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note to J9 re PMs
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usertwooks
Posted: 4 August 2008 8:42 PM
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Hi Jan - got your note - posted just after my last log on - been one of those family week-ends donchaknow - sorry not replied but I also seem to be having problems with PMs - don't know if it's just me [usually is]

I'm now looking forward to a nice peaceful and pleasant interlude



PS - seems to have been a lot of posts in the last week - ain't you bin busy
probably take me all night to catch up
p'raps I need a glass of red to help me along

Edited by twooks 2008-08-04 8:44 PM
userTracker
Posted: 4 August 2008 8:53 PM
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PS - Janine absolutely HATES being called Jan!

PPS - There are plenty of other things that I could think of to call the good lady - but I am far to much of a gentlemen to suggest any!
usertwooks
Posted: 4 August 2008 10:15 PM
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OK Dickie


'course if you weren't so nosey - ... .. . .. . . .. . ... . . . . . . . . . ...



Edited by twooks 2008-08-04 10:16 PM
userJ9withdogs
Posted: 5 August 2008 1:43 PM
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Tracker - 2008-08-04 8:53 PM

PPS - There are plenty of other things that I could think of to call the good lady - but I am far to much of a gentlemen to suggest any!


Oy you - and me keeping your secret for all this time too.
userTracker
Posted: 5 August 2008 4:46 PM
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OK then Jan baby - deal or no deal?

I'll keep your secret if you will keep mine?
usertwooks
Posted: 6 August 2008 9:41 AM
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apologies to J9
Sorry Janine - but I got so frustrated trying to send a lengthy and incredibly witty response to your PM - the system kept eating my note - so I fired off a quick thread instead.
I have a friend who refuses to answer to Janine - so I guess I got mixed up.


a senior moment I guess - really should get back into the habit of using notepad for longer scribblings

userJ9withdogs
Posted: 6 August 2008 10:36 AM
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No worries, Twooks - I wasn't going to say anything.

As my Grandad used to say - you can call me whatever you like, as long as you don't call me late for my dinner!
usertwooks
Posted: 6 August 2008 10:57 AM
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I get asked 'how do you spell it' with my name - usual response any way you're comfortable with - as long as it's reasonably polite - some strange phonetic type spellings around these daze

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Posted: 6 August 2008 2:49 PM
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Funny - I wouldn't have thought there were many ways to spell 'Twooks'
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Posted: 6 August 2008 6:18 PM
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Tracker - 2008-08-04 8:53 PM

PS - Janine absolutely HATES being called Jan!

PPS - There are plenty of other things that I could think of to call the good lady - but I am far to much of a gentlemen to suggest any!




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Edited by malc d 2008-08-06 6:21 PM
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Posted: 6 August 2008 6:30 PM
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malc d - 2008-08-06 6:18 PM

Tracker - 2008-08-04 8:53 PM

PS - Janine absolutely HATES being called Jan!

PPS - There are plenty of other things that I could think of to call the good lady - but I am far to much of a gentlemen to suggest any!




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My mind is boggling Malc!
usermalc d
Posted: 6 August 2008 7:42 PM
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J9withdogs - 2008-08-06 6:30 PM

malc d - 2008-08-06 6:18 PM

Tracker - 2008-08-04 8:53 PM

PS - Janine absolutely HATES being called Jan!

PPS - There are plenty of other things that I could think of to call the good lady - but I am far to much of a gentlemen to suggest any!




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My mind is boggling Malc!




Well I can't leave you boggling all night.

We are told that you don't like being called Jan, but I was going to say that calling you J9 always makes me think of a world war two submarine.

( Is there a film " The Hunt for J9 "? )

From your photo I can clearly see there's no resemblance, so there didn't seem much point in bringing it up.
So I won't.



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Posted: 6 August 2008 7:46 PM
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Thank you for that Malc - just as long as you weren't confusing me with K9, which is a dog, that's OK
userTracker
Posted: 6 August 2008 7:50 PM
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As someone who has met a few dogs J9, I can confirm that you surely are not one of them.

Are films being confused here?

The Hunt for Red October comes to mind as a submarine film

J9 was a Royal Navy submarine from WW1 and, I think, was the last of a batch of 9 'J' class boats built in 1915.

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Posted: 6 August 2008 7:53 PM
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I think it's a cover-up Rich.

Malc's doing a spot of back-pedalling here, methinks
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Posted: 6 August 2008 8:16 PM
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J9withdogs - 2008-08-06 7:53 PM

I think it's a cover-up Rich.

Malc's doing a spot of back-pedalling here, methinks



Absolutely no back pedalling involved Janine.

...and Trackers come up with the sub that I have probably heard of sometime. ( So it came from my sub-conscious).

.....and

...before you say it


........no I did NOT serve on that sub in WW1.

userTracker
Posted: 6 August 2008 8:31 PM
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malc d - 2008-08-06 8:16 PM

........no I did NOT serve on that sub in WW1.



Did they have waiters on the subs in your day then Malc?
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Posted: 6 August 2008 8:51 PM
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malc d - 2008-08-06 8:16 PM

........no I did NOT serve on that sub in WW1.



Did they have waiters on the subs in your day then Malc?



Didn't even have subs in my day.

I was a Spitfire pilot in the Boer war.

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