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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.

1802. xymonau15 December 2010, 5:24 GMT +01:00

Oh, yes - the famous 1801 prize. I know it well. Good thing I've won this game, though.

1803. micromoth15 December 2010, 6:45 GMT +01:00

Sorry, I didn't quite catch that...?

1804. xymonau15 December 2010, 10:34 GMT +01:00

I don't know if you're being funny, but if you are, I don't get it. Your post was 1801, and you said you had won. Since you couldn't possibly mean this game it must have been the ...oh, never mind.

I wish you'd catch the plague. At least you'd lose faster.

1805. micromoth15 December 2010, 13:07 GMT +01:00

Catch the plague??? I'm as healthy as healthy can be! Tralala. Merry Christmas!

1806. xymonau16 December 2010, 10:29 GMT +01:00

Bah, humbug. You lose.

1807. micromoth16 December 2010, 13:35 GMT +01:00

'Fraid not. The spirit of Christmas future has good things in store for me!

1808. xymonau17 December 2010, 10:39 GMT +01:00

You need cash to purchase those good things from the store. Since you have none, I guess I'll buy them with my prize munny.

1809. micromoth17 December 2010, 11:18 GMT +01:00

No problem for me - plenty of simoleon if you know the right person to ask. And I've also retrieved that prize munny.

1810. xymonau17 December 2010, 12:56 GMT +01:00

You use a lot of Americanisms for a Pomgolian. You sound like a gangsta.

1811. micromoth17 December 2010, 16:25 GMT +01:00

Who, me? I'm just the beez-neez. Specially when it concerns prize money!


1812. krayker17 December 2010, 19:01 GMT +01:00

...just returned to make sure nobody's winning.
...yup, pretty much, not as yet :)

1813. micromoth17 December 2010, 22:09 GMT +01:00

Hey! Welcome back Kray! And I'm winning - any rumours to the contrary are quite scurrilous.


1814. xymonau18 December 2010, 3:59 GMT +01:00

Then I must be the scurrily maid, because I started them. Only because they is true.

Have you given up, Kray? Are you a weak man, Kray? Scared of a moth (or was it the knees of a stinging insect?) an' a old woman, Kray?

1815. crisderaud18 December 2010, 6:51 GMT +01:00

If it's americanisms you want I got a whole boat load of em. You betcha buddy I do!

Got the prize too which should be no surprize to you!

1816. krayker18 December 2010, 9:14 GMT +01:00

it's nice to see all of you in the race to be the last, don't know how many of you will last the race :P

1817. xymonau18 December 2010, 9:21 GMT +01:00

Only I, naturally. That's because, contrary to the American's claims (at least he doesn't try to sound like a Pomgolian), I win.

1818. crisderaud18 December 2010, 16:08 GMT +01:00

Excuse me madame, would you mind passing me the Grey Poupon?

1819. xymonau18 December 2010, 21:38 GMT +01:00


1820. micromoth18 December 2010, 22:44 GMT +01:00

Grey Poupon? Grey Poupon????? If it's real relish you want, us Brits long ago invented Marmite.

1821. xymonau18 December 2010, 23:02 GMT +01:00

Then we invented Vegemite, which is now owned by an American company.

And you only have yourself to blame, mothman. You went about doing bad impersonations first. Cris is easily influenced. What did you expect?

1822. crisderaud18 December 2010, 23:26 GMT +01:00

Something just tells me that this was your concoction too Dez!! Looks like they found it in a marmite pot.


1823. xymonau18 December 2010, 23:38 GMT +01:00

Not my soup. Bones melt in mine.

1824. crisderaud18 December 2010, 23:52 GMT +01:00

Could be your base recipe passed down to you through generations along the Eastern Pacific rim and finally through the Solomons.

1825. xymonau19 December 2010, 3:17 GMT +01:00

You know as much about geography as you do about speaking Pomgolian, Cris. Congratulations. My soup is original, delicious, health-giving, and hearty. What more can I say? Oh, yeah - I win.

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