"SF approved"

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  1. RSS

    RSS Senior member

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    I always assumed that the term 'SF Approved' has a slightly to heavily negative connotation.

    Although when it comes to brightly checked trousers ... 'Spoo Approved' has meaning.
     
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  2. Douglas

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    This thread would be much better with more natural shoulders.
     


  3. GBR

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    Agree entirely, but some who lack confidence need it as a prop to avoid taking their own decisions. Sad really for grown men.
     


  4. SirGrotius

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    That's heavy.

    It's so overused as to be ironic, so that's always fun.
     


  5. bourbonbasted

    bourbonbasted Cyber Eliitist

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    I generally call him by his Christian name: "B." It's the middle ground between the existential struggle of Vox and F. Corbera.
     
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  6. GBR

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    Harsh but so many are serious NOT ironic. As one poster suggests, Americans do not do ironic.
     


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    As a volcano worshipper, I didn't think Vox had a Christian name. :confused:
     


  8. bourbonbasted

    bourbonbasted Cyber Eliitist

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    I always assumed he prayed to the Based gods. There's also a joke in there somewhere about Steezeus Christ, but I've already started drinking and lack the motivation.
     


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  10. Trompe le Monde

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    The greatest trick F. Corbera ever pulled was convincing SF he is vox
     


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    He's supposed to be Turkish. Some say his father was German. Nobody believed he was real. Nobody ever saw him or knew anybody that ever worked directly for him, but to hear mafoofan tell it, anybody could have worked for vox. You never knew. That was his power.
     
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  12. F. Corbera

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    Holy Crap all these years and I thought he was .......oh shit I forgot...
     
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    Kind of like James Bond, but without a face or a past?
     


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    Maybe many people with one name....
     


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