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Topic # 199102 4-Aug-2016 17:08
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A nutribullet - what's wrong with this country?

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1604420 4-Aug-2016 17:18
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slow day ?





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  Reply # 1604421 4-Aug-2016 17:23
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Must be.

 

By the way - I get my asterisks for free.


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  Reply # 1604427 4-Aug-2016 17:34
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I wouldn't be surprised if Google generates these lines when there is no data

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  Reply # 1604492 4-Aug-2016 18:58
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Rotfl. Mine shows house, passport, university.

So, um, what have you been up to lately : p.

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  Reply # 1604543 4-Aug-2016 19:33
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  Reply # 1604556 4-Aug-2016 19:45
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I wonder if it is based on age. Mine comes up with marriage, divorce , house etc. But if I don't log in, it comes up with cigarettes, braces, abortion, university, which tend to be teenager searches. Google is creepy.


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  Reply # 1604560 4-Aug-2016 19:48
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Ah, but if I enter the exact words as the OP "How much does a * cost in New Zealand?" then the results are the same.

 





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  Reply # 1604561 4-Aug-2016 19:53
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wally22:



Still rockin WinXP I see?



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  Reply # 1604563 4-Aug-2016 20:02
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freitasm:

 

Ah, but if I enter the exact words as the OP "How much does a * cost in New Zealand?" then the results are the same.

 

 

 

 

 

My god - I'm so relieved to read this.




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  Reply # 1604594 4-Aug-2016 20:43
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I must be special... ;p

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1604610 4-Aug-2016 20:58
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I like how divorce is right after prostitute on the list hahaha..





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  Reply # 1604615 4-Aug-2016 21:05
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Nearly the same, but no prostitutes...

 


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