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09/08/2006 at 14:31
Asked her, but I don't think it's her sort of thing. We'll probably end up going with Joni if he's available. He's done it before, and despite not training, is one of the most natural athletes I know. And he's got a good line in malts, which does me fine.
:o)
09/08/2006 at 15:34
Ahhh. In a few short hours I shall be bogging off on Holiday. Yes, I know it's not really a holiday as I don't work, but a nice long drive and some cycling. Good enough for me.
09/08/2006 at 17:10
What is it about RW forumers they get much funnier when I am tucked up in bed
09/08/2006 at 19:22
my granny came from burnley
AndrewSmith    pirate
09/08/2006 at 20:00
I am sure there is an hilarious answer to that but it is beyond me.
09/08/2006 at 20:08
we are probably related then

any of your lot emmigrate to south africa?

AndrewSmith    pirate
09/08/2006 at 20:08
no but they were forcebly deported to oz
09/08/2006 at 21:02
Is it a full moon yet?
09/08/2006 at 21:15
no idea haile
she moved to SA when she was a child

:-)

09/08/2006 at 21:15
her sirname was shaw

please don't drop your trousers
AndrewSmith    pirate
09/08/2006 at 21:28
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'U'
AndrewSmith    pirate
09/08/2006 at 21:29
I love the early nights, sitting by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate reading a good book....
09/08/2006 at 21:35
what did i spell wrong?

i can read too
shall we start a club?
we could have a uniform

09/08/2006 at 21:38
am none the wiser
it looks ok to me

i will know when you tell me how it should be spelt

it is a word i avoid as i can't remember how to spell it
"technique" being another (gosh looks right)

09/08/2006 at 21:38
surname
09/08/2006 at 21:41
"Didn't know you could read, that's a turn up."

originaly read this as "turn on"

:-)

09/08/2006 at 21:42
i think it's cos "sir" goes with "name". i thought the origin of the word was to do with someone being a "sir"


but obviously not

:-)

09/08/2006 at 21:43
i only said i could read





<flounces off to read A.S.Byatt>

09/08/2006 at 21:44
If I wanted THAT sort of full moon I could drop my own trousers Haile
AndrewSmith    pirate
09/08/2006 at 21:45
I think it is more to do with the french 'sur' than sir.

I am having trouble motivating myself to go out for a 10 mile cross country run in the dark. I might just stay in and finish 'feet in the clouds'
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