My Boring post has been blocked!

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My "Free fishing Video" thread has been blocked, I think an explanation is in order, I have certainly not offended anyone, and to my knowledge have not broken any forum rules, can someone please clarify this issue, even a private message or e-mail would do.

Yours faithfully, Boring Bob.
 
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You have been sniffed out by the Witch Finder Generals Bob.
 
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My aim is to make this the single most boring thread on the entire internet Baz, I will need the help of my fellow posters to achieve this, the good news is,there are plenty of people on here that areeminently qualified , in fact many of them are what is termed nowadays as "over qualified", taking boring toa new dimension.
 

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Bob

You have been blocked for misrepresentation, you labelled yourself as "Boring" when your post clearly get interest - this contravenes article 5 of FM code of practice and also article 7 of the Geneva convention.

I refer you to the case of Alfred "Dinky little one" Buttersway V the Crown

Alfred told several ladies his gentleman's equipment was a "Dinky little one" and in no would they be injured if they agreed to have sex with him, when he had in fact got the equivalent of a large family loaf between his legs.

The ladies needed medical treatment after sleeping with Alfred and one was left so badly damaged if she ran anywhere it sounded as if a seal was clapping it's flippers in her pants
 
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Hovis or Tesco home brand? was it a large uncut or a bloomer? heaven forbid it was a Tiger loaf, these are particularly vicious , leaving claw marks and scratches in the most unholy of places, an ordinary man would be no good for a strumpet after she has indulged in that nasty little practice, she would not even look at you twice, click this link for more info;

www.anglingtoast.net
 
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ED (The ORIGINAL and REAL one)

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It's impossible for this to be the single most boring thread -- that already exists HERE
 
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ED (The ORIGINAL and REAL one)

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<blockquote class=quoteheader>marie marling wrote (see)</blockquote><blockquote class=quote>All paths have their puddles. bob/forum/smilies/big_smile_smiley.gif.</blockquote>
So wear your wellies.....
 

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"It's impossible for this to be the single most boring thread -- that already exists HERE"Thanks a bunch, Ed - up till now, I'd managed to avoid that thread! /forum/smilies/angry_smiley.gif
 
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Bob (Bradford), can you answer me a small question ?

What part do you play in Angling Trust -- Are you their publicity officer ???
 

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<blockquote class=quoteheader>Boring Bob Bradford wrote (see)</blockquote><blockquote class=quote>

Hovis or Tesco home brand? was it a large uncut or a bloomer? heaven forbid it was a Tiger loaf, these are particularly vicious , leaving claw marks and scratches in the most unholy of places, an ordinary man would be no good for a strumpet after she has indulged in that nasty little practice, she would not even look at you twice, click this link for more info;

www.anglingtoast.net</blockquote>
It was a particularly large loaf know as a "Bransley Bargepole" - it'd thick, rough and smells of BO - just like the Barnsley lassess
 

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<blockquote class=quoteheader>ED (The ORIGINAL and REAL one) wrote (see)</blockquote><blockquote class=quote>

Bob (Bradford), can you answer me a small question ?

What part do you play in Angling Trust -- Are you their publicity officer ???</blockquote>
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<blockquote class=quoteheader>ED (The ORIGINAL and REAL one) wrote (see)</blockquote><blockquote class=quote>

Bob (Bradford), can you answer me a small question ?

What part do you play in Angling Trust -- Are you their publicity officer ???</blockquote>
I am forbidden to post on here about that subject Ed, you already know that though, as you are good pals with Graham, now stop being a very naughty boy, otherwiseI shall have to award you the wooden spoon for services to stirring.
 
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