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Re: A thread for the lovely and amazing Mandoura.

Supposedly I cant ascertain this the room where they played with the ouija started feeling strange. Negatives vibes were surrounding the room and the bed would shake, all these weird things were happening. I don't think my aunt would lie but who know's she might be a bit delusional and my cousin's a bit influential. They probably believed too firmly in the superstitions about the ouija.

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Re: A thread for the lovely and amazing Mandoura.

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^^^ And ...

Edit: Oops. Outposted by Luis .

BTW Luis, the last I know about Sol, she sent me a xmas card and I replied with one but she had not picked it as of date. Esther was on MSN last week or so. Sue catched her and chatted with her briefly. I sent her an e-mail but she did not reply yet.

I really miss both of them, and Chris, Jasmin, lau, nermo, jackieglover, Jorge, Sugar_Kane & Doug, and a lot more posters who just disappeared.
Right sugarcane. Yes this happened to me too I replied to Solangel's xmas card too and have received no replies. She's probably really busy with work.

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Re: A thread for the lovely and amazing Mandoura.

I played it once a while ago, say 20 years ago and really weird things happened . Now, my son bought a new board, the glow-in-the-dark version , and nothing is happening. I actually don't know what is supposed to happen .

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Re: A thread for the lovely and amazing Mandoura.

Because the ability to glow in the dark will help.

Even though there are a lot of good posters who have gone missing, there are about twice as many annoying ones who have disappeared as well.

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Re: A thread for the lovely and amazing Mandoura.

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Supposedly I cant ascertain this the room where they played with the ouija started feeling strange. Negatives vibes were surrounding the room and the bed would shake, all these weird things were happening. I don't think my aunt would lie but who know's she might be a bit delusional and my cousin's a bit influential. They probably believed too firmly in the superstitions about the ouija.
This is exactly what happened when I played it back then. Might have been mass hypnosis or something. I never saw the yes/no thing move though.

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Re: A thread for the lovely and amazing Mandoura.

I guess there's really some truth to the whole story. I tried playin it once but we kept being disturbed. The candles ran out of wax. Wasn't that one of the rules to play it in the dark and with candles?

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Re: A thread for the lovely and amazing Mandoura.

We never used candles, maybe that's why nothing started shaking or floating in the air for us.

But supposedly the piece moves according to muscles in your fingers that are connected with your brain.

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Re: A thread for the lovely and amazing Mandoura.

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Because the ability to glow in the dark will help.

Even though there are a lot of good posters who have gone missing, there are about twice as many annoying ones who have disappeared as well.
Glow in the dark my ... whatever. We paid a fortune for it and it's worthless.

Do you really think twice as many annoying ones have disappeared? Maybe but they are replaced asap. Not the good ones, unfortunately.

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Good point, they're immediately replaced. The good members can never be replaced though. jackieglover was back recently, right?

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Glow in the dark my ... whatever. We paid a fortune for it and it's worthless.

Do you really think twice as many annoying ones have disappeared? Maybe but they are replaced asap. Not the good ones, unfortunately.
I know it's like where do all these immature trolls come from? Isn't there a policy on line no under 13's I am sure many are lying.

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I also miss Joske. Anyone know what happened to him?
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I know it's like where do all these immature trolls come from? Isn't there a policy on line no under 13's I am sure many are lying.
This is why I've started staying out of GM lately.

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This is why I've started staying out of GM lately.
So that's the trick. Yeah I have kept my distance from GM. I get so annoyed with some of the posters on GM. Arrrgh.

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Re: A thread for the lovely and amazing Mandoura.

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I guess there's really some truth to the whole story. I tried playin it once but we kept being disturbed. The candles ran out of wax. Wasn't that one of the rules to play it in the dark and with candles?
We used candles too and some incense. The whole idea of the glow in the dark is to stop using the candles.

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I also miss Joske. Anyone know what happened to him?
I heard he is having a secret affair with Ferrero and plotting to overthrow the US capitalist system.

But surely he could find some time on the side to post!

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