does not have an InterStellar & Orbit Climate programme.

The cabin pressure cannot be adjusted to allow space travel.

The exhausts do not turn into nuclear reactors.

BUT

I thought it was a lot more believeable than a sociology experiment with the 250 GTO ....

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Damn it.

Okay, so I wasn't on the edge of our Solar System today.

The Space Shuttle didn't land in our company car park.

My car does not have an InterStellar & Orbit Climate programme.

The cabin pressure cannot be adjusted to allow space travel.

The exhausts do not turn into nuclear reactors.

BUT

I thought it was a lot more believeable than a sociology experiment with the 250 GTO ....

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M3me for the first time ever, you have made me laugh tongue.gif169144-ok.gif

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