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Old 22nd Dec 2005, 10:08
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Neat Mr Twotter.

Euston Road
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Old 22nd Dec 2005, 11:30
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Epping

(but there are at least two... )
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Old 22nd Dec 2005, 11:35
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Old 22nd Dec 2005, 14:36
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After deleriously selecting contenders for the next move, I contemplated an action of negative authority - without hesitation I resisted the charms of the soggy biscuit club, and rebuilt a tendency to assume a threshold, marginal, albeit self-sustaining. This also condensed a beggered belief into self sustenance, with the assumption of betwixt comprehension of course. Failing this complexion of attributes which could have only and I state, without bias, led me to the fine 17th century buildings of

ST JAMES PARK
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Old 22nd Dec 2005, 15:39
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Mr Rodent, do you have a sideline writing spam emails for purveyors of dubious watches, real estate deals and medical products? I'm sure I recognize your syntax.

Be that as it may, that was an interesting move - especially on a Thursday. I wonder if you have read Carstairs work on St James' Palace. I think you would find page 128 particularly interesting. His explanation of the reverse quadrant speed bump is particularly fascinating.

For my part, I'll go for a traditional yuletide patterwig move.

Notting Hill Gate

Mr Twotter, if you are still around this evening, you have an excellent opportunity for a reverse pantaloon on Ms Blue Diamond.
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Old 22nd Dec 2005, 18:50
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Reverse Pontaloon? bah humbug!

To take this game to a completely other direction...........

Hogsmeade

Say what you like, 'tis on the list!
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Old 22nd Dec 2005, 20:17
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Due to our Mr Twotters' seemingly almost being in a permanent state of creel,I was wondering whether he has considered writing a paper on his experiences and submitting it to the IMCA.

Im unable to pronounce dutch/afrikaans at present so cannot play bloomfontein,Swedish for me is not a problem though and utilising thye goran ericsson differential (with increased`hairline) I shall take us to..

Sodertalje
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Old 22nd Dec 2005, 21:04
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There can be only one reply!

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Old 22nd Dec 2005, 21:31
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Oh bugger!

here we go again,hold tight chaps...

Dollis hill
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Old 22nd Dec 2005, 22:25
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Isn't the spelling Södertälje, per chance ?
More worrying is that apparently there is no tunnelbana to Södertälje.
http://reseplanerare.sl.se/bin/help.exe/en?tpl=index

May I suggest the 1973 Söderström-Erikson variant : Bredäng
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Old 23rd Dec 2005, 00:20
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never, never, never, never !!

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Old 23rd Dec 2005, 06:57
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Dollis Hill

Not enough speed to get out of the loop yet.
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Old 23rd Dec 2005, 08:45
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I can see a tired looking chap on the platform here,he is in a sleeping bag and appears to be in a state of creel...Ahh!-hello Mr Twotter!

Dollis hill

Gentlemen,can we spare a thought this yuletide for all those poor souls who will not be at home with their families this christmas.Those who are in a state of creel or pantaloon-even half spoon for that matter.For many,christmas will be spent wandering the platform at Dollis hill and all because of their lack of adherance to the '34 protocol.Im hoping to set up a charity to aid these very por souls,complimentary London underground maps and a copy of Cribbit's notation are just a few of the ideas I have.remember the live aid lyrics in their original context this yuletide..''Do they know its christmas in Dollis Hill''.

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Old 23rd Dec 2005, 09:12
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Mmmmfffkrrxtgglllfffpg??

Mumble, grump......

Dollis Hill

Bugger!
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Old 23rd Dec 2005, 09:47
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Dollis Hill

If someone could shunt the lower quadrant and run a Featherstonehaugh diversion to Waterloo we might be able to get out of this one. Otherwise we may need to wait for the next luner eclipse.
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Old 23rd Dec 2005, 10:12
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Line velocity has now increased to a sufficient level that enables a breakout from loop.I offer a sympathetic wave of my hand to poor Mr Twotter as he beds down for christmas on the platform,contemplating his unfortunate state of creel,as one leaves the platform and makes good course to

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Old 23rd Dec 2005, 10:27
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Well done sailor!

Time for an old favourite:

Embankment
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Old 23rd Dec 2005, 10:29
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Ah, but one has utilised the residual escape velocity to employ the Farquharson Squidnugget Sidestep to avoid creel, as noted in the Manchester Addendum pertaining to the Bishopsgate Conference of 1935. Mrs Trellis has assured one of the validity of one's play and of the side effect it has of placing anyone unwise enough to venture anywhere near King's Cross in pantaloon.

Wimbledon
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Old 23rd Dec 2005, 10:38
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Nice try Mr Twotter but...no cigar!

The residual LV after my breakout was only sufficient to enable break-free for 2 players,namely myself and Mr G.The required LV for the sidestep you attempted is far greater than 23ng%.3 and thus still leaves you in a state of creel on that dreaded hill!

I propose it would be a good idea for you to author a paper on ones experiences of being in a state of creel on xmas day and submit it to the IMCC.Would make good reading and be a very good reminder to the rest of us what the perils of disregarding the '34 protocol can entail.

''There is a green hill far away,without a platform wall,
Where our dear Twotter was pantalooned-in creel to save us all''

Charing Cross

Btw,whats a 'charing'??
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Old 23rd Dec 2005, 10:41
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hmmmm Solid Rust, Solid Rust ! Whilst one admirers your defunct portion of adolesence which lingers in your hypothalamus, I must warn you of any further consesequential aspirations which will wain your delectable desires, such as eating icecream with a fork and smelling the outer-reaches of a bumblebee's armpit while attaining some kind of breached philosophy. May I also remind you that the playing of the " W " whilst tennis action is not occouring is an offence of the womble kind and must be eradicated in kind. I assume that your leading thought may take you in a Northerly direction, or ever to RICHMOND
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