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Source: (consider it) Thread: Hell: Who is the sour mouthed COW who went to Colditz this year?
Sine Nomine*

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Do you think he read all five pages before he figured that out?

Or did he really want to make that post on Dyfrig's thread, but it was locked?

[Oh dear. Top of a new page...Mr. Meyer, of course, is whom I'm talking about.]

[ 14. November 2003, 11:03: Message edited by: Sine Nomine ]

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Sine Nomine*

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Make that "Myer", not that it matters.
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dyfrig
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You keep me out of this, ugly-shoe-wearing man.

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kentishmaid
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I'm sure that Sine has perfect hygiene, but it really doesn't do to be making a habit of encouraging people to remove their footwear. Anything could happen.

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3M Matt
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I see. So, Matt, are you referring to most of heterosexual porn which features pasty nasty looking men with very young, enhanced women (ah isn't marketing wonderful), or gay men's porn which in my limited experience generally features the more attractive men.

Enquiring minds want to know... is it the nasty pudgy straight porn star you were aspiring to be, or the buff, built gay one with 6-pack abs?

Eagerly awaiting you answer, and the title of your first flick.....

Oh, methinks you are not aware of modern trends in pornography! Gone are the men with dodgy tashes. Apparently, heterosexual women are more interested in "Erotica" these days, hence the emergence of a more refined porn film...starring attractive heterosexual men, and often even attempting to have a "plot" of sorts.

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kentishmaid
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Connoisseur, are you? [Biased]

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duchess

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Matt, I am not going even ask how you know that.
First Joshua Harris, then you. *Sigh*

Somebody shoot me. [Waterworks]

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Presleyterian
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Matt the Mad Medic wrote: Heterosexual women are more interested in "Erotica" these days, hence the emergence of a more refined porn film...starring attractive heterosexual men, and often even attempting to have a "plot" of sorts.
Oh please, Sugar, get with the program and call them by their official name: Alan Rickman movies.
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duchess

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AND Colin Firth movies but I won't mention any
*cough* P&P MR. DARCY...*cough* Bridget Jones...*cough*

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starbelly
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So anyway Sarkycow, did you have a good time at bible week?

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Robert Armin

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Yes, Sarkcow, sometimes you're so coy I just can't understand you. Don't beat about the bush - tell us what you really thought.

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Sarkycow
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[Big Grin]

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The Black Labrador
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and are you planning to go next year to see if it gets better?
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Sarkycow
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Patience is a virtue...

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Gremlin
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Perhaps a shipmeet should be arranged... with mass walk-ins to the 'wrong' sessions, and walk-outs at crucial moments during the appeals for cash?

I'll bring the wire cutters for the Day-2 breakout attempt. Who'll bring the folding spade for Tom, Dick & Harry?

Gremlin

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Robert Armin

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Bags I bring the vaulting horse, so that folk can tunnel out beneath it!

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Keeping fit was an obsession with Fr Moity .... He did chin ups in the vestry, calisthenics in the pulpit, and had developed a series of Tai-Chi exercises to correspond with ritual movements of the Mass. The Antipope Robert Rankin

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3M Matt
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But of course...anyone is free to leave the camp at anytime. The security and fences are for your protection.

Yet many of you feel them to be restrictive, believe yourselves to be trapped and feel a need to escape. Not recognising the true freedom you are living within.

Oh..what a beautiful metaphor that is. [Big Grin]

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daisymay

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Just out of interest, has the male leader of these "warrior" seminars been going to drum beating, sweat lodge, campfire, male bonding w/ends, and was he teaching you that sort of stuff, Sarky? Is there a sweat lodge on site, concealed within a seminar marquee? Or was it much more sweetly conventional?

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duchess

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I vote to send sweet sarkycow to a nice friendly Women of Faith Conference™. She will have to sit through hours of Estrogen-dripping stories and choruses, talking in detail about husbands, changing babies and my favorite, if there are any single ladies, well remember this someday too shall be yours however in the meanwhile, Jesus is your husband™.

As she begs for mercy, we will duck tape her little boots and chain her to her seat, only allowing her up to use the ladies' bathrooms (which are everywhere since the men's rooms are converted into ladies', flowers being put in the urinals, no I am not making this &*%& up).

Scream, child, scream...as you are told one more time that real beauty doesn't come from the outside but the inside from a lady with her own make-up artist, hairdresser and rock-star dressing outfit.

Don't bother to bring your own bible...you won't need it. This is all about feelings, bring your own kleenex or hankie.

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ChrisT

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duchess, with such a wonderful advertisment for these events, how can any man resist going?

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duchess

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quote:
Originally posted by ChrisT:
duchess, with such a wonderful advertisment for these events, how can any man resist going?

Admit it...the flowers being put in the urinals really got you curious. It is my idea of HELL. I have been to two. I literally got a migraine after one [shall remain nameless] lady comedian went on and on in her HOUSEWIFE HUMOR. I really truly did clutch my head in pain. "Girls, isn't it funny how the husband will never see the trashcan on yet he'll spot a sportcar 500 feet away...yammmeryammmeryammer" "Going shopping once again! Shoes-make up-girly girl things..." Then moveonto SHOUT TO THE LORD one more time (no Lord, no, not again. I USED To love that song the first 1000 times). 1000000 women raising hands and weeping ... me feeling like a complete heathen cuz I actually can't cry...and secretly wish for just ONE COTTON-PICKING HYMN to be song).

Joni Eareckson Tada was at one show. Of couse she went on LAST so I had to suffer through the whole night to get to her (she is truly an inspiration and my idol...I luv her). I wanted to see her again so I suffered though yet another WoF conference.

Don't get me started on how cute [CUTE-AS-BUTTON-all-girl-group]. Please. I STILL DO like "[some song of theirs]" and have sang on stage their songs in the past...however...hearing all night about how "cute and precious they are" and then seeing them do cute dance moves to their songs all night...no words. [Projectile]

I woke up my roomate the other day with LOUD [dang cute-as-button-all-girl-band] music. Ted Nugent did not work so I put [dang cute-as-button-all-girl-band].. she got out of bed cheesed off at me but it worked. [Big Grin]

Please do not give out my name in San Jose. Somebody is going to lecture me soon. Thx. [Paranoid]

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3M Matt
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On the subject of singing shout to the lord too many times Dutchess...

Quote from Tony Campolo at Colditz this year:

"It's not that I don't like modern choruses...it's just that sometimes the only difference I can tell between them and a machine gun, is that a machine gun only has a 100 rounds!"

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duchess

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Matt...

"There is no "T" in duchess" - Duchess Fergie

I think that Starbelly's* fridge magnets sum up how I feel about some choruses. I am still young however I am getting to feel more drawn to hymns than songs that repeat over and over a mantra, "Oh God you are this...Oh God you are that".

"Shout to the Lord" from Hillsong (I think) is acutally one of the BETTER ones. I used to like it...long ago, during the first thousand times I heard it. [evil confession] Now I use it as time to hit the restroom before the sermon starts whenever it comes up [/evil confession]

*Starbelly the shipmate has a webpage he links to in his profile that has a fridge magnet section. I laughed so much I slapped myself after perusing it.

[edited to explain]

[ 17. November 2003, 21:19: Message edited by: duchess ]

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daisymay

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What about "Men of faith rise up and sing".. "Rise up women of the truth"... keeps the sexes separate, duchess! No flowers in urinals.

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duchess

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daisymay, WoF came out of Promise Keepers™.

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daisymay

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Ah well, in the UK they don't trust us to keep promises! [Two face]

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