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Right folks check out this site. I found this when I was browsing the web and well its funny a sneck.
http://www.patcave.com/dc2k1/dc2k1masq.html
What r you americans like....and I thought I was mental.

Rednell was here. :P Moderator Smilie
I don't quite get it, Darous.
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What's so funny about this?
Go to the site and look a these people thats whats funny are ye all blind. Look at the X-men photo and edward scissorhands for god sake thses folks are stupid.
Quit insulting, Dauros, you ninny. Elf Sticking Tounge Out Smilie I can get back at you in the Quest. Very Big Grin Smilie Some of these are funny, though - like the woman who tried to pass herself off as Phoenix from X-men. Uh uh. Not quite managing it. I liked Trinity - that was one great costume. Gave me some ideas - friends and I are going to Star Wars Episode lll all dressed up. And don't laugh at me! It's great fun. Big Smile Smilie
Really well if a dog appears with a cigar he may poop on the force. If what I saw from a star wars 2 screening my god you are all mental.
right check this link out its a link to a fantastic and funny video. when you reach it click on the first link right of the screen. This is why yer all mental.
http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/video/nerds.html
No, see, they are mental. I, on the other hand, am not. Those were total nerds - I am a geek. There is a definite difference. Plain insult to compare me! Tongue Smilie

See, just because you dress up doesn't mean you're a "Jedi." No, you have to become your character. If you go to the expense, make it worthwhile. No one has ever been able to get me out of character once I'm dressed up - and I've had some professionals try, believe me. Plus, there is always the added benefit of meeting some really cute guys who are rather impressed by my bravery... Wink Smilie

Can't argue long enough, Dauros - I can counter every argument. Very Big Grin Smilie
Heh, I'm with you Dar, mental, the lot of 'em. In an endearing fashion of course...
Ok, maybe I would never dress up like that, but it's fun to pretend you're someone else. Especially when you get to wear all those nice costumes and stuff. I would rather go as Kermit the Frog of Miss Piggy, but everyone has their taste... Tongue Smilie
Tommie as Kermit? Now that i would pay money to see. Wink Smilie
Oh my gosh! I am so sorry for all you ppl that do not live in the states! SOME OF THESE PPL ARE REALLY DUM!!!!!! Man alive! Edward Scissorhands needs to get a life! And the X-man need to go home and crowl under thier beds and die!!!!! And dragon lady.....Okay I'm shutting up now before I get in trouble but Nil is right!
And Dar don't mess with me, NiI , Vee, Amarie!!!!!!!!! You will lose!!!!
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Tommie as Kermit? Now that i would pay money to see.


I wonder why that is? Tongue Smilie I really like green. And once I have felt what it's like to be green, I can finally use the phrase "It's not easy being green" as my life motto. Tongue Smilie

Nice to have you back though, Plastic. I really missed you. Not. Animated Wink Smilie Seriously, I did.

PS: I'll let you know when I've found me a costume, and I'll send you a piccie of me as Kermie, but only if you send me some money first. lol Very Big Grin Smilie
Fantastic, now we need Ross as Fossie Bear, Val as Gonzo, and I'll be Crazy Harry....
Who's going to be Stadler and Waldorf? Big Laugh Smilie
Well we could pin a mustache on Vee and I suppose I would be a candidate for the other. Orc Grinning Smilie No offense meant Vee. Happy Elf Smilie

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Three wheels on my wagon,
And I知 still rolling along
The Cherokees are chasing me
Arrows fly, right on by
But I知 singing a happy song

I知 singing a higgity, haggity, hoggety, high
Pioneers, they never say die
A mile up the road there痴 a hidden cave
And we can watch those Cherokees
Go galloping by
One of the front caster forks on my wheelchair broke this morning. It snapped at the top of one leg so the wheel is only attached on one side. If I lean back and to the right, I am able to navigate around my apartment with some difficulty. Being Sunday, I have to wait until tomorrow to find a replacement.
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Three wheels on my wagon,
And I知 still rolling along
The Cherokees are chasing me
Arrows fly, right on by
But I知 singing a happy song


Bah Humbug! Dirty Rotten Snazzle Fratz.!

The above song Three Wheels on My Wagon was by the New Christy Minstrels
Ah were getting a bit of feed back and what not I like it. And 'bout me messin with u folk and losin' I dont think so lass. What r ye gonna do hit me with yer plastic light sticks.....ooooohh scary biscuits or even worse....the force hahahahahaha.
I will poop on it.
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I have to wait until tomorrow to find a replacement.
Replacement parts are expected in on Wednesday, which probably means Friday at the earliest. Sad Smilie
Where is McGuyver when you need him! I thought you used to build/repair carriers? Surely a piece of duck(t)tape, a can of cat food and some chewing gum will do the trick! Tongue Smilie
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If I lean back and to the right, I

Friday (or later) you will have a back pain from Angband and a positure like Alexander the Great.... Sad Smilie
"What r ye gonna do hit me with yer plastic light sticks.....ooooohh scary biscuits or even worse....the force hahahahahaha"

(Sorry, I can't get my quote thingy to work.)

No, Dauros, you've got it wrong there - I will not knock you out with any of those things...I've got a beautiful, very sharp sword here and I (shock of shocks) even know a bit about wielding it. That is what I'll use. Heaven knows you deserve it. Elf Sticking Tounge Out Smilie
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Who's going to be Stadler and Waldorf?

I am! and i choose Nilgaerien as Miss Piggy....
Wahey, bring on the swords! We'll get the lot of you ya pansies... you'll all trip over you Elven Cloaks and Jedi robes and whatnot, there's no substitute for a decent set of steel toecapped boots. Little plastic light stick... I like that Dar!
Oh and sorry to hear about your 3-wheeled wagon Grond, maybe you should use a block of wood greased with Margarine to prop it up, it should still move, and your carpets will taste nicer. Wink Smilie
The parts just arrived, so after I finish reading the Forum, I'll grab my tools, sit on my bed and replace the forks and bearings for both front wheels, because if one broke, the other can't be far behind. I just better plan ahead real good so I'll have all the tools I'll need, because once the chair is apart I won't be able to go get a diferent wrench or driver.
Good luck, Grondy. Happy Elf Smilie
Get ALL the tools you own first grond, I always find that I need another one about halfway through any job.
Oh no not scary electric swords. Oh poo i'm cacking it. You boozo's would probably hurt yourselves before anyone else. As being in character you woul'd have to spin around and throw your 'tricity swords in the air and try to catch them. Whilst in the process being encumbered by your monks habbit! I've got see this happening it would be like care in the community does the flight of the valkyries. Big Laugh Smilie

I'm with you Dar. Episodes one and two were pap. In the words of Simon Pegg "Jar Jar Binks made the Ewoks look like f*****g Shaft!"
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I'm with you Dar. Episodes one and two were pap. In the words of Simon Pegg "Jar Jar Binks made the Ewoks look like f*****g Shaft!"

Couldn't have put it better myself my friend. Jar Jar, while being a source of great personal amusement for me, was not cool, inany way shape or form.
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I'm with you Dar. Episodes one and two were pap. In the words of Simon Pegg "Jar Jar Binks made the Ewoks look like f*****g Shaft!"

Couldn't have put it better myself my friend. Jar Jar, while being a source of great personal amusement for me, was not cool, inany way shape or form.


THe only thing Jar Jar was good for was wetting your self at just how rubbish he is. I mean me'sa gimp!
Took only 45 minutes to remove the forks, tap the four old bearings from the frame, press the new bearings in, move the wheels from the old forks to the new, and to install the forks on the frame. Luckily I remembered to take a brass rod and hammer for the removal of the bearings for it would have been imposible otherwise. I guess I must have dne this some time in this or in an other life. Elf With a Big Grin Smilie

Now if my left wrist will heal. It is still sore today from having had to force the broken wheel to drag across the floor for the previous two-and-a-half days. One Eye Smilie
Is that old age kicking in?

I had to go to the physio for the very first itme today. That's only the second time in my life I've had to go to some doctor of some sort because I wasn't 100%. It took five minutes and the pain in my shoulder disappeared entirely. Now if I just take it easy, it'll be good. Take my advice - anything wrong with your muscles, go to a gentle manipulative therapist.
But I hate doctors, despite the fact that my wrist has been killing me for the last 2 weeks after putting up a shed in the garden I am still hopeful of a full recovery without any doctors.
What are you going to keep in that shed I wonder. Curtains, mini fridge, porn?
Virumor...thank you for picking out my character for me but your choice of Miss Piggy would not happen to be any reflection on myself, would it? Elf Sticking Tounge Out Smilie

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Wahey, bring on the swords! We'll get the lot of you ya pansies... you'll all trip over you Elven Cloaks and Jedi robes and whatnot, there's no substitute for a decent set of steel toecapped boots. Little plastic light stick... I like that Dar!


Um, Plastic, I might as well go ahead and warn you - I'm not fond of the title "pansy" and even less so when it is used on me, because my personailty is far away from that (as is my body, I like to think Wink Smilie ) Last guy who called me a pansy (who also happened to be my brother) got a black eye for his trouble. Angel Smilie

And I do just fine in my elven cloak and Jedi robes - two successful (and very quick) battles, though not your usual battle; more like pouncing on my target and rolling him across the room. Few bruises, though, that hurt like heck for days after; I suspect I got them from getting rolled down a very high staircase and crashing into the wall at the bottom. Very Mad Smilie I think that's when my brain disappeared. Wink Smilie

Oh, and in case anyone was wondering, I was talking about a real sword. It's about 42 inches long and heavy, but only when you first pick it up. You get to swinging it around and it's pretty light.

So I'm done protesting against Plastic and Dauros now. Please go on about your business...no, no don't. You do that and I have nothing to hold back any weird rages that may get started... Big Smile Smilie



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Um, Plastic, I might as well go ahead and warn you - I'm not fond of the title "pansy" and even less so when it is used on me, because my personailty is far away from that (as is my body, I like to think ) Last guy who called me a pansy (who also happened to be my brother) got a black eye for his trouble.

Yes but I can quite safely call you a pansy as one you wouldn't be able to reach my head with out the aid of a ladder. Two I can prevent most people from fighting me by extending my arm and puting my hand on their head. Three because you have no idea where I live or what I look like. Finally four if it came down to a fight, I'd kick your butt. Big Smile Smilie
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Oh, and in case anyone was wondering, I was talking about a real sword. It's about 42 inches long and heavy, but only when you first pick it up. You get to swinging it around and it's pretty light.
Does it also have stainless steel stamped on it and a blunt edge as all theese manufacted swords seem to. I find my crossbow with it's 150ibs of pull seems to intimidate people a lot more and doesn't snap when it hits anything on account it's not amde from a poor quality steel. You also need a fair bit of training in order to be able to use a sword, as some one who used to fence belive me when I say that and thats fencing not real fighting with a weapon where you have to also protect your self from it's own edge. (My there are advantages of being brought up as an English Hillbilly, hunting skills, fighting skills and the gentle art of intimidation.) Cool Smilie
Oh Ross - you're tearing down my arguments!!! Stop being smart for just a couple minutes!!! Tongue Smilie Admittedly, I would only be able to get a couple thrusts in with the sword before I was taken down but it would be worth it, I think. Big Smile Smilie And I dunno - if I wrestle you to the ground, I might be able to reach your head. I've only once gotten a really tall guy to the ground before, but hey, there's always a second time.

But, as you so helpfully pointed out, I don't know what you look like or where you live so all arguments are pointless except for the fact of having an argument for the sake of argument. Ha Ha Ha Smilie
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You also need a fair bit of training in order to be able to use a sword, as some one who used to fence belive me when I say that and thats fencing not real fighting with a weapon where you have to also protect your self from it's own edge


You used to fence, Ross? So did I, it was great until my teacher closed up shop.


Epee,Foil, or Sabre???
Nicely done Ross. I too have a sword, well a sword stick, and I got pretty handy with it at one point, when i had nothing better to do than swing it around my room making lightsaber noises (yeah I'm pretty close to the edge there I know). It's quite pointy.
Yer gonna get me with yer sword....and you have done well in yer elevn cloak and jedi outfit, I just have to laugh., Im walkin' down the street someday and then suddenly yer there Nil in yer elven/jedi outfit waving yer wee sword at me. Now that is candid camera moment.
Foil old Stonebonce. So what was your weapon?
I would like to have taken up the Sabre, but there was nobody to teach me or train with, ah well.
That reminds me of a kid who lived near me when I were a lad, he was walking down the road in full Jedi outfit, with a stick instead of a wee plastic light sword, and said to himself "May the fooooooooooorrrrraaaaarrrgh!" as he slipped harris over threepenny onto the ground, as it had been snowing. Damnably funny, and glad to have recalled it.
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Foil old Stonebonce. So what was your weapon?
I would like to have taken up the Sabre, but there was nobody to teach me or train with, ah well.


Epee was my favorite (I did all three). Sabre is bloody painful, even with padding, the Sabre edge will leave long whip marks on your arms and chest. I was great fun though, electric Epee fencing is the best.
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Sabre edge will leave long whip marks on your arms and chest. I was great fun though, electric Epee fencing is the best.

You're making your self look a bit kinky now Stony. Tongue Smilie
Ahh, buzz off there, Ross. That mind of yours needs a good scrubbing. Wink Smilie

I am serious though, you can get nasty bruises.
back to the original topic

darous if all Americans are mental than that would make insanity average,im one of the few insane people i know,are you trying to take my title and give it to all the other Americans?wheres cc i need another crazy American to help me out defending insane people,and maybe the Americans you refer to are stupid,not mental,as a person often complimented by being called insane i say you refer to idjits(idiots)not mentals,insane people are fun,idjits appear insane but are really just morons,it takes awhile to distinguish a difference properly
What about if we call tehm freaky arsed wierdos then. Or complete and utter pillocks I mean who in there right mind goes around dressed like that. Just think you're the current world power, frightening. Imagine if you start implementing dress codes like that as your foreign policy.
Moderator Smilie PLEASE KEEP THE POLITICS OUT OF THIS THREAD!! Moderator Smilie

(Amarie was here, tidying up Grondys mess again.... tsk tsk tsk...)
Isn't your post far more political than Ross's? Tongue Smilie

I would love to comment on your point here, but that is excatly what the rules don't want me to do. Just be glad Amari managed to stop me from posting here yesterday! Very Big Grin Smilie
Grev has a point!
But speaking of elections up here in the north west we all have to vote by post for our local elections and MEP's on the 10th, no voting booths and to "prevent fraud" everybodys voting slip is individually barcoded and you have to get someone to sign to say that they were witness to you signing. Now I'm sorry iI remember there being a law that says everybody's vote is supposed to be completely secretive even from the goverment. This makes it not so, this is just so that they can list any one whom they deem to be voting disident parties such as the BNP, green party and such forth. NOw I know this will get deleted because of all this family friendly nonsense phase this site is going through but, this really does suck. I used to go into the voting booth just so that they'd count my number and then refuse to give them my name so that the people who heard me also would give them their names. Then when in I wouldn't vote so that it would screw up their count. I may not vote but democracy means I have the right not to vote as well as vote and still be heard if I don't vote, also techincally I live in a republic.
*copy and paste Ross's post* Me having a point? Wow! This is good! In 40 years time, when my son/daughter in law call me a pointless old sob, I have evidence! I DID make a point once! Ha! Big Smile Smilie

Umm.. pardon my ignorance, but when did Lancastershire become a republic?? That was news to me. Big Smile Smilie

Your voting system sounds complicated! Here in Norway we can vote at the post in advance if you are not living in your home town, are away at voting day or already made up your mind. Smile Smilie But there is a boot, where you put your vote in an envelope in peace and privacy and then put in an urn in front of a witness.
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