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Ptaylor



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 11 2010,17:36   

Happy birfday, kia ora. Here's a virtual pint of Abbot ale.

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fnxtr



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 11 2010,18:17   

Well... being most definitely out witted here today, I can only lift a bottle of Granville Island Lager in your honour, Louis. Oh, and thanks for the sig.

Happy bidet.

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Louis



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 11 2010,18:41   

Ok, confession. I may have accidentally gone to the pub. I blame society.

It seemed like a good idea at the time, but I haven't had a proper drink in 4 months (health kick, it was working). I think beer got stronger while I was away.

Tomorrow's gonna be fun!

Louis

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Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 11 2010,19:32   

Quote (MadPanda, FCD @ Nov. 11 2010,16:11)
You almost lost your virginity on a fig?  (blinka blinka)  There isn't a lot of room on top of one of those things...

:D


The MadPanda, FCD

Well that's plum silly!

  
Doc Bill



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 11 2010,22:04   

I loved my favorite local, the Princess of Wales, which didn't serve half pints.

Sorry, Gov, all the h'pint mugs are in the wash.

Pity that.  Had to down pints instead.  Birthday or not.

  
fnxtr



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 12 2010,00:58   

Quote (Doc Bill @ Nov. 11 2010,20:04)
I loved my favorite local, the Princess of Wales, which didn't serve half pints.

What did she have against short men?

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"But it's disturbing to think someone actually thinks creationism -- having put it's hand on the hot stove every day for the last 400 years -- will get a different result tomorrow." -- midwifetoad

  
Louis



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 12 2010,04:17   

Quote (Henry J @ Nov. 12 2010,01:32)
Quote (MadPanda @ FCD,Nov. 11 2010,16:11)
You almost lost your virginity on a fig?  (blinka blinka)  There isn't a lot of room on top of one of those things...

:D


The MadPanda, FCD

Well that's plum silly!

Orange you glad we aren't going to make a pun cascade out of this?

Louis

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Bye.

  
fnxtr



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 12 2010,08:59   

Quote (Louis @ Nov. 12 2010,02:17)
Quote (Henry J @ Nov. 12 2010,01:32)
Quote (MadPanda @ FCD,Nov. 11 2010,16:11)
You almost lost your virginity on a fig?  (blinka blinka)  There isn't a lot of room on top of one of those things...

:D


The MadPanda, FCD

Well that's plum silly!

Orange you glad we aren't going to make a pun cascade out of this?

Louis

Yes it's become a fruitless excersize.

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"But it's disturbing to think someone actually thinks creationism -- having put it's hand on the hot stove every day for the last 400 years -- will get a different result tomorrow." -- midwifetoad

  
Louis



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 12 2010,10:00   

Quote (fnxtr @ Nov. 12 2010,14:59)
Quote (Louis @ Nov. 12 2010,02:17)
Quote (Henry J @ Nov. 12 2010,01:32)
 
Quote (MadPanda @ FCD,Nov. 11 2010,16:11)
You almost lost your virginity on a fig?  (blinka blinka)  There isn't a lot of room on top of one of those things...

:D


The MadPanda, FCD

Well that's plum silly!

Orange you glad we aren't going to make a pun cascade out of this?

Louis

Yes it's become a fruitless excersize.

The entire thing will turn into a lemon*, you know it will.

Louis

*Is this obscurish (perhaps British) colloquialism suitable?

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Bye.

  
Amadan



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 12 2010,10:41   

Quote (Louis @ Nov. 12 2010,16:00)
Quote (fnxtr @ Nov. 12 2010,14:59)
Quote (Louis @ Nov. 12 2010,02:17)
 
Quote (Henry J @ Nov. 12 2010,01:32)
 
Quote (MadPanda @ FCD,Nov. 11 2010,16:11)
You almost lost your virginity on a fig?  (blinka blinka)  There isn't a lot of room on top of one of those things...

:D


The MadPanda, FCD

Well that's plum silly!

Orange you glad we aren't going to make a pun cascade out of this?

Louis

Yes it's become a fruitless excersize.

The entire thing will turn into a lemon*, you know it will.

Louis

*Is this obscurish (perhaps British) colloquialism suitable?

Kumquat may, we'll find a pun for it.

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JoeG BTW dumbass- some variations help ensure reproductive fitness so they cannot be random wrt it.

   
Lou FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 12 2010,10:56   

Happy birthday, Louis!

(great name, btw!)

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Kristine



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 12 2010,23:32   

Quote (Amadan @ Nov. 12 2010,10:41)
 
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Quote (fnxtr @ Nov. 12 2010,14:59)
   
Quote (Louis @ Nov. 12 2010,02:17)
   
Quote (Henry J @ Nov. 12 2010,01:32)
     
Quote (MadPanda @ FCD,Nov. 11 2010,16:11)
You almost lost your virginity on a fig?  (blinka blinka)  There isn't a lot of room on top of one of those things...

:D


The MadPanda, FCD

Well that's plum silly!

Orange you glad we aren't going to make a pun cascade out of this?

Louis

Yes it's become a fruitless excersize.

The entire thing will turn into a lemon*, you know it will.

Louis

*Is this obscurish (perhaps British) colloquialism suitable?

Kumquat may, we'll find a pun for it.

Or otherwise mango it.

Hippo birdee two ewes! :)

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Wolfhound



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 13 2010,03:49   

Quote (Kristine @ Nov. 13 2010,00:32)
Quote (Amadan @ Nov. 12 2010,10:41)
 
Quote (Louis @ Nov. 12 2010,16:00)
   
Quote (fnxtr @ Nov. 12 2010,14:59)
   
Quote (Louis @ Nov. 12 2010,02:17)
     
Quote (Henry J @ Nov. 12 2010,01:32)
     
Quote (MadPanda @ FCD,Nov. 11 2010,16:11)
You almost lost your virginity on a fig?  (blinka blinka)  There isn't a lot of room on top of one of those things...

:D


The MadPanda, FCD

Well that's plum silly!

Orange you glad we aren't going to make a pun cascade out of this?

Louis

Yes it's become a fruitless excersize.

The entire thing will turn into a lemon*, you know it will.

Louis

*Is this obscurish (perhaps British) colloquialism suitable?

Kumquat may, we'll find a pun for it.

Or otherwise mango it.

Hippo birdee two ewes! :)

Ug.  That one made me quince.

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afarensis



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 13 2010,07:25   

Belated Happy Birthday*!


* By that of course I mean Dagenham Heathway as recommended by Finchley, Finchly, and Fotherhill's 1943 edition of Dagenham Openings for Mornington Crescent, revised 3rd edition

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deadman_932



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 13 2010,14:43   

My fellow AtBC-ers:

Many decades ago, a once-nameless horror was born on a wretched gray island.

Bulbous-headed and mustachioed, the resemblance to his mother was immediately recognized by all, though young Louis was also clearly the spawn of the Dark Forces that eternally plague mankind.

Despite the unwanted "attentions" of a certain "Uncle," Louis had a carefree childhood, and and soon grew into a pest of vast knowledge and vocabulary. His father -- an itinerant phlegm-sweep-- wanted a better life for Louis, and apprenticed his son to a local Cockney pickpocket who noticed the lad's pouty lips and potential. The townsfolk themselves eventually raised the money to send Louis far, far away to the Dunwich School for Nubile Boys.

Dressed in his velvet-and-lace finery, Master Louis was resplendent, and it was said that his schoolmates often showered him with gold coins, golden praise and other yellowish things. He got to know his headmaster intimately, along with certain upperclassmen who taught him unspeakable crimes against nature, and also introduced him to the field that later became his passion, alchemy. Luis also cultivated a butt-thrusting waddle that later became his trademark. With his friends Hermione Granger and Ron Weaseley, Louis engaged in a series of adventures that caught the eye of schools elesewhere.

Soon, Louis had entered university, where he put his alchemical knowledge to good use by creating new lubricants and various scented oils. He surprised his tutors by breeding a strain of chemically-altered gay mice that earned him his degree. This then lead to his marriage and the birth of Arden's son.

Today, we are pleased to call Louis our friend and raise a toast to the man, the legend, the genius that is Louis. Long may his misshapen head sway over our fair land. To Louis!

P.S. Yes, I'm late, homos. Missed you all, hope things are going well, life is pretty damned fun. Cheers!

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didymos



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 13 2010,16:04   

Dammit. I'm always forgetting to check for these.  Well, like Dembski's Fall, this "Happy Birthday" takes effect retroactively. And no, I won't bow to your "text".

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J-Dog



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 13 2010,17:57   

I think Deadman's Birthday Wishes To Louis deserves a All-Time, All-Star Birthday Wishes Bestest Birthday Post Evar.  

Do we have that award yet?

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Wolfhound



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 13 2010,18:56   

Quote (J-Dog @ Nov. 13 2010,18:57)
I think Deadman's Birthday Wishes To Louis deserves a All-Time, All-Star Birthday Wishes Bestest Birthday Post Evar.  

Do we have that award yet?

I'm fairly certain that Lou can fabricate one in between tests, term papers, and other such frivolous endeavors.

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