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25-01-2012, 02:51 PM
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lol I have to extend this thread to "at work stuff" because of my coworker:

"Look at my crass banana! It's not normal, it's an s-shape!"
and
"WOAH it's raining!"

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25-01-2012, 03:28 PM
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(25-01-2012 02:51 PM)Leela Wrote:  "WOAH it's raining!"

That's especially intelligent to notice in Ireland. It only rains 6 times a week. Dodgy

Oh, no Hallucinations 4:11 says the 'gilded sheep should be stewed in rat blood' but Morons 5:16 contradicts it. (Chas)

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26-01-2012, 09:58 AM
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Tealights? TEALIGHTS!? I HATE TEALIGHTS!!!! You know why? Tealight catapults...that's why. The stupid things were lit too.

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27-01-2012, 04:19 AM
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News from my coworker with the crass banana:
Talking about music in brasil - german word "brasilien"
"this is a hit in brasiliania" (brasilianien)
he kinda extended the word weirdly... dunno i had a good laugh

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28-01-2012, 11:27 PM
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(26-01-2012 09:58 AM)Hamata k Wrote:  Tealights? TEALIGHTS!? I HATE TEALIGHTS!!!! You know why? Tealight catapults...that's why. The stupid things were lit too.

Catapults you say?
Hmmm… Might just have to sign up…

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02-02-2012, 06:20 AM
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"produced in a kitchen that also uses nuts" >> on a pack of veggies at work o.O

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04-02-2012, 04:41 PM
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Ok, so finally my ikea family card arrived on Friday > I WAS THRILLED!!!

I would like to share a few things from the letter, which looks like patchwork no kidding.
disclaimer: this is not advertisment, this is for the fun of it.

HI
Good news Leela, your new IKEA FAMILY card is here. So starting now, you are entitled to more rewards, more inspiration and more acces to everything that makes you smile about IKEA.

(yeah I'm smiling already)

So then they start telling you what the card is all about (not the discounts of course, which is the reason I wanted it in the first place - and the free tea).
So here what the card is all about Big Grin

"It's about learning how to call every room 'home'"
(like, what???)
"It's a place where friends and family come together"
(because as a family trip on the weekend I have no better ideas than going to ikea)
"It's a helping hand when you need it most"
(ok, then I want them to come and paing my walls please)
"It's reducing your impact on the environment"
(they plant a few trees and actually state this to explain: "Together with the Tree council of Ireland, we hope to create acres of hapitat...." I wonder what happens when they are done hoping.)

After all that they give you tips on how to do proper shopping there and they call it "hot tips":
1. Have breakfast at ikea.
2. Look for the discount signs
3. Make a shopping list
4. Make a giftcard for loved ones.
5. Use a shopping bag.
6. Read on the ikea site.
7. Have your kids play in the play areas.
8. Walk shortcuts if you know what you need.
9. Use the delivery and assembly service (actually for free for members so that IS a good advice)
10. Remember to show your card.

Don't ask me why, but somehow I find them a little overexcited.

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04-02-2012, 04:42 PM
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(04-02-2012 04:41 PM)Leela Wrote:  Ok, so finally my ikea family card arrived on Friday > I WAS THRILLED!!!

I would like to share a few things from the letter, which looks like patchwork no kidding.
disclaimer: this is not advertisment, this is for the fun of it.

HI
Good news Leela, your new IKEA FAMILY card is here. So starting now, you are entitled to more rewards, more inspiration and more acces to everything that makes you smile about IKEA.

(yeah I'm smiling already)

So then they start telling you what the card is all about (not the discounts of course, which is the reason I wanted it in the first place - and the free tea).
So here what the card is all about Big Grin

"It's about learning how to call every room 'home'"
(like, what???)
"It's a place where friends and family come together"
(because as a family trip on the weekend I have no better ideas than going to ikea)
"It's a helping hand when you need it most"
(ok, then I want them to come and paing my walls please)
"It's reducing your impact on the environment"
(they plant a few trees and actually state this to explain: "Together with the Tree council of Ireland, we hope to create acres of hapitat...." I wonder what happens when they are done hoping.)

After all that they give you tips on how to do proper shopping there and they call it "hot tips":
1. Have breakfast at ikea.
2. Look for the discount signs
3. Make a shopping list
4. Make a giftcard for loved ones.
5. Use a shopping bag.
6. Read on the ikea site.
7. Have your kids play in the play areas.
8. Walk shortcuts if you know what you need.
9. Use the delivery and assembly service (actually for free for members so that IS a good advice)
10. Remember to show your card.

Don't ask me why, but somehow I find them a little overexcited.

No free Swedish Meatballs? Forget about it!

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