The 6000+ Comp' - Talk about it thread!

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Thu Apr 22, 2010 8:44 pm

Richard - those pills are really working, but I'm just not sure that they are doing what they are meant to be doing. :-D

BTW - bollocks to a ''fluffy'' forum. :wink:

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Fri Apr 23, 2010 8:24 am

waverider wrote: Probably be even worse if I won it Eh, retired in splendor with no mortgage or children to feed and clothe, no debts to my parents and already enough kites, boards and other toys to keep a smile on my face.

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Perhaps you should pick a number to go with your photo Richard!! :lol: :roll:
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Fri Apr 23, 2010 8:53 am

Just to get things in-order, Puff is northern for poofta, the coming-out of the existing fluff amongst-us would be terrific along with a few extras though all the lesbians I met so-far have been a little-bit cave-man for my liking so I'm reserved about Lesbians rather than suffering from a phobia, and, not picking a number wasn't anything to-do with a failing memory or senior-moment but thank-you for pointing it-out, I always-always appreciate the help.

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Fri Apr 23, 2010 11:17 am

i certainly feel closer to a few of you now and apprceiate the cultural, and sexual diversity this forum caters for , but what about the freakin race? ;-)

i'm an agressive lesbian by the way
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Mon Apr 26, 2010 12:03 pm

Tony wrote:Whilst I am in full agreement with the comments, it's difficult for me to go back and change the comp' rules once it has started. I think though, it is reasonable to state that if you less than five posts at the end of the comp' and you are a winner, then you will not be eligable for a prize. This will not discount any entries already made and gives a good few weeks for poeple to get involved

Your thoughts please?

Tony
Whilst the 5 posts thing makes sense. Ive only recently found this forum about 6 weeks ago (have previously been using the kitecrowd forum just cos my mates are on there). Ive been looking for a new board and have been checking the for sale section constantly and have contacted quite a few sellers via PM's, emails and phone calls. This obviously cant be seen by everyone but surely this counts as contribution to the site even though Ive made very few posts so far.
Your thoughts are welcomed.

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Mon Apr 26, 2010 12:05 pm

Oh and I am also a massive lesbian
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Mon Apr 26, 2010 9:38 pm

beardyjim wrote:
Tony wrote:I'm gonna leave Ned's pics in cos they are good, just gonna delete his number :-D

OK, some news, the picture below is of a white wainman pump on the windscreen of my Chevy, this can only mean one thing :wink:

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Does it mean that the top prize is now just a pump ;) or that you've been out on it just to check that it all works :-D
Or he's gone out, had a moment of madness and pain (much like the 'oh god noes!' moment i believe Ned may have had watching his kite in that picture) and the pump is the only remaining item from the prize.... :lol: .... Because as you know, you can’t send out untested products, it would just be rude!

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Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:55 am

Hey

I'm getting a lot of PM's about hosting images and linking to images

Please use this thread to ask questions as keeping on top of the comp' as well as other forum stuff and my real world job can make life hectic sometimes :-D

I cannot host images, it would be nice to, but again, this is too time consuming for me

If its a FB image, make sure the image can be shared (log out of FB then click on the link, if you have to log in, then it wont work)
Copy the whole URL, when you right click and go "properties", the whole URL may not be visible, when you highlight it, prior to copying it, pull your mouse down, it will reveal everything, it will end in a file extension, more often than not JPG, but may be GIF

Cheers

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Wed Apr 28, 2010 10:12 am

Benro wrote: Your thoughts are welcomed.

Ben
My thoughts are that there have always been lot's of members who are read-only for whatever reason and it was inevitable these members would join the contest along with others who found-out about it from the other forum or pals. It was also inevitable that if someone wins first prize with only a few seemingly token postings that more regular posters might feel wronged.

The prize-givers have offered the prizes in order to attract attention to their product and Tony is bound to be happy with more members regardless of them being daily contributers, regular readers or occasional contributers.

You're welcome Ben.
Are you west-coast USA type lesbian or the butch type. ?
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Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:10 pm

I think that the prize should only be awarded to those with at least 1469 posts.

This will remain pertinent until I post somewhere else on the forum.

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Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:28 pm

Well. that fell on stony-ground. Thought I could get an argument going on approved types of lesbian.
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Wed Apr 28, 2010 12:57 pm

Clearly not a very fussy membership. However, for what its worth I can't see the point of the cropped hair and dungaree type. Unless you want a good mechanic.
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Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:00 pm

...or a sensible and informed discussion on real ale :-)
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Wed Apr 28, 2010 4:10 pm

waverider wrote:Well. that fell on stony-ground. Thought I could get an argument going on approved types of lesbian.
Sorry Richard, I tried.

What do you think about butch lesbians on a wainmann smokes they won on here after 1 post, on a board bought from an unauthorised internet dealer in Ireland, with a board leash and wearing a vest?
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Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:02 pm

Can I please answer on Thursday and in increments, :-D in the mean-time, I don't have time for 'butch' regardless of where it comes from, I always had a case for a leash even though I rarely use one and internet sales are being used by just about everyone in the business. Picking on the guys in NI is unfair whilst we still have dealers-dealing out the back of a van at the beach, and finally, the person who had the nerve to join the forum just for the competition could become a mentor to us-all.

Looks like I have to accept the vest.

The biggest risk is not taking a risk.
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