Well, it had to be done, didn't it? And since this is both the first and last post, I have won. Thank you all.
Oh, you mean a flatbed wagon. Now I'm with you!!
And now I have have passed the long distance runner in my two-wheeled dray.
I have a flatbed scanner - much faster!
I'm lost - the last few messages.
but at least, I lead.
More like fatHEAD scammers, if you ask me, Kray.
but hey, that was a sneaky move.
.. so, back to normalcy now :D
I find comfort in our abnormalities. A comfortable lead that is.
the normalcy that I meant, is in being in lead... like I'm now :)
Ah, here I am again, being very normal! ;D
That's normally not the case since I am the true winner naturally!
can I win?
not in this thread. it's every man for himself.
darn, then I go back undercover again and secretly steel the last post :D
Wrong post. You should have stolen this one.
They don't let you near any public libraries do they? Lol!
I added the Australian spelling list to my spell cheker an now spellng is okay fer eny werd I rite.
...anything goes for me, except, the new fangled sms lingo, call me old school or a geriatric with plain old english, but I'd rather type out a whole sentence or simply call when on a phone!
however, when it comes to winning here, there is little leeway ;)
Well, many Brits learn how to tork 'strine, thanks to that wonderfully cultured Les Patterson (aka Barry Humphries), but frankly old bean I think the traditional language is just top hole, don't you know.
I think you observation is on the tin!
*dons the tin foil hat*
@1197 Is that effective against showers of scalding soup?
Please explain the remark about libraries? I have no idea what you mean.
@1199 You said, "You should have stolen this one." Libraries have a problem with books going missing, so I made a highly tongue-in-cheek reference to it. :)
@1198, only time will tell, it survived the microwaves & acid rain, so far so good :P