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Post 121

Bagpuss

As long as you only use your phone for good.

Don't be so hard on yourself, after all you have nearly got the hang of the smilies now. smiley - tongueout


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Post 122

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

Of course...and also fun is in Oxford standing next to tourists and city types near the bridge of sighs and shouting into your phone "I'm just going under a bridge can you still here me?" as you sprint underneath it for no apparent reasonsmiley - biggrin

Well I'd understand a lot quicker if doughnuts were doughnutssmiley - winkeye Besides I think to be an IT specialist I'd need just a few more skills than being able to grin...although professional grinning would be a good jobsmiley - biggrin


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Post 123

Peregrin

smiley - donuts were smiley - donuts?

Hmm... I wonder what toothpaste these smiley - biggrin use...


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Post 124

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*grins*
No if smiley - donuts were s smiley - winkeye

Oh and I think they use Colgate as there's a distinct similarity between their grins and my grins...only hopefully mine aren't quite as scarysmiley - biggrin


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Post 125

Bagpuss

But that's definitely an American smiley - donut, as British ones don't generally have holes and pink icing. If they'd done a British one, though, it would be less easy to identify, since they look like bread rolls with shiny sugar icing on them.

As long as your tickles aren't this scary: smiley - tickle


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Post 126

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

British doughnuts do so have holes in them, they only don't if you buy ones with fillings...I guarantee you (vaguely) that in Tesco's they have many doughnuts which look just like that only slightly bigger and if you're lucky they have sprinkles on them toosmiley - biggrin

No my tickles aren't that scary...they're just punching each other...


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Post 127

Peregrin

actually I think it looks like one smiley feeding a baby smiley with a spoon.


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Post 128

Bagpuss

Do baby Smilies eat spoons then? That's scary.


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Post 129

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*grins*
Aaaw how sweet...
*laughs*
Though slightly worrying how the good fairy and the childrens lovable animated cat both thought the smiley was advocating violence...


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Post 130

Bagpuss

You men whereas the bird of prey went for a cuter explanation? I see what you mean, perhaps we should go for different names. What would you choose if you absolutely *had* to use a different name? I think I'd be George Parr (if you get the reference).


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Post 131

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

Mmmm...I'm sure there's a perfectly good explanation for itsmiley - biggrin
*thinks*
Ummm...I don't know actually...Errr...Fiona?
*grins*
I have absolutely no idea, I wanted to be a Tigger to start with so I could bounce everywhere but umm...
*gets very annoyed for not being able to think of something*
Gaaaaa...
*turns her music off, puts her head on her desk and concentrates very hard until she can think of something*
Maybe Eeyore but he was male...the again so was tigger and wol...errr...
smiley - biggrin


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Post 132

Peregrin

That hasn't stopped Greebo being a cute lovable female cat, in direct contrast to her literatury counterpart smiley - tongueout


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Post 133

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*grins*
So who would you be then Peregrin?
*goes back to trying to think of something for her*


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Post 134

Peregrin

Urrrrrrm.... Peregrine smiley - tongueout


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Post 135

Bagpuss

No imagination, you two.

George Parr is from Rory Bremner: When John Bird and John Fortune did their slot, the interviewee was always called George Parr (or variations thereon; e.g. Sir George Parr or, on one occasion, Lady Parr). I also like the fact that people who don't get the reference would probably assume it was my real name.


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Post 136

Icarus

My new favorite smiley is smiley - erm. Expect to see me not using it at all in a later post, as I can never get the hang of the things.


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Post 137

Bagpuss

I like that one too, because it was one I tried to use prior to the new ones being introduced. (-: still doesn't work, though.


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Post 138

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*grins*
As opposed to me who keeps using the doctor by accident...look what happens if you type;
Here you gsmiley - doctor
It stops being me offering jelly and becomes a gdoctor for gnus.

Oh and I thought of my name now, I was going to use the one that was appointed my stage name which we used last year in our band and videos and stuff but then I realised it sounded quite dodgy if you didn't know the background so now I'm going with "Tallulah" for no other reason that it's a good name smiley - biggrin


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Post 139

Bagpuss

It's mangled some of your old posts, tosmiley - doctor

Ah, go on, give us the dodgy name and tell us about this band as well.

Tallulah sounds vaguely familiar, but I can't think where I've heard it. I'm probably confusing it with "Hakuna Matata", such a wonderful phrase. smiley - biggrin


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Post 140

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

Oh well at least it's been changed to one of the non scary ones...well George Clooney, obviously in RL doctors are scarysmiley - winkeye

Umm...no the name would comnpletely ruin my fairy image forever and the band is distinctly dodgy as shown by all our videos which you'll not be seeing either...
Although that's not me being mean as they're actualy quite good
*fails to add that she's just saying that as she edited and mixed them all*
it's just I'd have no idea how to do thatsmiley - biggrin

*laughs and starts singing "it's a problem free, philosophy..."*
Tallulah sounds as if it's in that song as well...y'know the one that they always play whenever everyone's really drunk and you sit on the floor and clap and stuff...
*looks at the blank faces*
Oh...maybe that's just a Sheffield thing thensmiley - biggrin
*mutters*


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