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Poppy

A Little More Imagination Required Please.

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1 hour ago, grendel said:

It wasnt me, more than my jobs worth.

 

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13 minutes ago, JennyMorgan said:

Since this forum is Broads related and thus Norfolk & Suffolk perhaps the popular farmyard term of 'muck' would be apt?

"Load of old squit".

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Never heard it called that before, at least not three times! Must be a posh 'Thorpe Island' term, in triplicate.

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Sorry about the repetition but you must have heard of that Norfolk farmer's expression?

It means good old farmyard slurry, ripe for muck spreading!

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1 minute ago, Vaughan said:

Sorry about the repetition but you must have heard of that Norfolk farmer's expression?

Many times, generally in relation to BNP propaganda!

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50 minutes ago, Vaughan said:

"Load of old squit".

Seen many posts called that over the years! 🤨

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2 hours ago, vanessan said:

Seen many posts called that over the years! 🤨

Very often by Poppy! 

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I am sorry been busy today so i have only just got round to re-editing the title back to its original, unfortunately we cannot determine who changed it and no-one has owned up to it, so you will just have to accept my apology Poppy, it was obviously done because someone thought you liked a good joke (probably due to your signature line).

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The "who cares" comment was out of order from someone with the admin badge and deserves an apology, if from someone without the badge or same person not using the badge would be easier to take.

We appreciate all the admin but if you post under the badge we expect better or you can't expect better of us.

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31 minutes ago, Smoggy said:

The "who cares" comment was out of order from someone with the admin badge and deserves an apology, if from someone without the badge or same person not using the badge would be easier to take.

We appreciate all the admin but if you post under the badge we expect better or you can't expect better of us.

Or the quip about a load of crap!

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8 minutes ago, VetChugger said:

Or the quip about a load of crap!

Yeah and that, I gotta add that despite the posting time it was nothing I wasn't thinking earlier long before alcahol.

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4 hours ago, Smoggy said:

but if you post under the badge we expect better or you can't expect better of us.

It would be impossible to post under the badge or not as that just indicates which member group you belong to and stays fixed

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17 hours ago, Smoggy said:

The "who cares" comment was out of order from someone with the admin badge and deserves an apology, if from someone without the badge or same person not using the badge would be easier to take.

We appreciate all the admin but if you post under the badge we expect better or you can't expect better of us.

The post has a smiley face after it. Poopy claims to have a sense of humour.... obviously not!

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1 hour ago, Maxwellian said:

The post has a smiley face after it. Poopy claims to have a sense of humour.... obviously not!

How unfortunate that it is not possible to 'ignore' Admin - even those who don't have the decency to 'own up.'.

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5 hours ago, Maxwellian said:

Poopy claims to have a sense of humour

Another example of this sense of humour? No smiley this time??

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4 hours ago, VetChugger said:

Another example of this sense of humour? No smiley this time??

or slip of the finger, they are next to each other on the keyboard.

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On 29/06/2020 at 10:23, Lastdraft said:

I'll be glad when you lot are back at school.

They be outside toilets in them days at the bottom of the school yard

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22 minutes ago, TheQ said:

They be outside toilets in them days at the bottom of the school yard

I remember them; I could get mine higher than most. :default_norty:

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25 minutes ago, TheQ said:

They be outside toilets in them days at the bottom of the school yard

These be the toilets with the waft of embassy, park drive, woodbine and capstan full strength would they be? :659_smoking:

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