In and Around Siem Reap

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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by EdinWigan » Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:08 am

flying chicken wrote:
EdinWigan wrote:Mr Chicken, with the greatest of avian respect, can we not just keep this thread on topic, there are loads of others, more apt, for you to spit feathers in m8 :bow:
I bet you changed your mind. :beer1: hehe...
Well you might be wrong there, my feathered friend. I am at the comfortable stage, where I see sex as a participatory event. Watching an animated .gif , really doesn't do it for me, it sort of reminds me I am not doing it, to be honest.

Worry not though, your amongst friends here and we all understand your pain and frustration. Puberty is never an easy time but in time this phase will pass and you will go on, I am sure, to rule your own roost.

Good Luck mate and for now keep your .gif friends close and your tissues even closer.

:cry:
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by flying chicken » Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:29 am

Sorry that I cant reply in a proper manner to you English people. I am in a different time zone, looking at the clcok on my PC its almost 3 in the morning. Starving for 4 days, fuck off







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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by EdinWigan » Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:35 am

flying chicken wrote:Sorry that I cant reply in a proper manner to you English people. I am in a different time zone, looking at the clcok on my PC its almost 3 in the morning. Starving for 4 days, fuck off







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Why have you been starving for 4 days ?
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by flying chicken » Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:49 am

Waiting for that little smart arse Dageham, I just wanna own that little grumpy shit.
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by EdinWigan » Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:55 am

flying chicken wrote:Waiting for that little smart arse Dageham, I just wanna own that little grumpy shit.
Where are you from, originally Mr Chicken?

Dagg's is in PP so prob', pissed or asleep right now , I am just guessing
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by Born-Confused » Sun Jun 29, 2014 2:58 am

He's a little bit Viet, a little bit Thai, a little bit khmer, a little bit Chinese who did a little bit of study in NZ! He's a lot of loopy though!
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by flying chicken » Sun Jun 29, 2014 3:02 am

Thats what i thought. i will give him a late sunday sermonm if he enjoys getting abuse from the chicken in his waking hours,
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by flying chicken » Sun Jun 29, 2014 3:06 am

Born-Confused wrote:He's a little bit Viet, a little bit Thai, a little bit khmer, a little bit Chinese who did a little bit of study in NZ! He's a lot of loopy though!
Smells like a spy. You got your facts partially right. I will credit you for that.
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Re: In and Around Siem Reap

Post by EdinWigan » Sun Jun 29, 2014 7:16 pm

Right, as Mr Chicken has apparently been caged for a week, can we get back on topic :bow:
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