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Viz Comic 19h
From the last time there was a whale in the Thames.
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Hair Loss Available here >>>
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The Sauce - Free Shipping to the UK Mainland Available here >>>
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Replying to @ianmhowarth
It's okay. They've probably got it off their records. They haven't said they haven't got it, at least. Not yet anyway. Cheers
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Viz Comic Sep 21
Replying to @ianmhowarth
Hi Ian. There's no sign of your email in the Profanisaurus@viz.co.uk inbox yet, but subs are sorting you out a new mug anyway. They've probably already got your address. Cheers
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Craig Sep 20
It's not big, and it's not clever. Paradoxically, it's also very big and very clever.
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Viz Comic Sep 20
From Viz 152, 12-and-a-half-years ago.
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Matt Black Sep 20
Ta postie... The weekends reading sorted. A scholarly tome from and some light-hearted fluff from
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We were, but we feel bad about it now.
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Viz Comic Sep 20
From Viz 143, which was 13-and-a-half years ago.
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Viz Comic Sep 20
Sorry about that, only we're a bit busy producing ten magazines and two books a year, which are available in the shops for money.
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Simon Mayo's Books Of The Year Sep 20
HQ: Some picks from this week's pod by : Trump's Whitehouse. Ted Chiang's Short Stories. 's Mad Blood Stirring. The Annual. The Ninth Configuration- WP Blatty. Midwitch Cuckoos -John Wyndham. Hammer of the Gods - Stephen Davis
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