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1) Your name
2) Your age
3) On of your friends
4) What you should be doing
5) Favourite colour
1) Your name - Deborah
Hebrew spelling. Also means The Bee and to speak eloquently Deborah's are usually sophisticated, witty, intelligent with a great sense of humour. Other women are usually jealous of Deborah's and men want her.
Woah... I met this fantastic woman in this classy art gallery on the weekend her name must be 'Deborah'
2) Your age - 48
A 48, or forty-eight is a type of freight train car that usually holds the same containers you would see an 18 wheeler pulling?minus the wheels of course. The forty eight looks like a gondola and sometimes has the numbers 48 painted on the side of the car. Besides railroad workers?train hoppers and graffiti artists are probably the only people that would know or care what a "48" was.
"That freight was carrying nothing but 48s with containers stacked double high."
"He tagged up that empty 48"
"I only ride 48s"
3) On of your friends - Toni
Actually I looked up her full name - Antoinette
A person of impeccable taste, sophisticated yet not pretentious. Appreciates the finer things in like like art, theatre and giving people wet willies. Most likely the person you wish you were, but are to lazy to be. A lady with enough charisma and motivation to get things done that an army of simple men cannot manage to do.
Microwave dinners again? I wish I had more energy to cook something. Where's Antoinette
4) What you should be doing - Ironing
Deliberate substitution for irony. Stems from a quote by Bart Simpson in the episode "Grift of the Magi". Rarely appears outside the phrase he uttered: "the ironing is delicious".
Bart: Lisa's in trouble. Ha! The ironing is delicious.
Lisa: The word is "irony".
5) Favourite colour - Green
Yes... it is most definitely referring to the marijuana... and also, upon occassion, any substance with similar uses. too, properly, of course, it is a golfing term, but that;s really not very much fun, now is it?
'yo, where da green at?'
6) Birthplace - Upminster, Essex
The London Borough of Havering. Used to be Essex until London was expanded in the 60's. Contains the towns Romford, Rainham, Hornchurch and Upminster. Still has the Essex 'RM' postcode and the towns within Havering are still classed as Essex by most people although it is served by London transport and London Met Police and is classed as Greater London. Most famous for containing the chav town of Romford. Neighbours with the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham (West) and London Borough of Bexley (South). Essex surrounds it to the east. Right at the end of the London Underground District line at Upminster, Upminster Bridge, Hornchurch and Elm Park, stations which most people don't use because it takes years to get into the city centre that way. Nothing really special here, its just confusing as to where it officially is located due to it being both Essex and London :P.
London Borough of Havering, the first London Borough to the East but properly known to people as being in the county of Essex.