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the 100,000 shag slut!!!!!!!

#2
Her maths is wrong. maximum 15 clients x 365 days x 8 years = 43800, minimum (on her figures and assuming some days off, here and there) 20000.

See, she's not such a slag after all.
 
#6
putteesinmyhands said:
Her maths is wrong. maximum 15 clients x 365 days x 8 years = 43800, minimum (on her figures and assuming some days off, here and there) 20000.

See, she's not such a slag after all.
yeah, but for arguments sake;

lets say each of the blerks had the average six inches and gave it 100 strokes to completion, then

6 x 100 x 15 x 365 x 8 = 414.7 miles of nob.

Still a remarkable physical feat, wouldn't you say?
 
#7
Ever considered going on Countdown?

And this "average 6"" is just a tale put out by the PC Brigade to mollify the under-achievers. I haven't come across a bloke who says his nob is less than 12."

Come to think of it, there was one, and that may have brought the average down quite a bit.
 
#9
putteesinmyhands said:
Her maths is wrong. maximum 15 clients x 365 days x 8 years = 43800, minimum (on her figures and assuming some days off, here and there) 20000.

See, she's not such a slag after all.
Plus all the other guys she mentioned.
 
#10
Swamp_Rat said:
putteesinmyhands said:
Her maths is wrong. maximum 15 clients x 365 days x 8 years = 43800, minimum (on her figures and assuming some days off, here and there) 20000.

See, she's not such a slag after all.
yeah, but for arguments sake;

lets say each of the blerks had the average six inches and gave it 100 strokes to completion, then

6 x 100 x 15 x 365 x 8 = 414.7 miles of nob.
Still a remarkable physical feat, wouldn't you say?
More than enough to make a handrail around Colchester!
 
#12
Swamp_Rat said:
putteesinmyhands said:
Her maths is wrong. maximum 15 clients x 365 days x 8 years = 43800, minimum (on her figures and assuming some days off, here and there) 20000.

See, she's not such a slag after all.
yeah, but for arguments sake;

lets say each of the blerks had the average six inches and gave it 100 strokes to completion, then

6 x 100 x 15 x 365 x 8 = 414.7 miles of nob.
She does look familiar, so I make that 414.7 and 10".
 
#13
Henry_Tombs said:
Swamp_Rat said:
putteesinmyhands said:
Her maths is wrong. maximum 15 clients x 365 days x 8 years = 43800, minimum (on her figures and assuming some days off, here and there) 20000.

See, she's not such a slag after all.
yeah, but for arguments sake;

lets say each of the blerks had the average six inches and gave it 100 strokes to completion, then

6 x 100 x 15 x 365 x 8 = 414.7 miles of nob.
She does look familiar, so I make that 414.7 and 10".
What? She do you twice?
 
#14
g2_loony_bin said:
Henry_Tombs said:
Swamp_Rat said:
putteesinmyhands said:
Her maths is wrong. maximum 15 clients x 365 days x 8 years = 43800, minimum (on her figures and assuming some days off, here and there) 20000.

See, she's not such a slag after all.
yeah, but for arguments sake;

lets say each of the blerks had the average six inches and gave it 100 strokes to completion, then

6 x 100 x 15 x 365 x 8 = 414.7 miles of nob.
She does look familiar, so I make that 414.7 and 10".
What? She do you twice?
:oops:
 
#16
Henry_Tombs said:
g2_loony_bin said:
Henry_Tombs said:
Swamp_Rat said:
putteesinmyhands said:
Her maths is wrong. maximum 15 clients x 365 days x 8 years = 43800, minimum (on her figures and assuming some days off, here and there) 20000.

See, she's not such a slag after all.
yeah, but for arguments sake;

lets say each of the blerks had the average six inches and gave it 100 strokes to completion, then

6 x 100 x 15 x 365 x 8 = 414.7 miles of nob.
She does look familiar, so I make that 414.7 and 10".
What? She do you twice?
:oops:
:biggrin:
 

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