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#41 MaggieMoo

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Posted 01 April 2011 - 05:41 PM

Hey I we're a draw... Knew we do it. Now aren't we champions?

Tell me the truth... "You can't handle the Ironing!" Hahaha

Stairs up is tiring, but what about vertigo on the way down... You'll have to pick me up off the floor once I arrive. :)
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#42 PeterJMelb

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Posted 01 April 2011 - 06:30 PM

Now Listen Ms. Moo. :Talking:

No way are we champion of anything.
I concede the draw so as not to hurt your ego!
You complain about tough going down stairs! :Cry:
Ha! I don't think you could beat an egg! What do you say to that? :ras:
But yes I'm a gentleman (almost) so I will stop and pick you up. :)

You are right I can't handle the ironing. If the Gym shootout had an ironing part I would lose all dignity.
I can see you whipping big guys easy. Doing one arm pushups and ironing with the other! Yikes Super Woman! Posted Image

Wanna share a beer with me? :beer:
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#43 MaggieMoo

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Posted 01 April 2011 - 09:54 PM

You didn't want to hurt my ego.... Ha! What ego??? I lost that years ago. All I have left is a little heart and a big head... Hahaha.

In reference to beating an egg... I tried it once, an overrated experience to my mind.

Glad to know you are a gentleman. I'd hate to think you would leave me slumped on the floor or kick me while I was down. Phew!

Alright, no irioning then... What about vacuuming...? :)

Ah, hate to disappoint you... Super Woman - I'm not. (I wish...) Would make life a lot easier though, if I were.

Bottoms up... :beer:
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#44 PeterJMelb

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 01:57 PM

Hello Moo! :notworthy:

No ego! OK I can believe that.
Big head Posted Image now that's hard to believe. Perhaps you can post a pic to disprove that!

Here is a little/big big heart. Posted Image
Actually I've never beaten an egg so I can't talk at all. (I have swatted a fly or two, does that count?). Posted Image
Once a girl at the Gym said: "God you must be the oldest person at this Gym? Are you a hundred?
Another time the receptionist said: "Don't die on my shift please. I don't want the paperwork hassle. Posted Image
Heck I'm only about the fifth oldest!
Cheeky young things.

Talk about gentlemen. Why these days no one even stands up for a pregnant woman on the trams or trains! Posted Image
Surely that's not the feminists fault of being so aggressive that it comes back and bite them on the bu*. Posted Image

I'm right with the vacuuming! I'm born for it! When can I start!
While I vacuum you can pour another beer! :beer:
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#45 MaggieMoo

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 06:25 PM

Upload a photo... I may make you ill. Hahaha. I will shortly... Let me find one that's appropriate. One that doesn't show my 2nd head, 3 eyes 4 noses and 25 and a half toes. Hahaha.

Ha! Don't you just love the younger generation. Hubby and I were once danced off the floor by a hand full of young girls at a club once, because we had no business being on the dance floor.
Excuse me!!! How daer they toss an ex-ballroom dancer off the floor. I don't even think so!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :(

One my kid's friends got up and offered people seats in the train. I thought was sweet. Actually he didn't even know I was on the train, until he turned to offer me a seat. I said no, as I needed to get off at the next stop, but there are a few good kids left. :)

Ok you vacuum... Do you mind if I pour a glass of wine instead of beer? I love my sweet reds. :)
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#46 PeterJMelb

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 07:25 PM

Hi Ms. Moo!:Money Eyes:

Upload a photo! OK.
Remember it does not have to be you. Just pretend it's you.
Grab a M Monroe or Princess Grace pic and whack in on with your name.

If my vacuuming puts you in the mood for a sweet red, how can I complain. :Talking:
Just don't pour one for me. I just don't like the stuff.:angry2:
Yeah you're right, I'm still a bogan, actually the only white bogan in Preston!
I should move to downtown Fawkner and mix with some other white bogans and keep the flag flying!

Ah, gotta go and set the clocks back an hour.
Duckie (the Queenslander) will be pleased to catch up with the rest of the country. Just a joke Duckie! :Whistle:
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#47 MaggieMoo

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 08:04 PM

Hahaha... I wish I looked like M Monroe... Hahaha. Wouldn't mind a body like that or her gorgeous face... Um not her hair thought, never really wanted to be a blonde. :)

You don;t like sweet red... Oh no... You know this means war. You know I may have to remove you from my Will. Hee hee.

Darn it... You didn't tell me you were a bogan... You are definitely out of the will now... Golly, so who will I give my wilted old bookshelf too?

Duckie is the lucky one, I hear the don't change their clocks... Am I wrong?
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#48 PeterJMelb

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 08:28 PM

Hi there Ms. Moo!:officechair:

OK maybe no one would believe you as Marilyn M! But OK try that red head Australian N Kidman!
Or if you prefer Julia Gillard!:LMAO:

So what if I pretend to like sweet red! Will that get me back in the will?
And I may be a bogan but I'm a gentleman bogan! Will me again please!
I can really do with that old bookcase.

BTW I put a joke for you somewhere on the joke threads. See if you can find it!:Idea:

What you hear about Queenslanders is correct. They doana medl con orrilogios. Do you understand bad Italian?

Ain't it good to sleep an extra hour tomorrow.:clap:
Pity though that we gotta get up at 3AM to put clocks back! Why cannot it happen at a decent hour?:angry2:

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#49 MaggieMoo

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 08:46 PM

Julia Gillard! I don't think so. Give me Nicole K any day. Hahaha.

Ok you faking the taste of red wine, has scored you the book case. Would you like the books to go with that? That's gunna cost ya another glass of red!

A joke, just for me... Oh, you should have. No really, I mean you really shouldn't have... Now I've got the urge to go and find the darn thing. Doh!

Ha ha Your Italian cracks me up. I don't think that is the correct spelling. :)

Ah Peter... One does not need to get up and 3 to do the clocks... Um, I do it any time. Oh my! Is that wrong. Do I have to get the strap now.. hahaha. Hey, remember the strap in school days. The kids these days are so lucky that doesn't exist anymore. If the teachers hit them now, the kids just sue them... hahaha
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#50 PeterJMelb

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Posted 03 April 2011 - 07:01 PM

Hi there Ms. MaggieMoo.

Ah listen! N. Kidman is far too skinny!
And she has a bad habit of fobbing off the making of babies to the maid!

OK I just faked another glass of sweet red, so I'll take the books as well. Big thanks!

I doana clam t be gooda spel dah Italiano!

Now you tell me I can change the clocks anytime.
Actually my sister in law never changes the clocks. Summer or Winter.

The strap! Yikes! It was black leather about 400mm long 20 mm thick and the good Nuns and Brothers carried it all the time.
In class or playground! Baby it hurt!
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#51 MaggieMoo

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Posted 03 April 2011 - 10:17 PM

Hey! I happen to like Nicole K. Skinny or no skinny... I still like her.

You faked another glass of sweet red, darn it... The books are yours. Hope you like picture story books. :)

Love the Italian... Keep up the good work.

Odd about your sister in law never changing the clocks. Doesn't she mess up the time... Appointments and so on?

I have to admit, I never got the strap... "Me being Miss Goodie Two Shoes" and all. :Whistle:


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#52 PeterJMelb

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Posted 04 April 2011 - 01:36 PM

Hi Ms. Moo!

OK our Nicole is OK! Ma troppo skinny for me!

You duded me with the books! I thought they would at least be books for oldies! It took ages to down the sickly red stuff! No more!

My sis in law is a smart cookie. But hopeless with PCs and can never ever succeed to preprogram "taping" TV shows!

Ha! Funny you never got the strap! Goody Two Shoes. Posted Image

No "shiela" (no offense) ever got the strap. It was solely for the boys. The Nuns just loved dishing it out!
Tell me true, what does that mean?
The Bros knew how to deliver a decent whack you bet. Ma! Che dolore! Posted Image

OK what's happening? What's new Ms. Moo? Posted Image

Here share with me! Posted Image
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#53 MaggieMoo

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Posted 04 April 2011 - 01:49 PM

Ah, young Peter,

So you don't like the skinny chicks... Odd for an average fellow. Most of them go crazy over the skinny chicks. :Pig:

I'm sorry about the books... I'll toss in a few old shakespeare books I picked up from a garage sale... But that's it!

I am not good with taping on the new DVD's and so on. But the old VHS was perfect. Hated that it changed... Grrrrrr!
No I never got the strap, but I do remember the occasional ruler over the hand and whack across the head every now and then. That explains my brain damage. :officechair: Not sure why they never gave the girls the strap.

What's happening you ask? Not much, you missed a great Festival yesterday. It was the Glenroy Festival, where my young lad sang and won second prize. We were very happy about that. Not to mention your's truly strutting her stuff on the dance floor with a belly dancer. :)

Wahoooooo :wacky:


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Posted 04 April 2011 - 06:12 PM

Ah there Ms M Moo!

Yeah you won me with the "young" bit! (Do you remember the "young" Mr. Grace in Are You being Served?)

Hey good one for your son and the second prize! What did he win? Oh what did he sing or dance or . . ?

Ha! You gotta show all, all now that you are a famous dancer.
You say it was a Belly Dance! Well MM did you go with a bare belly all ready for the dance?
Gosh I bet you got some wolf whistles?
More info please.

Ciao for now!
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Posted 05 April 2011 - 07:46 AM

No my dear sir I didn't bare my belly... If I did, I would probably make a few people ill... Hahaha. It was one of these on the spur of the moment things. She pulled my hand up and I just copied what she did. Of course I wasn't as good as she was. She was stunning and a looker as well. Then again she would have been at least 20 years younger than me. (And 2 children less.)

My son san Wonderwall, by Oasis. He did really good I think. He even tossed in a little entertainment towards the end. Something from which we didn't know he was going to do. But it worked. The girls love it so hey, who are we to complain.

I love the show Are you being Served... "Mr Granger, are you free?" Hahaha
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Posted 05 April 2011 - 02:07 PM

Listen Ms. Moo! Posted Image

You know you can't have a belly dance without seeing some belly! :wacky:
Did the looker show some belly? :Shame:
Anyway did you have some good moves? Did the audience like you? :Peace:
I must confess that someone my age is unlikely to know the song "Wonderwall". Sad to say I don't know it. :blink:
And the audience liked it! That's the main thing. Posted Image

Mr. Granger are you free?
M'dear I'm thinking more along the lines of the stunning nurses that the "young" Mr. Grace had to help him through the day! Yikes! Posted ImagePosted Image
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Posted 05 April 2011 - 02:43 PM

Well... If I showed a bit of belly, I may have bowled somebody over with it... Hahaha... Hey, come to think of it, that ain't so funny!:Cry:

The young lady did show belly... And no, she didn't have a belly. But I couldn't help but notice the eyes of most of the men in the audience. It almost looked as though they were about to fall out of their heads... hahaha

Truth be known... I didn't know the song Wonderwall, until my son sang it. I guess I am in your boat in that area. :)

Mr Grace, was he the younger fellow with black hair? I have forgotten the characters, haven't seen the show in years. I do believe it's back on TV at the moment. But I don't watch the box anymore. I really don't like it.


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Posted 05 April 2011 - 07:38 PM

Hey Moo! Ring ring why don't you give me a Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image

About this belly dancer. Did you know she was going to be performing?
Ha I bet all the guys had a good eyeful. I know I would have, given half a chance. Next time you better invite me!

Yes, Are You Being Served is on TV at the moment, that's how I remembered about the "young" Mr. Grace.
Now. The apartment store is owned by the Old Mr. Grace I believe.
However the store is run by the "young" Mr. Grace.
The "Young" Mr. Grace is 80 if he's a day! To get around he has the assistance of at least one very curvy blonde "big" nurse/s. Uniform/s an' all.

See I'm hoping for the same kind of present when I'm 80! Posted Image

Wanna nother beer? :beer:
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Posted 05 April 2011 - 09:17 PM

Bring... Bring..... Hello is Mr P home at present... hahaha...


Ok yes I knew the belly dancer would be there as she is there every year. You should have seen my young nephews (and son) there eyes were popping out of their heads... No blinking when she was dancing. hahaha.

Also the event is a public event... I shouldn't have to invite you. You should have just showed up. :)

So you like the nurses ha? I bet. I think I might become a nurse when you are older and come and nurse you. :pacman: That should put you off nurses for life. :wacky:

Ok... Bottoms up... :beer:
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Posted 06 April 2011 - 06:42 PM

Hi Maggie Moo! :officechair:

Well I was not home but since you ask I am now "present".
Do you remember the roll calls at school? Does it still happen? Or do people sign in via Twitter?

OK next year I'll be there to see the belly dancer. May I bring my magnifying glasses? Yikes!
Would you believe I have a female cousin (older than me) who does belly dancing? She loves it. And got all the moves!

No man can resist a woman in a nurse's uniform!
You know don't you, that, that is the reason nurses do not have uniforms as such any more. (So men don't ogle.)
It is not possible to tell what type a nurse is by what she wears any more. Hell it is not possible to tell who is a nurse and who is a helper.
Anyway in my two recent outings in hospital I may have been dead, as no nurse was able to raise my pulse!
Err that could be different if you came to nurse me!

I'm ready for a cuppa! Wanna join me?

:Cuppa: One each :Cuppa:
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