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Post 21

Researcher 100182

Oh Bluebottle you are always welcome in any forum of mine!


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Post 22

Bluebottle

Thanks! I knew you would like me smiley - smiley


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Post 23

Eccles

Bluey? Put your simeon on too, I wanna talk to you.


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Post 24

Bluebottle

Hi Eccles - Simeon's not working here, sorry smiley - sadface
How long have you been here?
VERY pleased to see you again! smiley - smiley


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Post 25

Eccles

I've been here a while, I've been chasing you around. Why won't simeon work? I desperately need to talk to you
I just sent a long e-mail there


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Post 26

Bluebottle

Don't worry, babe, it's working now. So, let's meet in "Bluebottle & Eccles" and talk.


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Post 27

Ormondroyd

Venus, I just wanted to say "hello" and to add that I am impressed by your kindness to supernatural animals. Even if you do wear furs, the compassion you showed towards The Grim Squeaker in the Forum & Firkin just now was truly admirable, as was your decision to turn on your high heels and swan out of the place.
Honestly. The F&F used to be a good place to go for a smiley - ale, before they started letting yobs in. But the Sqeaker will have his revenge, mark my words. That tiny scythe is sharp. smiley - fish


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Post 28

The Jester (P. S. of Village Idiots, Muse of Comedians, Keeper of Jokes, Chef and Seraph of Bad Jokes) LUG @ A458228

A smiling young lady from Niger
Who went for a ride on a tiger
They finished the ride
With the lady inside
And the smile on the face of the tiger

3smiley - biggrin


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Post 29

Mrs V

Oh mi god, I think I've just met a worse flirt than me!! I just popped by because Venus in Furs is a wonderful book, and I'm missing my little (ahem) collection of classic Erotica. Do you read them too,or do you just like fur?
Helena,
(men burnt cities for me you know!)


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Post 30

The Jester (P. S. of Village Idiots, Muse of Comedians, Keeper of Jokes, Chef and Seraph of Bad Jokes) LUG @ A458228

Oh! Your last name is Troy, is it?

3smiley - biggrin


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Post 31

Mrs V

Yes, I'm afraid... Although I also get called Helen, as Shakespeare and Marlowe both knew (lovely Boys) the names are interchangeable. And in many countries I'm known as Helena. So how are you darling??


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Post 32

Ormondroyd

Wasn't it you whose face launched a thousand ships? I always thought that sounded like a good trick.
Must have been hell on the old cheekbones, though. I'd have used the old swinging-bottle technique myself.


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Post 33

Bluebottle

True - but doing what everyone else does lacks personality!


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Post 34

Mrs V

It certainly does. Of course everyone who has seen my face is sudenly reminded of those nicean days of yore, though I can think why. And someone did offer to enter me as they enter temples, which I thought was a nice offer. Just remember, all is dross that is not Helena. Even if I am currently working as a waitress,(at the Aroma Cafe) I do it with style.
Hxx


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Post 35

Bluebottle

(Happy smile on face)
You certainly do. smiley - smiley


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Post 36

Ormondroyd

"...Enter you as they enter temples..."
So they'd take their shoes off first and then start praying once inside? smiley - winkeye


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Post 37

Mrs V

That sounds about right, yes......


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Post 38

Bluebottle

This may be getting a bit out of control here....


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Post 39

Mrs V

I'm always in Control *whipcrack*


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Post 40

Ormondroyd

OWWWW!!! (Runs away to Forum & Firkin)


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