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Postby delta » Sun 21.01.2007, 18:38

I can't make this year. The week-end all ready spoken for. Family party, and that is a MUST GO. :(

Well, next year. ?.

Have a nice Donny.

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Postby John_W » Sun 21.01.2007, 21:04

delta wrote:I can't make this year. The week-end all ready spoken for. Family party, and that is a MUST GO. :(
Well, next year. ?.
Have a nice Donny.
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We'll try to find some Tuborg to make a toast to absent friends. Make it for 2008 instead. I know how much family parties mean to Danes. I hope you have a good time. You don't have to write any poetry do you?

Is it one of the "big" birthdays? I love the way in Denmark you're allowed to buy yourself a special present for the 30, 40, & 50 birthdays. Is that how you got the Elan (for your 20th I mean)?

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Postby delta » Mon 22.01.2007, 13:13

John_W wrote: You don't have to write any poetry do you?

Oh I do, have to make a song for the occasion. :?
Is it one of the "big" birthdays? I love the way in Denmark you're allowed to buy yourself a special present for the 30, 40, & 50 birthdays. Is that how you got the Elan (for your 20th I mean)?

I'm happy to say, that I have have had more than 10 "big birthdays" over the last 20 years, all with a "Lotus toy" as a present. :wink:

My garage is to small. :!: Wonder why..... :roll:
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Postby taffy » Tue 20.02.2007, 12:02

How have I received the last two messages before you even sent them?
Time in Leicester is only 11:01
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Postby Sy V » Tue 20.02.2007, 13:55

That must be why I add the 'Not so'...!

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Postby Sy V » Tue 20.02.2007, 13:57

taffy wrote:How have I received the last two messages before you even sent them?
Time in Leicester is only 11:01
Spooky!


Taffy, that's 'cos Leicester's in a time warp, mate.
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Postby Enright » Tue 20.02.2007, 13:58

Oh I see!

You mean now you've buttered me up and I've done it you can change it back again! :roll:
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Postby Sy V » Tue 20.02.2007, 14:01

I wouldn't do something like that...
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Postby Liz » Tue 20.02.2007, 15:24

Is that the same menu as last year? I'm not fluent in errr... indian :-D
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Postby Enright » Tue 20.02.2007, 15:26

No idea. Hold on, I'll go and check me shirt... :lol:
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Postby Sy V » Tue 20.02.2007, 16:30

STOP PRESS

SHOCK, HORROR, PROBE! - Language discovered that Liz doesn't speak - SHOCK, HORROR, PROBE!

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Postby Liz » Tue 20.02.2007, 16:33

Only because there is no language called indian :-D
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Postby dapinky » Tue 20.02.2007, 17:39

Enright13 wrote:
30 - Russ O
32 - Taffy and one
34 - Sooty
36 - Tony & Liz



Is sooty hungry? or is his invisible mate sitting with him?
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Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 20.02.2007, 17:48

dapinky wrote:
Enright13 wrote:
16- The Shagster & Shagpartner!
18- Stef & Guest
20- Enright13
21 - Nchase


30 - Russ O
32 - Taffy and one
34 - Sooty
36 - Tony & Liz



Is sooty hungry? or is his invisible mate sitting with him?


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Postby Enright » Tue 20.02.2007, 18:00

Oi smart@r$e$, rather than just standing at the sidelines criticising, why don't you simply add your names to the list? Then the numbers will be right!

I dunno - there's always one. Or two in this case. :roll:

And they don't like it up 'em!
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Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 20.02.2007, 18:51

Sy V wrote:Language discovered that Liz doesn't speak

What's urdu in india then? :-D
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Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 20.02.2007, 18:52

Enright13 wrote:why don't you simply add your names to the list?

'Cause we're not coming :smt097
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Postby dapinky » Tue 20.02.2007, 19:05

geoffsmith wrote:What's urdu in india then? :-D


Isn't that what you get at a Calcutta barbers shop???
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Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 20.02.2007, 19:08

dapinky wrote:
geoffsmith wrote:What's urdu in india then? :-D


Isn't that what you get at a Calcutta barbers shop???


What's a hindu then?
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Postby dapinky » Tue 20.02.2007, 20:32

geoffsmith wrote:
dapinky wrote:
geoffsmith wrote:What's urdu in india then? :-D


Isn't that what you get at a Calcutta barbers shop???


What's a hindu then?


The smart@r$e answer to that one is 'It lays eggs! :smt117 , but I'll give the obvious answer that a Hindu (Capital H) is a follower of the third largest religion in the world (NB - Religion, not Faith!), wheras urdu is a language used in parts of India.

I knew my Doctorate in Theology would come in useful for Lotus ownership :roll: :offtopic: :offtopic: :offtopic: :offtopic:
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