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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Sir A Poiselamppe on Thu May 07, 2009 3:14 pm

Worry not!!!! I have disabled the device with my Toast Morningstar....
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Post  Zwack on Thu May 07, 2009 5:03 pm

It's not that I don't like tea, but being showered with it is a bit too much. One would much rather sit down around the table and consume the tea, and varieties of baked goods in a polite and civilised manner.

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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Mrs. Sullivan on Tue May 19, 2009 3:36 am

Prof. George of Chaos wrote:

I suppose a demonstration of my muffin-mortar is out of the question at this point?

Some years ago I left my then-boyfriend and some of his gaming buddies alone in the house with a stack of freshly baked muffins I had made for breakfast. I went out shopping only to return to find that a muffin war had broken out during my absence, and someone had broken a pane out of one of the living room windows by flinging a muffin through it.

Needless to say, i was quite embarassed to find that my baked goods had been used as ammunition.

My baking skills have improved considerably since then.

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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Violet R on Tue May 19, 2009 12:51 pm

Do you have dwarf ancestry by any chance?

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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Prof. George of Chaos on Sat Jun 20, 2009 5:06 pm

Zwack wrote:It's not that I don't like tea, but being showered with it is a bit too much. One would much rather sit down around the table and consume the tea, and varieties of baked goods in a polite and civilised manner.

Z.

Well...I suppose I can't fault that ambition.
#Takes crockery fromm a nearby cupboard and begins laying the table.#

Now, would any of you chaps and chapettes have a set of atches about your person?

What do I need matches for, you ask? Why, for my Internal Combustion Teapot, of course!

Violet! You too enjoy Terry Pratchett's fine works?

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Post  Pheobsky on Thu Jul 23, 2009 1:53 pm

Still going!
Prof. George of Chaos wrote:
Zwack wrote:It's not that I don't like tea, but being showered with it is a bit too much. One would much rather sit down around the table and consume the tea, and varieties of baked goods in a polite and civilised manner.

Z.

Well...I suppose I can't fault that ambition.
#Takes crockery fromm a nearby cupboard and begins laying the table.#

Now, would any of you chaps and chapettes have a set of atches about your person?

What do I need matches for, you ask? Why, for my Internal Combustion Teapot, of course!

Violet! You too enjoy Terry Pratchett's fine works?

I fear that the internal combustion teapot may rapidly become an external combustion teapot- oh well! *passes matches and safety goggles*
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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Zwack on Sat Aug 01, 2009 7:55 am

Pheobsky wrote:Still going!

*Dons Safety Glasses*

You expected otherwise? I'm afraid that I check in every now and again...

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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Sir A Poiselamppe on Tue Oct 06, 2009 2:00 am

So after a long absence I find myself here again... BG having had some sort of breakdown (rubber band again probably....

So.. Tea and scones anyone?
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Post  Herr D÷ktor on Tue Oct 06, 2009 2:04 am

Last time we suspected foul play: traces of ovaltine were found in the donkey...
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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Captain Lyerly on Tue Oct 06, 2009 4:21 am

"Some Ovaltine, perhaps?"

"Nothing, THANKS!"


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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Prof. George of Chaos on Sat Oct 31, 2009 4:42 am

#Sets light to the Teapot's spout, and leans back gingerly.#

Happy Halloween, incidentally chaps.

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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Captain Lyerly on Thu Nov 19, 2009 8:42 am

Hmm... not much here these days. Good to see the lifeboat still floats.


Cheers


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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Zwack on Fri Nov 20, 2009 5:26 am

Indeed, and then it is needed...

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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Flynn_MacCallister on Fri Nov 20, 2009 5:33 am

I'll run and put the kettle on, shall I?

Quite an ominous-sounding error message, that one today, wouldn't you say?

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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Pheobsky on Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:58 pm

Been absent for quite some time but as always there's still a pulse of life... *takes a sip of now slightly cool tea*
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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Pheobsky on Sun May 02, 2010 10:34 pm

Oh! a double post, still the forum is still going. I'll probably need to dust the mantel though...
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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Miles (a sailor)Martin on Tue Dec 07, 2010 5:29 pm

just crawled abored as the good vessel brass goggles is taking a make and mend holiday it seems. i am quite glad that you have been keeping the tea on and the dustkraken under control M'lady Pheobsky, um I did pronounce that right, I hope.
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Post  Argus Fairbrass on Tue Dec 07, 2010 5:38 pm

Hello everyone!

I'm not normally a tea drinker but I'll certainly have a cup with you today.

*sips* mmm....cheers! Very Happy
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Post  Capt. Dirigible Mk II on Tue Dec 07, 2010 8:49 pm

Hmmm..down for most of yesterday and now down for all of today, so far..despite the 'back in a few minutes' message.

Maybe we should consider another server or something as this seems to be happening an awful lot lately.

I know our technical staff are doing the utmost but it shouldn't go down this often...should it?

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Post  Argus Fairbrass on Wed Dec 08, 2010 1:22 am

It's just too big and heavy I'm afraid.

We need to drop some ballast old bean! I would volunteer myself of course being a stout Englishman and all that, but well...my half aunt is American, and she may in fact be a Werewolf, so this time I say...

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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  James Harrison on Sun Dec 12, 2010 6:10 pm

Well... I'm glad the lifeboat hasn't sprung a leak like the BG!
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Re: A thread to show that there is still a pulse of life in the forum....

Post  Miles (a sailor)Martin on Thu Dec 30, 2010 5:12 am

it seems i did somthing and BG doesn't like me any more

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Post  mwbaailey on Thu Dec 30, 2010 6:58 am

No, I think it might be that the ol' S.S. BG has capsized again.
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Post  Miles (a sailor)Martin on Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:03 pm

then she did it in a very strange way . i got a message telling me i was a spambot. Shocked
was very disapointing as iwas trying to log back on after i went shopping and i had left my 'puter running, oops Embarassed , and got back and when i went to look at a nother post i got the spambot message Shocked and can't get on. waited a while tried again got the same message so logged on here and sent HAC a PM asking if he could look into it for me. haven't heard back yet, so here i am ,waiting mostly patintly, but i need my fix dang it Crying or Very sad Smile

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Post  Lady Arachne on Thu Dec 30, 2010 10:29 pm

posted about ya hun in engine room hopefully it will get fixed.. hang in there

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