sufi

lala
i'm good at all sorts of things, i wish i could understand what motivates me though, but maybe that's another thread
 

WashYourHands

Cat Malogen
I can throw magnificently for so little cricket experienced, other than pissed up at Trent Bridge confused or as a parent

Played baseball in the US fuckin around and you could hear a snigger of this lad will be shit and then catch, field/throw hard to 1st/3rd base from outfield, yeah have that Kojak

Cliche about growing up outdoors messing around throwing stones, mud, snow. It was something you had to learn. My kid sister turned to archery, loads of fun in the sun too if you want to try something new and have a steady hand

Cant believe the world hasn’t organised a range of throwing competitions for accuracy, range, targets, loads of potential with spheres/discs instead of arrows. Nearly every culture throws, it’s ancient physiologically
 

Corpsey

bandz ahoy
I can't throw for toffee

I'd like to learn cos it always felt like an emasculating thing at school

The first nail in my penis coffin
 

Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
I once paid two months' rent playing word games on quiz machines
Were there there questions like:

Who knows the most about quantum mechanics?
A. Werner Heisenberg
B. Paul Dirac
C. My mate Dave, who reckons antimatter is a load of bollocks
D. Erwin Schrödinger
 

woops

is not like other people
i'm good at spelling, i can spell all sorts of hard words with no mistakes, @thirdform says what he calls anglos (=english) are not very good at spelling, and wonders why, i suppose it's yet another 1 of those imperial hang overs, maybe the english assume that if they spell something wrong and the foreigns don't understand then it's their own stupid fault? or shall we just assume that english people are mostly thick apart from rare flukes like me.
 

mixed_biscuits

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i'm good at spelling, i can spell all sorts of hard words with no mistakes, @thirdform says what he calls anglos (=english) are not very good at spelling, and wonders why, i suppose it's yet another 1 of those imperial hang overs, maybe the english assume that if they spell something wrong and the foreigns don't understand then it's their own stupid fault? or shall we just assume that english people are mostly thick apart from rare flukes like me.
Ok spell fuchsia then
 

luka

Well-known member
anglos are not especially bad at spelling . its just changing educational standards, decline of literacy, and spell check everywhere
 
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