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Posted By: linglieglen

Old Wives Club, All regular Hijackers of posts are welcome. You must have hijacked at least two subjects to be admitted, and not know anything about the subject that has been posted. Membership is not restricted to Female Old Wives, Male Old Wives are also welcome.



Posted By: dojoman

Good post, love it :clap:

Posted By: linglieglen

Forgot to say that meetings will be held in The Sad Café. Linglieglen

Posted By: Byker

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Forgot to say that meetings will be held in The Sad Café.
    Linglieglen

Better to have them in spurs's local....The Two Hats :D

Posted By: Tangutica

I'll fit right in here then. I'm often told I haven't a clue what I am talking about or that my comments have 'derailed' the thread away from the original topic!
Is there going to be a bar and soft seats and music?
*editing to say I've just seen the thread where it was suggested that this Old Wives Club be set up! Hilarious! Well done! It could even turn out to be a bit like 'real life' you know - where someone starts talking about something and others will butt in or interrupt but when that subject has been covered, people start talking about other stuff or just generally chatting and having a bit of a laugh?

Posted By: scottie

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Forgot to say that meetings will be held in The Sad Café.
    Linglieglen

Now there is a kind person to offer "THEIR PLACE " to hold the meetings.
:lol:

Posted By: linglieglen

Wondered when you would join in Scottie - "Birds of a feather"

Posted By: Tangutica

  • scottie wrote:
    • linglieglen wrote:
      Forgot to say that meetings will be held in The Sad Café.
      Linglieglen

    Now there is a kind person to offer "THEIR PLACE " to hold the meetings.
    :lol:

Yes but not surprising Scottie because there will of course be only 'kind and nice' people in here lol! The sort that don't fall out of their pram if someone makes a typo, says something stupid, doesn't have knowledge of 'subject matter' or even (perish the thought) makes a comment not directly related to the TITLE of the thread!
8)





Posted By: scottie

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Wondered when you would join in Scottie - "Birds of a feather"

Does keep the forum ticking over does it not ?????

Posted By: linglieglen

Where would it be without you Scottie. Keep on posting.

Posted By: scottie

Thank you so much. :)

Posted By: linglieglen

Where are you Geoffreys? All your friends have joined, a seat has been kept for you at the top of the table.

Posted By: dojoman

I love this thread :D and find it very apt. I frequent quite a few different forums but this one is by the worst for having various threads hijacked. I understand there is a thread for jokes etc, so why can`t people if they feel the need to make a "humorous" comment, confine these comments to the joke thread? Also why do so many people go off topic? I know that people give their advice and time freely, this is all appreciated, what irks me is when you check in to a thread and there is a reply, only to discover the reply is nothing to do with the original topic :x I will now stand back and prepare to take the usual flack :D

Posted By: scottie

Perhaps that is the problem. I have never even visited another forum. Perhaps time to do so but was happy with " just the one " !!! :( By the way I have never knowingly hijacked a thread and on the one occassion I was wrongly accused of doing so by panda 10 one day last week I went out of my way to have my post deleted

Posted By: Tangutica

  • dojoman wrote:
    I love this thread :D and find it very apt. I frequent quite a few different forums but this one is by the worst for having various threads hijacked. I understand there is a thread for jokes etc, so why can`t people if they feel the need to make a "humorous" comment, confine these comments to the joke thread? Also why do so many people go off topic? I know that people give their advice and time freely, this is all appreciated, what irks me is when you check in to a thread and there is a reply, only to discover the reply is nothing to do with the original topic :x I will now stand back and prepare to take the usual flack :D

Is this sort of thing allowed in here? Dagnammit you cannot escape the moaners!
:twisted:
dojoman if you don't go off topic or post waffle coz you don't understand the subject. This is not the place for you! This is a padded cell for OFFENDERS!



Posted By: dojoman

I understand that but will the offenders stay in this padded cell? :D

Posted By: scottie

  • spanner wrote:
    It's only me!

Grab a chair......sit a while :lol:

Posted By: spanner

It's only me!

Posted By: sandyoap

grandad says he thinks lots of people only read the title of a thread and The Last Post (bugle please). so he wants to know if grumpy old gits can join the old wives club, and when cyprussmoothie ('vee its me') changed ID to be called spanner. he also presumes someone will be along shortly to tell him where to get a bugle.

Posted By: mouse

  • sandyoap wrote:
    grandad says he thinks lots of people only read the title of a thread and The Last Post (bugle please). so he wants to know if grumpy old gits can join the old wives club, and when cyprussmoothie ('vee its me') changed ID to be called spanner. he also presumes someone will be along shortly to tell him where to get a bugle.

I'm bored with this thread.!! I know lets change what we are talking about, coz I'm good at going off topic.
The Last post
A similar tune but much nicer is ' Il Silenzio' (The Silence) was a hit in 1965 for I think Nini Rosso. But the best version is by Melissa Venema who was only aged 13 when she performed it at the Vrijthof Maastricht with Andre'Rieu. Type in the name and see it on" You Tube" or Flixxe. Brilliant.

Posted By: sandyoap

silence is golden, mouse

Posted By: linglieglen

TO STEVE (THE ADMINISTRATER) Think you should start an Old Wives section, looks like we have a big hit here. Linglieglen



Posted By: mouse

  • sandyoap wrote:
    silence is golden, mouse

The Tremeloes 1967, got to No.1

Posted By: sandyoap

MCMLXVII ?... why didn't you say so to start with? and grandad still wants to know about the grumpy old gits.

Posted By: scottie

  • mouse wrote:
    • sandyoap wrote:
      grandad says he thinks lots of people only read the title of a thread and The Last Post (bugle please). so he wants to know if grumpy old gits can join the old wives club, and when cyprussmoothie ('vee its me') changed ID to be called spanner. he also presumes someone will be along shortly to tell him where to get a bugle.

Why does grandad have to ask who does he think started it ? :lol:

Posted By: Tangutica

Grumpy old gits welcome if it was up to me. Bleedin' miseryguts not welcome!

Posted By: scottie

  • Tangutica wrote:
    Grumpy old gits welcome if it was up to me.
    Bleedin' miseryguts not welcome!

Can wives be grumpy old gits Tang. ? :lol:

Posted By: fettler

  • mouse wrote:
    • sandyoap wrote:
      silence is golden, mouse

    The Tremeloes 1967, got to No.1

One of the few occasions when the copy was better than the original - written by The Four Seasons (well, two of them anyway).
Cheers
Alex
There, that's got us right off the topic.

Posted By: mouse

  • fettler wrote:
    • mouse wrote:
      • sandyoap wrote:
        silence is golden, mouse

      The Tremeloes 1967, got to No.1

    One of the few occasions when the copy was better than the original - written by The Four Seasons (well, two of them anyway).
    Cheers
    Alex
    There, that's got us right off the topic.

Saw them live in the nineties at Chelmsford, they did Sound of Silence Acapello, Brilliant.



Posted By: scottie

  • linglieglen wrote:
    TO STEVE (THE ADMINISTRATER)
    Think you should start an Old Wives section, looks like we have a big hit here.
    Linglieglen

I second that the proof being it has bumped your posts up to 218 posts in 4 years. Now where would the forum have been without that great input ??

Posted By: linglieglen

Need to get up to around 2000 posts per year to qualify for OWC. No where near at 218 in posts in 4 years, and not a hijack in site,

Posted By: LynSab

I agree with everything everyone has said :D :D Now does anyone know a good hair and nail salon please ?

Posted By: scottie

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Need to get up to around 2000 posts per year to qualify for OWC. No where near at 218 in posts in 4 years, and not a hijack in site,

Think you have missed the point ........no input.........hijacks included......equals ???..... No forum :roll:

Posted By: Tangutica

Morning Scottie - now I do not detect a slight note of 'disagreement' appearing here do I?
*Not that I am moaning about it of course, you understand, perish the thought! Don't wanna get kicked out of the OWC before it got off the ground lol!

Posted By: scottie

  • Tangutica wrote:
    Morning Scottie - now I do not detect a slight note of 'disagreement' appearing here do I?
    *Not that I am moaning about it of course, you understand, perish the thought! Don't wanna get kicked out of the OWC before it got off the ground lol!

Morning Tang I just looked on it as trying to put a bit of balance in. :lol
I don't want to leave either......love it !!!!! Enough of this.........have you seen any good films lately :lol:

Posted By: Tangutica

How refreshing to hear them called 'films' and not 'movies' lol! (see how agreeable I am being?) Only on the Satellite 'Movie' Channels. Been quite some time since I saw a film at the pictures (that would be cinema to people who call them movies!)





Posted By: linglieglen

Not missed the point Scottie - No Highjacks means better form (In my opinion) If you had an Old Wives Club you could keep all the trivia and irrelevancy contained in that.

Posted By: scottie

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Not missed the point Scottie - No Highjacks means better form (In my opinion)
    If you had an Old Wives Club you could keep all the trivia and irrelevancy contained in that.

You may say that but as to the best of my knowledge I have never knowingly hijacked, so cannot possibly comment. A bit of banter does no one any harm and IMHO if someone goes off thread you should get in there and persist till you get it back on course. I did in fact look on all of this as a bit of banter, do hope I am not wrong again. : :oops:

Posted By: linglieglen

Will accept it Scottie in the spirit in which it was given.

Posted By: mouse

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Will accept it Scottie in the spirit in which it was given.

I think scottie likes Whisky. :?

Posted By: scottie

  • mouse wrote:
    • linglieglen wrote:
      Will accept it Scottie in the spirit in which it was given.

    I think scottie likes Whisky. :?

Sorry Kevin one of these boring non drinkers. I am partial to a nice cup of tea though :lol:

Posted By: mouse

  • scottie wrote:
    • mouse wrote:
      • linglieglen wrote:
        Will accept it Scottie in the spirit in which it was given.

      I think scottie likes Whisky. :?

    Sorry Kevin one of these boring non drinkers. I am partial to a nice cup of tea though :lol:

Same as me!! Ann and I have at least 9 mugs a day each, 2 sugars as well. But Ann is partial to Bells or Famous Grouse whisky when we go out.
See how I keep changing the subject.

Posted By: scottie

  • mouse wrote:
    • scottie wrote:
      • mouse wrote:
        • linglieglen wrote:
          Will accept it Scottie in the spirit in which it was given.

        I think scottie likes Whisky. :?

      Sorry Kevin one of these boring non drinkers. I am partial to a nice cup of tea though :lol:

    Same as me!! Ann and I have at least 9 mugs a day each, 2 sugars as well. But Ann is partial to Bells or Famous Grouse whisky when we go out.
    See how I keep changing the subject.

So that means Ann has 10 mugs a day ?........... Think about it :)

Posted By: mouse

  • scottie wrote:
    • mouse wrote:
      • scottie wrote:
        • mouse wrote:
          • linglieglen wrote:
            Will accept it Scottie in the spirit in which it was given.

          I think scottie likes Whisky. :?

        Sorry Kevin one of these boring non drinkers. I am partial to a nice cup of tea though :lol:

      Same as me!! Ann and I have at least 9 mugs a day each, 2 sugars as well. But Ann is partial to Bells or Famous Grouse whisky when we go out.
      See how I keep changing the subject.

    So that means Ann has 10 mugs a day ?........... Think about it :)

Me a mug. :? :wink:

Posted By: scottie

  • mouse wrote:
    • scottie wrote:
      • mouse wrote:
        • scottie wrote:
          • mouse wrote:
            • linglieglen wrote:
              Will accept it Scottie in the spirit in which it was given.

            I think scottie likes Whisky. :?

          Sorry Kevin one of these boring non drinkers. I am partial to a nice cup of tea though :lol:

        Same as me!! Ann and I have at least 9 mugs a day each, 2 sugars as well. But Ann is partial to Bells or Famous Grouse whisky when we go out.
        See how I keep changing the subject.

      So that means Ann has 10 mugs a day ?........... Think about it :)[/quot
      Me a mug. :? :wink:

    Would I say that to you Kevin ? ................ :lol: :lol:

Posted By: fettler

Yo, mouse - what's your choice of tea? Does your lady drink the same brand? Can't you get her onto a decent single malt? So many questions...so little time... Cheers Alex

Posted By: mouse

  • fettler wrote:
    Yo, mouse - what's your choice of tea?
    Does your lady drink the same brand?
    Can't you get her onto a decent single malt?
    So many questions...so little time...
    Cheers
    Alex

Lidl's Silver in the red box, use too be PG, but too expensive.
Ann does like a single malt, but sticks to the other two as they are cheaper and I am tight. :wink:

Posted By: scottie

  • fettler wrote:
    Yo, mouse - what's your choice of tea?
    Does your lady drink the same brand?
    Can't you get her onto a decent single malt?
    So many questions...so little time...
    Cheers
    Alex

Talking about tea Alex, how do you think the election will go on Sunday.......oops off thread again :lol:

Posted By: fettler

Well scottie, I reckon the election will go like this... Mark, fold, push Mark fold, push Mark, fold, push Park, mold, fush Pork, lush, mafd Sorry, I'm wandering a bit... Alex

Posted By: scottie

  • fettler wrote:
    Well scottie, I reckon the election will go like this...
    Mark, fold, push
    Mark fold, push
    Mark, fold, push
    Park, mold, fush
    Pork, lush, mafd
    Sorry, I'm wandering a bit...
    Alex

Atta boy Alex now you've got it !!

Posted By: fettler

I apologise for the comma missing from line 3. Please be assured that this was a finger problem and not a punctuational error. You just can't trust these digital things, can you? Goodnight Alex

Posted By: Bigade

Any room for a little one ... :-)

Posted By: scottie

  • fettler wrote:
    I apologise for the comma missing from line 3.
    Please be assured that this was a finger problem and not a punctuational error.
    You just can't trust these digital things, can you?
    Goodnight
    Alex

Apologise indeed!? That missing comma has just won you your first " Gold Star " Well done :lol:

Posted By: sandyoap

T made a bit of a recovery today on the NYSE but personally i wouldn't touch em with a barge pole.

Posted By: fettler

  • sandyoap wrote:
    T made a bit of a recovery today on the NYSE but personally i wouldn't touch em with a barge pole.

How about a teaspoon? :D
Alex

Posted By: Bigade

  • fettler wrote:
    • sandyoap wrote:
      T made a bit of a recovery today on the NYSE but personally i wouldn't touch em with a barge pole.

    How about a teaspoon? :D
    Alex

No, you definitely need Marmite ....... everyone knows that. :wink:

Posted By: linglieglen

Keep it going you Old Wives, see if you can reach a record number of replies. It now means peace and quiet for most other posts.

Posted By: scottie

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Keep it going you Old Wives, see if you can reach a record number of replies. It now means peace and quiet for most other posts.

YOU THINK?? Have a look at poor Campbells post re the Pope !!!! :lol:
By the way welcome, glad you decided to join our happy band and bump up the numbers of posts :lol:

Posted By: Tangutica

  • fettler wrote:
    I apologise for the comma missing from line 3.
    Please be assured that this was a finger problem and not a punctuational error.
    You just can't trust these digital things, can you?
    Goodnight
    Alex

:lol: :lol: :lol:
Our detractors are drawn to us like metal filings to a magnet! (not you Fettler!)
Morning all!

Posted By: mouse

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Keep it going you Old Wives, see if you can reach a record number of replies. It now means peace and quiet for most other posts.

I know you started this thread, BUT KEEP OUT , :wink: Its not for Grumpy Gits its for old wives and others. :lol:

Posted By: fettler

  • Tangutica wrote:
    • fettler wrote:
      I apologise for the comma missing from line 3.
      Please be assured that this was a finger problem and not a punctuational error.
      You just can't trust these digital things, can you?
      Goodnight
      Alex

    :lol: :lol: :lol:
    Our detractors are drawn to us like metal filings to a magnet! (not you Fettler!)
    Morning all!

On first sight I thought that said "fillings". I'll probably have toothache all day now.
Alex

Posted By: linglieglen

Unfortunately Scottie, as I told you before, I cannot join, as I do not meet the criteria.

Posted By: scottie

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Unfortunately Scottie, as I told you before, I cannot join, as I do not meet the criteria.

Unfortunately you have joined in.........you are here :lol:

Posted By: linglieglen

No Scottie, I'm just an observer. By the way what's wrong with your friend Geoffreys, he is conspicuous by his absence.

Posted By: Tangutica

linglieglen - of course you are not an OBSERVER. You are not just observing, you are POSTING and butting in and commenting and all sorts - you might even have posted here more than some who DO meet the criteria! Very odd considering you profess not to like all this stuff? Now back to trivialities. Fettler - I had a root canal filling on Thurs. I am booked for a crown - please keep all mentions of toothache to a minimum - ta. Boss is driving me nuts. Up late converting PDFs into stuff a simpleton like him can use - telling him exactly what to do with them - then he screws up all the formatting and sends them back. Dog is driving me nuts - has devised a new fun game - bark for my attention and then run under the bed? She got me at it so much I actually got flat on the floor to make sure there wasn't anything under there! And ... last but not least ... it's blerdy RAINING. Nuff trivia for now

Posted By: linglieglen

Well Tanq, guess I am an observant poster.

Posted By: Tangutica

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Well Tanq, guess I am an observant poster.

Not that observant - there's no 'q' in Tangutica!
More trivia. It is now thundering loudly. I reckon my dog could sense the storm in the air and was warning me - she always hides under the bed when it thunders.

Posted By: scottie

  • Tangutica wrote:
    • linglieglen wrote:
      Well Tanq, guess I am an observant poster.

    Not that observant - there's no 'q' in Tangutica!
    More trivia. It is now thundering loudly. I reckon my dog could sense the storm in the air and was warning me - she always hides under the bed when it thunders.

Ain't that funny I hide under the bed too. This post comes from an observer and not a poster. Any typos please excuse, difficult under the bed

Posted By: Tangutica

I'm tempted to just post non stop for an hour or so moaning about the terrible weather. I've been moaned at on this forum in the past for posting about taking my dog out for a walk and where we went 'we don't want to know every time you take your dog out' lol! Do I look bovvered?

Posted By: scottie

Not wanting to hijack the thread .....thread?? .....what thread.? Have just had a tingle of excitement run through me ( now I am out from under the bed ). Tomorrow we could be on the verge of a Brave New World, when the votes are counted. Who was it who said " nothing changes everything stays the same? " :)

Posted By: journo

Don't ever complain about the cold again and stop paying AIK to warm your place up in winter http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-21537988 ...sorry, seems I've been brainwashed.

Posted By: journo

Thought about moving in scottie :D Seems a liberating and fun alternative to working seven days a week, having to quote pillocks accurately, stick to a brief and not bias anything with a personal opinion :D :D Think I might just adopt this as a 'des. res.' At least half the 'clubs' on the island seem to be run by would-be-dictators so it's great to see that the Old Wives Club is controlled by chaos theory alone!

Posted By: scottie

I know I am asking for some ripe answers on this one. Must be a bit of dog in me I know it is coming around 2 hours before it hits. Headache, nerves all over the place. A real relief when I hear that first roll of thunder. Come on Kevin :lol: :lol:

Posted By: scottie

Welcome and dont forget the rules................. :lol: :lol: :lol:

Posted By: Tangutica

  • journo wrote:
    Thought about moving in scottie :D
    Seems a liberating and fun alternative to working seven days a week, having to quote pillocks accurately, stick to a brief and not bias anything with a personal opinion :D :D
    Think I might just adopt this as a 'des. res.'
    At least half the 'clubs' on the island seem to be run by would-be-dictators so it's great to see that the Old Wives Club is controlled by chaos theory alone!

Welcome to the nuthouse. Be as biased and inaccurate as you please!
Dog wasn't teaching me a new 'game' she obviously heard the storm coming before I did (she always heads for under the bed when there are storms).

Posted By: journo

Indeed scottie, a brave new world with the golden one who sees himself as the president elect having trolled round asking other governments, corporates etc etc to give Cyprus a short term loan till the Troika decides what to do. Mirror, mirror on the wall.........

Posted By: scottie

Nice to see you on the Old Wives Club journo. Are you joining or just visiting? :)

Posted By: mouse

  • scottie wrote:
    I know I am asking for some ripe answers on this one. Must be a bit of dog in me I know it is coming around 2 hours before it hits. Headache, nerves all over the place. A real relief when I hear that first roll of thunder. Come on Kevin :lol: :lol:

I'm Lightning quick.!! :wink:
Do you wear Hush Puppies .!! Or it could be you are Barking mad and a bit Dogmatic and don't like Ruff justice. I think I just dropped a howler.
By the way never buy a Labrador, have you noticed the amount of people who go blind after getting one.

Posted By: fettler

You should be in bed by now. (Liked the labrador joke, though) Cheers Alex

Posted By: scottie

  • mouse wrote:
    • scottie wrote:
      I know I am asking for some ripe answers on this one. Must be a bit of dog in me I know it is coming around 2 hours before it hits. Headache, nerves all over the place. A real relief when I hear that first roll of thunder. Come on Kevin :lol: :lol:

    I'm Lightning quick.!! :wink:
    Do you wear Hush Puppies .!! Or it could be you are Barking mad and a bit Dogmatic and don't like Ruff justice. I think I just dropped a howler.
    By the way never buy a Labrador, have you noticed the amount of people who go blind after getting one.

Comments much kinder than expected. Thought I was going to have to lick my wounds :lol:

Posted By: Kayzie-mou

"Thought I was going to have to lick my wounds" Laughing Scottie - I thought it was other things dogs preferred to lick :roll: :lol:

Posted By: scottie

  • Kayzie-mou wrote:
    "Thought I was going to have to lick my wounds" Laughing
    Scottie - I thought it was other things dogs preferred to lick :roll: :lol:

Depends where the wounds are I suppose :lol:

Posted By: linglieglen

Hi, I am so pleased that Old Wives Club has found what looks to be a regular spot on the forum. It gives me a great deal of satisfaction that this has been successful and that you now have a dedicated place to continue your many conversations. Perhaps at first my motives were fuelled by annoyance at the hijacking tactics of some of the posters, but that has been replaced by genuine satisfaction. There have been some hurtful comments directed towards me, but I suppose in the early posts I probably deserved some of them. Mouse was particularly scathing, and I so admired his courage in revealing to the forum that he liked wearing dresses and high heels. Biggest regret is that Geoffreys (The super poster) has not participated, maybe it's the crossdressing aspect that puts him off. Keep on posting and hopefully you can break records. Linglieglen

Posted By: scottie

Chicken :lol: :lol:

Posted By: Bigade

.............neither abusive language, neither worthless words, nor of disgrace, nor of nonsense- these things that are unnecessary, but in place of these, thanksgiving. Ephesians 5:4

Posted By: scottie

  • Bigade wrote:
    .............neither abusive language, neither worthless words, nor of disgrace, nor of nonsense- these things that are unnecessary, but in place of these, thanksgiving.
    Ephesians 5:4

Took me a few minutes.......but funny :lol:

Posted By: Tangutica

  • journo wrote:
    Don't ever complain about the cold again and stop paying AIK to warm your place up in winter
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-21537988
    ...sorry, seems I've been brainwashed.

    Quote:
  • "When the temperature drops to -15C (5F) we always cover the prams with blankets," says head teacher Brittmarie Carlzon
.
:shock:
Geez that's only a few degrees warmer than the temp for a frozen food cold store!

Posted By: scottie

  • Tangutica wrote:
    • journo wrote:
      Don't ever complain about the cold again and stop paying AIK to warm your place up in winter
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-21537988
      ...sorry, seems I've been brainwashed.

      Quote:
    • "When the temperature drops to -15C (5F) we always cover the prams with blankets," says head teacher Brittmarie Carlzon
    .
    :shock:
    Geez that's only a few degrees warmer than the temp for a frozen food cold store!

Don't know how it is now but in Scotland when I.was young the routine . was baby up, fed, bathed, dressed then in pram and outside no matter how cold, so not new. We always knew when Dad had gone to work, it got cold..........reason? He had taken his coat off the bed to go to work :lol:

Posted By: mouse

  • linglieglen wrote:
    Hi,
    I am so pleased that Old Wives Club has found what looks to be a regular spot on the forum.
    It gives me a great deal of satisfaction that this has been successful and that you now have a dedicated place to continue your many conversations.
    Perhaps at first my motives were fuelled by annoyance at the hijacking tactics of some of the posters, but that has been replaced by genuine satisfaction.
    There have been some hurtful comments directed towards me, but I suppose in the early posts I probably deserved some of them. Mouse was particularly scathing, and I so admired his courage in revealing to the forum that he liked wearing dresses and high heels.
    Biggest regret is that Geoffreys (The super poster) has not participated, maybe it's the crossdressing aspect that puts him off.
    Keep on posting and hopefully you can break records.
    Linglieglen

He's a die hard Conservative, so he wouldn't find anything funny now. :wink:

Posted By: Tangutica

  • mouse wrote:
    • linglieglen wrote:
      Hi,
      I am so pleased that Old Wives Club has found what looks to be a regular spot on the forum.
      It gives me a great deal of satisfaction that this has been successful and that you now have a dedicated place to continue your many conversations.
      Perhaps at first my motives were fuelled by annoyance at the hijacking tactics of some of the posters, but that has been replaced by genuine satisfaction.
      There have been some hurtful comments directed towards me, but I suppose in the early posts I probably deserved some of them. Mouse was particularly scathing, and I so admired his courage in revealing to the forum that he liked wearing dresses and high heels.
      Biggest regret is that Geoffreys (The super poster) has not participated, maybe it's the crossdressing aspect that puts him off.
      Keep on posting and hopefully you can break records.
      Linglieglen

    He's a die hard Conservative, so he wouldn't find anything funny now. :wink:

I really HATE to encourage you but .... LOL!
I feel like we have a class monitor in here with linglien's regular prissy little 'keep it up' posts!

Posted By: scottie

Looks like the " Fat Lady " has sung :o :cry:

Posted By: journo

I knew the larger size ladies were represented on Brazil's catwalks, scottie: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-21572849 ... I just didn't realise they sang :D . Agree Tangutica. This thread isn't in essence different from any other; and the OP does appear to pop up frequently in 'overly smug mode'. But then how long IS a piece of string? :D

Posted By: scottie

No disrespect intended re overweight ladies.........just an old saying :) Great clip :)

Posted By: Tangutica

Great link journo! And what a finale! Sat here with my coffee and a big smile.


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