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DimPrawn
3rd July 2008, 14:20
Please describe the nature of true love.

Points awarded for creativity, spelling and deepness.

Flubster
3rd July 2008, 14:27
Telling her you love her as she trots off back with the rest of the flock...

Bagpuss

NickFitz
3rd July 2008, 14:32
Love is like a butterfly, according to sources close to the Prime Minister.

Marina
3rd July 2008, 14:33
Please describe the nature of true love.

Points awarded for creativity, spelling and deepness.

Is this a GCSE question?

"Feck off!"

(P.S. Please take into account my correct use of quotes and an exclamation mark)

Zippy
3rd July 2008, 14:34
Cleaning up after your true love has thrown up.

Listening to your true love bang on about something they find fascinating and you find mind-numbingly tedious.

DiscoStu
3rd July 2008, 14:35
Is this a GCSE question?

"flip off!"

(P.S. Please take into account my correct use of quotes and an exclamation mark)

Well done, 11%.

Edit: Deduct a point for the not capitalising the F.

Advocate
3rd July 2008, 14:40
Putting up with various soaps originating from the southern hemisphere?

Francko
3rd July 2008, 14:44
Well done, 11%.

Edit: Deduct a point for the not capitalising the F.

I'd lower it to 7% because of the double quotes.

PRC1964
3rd July 2008, 15:10
Truelove?

Yes, I can do it. I've got 15 years experience and know how to apply all the patches.

There are a few bugs in the latest version, but as long as you take as some simple precautions it can still be quite cost efficient.

Whatever you do, make sure you have a decent firewall as TrueLove can be vulnerable to "Denial of Service" attacks. I suggest you install nookie 3.7 to see you through those dark times.

HTH

TimberWolf
3rd July 2008, 15:36
Please describe the nature of true love.

Points awarded for creativity, spelling and deepness.

It's the opposite of false love and true hate, and a bit different from false hate. Underground.

ThomasSoerensen
3rd July 2008, 15:52
chemicals in your brain that make you slightly delusional

Charles Foster Kane
3rd July 2008, 15:54
chemicals in your brain that make you slightly delusional

I've told you before, lay off the smack Tom. Just say no.

TimberWolf
3rd July 2008, 15:59
Please describe the nature of true love.

Points awarded for creativity, spelling and deepness.

It's a subrountine in your programming that kicks in after the childhood procedure and before exit program has run. It's natures way of making you do it and think you're enjoying it.

HairyArsedBloke
3rd July 2008, 16:03
Yes, I can do it. I've got 15 years experience ....

Sounds like CUK pet Indian software engineer :laugh

ThomasSoerensen
3rd July 2008, 16:10
I've told you before, lay off the smack Tom. Just say no.

Me no Tom - me TomTom

Ruprect
3rd July 2008, 16:44
Please describe the nature of true love.

Points awarded for creativity, spelling and deepness.

Being prepared to check your partner's @rsehole for worms :wink

ThomasSoerensen
3rd July 2008, 16:50
when you look forward to shaving your wife's back :happy

TimberWolf
3rd July 2008, 16:54
Please describe the nature of true love.

When you can ignore the discovery on your wedding night that she has a willy and is called Gary.

NotAllThere
3rd July 2008, 18:03
Please describe the nature of true love.

Points awarded for creativity, spelling and deepness.

It's a kind of mauvy-green, with prickly hairs, at about 57°C. Eats anchovies.

tay
3rd July 2008, 20:19
She agrees that rucking should be allowed in Rugby.