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1. krayker16 July 2010, 13:45 GMT +02:00

You can only change ONE letter, AND/OR rearrange the letters currently available. The first word is:


7970. Ayla8714 December 2012, 7:58 GMT +01:00


on PI as long as it fits your needs, there will always be a chance to use additional filters fore more and more effects...

7971. xymonau15 December 2012, 11:35 GMT +01:00

true, and it keeps my


in image manipulation while I save for the other

7972. Ayla8716 December 2012, 8:14 GMT +01:00

you still will have to save


because of those high prizes, but it feels always good to have some more goals in life.

7973. xymonau16 December 2012, 9:19 GMT +01:00

my goal in the short term is to get through this week and drive to Brisbane on Christmas day - I'll be off like a


chased by foxes, because I'll see my son, his partner and my granddaughters, and I'm really looking forward to that

7974. Ayla8717 December 2012, 7:01 GMT +01:00

I'm sure you will


a wonderful time. Enjoy! Traffic should be quite wild with all those santas around...

7975. xymonau17 December 2012, 9:44 GMT +01:00

reindeer droppings are much easier to cope with than semi-trailers, I


7976. Ayla8717 December 2012, 10:13 GMT +01:00



well may be. Will you drive with a hard hat on, then, to be on the safe side?

7977. xymonau17 December 2012, 12:04 GMT +01:00

If reindeers were as big as elephants, perhaps...

and in days of


they may have been

7978. Ayla8717 December 2012, 12:25 GMT +01:00

don't test


luck too much ;-)

7979. xymonau18 December 2012, 21:15 GMT +01:00

I will


only on the reindeer-free highways

7980. Ayla8719 December 2012, 6:33 GMT +01:00

I think this will


out to be a very wise decision.

7981. xymonau19 December 2012, 9:40 GMT +01:00

mind you, if I have to explain to anyone what I'm doing, they'll report me for being


7982. Ayla8719 December 2012, 12:18 GMT +01:00

you can make a collection of nice stickers like

- I don't brake for reindeers or
- who has the


to taste my soup?

7983. xymonau19 December 2012, 22:37 GMT +01:00

I am going to graduate from pointy sticks to


if people keep being offensive about my cooking

7984. Ayla8720 December 2012, 6:36 GMT +01:00

oh, guns are nothing special anymore, look to america. I think pointy sticks still have some more potential to attract attention if you want to shoo someone like a


7985. xymonau20 December 2012, 10:39 GMT +01:00

I can temporarily


a man with my pointy stick, whereas, when I use a gun, they seem to stay stunned

7986. Ayla8720 December 2012, 12:07 GMT +01:00

I would like to have a purse like the gun in your example - one that would never


out to be empty, stay filled forever, that would be nice. Preferably with money, of course. Dunno what other people may have in their purses? Holes perhaps?

7987. xymonau20 December 2012, 14:01 GMT +01:00

No matter how much I pay for a purse, the darn thing always gets a hole in the change section. I stopped carrying a wallet years ago when I lost mine. It had all my money, cards, drivers licence, etc, and it was all gone and all had to be replaced. I was really poor, and the loss of the money was devastating. Since then, I carry it all in a large handbag, which I never lose. I march to another


these days, driven by fear of losing another wallet! LOL

7988. Ayla8720 December 2012, 14:34 GMT +01:00

To loose all my money, cards, drivers licence, etc is a


catastrophe. Nothing you should make a hobby of. I have once broken the key when I tried to get in home. It must have been old, I didn't use much power to turn it in the keyhole. Since that moment I'm always afraid this might happen again. It's quite expensive, those locksmiths charge high prices for their repairs... No experience you easily forget...

7989. xymonau20 December 2012, 15:04 GMT +01:00

That's why you should always have spare keys cut. Locksmiths are rip-offs, I think. My son recently locked himself out and had to pay a huge amount of money for a locksmith to drill one hole in the door. It's just that awful sinking feeling that you get at the moment of realisation that grabs you, hey? not


7990. Ayla8721 December 2012, 6:29 GMT +01:00

and it


another one of these holes in the purse until the purse turns into a net

7991. xymonau21 December 2012, 7:52 GMT +01:00

cats -

how are yours?

7992. Ayla8721 December 2012, 8:28 GMT +01:00

they are masters in the


of keeping us busy - young cats obviously haven't heard that cats usually sleep sometimes. Instead they pop into every open cupboard door (and won't come out again voluntarily), tear down things, need lots of education with progress going slowly only. So things could be more relaxed, we seem to get old ;-)

7993. xymonau22 December 2012, 13:37 GMT +01:00

I love kittens. It has been a long time since I had one. but they are so cute. Then they just collapse with exhaustion and look so cute while they're sleeping.

Cats that can't go outside get bored very easily, so it is hard work. My son keeps his indoors all the time, too. Given that even domestic cats have a huge territory, it's little wonder they push the boundaries. Are they getting on together any better?

they say it's best to keep busy and wear out rather than



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