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BS: Pictures from Mudcat names

Mo the caller 28 Jun 06 - 07:58 AM
Mooh 28 Jun 06 - 08:21 AM
skipy 28 Jun 06 - 08:25 AM
Mo the caller 28 Jun 06 - 08:37 AM
Paul Burke 28 Jun 06 - 08:46 AM
John O'L 28 Jun 06 - 08:50 AM
Mo the caller 28 Jun 06 - 08:52 AM
Mo the caller 28 Jun 06 - 08:57 AM
Azizi 28 Jun 06 - 09:05 AM
Mo the caller 28 Jun 06 - 09:23 AM
Snuffy 28 Jun 06 - 09:27 AM
freda underhill 28 Jun 06 - 10:03 AM
Mo the caller 28 Jun 06 - 10:30 AM
Bill D 28 Jun 06 - 11:04 AM
Rapparee 28 Jun 06 - 12:11 PM
frogprince 28 Jun 06 - 01:06 PM
Bill D 28 Jun 06 - 01:10 PM
Alba 28 Jun 06 - 01:10 PM
frogprince 28 Jun 06 - 01:17 PM
Alice 28 Jun 06 - 02:53 PM
Clinton Hammond 28 Jun 06 - 03:08 PM
Emma B 28 Jun 06 - 03:09 PM
Alice 28 Jun 06 - 07:32 PM
The Fooles Troupe 28 Jun 06 - 07:35 PM
Clinton Hammond 28 Jun 06 - 07:58 PM
GUEST 28 Jun 06 - 08:09 PM
The Fooles Troupe 28 Jun 06 - 08:56 PM
Paul Burke 29 Jun 06 - 03:58 AM
JohnInKansas 29 Jun 06 - 05:15 AM
Azizi 29 Jun 06 - 05:15 AM
GUEST,Mingulay at work 29 Jun 06 - 06:12 AM
Mo the caller 29 Jun 06 - 06:39 AM
Azizi 29 Jun 06 - 07:46 AM
Azizi 29 Jun 06 - 07:52 AM
manitas_at_work 29 Jun 06 - 08:13 AM
Azizi 29 Jun 06 - 08:19 AM
Mo the caller 29 Jun 06 - 08:40 AM
Trevor 29 Jun 06 - 08:41 AM
Azizi 29 Jun 06 - 08:54 AM
bfdk 29 Jun 06 - 10:15 AM
beardedbruce 29 Jun 06 - 10:24 AM
Mo the caller 29 Jun 06 - 10:36 AM
Mo the caller 29 Jun 06 - 11:00 AM
Paul Burke 29 Jun 06 - 11:10 AM
GUEST,Joe_F 29 Jun 06 - 09:27 PM
Elmer Fudd 30 Jun 06 - 01:51 AM
Trevor 30 Jun 06 - 03:42 AM
Helen 30 Jun 06 - 03:53 AM
GUEST, Topsie 30 Jun 06 - 04:19 AM
Mo the caller 30 Jun 06 - 05:06 AM
GUEST,Mingulay at work 30 Jun 06 - 05:53 AM
Mo the caller 30 Jun 06 - 05:59 AM
The Fooles Troupe 30 Jun 06 - 07:17 AM
Azizi 30 Jun 06 - 08:39 AM
GUEST,Mingulay at work 30 Jun 06 - 09:25 AM
Joybell 30 Jun 06 - 08:51 PM
Alice 30 Jun 06 - 08:58 PM
Helen 30 Jun 06 - 10:32 PM

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Subject: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 07:58 AM

What pictures come to mind when you see people's Mudcat name.
The "Name the Mudcatter" thread shows that these vary. E.g. I am a Hobbit fan but didn't know that Freda Underhill came from down-under, so my picture was the one she intended. But someone said that KT refered to his/her initials (- Kevin Turner, or Karen Taylor maybe)whereas I would have guessed Katy Smith maybe.
So 2 to get you started, my name and my daughter's (Cally Hanna).


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mooh
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 08:21 AM

Mooooooh, moooooh...Mooh.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: skipy
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 08:25 AM

"someones fallen down the well"
Skipy


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 08:37 AM

A cow and a kangaroo just joined the game


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Paul Burke
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 08:46 AM

The only thing I associate with your name is "one man went to Mo", which conjures up some slightly unfortunate images.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: John O'L
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 08:50 AM

'Skipy', (with one p) is actually pronounced 'sky-pee', and is therefore nothing to do with a kangaroo.

Picture that.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 08:52 AM

BTW Skipy, was it the moohing cow that fell down the well, or did you have something different in mind


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 08:57 AM

Ouch Paul, I don't like that idea at all.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Azizi
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 09:05 AM

"Mo the caller"

Images change. When I saw your name, I originally thought of the children's rhyme

Eenie, meenie, minie mo
catch a Tiger by his toe...

But now I see a picture of a square dance and a woman dressed in Scottish pleated plaid dress calling out the moves that the dancers make. This is a mix of Americana and Scottish-cana.

At least I think I read somewhere that you're Scottish.

Am I right about that?

****

Cally Hanna- I'm not sure-maybe it's the second name-but when I first read your daughter's name I saw a picture of a farm woman [you?] standing outside her porch and interrupting her daughter's solitary play by calling her "Hannah! Time for dinner!"


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 09:23 AM

I'm English, but quite often when I tell people that we enjoy Folk Dancing people often assume we go Scottish dancing, then it's "Oh, you mean Morris Dancing". English Country Dancing seems to be a minority interest. When I'm calling for beginners I wear a flashy embroidered waistcoat with pansies on and call dances from all over the place; England, Ireland, Scotland, France, America. And dances dating from 1651 to ones I've made up on the spot. And the dancers find variations that I'd never imagined.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Snuffy
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 09:27 AM

But does Cally rhyme with "Sally" or "sorely"? Two different pictures.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: freda underhill
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 10:03 AM

Mo the caller I've always imagined you with a bald head and moustache, jeans, a waistcoat (not a flowery one) & check shirt - because thats what people who call dances in Oz look like!

ps - not enough catters put there photos up on the website - it really helps to put a face to a name!!

freda


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 10:30 AM

Well! Not jean, a skirt usually as the picture on http://homepages.which.net/~katriona.moulton/index.html
shows.
I'll have to think about growing the moustache if you think it would help.
I've tried to put a profile up once or twice, without success.
Cally rhymes with Sally


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Bill D
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 11:04 AM

"skipy" is pronounced skee-pie..that should be obvious!


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Rapparee
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 12:11 PM

"Bill" is pronounced "Bill", right? Rhymes with "shill" and "swill"?


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: frogprince
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 01:06 PM

Alaska Mike; big, stocky, walrus mustache, insulated vest.

Azizi: a bright-eyed six year old girl, with long braids, skipping
rope.

Animaterra: Dark hair reaching below the waist, wire-framed rose-tinted glasses.

Bee-dubya-ell: please forgive me, but when I see a "dubya" in the middle, "that face" appears to me.

Bert: Ernie's little buddy, of course.

Bev and Jerry: Faces on an ice cream carton.

Big Mick: much like Alaska Mike, but without the insulated vest.

Capri Uni: A young lady in cap and gown, 22 years old.

Countess Richard: Can you forgive me for seeing a "drag queen"?

Deckman: Long, lean, in bib overalls and tool belt.

Ferrara: Lithe dark-haired beauty in a red sports car.

Gnu: Too obvious...

Lonesome EJ. Put a beard, mostly gray, on a mature Gary Cooper. Dust on the stetson, and sweat stains emerging from under the band.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Bill D
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 01:10 PM

Bill is pronounced Beee-yuulll when they want something- ;>)


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Alba
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 01:10 PM

Unfortunately we can't put pics up at the moment while the Folks in the know with the know-how are sorting out the Tech issues Freda.
When all is as it should be in Mudcat Technoheaven I shall scare the living daylights out the lot of you with a photogenic portrait of my fizzogg...maybe this will all happen just in time for October 31st!       *** mad laughter***

Love and Light
Judi


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: frogprince
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 01:17 PM

Frogprince


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Alice
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 02:53 PM

tell me what "Alice" conjures up


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 03:08 PM

Google me, and you'll see....


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Emma B
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 03:09 PM

Alice


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Alice
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 07:32 PM

Even though it's my real name, even I can't help but see Alice in Wonderland... the Disney version with blue dress and white apron. Could be worse, I guess.
Alice


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: The Fooles Troupe
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 07:35 PM

Well a search for "The Fooles Troupe" will get you to a couple of hundred pages of nonsense...


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Clinton Hammond
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 07:58 PM

... Most of it on Mudcat....


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: GUEST
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 08:09 PM

frogprince ... I loved you in "Chico and the Man" ...

the Man


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: The Fooles Troupe
Date: 28 Jun 06 - 08:56 PM

"... Most of it on Mudcat.... "

That's 'unintentional nonsense' - the Web Page is full of 'intentional nonsense'...

... of course, it's not MY fault if some can't tell the difference... ;-)


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Paul Burke
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 03:58 AM

"Rapaire" makes me think of something that's been fixed badly- Badly Fixed Boy?

Clinton Hammond is a former president playing on his organ.

Alba reminds me of those radiogram cabinets of the 60s (it was a popular UK make).

Dave the Gnome is obviously tall, young and clean- shaven.

El Greco is clearly a chip-shop owner, I can see his greasy apron. salt and vinegar, please.

Liz the Squeak is a big plate of mashed potato and cabbage.

Cally Hanna I can't separate from Caller Herrin', which presumably tell the other fish when to make a basket- the keech in the creel?

Emma B is a smiling, round, stripy bumble-bee.

And for some reason Sorcha reminds me of Torchy the Battery Boy.

Sorry, you DID ask for the images, I can't help my warped mind.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: JohnInKansas
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 05:15 AM

Similar, but not quite the same, at:

BS: Reaction to Mudcat Monikers (first 50 of 146)

For nostalgia buffs.

(Young nostalgia buffs, that is.)


John


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Azizi
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 05:15 AM

"Azizi: a bright-eyed six year old girl, with long braids, skipping
rope"

Well that's close, but actually I'm eight years old and I'm playing handclap rhymes with who ever wants to play.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: GUEST,Mingulay at work
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 06:12 AM

Azizi - the gentle hum of insects in a garden on a hot summers day, bright sunshine through green, flag bedecked trees dappling the grass, ice gently clinking in a glass of Pimms.

Bobert - a porch in search of a rocking chair


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 06:39 AM

Sorry if I repeated a thread that had been done not so long ago.
It was that 8 year olds fault "she started it" with her game.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Azizi
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 07:46 AM

Come to think of it, that "8 year old" was hoping that when that magical name was mentioned, it would evoke an image of a great & mighty [and yes, also a beautiful] Ruleress.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Azizi
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 07:52 AM

Not to mention that that wonderful name also evokes images of bumblebees or even worse, mosquitos.

[though Mingulay, I like your use of words, especially the "bright sunshine through green, flag bedecked trees dappling the grass, ice gently clinking in a glass of Pimms".

But excuse me, what is Pimms?]


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: manitas_at_work
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 08:13 AM

Pimms is a company that produces alcoholic cordial drinks known as Fruit Cup No 1, N0 2 etc. I think there were orginally six but now there's only 2. It's become inextricable linked in the English imagination with summer, the Wimbledon tennis championships, The Royal Ascot races and the Henley Regatta. I's traditionally served with an excess of fruit and salad stuff inn the glass.

See http://www.viewlondon.co.uk/pimms-no-1-cup_index.html


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Azizi
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 08:19 AM

Oh. Thanks, manitas.

See what an international education Mudcat's providing.

;O}


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 08:40 AM

Mingulay - a Scot who enjoys sailing?

Azizi - first thoughts exotic (what a strange name), now informative and playful ( or maybe a very bossy 8 year old "this is my game and you'll all play by my rules!)


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Trevor
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 08:41 AM

I'm obviously a boring, geeky, Pythonesque parody of a train spotter. Yeah, and.........?


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Azizi
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 08:54 AM

The adult me wants to say that the rules of Name That Mudcatter game help maintain some semblance of order and help lessen the confusion of numerous people posting numerous questions and numerous people posting correct & incorrect responses to those numerous questions.

But the child me wants to say "So what if I'm bossy.
Nah nah nah nah nah."


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: bfdk
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 10:15 AM

Am I the only one for whom Azizi conjures up this connotation - the patron saint of animals and the environment?

Best wishes,

Bente


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: beardedbruce
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 10:24 AM

Azizi

"Come to think of it, that "8 year old" was hoping that when that magical name was mentioned, it would evoke an image of a great & mighty [and yes, also a beautiful] Ruleress. "


The girl's name Aziza is pronounced ah-ZEE-zah. It is of Arabic, Swahili and Hebrew origin, and its meaning is "beloved; precious; mighty." Hebrew
Aziza has 2 variant forms: Azize and Azizi.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 10:36 AM

It would take a VERY mighty ruleress to keep us lot in order, still, keep trying.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 11:00 AM

Trevor - maybe someone who lives near LLangollen (at Trevor) and sucks mints (made by Trebor)


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Paul Burke
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 11:10 AM

knock me down with a feather
Clever Trevor
widebrows wonder wether Clever Trevors clever
either have they got
nor neither havent not
got no right to make a clot
our of Trevor

(Ian Dury)


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: GUEST,Joe_F
Date: 29 Jun 06 - 09:27 PM

Surely Azizi is an affectionate form of Azazel, the old whirlwind god who was demoted to a demon by the Hebrews. So I imagine a singing dust devil.

--- Joe Fineman    joe_f@verizon.net

||: A celebrity is someone whom excessive attention has rendered unworthy of attention. :||


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Elmer Fudd
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 01:51 AM

Flamenco Ted: Eric Idle in drag in a flamenco dress

Azizi: old ads of glamorous women from, was it Aziza make-up?

Foolestroupe: a Commedia dell Arte troupe of actors in full regalia

frogprince: a green frog who morphs into a man now and again (and is the subject of the Peter Paul & Mary song, "I'm in love with a big green frog, a big green frog loves me . . .he's got rhythm and a Ph.D.")

Little Hawk: a graying hippie whose real name is Herschel (yeah, I know: George is bad enough)

Le Scaramouche: A dashing figure with a waxed moustache, a doublet, sword and a hat with brilliant plumage

PixieofDoom: a gothic version of Tinkerbell

BatGoddess: Morticia with bat wings


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Trevor
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 03:42 AM

WOW!! I do live near Llangollen (well, Shrewsbury anyway). But if we're talking towns and mints, I'd rather be Flint and Extra Strong


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Helen
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 03:53 AM

Azizi reminds me of an old saying, "Give someone an inch and she thinks she's a Ruler(ess)"

(Not really, but I couldn't resist!)

I'll vote for Mingulay's description of her.

beardedbruce: just reminds me of my husband whose name is Bruce and who has a white beard. So it wouldn't matter what other image came to my mind it would always be replaced by that.

Blackcatter: a slinky Malinky black cat, like the two I have

Dead Horse: being an Aussie, obviously Dead Horse reminds me of a meat pie with tomato sauce (known as a "Dog's Eye with Dead 'Orse")

freda underhill: a hobbit, of course

harpgirl: one of Busby Berkley's notorious stage prop harps with a live girl like a figurehead at the pillar of the harp

Joybell: the small bell-like flowers on the snowflake plant (bells which look like snowdrops but have a small green dot on each petal near the end

Helen


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: GUEST, Topsie
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 04:19 AM

I thought hen harrier was a big motherly hen, very energetic, running al over the place as in 'hash harrier'. But apparently she's a he.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 05:06 AM

My cat would be a hen harrier if he was braver. He watches them but they ignore him.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: GUEST,Mingulay at work
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 05:53 AM

Mo - you're not far wrong with my name. But I am an Englishman who lives on a boat rather than a Scot who likes sailing.

Azizi - I would not dare to compare you to a bumble bee or mosquito, although you might also have a sting in your tail lol.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Mo the caller
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 05:59 AM

Does your boat ever come to Cheshire? The Monday night session at the Shroppie Fly, Audlem is full of boat dwellers.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: The Fooles Troupe
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 07:17 AM

"Foolestroupe: a Commedia dell Arte troupe of actors in full regalia"

Close!

You see, the secret is that they think they are funny, but they are not, and that is what IS funny...

Have you been reading their webpage? Everything is there, including the kitchen sink! (you just gotta FIND it!)

'Here be the place that doth Chronicle
the Antics of a Troupe of Fooles,
seeking Recognition, Patronage and Enlightenment
in a World set in time
somewhere between Medieval Times
and the pre-17th Century World.'

"Of all the money that e'er I've had,
I spent it in good company.
Of all the harm that e'er I've done,
At least it most was done to me.
Of all things done, for want of wit,
To memory now I can't recall."

"A fool demandeth much, but only a greater fool doth give it."
(The Author)


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Azizi
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 08:39 AM

I'm popping in to say that I've made a list. I've checked it twice.
I've listed those who've been naughty or nice.

And I thank you for the attention. I so very much deserved it. LOL.

But now who else can you focus the "Picture from Mudcat Names" spotlight on?


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: GUEST,Mingulay at work
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 09:25 AM

Mo - my boat doesn't make it to anywhere unfortunately, it's too wide. So it stays on the moorings whilst I do the travelling. Mind you, Cheshire is a long way from West London anyway just for the night.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Joybell
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 08:51 PM

Helen - that's so sweet.


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Alice
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 08:58 PM

Today I met someone who gave me an image of my name...
He introduced me to his business partner and then said,
"Don't you remember Alice B. Toklas brownies?"


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Subject: RE: BS: Pictures from Mudcat names
From: Helen
Date: 30 Jun 06 - 10:32 PM

Oh yes, and Topsie must be really, really tall because s/he has been "growing like Topsy"!

BTW, Joybell, I really like those snowflake flowers.

Helen


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