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Re: The Tennis "Happy Families" project

Is the constitution of the families can only be based on geographic areas? I mean, is it possible to create families such as "The Ballbasher mansion", or "The Hotties hood", you know, stuff like that?

Nalbandian/Davydenko/Berdych/Gulbis/Nadal rock, the rest is more or less sucky.
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Is the constitution of the families can only be based on geographic areas? I mean, is it possible to create families such as "The Ballbasher mansion", or "The Hotties hood", you know, stuff like that?
Sure.
I personally think it's a brilliant idea, but then it means we all have to agree on if such or such player is ballbasher.

Some people will say "no he isn't" and some people "yes he is".

You may suggest your own lists, and I hope everybody will mostly agree.
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Sure.
I personally think it's a brilliant idea, but then it means we all have to agree on if such or such player is ballbasher.

Some people will say "no he isn't" and some people "yes he is".

You may suggest your own lists, and I hope everybody will mostly agree.

Well, you might have a point. But considering my bashing ways, I'd rather keep my ideas for myself, especially into Tursunov's corner

Nalbandian/Davydenko/Berdych/Gulbis/Nadal rock, the rest is more or less sucky.
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see ??
But we can come up with categories we would all agree on.

Not so many people have ideas
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Elsie, Germany is central Europe to me I may be confused but it's pretty central to me
According to Wikipedia "Deutschland ist ein in Mitteleuropa gelegener Bundesstaat" Sorry Teddo, autant pour moi
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Elsie, watch your language where do you think you are? You shouldn't swear, there are ladies present
Ladies? Where? Besides, saying tf is not the same as swearing

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Rose is a lady, aren't I right Rosie
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Of course I am Ted Love you too

And Elsie dear - even when i say what i think about him I don't attack hs family, or express desires to see them physicaly hurt like some people here do against the players they dislike Oh and I don't call other posters :retard: or mentally challenged either
I know sweetiepie I never said you did did I? I was speaking about the unladylike words you use such as f***king b*****d
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Can I very politely ask all of you not to use the 6 letter word that begins in r and ends in d smiley on here? I do find it rather offensive. No apology needed,just make sure you don't do it again naughty Tedinettes Thanks We're supposed to be deciding on Happy Families here

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great idea Thomas, the Eiffel family is a great title
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Great idea Ted But if we design and print it, how on earth can we play it? Or are we supposed to play it at your housewarmingparty in December?

Wonderful idea, Tedhomas , and i agree on Eslie here ... when and where to play??



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Only one Dutchie Could we include Martin Verkerk? After all he played a RG final. You can also pick Haarhuis or Siemerink
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thank you, help the idea get substance please while I'm gone.

Tomorrow is the BIG DAY you won't see me for quite a while now

Take good care of yourselves

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Thomas - interesting idea. Definiately NOT Yugoslavia though - that is NOT a good name at all As I happen to think the people in that group are undoubtedly the best looking of all the teams (well apart from Ljubicić ), I'm inclined to name them something like "Balkan Beauties" But others may not agree And where the hell are Troicki, Vemić, Krajinović and Pashanski? Not to mention the stunningly gorgeous Marin Cilić?

Oh - and can't the UK one have Jamie Murray too? Or poor Andy will be alone without his brother And where are Chris Eaton, Alex Bogdanović and Laura Robson?
I totally agree on tyhe best looking bit and the Ljubicic one And don't forget about Bozoljac

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What about a blond/brunet?

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thank you, help the idea get substance please while I'm gone.

Tomorrow is the BIG DAY you won't see me for quite a while now

Take good care of yourselves

Ted
Thomas Good luck with everything - I'm sure the move will go fine We will miss you Look forward to seeing you back here once you're settled in your new home

Btw - Di - I totally agree wit you about the r***** smiley - I was merely using it as part of an illustratation about the words certain people in another player's forum use to describe me - sorry if it inadvertantly offended.

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Btw - Di - I totally agree wit you about the r***** smiley - I was merely using it as part of an illustratation about the words certain people in another player's forum use to describe me - sorry if it inadvertantly offended.
You used the illustration far too lightly, no-one on MTF, a Registered User or a player ever deserves such a label.... People wrongly use the word to mean someone who is without a brain....... It doesn't need to be used on here, anywhere on MTF,its insulting,its vile... Surely there was a better way to put it than that.... I thought you had more sensitivity than that.... Its too late to agree with me now you've used such a description....

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