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wolram

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Oh my, we have been NAUGHTY, from now on we
have to be good, no senseless chit chat. o:)
 
You're right. So what are we doing here then? :rolleyes:
 

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wolram said:
Oh my, we have been NAUGHTY, from now on we
have to be good, no senseless chit chat. o:)
What? From now, only senseless gossips?

:)

Zz.
 
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Nice weather we've been having lately, isn't it?
 

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ZapperZ said:
What? From now, only senseless gossips?

:)

Zz.
You of all people should know, tittle tattle is worthless :biggrin: but enjoyable,
maybe you can forgive a holiday from the factual world.
 

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so, woloram, how are you?


yes matthyyaaooouuuuuu, nice weather
 

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yomamma said:
so, woloram, how are you?


yes matthyyaaooouuuuuu, nice weather
I am very well thankyou, The weather in warwickshire is rather temperate,
we have just endured a thunderstorm, but as you know old boy, us britts
are used to such inconveniences, as the storm has passed, we will be takeing
tea on the lawn, care for a tiffin?
 

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You only just got the storm???

That was about 8 hours ago here :surprised
 

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*Kia* said:
You only just got the storm???

That was about 8 hours ago here :surprised
When using the word, "just", one must be careful," just", could span a
millisecond or a millennium.
:biggrin:
 

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I'm loving these thunderstorms at the moment. Can't be doing with all that hot hot heat.

Where's Kia, if not at home with daddy wolram?
 

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brewnog said:
I'm loving these thunderstorms at the moment. Can't be doing with all that hot hot heat.

Where's Kia, if not at home with daddy wolram?
Well, if you follow the river itch ,to where it bends 90 degrees, cross the
jaggy plank,then follow the footpath for three miles, then follow the river
leam for 4 miles in a southerly direction, you will se Kias place.
 

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wolram said:
Well, if you follow the river itch ,to where it bends 90 degrees, cross the
jaggy plank,then follow the footpath for three miles, then follow the river
leam for 4 miles in a southerly direction, you will se Kias place.

Why do I bother?! :biggrin:
 

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brewnog said:
Why do I bother?! :biggrin:
Maybe because you are a good old boy at heart
 

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wolram said:
You of all people should know, tittle tattle is worthless :biggrin: but enjoyable,
maybe you can forgive a holiday from the factual world.
Really... Considering all the superficialness that I've indulged myself with my Disney addictions (obsession?), I'd say that I've taken an almost permanent vacation from the "factual world". But don't tell my boss that! :)

Zz.
 

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ZapperZ said:
Really... Considering all the superficialness that I've indulged myself with my Disney addictions (obsession?), I'd say that I've taken an almost permanent vacation from the "factual world". But don't tell my boss that! :)

Zz.
Uh oh, have we sucked Zz into the nether world of hapiness and bliss that is GD?

No Zz, you still have too much knowledge to offer the world. But you are now one of us, so your Disney addiction offers us a world of delight. :approve: :smile:
 

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wolram said:
Well, if you follow the river itch ,to where it bends 90 degrees, cross the
jaggy plank,then follow the footpath for three miles, then follow the river
leam for 4 miles in a southerly direction, you will se Kias place.
Are you sure you're not in Wales? Anyway...

Mind if I drop in for a spot of tea? I'll remember to wear my white gloves with buttons. :biggrin:
 

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I'm loving these thunderstorms at the moment. Can't be doing with all that hot hot heat.
Wot? Mercury has climbed into the 20s has it? :smile: Dastardly inconsiderate of it, wouldn't you say old boy? We certainly didn't tolerate any of *that* sort of nonsense when I was a young lass!
 

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Nereid said:
Wot? Mercury has climbed into the 20s has it? :smile: Dastardly inconsiderate of it, wouldn't you say old boy? We certainly didn't tolerate any of *that* sort of nonsense when I was a young lass!
20's is hot? Geez, I've been outside working half the day (the hot half of course :rolleyes: ) and I'm sitting here as the sun is near to setting looking at the thermometer that's reading 30 (yes, that's C)...that looks to be about 84 F, and it's just cool enough to relax out on the deck comfortably. Of course I might have preferred if this was the temperature in the midday sun rather than at sunset. Oops, gotta go let a lightning bug back out, it seems to have wound up on the wrong side of the screen.
 

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Moonbear said:
20's is hot? Geez, I've been outside working half the day (the hot half of course :rolleyes: ) and I'm sitting here as the sun is near to setting looking at the thermometer that's reading 30 (yes, that's C)...that looks to be about 84 F, and it's just cool enough to relax out on the deck comfortably. Of course I might have preferred if this was the temperature in the midday sun rather than at sunset. Oops, gotta go let a lightning bug back out, it seems to have wound up on the wrong side of the screen.
But my dear Moonbeam, our fellow PFers are in *England*, remember? Warwickshire, and delightfully pleasant other shires! It's the place where the horses sweat, the men perspire, and the women glow. And the reason the do that is because 'hot', in BBC English, means 'above 20' :wink:

So when brewnog says 'hot hot heat', he probably means ~22 C :eek:
 

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Nereid said:
But my dear Moonbeam, our fellow PFers are in *England*, remember? Warwickshire, and delightfully pleasant other shires! It's the place where the horses sweat, the men perspire, and the women glow. And the reason the do that is because 'hot', in BBC English, means 'above 20' :wink:

So when brewnog says 'hot hot heat', he probably means ~22 C :eek:
:rofl: I'll have to remember it's called "glowing." Us crass Americans just sweat. :tongue2:
 

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