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30/01/2003 at 10:49
JJ: Info on "Thar she billows". 39 posts on US site as of yesterday, a significant number on New Year's Eve regarding runner's knee (her other two posts on these forums have also been on her knees, so to speak). I think if we'd been whinging about our knees she would have been happy. Don't think she was taking the p***, definite SOHF. I hope I haven't missed a new undies thread with all this research!

Anyone seen Redhead recently?
30/01/2003 at 10:56
Just seen Chimp's poem, finest prose on the forum!!!
30/01/2003 at 11:03
Morning David.
She obviously has a knee fetish, but then haven't we all?
Redhead's gone awol. Probably checking the new estate's boundaries so could be gone for days.
Best not to mention undies. There's been an unhealthy amount of interest recently in my CKs.
Is it you that's bu66ering up the FTSE100?
JJ
30/01/2003 at 11:28
Underwear always seems to get a lookin on a daily basis.
30/01/2003 at 11:33
WW
Who's looking in whose? No-one's looked I mine - that I know of.
JJ
30/01/2003 at 11:39
Morning, People

I've just been taking a trot around the US forum recommended by Bellow and found this!

Unreal......

<piglet scratches snout with crubeen, disbelievingly!>
30/01/2003 at 11:50
skip, skip, skip!!

Hey, when I got back to The Sty this morning I found a parcel, and when I opened it there was a wellington boot and a little dangly chain, labelled "toys for Wee Piglet". I've been having a great time with them :)

I hope I won't lose them, though, because if I do then there's apparently a risk that I might start fighting and nipping people!

Perhaps I should practise?

grr grr grr
grr grr grr

<piglet darts towards a tree in the corner and nips at a branch>

nip nip nip

:-) Squeal!
30/01/2003 at 12:01
Piglet - I've got no idea what you're on but please send me some.
30/01/2003 at 12:04
Piglet - did you get the cricket bat as well? Careful with the rubber on the handle...
30/01/2003 at 12:10
Glenn
What are you doing with the FTSE100? Go and buy something and push some prices up a bit.

Piglet.
Methinks the lady's short of a lot of things; including a sense of humour.
JJ
30/01/2003 at 12:11
Piglet - your find is so good I had to snip it out...here's Billow's post on the American RW site:

There is another Runners World website for the UK, which has its own Runners World magazine. The website is www.runnersworld.co.uk. I had fun reading it too, but it has been a while since I have tuned in because of what happened when a runner who is over 60 suggested that they start a section for runners over 60, or something like here where we have this section for Masters (there called Veterans). I thought this was a fine suggestion, but you should have read the replies! It was extremely depressing. I could not even finish reading the many, many pages. Many of the responses were from an ape. What I mean is that there most messages come with a photograph chosen to represent the one who sends it, and some have their own photo and some pick some other symbolic photograph. This one had an ape photograph, and was extremely derogatory about the idea of old geezers doing anything. Obviously he was quite young in age as well as mental development, but the worst thing was that the responses of the older ones were embarrassed and had an apologetic note, self-deprecating about sagging bodies or so on, very humiliating indeed. It was gross and I have not gone back there since. I wanted to write in there and tell the serious ones to come onto this website and take heart, but at that time I hadn't had the courage or knowhow to write into these things. It must have been about two weeks ago or during the first week in December or so. Reading it was very discouraging and even the idea of going back there gives me the creeps, but maybe I should.

<< Meerkat withdraws, hauling her sagging body and muttering 'Sorry, sorry' >>
30/01/2003 at 12:13
Oh dear. And I was nearly convinced that some Americans COULD get irony.
30/01/2003 at 12:13
Hello Glenn :) Where've you been?

meerkat - there was no bat, and I was hoping for a doll too. Ah, well - maybe in the second post?

<piglet smiles shyly> Would you like a kick of my welly?
30/01/2003 at 12:14
Yes, it's quite unbelievable isn't it! :-)

hehheh hee hee hee hee hee!!!

What was that about Americans not understanding irony? :-)
30/01/2003 at 12:15
Everybody should buy something JJ. It's our best chance to invest for another 11 years or so.

And yes, I did sell all my equities at the top of the market in February 2001, thank you for asking.
30/01/2003 at 12:17
Ah, it's welly licking that does it! Can they be new ones or will I have to acquire a used pair?
30/01/2003 at 12:20
Well, Glenn, I like them both old and new, but it's fair to say that the Grauniad article suggests that the smell of dung may be part of the attraction :)
30/01/2003 at 12:22
<< biff kick dribble kick >>
Thanks, Piglet. Nice bit of cross training. Here, I've brought the wheels from a model fire engine.
<< shoves wheel in Piglet's direction >>
30/01/2003 at 12:24
Fantastic work wee piglet!

Hey have we started an international incident??

Sod Iraq. Lets invade USA!!

Bagsy Billow!!

Young Chimp!!

Just need to find out how we respond to hissy yanks now. I'm going over. I may be some time.

Anyone keep the numbers from those trolls??

Hasta La Vista!! America here we come!!
30/01/2003 at 12:25
You coming too Wee Piglet????
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