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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
  
  
  
 
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Re: Pocketful of Python for Valentine's day! by Eloise on 17 February 2003 4:10pm
 
Yeah, come on Kristine, spill the beans! I was gonna ask before, but thought it too *personal*! Obviously, Mary didn't. (no offense).
Ello (waiting and tapping fingers on table)
 
Re: Pocketful of Python for Valentine's day! by Kristine on 17 February 2003 11:26pm
 
LOL! No problem Ello and Mary, I have no problem with spilling the beans on this one.

"Robbie" is the boy who I kissed on New years. And that kiss is starting to develop into a very nice relationship. He's such a sweetheart! We also spent a lovely V-day together back at his place. Along with the "Pocketful of Python" Books, he also wrote me a lovley little poem, which I'd rather not share cause it is a little personal. *chuckles* but it did come in a little heart-shaped box, which I thought was heeps cute. He also got me the most BEAUTIFUL pink rose i've ever set my eyes on. OH! And I can't forget this really really cute teddy bear that he sparyed his collonge with. (Because I like it so much.) The Teddy Bear is now known as "Sir Robbie." I named it after my sweetie and Eric Idle. (Yes, I love Ewic too! Ewic is totaly groovy. Never doubt that for a second.)

Ok, now the raw facts. I met him through my fellow Python/Whose Line/Beatles fan Lindz. He goes to a private school and has a very big house. *giant grin* He has dark red hair, is is about the same height as me. (Give or take an inch.) He also has Hazel eyes. But they don't change colors like Mike's. (I personaly beleive Mr. P's eyes change colour. Which makes them very bomb diggity.)

And the greatest thing about my Robbie...Well, one of the greatest things anyways...

He puts up with my Palin addiction! Now that alone just makes him a keeper ;)
 
Re: Pocketful of Python for Valentine's day! by nottlob on 18 February 2003 8:45am
 
Tracy what are you talking about??? There's Sahara in Chapters!!!

-You like Whose Line Kristine??? I LOVE THEM ALL! LOL! The brtish or american or both versions? I've only seen the american ones...
 
Re: Pocketful of Python for Valentine's day! by Eloise on 18 February 2003 1:11pm
 
That is just so sweet Kristine! You lucky, lucky person. He sounds very cool.
Ello
 
Re: Pocketful of Python for Valentine's day! by ellenpc on 18 February 2003 1:40pm
 
He sounds gorgeous Kristine. :-}

Enjoy!! XXXXX

Ellen x
 
Re: Pocketful of Python for Valentine's day! by Rusted on 18 February 2003 6:22pm
 
Tee hee...we're nosy around here, remember, Ello??? ;O)

Krissy...awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww... :O) Lucky you to find someone so nice and who encourages your Palin addiction!

~Mary
 
Re: Pocketful of Python for Valentine's day! by Helen on 18 February 2003 6:32pm
 
I put my future hubby through a little test when we were dating-- to see if he knew obscure Python quotes.. and he did. needless to say, I married him right away.

One time, I made him dinner at my apartment, and he had gorged himself on the yummy banquet I prepared. I offered him some pie and tea for dessert, and he said, "F*** off, I'm full." True story! I knew he was a keeper! yes, he sputtered a bit when he said that.. :)
Robbie sounds great, Kristine. Ask him if he's confused his cat recently.
Helen
 
Re: Pocketful of Python for Valentine's day! by Kristine on 18 February 2003 11:13pm
 
LOL! Will do Hellen. He's also a big fan of Fawlty Towers. I'll make sure he dosn't mention the war...

Notlob
YES! Whose Line was my first true obession. I like both versions, but I'm a bit more partial to the UK version. They're such a hilarious bunch though! It introduced me to the world of comedy. Infact without it, I don't I would ever know that a man named Michael Palin would have ever exsisted. (That's the Fu***ng scary if I say so myself...) And yes, Sahara is at Chapters. I saw about 8 coppies there the other day. I would have snagged a copy but I didn't have 50 dollars (cdn) on me at the time. (I settled for a copy of "Road to Mars." By Eric Idle insted.)

And thanks for all your comments everyone :)
 
Re: Pocketful of Python for Valentine's day! by Rusted on 18 February 2003 11:17pm
 
Fawlty Towers, too?

The man's got impeccable taste! ;O)

~Mary
 
Re: Pocketful of Python for Valentine's day! by Kristine on 18 February 2003 11:48pm
 
Yes, He gets a kick out of Basil Fawlty just as much as I do... I got the entire series on Video recently... It's kept me busy!
 
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