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Here's a rather curious book that I'm sure you'll all be interested in. I'd be happy to take any orders you have:

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How dare you waste the Doctors precious time, he's far too busy checking on the animals in his farm.
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I agree the good Doctor is indeed a busy man he is currently acting as external examiner (a point which I had to stress repeatedly)
for one of my PhD students.

At this very moment the good doctor is reading through a laborious 900 page thesis by M Fulofschlitz entitled 'Gypsy Nitpicking' a study of arcane and tedious dogma concerning the correct technique for picking nits.
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Thrip wrote:I'd be happy to take any orders you have:
A cappuccino and blueberry muffin for me please.

.......And Cabo :shock: , I really think you need some councelling about the internet sites you are cruising. Prof Niblett specialises in the mentally scarred so he would be a good first stop for you. His rates are very competitive and he is prepared to take luncheon vouchers in needy cases like yourself.
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Teddy Dupont wrote:A cappuccino and blueberry muffin for me please.
Where do think this is, Borders?
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