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Mad Dog 11:51 Thu May 9
Freddie Starr joins hamster
Found dead age 76

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gph 6:52 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Right thread.

He played today as if his pre-match meal was 100 hamsters

Far Cough 6:07 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Sorry wrong thread

Far Cough 6:05 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Zabaleta FMOB

MTC 12:38 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Know someone who went to see him live years ago and they said its the funniest thing they’ve ever seen.He could get away with more on his live shows than he ever could on tv even back then.

Sven Roeder 11:50 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
She was upset as it took the hamster a few days to lick the butter off its fur

Sven Roeder 11:49 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
No
He put a friends pet hamster in bread when she told him to make his own sandwich.
Max Clifford made it into a story to raise Starrs profile

Leonard Hatred 8:55 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Did he ACTUALLY eat a hamster?

jfk 5:52 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Freddie was funny fucker.One of life's natural pisstakers,never took himself too seriously.
RIP

normannomates 4:40 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
I liked Freddie..
RIP BROTHER

Hammer and Pickle 12:14 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Maybe having a shower is deemed fell by the universe and is therefore an extinction trait.

Did dodos have showers?

gph 12:07 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Elephants have showers...

Nurse Ratched 12:04 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Can I tell you after I've finished my cigarette and had a shower?

gph 12:02 Sun May 12
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
*gathers up courage to ask*

What were the initial pairings?

Nurse Ratched 11:59 Sat May 11
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Oh no, I enjoyed that bit.

gph 11:58 Sat May 11
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Marginally better than picturing the process leading to the hybrid...

Hammer and Pickle 11:58 Sat May 11
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Doing this metacognition thing badly is clearly going to get us going the way of the dodo and the woolly mammoth.

Nurse Ratched 11:57 Sat May 11
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Fuck sake, now I'm picturing the hybrid.

gph 11:56 Sat May 11
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Luckily, there's little chance of a hybrid

gph 11:53 Sat May 11
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Black rats are the only non-human animals suspected of metacognition, the ability to choose between courses of action based on how much of the prior knowledge needed to cope with the consequences they have.

They may know what they know, and act on it accordingly.

We've got to stop crows, black rats, elephants and parrots from teaming up to overthrow us...

Nurse Ratched 11:39 Sat May 11
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Tree rats; sand rats; big toofy water rats. 'Orrible feckers.

My hero Shawn Woods knows how to take care of rodents. Mousetrap Monday is my favourite YouTube channel. The ingenuity of humans in the ancient and ongoing Human vs Rodent War never ceases to impress and amuse me. Major recommend.

gph 11:03 Sat May 11
Re: Freddie Starr joins hamster
Squirrels, prairie dogs and beavers must count as nicer rodents.

And if hedgehogs aren't rodents, porcupines are.

(Rabbits and hares are ex-rodents. I believe they petitioned the scientific community for reclassification after seeing a picture of a naked mole rat)

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