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  # 370547 21-Aug-2010 01:01
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NonprayingMantis If your actually right about that then that's a huge bonus for 2D funny too and another middle finget at the competition. Of course if your wrong then

Oh dear, how sad, never mind hehe.

Of course at a average of 142 approx texts a day for the 2 week competition period then that's possibly a rather annoying thing especially if it didn't result in you getting anything outta it.

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  # 370699 21-Aug-2010 15:20
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Or you could always txt me; 0226046082

 
 
 
 




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  # 370720 21-Aug-2010 16:43
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freitasm:
michaelmurfy: Ah it's all good, it's only a temporary number I am using :P


Cheating...


Not really, it is the one I am using at the moment :)




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  # 371070 22-Aug-2010 16:40
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michaelmurfy: Are you based in Christchurch? If so we can come to some sort of agreement :P 


Auckland :-( 



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# 371106 22-Aug-2010 17:48
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nickd:
michaelmurfy: Are you based in Christchurch? If so we can come to some sort of agreement :P 


Auckland :-( 


Oh I am sorry, if I was to bake you a Portal Cake it would become a piece of mash by the time I courier it up to you. 




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  # 372557 25-Aug-2010 11:36
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1gkar: Call me old school: I don't text. If I want to talk to someone, I'll talk to them.


Ditto

 
 
 
 


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# 372564 25-Aug-2010 11:45
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c71931f: So i could just send 5000 txt's to my current 022 number, from the xt non stop txt sim that i have & win that way..?
L o L


Well the way I read it, you could just send yourself 1000 txts and get $30 credit (or send 2000 and get the free phone). Guaranteed. You can try for the top prize but apart from having to send way too many texts, there's no guarantee you'll win... now - which handset can I get for no money which will send 1000's of texts with little or no manual intervention?




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