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KrismusSikpunz

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Which arsewipe is deleting threads

My thread had over 200 posts on Friday, now it's gone?

 

The only people who could delete my thread are mods & me.

Seeing as I was the only one not to use any foul language or threatening behaviour, it was obviously not me. I had every reason to keep it going.

 

So it must have been one of the moderators! There was a lot of truth posted on it about somebody's bad attitude.

 

It can only be Skycat? the most obvious culprit.

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Beelady

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Beelady says:

I've been out on a rideout too

I get back and there's all sorts of witchery going on.

Rugbyman, have you tried spinning to the left three times and then burying the turnip under an East facing Oak tree? Must be done under the light of a full moon or there's no way it's going to focus the full power of the spell on your wish.

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calamityjane

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calamityjane says:

damn it

beelady, you are good, I'm still in the apprentiship stages:biggrin:

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Mickly

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Mickly says:

Why ???

Why does the number of posts on a deleted thread matter?

Is there some kind of competition I'm unaware of? what's the prize?
Mickly

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mickster1

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mickster1 says:

witchery

are you talking from experience bee :shock: does john know about this :blink:
your scaring me now :unsure:

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stevebaldy

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stevebaldy says:

ere, hang on

is this what to expect at the next meet ?

 

.....:unsure:

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evlcatnw

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evlcatnw says:

Rugs

ya silly sod! Its sugar beet u need-and u need to draw a circle to protect urself from the counterspells that might put the horrible things back!!


Which witch decided which witcherypokery postery nonsense to use invisible ink on this time??

I had a fab rideout.com using a combination of my horseriding, bucking bronco and limpet skills between devils, manor cafe and squires....

Several worlds were put to rights, a few more holes in the ozone were opened up and several gallons of coffee and numerous cakes consumed and yep i got the life squished outa me :-)

Day one of holiday went rather well methinks!

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aehewitt

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aehewitt says:

Steve

Which bit do you thinks fishy.????????:huh:

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calamityjane

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calamityjane says:

cheers steve

thats like dreams i have after too much vino. freaky:shock:

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entus

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entus says:

Krispy's ride out

Sorry folks, can't help myself.
Listen to your mother Krispy and I reckon enfield could've done more apart from running along at the side.
ride out.



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KrismusSikpunz

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anus

you are just a silly boy:wink: with shit for wit

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