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ok so further off topic ( as you say it's your thread anywho ) ..

are you going to take up the banner to return KFC to "fingah lickin' good" ?
...English please? (have you been hanging with grumpygit?)
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Old 23.02.2011, 17:39
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Dancing and fiddle?! Who does that anymore...?
BOND... not james bond... just Bond...

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one of my brothers is officially a Cape Bretoner ( born in N. Sydney ) and he's always happy..............I think that may be the drugs tho.
I find that very hard to believe...
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BOND... not james bond... just Bond...
..can somebody hand me some tissues please.
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Old 23.02.2011, 17:42
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..can somebody hand me some tissues please.
as I understand the one on the left is a twin.
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Old 23.02.2011, 17:44
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Re: question about Winnie the Pooh

Guys, you obviously haven't read enough Pooh. This is the worst hijack of our times...

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Old 23.02.2011, 17:46
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Guys, you obviously haven't read enough Pooh. This is the worst hijack of our times...


ok.. time for a vote I say...

who wants to look at a 'tat of a donkey

and who wants to look at attractive women in short skirts?
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Old 23.02.2011, 17:48
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and on that note... mrs. g awaits... ^'night night kids.
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ok.. time for a vote I say...

who wants to look at a 'tat of a donkey

and who wants to look at attractive women in short skirts?
Hahaha...you right, that tat is awful (and is Disney, anyways). I wanted an eyesore, though.
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Old 23.02.2011, 17:49
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your 'tat?... ooops, sorry...

maybe if we got a pic of the tat with you in a short skirt ?
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Old 23.02.2011, 17:50
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Hahaha...you right, that tat is awful (and is Disney, anyways). I wanted an eyesore, though.
MusicChick..you've been disruptive lately on my thread...can't you just sit beack relax and let the boys have some fun?!

@Grynch...yes, the skirts...I prefer the one on the right.
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Old 23.02.2011, 17:52
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..cause there's only fish there...duh!
Just for the record
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Old 23.02.2011, 17:54
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...yeah, thanks a lot Cannut.
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Old 23.02.2011, 17:58
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So, Christopher is a bit older than you? He is the never aging child of our times, it's so nicely done. Better than the little prince.
Christoper would be 90 if he were still alive. He died in 1996. He was actually a couple of years older than my Mum. I guess that girls were considered more responsible than boys in the 1920s/30s.
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Old 23.02.2011, 17:59
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MusicChick..you've been disruptive lately on my thread...can't you just sit back relax and let the boys have some fun?!
Hahah...as disciplining wenches has ever worked. Ok, I give your that, since you are the OP. Then, let's change the title to Pooh and skirts, sounds better. I am off to my fancy Stitch and Bitch, anyways.

Not my tat, I am anti tat.
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Old 23.02.2011, 18:01
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Christoper would be 90 if he were still alive. He died in 1996. He was actually a couple of years older than my Mum. I guess that girls were considered more responsible than boys in the 1920s/30s.
Wow..babysitting an older boy? Is that what they used to call dating before?

Christopher Robin is a really nice name.
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Christoper would be 90 if he were still alive. He died in 1996. He was actually a couple of years older than my Mum. I guess that girls were considered more responsible than boys in the 1920s/30s.
Ehmm, I'm somewhat:

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Old 23.02.2011, 18:42
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Wow..babysitting an older boy? Is that what they used to call dating before?

Christopher Robin is a really nice name.
I don't think it was dating, unless there is something she wasn't telling me. I am sure that I am not the heir to the Winnie the Pooh collection. If i were, I would not have sold out to Disney (probably)

Robin was actually his middle name: Christopher Robin Milne

Going back a few posts: the original eeoye can ne seen in a museum in New York. Picture on Wikepedia

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Ehmm, I'm somewhat:
I think you need to go back a few posts. Music Chick and I have slightly highjacked it.
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..by the way, why doesn't he wear any pants?
Cause for some, a top is enough. Problem?

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I don't think it was dating, unless there is something she wasn't telling me. I am sure that I am not the heir to the Winnie the Pooh collection. If i were, I would not have sold out to Disney (probably)
Wiki said Christopher Robin married his cousin and that he was not happy at all that his dad used him for his books...Sad. It's true that using his son's real name must have been rough for the kid. He apparently ignored his mom and dad later on. I wonder if Disney was his revenge.

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Yeah, I know. I like both Christopher and Robin. Although I have grown up thinking about Kryštůfek Robin (Kryštůfek - little Christopher), as that was the translated version.

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It's amazing how exact the drawings were, all of them.

The resemblance reminds me The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, though those are pretty...rough, compared to the Pooh's innocent word plays and lovely neighborhood.

I gota find more of Shepard's books, he illustrated a lot more. Fantastic.

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