Sophist wrote:Random conversations should be had here. --And of course every other place on the board. But ESPECIALLY here.
BTW Sprouts are apparently good for turtles as they have high calcium and vitamin levels, although the side effect is the same as in humans - at least it can be used for jet propulsion purposes in this case
Charlie wrote:Sophist wrote:Random conversations should be had here. --And of course every other place on the board. But ESPECIALLY here.
Unfortunately your post was not random, and so it doesn't belong in the random thread - it's purpose was to explain what the thread was so it had a sensible purpose desired from it, in turn removing it's randomness.
This post is therefore not truly random by pointing it out, but it is still more random that the original post....
Charlie wrote:Not sure what I am still doing on the computer. Tomorrow I am going back up north to see the family for Christmas, via an hour or so in Birmingham to meet an old friend.
I still have loads of things to do before I go (and the meet time is set - I have less than 12 hrs before I need to leave). There are things to sort out, house to tidy and a box or two to fill to take back up there as well. Yet I am still on the PC!!!! I know I need to do it, and I keep rebuking myself for not actually actioning it, especially when I open yet another program on the computer or visit another website. Right. That is it, I MUST go.
If anyone sees me on here again prior to 9.30am GMT tomorrow (Monday) you have my permission to shout at me
Sophist wrote:Can we shout at you otherwise? We get so few good shouting matches here.
Charlie wrote: First rule of manhood: You can never truly win an argument or discussion with a woman. Even if you seem to win at the time, time will ultimately defeat you and had the "victory" back....
Aspen wrote:Charlie wrote: First rule of manhood: You can never truly win an argument or discussion with a woman. Even if you seem to win at the time, time will ultimately defeat you and had the "victory" back....
You're a genius, Charlie.
CaseyAllan wrote:In the spirit of randomness, how's this: I just heard that the vatican has copyrighted the Pope. Although that's probably not quite how they've phrased it...
Wonder if this means people will need to start using the R for registered trademark symbol? How strange...The Olympics®, The Pope®, Diet Coke®, etc
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