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Old 9th Oct 2003, 23:44
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Pygmalion, SG


One subscribed to Mr Rugz's hangman thread for a while, but in all honesty, twas like taking milk from babies.

The Movie was My Fair Lady
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Old 9th Oct 2003, 23:53
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Damned and blast...I knew it could'nt have been The Lion King, back to the text books to brush up on my theatrical knowledge
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 00:09
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Well done, Mr Draper: you sweep all before you.
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 00:25
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Thought I saw him round our way with flat cap, orange donkey jacket, broom in hand, and pushbin in front

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Old 10th Oct 2003, 03:33
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Singaporegirl,

try this one

'spindle-tree'

may need some lateral thinking and it's not an anagram!

btw, its chucking it down at the moment and blowing a hoolie, looks like summer is over, Canada Geese can bugga off without having to buy a ticket. em!
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 06:22
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You having problems with your crossword again, redand white? How many letters?

Stap me vitals, just remembered it's National Poetry Day.

The spindle tree
Or burning bush
Is laxative -
No need to push.

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Old 10th Oct 2003, 07:10
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Tiz the normal protocol to give a hint [email protected], book, movie, poem? ect.


Anybody else having probs with PPRuNe tonight? tiz painfully slow, taking ages to download pages, tiz like being back ont original freeserve.
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 10:26
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If you retire with canines, you are prone to commence the next day alongside wingless blood-sucking insects of the order Siphonaptera.
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 13:26
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Smile

I've just printed all 155 pages of this thread for bedtime reading and I used the bosses colour printer.
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 16:06
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Here in GB today is the first working day for three weeks that there is not a political party conference going on.

How are we going to fill our day without being totally diverted by the spontaneous and unplanned twists and turns of the subtle nuances of Tone and Gord or IDS versus everyone else?
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 16:09
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This is my very first post...
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 16:11
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Lord of the Rings is Dead, Harry Potter is dead, long live feckin Nemo.
If the BBC charged for promoting these bloody books, movies, plays,shows, gigs, ect we wouldn't have to pay a poxy licence fee.


One is a tad grumpy this morning.
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 16:25
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One had a fantastic night last night...and one is full of the joys of spring...nothing could annoy me today..my brakes are knackered..I'm knackered but it's a great beautiful day..!
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 17:19
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Really topcat? Nothing at all can ruin your day?

I'm sure there are people here that can give that a jolly go go
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 17:20
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slight change of weather, looking very miserable out there now.. and road works are commencing in front of my door

Me thinks it's going to be a long and boring day today...

Say Topcat, what's the secret to feeling soooo good on a miserable day like today..
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 17:27
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ha ha....people could try RUGZ , they'd fail but they'd try.

I'm just v v happy, had a great night and well..dunno what else to say.

Its just, you know when times have been a tad rough, and something happens that makes you forget about everything else for a few hours...your mind is TOTALLY focused on something (or someone) else and it's great and you forget about EVERYTHING and EVERYONE else for a few hours....well..grrrrr I'm just in a good mood.
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 18:08
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Top Cat welcome to Hell.
God is dead. Hope is dead, Love is a fleeting surcease of pain,
that the demons may make your torment more acute when that too is dead.
Everything you are and know is or will be dust. Nothing you achieve will last beyond a
mere flicker in the conscience of a nation. There is no happy ending and all of your
endeavours are ultimately futile.

Might as well enjoy yourself eh?
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 18:11
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Baa humbug, I'm having a rubbish day

Suppose it's nice to know that someone's happy.
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 18:34
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Hey Miss Desk....its SOOOO nice to have a woman join us. (again!)

Tell you what, come on up' town at lunch & I'll buy you a drink. It's THAT good a day I'm willing to buy a round. C'mon...Im cute...funny..and as I won't stop smiling today - you won't be able to resist smiling toooo!!!!
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Old 10th Oct 2003, 18:49
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Thumbs up

Tis early in the morning here, but I is very very happy too. Mrs O does so like those early morning bedroom workouts. And how is everyone else today

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