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PostPosted: 14th Mar 08, 12:07
by Sarc
NOTE FOR EVERYONE - Forgodsake don't get her started again.

PostPosted: 14th Mar 08, 21:54
by Monica_ICE
Sarc, do you really want me to walk right into that one? You left it [ahem] wide open. ... Getting started takes an ignition. I have the lock and you have a key. There. You just got me started.

PostPosted: 15th Mar 08, 11:39
by nig1012
Monica_ICE wrote:Sarc, do you really want me to walk right into that one? You left it [ahem] wide open. ... Getting started takes an ignition. I have the lock and you have a key. There. You just got me started.


if this isn't flirting i don't know what is.i think your in there sarcy boy :D just don't let mrs sarc see it

PostPosted: 15th Mar 08, 16:25
by Sarc
How the hell did I start anything, she was the first post, and I'm more than happy with Mrs Sarc thank you, infact we're moving intogether next month, WOOOOO

PostPosted: 17th Mar 08, 15:03
by Monica_ICE
It wasn't a flirt, it was a line. I'm pretty sure I've posted somewhere saying i never waste a good line (in response to lisa, I believe). Sarc, congrats, man. The "starting" thing was just you line here above, an obvious joke. As for me, I'm unavailable.

PostPosted: 19th Mar 08, 15:30
by Michael Wade
Crisps are not crisps--they are chips, and chips are fries. Blue or green packaging there is still blue or green packaging here. What else: truck/lorry, elevator/lift, apartment/flat, chick/bird, shit/shite, fired/sacked.

Everything else is the same.

PostPosted: 19th Mar 08, 15:48
by Sarc
Biscuit. cookie, HA therefor it is not all the same, :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

One to me there I think :lol: :lol: :lol:

PostPosted: 19th Mar 08, 16:30
by nig1012
Michael Wade wrote:Crisps are not crisps--they are chips, and chips are fries. Blue or green packaging there is still blue or green packaging here. What else: truck/lorry, elevator/lift, apartment/flat, chick/bird, shit/shite, fired/sacked.

Everything else is the same.


guys why has this conversation jumped from the "WHY" thread to this one

PostPosted: 19th Mar 08, 16:32
by Sarc
he started it but i think we're just trying to make this thread a bit more interesting

PostPosted: 19th Mar 08, 16:38
by nig1012
Sarc wrote:he started it but i think we're just trying to make this thread a bit more interesting


well leave then :lol: :lol: :lol:

PostPosted: 19th Mar 08, 16:39
by Sarc
:coat:

PostPosted: 19th Mar 08, 16:54
by nig1012
Sarc wrote::coat:


ok you can come back now.

PostPosted: 21st Mar 08, 01:08
by Monica_ICE
I dunno, it fits fits the topic title "Amer vs Brit". It doesn't say "music". Credit there.

PostPosted: 21st Mar 08, 20:14
by nig1012
Monica_ICE wrote:I dunno, it fits fits the topic title "Amer vs Brit". It doesn't say "music". Credit there.


nice stutter there mon :lol:

Re: American-British cultural differences - FYI

PostPosted: 15th Mar 19, 21:14
by vondes
Advise the submersible blender that you use for over a year! To avoid complaints, etc. We need essentially 2 nozzles, standard for submersible and a whisk for beating. At cost I want up to $ 200. It seems to be on https://ianboer.com.au stopped, but so far we have doubts. I want the blender to work for a long time and nothing breaks. I look at Scarlet, but I am confused by the brand ... In general, I am waiting for feedback and if you remember, it is a particular model!)))) Thanks in advance to everyone !!!!