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  1. #491
    Quote Originally Posted by Shirl the Whirl View Post
    He was the sort of man who would enthusiastically offer to fix something for you, then never get round to it - but he would be deeply offended if, after months or years of waiting, you got someone else to do it.
    We might have a common accquaintance here.
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  2. #492
    He was the sort of man who could lie to your face, you knew it was a lie - and you still liked him (sounds like a politician, no, just a guy I knew).
    "Self-righteousness never straddles the political fence."

    Midnightpoet


    "The bible says to love your neighbor. It's obvious that over the centuries it has been interpreted as the opposite."
    (sarcasm alert)

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  3. #493
    He was the sort of man who read snippetts aloud in a clear, carrying, voice whilst browsing in the bookshop.
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  4. #494
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    taken to flipping off his cigarette ashes and staring off philosophically, although truth told, he'd never had one original thought

  5. #495
    He was the sort of man who celebrated each audible fart.

  6. #496
    ... who read music aloud at 3.30 every Tuesday afternoon.
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  7. #497
    He was the sort of man who organises sock drawers.

  8. #498
    Quote Originally Posted by bazz cargo View Post
    He was the sort of man who organises sock drawers.
    You mean some people don't !!! How weird.
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  9. #499
    He was the sort of man who inspired background music.
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  10. #500
    he was the kind of man who would open his critique with "I enjoyed reading your poem/story..."
    and then give 20 reasons why he patently didn't.
    grasp the mettle of things unsaid
    and strike the nail upon the head

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