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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.

1922. crisderaud7 January 2011, 15:25 GMT +01:00

Here is a dramatization of you trying to take my prize: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kaAo4DuyIf4

1923. micromoth7 January 2011, 22:08 GMT +01:00

Hmm, looks like a sticky situation.
@1919, Better send in that Evaniidae. I see they're parasitic and have a distinctively shaped abdomen. Sounds like a lawyer...

1924. xymonau7 January 2011, 22:19 GMT +01:00

You call that a stick? It's not even pointy!

Macromouth, you have always resented lawyers since they sent you to the big house. Get over it, man!

1925. crisderaud7 January 2011, 23:25 GMT +01:00

I'll take my prize to the big house in Las Vegas. I think we would like Bellagio.

1926. micromoth7 January 2011, 23:40 GMT +01:00

@1924 Nice of you to think I'm esconced in the Big House, but a chap called Barack something-or-other is already there. Never mind, I await my destiny with the virtue of patience. Meantime I quite fancy that stately pile of Liz & Phil's in London. I'll make good use of the prize there.

1927. crisderaud7 January 2011, 23:42 GMT +01:00

@1923 Sounds more like my ex.

1928. xymonau8 January 2011, 3:28 GMT +01:00

But you already have tasted of Her Majesty's digs, according to the papers. Not nice, macro, not nice!

Trust you to throw away the prize on tinsel and glitz, Cris de rowdy. No, I'll have that right here, thank you. It is mine and I'll invest it sensibly in stockings and bands.

1929. micromoth8 January 2011, 7:36 GMT +01:00

@1928 No, no, you misunderstand. Her Majesty's digs refers to the important archaeological investigations I helped with. HM is thinking of awarding me a knighthood in consequence.
Meanwhile the prize is horrified at the thought of being forced to spend himself on stockings and pop groups and has returned, trembling, to me. He also rather fancies the idea of HM giving him a baronetcy.

1930. xymonau8 January 2011, 8:43 GMT +01:00

HM told me she just wants you kneeling so she can swing that sword. Don't fall for it, macro! The prize is manipulating you both. He knows exactly who is the winner (me) and he just wants to see what he can get out of you. If you're silly enough to fall for it, so be it. But he will just come running back to his mumsy once he has used you up and discarded you. It's his hobby, you see. Well, we all need something to while away the hours, don't we?

1931. micromoth8 January 2011, 8:55 GMT +01:00

@1930 I get your point about the sword.
The prize, however, assures me that his only hobby is stamp collecting. Oh, and also kidding you that he wants to be with you. We're just going to check his penny blacks and tuppenny blues now. Lucrative... :)

1932. xymonau8 January 2011, 11:23 GMT +01:00

And has he sold you that bridge in Brooklyn yet?

1933. micromoth8 January 2011, 13:39 GMT +01:00

No, not yet. :)

1934. xymonau9 January 2011, 0:10 GMT +01:00

With all the water about, perhaps you could talk him into selling it to ME!

1935. micromoth9 January 2011, 13:23 GMT +01:00

Lol! I'll see what I can do. I'll also explain to him about the RNLI.

1936. crisderaud9 January 2011, 17:29 GMT +01:00

This talk is of things which I do not understand. Even the prize is baffled about his fate. Is the prize slated to be dropped from the bridge only to rescued by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution below? Wouldn't he be happier surrounded by tinsel and glitz than being held in the stocks and bondage. The prize is not criminal and should be treated respectfully and with dignity.

1937. micromoth9 January 2011, 21:50 GMT +01:00

Cris, I'd like to reassure you that the RNLI is not in to stocks and bondage! Though a little more income from shares, stocks and bonds wouldn't come amiss. I'm talking to the prize about it even now... :)

1938. xymonau10 January 2011, 11:35 GMT +01:00

Not about bondage, surely!

1939. micromoth10 January 2011, 22:50 GMT +01:00

Er... No. Bonds, stocks, shares, and other interesting financial benefits of having the prize settle down permanently to live with me. [Sighs contentedly] :)

1940. crisderaud11 January 2011, 3:23 GMT +01:00

The prize is bound to come back to his rightful owner. I think I hear him coming now!

1941. xymonau11 January 2011, 11:01 GMT +01:00

Correct! and he he is! Come to mumsy, cutums! Oh, there's a good boy!

1942. micromoth11 January 2011, 22:30 GMT +01:00

Cutums? Cut-ums?? That must be a very sharp pointy stick!

1943. crisderaud12 January 2011, 2:36 GMT +01:00

Perhaps she carved a trident.

1944. xymonau12 January 2011, 11:17 GMT +01:00

You foreigners and your feeble attempts at English...

1945. crisderaud12 January 2011, 11:42 GMT +01:00

@1944 I agree! They just frustrate the heck outta me too!

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