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May 23, 2011

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Of course not!
Labyrinth!
I'm not sure, i think not.
I've never tried to smoke, I don't like it!
And with english breakfast?
No music.... I have to edit :-(
(but maybe later an innocent drink!!!)

1) Taramasalata
2) Labyrinth
3) No, graphite and a clay binder *Wikipedia cough cough*
4) Probably
5) Indeed
6) Yiruma

Do pirates eat oysters? Or taramasalata?

A) T-aaaaarggghhh-amasalata

Did David Bowie's film career peak with Absolute Beginners or Labyrinth?

A) Labyrinth

Is there any lead in a modern day pencil?

A)No, its graphite

Are smokers attracted to other people who smell of cigarettes (some sort of natural selection thing)?

A) Natural selection would say no, because smoking is not good for you genetically

Is Kevin Bacon related to himself?

A) don't know, but is he Kosher?

And what music should we listen to this afternoon?

A)Classic hard rock eg: AC/DC

Here's some answers for you pirates eat pieces of (after) eight; Labyrinth; probably not (H&S you know;); have never thought about that but I think you could be on to something there; Well he IS connected to just about everything else on the planet; and whatever makes you get jiggy :)

Not saying they are the CORRECT answers mind!

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=do+pirates+like+taramasalata

Do pirates eat oysters? Or taramasalata?

They dip the oysters in the taramasalata. (Thank you for suggesting it, it's my favourite word :))

Did David Bowie's film career peak with Absolute Beginners or Labyrinth?

Labyrinth

Is there any lead in a modern day pencil?

No

Are smokers attracted to other people who smell of cigarettes (some sort of natural selection thing)?

No, they are attracted to smokers and non-smokers but they are more likely to get to know smokers when they stand together outside in their smog. (I'm not a smoker.)

Is Kevin Bacon related to himself?

Aren't we all?

And what music should we listen to this afternoon?

BOWLING FOR SOUP!!!! because they are awesome... and very funny :)

Oyster - a must for pearl potential if you're a pirate.

Peaking as an Absolute Beginner is never a good idea; always want to leave them wanting more - QED it has to be Labyrinth, unless you're sitting in a worm hole doing it all backward.

I would say there's always lead in my pencil but 1. I'm a girl and 2. I use a biro.

If I like you I'll think you're Smokin' either way :-)

Yes - never ration the Bacon (if he smokes, he's smokey Bacon and who wouldn't want a piece of that).

Easy on the ear: catch a Fleet Fox.

Id say yes pirates eat them cos tara is pink and oysters are pearly.
I havent seen absolute beginner but Labyrinth is Awesome!
Its graphite in pencils cos its less toxic.
I think smokers just have more in commen and non smokers dont like the smell.
not sure about Kevin Bacon but its possible.
camera obscura and the feeling makes for a happy afternoon

Pirates eat oysters - they used to be the food of the poor in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Labyrinth

No

No

Yes

Big Country

Yes, but only in months with an "R"
Labyrinth. Obviously.
None at all.
Quite possibly.
Almost certainly.
David Bowie.

Not sure about the other stuff but you should be listening to Jah Wobble and to Nizlopi. Definitely.

Seem to have a consensus on the rest but how about listening to some fruity music?
anything by "Wild Strawberries"
Road Apples by "Tragically Hip"
Bananarama
Play that Funky music by Wild Cherry

and so on

Oysters as in Ship ahOyster

Labrinth, great film, great makeup, touch of nigthmare, touch of truth...didn't see the other one anyway

Graphite now, the lead has been nicked by nefarious personages.

Don't know if smokers are attracted to other smokers but it takes true love or a lot of money for a non-smoker to be attracted by that smell. Yuk.

kevin bacon? Didn't he write Shakespeare?

Listen to Music, you should be so lucky in work hours.

a) oysters - the effort to smoke the tarama (roe) and then turn it into taramasalata is too much for them. Plus only true hard people can eat oysters

b) Labyrinth, without a doubt

c) nope - only called that because it looks like lead (Same grey colour - in my opinion!)

d) i think they're the only people who put up with the smell, and the death causing habit...

e) yes. like we all are.

f) the soundtrack to enchanted, then les mis, then alfie boe.

Yes if they can get them!
Labyrinth
No
If yoi smoke you will loose your sense of smell so you may not be even aware that there is a common smell!!
He is "6 degrees of separation" from himself!!
The Bacon Brothers, of course!!

pirates eat oysters after they check them for pearls.

dunno never seen 'em

if pencils had lead more people would nick them and sell them for scrap

smokers attract other smokers because they need to scrounge fags ofeach other

is kevin bacon?

music should be heard and not seen

1)Probably not - I'd guess they are bored of fish - they just long for a grapefruit! I reckon they'd keep the pearls though...

2) Labyrinth! Anyone who can pull off being a Goblin King in lycra deserves a bit of a career break!

3) No - it's graphite now. Can you imagine the noise you would make in an exam room if you dropped your pencil?

4) I think it helps - they wont notice the smell as much as a non-smoker... Much like someone who has a favourite body spray - birds end up falling off trees with the fumes before they start smelling it themselves as they are so used to it!

5) Only if he had an accident with a time machine and birthcontrol...

6) Iron Maiden!!! True English music :-)

Firstly, http://www.davidbowieisverydisappointedinyou.com/

Secondly...

Pirates eat oysters all day long.

http://www.davidbowieisverydisappointedinyou.com/ for ever doubting that his film career peaked with Labyrinth.

There is no lead in a modern day pencil. There is no lead anywhere anymore. Lead is dead.

Smokers have murdered their smelling tools with cigarettes and can no longer detect the smell of cigarettes.

I don't really believe Kevin Bacon is true. But if he is, he is probably related to himself.

You should listen to Led Zeppelin of course.

Happy Monday :)

don't know about the other questions, but Labyrinth is the answer to question 2....... (sorry, still stuck gazing at the picture of Mr Bowie..... saw that film 14 times at the cinema when it came out and 100's of times since...... still stuck..... can someone tell me when it's time to go out - thanks!) x

Neither - they prefer M-aaaaaarrrrggghhhh-mite...

Not sure "peak" is the right word for either...

No - but ask your pharmacist about the new "Staedtler Viagra" range...

It's not the smell they're attracted to - it's the possibility of free fags...

Only by marriage...

Anything containing F#

Pirates are well known adherents to the "F-Plan" diet...

I thought his career peaked when he invented that knife...

Pencils are no longer lead, which is causing major problems for horses looking for water...

KB is a figment of his own imagination and therefore can only be related to himself...

If "Morning Has Broken" how can it be afternoon??

I like pirates so oysters
Definitely Labyrinth
Probably, if lipstick has lead, pencils do too
ashtray breath is gross, I can't imagine it would attract anything
I don't really care who KB is related too
Music I would say Hedwig and the Angry Inch Soundtrack or you can always try www.patestapes.com which has a very nice selection.

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