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"But you can't treat religion as a sort of buffet can you?"
"You can't say 'Yes please, I'll have some celestial paradise and a helping of the divine plan, but go easy on the kneeling' "

Terry Pratchett ~ Going Postal

"Do you need an excuse to have a war?" said Nobby.
"I mean, who for? Can't you just say, 'You've got lots of cash and land, but I've got a big sword, so divvy up right now, chop chop?' That's what I'd do" said Corporal Nobbs, military strategist.
"And I wouldn't even say that until after I'd attacked."

Terry Pratchett ~ Jingo

Spider venom comes in many forms. It can often take a long time to discover the full effects of the bite. There are spiders whose bite can cause the place bitten to rot and die, sometimes more than a year after it was bitten. As to why spiders do this, the answer is simple. It's because spiders think this is funny, and they don't want you ever to forget them.

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17th Dec 2006, 18:32  


nige says:

i'll have that :)

17th Dec 2006, 18:49

Izadora says:

:) I'll send it to Dhamaka to give to you, but I get the feeling you'd better be quick, or it will be gone..

17th Dec 2006, 18:52

nige says:

:) she'll eat it, you mean?

17th Dec 2006, 18:55

Izadora says:

hehehehe.. I believe so, yes.

17th Dec 2006, 18:57

nige says:

no christmas spirit, that woman. haha.

17th Dec 2006, 18:58

Izadora says:

well, she is good in sharing, so maybe if you behave, she'll let you have half

17th Dec 2006, 19:12

nige says:

i say you should send it straight to me in a jiffy envelope and take D out of the equation altogether. it won't get squashed in the post, honest.

17th Dec 2006, 19:16

Izadora says:

hahahahaha... what will you have me do? Bribe the mailman?

17th Dec 2006, 19:43

Euphro says:

Is it a satzuma? One of your home-grown ones?

17th Dec 2006, 19:45

Izadora says:

no, an ordinary tangerine, and I bought it like that.

17th Dec 2006, 19:47

Euphro says:

Ah, I see! You had me fooled :D

17th Dec 2006, 19:48

Izadora says:

hahahaha.. sorry about that!

tangerine-growing is not one of my hobbies...
Never too late to start however...

17th Dec 2006, 20:01

Euphro says:

I remember your mum showing some pictures of ones she is growing, in an attempt to get some identified :)

17th Dec 2006, 20:03

Dhamaka says:

the lemons seem to be doing quite well again and I'm soaking all the other citrus fruits in brandy for grownup sweets

I think you should ask Nige wotzitworth to send it over.... assuming of course you haven't eaten it yourself already :P

17th Dec 2006, 20:35

Izadora says:

grownup sweets? sounds good!

hehehehe.. I have actually. Quite a while ago as well...

17th Dec 2006, 21:32

nige says:

teaser! ate it already!

17th Dec 2006, 21:51

Izadora says:

welllll... sending it over to you seemed a little pointless... the mailman might eat it, or it would have spoiled by the time Dutch mail would have gotten it to you...

seemed like a waste of good fruit...

17th Dec 2006, 21:55

nige says:


17th Dec 2006, 21:56

Izadora says:

awwww.. I will bring you one next time I´m in the UK.. :)

18th Dec 2006, 17:31

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