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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.

1946. xymonau12 January 2011, 12:37 GMT +01:00

Don't go there, Dez. Just pick up little prizey, and back out of the room slowly...

1947. micromoth12 January 2011, 13:50 GMT +01:00

Lol! Backing out of a room only leads to falling over a carelessly discarded pointy stick!
Swooping in swiftly, the prize is mine!

1948. xymonau13 January 2011, 12:37 GMT +01:00

I never "carelessly" discard a pointy stick. I do lay traps, however, and this time I caught a rat. You swooped where angels fear to swoop, and got a poke in the eye for your trouble. Serve you right. Little Prizey sweetums just larfed and larfed.

1949. crisderaud13 January 2011, 17:11 GMT +01:00

I hope you are done backing out of the room far enough. We need to give the prize some room to breath. No more swooping on the poor thing. He's been swooped enough already when I came in and swooped him up just now.

1950. xymonau13 January 2011, 21:38 GMT +01:00

And when the police swooped on you for stealing the millyun dollers, it was so funny!

1951. crisderaud14 January 2011, 1:52 GMT +01:00

I paid them to fake my getaway. Ha! In charge again. And the Last One To Post!!

1952. micromoth14 January 2011, 4:06 GMT +01:00

The prize has asked me to point out that he's tired of so many false claimants on his person (and especially his money) and that he much prefers to be with me.
@1951 What's all this about being the Last One To Post?

1953. crisderaud14 January 2011, 6:17 GMT +01:00

The last to post is the one to claim the prize. You haven't been convincing the prize that you were last to post in order to win his favor now have you?

1954. xymonau14 January 2011, 11:45 GMT +01:00

Macromouth is macro fibbing. So is Cris. Well, I'm going to defib-ulate you both wif dis stick. C'mon, snookums. The little prize is coming home to mumsy.

1955. micromoth14 January 2011, 15:22 GMT +01:00

The prize hates being called snookums even more than he dislikes being threatened by pointy sticks (don't we all). He's hiding now in my house and I'm not telling anyone where. He's also entrusted his money to me for safe keeping. Very wise.

1956. crisderaud14 January 2011, 17:44 GMT +01:00

He's not a mama's boy. Come to Daddy!!

1957. micromoth14 January 2011, 20:48 GMT +01:00

He's already with Daddy!

1958. krayker15 January 2011, 6:53 GMT +01:00

hurray! 1958 is mine!

1959. xymonau15 January 2011, 7:47 GMT +01:00

It was a very good year, Kray.

1960. micromoth15 January 2011, 9:38 GMT +01:00

Methinks someone was celebrating a birthday?

1961. xymonau15 January 2011, 13:13 GMT +01:00

Well RGBStock is one year old. Perhaps it was our birthday?

He couldn't have been celebrating a win, since I have already won.

1962. crisderaud15 January 2011, 18:25 GMT +01:00

You can't win until you post last!

Happy 1958 Kray.

1963. micromoth15 January 2011, 21:13 GMT +01:00

I agree!

Happy 1958 Kray, from me and the prize.

1964. xymonau15 January 2011, 23:48 GMT +01:00

He means second prize, Kray. First prize is with his mumsy and he refuses to speak to those who are not winners, so you miss out, sorry. However, on behalf of the League of Perpetual Winners (no "h", two "n"s), let me say that on the auspicious accasion of your 1958, all creation rejoices and wishes you everything imaginable.

1965. micromoth16 January 2011, 8:12 GMT +01:00

What's an accasion?

1966. xymonau16 January 2011, 9:33 GMT +01:00

It's what you call a questionable occasion, if you hit the wrong keys.

1967. crisderaud16 January 2011, 15:50 GMT +01:00

You suggest we are perpetual whiners but I have nothing to fret about as I don't detect that ghastly soup anywhere nearby and the prize has brought me a gift to brighten my day!

1968. micromoth16 January 2011, 17:27 GMT +01:00

Nice to see that the prize gave you a leaving present. Now he's back with me. I asked him for an industrial strength soup eradicator but he says they don't make them that big. :)

1969. crisderaud16 January 2011, 18:57 GMT +01:00

Dez suggests we just use a spoon for eradication. I'm not too quick to agree with her :)

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