Wow..3 more posts and I made it to Onehundred !

Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by ~*Nat*~, Dec 19, 2004.

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  1. ~*Nat*~

    ~*Nat*~ Registered Member

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    It may not be important...but I never, EVER stayed with one Forum that long that I posted 100 messages. Wasn't intended.
    But...ehem..since x-mas is almost there..will I get a present for being so loyal ?
    Hmm..will I ? :p :D :D
     
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    Yes u sure will and what can santa get u for christmas this year.

    ;) THE MUL ;)
     
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    ~*Nat*~ Registered Member

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    Bah, nothing superficial or even materialistic things.

    A lil welcome hug and some Money for my savingsbank would suffice. :p

    I looked quickly over: "Neowinian Villager" Are you SERIOUS? I will be tilted as That?
    Not very sexy sounding :rolleyes: ...but Oh well..as i like to say...:D
     
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    Not long now until u reach 100 and good luck and keep them coming, the more friends who join wilders ever growing family the better.

    :D THE MUL :D
     
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    How about a simple pleasure Natascha.......wiener schnitzel.
     

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    Thank's the MUL !!


    And GF...awww, how delicious. I am truly smitten. How can I thank You
    for such nice gesture - serving me one of my favorite foods - and all from scratch, with an Apron on.....:-* ;)
     
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    Yaaay..I made it ! ONEHUNDRED posts !

    *pops open bottle of champagne* *Cheers* :D
     
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    A bit of the bubbly! :cool:

    Congrats on reaching 100 Nat68. :)



    snowbound
     
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    well you have made a step up the ladder, just keep on climbing :D ;)
     

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    ~*Nat*~ Registered Member

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    You know snowbound and bigc...it's the loyalty that I'm proud of.
    Numbers don't matter....but liking where you are IS.
    Agreed ? :)

    I don't care , I party anyhow.....*sips another sip - hicks* :eek: :rolleyes: :p :D
     
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    oops...i'm a bit tipsy...forgot to thank you 2 for congrats ! :D
     
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    so true :D ;)

    bigc
     
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    I couldn't have said it better myself.

    Here's some Vegemite for your 100 post celebration ;) :D

    Cheers :D
     

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    But Blackspear...I'm afraid i don't know what is "Vegemite"
    Is it slang for some kind of vegetarian butterspread ?
    And my..ehm, bit tipsy eyes can't figure out what it is . Maybe i need glasses....:oops: :cool:
    But - Whatever it is..I thank you with All my heart !!

    :D *partybottle almost empty*
     
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    I know iceni60. Makes you feel a bit small compared to THEM, huh? lol
     
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    I started out with "0" post's also, they just seem to multiply :D
     
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    im on the first page :D , but yes, compared to the lot near the top. where's thats two word story thread o_O :D
     
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    the number 0 is a number too...at least in MY smart book. And bigc...they multiply sooo quickly like Fleas in Heat ! Unbelievable....
     
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    It is available from the local supermarket and spreads on sandwiches and toast, as well as many other things, like flavoring lamb roasts. All our Aussie kids grow up on it. To us, it is nature finest...

    The original recipe of Vegemite as a concentrated yeast extract has remained virtually unchanged for 80 years.

    Yeast is known as a natural source of the vitamin B complex which includes thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folate, pantothenic acid, pyridoxine, biotin, p-amino benzoic acid and several other compounds.

    Yeast extract is four or five times more concentrated than yeast, making it one of the richest known sources of the vitamin B group. In addition to being rich in vitamin B, yeast extract also contains other essential proteins and minerals – all of which make Vegemite an excellent addition to the family diet.

    A single serving of Vegemite (5g) on a slice of bread provides a large percentage of your daily vitamin B requirements.


    http://www.vegemite.com.au/

    Cheers :D
     
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    have you tried Marmite? is it the same as Vegemite. o_O
     
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    No offence there Mr.Blackspear but my brother in law brought some vegemite home from when he was in the navy. He was in Australia talking to your government on military business and thought he would bring me some. I still think about that first bite :blink: It was quite an experience. I guess it is an acquired taste.
    bigc ;)
     
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    Thank You for explaning to me what is this mitespread. I knew it was something to smear on something. Sooo, than it is over there like
    PEANUTbutter over here - kids grow up on this in the states.

    And I know all about the B-vits. Keeps my skin smooth.....:D
     
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    Similar, but not the same, slightly different in taste, quite different if you have grown up on one...
     
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