Or a pupil my mother used to have in her class.
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Thread: Curious about names
05-05-12, 00:41 #41
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05-05-12, 10:01 #43
I chose BarryH because Montague Heffing-Flange just sounds stupid. I blame my parents......
05-05-12, 10:31 #44
I cant imagine where my user name came from.....
As an aside:
About 12 years ago I was introduced to a guy at our then new supplier called Mike Hunt, how the hell did I keep a straight face as my mind went through a Porkies moment (the classic 1980's American High School Movie). All his colleagues reckoned his parents either had a laugh when naming him or were very naive.Light travels faster than sound, which is why some people appear bright until they speak.
05-05-12, 10:56 #45
Even 10 years ago, I think I knew it was not necessarily a great idea to put your full name, email and boat name on this new wide worldly web thing...I mean, StephBot and her cyber chums haven't been formally introduced..
But 10 years ago I did have a blue boat
05-05-12, 17:29 #46
Fond memories of the glorious sixties plus the fact that I am continually puffing on one of my many pipes. Discovered long ago that wisps of smoke were better than any tell-tales when racing dinghies in light winds. I wouldn't use my official name as it is unique.Should we paint what is on a face, what is inside it, or what is behind it?
05-05-12, 18:45 #47
Name of the boat seemed the simplest choiceAlcohol doesn’t make you fat it makes you lean..
On bar, tables, chairs, ugly people..
05-05-12, 18:47 #48
I'm a bit of a heel sometimes, the boats an Achilles. It heels a lot of the time, that's its Achilles heel.
05-05-12, 18:56 #49Registered User
Location : West Midlands & Plymouth
- Join Date
- Jan 2004
Can't Remember, Hic!"Open Another Bottle"