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I think I may be in love with the woman from The Dun Cow.

have you met me like?????????????

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Well I'm so glad the info was useful doughpee or is it pee'd on bread. ha ha ha.

very nice to have met you tonight, hope we'll see more of you.

Oh yes & hope you enjoyed yourself after closing with my predasester, if you know what I mean. ;);)

See you soooooooooooooooooooooon

Pam

Try this one slowly.

"P R E D E C E S S O R"

Joe

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have you met me like?????????????

If you haven`t...you will soon no doubt :D

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Try this one slowly.

"P R E D E C E S S O R"

Joe

Thanks joe :D I used to be blond!! or is it blonde!!!!

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Ahhh, so, i was in there! i knew i remembered something about it... just cant remember leaving the market tavern... Vodka will do that to you!

so can i expect a blow by blow account of each and every visit to your kind establishment in the public section of this fine website? or are you going to start a blog? :D

oh, by the way... i lost my key last night, and ended up breaking into my caravan to get some sleep... it was bliddy freezing! :blink:

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Ahhh, so, i was in there! i knew i remembered something about it... just cant remember leaving the market tavern... Vodka will do that to you!

so can i expect a blow by blow account of each and every visit to your kind establishment in the public section of this fine website? or are you going to start a blog? :D

oh, by the way... i lost my key last night, and ended up breaking into my caravan to get some sleep... it was bliddy freezing! :blink:

soz

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Thanks joe :D I used to be blond!! or is it blonde!!!!

Maybe it depends upon whether you are reading English or American magazines today!

Joe

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Ahhh, so, i was in there! i knew i remembered something about it... just cant remember leaving the market tavern... Vodka will do that to you!

so can i expect a blow by blow account of each and every visit to your kind establishment in the public section of this fine website? or are you going to start a blog? :D

oh, by the way... i lost my key last night, and ended up breaking into my caravan to get some sleep... it was bliddy freezing! :blink:

The perils of the evil drink

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your not kidding... mind, they do do a good guinness! :D

Thanks for that. It's good to hear

:)

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Yea but its the cold stuff, not proper Guinness.

:D

soz

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Thats alright, I am sure that it is an excellent Pint.

:D

no complaints so far hinny

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no complaints so far hinny

x

i have a bloody complaint!! :angry:

Last night i was laughing so hard i spilled half my pint down my chin! :lol::lol::D

Proper bunch of comedians in last night! good crack! B)

now...what has this got to do with msn messenger? :huh:

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i have a bloody complaint!! :angry:

Last night i was laughing so hard i spilled half my pint down my chin! :lol::lol::D

Proper bunch of comedians in last night! good crack! B)

now...what has this got to do with msn messenger? :huh:

I don't know, what has this got to do with msn?

:D

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Not a clue!

Talk about a change in subject!

lol :D ee ya that funny hinny me sides r splittin

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This is something to do with MSNs server being flooded with other people trying to login. Just wait a few minutes and try logging in again. If this does not work dont us MSN :D

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