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Correct answers: 14
The first user who solved this task is Sanja Šabović.
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Never say after sex

1.) "I was kidding about being sterile, you know."

2.) "Do you always fart like that when someone shoves it in?"

3.) "How come it's so BIG in there?"

4.) "You've done this with a lotta guys before...right?"

5.) "Next time I come over, don't bother with the underwear, OK?"

6.) (Sniff, sniff) "Is that CAT food?"

7.) (Yelling) "OK guys, it's a wrap, cut, and print it!!"

8.) "You are great in bed, but your sister gives better head!"

9.) "My first wife was prettier, but you can screw a lot better."

10.) "Do you know what a 'douche' is?"

11.) "Maybe if you did some pushups, your boobs would grow.

12.) "I want you to try some of MY deodorant."

13.) "I'm not into relationships. Can't we just screw, like every Tuesday night or something?"

14.) "Maybe if you lost some weight, I could get it all the way in!"

15.) "I never saw a girl with hairy tits before!"

16.) "I've been getting these little blisters lately......."

17.) "You wanna do those dishes before you leave?"

18.) "You should go wash that, the cabbie will think something DIED in there!"

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Pepys records Great Plague

In 1665, Samuel Pepys made his first diary reference to the Great Plague in London."Great fears of the sicknesses here in the City, it being said that two or three houses are already shut up. God preserve us all." The entries in his diary continue throughout the year, documenting the terrible conditions in the city as many thousands died, until Winter's freezing cold reduced the number of fleas that spread the disease. The symptoms of the plague begin like those of a bad cold. A high fever follows, with vomiting and painful black swellings, called buboes appearing in the groin and under the armpits. His diaries over the period Jan 1660 to May 1669. He also wrote about the Great Fire of London in 1666
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