Steve has just finished the first half of extra time, c.i. .
Yes, and I was nikkid as well! (Well, actually not with that lady.)
Porto 3, Celtic 2
Scottish goalkeepers never were the best. This one did not have a good game.
Still, there'll be a lot of sore heads in Seville tomorrow.
Win, lose or draw, never go home with any money in your pocket- that's their motto.
Sorry, what were we talking about?
Here's a joke, on the sausage theme:
Q: Why won't a German have sausages for breakfast?
A: Because he would be going from Bett to Wurst!
You may now go stand in the corner for one hour, young man . . .
i foresee a sausage-hunting trip in Setanta's future. No sausage left unsampled. No crusty bread left unbuttered.
cya when ya get back.
Uuummm sausages (and other Homer Simpson noises)
Can I just use my umbrella, bowler hat and carnation button hole, or should I wear some clothes as well?
Steve, The carnation in the botton hole is a must.
That's okay for the clothing, Steve, perhaps with a rolled Times under the left arm?
ci thought you said bottom hole for a moment, nearly took offense! lol
Steve, Your imagination is only exceeded by your good looks - nikkid or clothed.
I would love to tell you all about my trip to Oz, Japan, NZ etc that I made in 2001 btw not 2002, but I don't think the A2K'ers want to hear me twittering on about it so if you really want to hear some of it let me know and I can email you. My journal that I am still typing, goes on and on. Maybe you want to wait for it to be published! lol.
Walter & Steve
I have just been catching up on some very strange and dubious exchanges with illustrations(!) and I am not so sure about our trip to Germany!
Actually I am really looking forward to it. See ya soon
Fiona, Why not post your commentary in the Travel Forum? I'm sure many will be interested in your travel journal to Oz, Japan, and NZ. c.i.
We had a very nice, sunny and warm first "meeting day" .
(I've ordered the next good weather period in four weeks time, btw.)
I lived in a Norwegian summer house once, a hutte. No phone there either, nice and remote.
We caught trout in the lake from the little rowing boat, and fried them up. Delicious, fresh fish you have caught yourself.
Four of us went.
It was marvellous.
The Scandinavians are really sorted. They love their short summertime, & make the most of it.
Pancakes and raspberry jam, I remember eating lots of those too.
Trying to bunch up as many "Happy Memories" during our short visit to this planet is the ultimate way to live - I believe.
Nice going, McTag. c.i.
BTW, my wife and I went to the House of Pancakes this morning for breakfast, and we both had bacon, eggs, and pancakes covered with banana, blackberry, and strawberries. yum. c.i.
That's exactly what I plan to do - some gentle exercise, sitting by the lake, some sailing, eating some good food, sipping the odd glass of something, and having some fun with friends.
And then - I hit UK, race around like a mad thing, over to Switzerland and return, and back to another tranquil lake.
And I'm also avoiding a part of the Aussie winter!
Guyz !! We need to decide on a date and fast !!!
So who all are attending ??????????????
Aussie winter ?? What is that ?? As D tells me, he would rather face the aussie winter than english summer (which seems to have disappeared this year)...