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martine2
04-15-2008, 05:12 PM
:woohoo: Maria
2nd round of a MM event - i'll take that

So you won't be needing anyone to hold you anymore eh?? :kiss: :p

Castafiore
04-15-2008, 05:13 PM
pffft...:ras:
predictable but still...:ras:

Maria, stop buttering up the Fedtards so much. :(
Come on, this is Rochus we're talking about. As if Federer was ever going to lose this.

mangoes
04-15-2008, 05:14 PM
:wavey: Hello Maria, Aimee, Adam, Andreea, Betty, Cheryl, Linda:hug: :hug: :hug:

I hope everyone is good:hug: Roger gave me a mini headache today:o



EDIT: I venture overhere and I kill the thread:sobbing:

MariaV
04-15-2008, 05:22 PM
pffft...:ras:
predictable but still...:ras:

Maria, stop buttering up the Fedtards so much. :(
Come on, this is Rochus we're talking about. As if Federer was ever going to lose this.

I almost jumped on the Fed is on decline bandwagon after the 1st set. ;)

Mikey needs me to hold him. :hug:
Shery, I hope you'll feel better soon, Fed won after all. :)

adee-gee
04-15-2008, 05:24 PM
pffft...:ras:
predictable but still...:ras:

Maria, stop buttering up the Fedtards so much. :(
Come on, this is Rochus we're talking about. As if Federer was ever going to lose this.
Maria has turned into a Fedtard :sad:

Castafiore
04-15-2008, 05:25 PM
Maria has turned into a Fedtard :sad:
She's a Fedtardtard. :sad:

MariaV
04-15-2008, 05:27 PM
Maria has turned into a Fedtard :sad:

Adam dear, I've always liked Fed, I'm just not a 'tard. :shrug: And I am not a hating person. ;) :angel:

Corey Feldman
04-15-2008, 05:27 PM
So you won't be needing anyone to hold you anymore eh?? :kiss: :pNot until the next crisis :o :sad:

:kiss: Marti, Maria and Sheryl

Castafiore :ras: .. stop crying Rafatitiotard ... i really dont like you at all anymore :(


Maria has turned into a Fedtard :sad::woohoo:
*holds Maria*

acionescu
04-15-2008, 05:27 PM
Fed won. :rolleyes: Who's next? :o Bring me the final! Davai! :rocker2:

Castafiore
04-15-2008, 05:28 PM
Castafiore :ras: .. stop crying Rafatitiotard
:ras: Quit it, I'm disappointed for Rochus. :sad:

And stop crying for easy attention, you big :baby:

adee-gee
04-15-2008, 05:31 PM
She's a Fedtardtard. :sad:
:lol: I think you could be right.
Adam dear, I've always liked Fed, I'm just not a 'tard. :shrug: And I am not a hating person. ;) :angel:
:sad:
Fed won. :rolleyes: Who's next? :o Bring me the final! Davai! :rocker2:
Big Vic :hearts:

Our Romanian hero will surely win :D

MariaV
04-15-2008, 05:31 PM
OK sweeties, I gotta go now, rejoice over Fed's victory Fedtards! :kiss:
I'll be back holding you tomorrow Mikey! :hug: :wavey:

Castafiore
04-15-2008, 05:32 PM
I am not a hating person
Not buying that. :ras:
Esp. not after your AO Nole rants.

;)

Corey Feldman
04-15-2008, 05:32 PM
:ras: Quit it, I'm disappointed for Rochus. :sad:

And stop crying for easy attention, you big :baby:Dont give me that, when you start going at Maria and saying things like 'buttering up the Fedtards' and she's a 'Fedtardtard' you know you are looking for a reaction :p and i wont dissapoint :devil:

MariaV
04-15-2008, 05:33 PM
She's a Fedtardtard. :sad:

:spit: :haha: :haha:

Hilde, I cannot rep you, sorry. I'll do it as soon as I can. :wavey:

Castafiore
04-15-2008, 05:33 PM
you are looking for a reaction :p and i wont dissapoint :devil:
:angel:

Tell me, are you worth all those :hug: :hug: ?
I'll see it as soon as Nadal hits the red dirt.

Corey Feldman
04-15-2008, 05:34 PM
OK sweeties, I gotta go now, rejoice over Fed's victory Fedtards! :kiss:
I'll be back holding you tomorrow Mikey! :hug: :wavey:Cya Love :kiss:

what a gal that Maria

elessar
04-15-2008, 05:34 PM
Mikey! :lol: :smooch: Fed won a match! :D :yeah: Dr Roger Karlovic on clay - 17 aces. :D :worship: :bowdown:

Claire, I wanted to ask what was this red thing on Roger's right cheek, had he harmed himself like Misha or was it like a big pimple? :o
I don't know but it looked dangerous :unsure:

MariaV
04-15-2008, 05:35 PM
Not buying that. :ras:
Esp. not after your AO Nole rants.

;)

OK I need to get some Nole hate somewhere again as I don't even hate Nole that much any more. I know I am bad, berrry bad. :o :o :o :tape: :ignore:
*promise to be at her best Nole hating soon*

acionescu
04-15-2008, 05:38 PM
:lol: I think you could be right.

:sad:

Big Vic :hearts:

Our Romanian hero will surely win :D

Haide Victor :rocker2:

OK sweeties, I gotta go now, rejoice over Fed's victory Fedtards! :kiss:
I'll be back holding you tomorrow Mikey! :hug: :wavey:

Goodbye, Maria! :hug:

martine2
04-15-2008, 05:39 PM
Not until the next crisis :o :sad:



:ras: :sad:

I had my share today :p

martine2
04-15-2008, 05:40 PM
Bye Maria! :hug:

acionescu
04-15-2008, 05:41 PM
I don't know but it looked dangerous :unsure:

Claire, I wanted to ask you since some time already: how your "Nole goes mental postal" thread became the Michellin Almanach? :confused: :scratch:

Corey Feldman
04-15-2008, 05:41 PM
Any more of these Ronaldo pics, then I am going to have pull out some big guns.LOLLL :rolls: i know whats coming ...
http://img.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2007/10_03/hendryL2210_228x412.jpg

http://free.pages.at/innuendo/cordoba/spieler/prohaska.jpg

http://worldcup.uk.msn.com/pidl/112753788/TrifonIvanov1.jpg

:haha::haha::haha::haha::haha:
and winding up Linda again ... cheers for the laughs earlier Whitler, in brilliant form :lol::worship:

Corey Feldman
04-15-2008, 05:45 PM
my own contribution
http://www.geekpulp.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2007/08/tennis-anyone.jpg

who's that stud ?

acionescu
04-15-2008, 05:57 PM
my own contribution
http://www.geekpulp.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2007/08/tennis-anyone.jpg


Mikey :kiss: :inlove: A recent photo? :hearts:

Betty
04-15-2008, 05:57 PM
what an hot man Mikey :hearts:

Corey Feldman
04-15-2008, 05:59 PM
Yes Andreea

do you like my nappy/diper? ;)

acionescu
04-15-2008, 06:04 PM
Yes Andreea

do you like my nappy/diper? ;)

No, in the fetish department I'd prefer the shoes :rolleyes:

Corey Feldman
04-15-2008, 06:05 PM
Linda

you better bash that 'ionah' ;) for quoting you in his siggy :o;)

cya's! ...

No, in the fetish department I'd prefer the shoes :rolleyes:Thanks for letting me leave, on that note Andi ;)

martine2
04-15-2008, 06:06 PM
Belgians in yr avvy eh Mikey :aplot:

acionescu
04-15-2008, 06:19 PM
cya's! ...

Thanks for letting me leave, on that note Andi ;)

You leave us so soon? :sad: Hope you have a really good reason :aplot:
Bye! :wavey:

Betty
04-15-2008, 06:22 PM
You leave us so soon? :sad: Hope you have a really good reason :aplot:
Bye! :wavey:

sure andreea, a young boy, during the evening :aplot: no hard know what he has to do:angel:

hra87
04-15-2008, 06:37 PM
Wow, you can make tons of vcash (and real money) during the clayseason. The odds are still way in favor of highly ranked big-servers over qualifying clay-courters. Interesting...

l_mac
04-15-2008, 10:58 PM
No posts for over 4 hours :eek: :eek: :eek:

Sad times :sad:

TMJordan
04-15-2008, 11:58 PM
:tears:

Getta
04-16-2008, 12:18 AM
No posts for over 4 hours :eek: :eek: :eek:

Sad times :sad:

I was thinking the same thing. Scared to post any comment, though, because "hra87" could slap me for my girly attitude.

hra87
04-16-2008, 02:08 AM
I was thinking the same thing. Scared to post any comment, though, because "hra87" could slap me for my girly attitude.

What the...what?

Getta
04-16-2008, 02:24 AM
The thread is dead means it only gets 40 posts a day rather than 200?

The thread is dead means that it used to be a continuous-time system and turned out to be a discrete-time one.

Happened four days ago. No further comments.

Getta
04-16-2008, 03:28 AM
GETTA! If you are here somewhere...thank you very much for the rep. :smooch: :hug:


Kelli. :smooch:

Your post touched my heart. ;) I would be fool if I didn't good rep you for it.

hra87
04-16-2008, 04:03 AM
Happened four days ago. No further comments.

The term "girly" is pretty loaded, I didn't realize what you meant by it. Gotcha.

I only really post here just to get random thoughts that don't deserve threads out in the open...I suppose for you people that actually use it to "chat" it's sad how slow it's gotten. If I'm bored I do like to like to read up on the day's "events" though...

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 04:45 AM
Skoff certainly could have achieved more, if he had worked as hard as Muster and Antonitsch too, I feel.


He liked his food and beer. I suppose when you are shagging Miss World, it's not always easy to remain focused.

Of that I have no doubt. But you do seem to have a general...um....distaste for Gasquet. I just can't figure out if it bothers you more that he has all of that unrealized potential or that he's gotten adoration and attention before he "earned" it. If it's the first, I guess I can understand that. Richie's game, when it's firing, is just lovely and it's quite the shame that he hasn't been able to do more with it. If it's the second though, I just don't get it. It's hardly his fault that people like him. :shrug: What do you want him to do? Say, "You really shouldn't like me because I suck sometimes"?

If you think I really cared about the results of the players I liked, then I would be a Fedal fan exclusively, so in other words it's the over the top hype, as a guy he doesn't bother me at all.

Gasquet needs to get some testicles, that's my only gripe with him.

Well there are a few that need some Wilander's in this world.

I hate Frew McMillan.

He is no worse than Mary Carillo, she is really something else.

He just lost a set from our little Belgian smurf?
:lol:

Let me see if I can watch this match on Eurosport. Yup it's on.

That bridge for FedFan is going to jump off must be getting closer.

George where are you ? I think after watching this match you can finally admit what we've know all along : Roger relly does have the best Bh of the open era :cool:

Shut it Sarkozy lover.

The Serbs should be stiff competition, though! :tape:

He's a prick! :( Don't compare him with Rafa!


I am going to name it the Zeke champs, due to the defending champion, getting a permanent holiday.

Rafa, well sure I have certain issues with the fanbase, but as a guy from what I have seen, he seems alright as for Cristiano Ronaldo, he definitely has a healthy opinion of himself.

:woohoo: Maria
2nd round of a MM event - i'll take that

Something to build on.

:lol: I think you could be right.

:sad:

Big Vic :hearts:

Our Romanian hero will surely win :D

Lurch Hanescu, the friendly giant. I remember his classic performance in Tenispro when they were in Bucharest.

Marti, wil drool because Zabaleta will be close to being naked. Some of your fave guys in this. The man with flair Chubby Chela. Hanescu is at the end and Lucho says he wanted to give up at the end of 2008.

FBMdUJODqos

LOLLL :rolls: i know whats coming ...


:haha::haha::haha::haha::haha:
and winding up Linda again ... cheers for the laughs earlier Whitler, in brilliant form :lol::worship:

As if I would wind Linda up, that would be bery bery bad to do something like this.

Kitty de Sade
04-16-2008, 05:37 AM
Kelli. :smooch:

Your post touched my heart. ;) I would be fool if I didn't good rep you for it.

You are so kind, Getta, thank you. Probably gone or asleep now- but a :hug: for tomorrow then. :wavey: :smooch:

I meant every word I said. Apart from the tennis, Argentina has a very special place in my heart. I'd go hang out there for a long while, to be a part of the scenery, if not for all the steaks they export. As a vegan, I end up starving to death. :tape: :p

MariaV
04-16-2008, 06:36 AM
Morning everyone! :wavey:
So quiet here indeed. :awww:

I have a question of the day for our Mr body builder JM and anyone else who would like to contribute - what is your opinion on boxing (as a sport)?

Betty
04-16-2008, 06:44 AM
probabily the only real sport i don't like..to much violence for me :o
hi maria:hug:
what's up?

hi all:)

Betty
04-16-2008, 06:45 AM
George..early morning and what i see... zaba..under the shower:hearts: :inlove:i wake up now:yeah:

MariaV
04-16-2008, 06:55 AM
Grazie per la tua opinione, Elisabetta! :)
:o :o I am trying some Italian... :help: :bolt:

I have lots of work to do but I'll be around as usual. ;)

Betty
04-16-2008, 07:00 AM
Grazie per la tua opinione, Elisabetta! :)
:o :o I am trying some Italian... :help: :bolt:

I have lots of work to do but I'll be around as usual. ;)

u speak well in italian;)
and your opinion?
btw good work :)

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 07:04 AM
I'd rather them fight in a ring, than fight on the street. I don't mind boxing.

bokehlicious
04-16-2008, 07:06 AM
I have a question of the day for our Mr body builder JM and anyone else who would like to contribute - what is your opinion on boxing (as a sport)?

Morning everybody :wavey:

I never liked fighting sports, boxing included... The only fighting sports I like are football and hockey :o :p

Btw, you should be able to drool all over Ronaldo, the lines are ok in Geneva's stadium, we still need to test the back-up lines though :angel: Today I'm off to Bern to test the lines in the Stade de Suisse...

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 07:08 AM
How long does it to take to get to Bern from your place JM?

bokehlicious
04-16-2008, 07:10 AM
How long does it to take to get to Bern from your place JM?

One hour by car. Though a bit more to reach the center of the city...

MariaV
04-16-2008, 07:13 AM
I'd rather them fight in a ring, than fight on the street. I don't mind boxing.

Never in doubt GWH! ;) You have a point.

Morning everybody :wavey:

I never liked fighting sports, boxing included... The only fighting sports I like are football and hockey :o :p

Btw, you should be able to drool all over Ronaldo, the lines are ok in Geneva's stadium, we still need to test the back-up lines though :angel: Today I'm off to Bern to test the lines in the Stade de Suisse...

Morning sweetheart, my non-violent person! :kiss: ;)
Good to hear. :D And hope everything will be fine in Bern too. :wavey:

bokehlicious
04-16-2008, 07:14 AM
Morning sweetheart, my non-violent person! :kiss: ;)


See, I'm neither violent nore gay... How strange is that :shrug: :o :D

MariaV
04-16-2008, 07:20 AM
See, I'm neither violent nore gay... How strange is that :shrug: :o :D

Yep, strange enough. ;)

bokehlicious
04-16-2008, 07:23 AM
Bad mood today, I got owned yesterday night by some guy playing heads up online poker... I shipped all the winnings I had the last few days... :( I'm sooo bad at keeping my composure... :mad:

MariaV
04-16-2008, 07:30 AM
Bad mood today, I got owned yesterday night by some guy playing heads up online poker... I shipped all the winnings I had the last few days... :( I'm sooo bad at keeping my composure... :mad:

:hug: :hug: Well, I always remind myself of a saying that nobody is perfect. ;)

It was raining here at night but now it's sunny and I'm in a great mood. :)

Betty
04-16-2008, 07:30 AM
JM:awww: :hug:

Betty
04-16-2008, 07:33 AM
:hug: :hug: Well, I always remind myself of a saying that nobody is perfect. ;)

It was raining here at night but now it's sunny and I'm in a great mood. :)

here sunny too, bad mood for me too, plus no sleep well:haha: i'll become a real night animals

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 07:37 AM
One hour by car. Though a bit more to reach the center of the city...

That's one thing I like about Switzerland the distances aren't so large, yes the public transport is a bit expensive, but unlike the UK it's clean and arrives on time.

I remember when I was in Bern. I went to this one party near the Reithalle, interesting for those who think Switzerland is just chocolate, cheese and cash in the mountains.

Puschkin
04-16-2008, 07:49 AM
I remember when I was in Bern. I went to this one party near the Reithalle, interesting for those who think Switzerland is just chocolate, cheese and cash in the mountains.

and bank accounts :tape:.

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 07:56 AM
and bank accounts :tape:.

You don't have any problem understanding Bavarians or SchywzertŁŁtsch then I imagine_

Puschkin
04-16-2008, 08:11 AM
You don't have any problem understanding Bavarians or SchywzertŁŁtsch then I imagine_

:haha: Bavarian is not difficult for me, but Swiss German is hard. It contains a lot of sound shifts, so it is closer to an own language, it is not simply a dialect.

There is a German/Swiss/Austrian TV-programme, where they put sometimes "High-German subtitles" to make Swiss German understandable for all, but they do it for real Viennese, too. ;)

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 08:15 AM
I have listened to Hansi Holzl speak and he did have a real Viennese accent, very much so.

Swiss German is a lot easier on the ears, seriously I hated German language classes. In fact the I hated the grammar as much as I do Agassi, if not more so,

Well as for subtitles, they use them when a Danish speaker is speaking and it's shown on Swedish or Norwegian TV, but Danish is not even close to a language. Someone speaking with throat and lung cancer with a mouth full of food.

Puschkin
04-16-2008, 08:22 AM
Swiss German is a lot easier on the ears, seriously I hated German language classes. In fact the I hated the grammar as much as I do Agassi, if not more so.

You are not the first non-German native telling me that either Austrian or Swiss German are easier to the ears than "High-German".

That's hard for me to have an opinion about, I always felt high German's pronounciation is more precise. We in Austria hardly make a difference betwen B and P, D and T, and I always thought that must make it harder for foreigners, but obviously it is not the case.

:woohoo: Safin with a Monte WC!:p

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 08:32 AM
You are not the first non-German native telling me that either Austrian or Swiss German are easier to the ears than "High-German".

That's hard for me to have an opinion about, I always felt high German's pronounciation is more precise. We in Austria hardly make a difference betwen B and P, D and T, and I always thought that must make it harder for foreigners, but obviously it is not the case.

:woohoo: Safin with a Monte WC!:p

Austrian and Swiss German is softer and more melodic than High German, the SW part of Germany around Freiburg, their accent I can tolerate, but the further north, the harder it becomes to listen to. Well it's still better than Afrikaans.

I suppose it depends on which part of Austria you are in, well Vorarlberg and Tirol are different to Upper and Lower Austria, then there is Vienna, in addition to this, there are differences between townspeople and the rural people as well.

Well the overrated one lives in Monaco or has a place there, he brings in people, so it's no surprise. I just wish the tourists like Rawdick, Blake and Haas in addition to the injured Berdman, Tsonga would withdraw.

MariaV
04-16-2008, 08:35 AM
Puschkin the fangirl! Did you just find out? :lol:

GWH doesn't like fangirling, esp Safin fangirls.

Puschkin
04-16-2008, 08:40 AM
I just wish the tourists like Rawdick, Blake and Haas in addition to the injured Berdman, Tsonga would withdraw.

Santoro needs only two of them, I think that will work out. :)

BTW: Santoro - What do you think about him?

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 08:45 AM
Santoro needs only two of them, I think that will work out. :)

BTW: Santoro - What do you think about him?

It's not just Santoro, but I'd rather him be playing than these claycourt clowns. I never used to like him, but I changed my views and appreciates what he brings to the game.

His match with Gaudio at the Aus Open was great to watch, two guys who just played tennis and not just brainless hitting or cheap shenanigans, running around screaming "come on".

It's good to be unorthodox and I actually don't mind him.

Puschkin
04-16-2008, 08:47 AM
I never used to like him, but I changed my views and appreciates what he brings to the game.


Similarly here, the older he gets the more I like him.

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 09:17 AM
Similarly here, the older he gets the more I like him.

Contrary to most stereotypes, I actually happen to like a variety of players for a lot of different reasons.

Like Tangy the fool came out with the nonsense that I don't like players that hit hard, well I forgot that Calleri, Acasuso and Berdych are all finesse.

bokehlicious
04-16-2008, 11:39 AM
That's one thing I like about Switzerland the distances aren't so large, yes the public transport is a bit expensive, but unlike the UK it's clean and arrives on time.

I remember when I was in Bern. I went to this one party near the Reithalle, interesting for those who think Switzerland is just chocolate, cheese and cash in the mountains.

Public transport is expensive and I don't exactly know why it's that expensive. They're often on time, that's true, but have nothing special :shrug:

Hahah the Reithalle, I used to hang there when I was a young brat :angel: not exactly the "cleany Switzerland" cliché :o :D

The Berner stadium's lines have been tested and are ok :cool:

MariaV
04-16-2008, 11:41 AM
It's quiet in here today. :awww:
Anyone to answer my question of the day, any photo spamming wishes? :awww:

MariaV
04-16-2008, 11:41 AM
Well done JM! :yeah:
Back just in time. :D So what's the Reithalle all about?
Hall for horse riding? :o

bokehlicious
04-16-2008, 11:43 AM
Why are you asking something about boxing Maria? You fangirl some boxer? :confused: :angel: :p

MariaV
04-16-2008, 11:44 AM
Why are you asking something about boxing Maria? You fangirl some boxer? :confused: :angel: :p

Nope, just to investigate. ;) :p
But what about the Reithalle? :o

bokehlicious
04-16-2008, 11:46 AM
So what's the Reithalle all about?
Hall for horse riding? :o

:lol: not exactly :o it used to be a place nearby Bern main station where the junkies gathered... and where you could find the best Moroccan hashish in Western Europe :angel: :bolt:

MariaV
04-16-2008, 11:52 AM
:lol: not exactly :o it used to be a place nearby Bern main station where the junkies gathered... and where you could find the best Moroccan hashish in Western Europe :angel: :bolt:

Hahaa I see, so as I thought it wasn't used for horse riding competitions. :lol:

my0118
04-16-2008, 12:03 PM
Hey Guys! :D
I hope you guys in here are doing well. :hug:

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 12:07 PM
Public transport is expensive and I don't exactly know why it's that expensive. They're often on time, that's true, but have nothing special :shrug:

Hahah the Reithalle, I used to hang there when I was a young brat :angel: not exactly the "cleany Switzerland" clichť :o :D

The Berner stadium's lines have been tested and are ok :cool:

I tend to use public transport a lot, wherever I am, so I tend to notice these things a bit more and like most things in Switzerland, it's not cheap,

Reithalle, definitely one of the more interesting places. Yes, there was the odd substance there, that would get a 2 year ban on tour if caught. Actually the fact it wasn't so clichťd made it fun.

So where next lovely Zurich and Basel?

MariaV
04-16-2008, 12:08 PM
Hello Mia! :wavey:
People seem to be busy.... :sad: :awww:
And how are you doing?
The question of the day here - what is your opinion on boxing (as a sport)?

bokehlicious
04-16-2008, 12:15 PM
So where next lovely Zurich and Basel?

No, I'm not responsible for those stadiums and the lines have already been tested there.

Hopefully I won't be woken up in the middle of the night in June because something's out of order *fingers crossed*

my0118
04-16-2008, 12:15 PM
Hello Mia! :wavey:
People seem to be busy.... :sad: :awww:
And how are you doing?
The question of the day here - what is your opinion on boxing (as a sport)?

I'm doing fine. I came back from studying in school. How are you, Maria? :wavey:
I thought this thread was crowded as always. :hug:

The answer : I don't watch boxing, but I think it has something to attract people. But I can't figure out what it is. :lol:

MariaV
04-16-2008, 12:18 PM
I'm doing fine. I came back from studying in school. How are you, Maria? :wavey:
I thought this thread was crowded as always. :hug:

The answer : I don't watch boxing, but I think it has something to attract people. But I can't figure out what it is. :lol:

Well nope, not crowded today, and I don't have time for photo spamming today either. :o
I went to lunch, cannot decide what to make for dinner and have work to do now. :(
I see, so no boxing fans here.

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 12:26 PM
Maria, what is the actual question you are asking? JM and I have answered it.

my0118
04-16-2008, 12:26 PM
Well nope, not crowded today, and I don't have time for photo spamming today either. :o
I went to lunch, cannot decide what to make for dinner and have work to do now. :(
I see, so no boxing fans here.

Well, I already had dinner, why don't you eat something traditional?
I wonder what is your contry's traditional food. :wavey:

How about combat sports? :lol:

MariaV
04-16-2008, 12:34 PM
Maria, what is the actual question you are asking? JM and I have answered it.

Sweetheart, as much as I appreciate you and JM, you're not the only ones whose answers I'd like to have. ;) :D
As I said you have a point in what you aswered.

Well, I already had dinner, why don't you eat something traditional?
I wonder what is your contry's traditional food. :wavey:

How about combat sports? :lol:

I am not much into combat sports at all, or weight lifting. :o
Yeah, I am contemplating about the food...
Umm, our traditional food .... trust me, nothing that you'd like. :lol: I am not gonna repeat the stuff about pork and sauerkraut or GWH would get mad again. ;)

my0118
04-16-2008, 12:43 PM
Yeah, I am contemplating about the food...
Umm, our traditional food .... trust me, nothing that you'd like. :lol: I am not gonna repeat the stuff about pork and sauerkraut or GWH would get mad again. ;)

Oh I remember Sauerkraut because I watched it on TV program which introduces foods from all around the world. I would like to eat some if I meet a chance to. Actually we have similar food called Kimchi, but this is more spicy I guess.. And this is one of the foods GHW doesn't like.. maybe second to Tofu? :lol:

MariaV
04-16-2008, 01:00 PM
LOL Mia, don't mention tofu to GWH. :haha:
Our couisine is similar to German I'd say, you know because of their long rule here.
One thing I like is smth called maybe grit in English, I wonder if you've ever heard of it.
http://www.pivarootsi.ee/pildid/toit/m_mulgipuder.jpg

Another thing is called kama, served with buttermilk or sour milk and some berries.
http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1309/1192384979_2ef0fe0a1d_s.jpg

And yes our sauerkraut is not as spicy as the Asian food.

mangoes
04-16-2008, 01:19 PM
Morning JM, Maria, George, my0118:hug: :hug:



Hello Mia! :wavey:
People seem to be busy.... :sad: :awww:
And how are you doing?
The question of the day here - what is your opinion on boxing (as a sport)?




:lol: :lol: :lol:

I'll answer your question Maria even though you refused to help me out over at the Fed forum:ras:

I don't care for boxing as a sport. I'd much rather watch wrestling. I've always felt that boxing is our modern day version of gladiators fighting to the death to the delight of a crowd...

MariaV
04-16-2008, 01:21 PM
Thanks Sheryl. :wavey: :hug:

And no I am not brave enough yet to post in your chat thread. :o :o :hug: But I've lurked already. :)

:lol: Your answer reminded me of The Gladiator and Russell Crowe. :worship: :bowdown:

l_mac
04-16-2008, 02:14 PM
Hi and bye again guys :hug:

I'm away for a few days :sad:

Don't let the thread die :sobbing:

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 02:15 PM
Oh I remember Sauerkraut because I watched it on TV program which introduces foods from all around the world. I would like to eat some if I meet a chance to. Actually we have similar food called Kimchi, but this is more spicey I guess.. And this is one of the foods GHW doesn't like.. maybe second to Tofu? :lol:

Kimchi at least has some spice, that has something going for it. Tofu, that is evil.

Castafiore
04-16-2008, 02:17 PM
I'm not a Fedtard, MariaV, my dear Fedtardtard, ;) but what the hell, I'll give you an answer anyway.

I do not like boxing: not as a sport when it's on Eurosport for example, not in a movie about boxing even when knowing the outcome. I agree that boxing in a ring with a known set of rules is better than fighting on the streets but I hate to watch people punching each other. Sport or no sport.

I liked Russel Crowe's movie The Gladiator (he's one of my favorite actors) but I had trouble watching the Cinderella man.

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 02:19 PM
Got to love some idiot having a go at me in the Tsonga injury thread, because I don't go ga ga over Safin's injury problems.

Simple Safin has been able to play tennis at the top for years. Tsonga hasn't.

Castafiore
04-16-2008, 02:27 PM
Tsonga has had injury worries off and on for quite some time. Big, fragile body, he has.

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 02:29 PM
I know, he has hardly played a full season. Some people are just stupid and you let them be, then there are others who need it highlighted.

Betty
04-16-2008, 02:30 PM
:eek:george:haha::haha:u're unique

hi again to all:)

very slow here

martine2
04-16-2008, 02:32 PM
Tsonga has had injury worries off and on for quite some time. Big, fragile body, he has.

Indeed. I hoped he would have been able to play at least a season injury free, but no :sad:

adee-gee
04-16-2008, 03:58 PM
JM? :awww:

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 03:59 PM
Princess, might have to post Spadea pics to bring Kelli out.

adee-gee
04-16-2008, 04:01 PM
Vincent :inlove:

http://www.tennis.com/uploadedImages/Tournaments/2006/US_Open/2006_09_03_Spadea.jpg

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 04:05 PM
Princess, I am jealous. You managed to see the King playing on grass. Oscar Hernandez a very humble monarch he is as well. His protege Granollers-Pujol has done well this season.

adee-gee
04-16-2008, 04:09 PM
Princess, I am jealous. You managed to see the King playing on grass. Oscar Hernandez a very humble monarch he is as well. His protege Granollers-Pujol has done well this season.
I did, and even get a photo with him. I hope he'll be back this year.

Montcourt better play qualies as well, I'm highly doubtful he will though :silly:

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 04:14 PM
I did, and even get a photo with him. I hope he'll be back this year.

Montcourt better play qualies as well, I'm highly doubtful he will though :silly:

He has to do well in Houston and Bermuda and he should be able to make it. He plays the Don tonight, then either Fish or Armando, if he wins that. He has won better Challenger events, but seeing him on grass would be an honour.

The shoulder turn and if you do that, make sure to take your Barca shirt. He like most of the Spanish players are big Barca fans.

They showed this special the King of Clubs and they showed Barca and I thought of the cheeky Scotsman, who sat in the managers chair while on tour.

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 04:16 PM
Davydenko involved in another epic match ;)

adee-gee
04-16-2008, 04:20 PM
He has to do well in Houston and Bermuda and he should be able to make it. He plays the Don tonight, then either Fish or Armando, if he wins that. He has won better Challenger events, but seeing him on grass would be an honour.

The shoulder turn and if you do that, make sure to take your Barca shirt. He like most of the Spanish players are big Barca fans.

They showed this special the King of Clubs and they showed Barca and I thought of the cheeky Scotsman, who sat in the managers chair while on tour.
The Don won't be easy, but I think the King has enough to win. I'd doubt whether he'd bother playing qualies for Wimbly, so he needs to get in automatically. Though Vicente was a joy to watch in qualies last year, absolutely epic match against Lammer he could barely walk afterwards and still got me nagging him for a photo :angel: :worship:

:lol: classic story, my mates don't let me live it down. I'll take my Barca shirt to Wimbledon this year, Rafito won't be impressed though :o

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 04:22 PM
I'm sure i just seen Jaap post '16k on Davydenko'

these gamblers are big rollers, and mental :o

adee-gee
04-16-2008, 04:26 PM
If Jaap has 16k on Davydenko then JM is better than me at COD.

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 04:27 PM
The Don won't be easy, but I think the King has enough to win. I'd doubt whether he'd bother playing qualies for Wimbly, so he needs to get in automatically. Though Vicente was a joy to watch in qualies last year, absolutely epic match against Lammer he could barely walk afterwards and still got me nagging him for a photo :angel: :worship:

:lol: classic story, my mates don't let me live it down. I'll take my Barca shirt to Wimbledon this year, Rafito won't be impressed though :o

River Oaks is very slow and that plays into the King's hands. Yes, that's the thing he really needs to do well here and he won't play qualies, so he has to be in directly. I wonder if Roitman will turn up this year, he is quite funny to watch and doesn't have the great turning circle.

Vicente with that slice backhand that is so slow it's not funny. He is a very good footballer and always something funny in his matches, as you have seen. I remember he and Lucho were playing at the AO 2003 on one of the back courts. We saw the first 2 sets which Lucho won and then I said to my mates, watch this Vicente wins in 5, we go back and the 5th set starts.

Rafa will live, though his uncle can't be impressed he supports RM. Ferrer's family is hilarious. He supports Barca, his bro supports Real Madrid and his dad Valencia.

acionescu
04-16-2008, 04:33 PM
No posts for over 4 hours

Sad times :sad:

:sobbing:

Bad mood today, I got owned yesterday night by some guy playing heads up online poker... I shipped all the winnings I had the last few days... :( I'm sooo bad at keeping my composure... :mad:

JM :hug: :secret: Don't you want to change your avy, I'm afraid of a jinx :angel:

here sunny too, bad mood for me too, plus no sleep well:haha: i'll become a real night animal

Same here! I don't know what's happening with peter, since he's back in daycare, he wakes at night every 20 minutes :o I waited last night until 2.00 AM to wash my hair. I was afraid that he's gonna wake up and I'm not gonna hear him :scared:

Hello Mia! :wavey:
People seem to be busy.... :sad: :awww:
And how are you doing?
The question of the day here - what is your opinion on boxing (as a sport)?

Boxing :spit: :pukesmiley:

Hi and bye again guys

I'm away for a few days

Don't let the thread die

Hi Linda :hug: Good luck!

Hi all! :wavey:

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 04:37 PM
Hey Andi :wavey:

look at this story from BBC today :eek:

World snooker champion John Higgins has branded Ronnie O'Sullivan "stupid" for making lewd comments during a news conference at last month's China Open.

O'Sullivan's gestures after he lost to Marco Fu, are to be reviewed by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association disciplinary panel.

"I just thought he was really naive," Higgins told BBC Sport.

"You've got to be stupid to make those comments. However, Ronnie's not stupid when it comes to publicity."

Higgins, 32, who begins the defence of his world title at the Crucible on Saturday, said the eventual outcome of the disciplinary panel's review was of no concern to him.

acionescu
04-16-2008, 04:51 PM
^^ Of course he was stupid, I was watching him and I did not believe my eyes but he's Ronnie, what can I say? :shrug: I like him to much to care! And is not like I love him for his gentlemen attitude. Leave that to boring Hendry or others that make me :zzz: :spit: Losing to Fuck gets me starting :fiery: :shout: Let's just say I'm not a very PC person( at least after Romanian standards) I like and respect Higgins, though!

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 04:56 PM
.. And Higg and Ronnie are friends!!

anyhow, it all starts on Saturday :yeah: you will see very little of me for all 17 days, and my job ;)

these are 17 days of the year for sitting infront of the tv all day and night, snooker non stop - and the remote to flick between matches

only leaving for much needed food or bathroom breaks (when they have a bathroom break after a frame)

I have my money on Selby, but hope a SCot wins - Maguire

acionescu
04-16-2008, 05:05 PM
.. And Higg and Ronnie are friends!!

anyhow, it all starts on Saturday :yeah: you will see very little of me for all 17 days, and my job ;)

these are 17 days of the year for sitting infront of the tv all day and night, snooker non stop - and the remote to flick between matches

only leaving for much needed food or bathroom breaks (when they have a bathroom break after a frame)

I have my money on Selby, but hope a SCot wins - Maguire


I can't wait! :bounce: Finally a season when Ronnie is doing good on permanent basis( forget the China Open! :( ) Murphy and Maguire are set to meet before SF, I understand, so Ronnie has his chances to finish No.1( and give up the grass for the moment Ronnie! ;) ) If is not Ronnie, I hope Selby( even if his final match will take 3 or 4 days without the bathroom breaks :o ) I don't want Maguire to win because of the rankings :shrug:

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 05:10 PM
If Jaap has 16k on Davydenko then JM is better than me at COD.

You need to see these forehands on the grass.


http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g239/GeorgeWH/Oscarrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.jpg

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g239/GeorgeWH/OscarWimbledonforehand.jpg

adee-gee
04-16-2008, 05:17 PM
:lol: :worship: what a guy.

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 05:34 PM
The man is so cool, he can pull off a pink shirt and not look gay.

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g239/GeorgeWH/Strikethepose.jpg

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g239/GeorgeWH/OscarandZaba.jpg

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g239/GeorgeWH/OscartheChamp-1.jpg

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g239/GeorgeWH/VaiOscar.jpg

Kitty de Sade
04-16-2008, 05:35 PM
Princess, might have to post Spadea pics to bring Kelli out.

If you'd consent to a cease and desist with the giant pictures of Vinnay Ice, that would be great. :)

Good to know that I can always count on you to antagonize me bring a little joy into my life. :hatoff:

Betty
04-16-2008, 05:39 PM
only i have problems wiht mtf today?
andreea, today has been worste of yesterday night i thoyght to trow myself out of the window :( :ras:

Action Jackson
04-16-2008, 05:42 PM
If you'd consent to a cease and desist with the giant pictures of Vinnay Ice, that would be great. :)

Good to know that I can always count on you to antagonize me bring a little joy into my life. :hatoff:

Vinnay is something all men should try and use as inspiration.

Antagonise you, come on, like I would ever do that.

acionescu
04-16-2008, 05:46 PM
only i have problems wiht mtf today?
andreea, today has been worste of yesterday night i thoyght to trow myself out of the window :( :ras:

The problem that I have with MTF(especially with this thread) is that it looks deserted :sad:
About Peter: today the first snots and caughs *praying for him to last another 2 days*
If he's not getting 39C I'm not even taking him in consideration :(

bokehlicious
04-16-2008, 07:11 PM
If Jaap has 16k on Davydenko then JM is better than me at COD.

We have to fix our connection problems and play again :( I even manage to get the 25 kills sometimes at FFA :rocker2: :cool:

Eden
04-16-2008, 08:24 PM
Hi everyone :wavey:

Hope you all are fine in here :)


Swiss German is a lot easier on the ears, seriously I hated German language classes. In fact the I hated the grammar as much as I do Agassi, if not more so,


Wieviele Jahre hast Du Deutsch gelernt? :)

The question of the day here - what is your opinion on boxing (as a sport)?

I don't find anything interesting in it, Maria. I guess I have just looked into 2 fights with Henry Maske.

Hi and bye again guys :hug:

I'm away for a few days :sad:

Don't let the thread die :sobbing:

Linda, take care of yourself, whatever you are doing :)

only i have problems wiht mtf today?


It works well for me Betty :)

Puschkin
04-16-2008, 08:29 PM
Hi everyone :wavey:

:wavey:

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 08:57 PM
Hey Doris, Pushckin

Puschkin, so why didnt Richard want to play on Sunday? finally is he feeling ashamed of the robbery he did to Murray in Bercy last November 2nd at 21:58 PM ???? :D

Puschkin
04-16-2008, 08:59 PM
Puschkin, so why didnt Richard want to play on Sunday? finally is he feeling ashamed of the robbery he did to Murray in Bercy last November 2nd at 21:58 PM ???? :D

OMG, just shut up. ;) I spent the last three days, to contradict the most stupid posts on this subject, in English and French. I am tired. :o

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 09:06 PM
:lol:
NO, I WANT MORE COMMENTS

AND IN GERMAN, SPANISH AND GAELIC !!!!

MariaV
04-16-2008, 09:10 PM
.. And Higg and Ronnie are friends!!

anyhow, it all starts on Saturday :yeah: you will see very little of me for all 17 days, and my job ;)

these are 17 days of the year for sitting infront of the tv all day and night, snooker non stop - and the remote to flick between matches

only leaving for much needed food or bathroom breaks (when they have a bathroom break after a frame)

I have my money on Selby, but hope a SCot wins - Maguire

My patents are huuuge snooker fans so ... yeah. :help: :help:

I'm not a Fedtard, MariaV, my dear Fedtardtard, ;) but what the hell, I'll give you an answer anyway.

I do not like boxing: not as a sport when it's on Eurosport for example, not in a movie about boxing even when knowing the outcome. I agree that boxing in a ring with a known set of rules is better than fighting on the streets but I hate to watch people punching each other. Sport or no sport.

I liked Russel Crowe's movie The Gladiator (he's one of my favorite actors) but I had trouble watching the Cinderella man.

Appreciate your answer Hilde, and yes, The Cinderella Man was not easy to watch. Good, Russell Crowe is one of my faves too. :)

Thanks also to everyone else who contributed. Sorry I gotta go now.
Andreea, hopefully Peter will be fine. :hug: :hug:

MariaV
04-16-2008, 09:11 PM
Mikey dear, I'll be back tomorrow holding you! ;) :wavey:

Puschkin
04-16-2008, 09:15 PM
:lol:NO, I WANT MORE COMMENTS

AND IN GERMAN, SPANISH AND GAELIC !!!!

I am unable to serve on the last two, but before you get cheeky: Why didn't Murray go to South America in February? :p

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 09:15 PM
YO Maria :kiss: good... i expect a quick and painful 2 set loss to the big Romanian

btw, tranlate in Estonian for Maria as well Pushckin, thanks

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 09:16 PM
but before you get cheeky: Why didn't Murray go to South America in February? :pClearly he was injured :p:p

Puschkin
04-16-2008, 09:17 PM
Clearly he was injured :p:p

okay, case closed. :rolls:

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 09:19 PM
I believe it.. look at how he has crumbled since :sad:
dont believe Jamie Murray :ras:

Puschkin
04-16-2008, 09:21 PM
I believe it.. look at how he has crumbled since :sad:
dont believe Jamie Murray :ras:

I stick to my word case closed.

MariaV
04-16-2008, 09:48 PM
Doris! :hatoff:

OMG I just noticed Sheryl's signature. :spit: :haha: :haha: :haha:
FYI Sheryl sweetie - I don't think I'll start posting daily questions here. :lol:
But feel free, everyone can post a question here if they like. :)

mangoes
04-16-2008, 10:35 PM
Hi Margareta:hug: Hi Mikey:hug:


Doris! :hatoff:

OMG I just noticed Sheryl's signature. :spit: :haha: :haha: :haha:
FYI Sheryl sweetie - I don't think I'll start posting daily questions here. :lol:
But feel free, everyone can post a question here if they like. :)

:lol: :lol: :lol: I see you've finally gotten around to scanning the Fed chat:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Maria:hug: Actually, if you have questions, PM them to me. I'm running out of questions on the Fed forum. I liked your question today.

Gladiator is a movie I truly enjoyed. Russell Crowe is a very good actor.

adee-gee
04-16-2008, 11:11 PM
We have to fix our connection problems and play again :( I even manage to get the 25 kills sometimes at FFA :rocker2: :cool:
Yes we do :mad:

Btw, did you see the new Mirka pic? :inlove: :hearts: :drool:

http://pics.eqimages.ch/archive/p_43037-164108195212.jpg

:bolt:

l_mac
04-16-2008, 11:18 PM
Oh dear.

Is she pregnant? She looks very tired.

adee-gee
04-16-2008, 11:19 PM
I just spotted a wonderful lookalike for Mirka :haha:

*goes to post it in the lookalikes thread*

l_mac
04-16-2008, 11:23 PM
Hurry up then!

I tried to bad rep you for laughing at Rangers, btw, but the system wouldn't let me. :(

adee-gee
04-16-2008, 11:25 PM
Hurry up then!

I tried to bad rep you for laughing at Rangers, btw, but the system wouldn't let me. :(
It's nothing bad, she looks too beautiful....like an improved version of Jessica Alba :inlove:

:lol: :kiss:

l_mac
04-16-2008, 11:25 PM
Adam, you are so mean :haha: :haha: :haha:

adee-gee
04-16-2008, 11:27 PM
Adam, you are so mean :haha: :haha: :haha:
:lol: :angel:

Seeing as I think Stephen Lee looks like a combination of a hamster and a pig, I guess it can be described as a little mean :o

l_mac
04-16-2008, 11:32 PM
Her face looks much more puffy than usual. Like her that played Monica in Friends face went when she was with child. It is my expert medical opinion that she is indeed up the stick.

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 11:36 PM
Mirky - Stephen Lee eh

:o

Linda, what a barny with Novo at the end ;)

l_mac
04-16-2008, 11:38 PM
Mirky - Stephen Lee eh

:o

Linda, what a barny with Novo at the end ;)

:( I watched in a Celtic pub. Mistake. That's why I'm on MTF even though I'm at my mum's. I need to be calmed.

Corey Feldman
04-16-2008, 11:41 PM
Be with calm :hug:

hours after Old Firm games are always the same, i can hear the drunk singers around the street every few minutes

i dont like that Gers next game is at Parkhead again :( i'm gonna end up having to cheer Gers in one of these games in hand against us - coz Celts winning the league is unbearable.

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 02:12 AM
OMG, just shut up. ;) I spent the last three days, to contradict the most stupid posts on this subject, in English and French. I am tired. :o

Must have been busy.

Merton
04-17-2008, 02:32 AM
I am surprised there is so much noise about Gasquet in this issue. Forget should have the balls not to include Richard in the team to begin with, if he considered him out of form. Then he should have the balls not to use him, if he considered him out of form. Once Gasquet was in the team, Forget should have protected his player, not air their dirty laudry in public. Now it looks like Forget trying to diffuse responsibility for the DC loss.

I cannot imagine Tarpischev or Mancini ever doing that.

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 02:39 AM
Well Forget must be like the dog that has been beaten so many times, then just attacks randomly. He has handled this very poorly and well with all the injury to Tsonga, the other guys in the team stood up in the circumstances.

Tarpi and Mancini are very good captains, they aren't trying to be the centre of attention. I was on the money with the clowns bagging Mancini because Acasuso played poorly and saying he's crap. The facts are that he actually unified Argie tennis after the Luza show in Malaga and in 2004, he really had to go after all that.

Merton
04-17-2008, 02:46 AM
Mancini clearly has done an excellent job since he took over, it must have been particularly hard back in 2005 when Coria was still in the team. :lol: As for using Chucho, well had he used Monaco then the clowns would have accused him for not using Chucho if Soderling won anyway. Sometimes bad losses happen, the Toad was on fire and Chucho had one of his crap days, nothing too much to knee-jerk about.

Forget should have been fired back when he chose Clement over Santoro, right when Santoro was on fire, moreover their opponent was Russia so having Santoro gave them additional options in singles against Safin. Clearly a case for favouritism.

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 02:55 AM
What happened in Malaga was horrible leadership. Zabaleta was on fire, then he got all nervous and started cramping, but Luza did nothing to help him, just looked on like a passenger. Then the guy he replaced should have been Gaudio, but it was Zabaleta and we know what happened at the end of that.

The players were the one that voted Mancini for the job, after they sacked Luza, it was him and then Jaite. Well the 2005 tie in Bratislava was the last one with Coria, there was a lot of friction between he and Gaudio. Even to the point that were rumours that Coria wasn't going to play the 4th match against Hrbaty and that Gaudio was going to take the fall if they lost, well I am not one of them, but there are many who still question the Weasel's status when they played Malaga.

Well I know I have criticised Forget for a long time and at that time, there was no way the clown with the bandana should have been selected, but his poodle got selected.

Merton
04-17-2008, 03:19 AM
Thanks for the details about Malaga, I only know they threw Gaudio under the bus. I think the coach should protect his players and take responsibility for the choices but sometimes things can get tricky, clearly it must be difficult to deal with somebody like Coria. A pity Nalbandian and Coria were not at the team at the time.

Houston is hilarious, I think it is the only place where Fish can score victories on clay :lol: The King should take him down now.

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 03:24 AM
Mancini worked very well individually with Coria and was the best coach for him, but it ended up working out for Argentina. This generation have to get a Davis Cup or they'll be the lost generation. There isn't anything really coming through and del Potro is having back problems already. Well what happened in Bratislava wasn't ideal as Coria was in Beijing playing on a different surface and arrived late.

The King should really defeat Fish, they have already played once on the clay and Oscar won. All he has to do is keep good length and expose that poor movement with the big angles, then use his panther like speed ghosting into the net.

Merton
04-17-2008, 03:39 AM
Just checked Fish's record on clay, it is as I suspected. He is 11-14 (not counting futures/challengers), with eight of those wins coming in Houston. One win was against Robredo in a dead match at DC, so there are only two legit victories out of Houston, one against Kucera against Slovakia at DC and one against Santoro in Rome. :lol:

I hope Argentina wins the DC and clearly this is their opportunity as they have ties at home. Russia is tricky but they should prevail, then comes the big one against Spain. Just hope they stay healthy, particularly Nalbandian will be clearly needed.

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 03:46 AM
Fish is a total Houston specialist, though he is not to level of Kunitsyn aka Mr. Kremlin Cup. The guy plays like he is top 30 when he plays there. He is just that slow around the court and doesn't know to move, really the King should beat him.

Funny things happen like Oscar up a set and a break against Jonas at RG last year, then Bjorkman started the attack and threw him out of synch. The ToJo loss was a very poor one in Båstad, but it's very hard to concentrate in Båstad with the distractions.

Argentina finally have a good draw, but they need Nalbandian to be firing for sure. In a way I feel for Gaudio, he really loves this competition, but as can happen, the greatest moments can come here, but the worst failures. He only had 3 goals and he achieved 2 of those, so if Argentina win the DC, he will be happy, but a bit disappointed he wasn't able to be a part of it, though a lot of that falls on himself.

Merton
04-17-2008, 04:10 AM
Fish is a total Houston specialist, though he is not to level of Kunitsyn aka Mr. Kremlin Cup. The guy plays like he is top 30 when he plays there. He is just that slow around the court and doesn't know to move, really the King should beat him.

Funny things happen like Oscar up a set and a break against Jonas at RG last year, then Bjorkman started the attack and threw him out of synch. The ToJo loss was a very poor one in BŚstad, but it's very hard to concentrate in BŚstad with the distractions.

Argentina finally have a good draw, but they need Nalbandian to be firing for sure. In a way I feel for Gaudio, he really loves this competition, but as can happen, the greatest moments can come here, but the worst failures. He only had 3 goals and he achieved 2 of those, so if Argentina win the DC, he will be happy, but a bit disappointed he wasn't able to be a part of it, though a lot of that falls on himself.

That is the key right there, for sure Fish will attack in every opportunity, Oscar just needs to maintain his cool and keep moving him around.

I just hope Gaudio can finish on his own terms, he did very well the year after he won RG, I don't think he has received credit for reaching the TMC in 2005, as he needed some results out of clay to get there and he got them.

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 04:15 AM
That is the key right there, for sure Fish will attack in every opportunity, Oscar just needs to maintain his cool and keep moving him around.

I just hope Gaudio can finish on his own terms, he did very well the year after he won RG, I don't think he has received credit for reaching the TMC in 2005, as he needed some results out of clay to get there and he got them.

One thing is that River Oaks is like an old style claycourt very heavy and slow, so this will help the King even more. If he holds his ground, then he should be fine and not allow to go further back. A semi final place is begging here and that's some good points, especially for the Wimbledon campaign. Roitman is in a similar position as well.

This happens a lot with people that have clay as their best surface, their excellent results off clay, tend to get overlooked in the rush just to label them as clay specialists. Players should finish when they don't believe they can do it or don't enjoy it anymore.

The bandwagon clowns, that tell them to retire and then the next day want their children.

Merton
04-17-2008, 04:38 AM
Does Oscar get direct entry to Wimbledon? Those points should help for sure, he has to defend points from Barcelona and also I think he qualified and won a match in Rome and Hamburg last year. Overall great choice to play here instead of Valencia.

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 04:41 AM
If Oscar makes the semis, that really should get him over the line for Wimbledon qualies. He made the Barcelona QFs as well. I didn't see him on the list for Rome, though I reckon he should play Hamburg qualies.

Merton
04-17-2008, 05:05 AM
It seems his schedule is Barcelona, then Hamburg qualies. EDIT: He has also entered Casablanca. Hopefully he gets the W here, it is an excellent opportunity for him, even though I doubt that direct entry at Wimbledon bothers him too much :lol: I am off, catch up tomorrow :wavey:

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 05:50 AM
There are people that probably care about the direct entry into Wimbledon more than Oscar does.

Hope Lucho and Brzezicki can make the MD for RG.

Betty
04-17-2008, 06:46 AM
morning all :)

MariaV
04-17-2008, 06:55 AM
Morning Elisabetta! Come stai? :wavey:


:lol: :lol: :lol: I see you've finally gotten around to scanning the Fed chat:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Maria:hug: Actually, if you have questions, PM them to me. I'm running out of questions on the Fed forum. I liked your question today.

Gladiator is a movie I truly enjoyed. Russell Crowe is a very good actor.

Oh, nice to see you appreciating Russell Crowe too. :)
And I'll certainly PM you the questions if I think of some new ones. :lol: :lol:

Now it's back to work for me. :awww:

Betty
04-17-2008, 07:20 AM
così soci, sono piuttosto apatica...come il tempo grigio,grigio :o

don't work hard maria;)

JM missssssssssssss u:p

bokehlicious
04-17-2008, 09:16 AM
Hi Betty and Maria dears :hug: :hug:

Buuuuuuuusy again... :mad: :mad:

Have a nice day :wavey:

MariaV
04-17-2008, 09:24 AM
Have a nice day :wavey:

You too sweetheart! :kiss:
I'll be back cheering for Fed holding Mikey later! :wavey:

Betty
04-17-2008, 09:26 AM
u too JM:hug:

maria, do u think he will need it:devil:sure Fed..will win:angel:
:bolt:

MariaV
04-17-2008, 09:32 AM
u too JM:hug:

maria, do u think he will need it:devil:sure Fed..will win:angel:
:bolt:

Betty, I'm sure Fed will win. ;) :angel: He improved nicely towards the end of his match vs Oli. :D
Hanescu is a nice lad but he's giant only when it comes to his height. (Sorry lovely Romanian girls here :hug: :hug:)

Oh and I hope this carbuncle/furuncle or whatever that thing is on his cheek goes away really fast.

adee-gee
04-17-2008, 10:50 AM
Hai Hanescu! :hearts:

bokehlicious
04-17-2008, 10:54 AM
Monofed won't hurt Hanescu on clay, Adam, easy cash if you're inspired enough to make a bet on this one ;)

adee-gee
04-17-2008, 11:23 AM
Monofed won't hurt Hanescu on clay, Adam, easy cash if you're inspired enough to make a bet on this one ;)
I hardly have any vcash, but I'll go all in on Big Vic :rocker2:

yana
04-17-2008, 11:28 AM
Buna!

Betty, I'm sure Fed will win. ;) :angel: He improved nicely towards the end of his match vs Oli. :D
Hanescu is a nice lad but he's giant only when it comes to his height. (Sorry lovely Romanian girls here :hug: :hug:)

When did Maria turn Fedtard? :(

Hai Hanescu! :hearts:

Adam, the voice of reason :worship:

Haide, Hane! ;)

adee-gee
04-17-2008, 12:00 PM
Buna!

When did Maria turn Fedtard? :(
Oana :hearts:

Last week I think :sad:

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 12:02 PM
I hardly have any vcash, but I'll go all in on Big Vic :rocker2:

Lurch isn't beating Fed, though I'd love to see it happen. Big Vic the gentle giant.

adee-gee
04-17-2008, 12:06 PM
Don't be so pessimistic Georgious :(

stebs
04-17-2008, 12:09 PM
Hello all, how goes it?

Big amounts of work for me to do today, I am really struggling with facing it but I suppose we have to do what we have to do.

stebs
04-17-2008, 12:09 PM
Don't be so pessimistic Georgious :(

Hanescu with the doulbe bagel 6-3 6-3 for sure. :)

MariaV
04-17-2008, 12:12 PM
Professor Stebs! :hatoff: And what's the nature of the work you got to do? Grade students' papers? :D

adee-gee
04-17-2008, 12:12 PM
Hello all, how goes it?

Big amounts of work for me to do today, I am really struggling with facing it but I suppose we have to do what we have to do.
Stebs :hatoff:

Sod the work, waste your time away in here ;)

I finish work early :yippee: just a couple more hours :D

stebs
04-17-2008, 12:21 PM
Professor Stebs! :hatoff: And what's the nature of the work you got to do? Grade students' papers? :D

Grade students is a term lost on me as a Brit. I am marking essays on euthanasia. A very interesting topic but there are so many biased views putting out false information or at least biased views that it is hard for people who are learning a lot of their stuff on the internet to get things right. I do not mind this type of work but there is a lot of it.

P.S - I am not actually a professor. :sad:

stebs
04-17-2008, 12:21 PM
Stebs :hatoff:

Sod the work, waste your time away in here ;)

I finish work early :yippee: just a couple more hours :D

It certainly looks that way. I am convincing myself I can flit between work and MTF but sadly it proves difficult.

stebs
04-17-2008, 12:32 PM
http://www.menstennisforums.com/showthread.php?t=121457

Clay Death posting along with the jokes in this thread. Does he realise that everyone is laughing at him?

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 12:35 PM
Grade students is a term lost on me as a Brit. I am marking essays on euthanasia. A very interesting topic but there are so many biased views putting out false information or at least biased views that it is hard for people who are learning a lot of their stuff on the internet to get things right. I do not mind this type of work but there is a lot of it.

P.S - I am not actually a professor. :sad:

I think there are a few MTF subjects that euthanasia, might be a good thing. Good luck with that.

Clown Death is a danger, he is really like that fool on the hill that the Beatles wrote that song about.

Speaking of writing, I need to get cracking as I have some stuff that needs to be done, but MTF doesn't require me to think.

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 12:36 PM
Don't be so pessimistic Georgious :(

Btw, how good was Victor's performance in that Tenis Pro episode I linked you before. He is all flair, he taught Ric Flair about flair.

bokehlicious
04-17-2008, 12:42 PM
Clown Death is a danger, he is really like that fool on the hill that the Beatles wrote that song about.


:yeah: One of the best song from the Beatles written by Paul imo :worship:

stebs
04-17-2008, 12:56 PM
I think there are a few MTF subjects that euthanasia, might be a good thing. Good luck with that.

None of my students yet has remarked that posters on message boards should be exceptions to the law when it comes to euthanasia so you would get makrs for originality with that view. :lol:

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 01:00 PM
None of my students yet has remarked that posters on message boards should be exceptions to the law when it comes to euthanasia so you would get makrs for originality with that view. :lol:

Originality was never my problem when it came to education. I admire that you can be lecturing or teaching, it's something I really couldn't do. I know how much of a prick of a kid I was.

MariaV
04-17-2008, 01:01 PM
Grade students is a term lost on me as a Brit. I am marking essays on euthanasia. A very interesting topic but there are so many biased views putting out false information or at least biased views that it is hard for people who are learning a lot of their stuff on the internet to get things right. I do not mind this type of work but there is a lot of it.

P.S - I am not actually a professor. :sad:

Sorry about mixing American and British English, that's just stupid me. :o My English is and will always be very poor. :o

I know you're not a professor (I'm not that retarded ;)) but I like calling you so, I hope you don't object. :D

I understand you're not up for a discussion over euthanasia right now but I'd certainly like to discuss this topic with you one day. :hatoff:

Castafiore
04-17-2008, 01:04 PM
Pffft...of all the possible opponents...

Of course Belgium has to oppose his majesty and his royal household in the Davis Cup. :rolleyes:

Still, if we manage to get Malisse to play, Darcis, Vliegen, Olivier Rochus and if the miracle should then happen that they're all in good shape at the same time and ...*gasp*...forming one united team: it could be fun.
(but sheesh: that's a long shot, that :sad: )


My English is and will always be very poor
Come on, Maria. I'm not exactly an expert and your English is perhaps not perfect but it's far from VERY poor. If you think that your English is very poor, I'd hate to think what your opinion is on my English. :bolt:

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 01:07 PM
I remember I did have to help to check spellings on papers when I was a teen, it was so fun catching people using American spelling, when it was stated at the start of the year, that using American spelling was deemed to be incorrect.

I really hope Safin doesn't win, don't want the sleeping bandwagon to be awoken.

Betty
04-17-2008, 01:10 PM
Pffft...of all the possible opponents...

Of course Belgium has to oppose his majesty and his royal household in the Davis Cup. :rolleyes:

Still, if we manage to get Malisse to play, Darcis, Vliegen, Olivier Rochus and if the miracle should then happen that they're all in good shape at the same time and ...*gasp*...forming one united team: it could be fun.
(but sheesh: that's a long shot, that :sad: )



Come on, Maria. I'm not exactly an expert and your English is perhaps not perfect but it's far from VERY poor. If you think that your English is very poor, I'd hate to think what your opinion is on my English. :bolt:

so mine...is not english:eek::bolt:

Castafiore
04-17-2008, 01:11 PM
so mine...is not english:eek::bolt:
:lol: :hug:

MariaV
04-17-2008, 01:11 PM
Pffft...of all the possible opponents...

Of course Belgium had to be picked to oppose his majesty and his royal household. :rolleyes:

Still, if we manage to get Malisse to play, Darcis, Vliegen, Olivier Rochus and if the miracle should then happen that they're all in good shape at the same time and ...*gasp*...forming one united team: it could be fun.
(but sheesh: that's a long shot, that :sad: )


Yep, that's gonna be tough now that King Roger will play but who knows.



Come on, Maria. I'm not exactly an expert and your English is perhaps not perfect but it's far from VERY poor.

:p
Well, I know it's not going to be perfect, with English for some reason I need more time to write correctly. :( And of course I'm not always bothering on a message board. :o

adee-gee
04-17-2008, 01:21 PM
Big Vic :mad:

Castafiore
04-17-2008, 01:24 PM
Incidently, Malisse once beat Federer in a Davis cup tie. :cool: (the only time he did defeat him)

Sadly, it was before Federer became The Mighty Federer.

Castafiore
04-17-2008, 01:25 PM
Big Vic :mad:
I take it that Mikey won't have to run into Maria's arms then.

MariaV
04-17-2008, 01:35 PM
I take it that Mikey won't have to run into Maria's arms then.

Nope, 6-3 first set, back to old Fedgod. :shrug: :lol:
Mikey hasn't been around today. :awww:

cmurray
04-17-2008, 01:37 PM
Everyone's English here is just fine. Maria, you speak...what? 14 languages? :lol: I'm brushing up on my French by listening to it on cd in my car. :tape:

Americans suck that way. Small children are not taught other languages and the older you get, the more difficult it becomes. sigh.

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 01:38 PM
Mikey is in snooker mode.

Castafiore
04-17-2008, 01:41 PM
Nope, 6-3 first set, back to old Fedgod. :shrug:
Fedgod, eh? Are you watching? How's his opponent doing? Fighting as best he can or playing dead?

(I'll soon be away for a week to watch one minor tennis event somewhere in some obscure place so you'll be rid of me for a while ;) I'll miss teasing you, though. )

adee-gee
04-17-2008, 01:44 PM
Hanescu nu fourte bine :(

Puschkin
04-17-2008, 01:49 PM
Yep, that's gonna be tough now that King Roger will play but who knows.

as long as there is Wawrinka, there is always hope. ;)

And Marat a break up against Haase, somehow things are better this week than last. :tape:

Castafiore
04-17-2008, 01:50 PM
Deleted post. Never mind, cheryl. Failure to communicate. :sad:

martine2
04-17-2008, 02:07 PM
Hi :wavey:

Castafiore
04-17-2008, 02:09 PM
Hi :wavey:
Dag Martine! 't Is goed weer in Brussel vandaag, niet? (kan het Belgischer? zeveren over het weer?).
Ik vrees dat ik hier meer tegen mezelf aan het kletsen ben dan wat anders. :lol:


Federer narrowly escaped another defeat, I notice.

adee-gee
04-17-2008, 02:18 PM
WELL DONE ROGI! :hearts:

Mirka will be happy, so I'm happy :D

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 02:19 PM
Fed was in deep trouble here.

stebs
04-17-2008, 02:25 PM
Sorry about mixing American and British English, that's just stupid me. :o My English is and will always be very poor. :o

I know you're not a professor (I'm not that retarded ;)) but I like calling you so, I hope you don't object. :D

I understand you're not up for a discussion over euthanasia right now but I'd certainly like to discuss this topic with you one day. :hatoff:

Your English certainly doesn't seem poor from your posts and certainly the fact that you can even discuss anything in a language other than your own is impressive and in stark contrast with me.

It's fine for you to call me a prof. :)


I am always happy to discuss although you could call me fairly neutral on the subject so it wouldn't be a fiery one. The issues with euthanasia are logistical and practical ones as well as the obvious ethical ones and it is this that a lot of my students have missed.

bokehlicious
04-17-2008, 02:39 PM
Pffft...of all the possible opponents...

Of course Belgium has to oppose his majesty and his royal household in the Davis Cup. :rolleyes:

Still, if we manage to get Malisse to play, Darcis, Vliegen, Olivier Rochus and if the miracle should then happen that they're all in good shape at the same time and ...*gasp*...forming one united team: it could be fun.
(but sheesh: that's a long shot, that :sad: )


This tie is even :shrug:, or maybe we're slightly favorite if Fed plays... :shrug: :sad:

I'm brushing up on my French by listening to it on cd in my car. :tape:

:lol: What are you listening to? French music or something?

Yep, that's gonna be tough now that King Roger will play but who knows.


Did he already commit?

Castafiore
04-17-2008, 02:43 PM
Did he already commit?
Not 100% sure I think but it's pretty certain that he'll play.

We'll need supersmurf against Federer to stand a chance.
http://www.robotech.com.cn/81-91/CCTV25_13.JPG

Betty
04-17-2008, 02:44 PM
headacle..i need a break

casta:haha: i always love smurf and my son too..he plays with mine :o :haha:

bokehlicious
04-17-2008, 02:46 PM
We'll need supersmurf against Federer to stand a chance.
http://www.robotech.com.cn/81-91/CCTV25_13.JPG

:lol:

I wonder what surface they'll pick, possibly clay to suit Wawamug :shrug: :zzz:

Puschkin
04-17-2008, 02:58 PM
Did he already commit?

Yep, front page of rf.com

bokehlicious
04-17-2008, 03:04 PM
Yep, front page of rf.com

Thanks, I rarely venture there anymore :scared: :angel: :p

Are you still a mod there btw?

Betty
04-17-2008, 03:56 PM
score of marat please? :)

RogiFan88
04-17-2008, 04:06 PM
he lost...

Betty
04-17-2008, 04:07 PM
i read it...

Betty
04-17-2008, 04:08 PM
btw thk :hug:
maria :bigcry:

Corey Feldman
04-17-2008, 04:16 PM
:hug: Maria

will Marat ever win 2 straight matches again ??

how did Fed win 6-3 6-2? MonoHanescu ? ;)

Betty
04-17-2008, 04:28 PM
:bigwave: Mikey

please, can u tell me some cities near Glasgow, with a castle?

Corey Feldman
04-17-2008, 04:35 PM
:bigwave: yo Beto

hmm, Edinburgh (you know that) other - i dont know.... outside of my own town, i dont know my country that well :shrug:

Betty
04-17-2008, 04:36 PM
:bigwave: yo Beto

hmm, Edinburgh (you know that) other - i dont know.... outside of my own town, i dont know my country that well :shrug:

:eek:but which are the town near GLASGOW, for exmp..i mean i read abt coabdrige, is there a castle?

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 04:39 PM
:bigwave: Mikey

please, can u tell me some cities near Glasgow, with a castle?

Parkhead is the place for you.

adee-gee
04-17-2008, 04:45 PM
:bigwave: Mikey

please, can u tell me some cities near Glasgow, with a castle?
Stirling :p

Corey Feldman
04-17-2008, 04:49 PM
:eek:but which are the town near GLASGOW, for exmp..i mean i read abt coabdrige, is there a castle?Hmm that place sounds familiar - Coatbridge, but i have no memory about places ;)


Parkhead is the place for you. hehe

thats home of CELTIC, betty.. just incase you didnt know

Inter gave them the European Cup in 1967 :banghead:

imagine being around in times like that again - England winning World Cup and Celtic winning Champions Lge... would be time to move to North Pole.:bolt:

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 04:52 PM
St.Andrews has a castle.

adee-gee
04-17-2008, 05:07 PM
Hmm that place sounds familiar - Coatbridge, but i have no memory about places ;)
:smash: I only lived in Glasgow until I was 12 and my memory is better than yours :ras:

Coatbridge is a place, I went there when Thistle played Albion Rovers :o

Although I'll join you in having no idea if there's a castle there :lol:

l_mac
04-17-2008, 05:08 PM
:eek:but which are the town near GLASGOW, for exmp..i mean i read abt coabdrige, is there a castle?

Stirling :p

St.Andrews has a castle.

St Andrews isn't near Glasgow. :lol:

There are castles in Glasgow, Crookston Castle springs immesdiately to mind, Bothwell Castle.

Dumbarton Castle is quite near Glasgow and so is Newark.

edit: Bothwell is quite near Coatbridge, maybe that is the one she meant?

Culzean Castle is famous and it's in Ayr, which is near Glasgow -ish.

Betty
04-17-2008, 05:10 PM
:haha: thk guys
i need some names of little cities/town/village near glasgow ..:p and yes with a castle:lol:

Betty
04-17-2008, 05:12 PM
:worship::worship:
exist smething like a municipality in those towns?:p


St Andrews isn't near Glasgow. :lol:

There are castles in Glasgow, Crookston Castle springs immesdiately to mind, Bothwell Castle.

Dumbarton Castle is quite near Glasgow and so is Newark.

edit: Bothwell is quite near Coatbridge, maybe that is the one she meant?

Culzean Castle is famous and it's in Ayr, which is near Glasgow -ish.

Betty
04-17-2008, 05:13 PM
Stirling :p

:inlove:

mikey..are u sure to live in sco? :p ;)

elessar
04-17-2008, 05:13 PM
Shut it Sarkozy lover.

George I think you have anger management issues, I worry for you :sad:
St Andrews isn't near Glasgow. :lol:

There are castles in Glasgow, Crookston Castle springs immesdiately to mind, Bothwell Castle.

Dumbarton Castle is quite near Glasgow and so is Newark.
Weren't you supposed to be away for a few days :scratch: ?

l_mac
04-17-2008, 05:15 PM
:worship::worship:
exist smething like a municipality in those towns?:p

Umm. I'm not sure what you mean exactly. Dumbarton is it's own town, but I would count Bothwell as a suburb of Glasgow (probably wrongly :o) I suppose it is a town in its own right.

Newark Castle is in Port Glasgow.

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 05:15 PM
George I think you have anger management issues, I worry for you :sad:


Why is that then?

l_mac
04-17-2008, 05:16 PM
George I think you have anger management issues, I worry for you :sad:

Weren't you supposed to be away for a few days :scratch: ?

I'm at my mother's and I never usually use the computer at her house, but she is playing golf and I am "making dinner"

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 05:18 PM
Only 9 more days and Nadal will be lifting a title Linda.

l_mac
04-17-2008, 05:20 PM
Only 9 more days and Nadal will be lifting a title Linda.

Bet you can't wait.

Actually, I doubt he'll win MC this year. He's forgotten how to win titles :shrug:

Corey Feldman
04-17-2008, 05:25 PM
:smash: I only lived in Glasgow until I was 12 and my memory is better than yours :ras:

Coatbridge is a place, I went there when Thistle played Albion Rovers :o

Although I'll join you in having no idea if there's a castle there :lol:

something needs to be great for me to remember it - like going to Invarary jail as a schoolkid, loved it!

everything else, my mind is a blank - even trips to football away days

but Dundee is always a memorable place & ppl :o

Action Jackson
04-17-2008, 05:25 PM
Bet you can't wait.

Actually, I doubt he'll win MC this year. He's forgotten how to win titles :shrug:

I just won't watch his matches. There will be others to watch.

He is walking this title in. Unless he gets a huge dose of food poisoning and loses 4kg in a day, then the engraver better start work.

martine2
04-17-2008, 05:26 PM
Hi again :p :banana:

Corey Feldman
04-17-2008, 05:27 PM
Yo Claire, Filske :wavey:

yer Maw plays golf Linda? wit aboot u?

martine2
04-17-2008, 05:30 PM
Yo Claire, Filske :wavey:

yer Maw plays golf Linda? wit aboot u?

:kiss: Does this mean yr where Filske is? :p (sorry, I had lots of wine with my dinner :o )

Corey Feldman
04-17-2008, 05:30 PM
:inlove:

mikey..are u sure to live in sco? :p ;)Yes :p
i've been locked in Paisley too long :o

i remember'd their is half a castle in Saltcoats - coz half of it broke/crumbled :lol:

we would climb up on it and take pictures .. and its next to a golf course and caravan area

what a place Saltcoats :inlove: my future home

elessar
04-17-2008, 05:32 PM
Hey Martine, Linda, George and MIkey (my favourite :hearts:)

Betty
04-17-2008, 05:32 PM
Umm. I'm not sure what you mean exactly. Dumbarton is it's own town, but I would count Bothwell as a suburb of Glasgow (probably wrongly :o) I suppose it is a town in its own right.

Newark Castle is in Port Glasgow.

:owhat can i say it:p
if u need a identity card..do u go to Dumbarton or do u go to glasgow?

Betty
04-17-2008, 05:33 PM
Yes :p
i've been locked in Paisley too long :o

i remember'd their is half a castle in Saltcoats - coz half of it broke/crumbled :lol:

we would climb up on it and take pictures .. and its next to a golf course and caravan area

what a place Saltcoats :inlove: my future home

Saltcoats distance to your city??

Betty
04-17-2008, 05:34 PM
:kiss: Does this mean yr where Filske is? :p (sorry, I had lots of wine with my dinner :o )

i need it..wine i mean:haha: aftern all i studied today :haha: by head is exploding