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Posted by Muley 09 October, 2009 12:19

Don't be daft RD, I'm not a real mule.

I'm just 'virtual' and only exist in cyber space.

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Posted by Moos 09 October, 2009 12:39

Exactly, Muley, aren't people silly.

It'd be like people saying I'm a real cow-

-oh.

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Posted by Michael Palaeologus 09 October, 2009 13:48

Muley, are you cany relation to Mrs Dobbin, the lactating donket of blessed memory?

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Posted by Muley 09 October, 2009 14:07

No, but I may have enjoyed cany relations with Mrs Dobbin the lactating donket.

Of course, I was very, very drunk.

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Posted by red devil 09 October, 2009 15:10

Muley asks DulwichMum what lactating means...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/features/images/childrens50s_muffin_gal.jpg

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Posted by Muley 09 October, 2009 15:31

It's a heartwarming image, but sadly I'm not sure DM regards me as someone with who she's on speaking terms.

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Posted by Brendan 09 October, 2009 15:34

That's a lovely new bridle she's wearing though.

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Posted by Brendan 09 October, 2009 15:42

whom

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Posted by Muley 09 October, 2009 18:23

How annoying when the foreigners speak your own language better than you!

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Posted by Brendan 09 October, 2009 18:34

the bastards. the utter, utter bastards.

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Posted by Brendan 09 October, 2009 18:35

Oh well, at least they haven't learnt when to use capitals yet.

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Posted by Muley 09 October, 2009 20:51

Or do I mean 'one's own language'?

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Posted by Muley 09 October, 2009 20:52

Come back Brendan, I need some help with my punctuation and grammer.

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Posted by EDKiwi 09 October, 2009 22:05

Wot, ee's speaking the queens english, innit.

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Posted by Brendan 09 October, 2009 22:21

word bruv!

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Posted by 09 October, 2009 22:48

helping us out with our spelling and cricket...wot next? Morris Dancing?

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Posted by Brendan 09 October, 2009 22:52

Listen here mate, we have migrated to SE and SW London in our droves on the assumption that there is NO MORRIS DANCING South of the Thames. Please tell me Im correct or I will have to give the secret codeword and well all pull up stumps and head for that cave in Siberia that weve been renovating for the holidays.

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Posted by EDKiwi 09 October, 2009 22:53

I think that one is pretty safe somehow...

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Posted by Michael Palaeologus 16 November, 2009 12:26

"Tum, tee, tum, tee, tum"

*Flits around Quiet Room with Duraglit, Mr Sheen and assorted dusters. Soon has place nice and twinkly and smelling of polish*

*Canters round with Dyson, sucks up various empty party poppers, squashed frogs, donkey feed (sniff) and some of Dulwichmum's foundation powder, she uses alot and her shaky hands spill it on the carpet*

*Steps outside to the shack for wood - recycled from the new Sainsburys Express development*

*Gets a roaring fire on the go and hangs a cauldron above it, pours in a few bottles and adds spices and fruit*

"Mulled wine anyone? On this dark and damp day it seems ideal"

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Posted by Michael Palaeologus 16 November, 2009 20:23

*Pours cold mulled wine down sink*

*Switches lights off*

*Leaves*

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Posted by brum 16 November, 2009 20:26

Sorry Mike, what a shame - after cleaning the place up and all. Perhaps the Quiet room today was... too quiet?

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Posted by 16 November, 2009 21:22

Smells vaguely of wines and spices in here. Very tidy though.

*opens Stella picks up old copy of Rustler settles on Chesterfield*

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Posted by Michael Palaeologus 16 November, 2009 21:29

"Pages 7 through to 10 - its Dulwichmum"

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Posted by dulwichmum 16 November, 2009 21:32

Krug anyone?

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Posted by Michael Palaeologus 16 November, 2009 21:42

"Clearly now that Belle de Jour has outed herself it is OK for posh birds to own up to their unsavoury pasts"

"Slop some in this tin mug Buxom Brenda"

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Posted by dulwichmum 16 November, 2009 21:52

How very dare you (bitch slaps cheeky skamp with an enormous handbag)!

Tell me when you are ready for me to remove my heel from your throat.

Submit?

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Posted by Michael Palaeologus 16 November, 2009 22:06

From here i can see your varicose veins and large tan draws. Didnt know people still wore them.

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Posted by 16 November, 2009 23:06

*looks up from Rustler at 'scene' back down to Rustler, back up*

Exactly when were these photos taken DM?

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Posted by Keef 27 November, 2009 12:38

Michael Palaeologus Wrote: (in April 2008)
-------------------------------------------------------
> Anybody read the Falco books - Roman detective,
> written by Lyndsey Davis?


19 months later

*Looks over the cover of Saturnalia and nods approvingly*

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Posted by red devil 27 November, 2009 18:24

*Spots Keef and clears throat...*

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