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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    you entered into the dungeon pay as much as you want it to hurt

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    I wonder if that's an inverse rule? Low cost = high pain, high cost = make it stop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    I wonder if that's an inverse rule? Low cost = high pain, high cost = make it stop?
    might be, I was wondering, pain can be physical, financial, psychological and others

    if you enter the dungeon, you are implicitly entering into a transaction and contract where the product or service being delivered and procured is pain

    how that pain is delivered and manifested is beyond your control once you have entered the dungeon

    so if the dungeon master slaps you with something financially painful, well you asked for it, that's why you're there in the dungeon

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    might be, I was wondering, pain can be physical, financial, psychological and others

    if you enter the dungeon, you are implicitly entering into a transaction and contract where the product or service being delivered and procured is pain

    how that pain is delivered and manifested is beyond your control once you have entered the dungeon

    so if the dungeon master slaps you with something financially painful, well you asked for it, that's why you're there in the dungeon

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    Brillo's safe phrase is 'I do'. You'd think he could remember that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    Brillo's safe phrase is 'I do'. You'd think he could remember that.

    what is the "safe phrase" for Article 50 ?

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    "no deal"

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    what is the "safe phrase" for Article 50 ?

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    'Nanny is here'
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    Quote Originally Posted by NigelJK View Post
    "no deal"

    precisely and ouch that's the most painful option isn't it, no deal will actually be more expensive than the leaving bill

    but that's why we're in the dungeon isn't it, we came here for pain and now we're getting what we wanted

    Brillo,

    great analogy


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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    'Nanny is here'
    that'll be Rees-Mogg's safe phrase

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    Quote Originally Posted by milanbenes View Post
    that'll be Rees-Mogg's safe phrase

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