Leaving/flouncing not worth crying over words on a screen

(257 Posts)
InNeedOfBrandyButter Mon 17-Dec-12 21:59:05

Probably my own fault for over reacting but leaving because of some really offensive posters.

Just like to say good bye to my favourite posters and the ones who have been so lovely to me.

Sole source, sp, af, usual, worra, rubyfakenails, bridezilla, and many many many more. Even Scottish mummy who made me laugh all the time. Shcro your lovely to.

<hugs>

SDTGisAChristmassyWolefGenius Wed 19-Dec-12 12:37:42

shock WOW!!

What too rich you think? I didn't even say add a dollop of brandy butter while hot!
<<sulk>>

Thumbwitch Wed 19-Dec-12 13:00:52

Should have knitted the badges, SDTG - then they wouldn't be so heavy wink

<<late to the party, ignoring the premise of the thread entirely and just joining in the banter>>

MulledPinot Wed 19-Dec-12 13:29:58

I prefer the idea of Fell's samosastyleeee christmas pud than the real thing, tbh.

Is it a bit naughty to be chatting on a flounce thread? What is the etiquette? It's like having a right laugh at a wake, innit.

Thumbwitch Wed 19-Dec-12 13:35:01

"It's like having a right laugh at a wake, innit."

It is! But tis human nature, innit. Or we'd all be terminally depressed all the time. (Apologies to anyone who actually is).

SuePurblyFeltYourPresents Wed 19-Dec-12 20:11:46

The most confusing bit about Harold was that the wave was strong enough to wash him - a portly Australian man - out to see with no trace, but left his wire framed glasses behind unharmed.
Truly mystical.

Thumbwitch Thu 20-Dec-12 00:41:08

S'all that fat and hot air, Sue - he floated. The glasses didn't. wink

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