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Re: Anything in common by Rusted on 9 March 2003 5:20am
ROFL Ellen!

I SO thought you were censoring yourself on purpose! LOL! I knew we were censored on chat, I didn't know we were on here, too...I'd just been censoring C-o-c-k-n-e-y on purpose.

Let's see. If I write ....ney, will I be censored? Tee hee...

~Mary (causing trouble again; really, Webmaster, thanks for trying to keep our site clean for everyone)
Re: Anything in common by Dreamchild on 9 March 2003 6:16am
Face was a great movie I rented it then was able to buy in through ebay am glad I got a copy because it is one of my all time favorite Robert Carlyle movie glad to see I am not the only one to see it..
Re: Anything in common by nottlob on 10 March 2003 1:22am
The bassoon? LOL! I remember a boy in my old band class that used to play it, the room was pretty small and whenever he turned around, he'd accidentally wack someone in the back of their head with the instrument. It was hard for him to get the right notes too so we'd laugh when it started to make a farting noise, hahaha! Otherwise, he did great! He's still playing it right now!
Re: Anything in common by Diamond on 10 March 2003 11:11am
Oh ellen you are brilliant - sense of humour or what! now my mascara is smudged!!

did you hit the dickerel on the head with your flute at all to shut him up!! or do what I would have done but then you couldnt have played the flute after that could you - for hygeine reasons!!!


Where would I be without you all to cheer me up

Peace and palinite tattoes!!

Re: Anything in common by ellenpc on 15 March 2003 1:24pm
Hiya Lyn :^}}

Yes, I must admit it was very tempting to have moved the little dickerel devil along by some dastardly deed or other!

As it was, it was more his wonky tuning that was bothering me from a purely artistic level and I had worked out a possible solution.....

How to tune a c.o.c.k.e.r.a.l in three easy moves.....

higher tone......... shorten the neck

lower tone ......... stretch out the neck

totally tone deaf............ a quick twist.

All you Palinite wind players will understand especially what I mean.... and apologies to any dickerel lovers......none were harmed in the making of this post.

Ellen x
Re: Anything in common by pandk2 on 15 March 2003 5:13pm
I play the flute Ellen!
And the fool...apparently.
Did you get my email?
Let me know...
Re: Anything in common by Mac on 15 March 2003 5:37pm
Karen, I have some bad news for you, I think you had better sit down for this.
Yes you DO play the fool !!!

You are aweful but I like you :)

Its very late and I should be in bed.
By the way, watched some episodes of the Goodies, I watched them for years and years and years and so on and so on and so on, anyone else ?
Re: Anything in common by pandk2 on 16 March 2003 3:16am
Goody Goody Yum Yum!
Re: Anything in common by Dianne on 16 March 2003 9:15am
Karen playing the fool? Mmmm, why does that sound so right? :-D

Mac - what you wrote reminded me of the English comedian Dick Emery, "you are awful, but I like you." He was another comedian who acted in drag quite often.
Re: Anything in common by Mac on 16 March 2003 10:37am
How about that geeorgeous Irishman who came on every Friday night and would sit in his cair with his glass of Scotch and tell jokes and wriggle in his chair, just loved him.Friday nights for us Aussies.
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