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Old 07-24-2007, 01:49 PM   #22041
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So many pages!!!!
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I was in it. I just didn't win.
If it's any comfort I'm pretty sure I remembered to put you in the draw itself.
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Well, if all you upright Englishmen do not recognise such a thing exists, you're going to be in big trouble if you ever have to pee.
One does not have to acknowledge something exists to utilise it in an activity that merely involves relaxing a muscle (though I will admit a bit of minor acknowledgement assists aiming )
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Speaking of which, I should probably mention that everyone dies at the end, Hamlet-style.
That will teach them that taking up smoking is a bad idea.
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It's not a spoiler. It's within the Thread™ itself, so it's actually foreshadowing .
I thought foreshadowing was more subtle than that.
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Yes... it's me.
No, that wouldn't work either. You'd be too obvious a candidate for twist ending. What we need is someone who lurks in the background. Who seems harmless. Who you only notice is there because of their bright apparel. Someone like that.
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I think not.
Better not let Sartre hear you say that. He'll say you don't exist.
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The Thread™ says 'Barbra Streisand' to me.
It's worrying when threads start talking to you. As long as it doesn't start saying "Kill! Kill them all!!!!" I can't see the harm in it though.
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Okay.

Dear Jattykins. I hate your stinkin' guts. You make me vomit. You're the scum between my toes. Love, Squinky.
I think you ruined the overall atmosphere with the "Love" bit at the end.
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In other news, I've finally got around to "streamlining" my signature.
I think you forgot to clear out all the inaccurate bits.
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Old 07-24-2007, 01:56 PM   #22042
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Inaccurate?! INACCURATE?!

HOW DARE YOU!
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Old 07-24-2007, 02:02 PM   #22043
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It's worrying when threads start talking to you. As long as it doesn't start saying "Kill! Kill them all!!!!" I can't see the harm in it though.
I mostly hear that from my lamp.

It's the one Mel gave me, I think it might cursed.

Uh-oh, it's flashing at me again!
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Old 07-24-2007, 02:06 PM   #22044
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Whatever.

DIE, THREAD™!

I wonder how long it will take Evesham to fix my computer.
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Old 07-24-2007, 02:07 PM   #22045
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Keyche

If locked door obstacle is sought
You can’t think up another way
Then you might have to resort
To paper, pencil, poke cliche
That's not always the easiest solution, though.
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I tried to use it in the final part of Frasse, but I couldn't get it to fit in a good way. IIRC, you can still see the key in the keyhole, and you do have a paper. You may even be able to place the paper under the door.
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Indeed.
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I think you ruined the overall atmosphere with the "Love" bit at the end.
No I didn't! I was quoting a movie.
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Old 07-24-2007, 02:13 PM   #22048
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No I didn't! I was quoting a movie.
Love, Squinkily?
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Old 07-24-2007, 02:13 PM   #22049
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Jaz7: Nice word-mangling! (I should have known better.)
Thank you! But seriously, I just took them out of this little book "Bloom's Bouqet of Imaginary Words". I got it a few days ago, and I had been itching to use some of them. It was a bit difficult to put them in so it doesn't look too fake or wrong.

Next time I'm going to try and make my own ones, though. The rules for those words is that you're only allowed to change, add, or take away one letter, to create a new word.

Oh, and finally I have a word to descibe those fat pigeons in Frankfurt (or any city at all): Pugeon!

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One does not have to acknowledge something exists to utilise it in an activity that merely involves relaxing a muscle (though I will admit a bit of minor acknowledgement assists aiming )
Well yes, that's my point. You're going to get into big trouble with Mrs Urhan if you don't aim, so you will have to acknowledge the existence of your penis.

Unless you are a real gentlemen, and actually sit down on the toilet to pee. That's a good boy.


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Old 07-24-2007, 02:24 PM   #22050
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I mostly hear that from my lamp.

It's the one Mel gave me, I think it might cursed.

Uh-oh, it's flashing at me again!

I'm being told by three my little pony babies (and I mean babies. One of the regular pony kids [I think it's baby Stardance], then a slightly smaller, cuter one, and one ultimate cutefied pony baby with a super short snout, big eyes, and general small size), and two fake my little ponies (I called the pink one "Charon", and the yellow pegasicorn "Styx"), to go on a murderous rampage for a while now...

But that's normal, I think.

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That's not always the easiest solution, though.
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I tried to use it in the final part of Frasse, but I couldn't get it to fit in a good way. IIRC, you can still see the key in the keyhole, and you do have a paper. You may even be able to place the paper under the door.

It might be cliché, but I've used it in real life several times already, with success. Like that one time my sister locked me in my room. She was so impressed, that she actually asked me to demonstrate it again to show it to her boyfriend. Of course, it didn't work as well the second time around, and I had to fish for the key with a long stick I had in my room, as if bounces off the newspaper.

But seriously, it's very useful.



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Old 07-24-2007, 02:31 PM   #22051
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Well yes, that's my point. You're going to get into big trouble with Mrs Urhan if you don't aim, so you will have to acknowledge the existence of your penis.
Ha! I am master of my own household. Mrs Urhan doesn't tell me what to do!

Yes, I am pretty sure she never reads these forums now you mention it.
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This week I shall mostly be pickling my organs.
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Tasty.
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Have a nibble on my spleen, it's been in a raspberry vinegar.
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Oh, there you go. Why? Why?!?! Would it have killed you to not post?


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Oh, there you go. Why? Why?!?! Would it have killed you to not post?
Now that's an interesting theory. Does Robert have one of those rare medical conditions that are fatal if he fails to post in Thread Must Die! for too long? Enquiring minds want to know.

Enquiring minds also want to know if Robert is in Oxford at the moment and, if so, how he is coping with the flooding there.
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He's full of hot air, he needn't worry about sinking in the flood waters and drowning.
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Enquiring minds should be informed that, as it's the vacation, Robert is not present in Oxford (though he is due to go to a wedding there on 4th August). Which is actually quite good, as I'm sure I'd be useless at coping with flooding.
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Why would you want to go to a wedding?
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