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22 Jul 2007, 2:36 pm

nice try !

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22 Jul 2007, 3:23 pm

Ah, it is nice to know that there are so many kind members concerned for the welfare of of this thread. :D

I think it would be a good idea to employ a professional thread-killer at this site. Someone who would be willing to see his or her name forever last in posts. I'm surprised someone hasn't thought of this excellent job opportunity before. :lol:



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22 Jul 2007, 3:32 pm

i once did it, remember ? (experience counts !)
wouldn't i be good for the job starr ? hé ? please ?


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22 Jul 2007, 3:35 pm

Starr wrote:
Ah, it is nice to know that there are so many kind members concerned for the welfare of of this thread. :D

I think it would be a good idea to employ a professional thread-killer at this site. Someone who would be willing to see his or her name forever last in posts. I'm surprised someone hasn't thought of this excellent job opportunity before. :lol:


You mean to hire a thread assassin?



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22 Jul 2007, 3:41 pm

Yes, a thread assassin Asparval! :lol: Well, Lemon, I sort of had myself in mind for the job actually :lol: The idea being that I carry on killing threads in my own inimitable way, the only difference being that and everyone would pay me to do it!

I've not worked out what my salary would be yet but I think I should have a car, preferably a sporty one (just to get me to threads as quickly as possible) and I would also need an assistant to cover busy thread-killing days. Do you fancy that job Lemon? Your job title would be Assistant Assassin 8) We could probably arrange a car for you too. WP is a busy place!



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22 Jul 2007, 3:44 pm

just as you say starr, i'm better at following instruction than organising them all myself,
so i'd say 'yes' !
but you need to be a good, clear and respectfull boss okay (don't forget to give me a compliment once in a while :D ) ?



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22 Jul 2007, 3:45 pm

This need to end now. I can't take it anymore. :x



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22 Jul 2007, 3:49 pm

Right! The job's yours - you can start tomorrow. I know you'll be really good at it being such an experienced professional. (Is that complimentary enough? :D )

We should also employ a tea/coffee maker and biscuit buyer shouldn't we? Anyone want a job? Job title would be 'Tea and Cofee maker and assistant-assistant assassin' the job might involve some thread killing while Lemon and myself are busy having a manicure at the nail salon then going shopping, errrm I mean, attending to important thread business!



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22 Jul 2007, 3:50 pm

0_equals_true wrote:
This need to end now. I can't take it anymore. :x


Any good at tea-making 0_equals_true? And would you welcome an exciting new job opportunity? :D



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22 Jul 2007, 4:02 pm

Shouldn't thread assassins be top secret? :lol:

Also you need a calling card like Zorro so we know where you have struck.

Then we can look at your calling card and say:


They seek her here, they seek her there
Those aspies seek her everywhere
Is she near or is she far?
That damned elusive Assassin Starr!



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22 Jul 2007, 4:40 pm

isn't there a little poem for starr's 'right hand' too ?

hint hint



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22 Jul 2007, 4:50 pm

Starr wrote:
0_equals_true wrote:
This need to end now. I can't take it anymore. :x


Any good at tea-making 0_equals_true? And would you welcome an exciting new job opportunity? :D

I'm good at making my own tea

1. NO MILK!
2. Hold one corner of the square tea bag an let the tea form a triangle
3. Hang the triangle over the edge of the mug
4. Being careful not to scold yourself poor boiling water thought the triangle into the cup
5. Then with you have enough water dip in an out till you have the desired strength
6. Not too strong must be transparent.
7. Never, Never squeeze the bag or leave it in there too long
8. Sugar is not necessary because it is mild you've be able to taste it and it won't be too astringent



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22 Jul 2007, 6:49 pm

I think the tea and biscuits are making this thread feel better, not killing it off. :lol:


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23 Jul 2007, 1:20 am

lemon wrote:
isn't there a little poem for starr's 'right hand' too ?

hint hint


Have you any idea how difficult it is to find a rhyme for 'lemon'? :)



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23 Jul 2007, 3:51 am

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They seek her here, they seek her there
Those aspies seek her everywhere
Is she near or is she far?
That damned elusive Assassin Starr!


I love it Asparval! :lol: You should be nominated WP's poet laureate...just gotta find a rhyme for 'Lemon' now and the title is yours :D ...I've been thinking and I can't think of one either. Hmm... :?:



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23 Jul 2007, 3:52 am

BazzaMcKenzie wrote:
I think the tea and biscuits are making this thread feel better, not killing it off. :lol:


Yes, the miraculous restorative properties of tea and biscuits - amazing isn't it? :lol: