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Wingnut



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...and besides, it's BACON in the noddy ain't fun...watch the dangly bits, lads!

(although, why anyone would think that Sir Francis was fun at all, clothed or otherwise, is beyond me)
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Wingnut wrote:
...and besides, it's BACON in the noddy ain't fun...watch the dangly bits, lads!

(although, why anyone would think that Sir Francis was fun at all, clothed or otherwise, is beyond me)


Was he cute?
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Wingnut



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Right, why anyone BESIDES JOE would think that Sir Francis was fun...
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Well, maybe some of those folk who claim he put Bill's name on a lot of his work might be loony enough think Sir Francis was fun.
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Magenta wrote:
lisa wrote:
What the hell is that? What is that stuffed in between? Meanies.


Banana!


i could tell it was bannanas, luv! (you didnt really bake that did you? Shocked )hey whats short for magenta? im kinda new to typing. im still using one finger. plus not so skilled with the spelling as you can sea!
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Magenta



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girlEgirl wrote:
Magenta wrote:
lisa wrote:
What the hell is that? What is that stuffed in between? Meanies.


Banana!


i could tell it was bannanas, luv! (you didnt really bake that did you? Shocked )hey whats short for magenta? im kinda new to typing. im still using one finger. plus not so skilled with the spelling as you can sea!


Yes, yes I did bake that. I also took the incredibly artsy shot of it, especially for all the members here.

*looks shifty*


Cool
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Welcome Magenta!
Quite the draw aren't you?
Nice intro, you're gonna do just fine.
I'd enjoy a slice of the pie, thank you.
Have fun.
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And might I just say that I love love LOVE How Clean is Your House? on BBC America.

And Little Britain!

And Ricky Gervais.

So, thanks for that.
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Magenta



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JustAGirl wrote:
And might I just say that I love love LOVE How Clean is Your House? on BBC America.

And Little Britain!

And Ricky Gervais.

So, thanks for that.


Ricky Gervais is a comedy genius.

Very Happy
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I loved Extras, which ran here on HBO.
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Magenta



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Bumping so I don't repeat myself. And to show I've been nekkid and brought pie. Laughing
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Gotta join the thanks committee. In my case, it's thanks for Dame Judi Dench. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE "As Time Goes By". Its a little old, but I still love watching it on DVD. Reminds me and my mom of her mom! Many of my favorite books are by Brittish writers. I love the "Ladies of Letters" series - such fun listening to two old ladies trade insults and slights on each others' character.
Is there any of the Chocolate Banana Pie left? I ate the pie I was supposed to bring and had to find a replacement, but I'd still not say no to another piece. I really like chocolate and bananas. Could I get mine with a dollop of whipped cream on top?

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