Do not adjust your set..

Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by Primrose, Mar 29, 2006.

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  1. Primrose

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  2. Cochise

    Cochise A missed friend

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    Very good.........:D

    Cochise,:cool: Gliding in Galveston..
     

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    Also got this as well Primula....If it's any help with your Test....:D

    Cochise,:cool: Scriptive in Scandinavia.....
     

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    Ooooh are ya sure Primula - don't the cuckoos normally show up in Spring ?


    eyes-open in awe of nature & wondering - if it wasn't for sponges ...... how much deeper might the oceans be ?
     
  5. Primrose

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    It depends on how long your winter's last and your diet..

    http://www.news.com.au/story/0,10117,18622995-13762,00.html

    if you still have your net set up to play hockey..you will never see all those crickets on the lawn. :ninja: :D

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    Still Primmy - if only there was an actual sighting of a cuckoo ......
     

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    I didn't get that warning running flash 8 o_O
     
  8. Primrose

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    He is still putting his fantasy hockey team together wilth the head cluckmaker.
     

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    Worry not denizens of 10F - appears 'tis merely a sign that Nursie Simone did tarry too long when flashing ;)

    http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=tn_15512
     
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    Errrrr!....Not wishing to state the obvious but I didn't think the CUCKOOS had ever left 10F.........:rolleyes:

    And as for that Scripty doodaddy thingy in Springulas fally out of the sky pic...as a person who doesn't always quite know which way is up and being of the indecisive sort, I just clicked Yes and No and it went away......Am I kool or what?......

    I thought I at least deserved a 'Tick' and a 'VG' for figgerin' out were all those little broken bits went..........


    Cochise,:cool: Non'Descript' in Nova Scotia....Pronounced:- (NOVA SCOTIA)..
     
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    ...or also called New Scotland...if you`re Scottish. :)
     
  13. Cochise

    Cochise A missed friend

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    Whats it called if your Irish or Welsh then??.........o_O


    Cochise,:cool: Scuttling about in Scotland wie a braw broon wee timerous beastie hangin' offa mah Spoorrrrrran......Pronounced:- (SPORRAN) if your English....
     
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    Skydiving is hard work and you deserve more than Tick VG..teacher wants to see you after school.:)

    http://www.gavinstewart.net/tlw/tlw6.htm

    Spring is busting out all over..:-*
     

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    That is a good question Andy.

    I just know that some ppl say I'm as deep as one :D ...and I sure like to swim in it !! :D :D


    BTW: I would looove to have that cute cuckoo-clock, with my beluved Eddy as the hourly coockoooo ! :-* . Where can I obtain it o_O


    Swimming the seven seas in Samolia, seamaiden Nat http://img489.imageshack.us/img489/6514/merfae6ko.gif
     
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    Actually the batteries were OK........it's just she had found a more interesting use for them......Glad she didn't bother updating my Flash.....looks like trouble........"Ready when you are Nurse Grossbody".......I love this game of Guess were the batteries are.....:D


    Cochise,:cool: Vibrating in Virginia...
     
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    It keeps very good time..but most of us fisherman use a wristwatch.;)

    He has been selling them on ebay under McMurphy..

    Vintery, mintery, cutery, corn,
    Apple seed and apple thorn;
    Wire, briar, limber lock,
    Three geese in a flock.
    One flew east,
    And one flew west,
    One flew.........
     

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    Hmmmm...ok. BUT!

    I don't think he's ready to leave the NEST just yet. I think he belongs in it Forever!
    With his behaviour in 10F's trees and stuff....even though he's older than dirt - (HIS WORDS!) - I wonder if he needs a little more time....:) o_O :doubt:



    Wondering 'bout Eddy's Well-being in Wellscreek, crazy concerned Nat
     
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    Hoo Boy!!

    Did somebody call!! Geesh!! I leave this place for 10 mins. and all heck breaks loose!

    Never fear.....I'll catch up!...., Fickle fingered ed
     
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    Now theres a winning combination....a Welshing Irishman!!

    An thats from an Eyetie, Eduardo grosso!
     
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    Time is of the essence...my little Chickerdee!! But be gentle when the clock needs rewinding!

    Cheeping on the hour an 1/2 hour, Cockadoodle Doody ed
     
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    Primmy....I ain't answerin any of yoors....yoo don't need any more encouragement!!

    So there....near Thoresby, Thoroughly ed
     
  23. eyes-open

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    Hi there me Nautical Natty ;)

    That there was a very special limited edition timepiece......I believe it was the Bavarian Ed'meister 2000 model. Originally the Ed'meister cuckoo centrepiece was designed as part of a novelty soldier range and came fully dressed in a set of battle fatigues.

    Sadly for all involved, the range had to be discontinued due to an integral design flaw.

    Every hour on the hour the Ed'meister Cuckoo would announce itself with the unfortunate cry of " You try and be all you can be with a spring stuck up your...." As luck would have it the Ed'meister Cuckoo would return to the clock before completing the sentence.

    There will now follow a gratutious reprinting of the Ed'meister 2000 clock:-

    http://i38.photobucket.com/albums/e119/andysnaps/cuckooEd.jpg
     
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    He is not fatigued..just winding his Spring. ;)
     

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