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.
Better than does not necessarily mean good.
Oh, sorry, you're right: I'm better than good.
Gooder? You're gooder? What kind of way to be is that? You are clearly not of a calibre to win if you are merely "gooder".
There's nothing "mere" about being gooder.
Oh, yes there is. "Mere" is, in fact, the most adjectival companion for the word, "gooder" that can be found. Like Astaire and Rogers.
Ole, Ole, sorry soccer fever.
Oh, dear. No winner would be feverish. We are all cool, calm and collected.
I'm perfectly happy for you to be collected. But please don't make as much fuss this time when the men in white coats come. Have a lovely holiday!
I was only trying to stop them taking you away. You had promised to be good, after all. And I wouldn't call being without you a holiday, exactly....
Okay, yes, I would.
Okay guys, set your phasers to stun and take her away. Watch out for the pointy stick!
Oh, dear, he's in his Star Trek mode again. Someone pretend you're Spock and lure him into the wagon. He'll never succumb to reason in this state.
I'm afraid your premise is just not logical...
Both of you should go watch a sunset :D writing here is futile.
Been there, done that. See
The Jutland sunset is wow :o
Thats true. And in a few weeks I try to see one there.
You may win at photography, but I win this game. You have no chance - none of you.
I'm going to spend my winnings on a trip to Denmarkia and I will have pretty pictures too. So there!
Just a teensy weensy bit jealous, are we? Never mind, it's allowed when you're a runner-up. I'm the winner!
The winner of a trip to Denmark, perhaps, but i'm the winner of this game, as you well know.
Er, no, actually.
A bit slow, but you'll do well if you apply yourself, young man.
I'm sorry to hear that you're a bit slow; I'm told it comes with age. Thanks for the compliment - I haven't been called a young man for quite a while!
I was certain you hadn't.
Lol! The old spyscope's still in use, is it?