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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.

1658. xymonau8 November 2010, 1:14 GMT +01:00

Upon what premise do you postulate our inability to apprehend you, mothman?

Little bump? LITTLE BUMP??!! Flatten him, man!

1659. micromoth8 November 2010, 8:05 GMT +01:00

Lol! Can't catch me, and I'm not even slowed down by the winner's prize. Think I'll go and hide somewhere appropriate with Munky or JIm...

1660. xymonau8 November 2010, 8:39 GMT +01:00

A gun-toting ape and a man in a frock. Are you out of your mind?!

1661. dragonariaes8 November 2010, 18:49 GMT +01:00

Greetings. I have traveled long and hard from the past to be here today to take the prize, as rightfully decided by the distant past.
--in other words---
Long time no see. : )

1662. fishmonk8 November 2010, 19:14 GMT +01:00

Oh, hi, Christine!

1663. micromoth8 November 2010, 21:08 GMT +01:00

Hello Christine! Watch out over here, there's a pointy stick war on!

1664. dragonariaes9 November 2010, 2:25 GMT +01:00

Whose passing out the sticks? I get one too right?

1665. crisderaud9 November 2010, 5:44 GMT +01:00

I seem to get only the pointy end!

1666. micromoth9 November 2010, 6:38 GMT +01:00

Now, that's a sharp comment.

1667. xymonau9 November 2010, 7:22 GMT +01:00

About time you showed up, young lady! I hope you brought a note from your parents. You may have one pointy stick on one condition: You whack that moth with it.

1668. crisderaud9 November 2010, 19:23 GMT +01:00

You can use your pointy stick however you want but just don't pop my bubble.

We don't want to disappoint my prize. He is being such a good boy all snuggled up in his bed...

1669. xymonau10 November 2010, 2:50 GMT +01:00

I'm not sure just who that is snuggling in your bed, Cris-the-loud, but it ain't the prize. He is still hiding under MY bed, quivering in fear lest one of you lesser mortals claims him, and takes him from his rightful place with his mumsy.

1670. micromoth10 November 2010, 6:55 GMT +01:00

Sorry to disappoint, but that mumsy boy is a decoy. The real prize is safe with me. Forever. [Whistles in nonchalant, carefree, triumphant way.]

1671. xymonau10 November 2010, 7:45 GMT +01:00

Ouch! Your nose just stabbed me.

1672. dragonariaes11 November 2010, 0:51 GMT +01:00

*dances around with her new pointy stick* Yay weapons!

1673. xymonau11 November 2010, 8:11 GMT +01:00

Erm...that's macromouth's nose. I'd put it down if I were you. You never know where it's been.

1674. micromoth11 November 2010, 11:47 GMT +01:00

Blooming cheek! Micromoths don't have pointed noses, they have labial palpi. There! [Sticks out proboscis].

1675. crisderaud11 November 2010, 14:52 GMT +01:00

So you were stabbed by his labial palpi.

Christine has a real stick. She wouldn't settle for anything less. It just won't do her any good. I think she got the short end of it.... :)

1676. xymonau12 November 2010, 13:52 GMT +01:00

The labial palpi of an anthropomorphic personification of an alter ego doesn't count. Nor was it what stabbed me. It was that big fat lying nose of the real macromouth. All this excitement has got the prize hiding out in the back yard.

1677. micromoth13 November 2010, 5:57 GMT +01:00

I've retrieved the prize! It was terribly worried by an over-use of long words by a certain female contender. There, there prizey. You're safe with me.

1678. xymonau13 November 2010, 13:30 GMT +01:00

I replied to this but it has disappeared. Are you working black arts, evil insect?

The prize is not safe with you as you are not its rightful owner. It can not be happy. It will come back to me, wagging it's dear little tail, because I am its rightful mumsy.

Anyway, you're the one bovvered by long words, not it.

1679. jimdaly9813 November 2010, 18:41 GMT +01:00

"an anthropomorphic personification of an alter ego"???

Have you been reading Terry Pratchett again? Just colour me Rincewind.

1680. micromoth13 November 2010, 20:02 GMT +01:00

Hey, that's great Jim! And thanks for the loan of the Luggage-with-feet. I've put the prize inside and it's trotting along obediently behind me now.

1681. xymonau14 November 2010, 4:19 GMT +01:00

I thought you asked me never to speak of your wind, Jimbo. I see you've ditched the dress for a gown. Nice choice. Terry Pratchett never used "alter ego".

Macromouth, it's time to give you a good whackin' because you is a prize-stealer. And send that luggage back. You know it eats people.

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