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Email Overflow...

Each week I end up with tonnes of email that can't be squeezed on to the main page. Kind of a shame because there is so much cool stuff. So rather than bin it all, eventually it all builds up and ends up on this page.

Before we get on with it, if you would like to contribute to Reader Mail and have your stuff viewed by millions, maybe billions or possibly trillions of Orsm surfers then we are always more than happy to receive absolutely anything you want to send! Funny videos, naked pics of your ex or current girlfriend, jokes or practically whatever else you can staple to an email are all welcome... all you must do is click here and get it happening.

Once again - SORRY to everyone who contributed but didn't make the main page! I really wish I could squeeze it all in but there are far more submissions than I have space for. Please keep trying though!

Now in absolutely no order of importance or relevance here is the Overflow...

<with held> wrote:
Subject: Hey
Been checking out the site for years hope ya find a spot for this. Yes she was fun as she seems. Please keep me private.
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Andrew Byrne wrote:
Subject: hey big fella.
the 2 'walkplaque' photo's were taken while on was on a walking track at Queenstown, NZ during November of 2005. First caught my eye seeing the tree cut down then i read the plaque. Classic. cheers mate. take it easy.
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Munut wrote:
Subject: Hilux
Hey Orsm, Going through a box of old photo’s the other day and came across this one of my old Hilux which I sold a couple of months ago. It was a 87 2.4L Diesel 2 wheel drive. I thought it did a pretty good burnout for a 4 cylinder oil burner. Keep up the good work your site rocks.
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Hussey wrote:
Subject: Taliors dummies
Hi Mr ORSM, Firstly Love your site! keep up the good work. Secondly the main reason for this e-mail, i was randomly shopping in my local department store, John Lewis when i couldn't help but laugh at the attached picture, It looks like a dummy is humping a dummy cat. Hope it can be a contribution to RS or just to make you laugh!
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<with held> wrote:
Subject: Cheer leader creamed
Pretty normal occurrence for cheerleaders, No?
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Henry wrote:
Subject: photo for submission
Hi There, We have heard of fines in the amount of $107, $117, and other odd figures. But this is quite absurd for me when the train company in Barcelona announces fine that has 'cents' in it!
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Shane wrote:
Subject: Tragedy Avoided
From the Sioux City area, all joined in a team effort to rescue a young girl stuck in steel fence. It took several hours to extract her from her predicament. Fire Chief Stiffie said: "This was a pretty tough rescue, it took us quite a while to come up with a plan to safely extract her from the fence." Although the girl's entrapment was never life threatening it did take careful planning and gentle handling to safely remove her. She was taken to an area hospital where she was examined and released. Poor thing, this picture just about broke my heart! I just want to reach out and touch her...
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<with held> wrote:
Subject: Solve the Mystery
Orsm, Please help solve this puzzle. My wife is a keen gardener and was looking up a shrub in the big plant encyclopedia she has. Suddenly, she gave a guffaw and went “Oooooh!” in a suggestive way. I asked her what it was and she said, “Nothing!”. So I went over to have a look. There was a plant there called the Butterfly Pea or, to give it its latin name, CLITORIA TERNATEA. (The plants were listed alphabetically under latin names). No pictures in the book, so I went searching on the net. Found the attached photos. I can’t imagine why they called it that, can you? Seriously, who would have thought that botanists had a sense of humour. I think this deserves a wider audience, and I can see the plant becoming very popular. Then again, girls are often named after flowers, aren’t they? Rose, Violet, Petunia, Heather, etc. Clitoria has a certain ring to it....
Wayne wrote:
Subject: Bathurst
Fords what have won Bathurst this year ... but it still remains 25 wins to Holden and 15 wins to ford
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<with held> wrote:
Subject: Floods in England
I thought these pictures of the recent floods on the English East Coast would be worth posting on ORSM. Hide my details CHEERS!
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Michael wrote:
Subject: sex scrabble
Here is a recent game of scrabble I had on Facebook but I wasn't allowed to put these words down together. It's a shame really...
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Paul wrote:
Subject: Redneck stuff
Red neck padlock...................for your next Redneck series
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Stuart wrote:
Subject: Condom War
Prior to a Brasil v Argentina game, An Argentinean condom company posted up this advert. Scroll down. The Brasil response after a 3-1 win.
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Terry wrote:
Subject: Unbelievable,
Unbelievable, can't imagine how long it took to line all of these men up just right to get such a picture!!!!!!!!!!! During the WW I years, Arthur S. Mole and John D. Thomas made some incredible human pictures by using thousands of sailors or soldiers in uniform to create images.
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CJ wrote:
Subject: Summer holidays...
G'day Orsm, Well, another England sporting disaster, this time it is football. Anyway, here is a photo to show that some of us poms can take a joke at our own expense. Cheers.
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7caves wrote:
Subject: For RS...
Greetings from U.S. Have been a faithful follower for several years... thought maybe you and your audience may get a kick out of this... mildly amusing for yer RS section. See attached. A bit dated..but WTF!! Who doesn't love what's left of Roy? LOL!
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ben and mel wrote:
Subject: Fastest Limo Available
This is, believe it or not, the world's first-ever Ferrari stretch limo: a 23-foot 360 Modena with eight seats and the biggest electric gullwing doors we've ever seen. It's the handiwork of Style Limousines in Manchester , which spent more than £200,000 modifying the rear-engined 360. All eight of the seats are carbon-fibre buckets with five-point race harnesses - which might sound excessive until you discover that the 3.6-litre V8 remains, its 395bhp propelling the mega-Ferrari to 60mph in under six seconds. Could prove a challenge not to spill your cheap champagne. Those gullwing doors are nine-foot long and were designed by one of the teams responsible for the Mercedes SLR McLaren.
mark wrote:
Subject: Bobs Nuts
The vet has got them now :)
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<with held> wrote:
Subject: South Australian Sign
Hey ORSM. I just had 2 weeks holiday in SA and while going though my photos I had to laugh at this one. Check out the sign below the verandah "Colon Corn", Not sure how they harvest it... Had a great time there, I was surprised how nice the place is, except they barely have any street signs. Please hide my details, Thanks.
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Chris wrote:
Subject: God bless white trash
When I'm bored I look randomly through other people's myspace pages. I found this this one. Look at the second to last picture on the page and the comment that goes with it. Made me giggle like a pedophile in a day care.
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Sebastian wrote:
Subject: Remember to duck
Hiya Orsm ... I was going through your archives when I came across your 2003 April Issue The "Remember To Duck" story ... After I finished downloading, I was amazed at Firefox's ingenious support ... I was tempted to tell it that it was about four years to late. LOL
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Henry wrote:
Subject: everyday situation
Hi, Here's a blur snapshot of the traffic intersection in front of my workplace. It all started with..... never mind. It is an everyday situation.
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V wrote:
Subject: Bee Sting @ the golf course
A young woman had been taking golf lessons. She had just started playing her first round of golf when she suffered a bee sting. Her pain was so intense that she decided to return to the clubhouse for help and to complain. Her golf pro saw her come into the clubhouse and asked, "Why are you back in so early? What's wrong?" "I was stung by a bee", she said. "Where", he asked. "Between the first and second hole", she replied. He nodded knowingly and said, "Then your stance is too wide."
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<with held> wrote:
Subject: plenty of feral
collingwood supporter. pls no details but I love all the ferals on plenty of fish
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Johnee wrote:
Subject: Exotic Erotic
Heres some pics from the 2007 KDWBs Exotic Erotic Ball.
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cunnox wrote:
Subject: phillip island
just a few pics from the 2007 moto gp campsite,by the way the foots better got all the stitches out on thursday.
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Sami wrote:
Subject: Welcome to Independent Africa
Welcome to Independent Africa! The first two pictures were taken of Beira, Mozambique in 1975 and the other two pictures taken in 2007. Thirty two years of freedom in Africa.
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Pat wrote:
Subject: Some more fun stuff for your site?
Attached are some pictures of a little situation I got myself into last January. Your "Having a Bad Day" series made me think you might like them. I was loading the excavator on to the trailer one winter morning, when it slipped and fell off. I was in the tractor when it happened and ended up landing the thing right on top of my little pick-up truck that was parked next to big rig. I've had better days! Funny thing is the tractor was still running, (I had to shut it off with the key) and the truck still ran and drove, and the door still opened and shut! There just wasn't much head room.
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Mark wrote:
Subject: More Shooting photos.
Dude, Promised to send more photo's of our boys weekends way back in August. Not as good as the first lot. Half the weak pricks couldn't get a leave pass from their missus. Those who did attend had a bloody good weekend though. Where else but Australia can we shoot our own "Coat of Arms". Once again, thanks for making Fridays interesting. Kind Regards
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Jason wrote:
Subject: storm damage
ey brutha.. some more contributions... my bro's gf's house.. in the storm on sunday.. it is her kitchen skylight.. haha. also is an attached piccy i snapped of the sky 2-3 weeks ago.. it had a maad pattern so took sisters camera out and snagged a few shots.. check it
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<with held> wrote:
Subject: Huge hailstones
G’day, Thought I’d send some pics of the fucking huge hailstones that came down on sunday. Not as interesting as the usual smut you get sent but pretty cool none the less. they even declared the storm a natural disaster
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Al wrote:
Subject: Bay Watch (Peruvian style)
Helloooooooo ORSM, This is a "Miss Huanchaco, PERU" contest 2006. Not Bay Watch. I was thinking of inserting Mr. Hasslehoff in the pics, but thought why ruin such nice pics. Keep up the good work. I always anticipate Thursday mornings, always good updates. You rock.
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Jane wrote:
Subject: Eggs, Eggs........
Amazing and incredible!!!! If you think setting up dominoes takes talent, take a look at this... ONE SNEEZE AND IT'S 'SCRAMBLED EGGS'. This is the image of a $50 bill in Chinese currency.
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