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Debaser wrote:No edit button in Announcements then...... *sigh* the world will see how bobbins I am at this interweb mularky
Fixed :kiss:
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i've packaged up the first batch of tees for everyone who's paid already - 8 of them - and they will be sent tomorrow :notworthy: 8)

debaser - that includes yours...

evilbastard - yours is to one side, ready... :)
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James Blast wrote:it wouldn't be egnaro, would it Dear? ;D
:innocent: I sulked for soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo long after the previous tee shirt round don't fink Quiff DARE do anything else.....

Anyway.....is there a reason why there isn't an edit button in this 'ere section?

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Quiff Boy wrote:i've packaged up the first batch of tees for everyone who's paid already - 8 of them - and they will be sent tomorrow :notworthy: 8)
Hi Boss, got the shirts, thanks. :notworthy: :notworthy:
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posted xfloorshowx's tees today :)
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back from hols Boss? :wink:
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James Blast wrote:back from hols Boss? :wink:
yes indeedy, thanks :D

and very nice they were too 8)
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I wore mine for my birthday - thank you!! :)
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Quiff Boy wrote:
James Blast wrote:back from hols Boss? :wink:
yes indeedy, thanks :D

and very nice they were too 8)
well come on then, regale us with tales from the colonies :D
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James Blast wrote:and very nice they were too 8)
well come on then, regale us with tales from the colonies :D[/quote]

There's a pint with your name on it, Mr. Quiff, if you omit a certain tale... :lol:
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<---settles down, pours a glass of red, refills pipe.... :lol:
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James Blast wrote:well come on then, regale us with tales from the colonies :D
There's a pint with your name on it, Mr. Quiff, if you omit a certain tale... :lol:
a pint? you know i'll only spill it :urff: :lol: :D
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Quiff Boy wrote:a pint? you know i'll only spill it :urff: :lol: :D
True this - we'll find a bar that serves libations in sippy-cups. :lol:
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<---nods off... :|
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James Blast wrote:<---nods off... :|
Well, the evening started off well enough with Mr. & Mrs. Quiff attending the premiere of a kazoo recital by the renowned Bhutanese musician Kahn Ihavapynt. In order to inwardly digest the cultural signifiance of the performance they repaired to a hostelry where they were joined by some friends (whose names history does not recall but one of whom has hair as unusual as Mr. Q's) and the local representative of the Heartland Massive, where drink was taken and comment passed concerning the use of fibreglass puffer fish floating above the bar doing service as illumination. The company was later joined by another friend (whose escapades, or the suppression of the narration of same, are the subject of the aforementioned offer of a pint), and the group repaired to a club of dubious repute, wherein certain people felt compelled to demonstrate the affect of gravity upon liquids.
Certain members of the company headed for an early bath for reasons best left unexplained while others were greeted to the spectacle of sunrise over the canyons of Manhattan while returning to their billet "utterly Canuted."
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EvilBastard wrote:
James Blast wrote:<---nods off... :|
Well, the evening started off well enough with Mr. & Mrs. Quiff attending the premiere of a kazoo recital by the renowned Bhutanese musician Kahn Ihavapynt. In order to inwardly digest the cultural signifiance of the performance they repaired to a hostelry where they were joined by some friends (whose names history does not recall but one of whom has hair as unusual as Mr. Q's) and the local representative of the Heartland Massive, where drink was taken and comment passed concerning the use of fibreglass puffer fish floating above the bar doing service as illumination. The company was later joined by another friend (whose escapades, or the suppression of the narration of same, are the subject of the aforementioned offer of a pint), and the group repaired to a club of dubious repute, wherein certain people felt compelled to demonstrate the effect of gravity upon liquids.
Certain members of the company headed for an early bath for reasons best left unexplained while others were greeted to the spectacle of sunrise over the canyons of Manhattan while returning to their billet "utterly Canuted."
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Er...can someone delete that one, please? :lol:
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nope

and thanks for the verbal Dihorria-Hi-Hey version of:
went for a pint, met some mates, got drunk, some of us went home the rest went to a club, then fell over, early one morning in Amerika

3.5/10 must try harder :|

I expect better from you lot pfffff...
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James Blast wrote:nope

and thanks for the verbal Dihorria-Hi-Hey version of:
went for a pint, met some mates, got drunk, some of us went home the rest went to a club, then fell over, early one morning in Amerika

3.5/10 must try harder :|

I expect better from you lot pfffff...
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Fantastic, I retyped all that without... retyping all that and stuck an LOL smiley on the end!

I 'heart' the internets :D
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Not so - all of us went to a club, most of us were drunk, some of us went home.
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James Blast wrote:Fantastic, I retyped all that without... retyping all that and stuck an LOL smiley on the end!

I 'heart' the internets :D
I quoted myself to, impressive
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EvilBastard wrote:Not so - all of us went to a club, most of us were drunk, some of us went home.
I think we've got the makings of a sitcom here Bastard, eh?
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received the shirts today, great! and thanks for the badge :notworthy:
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xfloorshowx wrote:received the shirts today, great! and thanks for the badge :notworthy:
glad you got them ok :D

just need to sell the rest now :lol:
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