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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by Bradman on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:07

que?
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by skully on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:08

Bradman wrote:que?
Our esteemed mod is quite touchy about the colloquial term for a cigarette being used on this forum.
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by tac on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:08

I think someone is suggesting that your use of term "fags" is running close to the wind . . .

Of course, it is obvious that "fags" in your sentence is perfectly acceptable . . .
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by skully on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:10

Big Jack mans up. Cool
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by Bradman on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:18

FFS! This a UK based cricket forum and no-one has used that term the way I used it?

I had to fly 12000 miles twice a year for the privilege of being referred to as such. I'm beginning to feel sorry for Prince Harry and his P--ki mate.
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by tac on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:21

It's France-based, and yes we, most of us, understand your use of "fag", bradders . . . no need to get menopausal . . .
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by Zat on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:21

Someone got really narky over it. I thought I'd be a little light hearted...

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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by taipan on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:27

Zat wrote:The daily average post count for the forum is almost 500. 499.58 last time I checked.

Given that there have been some very quiet days, and the count still rises, we must be in a most prolific posting period at the moment.

499.77 now. Get posting.
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by Zat on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:30

taipan wrote:
Zat wrote:The daily average post count for the forum is almost 500. 499.58 last time I checked.

Given that there have been some very quiet days, and the count still rises, we must be in a most prolific posting period at the moment.

499.77 now. Get posting.
FFS, skully, Peter and I are all above 60 for the day. We can't be expected to carry this place.

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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by taipan on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:33

Zat wrote:
taipan wrote:
Zat wrote:The daily average post count for the forum is almost 500. 499.58 last time I checked.

Given that there have been some very quiet days, and the count still rises, we must be in a most prolific posting period at the moment.

499.77 now. Get posting.
FFS, skully, Peter and I are all above 60 for the day. We can't be expected to carry this place.

Getting stroppy now you are off the Santas?
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by Zat on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 06:34

taipan wrote:
Zat wrote:
taipan wrote:
Zat wrote:The daily average post count for the forum is almost 500. 499.58 last time I checked.

Given that there have been some very quiet days, and the count still rises, we must be in a most prolific posting period at the moment.

499.77 now. Get posting.
FFS, skully, Peter and I are all above 60 for the day. We can't be expected to carry this place.

Getting stroppy now you are off the Santas?
Nah, I am an all powerful cyborg now.

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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by skully on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 07:12

Zat wrote:
taipan wrote:
Zat wrote:The daily average post count for the forum is almost 500. 499.58 last time I checked.

Given that there have been some very quiet days, and the count still rises, we must be in a most prolific posting period at the moment.

499.77 now. Get posting.
FFS, skully, Peter and I are all above 60 for the day. We can't be expected to carry this place.
Damn straight. Lift ya farkin games, the rest of you soft c0cks. What a Face
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by skully on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 07:13

tac wrote:It's France-based, and yes we, most of us, understand your use of "fag", bradders . . . no need to get menopausal . . .
Is qmy on the Frydy arvo fire-water?
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by eowyn on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 07:29

skully wrote:
tac wrote:It's France-based, and yes we, most of us, understand your use of "fag", bradders . . . no need to get menopausal . . .
Is qmy on the Frydy arvo fire-water?

I hope so. I need entertaining.
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by skully on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 07:30

I think he's fallen asleep at his desk.

How is Herman the Hamster today, your nibbliness?
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by eowyn on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 07:39

He's lost his squeak, I'm a tad worried about him.
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by skully on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 07:43

They do that when you squeeze them hard enough.

My best mate back in primary school days used to have a collection of hamsters or guinee pigs (or sumpent like that) and his down-syndrome little sister used to love giving his prized gerbils a loving squeeze.

After about 4 days the smell would lead him to the squished little beasties under his bed.

By God, I'm sure Zoggy will have a field day with this one. Shocked
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by eowyn on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 07:49

Guinea pigs make a hell of noise if you squeeze them too hard, they must have been hamsters......
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by skully on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 08:02

eowyn wrote:Guinea pigs make a hell of noise if you squeeze them too hard, they must have been hamsters......
There's a difference?? I'm sure Trev posted a while back that he reckoned hamsters, guinee pigs and gerbils all looked the same to him.
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by taipan on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 08:05

skully wrote:
eowyn wrote:Guinea pigs make a hell of noise if you squeeze them too hard, they must have been hamsters......
There's a difference?? I'm sure Trev posted a while back that he reckoned hamsters, guinee pigs and gerbils all looked the same to him.

From what angle?
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by tac on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 08:05

skully wrote:
eowyn wrote:Guinea pigs make a hell of noise if you squeeze them too hard, they must have been hamsters......
There's a difference?? I'm sure Trev posted a while back that he reckoned hamsters, guinee pigs and gerbils all looked the same to him.

Exhausted, rather squashed looking and covered in shit?
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by skully on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 08:06

He said something about "feeling".
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by Bradman on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 09:55

eowyn wrote:
skully wrote:
tac wrote:It's France-based, and yes we, most of us, understand your use of "fag", bradders . . . no need to get menopausal . . .
Is qmy on the Frydy arvo fire-water?

I hope so. I need entertaining.

Guilty as charged but as I'm working (was working) on a job for the PNG EC I plead self defence.

I'm still stuffed why anyone would get upset over that word even if I'd used it in it's most extreme derogatory sense. I've seen worse on this place. People throw the most derogatory word in the English language (very skilfully disguised of course) around like there's no tomorrow.
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by skully on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 09:58

It's one of Dello's few sacred rules, qmy. It resulted in the only deleted post I've ever incurred.

JD knows what the hosts will and won't tolerate. shrug
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Re: Forum Statistics

Post by taipan on Fri 13 Mar 2009, 10:02

Bradman wrote:
eowyn wrote:
skully wrote:
tac wrote:It's France-based, and yes we, most of us, understand your use of "fag", bradders . . . no need to get menopausal . . .
Is qmy on the Frydy arvo fire-water?

I hope so. I need entertaining.

Guilty as charged but as I'm working (was working) on a job for the PNG EC I plead self defence.

I'm still stuffed why anyone would get upset over that word even if I'd used it in it's most extreme derogatory sense. I've seen worse on this place. People throw the most derogatory word in the English language (very skilfully disguised of course) around like there's no tomorrow.

Check your PMs
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