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  1. anyone else remember their other song? In the Navy?

     

    I got my son a toy construction set once, and I swear they modelled the little workers on the Village People everytime he played with it I had to stop myself from singing Y.M.C.A


  2. Heres a couple of my recent attempts. That I still have around anyway, I take some of my stuff that I mess with into 'work' (its in ' ' cause I volunteer) and next thing I know i'm being bombarded with requests - the latest being spectacle holders.

     

    I've sold 3 so far and they want more to colour co-ordinate. unfortunately i didn't get any photos before they went, but i use tigertail, various bicones, and bugle/seed beads and those lovely little rubber spectacle grip things from beads unlimited.

     

    Oh and heres some of my recent pottery stuff too

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  3. any chance of someone letting me on the stage :P

     

     

    I'm standing on a bridge

    I'm waiting in the dark

    I thought that you'd be here by now

    There's nothing but the rain

    No footsteps on the ground

    I'm listening but there's no sound

     

    Isn't anyone tryin to find me

    Won't somebody come take me home

    It's a damn cold night

    Trying to figure out this life

    Wont you take me by the hand

    Take me somewhere new

    I don't know who you are

    But I... I'm with you

    I'm with you

     

    I'm looking for a place

    Searching for a face

    Is anybody here I know

    'Cause nothing's going right

    And everythigns a mess

    And no one likes to be alone

     

    Isn't anyone trying to find me

    Won't somebody come take me home


  4. I use to be able to practically bend over backwards, I have a deep curve in the lower spine, however one night i did this in a crowded pub and a friend of mine (a man ofc) put his pint of beer on my chest and used me as a table for 5 mins while i stayed bent over.


  5. I'm not drunk yet, too early in the afternoon, hi to everyone.

     

    As its still early and just to make sure the lights don't go out...... heres some lightbulb jokes to store for later......

     

    can't resist i love corny stuff, most are found on the internet..........

     

    Q: How many Geminis does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: Two. Plus a portable phone, an Internet link and a copy of the "Bluffer's Guide to Changing Lightbulbs."

     

    2: Two (of course) but it will take all week and when they're done the light bulb will do your homework, speak French and shine any colour you want from it. (I wish i'm still trying to tap into the gemini energy source)

     

    3: Two, but the job never gets done --- they just keep arguing about who is supposed to do it and how it's supposed to be done!

     

     

    Q: How many Cancerians does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: Just one. But it takes a therapist three years to help them through the grief process.

     

    2: Just one, and they'll use a non-disposable diaper too!

     

    3: None: A Cancerian would worry herself to death with the problem.

     

    Q: How many Virgos does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: Virgos don't have time to change their own lightbulbs. They're too busy changing them for everyone else.

     

    2: Approximately 1.000000 with an error of +/- 1 millionth.

     

    3: Let's see: One to spot the bulb, one to record the time the bulb burned out and the date it was bought, one to decide who's fault it is the bulb burned out and ask why that brand was chosen in the first place, ten to decide to remodel the house as long as they're changing the bulb ...

     

    Q: How many Leos does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: Leos don't change lightbulbs, although sometimes their agent will get a Virgo in to do the job for them while they're out.

     

    2: One: He holds the bulb, and the world spins around him.

     

    3: None: A Leo would order somebody else to change it.

     

    4: None: Leos are so enthusiastic they carry their own light.

     

    Q: How many Librans does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: Er, two. Or maybe one. No --- on second thoughts, make that two. Is that okay with you?

     

    2: Why change the bulb? Isn't it more romantic in the dark?

     

    3: Well gee, I don't know really. I guess it depends on the bulb and where it burned out. It might perhaps take just one if it's just an ordinary bulb, but maybe two if the person doesn't know where to find a new light bulb, or perhaps ...

     

    Q: How many Scorpios does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: None - they'd rather sit in the dark.

     

    2: So who wants to know? Why do *you* want to know? Are you a cop?

     

    3: That information is strictly secret and shared only with the Enlightened Ones in the Star Chamber of the Ancient Hierarchical Order.

     

    Q: How many Sagittarians does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: Look, ask me when I get back from India, okay?

     

    2: The sun is shining, the day is young, we've got our whole lives ahead of us, and you're inside worrying about a stupid burned out light bulb?

     

    3: A whole bunch: I can only keep them in the room long enough for them to give the bulb a quarter turn apiece.

     

    Q: How many Capricorns does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: None. Capricorns can't afford new lightbulbs --- unless they're a legitimate business expense.

     

    2: I don't waste my time with these childish jokes.

     

    3: None: Why should I bother? It's probably just going to burn out again tomorrow anyway.

     

    Q: How many Aquarians does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: Well, you have to remember that everything is energy so...

     

    2: A hundred, but they'll all be competing to be the one to change the bulb and bring light to the world.

     

    3: Like, why don't you just get out of my face and stop asking me to do all your work for you? I'm, like, really totally sick and tired of you asking me questions.

     

    Q: How many Pisceans does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: Lightbulb? What lightbulb?

     

    2: Huh? The light's out?

     

    3: None: only the inner light matters.

     

    Q: How many Arians does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: Just the one. You want to make something of it, eh?

     

    2: None: Arians aren't afraid of the dark.

     

    3: Only one Arian, but an awful lot of light bulbs. (*smash*)

     

    Q: How many Taureans does it take to change a lightbulb?

     

    1: One. But only if they can celebrate afterwards with a ten course meal and some great sex.

     

    2: None: Taureans don't like to change anything.

     

    3: One, but just *try* to convince them that the burnt out bulb is useless and should be thrown away.


  6. Oh wow, great mask shapes, downloaded and ideas are forming.......

     

    The charity I work for is having its 10th anniversary this year and we are looking for something special - a masquerade ball has already been mentioned, and if it goes ahead, these templets will have lots of use, we can get everyone to make their own :-) Although knowing the majority of the women I work with, maybe I'll need to make sure they haven't been at the bar the night before, I dread to think what they would come up with..... They are worse than Danno.


  7. LOVELY SURPRISE WAITING ON MY DOORMAT

     

    :-)

     

    Came home from my jewellery making course, after telling everyone about the 'new' magazine that is coming out, and that I had already subscribed, and couldn't wait for tomorrow when I thought it would be received.

     

    So imagine my delight at opening the door after collecting my son from school to find the beautiful front cover looking up at me from the floor. I controlled my instincts for 10 minutes while I made a nice warm drink and then started the serious business of flicking through and marking down items for further inspection. Which I may be better doing after sons bedtime when I have peace and quiet and all my jewellery equipment out.

     

     

    I am so glad I was guided into this area of crafting. :-)

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