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 Post subject: Re: Valentine's Day.
PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2007 7:09 pm 
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Chris Monk wrote:
Logged on to the forum today (15th) and according to the forum dates/times no one posted to the forum at all yesterday. You romantic devils. :wink:

or was there some problem with the forum yesterday?

Where was I? Well I took my eldest to his weekly Creative Writing lesson and then had an early night. When I say early night I mean pyjamas on, light off, followed by snorring and absolutely no hanky-panky, for which I'm sure the missus was thankful.

...who says romance is dead. :wink:


No Casanovas here Chris (see "post problems" thread). My back was feeling the worse for wear and I only managed a curry and a bit of telly. Besides, when I retired for the night, Mrs. H was fast asleep.

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Thanks for the reply Hobo, the lack of posts is beginning to creep me out. Can't find the 'post problems' thread. It's all getting a little spooky. Bit like one of those films where the hero wakes up to find he's the only man left alive.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2007 12:12 pm 
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Chris Monk wrote:
Thanks for the reply Hobo, the lack of posts is beginning to creep me out. Can't find the 'post problems' thread. It's all getting a little spooky. Bit like one of those films where the hero wakes up to find he's the only man left alive.


TD fans all woke up as pod people, the nightmare of which is that they're all now James Blunt fans and have therefore defected to his forum.....argh!

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Chris Monk wrote:
Thanks for the reply Hobo, the lack of posts is beginning to creep me out. Can't find the 'post problems' thread. It's all getting a little spooky. Bit like one of those films where the hero wakes up to find he's the only man left alive.


TD fans all woke up as pod people, the nightmare of which is that they're all now James Blunt fans and have therefore defected to his forum.....argh!


Don't even joke about it!

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2007 4:13 pm 
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I was beginning to wonder whether everyone was off trying to complete a "Twelve Trials of Tangerine Dream" to earn a tour laminate. :wink:

Nice to know I'm not alone.


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