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CamiCrew
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Re: Cultural Differences

Post by CamiCrew » Tue May 24, 2016 6:34 am

:lol: :lol: Crying :lol: :lol: Thanks Jill

Today I was stuck in a large room with about 200 new friends, all of us potential jurors awaiting our fate. I began reading this story on my phone surrounded tightly by people, and at the first chuckle-out-loud, decided I'd better stop.

Good call. I finished the story tonight at home and cried laughing while reading it to Jack. (The look on his face :shock: when I start a giggle-fit only makes me laugh harder.)

Anyway, I just have to know. Did you name them Mick and Nick, because they were... sticks? :lol:

Sheena yes on the overcoat. I'm now assigned to more serious proceedings for the week, so I'll need the comic relief.
-barbara

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Re: Cultural Differences

Post by Jill » Tue May 24, 2016 3:14 pm

Sheena and Barbara, feel free to liberally sprinkle the following with plenty of :roll: s
Sheena wrote:The Great Privet Robber - Caught in the act!
:lol:

Sheena, I was ' hedging ' my bets that I wouldn't be recognised. [-o< :lol:
Sheena wrote:You could've made the breaking news story, "Elderly Gentleman in ICU following confrontation with Privet robber"
:lol:

The poor man was traumatised because he couldn't ' beleaf ' his eyes. :shock: :lol:
CamiCrew wrote:Today I was stuck in a large room with about 200 new friends, all of us potential jurors awaiting our fate. I began reading this story on my phone surrounded tightly by people, and at the first chuckle-out-loud, decided I'd better stop.
:lol:

Sensible move Barbara - wouldn't want you ending up as the prisoner in the dock because everyone had ' twigged ' that you were the leader of the American ' Branch ' of The Dotty Club. :lol:
CamiCrew wrote:Anyway, I just have to know. Did you name them Mick and Nick, because they were... sticks?
:lol:

I thought that they were more respectable names than Poo and Chew, which is what Mick and Nick ( actually females ) seemed to do all the time ... :lol:
CamiCrew wrote:Sheena yes on the overcoat. I'm now assigned to more serious proceedings for the week, so I'll need the comic relief.
:lol:

Absolutely Sheena and I'm always ready for some comic relief. :lol:

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