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    which episode was justin hawkins in

    hello guys n gals, im sorry, but im new here, and i cant seem to find the episode that justin hawkins (from the band the darkness) was in. in fact, im not entirely sure if he was in one, but his name was on the celebrity time lap thingy ( i dont know what its called, ive recently found this show).

    does anyone know which episode it was? ive done a search and read through the "specific discussion" on certain episodes....


    cheers

    and btw, this is a great site 8)

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    Did you check the sticky in the top of this section, thought not

    http://espnsti.in2hosting.org/Top_Gear_Episodes.xls
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    well exsqueeeze me for being new

    but thankyou anyway! 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmeguys
    well exsqueeeze me for being new
    You might want to watch that attitude.

    You need to understand that we got a lot of new members posting questions like this and opening new threads just like this one, when the episode guides answer all their questions - it gets very frustrating.

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    Come on lay off him. I'm new here and it is quite confusing all the different guides available.
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    im sorry, i did not mean to be rude!

    it was meant to be a a funny kind of thing, ya know? hence the on the end

    and fbc, i notice you are from melbourne, i am from darwin in the northern territory 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmeguys
    im sorry, i did not mean to be rude!

    it was meant to be a a funny kind of thing, ya know? hence the on the end

    and fbc, i notice you are from melbourne, i am from darwin in the northern territory 8)
    Apologies - I've misread your use of that emoticon

    Woot - another Aussie .

    Quote Originally Posted by peter3hg2
    Come on lay off him. I'm new here and it is quite confusing all the different guides available.
    Hmmm can't really agree - I find them to be an excellent resource - having several means the chances of a segment being missed from all of them is pretty darn small.

    We've had a spate of new users not even making any effort to use the guides and just creating a new thread, so the regulars tend to be a bit edgy about these threads.

    Anyway, question's answered, so on with the mods.

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    I don't know why some people think the "rolleyes" smily is something like "funny", to me it means more like "you dumbass".
    Something to use as answer to a very stupid question, for example.

    Strange that some people seem to see it different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberMonkey
    I don't know why some people think the "rolleyes" smily is something like "funny", to me it means more like "you dumbass".
    Something to use as answer to a very stupid question, for example.

    Strange that some people seem to see it different?
    like yourself

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    Nice way to introduce youself. Looks like we got a great new member over here

    See? The smily isn't supposed to be funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmeguys
    Quote Originally Posted by CyberMonkey
    I don't know why some people think the "rolleyes" smily is something like "funny", to me it means more like "you dumbass".
    Something to use as answer to a very stupid question, for example.

    Strange that some people seem to see it different?
    like yourself
    I think you'll find most people interpret the rollyeyes smiley in the same way as you would someone rolling their eyes at you - i.e. in a negative, sarcastic way, so I wouldn't advise using it to be funny, people will just take that as you being a smartarse and get pissed off.

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    Yeah, that's how I see it.
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    Anyway question answered eh

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