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Re: Cheers Moley

Post by The Orange One » 18 Oct 2015, 22:07

We're not a serious bunch by any means! Look at Tumbleweed for starters. Also have a flick through the original draft of A Story From The Tube and some of The Journey posts. For goodness sake, the Cannon Street Run tradition is based on Talk Like A Pirate Day - and that's happened for ten years running now!

The early days of the Counting thread were quite crazy as well, but that's all I'm going to say about zat because it's all in the past. Let's all be friends and revel in unconventionality.
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Re: Cheers Moley

Post by palkanetoijala31 » 18 Oct 2015, 22:29

tubeguru wrote:
GuyBarry wrote:
A Challenge wrote:
tubeguru wrote:Hey, I don't choose what the people like. This isn't North Korea.
Is that why it isn't .ko then? But parkrun isn't the main point of this forum and that is my point.
Nor is Where Am I?, The Slightly Harder Around the World Game, The Around the World Game, Tumbleweed, Word Association, The Journey or Counting.

If I were judged only on "relevant" posts to this forum I'd have been kicked off ages ago. Surprised I haven't been :)
Yeah, at least I've got a certificate from Guinness. :)
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Re: Cheers Moley

Post by tractakid » 18 Oct 2015, 23:54

palkanetoijala31 wrote:
tubeguru wrote:
GuyBarry wrote:
A Challenge wrote:
tubeguru wrote:Hey, I don't choose what the people like. This isn't North Korea.
Is that why it isn't .ko then? But parkrun isn't the main point of this forum and that is my point.
Nor is Where Am I?, The Slightly Harder Around the World Game, The Around the World Game, Tumbleweed, Word Association, The Journey or Counting.

If I were judged only on "relevant" posts to this forum I'd have been kicked off ages ago. Surprised I haven't been :)
Yeah, at least I've got a certificate from Guinness. :)
I have five should be six so well more than u lol
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Re: Cheers Moley

Post by A Challenge » 19 Oct 2015, 05:25

I never said this forum was serious!
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Re: Cheers Moley

Post by tubeguru » 19 Oct 2015, 10:29

Good, because it isn't. The more chaotic the better, for my mind. :lol:

I stopped taking it seriously a few years ago. It's almost as it entering your 40s has the opposite effect to the one you expect ...
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Re: Cheers Moley

Post by A Challenge » 19 Oct 2015, 12:29

I know, and I enjoy the fact that, this forum isn't serious
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