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PostPost #51  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Debi wrote:
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as a vegan of nearly 10 years, i say nothing... (mainly because i cant actually remember what cheese is like Laughing Wink)


..same thing here.. We are not worthy!


and i havent eaten beef or pork since i was about 12. but i do eat chicken and fish - sorry Wierded Out

i have to eat something as i am fairly limited.

i went to italy once and lost about half a stone in 5 days. Rolling Eyes


I forget something..I´m not all the time vegan..if I want fish, I eat it..but pork and such things..hmm.. Sad
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PostPost #52  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Debi wrote:
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as a vegan of nearly 10 years, i say nothing... (mainly because i cant actually remember what cheese is like Laughing Wink)


i actually dont like the taste of cheese Wierded Out nor the smell Wierded Out christ - i have to leave the premises if i smell cheese cooking Wierded Out Wierded Out Wierded Out makes I sick up Surprised Wierded Out Surprised

but i like cheesecake Surprised

how wierd is that Laughing


Mmm - can't relate in the slightest. I've never had a cheese I didn't like. Very Happy I'm the least picky eater I know, the more unusual the better - eh, what can I say. I like food, but as with everything, all in moderation. I eat very healthy but I love rich cheeses and I just don't think about how unhealthy some of that stuff is. Laughing
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PostPost #53  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

oh, reading this I get really hungry Rolling Eyes ... prepare myself some oats with fruit and milk, now ... Mr. Green
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PostPost #54  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Nicole wrote:
Debi wrote:
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as a vegan of nearly 10 years, i say nothing... (mainly because i cant actually remember what cheese is like Laughing Wink)


i actually dont like the taste of cheese Wierded Out nor the smell Wierded Out christ - i have to leave the premises if i smell cheese cooking Wierded Out Wierded Out Wierded Out makes I sick up Surprised Wierded Out Surprised

but i like cheesecake Surprised

how wierd is that Laughing


Mmm - can't relate in the slightest. I've never had a cheese I didn't like. Very Happy I'm the least picky eater I know, the more unusual the better - eh, what can I say. I like food, but as with everything, all in moderation. I eat very healthy but I love rich cheeses and I just don't think about how unhealthy some of that stuff is. Laughing


i'm not picky. far from it... i choose to not eat certain things for health or ethical reasons, but out of all the things i can eat, there are very few things i dont like... apart from olives which are the devil's food. brrrrrr Wierded Out Laughing
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PostPost #55  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Quiff Boy wrote:

i'm not picky. far from it... i choose to not eat certain things for health or ethical reasons, but out of all the things i can eat, there are very few things i dont like... apart from olives which are the devil's food. brrrrrr Wierded Out Laughing


Funny that - olives are about the only thing I'm not crazy about - unless of course it's in the bottom of a martini glass thoroughly soaked in gin. Mr. Green
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PostPost #56  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

nice Very Happy

but even so, i'd prefer a lime in there. and a dash of tonic.and not in a martini glass - they're too small Wink
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PostPost #57  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

..and what about the secret gig? *räusper* Wink
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PostPost #58  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Moakahontas wrote:
..and what about the secret gig? *räusper* Wink

oh yeah, that... Laughing

no idea Sad
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PostPost #59  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 4:05 pm    Post subject: Re: A Secret 404 Gig?? Reply with quote Back to top

Debi wrote:
Somewhere last week i read someone asking / wondering whether they'd be a secret gig by the sisters. i never saw an answer to this - anyone know? Confused


Leeds Cockpit, is/was/will be It wasn't me... Laughing
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PostPost #60  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 4:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

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nice Very Happy

but even so, i'd prefer a lime in there. and a dash of tonic.and not in a martini glass - they're too small Wink


I tend to agree, a gin and tonic is always my drink of choice, has been for years. But, well, I like gin, so that means I'll take martinis too, which only came up because olives were mentioned. Wink
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PostPost #61  Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 4:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

if you consider all the reasons stated above for them doing a secret gig in the first place you will see that they have no need to do one at the moment.

i cant see them needing one next year either, due to the large number of gigs they have just played... its not as if they will be rusty Laughing

the next foreseeable situation i can see that might warrant one will be the 30th anniversary on 16th feb 2011 Idea
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PostPost #62  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 9:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

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i am gobsmacked with just how ill he has been - why is this? just unlucky, poor immune system or too much indulging in things he shouldn't Confused


Count yourself happy, if you've never caught one of these Noro-beasts ...

They are really Wierded Out Wierded Out Wierded Out Wierded Out Wierded Out - and you can't do anything to fight them.
The worst is, they remain in your system (usually up to three months, or longer)
until you overcome them - by eating loads of good food, fruit and legume, and so on ...

Insofar, it's surely better the Mexico gig has been cancelled ...


i think i should count myself lucky - touch wood i have never been really ill, nor have i been at all unwell for years. i think its all the exercise that i do - nothing gets the chance to get me Laughing
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PostPost #63  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 9:28 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

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nice Very Happy

but even so, i'd prefer a lime in there. and a dash of tonic.and not in a martini glass - they're too small Wink


fair play Main Man!!! I like those HUGE wine glasses they serve you in a bar where i have to use both hands!!

husband says - oh - they knew you wanted a bucket of wine did they Laughing

although to be fair i always have a 1/3 soda water anyway - too strong for me otherwise - lightweight Mr. Green
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PostPost #64  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 9:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Quiff Boy wrote:
if you consider all the reasons stated above for them doing a secret gig in the first place you will see that they have no need to do one at the moment.

i cant see them needing one next year either, due to the large number of gigs they have just played... its not as if they will be rusty Laughing

the next foreseeable situation i can see that might warrant one will be the 30th anniversary on 16th feb 2011 Idea


arrrgrgghhhhh - i'll be 41 then - i cant wait that long Surprised Confused Sad Surprised
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PostPost #65  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 9:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Debi wrote:
Quiff Boy wrote:
if you consider all the reasons stated above for them doing a secret gig in the first place you will see that they have no need to do one at the moment.

i cant see them needing one next year either, due to the large number of gigs they have just played... its not as if they will be rusty Laughing

the next foreseeable situation i can see that might warrant one will be the 30th anniversary on 16th feb 2011 Idea


arrrgrgghhhhh - i'll be 41 then - i cant wait that long Surprised Confused Sad Surprised


i am even finding myself wondering if there is life past 40 Surprised Confused Neutral Sad Mad Crying or Very sad Surprised Wink Neutral Surprised Confused Confused Neutral Surprised Sad Rolling Eyes Surprised Rolling Eyes
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PostPost #66  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 9:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Debi wrote:
Debi wrote:
Quiff Boy wrote:
if you consider all the reasons stated above for them doing a secret gig in the first place you will see that they have no need to do one at the moment.

i cant see them needing one next year either, due to the large number of gigs they have just played... its not as if they will be rusty Laughing

the next foreseeable situation i can see that might warrant one will be the 30th anniversary on 16th feb 2011 Idea


arrrgrgghhhhh - i'll be 41 then - i cant wait that long Surprised Confused Sad Surprised


i am even finding myself wondering if there is life past 40 Surprised Confused Neutral Sad Mad Crying or Very sad Surprised Wink Neutral Surprised Confused Confused Neutral Surprised Sad Rolling Eyes Surprised Rolling Eyes


you'll soon find out, wont'cha? Mr. Green


Surprised Surprised Surprised

*sees slipper hurtling towards her*


*runs away*
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PostPost #67  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 9:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

LouLou wrote:
Debi wrote:
Debi wrote:
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if you consider all the reasons stated above for them doing a secret gig in the first place you will see that they have no need to do one at the moment.

i cant see them needing one next year either, due to the large number of gigs they have just played... its not as if they will be rusty Laughing

the next foreseeable situation i can see that might warrant one will be the 30th anniversary on 16th feb 2011 Idea


arrrgrgghhhhh - i'll be 41 then - i cant wait that long Surprised Confused Sad Surprised


i am even finding myself wondering if there is life past 40 Surprised Confused Neutral Sad Mad Crying or Very sad Surprised Wink Neutral Surprised Confused Confused Neutral Surprised Sad Rolling Eyes Surprised Rolling Eyes


you'll soon find out, wont'cha? Mr. Green


arrrgghhgggg Wierded Out

rub it in why dont'cha Rolling Eyes

still - i have seven more months left to cram the rest of my life into Sad
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PostPost #68  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 9:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

damn, that was a late edit Laughing
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PostPost #69  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 9:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

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damn, that was a late edit Laughing


ahah. see - you gotta get up pretty early to catch me out Mr. Green





that is until i need my zimmer frame Laughing
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Debi wrote:
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damn, that was a late edit Laughing


ahah. see - you gotta get up pretty early to catch me out Mr. Green





that is until i need my zimmer frame Laughing


no need for this yet then?



Mr. Green Razz
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LouLou wrote:
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damn, that was a late edit Laughing


ahah. see - you gotta get up pretty early to catch me out Mr. Green





that is until i need my zimmer frame Laughing


no need for this yet then?



Mr. Green Razz


woah - hey - hang on - hold up a minute chick Surprised

i'll have you know that i am running the bristol half marathan again this year Laughing
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PostPost #72  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 10:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

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good lord ole Our fearless leader! needs a large piece of my cheesecake does he not Surprised


Not a bit of it - he's just compact. Mr. Green
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PostPost #73  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 10:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

7anthea7 wrote:
Debi wrote:
good lord ole Our fearless leader! needs a large piece of my cheesecake does he not Surprised


Not a bit of it - he's just compact. Mr. Green


i didn't mean short Laughing
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PostPost #74  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 10:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Debi wrote:
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good lord ole Our fearless leader! needs a large piece of my cheesecake does he not Surprised


Not a bit of it - he's just compact. Mr. Green


i didn't mean short Laughing


The full quote is: 'I'm not anorexic, I'm just compact - COMPACT!'

His very words.
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PostPost #75  Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 10:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

7anthea7 wrote:
Debi wrote:
7anthea7 wrote:
Debi wrote:
good lord ole Our fearless leader! needs a large piece of my cheesecake does he not Surprised


Not a bit of it - he's just compact. Mr. Green


i didn't mean short Laughing


The full quote is: 'I'm not anorexic, I'm just compact - COMPACT!'

His very words.


oh yes sorry Sad

you seem to remember all his words Very Happy

wouldn't even a compact Our fearless leader! like a wee bit of cheese cake Rolling Eyes

he could dust a bit of icing sugar on it Laughing
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