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Old 07-10-2006, 12:37 PM   #8741
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I take it back... "Tibsie" is positively great compared to using that .
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Old 07-10-2006, 12:54 PM   #8742
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Hey, Robsie has a book about him!

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Old 07-10-2006, 12:55 PM   #8743
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Hey, Robsie has a book about him!
Guess he must have worked out more before that picture than he did before the others we've seen.
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Old 07-10-2006, 12:56 PM   #8744
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But you'll have to come up with something for me to say, or I may be tempted to sing 80s cheese and that would be a bad result for everyone.
I'll have to ponder on it for a while. For now it sounds really tempting to hear you sing 80s cheese.
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Here's a video I found of "Ant & Dec", they're the only Geordies I know.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hz6pF5c2DVE
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I love British accents!
I had expected a much more 'difficult-to-understand-for-foreigners' accent.
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I love British accents!
Really? Generally I hate regional accents.
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Sage has a good accent and his Godfather impression is something else.
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Hey, Robsie has a book about him!
Does it say something that nobody else is pictured on the front cover?

Anyway, that's not as good as the book by me...

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I don't have a geordie accent, I'm from Sunderland and hence have a Mackem accent! Find me a Mackem celebrity and I'll be impressed
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It's good to see you finally got round to updating your website Rob.
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Old 07-10-2006, 01:27 PM   #8752
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Hmmm, well I guess Tibsie would be nice.


But then again, it would remove the confusion of other members when Robsie is referred to as Tibsie by me. And that would be a bad thing. Confusion is *GOOD*.

Do you even realise why I call Robsie Tibsie? Because one may not call him Tibsie unless they understand the profound meaning of this name. Also, Robert has to approve it. (of course, I don't need approval to call him that, because I came up with the name.)






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Do you even realise why I call Robsie Tibsie?
Because he thinks he's William Shatner?
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That would explain the bad hairpiece.
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I love British accents!
Then by all means, give our Stepurhan a chat. He has a wonderful accent, and is charming to a fault.
Pay close attention though...he is one fast talker!
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That would explain the bad hairpiece.
Hmph! My gorgeous locks will be fashionable one day, I tell you!
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That fringe gives me nightmares.
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But fringes are... useful... in some way that I haven't thought of yet!

OK, I admit it. My hairstyle is terrible. I'm way too lazy to change it, though, and for some strange reason I quite like it.
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But fringes are... useful... in some way that I haven't thought of yet!.
If you've mislaid your towel you can use it as an emergency defence against the ravenous Bugblater Beast of Traal (as long as you've grown it long enough)
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Yes. Or I could gel it and use it as a rake!

Mind you, that would require me to defile my hair with some kind of fixing product. No thank you...
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