Giving it up for Lent.... NO MORE ARRSE

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  1. Goatman

    Goatman LE Book Reviewer

    As the few sober citizens on here will know, following Pancake day is Ash Wednesday.

    I'm giving up on Arrse for Lent - and crisps - as my way of atoning for the manifold sins of this and previous lives.

    So, I'm unlikely to be on here to learn whether the Salisbury Crawl has actually fixed a date and location ?

    Take a deep breath you miserable SINNERS - what sinful carnal pleasure are you going to forego on the off chance you can cuff it past St Peter come the Day of Reckoning ? :)

    Lent finishes with Easter....can you last out ?
     
  2. Are you some kind of Papist?

    Off with you then.
     
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  3. Don't let the door hit you too hard on the way out
     
  4. Auld-Yin

    Auld-Yin LE Reviewer Book Reviewer Reviews Editor

    I'm giving up Lent for Lent!
     
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  5. has he gone?
    will he be missed?
    do we care?
     
  6. Sorry - I live in an "invisible sky pixie"*free zone and I don't have to follow any daft rules like "giving things up for Jesus"...

    *insert deity, invisible friend, stupid belief system of your choice

    Rodney2q
     
  7. Lent?

    Is that like Ramadan?
     
  8. I Lent a bloke £20 once, never saw him again, best £20 ever.
     
  9. The FSM will be dissapointed, may your appendages turn to noodles and your eyeballs into meat balls
     
  10. Fixed that for you
     
  11. Yep, but for much longerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!
     
  12. Lent is shorter than Ramadan
     
  13. I'm giving up swearing for Lent. I mean how hard can that be FFS.
     
  14. HHH

    HHH LE

    If only the Romans had given up Crucifixion for lent.
     
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  15. Don't believe so. 40 days. Lent is a middle English word meaning " springtime" or "growth". It's a period for self-reflection and many add a discipline of abstaining from alcohol or foodstuffs for the duration.