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0653: Make A Fuss in A Cup of Kindness Yet 10th Jun, 2021
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0653: Make A Fuss
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Mel Cormac edit delete
Mel Cormac
Way to dunk on two of your friends at once Jon, wow.

Also Paul how can you possibly not know what a pushover you are honestly
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Microraptor
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Microraptor
Oh, let Jon his Paul dissing - it's one of the few joys in life he has!
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Lol yeah he needs that!
RazorD9
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RazorD9
Paul is a lot like a beefy wacky inflatable tube man. Easy to pushover, but gets back up. Oh and something about them being clowns of sorts. I mean both or silly looking and are a delight to watch as well as can be nightmare fuel.
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Haha true! Like one of those clown balloons you fix to the floor that you push again and again and it just keeps getting back up!
Echo (Guest)
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I forgot y'all call fries chips and was having so much difficulty why you thought you could draw chips like that.
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Haha I honestly forgot chips can mean something else until you said that! I can see the confusion!
Squirreltastic-Blue
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Where the heck are we?
Ordering food, reserving tables on your own, it's no place I've been to.
Some kind of club? A bar?
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Some pubs over here serve food (usually simple stuff like burgers or fish and chips) until a certain time at night, and you usually can't actually reserve a table, you just have to sit down and hope no one takes it from you. Unlike a bar, which is unlikely to have food other than peanuts or something.
LinkyBoy
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Must be a cultural thing, but if you had me dressing up for New Year party just to treat me with a mere burger/chips course, I would make a fuss for sure! (where are my foie gras, smoked salmon and champagne? ;)
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Haha, you know I almost included Jon pointing out how weird it is that they're getting "pub grub" in their Sunday best. We must be on the same wavelength
anonymous coward (Guest)
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Hmm, on one hand I know full well Jon means that figuratively, and definitely isn't calling Paul an invertebrate. On the other hand, I'm seeing a sight gag of Paul admitting, "Fine, you caught me," and bonelessly flopping over in a pile on the floor because he can't be bothered to keep pretending when Jon already knows the horrible truth. I'm guessing that would be a Halloween only joke around here though.

Eh, Paul and Ty do take it too far. But so does Jon in his own, different, direction.
Mel Cormac
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Mel Cormac
Always knew Paul was a jellyfish

Honestly I love that gag! I can definitely imagine him having fun at Anna's expense if she ever called him spineless.
"Well in that case you'll need to help keep me upright" *leans progressively heavier on her shoulder*
anonymous coward (Guest)
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Every language has these, but English certainly has its fair share of non-literal expressions that can be mischievously treated in other ways. Sadly, most people go for the lower-hanging fruit of the words with a dozen different definitions and consider themselves clever when they manage a sentence that has both a normal meaning and a second one that's a come-on or a dirty reference.

("If I said you had a sexy body, would you hold it against me?" "Maybe, my elbows are feeling slightly more attracted to your groin right now. If you don't go away quickly that could lead to some vigorous, repeated contact!")