Hi, I'm gnu here.


I wasn't always gnu, in fact, there used to be a thread here in which I axed people to not come in, but they did anywayz. scream 


But I was having some issues with my account here due to the fact we were sorting out the new site and something in my account got corrupted...or the new site is smart and recognizes bad character when it sees it... 


Anywayz, Eddie zapped my old account and this is a gnu one that has not caught on to my lack of worthiness yet and so far is very excepting of my presence here.   


To all of you who poasted on the other thread, my apologies for your fine ruminations being erased, it appears that all my threads went with my old account. 


So yeah, I'm gnu here. 

Tee Cee
#1

Yikes! You've wiped my walnuts .......


Still, 'ere's summat to do wiv all them empty beer bottles.....



 


And BTW, I always gnu you wuz corrupted anyways.

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Rob Campbell
#2

Quiet clever, but not real. 


 

Rob Campbell
#3

Scotch Whiskey is not very nice.

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Tee Cee
#4

Rob Campbell said...


Scotch Whiskey is not very nice.



You're right about the bottle-blowin' MJ impersonists, but unfortunately wrong about the whisky.  If ya get here, I'll find you some Dalwhinnie, that'll change your mind.


That said, when I could still allow myself anything more than a weeny tot of the stuff, I'd take Irish anyday - Bushmills Single Malt if ya please.



 

Tee Cee
#5

Mind you, that McKerrosene's looks interesting .....



 

John Westwood
#6

Tee Cee said...


 


 I'd take Irish anyday - Bushmills Single Malt if ya please.



 



 


Ifn ya  came to the bash  you could had some .. or was it Jamesons..? I dont remember after the first  night

Tee Cee
#7
The finest whiskeys are those you only vaguely remember.
Happy
John Westwood
#8

Tee Cee said...
The finest whiskeys are those you only vaguely remember. Happy


 


But at the time  the memory is clear and your mouth remembers to say things that   you wished it didnt

Tee Cee
#9

Beetles kill off George Harrison's tree.......


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-28417341


"A pine tree planted in 2004 in memory of former Beatle George Harrison in a Los Angeles park has died after being infested by beetles.


The sapling was planted in the city's Griffith Park near the observatory.


Harrison, who died in 2001, spent his final days in LA and was a keen gardener.


Council officer Tom LaBonge told the LA Times the memorial had grown to more than 10 feet tall in 2013, but the tree beetle attack had overwhelmed it.


A new tree will be planted at a date yet to be decided.


A small plaque at the base of the tree read: "In memory of a great humanitarian who touched the world as an artist, a musician and a gardener."


It also quotes the guitarist and singer-songwriter himself: "For the forests to be green, each tree must be green."


Last year, a blue plaque was unveiled in London for Harrison and fellow Beatle, John Lennon.


The commemoration was at 94 Baker Street, which was the site of the now dissolved Apple Boutique clothing store.


It was owned in the 1960s by Apple Corps Ltd, a company formed by the band."

Diane Gee-Frasca
#10

um... why do we keep needing to start over?   (weeps)

Tee Cee
#11


um... why do we keep needing to start over?   (weeps)



Diane - does that mean .........we're over????!!!
And THIS is how you tell me???!!!
Have you no heart????!!!


(Bursts out crying, runs into bathroom, searches for tranquilisers......)

Diane Gee-Frasca
#12

OH MY!  no.. no.. noo....  it will NEVER be over, far as I'm concerned... You have me...

John Westwood
#13

"sigh" 


 


 

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Tee Cee
#14


OH MY!  no.. no.. noo....  it will NEVER be over, far as I'm concerned... You have me...



Phew!


 

Tee Cee
#15

I know there is a small contingent out  there (particularly in the SoCal area) as what scoffs on our beautiful UK weather, but here.....



is how it's been for days. Glorious, sunny England.


(Until the rain arrives next week.....)


John Westwood
#16

Seems Socal may have dried up completely  and blown  in New Mexico

Tee Cee
#17


Seems Socal may have dried up completely  and blown  in New Mexico



That's just so SoCal, sets a thread off then runs away 'n' hides. Probably writin' a song about running away 'n' hidin' too.....


Harrrrumph ...

Tee Cee
#18

Bit wary of postin' this - last time I did RJC wiped my walnuts out ...!!


Still, here they are.



There's a chance the squirrel might even leave us a third one this year - whooppee!



 

John Westwood
#19

Tee Cee said...


Bit wary of postin' this - last time I did RJC wiped my walnuts out ...!!


Still, here they are.



There's a chance the squirrel might even leave us a third one this year - whooppee!



 



Hm they are  bit green! Are  you damp up the junction?

Tee Cee
#20


 


Hm they are  bit green! Are  you damp up the junction?



I like to keep my junction a little, eeerrmm, "moist", at all times. There's nothing quite like a moist junction. Yes indeedy. Mmmm mmm.


John Westwood
#21

Tee Cee said...


 


I like to keep my junction a little, eeerrmm, "moist", at all times. There's nothing quite like a moist junction. Yes indeedy. Mmmm mmm.




 


I like to eat a moist  cake too.     No gags about  junction cake purrrr  lease

Tee Cee
#22

My kind of town, Northampton is, my kind of town.


Gilly Slinn
#23

Oh dear ...


But on the other hand ...


 


It's been a while.


 


 

Tee Cee
#24

Gilly Slinn said...


Oh dear ...


But on the other hand ...


 


It's been a while.



Yikes - the Thread Queen returns!


(Grovels on hands and kness etc)