A Question of Trust (Updated)

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arabest1 says:
Sunday, February 10, 2013 at 17:12
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areyouaccusingmeofmendacity says:

Is that you going for the world record for most mixed metaphors in one sentence?
Look out for Charlie next week, talking about a gift horse in the hand being worth strings on your bow, in an attempt to claim it back.

…………….without looking, before he leaps into the still water, without a paddle, realising he has burnt his bridges, with only a cooked goose to eat in the bed he has made

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“Your aving a laff John”.

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A Question of Trust (Updated)
newshedenvy says:
Saturday, February 9, 2013 at 00:08
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dukinfisgusted says:
Friday, February 8, 2013 at 23:49
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Is there a Trophy for the biggest crowd ?? Just asking.

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Bonus points for transposing initial letters? Or dropping erroneous capital letters into the middle of a sentence?

Don’t think so.
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Eh ???


A Question of Trust (Updated)
Is there a Trophy for the biggest crowd ?? Just asking.


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ernie says:
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Up paying your fees I hope.


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