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    can we have a new smiley?

    I think it would be very fitting for a LOT of threads on this board:





    just a thought
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    every noob question post would be loaded with that one!

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    Exactly!

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    Whats that? "Beating a dead horse" smiley? For europeans - does it have any specific meaning? Ive herad that sentence several time but never got the point

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    Actually the term is flogging a dead horse.

    bascially it means to persist in trying to do something when it is not gonna work/broken/crap etc etc

    ie if the horse is dead then there is no point in flogging it to try and get it to move

    which in mp3car terms is like a n00b trying to use a composite 7" screen or trying to get a )4 3.0ghz to run on an M1-TX or someone tyring to find a decent FM radio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Monkey
    Actually the term is flogging a dead horse.

    bascially it means to persist in trying to do something when it is not gonna work/broken/crap etc etc

    ie if the horse is dead then there is no point in flogging it to try and get it to move.
    Otherwise know as 'expecting Scouse to fit his carpc'

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    or Terran trying to be funny

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    Terran

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