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This was originally a competition,
but there is no reason why it can't be used as a regular group so please can you join the group and then...

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or express your anti-Valentine's feelings in photo form.


The Winners of the competition in 2006 were...

The Cutest Couple, SSLovetub
The Best Batchelorette, Beth,
The Best Batchelor, Backwards Lamb

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Nothing Ever Lasts Forever

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Some things you hope can last a lifetime, Some things do,
but some things, sometimes just stop!happy valentines to those out there who ARE going to celebrate it, i wish you all the best!!

Posted by Dave (nee Spike)

jc1000000 says:

Deep!

30th Jan 2006, 23:52

Spike says:

theres a first for everything!

30th Jan 2006, 23:53

Joe says:

nice pic spike

31st Jan 2006, 00:05

beth says:

yes tis ever so sweet.

31st Jan 2006, 00:42

Spike says:

thanks, joe

and beth, i dont know if sweet was what i was going for, but thanks

31st Jan 2006, 00:48

thats so nice :)

31st Jan 2006, 02:56

Dhamaka says:

great shot, interesting sentiments

31st Jan 2006, 08:09

how very sensitive of you. as always on here i guess.

31st Jan 2006, 08:22

alexis says:

... I swear I've seen this on the highlight bar before. *worries I'm losing my marbles*

31st Jan 2006, 08:45

you have seen this on highlight i think he posted it on his blog a while a go

31st Jan 2006, 09:58

Spike says:

it was certainly on my blog a while ago, taken after a lovely meal, with thanks to kelly for the candles

31st Jan 2006, 11:26

afternoon says:

It is extremely pretty though. Love in monotone.

31st Jan 2006, 14:08

Spike says:

love IS monotonal! IMO

31st Jan 2006, 14:11

Dhamaka says:

don't you think it depends on the type of love you're talking about?

31st Jan 2006, 14:41

love is anything BUT monotonal.

31st Jan 2006, 15:44

i agree kelly i dont think love is anything near monotonal

31st Jan 2006, 16:31

Twiglet says:

I don't know about this. If you compare love to a black and white photo, B&W; is so much more full of light and shade. It's sharper too and harder to conceal the imperfections. Whereas colour photos can be a bit bland and without the subtle shades.

Just my opinion of course, but I thought I'd throw my two pennies worth into the ring!

31st Jan 2006, 16:45

I'm loving this image.

31st Jan 2006, 16:47

i think its more the emotion that isnt monotonal

31st Jan 2006, 16:53

i disagree twiglet, i think b&w; photos conceal imperfections with far more success. maybe that's why certain people use it a lot...

there's something often more beautiful about b&w; photography... maybe the simplicity... it makes relatively unremarkable things seem remarkable... another attraction for some people i would guess.

31st Jan 2006, 17:27

Spike says:

its more simple, thats my reason

31st Jan 2006, 17:33

Twiglet says:

Of course I realise that you are making a personal point here, but on a purely prosiac level love does become very monochrome at times. I speak specifically of such pleasures as tust, bills, finding the rent, staying up 3 nights on the trot with a sick child etc. Those first colourful months often fade to grey at such moments but if you're lucky the bright tones remain constant and the colour surfaces from time to time to remind you to stay.

Good luck with it. xxx

31st Jan 2006, 18:06

Dhamaka says:

very heavy, Twiglet.. But I still think there are so many kinds of love that everyone's opinions could apply

1st Feb 2006, 00:13

Twiglet says:

Reading this again I can but think what a horrible cynical old boot I've become!

1st Feb 2006, 07:27

anonymous says:

i wouldnt say that in the slightest

1st Feb 2006, 09:42

Spike says:

sorry, that was me

1st Feb 2006, 10:02

Dhamaka says:

I agree with Spike there. At least about the horrible cynical bit...
Of course to be sure about the 'old' bit we'd have to know how old you are, and if you're like me you won't put that on an open forum, and to be sure about the 'boot' bit we'd need some good photos of you, which seem mighty scarce, but that's just me being contentious to see what will happen next.. ;)

1st Feb 2006, 10:19

Spike says:

fishing for age dhamaka? no one is an old boot, if anything just an aged beautiful shoe regarding their views!

1st Feb 2006, 10:22

Dhamaka says:

just fishing Spike *grins*

1st Feb 2006, 10:25

Twiglet says:

I'm fffffff......fff*cking old! Cruising around Moblog it seems that there ARE some older people but that mostly mobloggers are between 20 & 35. Perhaps a survey is in order?

As for a photo? God NO! I look like Rose West's ugly sister.

Aged, beautiful shoe? Worn out old carpet slipper more like!! But bless you for saying that.

1st Feb 2006, 10:31

Spike says:

hahah, high personal opinion there twiglet!!
im just a wee nipper at 22, so thers my age!

and dhmaka :D

1st Feb 2006, 10:32

Rich says:

Rose West, eh?

1st Feb 2006, 10:37

Twiglet says:

Yes but not as pretty!

1st Feb 2006, 10:38

im also 22 but im slightly older than spike :P

1st Feb 2006, 10:46

Twiglet says:

Spike should do a survey like the one he did about Moblogger's names. I bet I'm right about the average age group tho'.

1st Feb 2006, 10:49

Spike says:

i will do amanda, soon enough!

1st Feb 2006, 10:51

i think you are right. it seems to be full of people that dont really want to work at their day jobs

1st Feb 2006, 10:52

Twiglet says:

I'm home for a while but when I am at work, we're not allowed internet. Only a horrible thing called Intranet which is an internal system. I can honestly say that if I could get internet I'd NEVER get any work done.

1st Feb 2006, 10:59

Dhamaka says:

Twiglet, from the way you talk I think you're slightly younger than me. No I'm *Not* giving my age here. But you are nowhere near *old* for this site. Phoenix (a mate) is older than me and my mum is on the site too. She doesn't believe there's anyone else of her age on it, but I think that it's possible.(although I think we're the only family with 3 generations on moblog at the mo). Then there are also some Mums and Dads who post their kids photos and Viv is Helen and Beth's mother so she has to be older than them..

I turn off my wifi when I'm working. It goes on when I'm checking my email, to do specific work, when I'm rewarding myself for having completed stuff, on the phone to friends or having a snack. My self control varies according to how involved I am in my work but it's easier to keep temptation away.

1st Feb 2006, 11:20

Spike says:

thank god for the internet! :)

1st Feb 2006, 11:42

Dhamaka says:

indeed!

1st Feb 2006, 11:44

Twiglet says:

I've seen your mum's moblog also Helen and Beth's mum and Darren's (Goode) mum. There's also a guy whose name escapes me who is well into his fifties. I don't feel TOO old it's just that sometimes I have no idea what's being discussed, it's like a different language.

I horrified someone recently by converting new money into old without even thinking about it and I also recently admitted to remembering seeing Churchill's funeral on our first TV (monochrome of course) when I was a very little girl. People think I'm younger than I am because the the DD is only seven and the Beloved is 11 years younger than me. I'm lucky to work with elderly people, they see me as a lovely YOUNG thing!!

1st Feb 2006, 12:47

Dhamaka says:

you're as young as the man you're feeling..

*gropes around to see if she can feel someone young enough..


(just thought I'd lower the tone a little here)

1st Feb 2006, 13:12

Twiglet says:

lol @ Dhamaka. Right on!

1st Feb 2006, 13:27

beth says:

it's only the olduns that bring up this thing called age.. us whippersnappers couldn't give a monkey's if you're 15 or 115.

1st Feb 2006, 17:27

Spike says:

here here miss beth!

1st Feb 2006, 17:30

Dhamaka says:

it's the wrinkles that do it beth.. *grins*

and the feeling of not being able to grab men of less than erm.. 25.. (hope Mum doesn't read this entry)

1st Feb 2006, 17:34

Spike says:

im sure theres no harm in grabbing!

1st Feb 2006, 17:35

Dhamaka says:

at my age (hehe) there's no point in grabbing if you're not going to do anything else after..

1st Feb 2006, 17:36

ming says:

Can i just say....(getting back to the pic sorry) that Mobology once left candles arranged just like that for me on my door step for when i returned from a late shift. :)

2nd Feb 2006, 19:57

Twiglet says:

Ming that's so romantic. xx

2nd Feb 2006, 20:00

beth says:

are men of less than 25 really worth grabbing?

2nd Feb 2006, 20:09

Twiglet says:

The Beloved was 24 when I met him and phwoar!.... I should say so!!

2nd Feb 2006, 20:11

beth says:

yeah but i'm 23 and i wouldn't really be that fussed with anyone much younger than me.. things will probably change no doubt.

2nd Feb 2006, 20:49

Dhamaka says:

Twiglet's right. Depending, of course, in what you want...
*cackles*

but I would have agreed with you when I was up to about 30

2nd Feb 2006, 20:53

beth says:

is that because you've now worked out that boys will always be boys?

2nd Feb 2006, 22:33

Dhamaka says:

*thinks*
no, I still have unrealistic expectations there..

I think it's because I've finally loosened up and also that I now know that having fun along the way doesn't actually damage my chances of meeting someone special

(edit) unless I let it

2nd Feb 2006, 23:13

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