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31-10-2005, 05:35 PM
Welcome back Stevie Wevie!!!!!!! :heart: :rock: :heart:
Hope you had a nice couple of weeks away.
Cwis :king: :prayer: :king: has been vewwy norty whilst you were gone....he was being 12yo (as he promised you he would be) and also he was making fights with people :finga: :snakeman: ...I'm sure you'll read all about it.
31-10-2005, 05:42 PM
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
I think that leaving him in charge of comedy and poo jokes went to his head..... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Gees your a dirty dobber Tully... :lol: :lol:
31-10-2005, 06:30 PM
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Gotta stir 'em up :D
31-10-2005, 07:25 PM
I tell you (ewes) he's not the messiah he's just a very naughty boy indeed. Having said that, I just finished reading 'the thread that became a novel on round up' and it made for some very interesting reading. Who would have thought that a tree hugging, left wing chook loving, septic tank (yank) could be so vicious and scathing, we may have to call him Bonsai from now on (little Bush). I could almost be afraid of Christopher but I know he would roll on his back and beg for a tummy rub (and do that leg twitch thing) at the slightest hint of any real aggression. I think he was quite tame on the poo- bum- fart humour personally but there was some great material in there.
Anyway..... I had a lovely time whilst away, saw some really lovely parts of South Australia and also saw some really scary horrid stuff also. It's a funny place with lots of contradictions i.e. the salinity stuff-ups V the Kangaroo Island wilderness beauty. I visited two of my Favorites- the SA Botanical Gardens and the State Nursery (I must own up to buying many plants for my garden, many many banksias, Dryandras etc etc) But it's back to work again -much to do, things to grow, build etc
31-10-2005, 07:37 PM
we may have to call him Bosnia from now on (little Bush).
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
You meant BONSAI I'm guessin' ??!! :shock:
31-10-2005, 08:56 PM
I fixed it so now every one thinks your crackers not me :oops:
31-10-2005, 10:31 PM
Funny bugger :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
04-11-2005, 06:42 AM
I didn't use any of those emoticons that flip anyone off. See? I'm a model of self control.....
I tried to keep the humor lowbrow, like you asked me to, and certainly would have, if not for this (insert pooh bum fart joke insult here) who wrote about (insert topic yourself to avoid me attacking anyone who is obviously incapable of defending themselves, if recent history is any example). When I read those statements, I (insert one of the following, please)
a.) reacted with all the decorum and reasonableness I could muster, tempered with respect and admiration for his education, considering the post in question
b.) behaved like a complete a$$hole, insulting a poor defenseless guy with greatly misunderstood but perhaps perfectly logical reasons for his thoughts as relating to insert 2
c.) went apoplectic with a desire to humilate and bellittle someone. Since my dog got ate by a jaguar and was not available for kicking, I have had to misdirect my anger management issues, and this poor ( insert slob, or unfortunate, or really nice guy) was the most usefull nail for me to hammer on.
d.) misunderstood the reasonable ness of a simlplistic binary equation of choosing between getting hit with a hammer and mallet.
e.) misunderstood him, and in my disagreeable yankness, I had to insult him, with a barrage of uncontested information, forcing him to run away, with bat and ball, leaving me hungry for a confrontation.
I am sorry for this egregious breach of protocol. My profoundest of apologies.
And, ouch, on the Bonsai thing. I would most respectfully request that you puh-leeeeze don't call me that. Noone can destest George Bush as much as I do. He is a piece of shit, a war criminal, and I hate that he oozed his way into the highest office in the US. Also, I have Belizean citizenship, so think of myself more as a Belizean of NYC ancestry (via Ireland).... I think PM Johnny and PM Tony talkjed him into invading Iraq anyway, since he is too stupid t think this up for himself.
BTW, you offering to rub my belly?
04-11-2005, 11:57 AM
Rubbing Buddha’s belly is believed to bring good luck and prosperity, (unless of course you rub it with Round up) Rubbing my belly expedites the digestive process bringing gas and 40 Hz rumbles. As tempting as a 24 hour flight in a terrorist laden 747 to rub your belly sounds, I shall have to pass this week having spent all my pocket money on boiled sweeties, red cordial and a pair of second hand flip-flops.
I shall withdraw, apologize and further refrain from drawing any comparisons between your fine self and the archfiend :evil: :twisted: :evil: know as George (2 female sheep) Bush. He is inded a nasty individual and I would laugh out loud if a large sea bird did a big poo on his head (I would also laugh out load if a large sea bird did a big poo on your head but it would be without malice in your case).
04-11-2005, 12:04 PM
Rubbing my belly will only bring you giggles. I'm quite ticklish...
Also, if a large sea bird poops on my head, I will share that with you, in a PM, so that you can get a good laugh. It would, of course, be strictly confidential. If a large sea bird poops on Dubyas head, we can all hope to see it repeated on the news every night for a month...
04-11-2005, 12:11 PM
I'm still not going to rub your belly, we should stop this thread, it is humus for the garden that is Tully's rich fantasy world.
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