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Hello! I present some frequently blurry and occasionally pretty pictures, all taken on my K700i... ta-daa!

Service may be patchy at best, since my laptop's being tinkered with and I can't figure out how to work the SnaggleTooth majigger on my dad's computer. Come out of my phone, little pictures, be freeeeee

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What IS this 'Lifestyle Protection Centre'?

I imagine bodyguards for hipsters - "we'll make sure no-one spits at you for having ridiculous trendy hair".
15th Apr 2006, 17:27  

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paws_mcgraw says:

Duly googled - they seem to support families of people who have long-term illnesses/disabilities. Which is nice of them.

I rather liked the bodyguards idea...

15th Apr 2006, 21:38

Mr E says:

I agree....

'Back you! It's not his fault for having his hair spiked and coloured in a fasionista style!'

16th Apr 2006, 19:31

paws_mcgraw says:

there was an advert in 'Cheltenham's premier lifestyle magazine' (how many are there?) Cheltenham Living that was so funny-appalling it made me snort Appletise through my nose. It was a full-page ad with much text basically saying:

'are you really, really rich? Do you have a Rolex, but are afraid to wear it in case someone not as rich as you should nick it? Do you want to go shopping in one of our town's many wildly overpriced boutiques, safe in the knowledge that no-one will steal your new platinum-plated nostril-scraper as it dangles from your wrist in a fancy carrier bag? Well, Security Blanket can help! We provide an extremely discreet personal protection service for you and your family, starting from only 500 pounds a day!'

And beside this, a photo of a guy I can only describe as a man-mountain, walking several steps behind a lithely smug blond woman... discretion itself, indeed.

Did I mention this town exists in its own whirling vortex of mad?

16th Apr 2006, 19:51