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  1. #101
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    AHAHAHHAHAHHA!!!! That's cool! For some reason, when I first glanced at the piccy the words "Monty Python" leapt into my head. It just looks like the kind of thing they'd do You look freezing, though!
    Hey we're all back!!! Come on TTLG, stay up, stay up....hey maybe the server needs some Viagra

    Edit: FIVE PAGES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  2. #102
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    Great picture!!!

    According to the post at the very top of the Forum, most of the problems should be minimal now... hopefully!

    -Striker
    The views expressed in my post are not necessarily mine.

  3. #103
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    in my memory

    It was a wild and sunny day, quitre a bit of cloud about but plesantly warm. If it hadn't have been then there is no way you would have got me dressed like that. people have been known to pile logs onto their fires just to get me to take the thick jumper off in their house.

  4. #104
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    VIAGRA SPILL REVIVES LAKE MICHIGAN

    Originally posted by Jordana Chal
    Hey we're all back!!! Come on TTLG, stay up, stay up....hey maybe the server needs some Viagra
    Chicago A freighter containing 62,000 metric tons of popular impotence drug Viagra struck a reef and sank in Lake Michigan today. As a result, the once-frigid lake no longer dangles into Illinois and Indiana, but now spans majestically across northern Wisconsin.

    According to eyewitnesses, roughly 30 to 60 minutes after the ship's contents dissolved, the lake slowly but firmly began to push northwest toward Minnesota. Eventually, its swollen banks managed to poke aside Lake Superior, which cartographers said will lose its standing as the largest of the Great Lakes for the next four to six hours.

    Area residents were surprised by the sudden shift, but conceded Michigan was "like an entirely new lake."

    "For so many years that lake just, you know, sat there," said Martha Strop of Eau Claire, Wisc. "To be honest, I never even thought about it anymore. There wasn't much of a point. But now, well, this has changed our lives forever."

    Government officials, however, were more cautious.

    In Wisconsin, Gov. Scott McCallum declared a state of emergency, while in Minnesota, Gov. Jesse Ventura declared: "Is Lake Michigan a threat, or is it just glad to see me?"



    I am pro-death.

  5. #105
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    Ania - I think the boots go most fetchingly with the ensemble too! (I never figured out how those fantasy heroines were meant to fight in high heels!)

    I really hope that day was warmer than it looked too!

  6. #106
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    The boots did not have high heels! They were not especially suitable, I know.
    I added some more assorted pictures to my proto-website, incl. another chain-mail one. Link as before, see both photo galleries.
    Ania

  7. #107
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    argh

    Argh someone hold me back from the teeth and talons of the monster below I think it's going to get me

  8. #108
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    Ania - you should really have played a Khajit with hair like that photo when you were 21! Funky photo's!

  9. #109
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    Thank you, young man, I mean, lizard.
    The Khajit connection is partly why I posted that picture
    Ceebs- it may well be that you wore the bikini first. Maybe my memory is flawed.
    Ania

  10. #110
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    Hehe, I'm not THAT young - as was confirmed to me by a child who couldn't get his head around the fact that I could remember the days of TV's with push buttons to change the channels and no mobile phones! (I'm 23) And of course the televisual delights of Fraggle Rock, Knightmare and Trap Door... hmm.. thinking about it they actually explain a lot about me!

    (Edit: I think the child's actual words were - "What? No way - you must be ancient! Did they have cars then?)

  11. #111
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    Ahhh Trapdoor

    That was some of the finest childrens telly Ever. Willie Rushton was a god

    Now for some trapdoor quotes

    It?s big and black with 1,2,3,4...oooo lot?s of legs

    It?s bonking time!I love?s a bit of bonking

    Globbits!!!

    My Sisiter bought me the Trapdoor boardgame for my 30th Birthday don't know as she was trying to send me a message

  12. #112
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    There's a Trapdoor boardgame?! Now I know that my life will not be complete until I find a copy! I love having a quest....

  13. #113
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    Don't open that TRAP DOOORRRR.........you're a fool if you dare!
    Don't open that TRAP DOOOOOOORRRRRR......'cause theres something down there.

    Cool
    Also, Knightmare was the best ever. I miss it! And Fraggle Rock? Great theme tune. Unfortunately, I learned an extremely rude version at school, the lyrics to which have overlaid the original in my memory

    I have a theory based on dozens of observations, that if you spend enough time chatting with a group of people, then at some point you will begin a nostalgic, fun-filled discussion of all the TV you used to watch when you were a kiddy
    So, check out www.tv.cream.org- a great page. Lots of things to see and do.
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  14. #114
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    Yup - I know of someone who got to be on Knightmare AND be the one wearing the helmet.. I think that would have been a dream as a kid!

    Dare I ask about the "alternative" Fraggle theme... then again it's probably unprintable and would scar my memories of the Fraggle gang for ever?! Dear sweet innocent Red, Mokey, Gobo and the doozers..well, ok, I have my doubts about Red, am sure she was a one and those doozers were known to have some wild parties..

    I think you're spot on with your theory - it's always fab to have a quick regress back to the saturday mornings of yore.. Is a shame to think that there's going to be people reading these posts who haven't got the foggiest clue what on earth we're talking about!

    Hmm... How's about a trapdoor mod for Morrowind! With quests from Berk for 'Im upstairs?!

  15. #115
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    Um, I remember the Poka-dot Door and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Does that count?
    I am pro-death.

  16. #116
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    Originally posted by Lacerta

    Dare I ask about the "alternative" Fraggle theme... then again it's probably unprintable and would scar my memories of the Fraggle gang for ever?!
    OK, since you asked (the sanitised version!)


    -Down at Fraggle Rock
    Grab a Fraggle by his (rhymes with rock)
    Swing him in the air
    By his pubic hair!
    Throw him on the floor,
    Trap his b*ll*cks in the door!
    Kick him in the head,
    'Till the f**ker's dead!


    Did I mention it was violent as well?

    I think you're spot on with your theory - it's always fab to have a quick regress back to the saturday mornings of yore.. Is a shame to think that there's going to be people reading these posts who haven't got the foggiest clue what on earth we're talking about!
    80's nostalgia is big business at the moment-check out the number of recent re-releases of classic kids TV, the merchandise in shops, the websites......we used to have kids tv nights when I was a student. Incredible fun. Do you remember that Kia Ora cinema advert (It's too orangey for crows!) ? Pound Puppies? Dastardly and Muttley?
    Mysterious Cities of Gold? Aaaaaaaaah.

    Xenomorph:
    Um, I remember the Poka-dot Door and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Does that count?
    No it does not, you young whippersnapper
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  17. #117
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    I remember Pound Puppies. Never did like it, though. I was too highper-active at the time.
    I am pro-death.

  18. #118
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    Oh Jordana - those poor poor Fraggles!

    and don't talk to me about the Cities of Gold - I watched every single one but had to miss the last episode for some reason I can no longer remember I still don't know what happened and think I've been scarred for life!

    Weren't you scared by that Kia Ora advert? I tell you - I've never looked at a crow the same way since!

    And did they ever catch that pigeon?

  19. #119
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    strangely

    Ten years ago I used to live in a valley about 6 miles from where I live now. Across the valley from where I lived then was a house that in the 70's the man who made the clangers, Ivor the Engine, Bagpuss and others used to live though because it was 20 years before I lived there I never met him.

    I didn't find this out till last year when someone I worked with gave me his biography. Came as a bit of a shock.

  20. #120
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    A true hero indeed! The man responsible for a soft cat and engine that went psssht-t-cuff... Good wholesome childhood entertainment (although Professor Yaffle was a bit disturbing - and those mice with their chanting...)(Think i must have been disturbed by a lot of the shows I watched!) Wasn't he behind Button Moon as well?

  21. #121
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    All these tv programs come under 'missing cultural references' tag for me; I was not brought up in Britain, but have lived here for long enough to have become aware of them, without necessarily having seen them.
    However, while listening to BBC radio 4, I heard an interview with the creator of Clangers. Apparently, the shows actually had a dialogue script, even though the characters communicated by whistling (the dialogue was whistled out, keeping the syllable count and the general intonation, but was entirely unintelligible). One day, the dialogue went 'sod it, the bloody door's jammed again!' - and this was censored by the BBC!
    Years later, when the 'talking' clanger toys were to became available, the makers of the toys approached the show's creator, and asked him for a piece of dialogue to attach to the knitted rodents. He obliged by supplying the line quoted above. So, anyone who owns a toy Clanger: now you know what it actually says!
    Ania

  22. #122
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    Originally posted by Lacerta
    Oh Jordana - those poor poor Fraggles!



    and don't talk to me about the Cities of Gold - I watched every single one but had to miss the last episode for some reason I can no longer remember I still don't know what happened and think I've been scarred for life!
    You can buy the episodes on e-bay in DivX format to play on your PC-not brilliant quality but perfectly watchable. I've got all 39 eps. for 7........

    Weren't you scared by that Kia Ora advert? I tell you - I've never looked at a crow the same way since!


    I thought it was cool You can listen to the ad, as well as numerous other 80's soundbites, on that site I linked to above, if you want to freak yourself out.....

    And did they ever catch that pigeon?
    Unlikely, with Muttley involved.......
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  23. #123
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    Will do a search for Cities of gold... have just purchased all episodes of Trapdoor on VCD - am impatiently waiting for them to arrive so's ~I can have a good regression session!

    Ania - such funny about the clanger toys - will crack a smile every time I see one now!

  24. #124
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    Foul mouthed space rodents, corrupting an entire generation Say what you will about the chanty Bagpuss mice, at least they kept it clean!

    We will fix it, we will fix it, we will stick it with glue glue glue.....we will stickle it, every little bit of it, we will fix it like new new new!

    Oh and on the subject of mice-the greatest mystery of Kid's TV-WHY DIDN'T DANGERMOUSE HAVE A TAIL???? It just looked wrong!
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  25. #125
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    You know - I never thought to wonder why Dangermouse didn't have a tail? Maybe it got trapped one time when he slid down that chute to the car? Was a very fab show.. I ended up with the nickname "Penfold" for years at school due to being little, roundish and having glasses half the size of my head... (was far better than being called Baron Greenback..) And can anyone remember the name of the caterpillar?

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