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1. xymonau12 January 2010, 22:53 GMT +00:00

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.

1274. krayker30 August 2010, 12:56 GMT +02:00

I'd be the last to congratulate you ;)

1275. xymonau30 August 2010, 13:49 GMT +02:00

Profound. Really profound. You could be winning material if you weren't a loser.

1276. micromoth30 August 2010, 16:50 GMT +02:00

Winning material? I've got it sewn up! :)

1277. krayker30 August 2010, 17:57 GMT +02:00

it's all seven up! 1277!

1278. micromoth31 August 2010, 4:17 GMT +02:00

Well, you have some bottle!

1279. krayker31 August 2010, 15:07 GMT +02:00

winners always have the champagne ready! soup's for starters ;)

1280. micromoth1 September 2010, 4:58 GMT +02:00

I'm more interested in just desserts.

1281. krayker1 September 2010, 8:41 GMT +02:00

you'd get that if you go after the desserts and desert the effort to win the thread :P

1282. micromoth2 September 2010, 19:12 GMT +02:00

Sweet dreams - but I'm still here! :)

1283. krayker3 September 2010, 5:17 GMT +02:00

I'll put you to sleep, maybe I'll have to use some of the famous soup from down under.
The famous grouse comes to my mind, but I presume the soup's more potent!

1284. micromoth3 September 2010, 6:53 GMT +02:00

This reminds me of the traditional sign warning pub customers about a head-height wooden beam: Duck or grouse!
I'm wary of any soup where a stick used to stir it comes out pointy...

1285. krayker3 September 2010, 18:03 GMT +02:00

I'd duck at the sight of the pointy stick, and I'd have no grouse against anyone!

1286. crisderaud3 September 2010, 18:28 GMT +02:00

So you guys thought you would slip into the lead as I lurked along the sidelines.

No such chance! The worm has turned.

1287. micromoth4 September 2010, 6:42 GMT +02:00

Ah, but did you turn the right way? :-)

1288. xymonau4 September 2010, 10:15 GMT +02:00

I'm truly sorry you have worms, Cris. A bit of an affliction, that. It's a good thing that my soup is a prized anthelmintic.

I'm back. You may all go home now. I win.

1289. crisderaud4 September 2010, 15:57 GMT +02:00

Your soup is much more than anthelmintic. It is capable of taking out the host as well.

This worm is external and has turned me into the winner.

1290. micromoth4 September 2010, 19:04 GMT +02:00

Ah, but don't forget that a "worm" can turn into a butterfly. Or a micromoth. I win. Again!

1291. xymonau5 September 2010, 2:22 GMT +02:00

SOMEone failed biology, then? As far as I know, caterpillars turn into moths. Worms eat dirt (and other things) and stay worms for all their lives. We have giant ones in Victoria. Not sure why that's a good thing, but I guess it is for the fish. I am very glad that internal worms don't turn into butterflies or moths. The scenario for hatching time makes me feel quite faint.

1292. krayker5 September 2010, 5:32 GMT +02:00

excuse me, while you take time to faint, I'd much rather take the reigns, this position is not for the faint...:P

1293. micromoth5 September 2010, 7:34 GMT +02:00

That's quite a feint - I guess you had butterflies in the stomach about winning. :)

1294. xymonau5 September 2010, 11:02 GMT +02:00

People's personal infestations are so yesterday, don't you think?

1295. krayker6 September 2010, 6:00 GMT +02:00

now we have a cure for butterflies in stomach, I guess no one came up with an anthelmintic, but then again, if the anthelmintic is the dreaded soup... I'd rather prefer the butterflies or even wasps :P

1296. xymonau6 September 2010, 13:19 GMT +02:00

Abracadabra! Wish is granted! See Kray run. Run, Kray, run.

1297. krayker6 September 2010, 13:43 GMT +02:00

lols, You really are an eager beaver when it comes to serving the soup, now aren't you ?

P.S. I win.

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