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1.       libralady
5152 posts
 05 Jul 2009 Sun 10:43 pm

Here you are thehandom, your (posts disguised as a) column criticism thread.

 

I really am having trouble with why you are taking the time of writing your posts as a column and then adding your own comments about why you disabled the comments?   And I think we have had the thorny prickly issue of manhood proportions and erectile dysfunction subject before??  Big smile

 

 

Come on thehandsom, you can do better than this Unsure 

 

Feel free folks! 

2.       bydand
751 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 12:53 am

Quite LL. 

I have read thehandsom´s second column on this mysterious missing document and found it more plausible than the first since he seems to have dropped the bogus "Action plan for Sheria" title. There is still some second guessing of the army´s intentions however. I think thehandsom sometimes tends to over egg his posts much to the annoyance of certain individuals. Maybe that is his intention. Big smile



Edited (7/6/2009) by bydand

3.       CANLI
5084 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 05:44 am

So, should we make this sticky or something so when anyone of our columnist feels like disabling the comments and have one saying, people be able to come here and say what they like about that column without having the thread lost among other threads at off the topics ?!

4.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 09:37 am

 

Quoting libralady

  And I think we have had the thorny prickly issue of manhood proportions and erectile dysfunction subject before??  Big smile

 

 

 <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast) <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast) <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast) <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)

5.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 09:46 am

Quote: thehandsom

About the comments being disabled from some of my columns..

Yani..offf..As you know me very well, I am not afraid of any criticism..

I just did not want to see any unnecessary and pointless arguments (or swearings from certain members) under my columns.. 

There is the entire section of forum for people who would like to criticize what I wrote here.

If you really have ´some opinions´, do write there!!

It is really strange for some people to think that I am deliberately trying to block their ideas or trying to supress their freedom of speech!!

I am not..

So get over it..

"Less whinging and less ranting" are always to the good..

 

Your rationale for blocking comments from your column is pathetic and completely inept. 

You say you aren´t afraid of criticism??  Then why block?  Is your ego really so big that you get to determine what is unneccesary and pointless?  Shouldn´t that be for the readers to decide? 

I think that you may be the one who should get over it. 

6.       libralady
5152 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 10:50 am

 

Quoting CANLI

So, should we make this sticky or something so when anyone of our columnist feels like disabling the comments and have one saying, people be able to come here and say what they like about that column without having the thread lost among other threads at off the topics ?!

 

Agree Canli! 

 

 My rationale for starting this thread, as thehandsom mentions we can use the forum to be critical or complimentary, where columnist decide to disable the comments section,  so here is the route to that.

7.       teaschip
3870 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 03:17 pm

It appears there are alot of things shrinking in Turkey, just not the economy based on handsomes post. Shy  I wonder if the enviornment is a contributer to this...or possible effects of tourism going down.Big smile

8.       CANLI
5084 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 08:09 pm

 

Quoting teaschip

It appears there are alot of things shrinking in Turkey, just not the economy based on handsomes post. Shy  I wonder if the enviornment is a contributer to this...or possible effects of tourism going down.Big smile

 

 hee heee, so gg, you see Jan was right all along lol

9.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 08:15 pm

 

Quoting CANLI

 

 

 hee heee, so gg, you see Jan was right all along lol

 

 Nah...I still think jan´s just a whiney little man......just like handsom.....which most likely explains why they hate each other so much!  <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)

10.       CANLI
5084 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 08:24 pm

Quote: thehandsom

About the comments being disabled from some of my columns..

Yani..offf..As you know me very well, I am not afraid of any criticism..

 

Actually handsom, gg said enough that i dont need to add anything !

hmmmm, well maybe will add juuust a little Cool lol

 

Yes, handsom we know you well enough to know that you dont like or accept any criticism lol

Just a tiny whisper....that wasnt courageous lol

Ýf you really think/believe what you said is correct, you wouldnt be afraid of what other people would say about it, dimi ?!

11.       teaschip
3870 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 09:33 pm

 

Quoting CANLI

 

 

 hee heee, so gg, you see Jan was right all along lol

 

 Nobody is right and wrong...and why are you avoiding commenting on the shrinking issue Turkey faces...isn´t that why LL started this threadRoll eyes  so we can discuss columns posted. This is serious Canli!  Shrinking is not a good thing to Turks this could mean Erdogans call for women to have at least seven kids will be at risk.Sad  

12.       lessluv
1052 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 10:27 pm

 

Quoting teaschip

 

 

  This is serious Canli!  Shrinking is not a good thing to Turks this could mean Erdogans call for women to have at least seven kids will be at risk.Sad  

 

 <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'><img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'>

13.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 10:27 pm

I just wonder why handsom isn´t posting in the forums!!! 

14.       CANLI
5084 posts
 06 Jul 2009 Mon 10:57 pm

 

Quoting teaschip

 

 

 Nobody is right and wrong...and why are you avoiding commenting on the shrinking issue Turkey faces...isn´t that why LL started this threadRoll eyes  so we can discuss columns posted. This is serious Canli!  Shrinking is not a good thing to Turks this could mean Erdogans call for women to have at least seven kids will be at risk.Sad  

 

 Why am i avoiding commenting on the shrinking issue  ?

Because i wont comment on back doors !

Ý wasnt allowed to comment on the colomn itself, so i didnt and wont re-read it after he amend it and comment on it else way

When he is brave enough to talk and hear what others have to say, then we can have debates about it...but not a second before that !

Sry, my opinion.

15.       libralady
5152 posts
 07 Jul 2009 Tue 12:07 am

 

Quoting teaschip

 

 

 Nobody is right and wrong...and why are you avoiding commenting on the shrinking issue Turkey faces...isn´t that why LL started this threadRoll eyes  so we can discuss columns posted. This is serious Canli!  Shrinking is not a good thing to Turks this could mean Erdogans call for women to have at least seven kids will be at risk.Sad  

 

 No!  thehandsom threw the gauntlet and I caught it! 

 

Actually you think Turkey faces a shrinking issue?  Ahaha! surely the western women will suffer the most.............Perhaps his next column will critically appraise the serious matter of  how Turkish men should juggle multiple affairs <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> especially with the erectile dysfunction and lack of errmmmmm proportions? Shy

 

Now that would be interesting Satisfied nod



Edited (7/7/2009) by libralady [hehe!]

16.       catwoman
8933 posts
 07 Jul 2009 Tue 12:45 am

If anybody thinks taht the columns are politically biased, and think that columnists shouldn´t be able to disable comments, I welcome you to become a columnist and publish your own subjective opinions about Turkey, and also exercise the right to disable comments.

17.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 07 Jul 2009 Tue 06:43 pm

 

Quoting catwoman

If anybody thinks taht the columns are politically biased, and think that columnists shouldn´t be able to disable comments, I welcome you to become a columnist and publish your own subjective opinions about Turkey, and also exercise the right to disable comments.

 

I think anytime anyone talks about politics or religion, there is bound to be some bias.  It seems ok to me that there is a place where people can write how they feel on this site and not have to worry about being raked over the coals for their thoughts.  If individuals would like to have a discussion about their opinions they can post on the forums.  I would hope that people are intelligent enough to read a column and then make up their own minds without anyone feeling that they have to set the record straight......Just my thoughts! 

18.       libralady
5152 posts
 07 Jul 2009 Tue 08:18 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 

 

I think anytime anyone talks about politics or religion, there is bound to be some bias.  It seems ok to me that there is a place where people can write how they feel on this site and not have to worry about being raked over the coals for their thoughts.  If individuals would like to have a discussion about their opinions they can post on the forums.  I would hope that people are intelligent enough to read a column and then make up their own minds without anyone feeling that they have to set the record straight......Just my thoughts! 

 

 You are right Elisabeth, but just look at the column and it is a few posts and not even original at that (they have been churned over before), so why not write them as posts and not use the columns for that purpose?? Unsure

19.       alameda
3499 posts
 07 Jul 2009 Tue 08:41 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 

 

I think anytime anyone talks about politics or religion, there is bound to be some bias.  It seems ok to me that there is a place where people can write how they feel on this site and not have to worry about being raked over the coals for their thoughts.  If individuals would like to have a discussion about their opinions they can post on the forums.  I would hope that people are intelligent enough to read a column and then make up their own minds without anyone feeling that they have to set the record straight......Just my thoughts! 

 

 

When you write a column it should be a stand alone document. What theH has done is use it to post his ideas under the cover of  "News from Turkey", not his perception of the goings on in Turkey...but "News from Turkey"....when it is in fact theH´s perception of things in Turkey.  News requires some statements be substantiated.....not just someone said such and such....with no supporting documentation.

 

Then he sees fit to change it every few days, erasing the former document.  This is the most bizzar column I´ve seen.  He is using it as his own personal "Bully Pulpit"

20.       teaschip
3870 posts
 07 Jul 2009 Tue 09:01 pm

That´s exactely what columnist do the majority of the time.  They take a piece in the news and elaborate their opinions supported by actual events.  I don´ t see how thehandsom is any different.  It is up to thehandome to select his topics, not you or I.  And it´s up to the reader whether or not they enjoy reading his columns.  So far thehandsome has had more publicity than any other columnist, he would do well at the New York Times...Big smile

21.       alameda
3499 posts
 07 Jul 2009 Tue 09:22 pm

 

Quoting teaschip

That´s exactely what columnist do the majority of the time.  They take a piece in the news and elaborate their opinions supported by actual events.  I don´ t see how thehandsom is any different.  It is up to thehandome to select his topics, not you or I.  And it´s up to the reader whether or not they enjoy reading his columns.  So far thehandsome has had more publicity than any other columnist, he would do well at the New York Times...Big smile

 

 ............and when they do they clearly state WHAT is their opinion and what is fact.....and that is not what theH has done.  Of course he should select his topics......but he doesn´t have the stomach to take any criticism for what he says....IOW...some would call that "chicken".......

 

Yes, he would fit right up there with Judith Miller....ooops she´s not reporting for the New York Times now...seems her credibility has been squandered.

22.       lessluv
1052 posts
 07 Jul 2009 Tue 09:31 pm

Bet he is loving all this attention!!Laugh at

23.       libralady
5152 posts
 07 Jul 2009 Tue 09:41 pm

 

Quoting lessluv

Bet he is loving all this attention!!Laugh at

 

 I´m sure he is Big smile

24.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 11 Jul 2009 Sat 11:14 pm

you are very funny!

always trying to find a solution.

it would be better if he add a note under his column

like--> "comments are on forum"

25.       birdy
245 posts
 11 Jul 2009 Sat 11:25 pm

I am really disappointed I can´t comment under column but I think I can see theh point..subconsciously he exposes himself for criciticism and loves it..just a kind of masochism .otherwise he would not do that..ehh,theh grow up and accept things..the way they are..

26.       libralady
5152 posts
 12 Jul 2009 Sun 10:29 am

 

Quoting birdy

I am really disappointed I can´t comment under column but I think I can see theh point..subconsciously he exposes himself for criciticism and loves it..just a kind of masochism .otherwise he would not do that..ehh,theh grow up and accept things..the way they are..

 

 Agree, except I don´t agree with the subconsciously bit; more deliberate then he becomes the victim.     Writing comment to TC members in the column?? ............ unprofessional.  If you have something to say have the guts to say it in the public forum.

27.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 12 Jul 2009 Sun 01:12 pm

what a cooperation

someone is writing a column on main page.

other one is opening comment page in forum instead of him

28.       lady in red
6947 posts
 14 Jul 2009 Tue 03:43 pm

 

Quoting libralady

 

 

 Agree, except I don´t agree with the subconsciously bit; more deliberate then he becomes the victim.     Writing comment to TC members in the column?? ............ unprofessional.  If you have something to say have the guts to say it in the public forum.

 

Did we make a rule against it?   It was a generalised comment mentioning no names (not that he needed to) - and who says that mentioning names in a ´column´ is ´unprofessional´ anyway?   Professional newspaper columnists do it all the time - both directly and indirectly.

 

If there was a part of thehandsom´s latest column I would criticise it´s the joke - I´m afraid Turkish humour still eludes me!  I think he should appoint lessluv sub-editor for the jokes Roll eyes

 



Edited (7/14/2009) by lady in red [not a complaint - a criticism!]

29.       teaschip
3870 posts
 14 Jul 2009 Tue 07:54 pm

I always look forward to the thehandsomes columns..<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)

30.       lessluv
1052 posts
 14 Jul 2009 Tue 11:34 pm

 

Quoting lady in red

 

 

 

If there was a part of thehandsom´s latest column I would criticise it´s the joke - I´m afraid Turkish humour still eludes me!  I think he should appoint lessluv sub-editor for the jokes Roll eyes

 

 

 I didn´t like to admit I didn´t get it (Shy) I can only imagine that it was really funny at the time.....but got lost in translation.......

 

Fee for editing jovial writings........hmmm PricelessRazz

 

31.       bydand
751 posts
 15 Jul 2009 Wed 12:09 am

 

Quoting lady in red

 

 

 

If there was a part of thehandsom´s latest column I would criticise it´s the joke - I´m afraid Turkish humour still eludes me!  I think he should appoint lessluv sub-editor for the jokes Roll eyes

 

 

I too am sometimes confused by thehandsom´s sense of humour. Sometimes difficult to tell when he is being serious. Unsure 

32.       lady in red
6947 posts
 15 Jul 2009 Wed 01:23 am

 

Quoting bydand

 

 

I too am sometimes confused by thehandsom´s sense of humour. Sometimes difficult to tell when he is being serious. Unsure 

 

 I said I didn´t find the joke funny not that I didn´t understand thehandsom´s sense of humour

33.       bydand
751 posts
 15 Jul 2009 Wed 12:09 pm

 

Quoting lady in red

 

 

 I said I didn´t find the joke funny not that I didn´t understand thehandsom´s sense of humour

 

 I did find the joke funny. I quite like the anecdotal style of the Nasreddin jokes. Big smile  What I meant was that I find some of thehandsom´s articles comical particularly the one about the "missing document" that may or may not have existed. <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'>  We all know thehandsom´s dogmatic style and can make allowances. Big smile

34.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 15 Jul 2009 Wed 02:49 pm

 

Quoting bydand

 

 

 I did find the joke funny. I quite like the anecdotal style of the Nasreddin jokes. Big smile  What I meant was that I find some of thehandsom´s articles comical particularly the one about the "missing document" that may or may not have existed. <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'>  We all know thehandsom´s dogmatic style and can make allowances. Big smile

 

+1

It s good to see logical members

 

35.       catwoman
8933 posts
 16 Jul 2009 Thu 01:34 am

This thread is one big good joke!

<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'><img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'><img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> Satisfied nod

 

Oh, and the joke in the last column was terrible, but I´m suspecting it had a deeper meaning.. Satisfied nod



Edited (7/16/2009) by catwoman

36.       admin
752 posts
 16 Jul 2009 Thu 06:44 am

 

Quoting catwoman

Oh, and the joke in the last column was terrible, but I´m suspecting it had a deeper meaning.. Satisfied nod

 

Tamerlane is the emperor, and he is asking Hodja an indirect question about his worth. Hodja doesn´t risk directly insulting the emperor, so he responds in an indirect and witty way saying that he is a worthless person sans his belongings.

 

It won´t bring out tears from laughter but I think it is an interesting/funny/smart anectode. 

37.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 16 Jul 2009 Thu 09:29 am

Dear Admin,

Explain these too


Once upon a time the Hodja was a judge and one day a man came to him.
“Your cow has killed mine!”, he cried.
The Hodja shouted:
“You silly fellow, how can the cow know that it is a crime to kill another cow. Case dismissed!”
“Oh sorry”, said the man. “I said it wrong. My cow has killed yours.”
“Then, this is another problem”, said the Hodja. “We´ll open the black book and see what it says.”

One day, people said to the Hodja:
“Your wife walks from house to house, tell her she mustn´t walk so much,”. “Alright”, said the Hodja. “If she comes to our house, I´ll tell her.”

38.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 16 Jul 2009 Thu 09:34 am

One day, the Hodja went to another village. Nobody offered him something to eat, instead they asked him:
"Hodja, why do people yawn?”
“There are two reasons: One of them is tiredness, the other is hunger.”
After yawning for a while he finished up his words:
“I´m not tired!”

39.       teaschip
3870 posts
 16 Jul 2009 Thu 08:04 pm

Sounds like if the Hodja was smart he wouldn´t have traveled to a different village and order the man with the dead cow to split the meat.  Hodja wouldn´t have been starved then, maybe alittle sleepy.<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)

40.       catwoman
8933 posts
 20 Jul 2009 Mon 04:18 am

The new joke is just as confusing as the old one! <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> What do you guys think the punchline is this time..??? Confused

41.       vineyards
1954 posts
 20 Jul 2009 Mon 11:17 am

Many of Hodja´s jokes are about the daily life in the 15th century Akþehir a town in central Anatolia. In Hodja´s time, Anatolia was under the invasion of the Timurid Empire led by Tamerlane (The Limpy)  who was of  Turko-Mongolian ancestry. Tamerlane is recognized as one of the mightiest emperors in history. He put an end to the expansion of the Ottoman Empire capturing Sultan Yildirim Bayezid who had himself been at the height of his achievements. As a result of Tamerlane´s invasion of Anatolia, the Ottoman Empire would go through a period marked by the lack of central authority that gave way to the formation of landlords each controlling a part of the Anatolian territory.

 

Tamerlane had many elephants in his army. Since elephants consume big amounts of food, they were a big liability for the army. He had ordered the animals to be distributed to villages and towns to be fed by the locals. One of the elephants had been sent to Hodja´s village. The appetite of the animal appalled the villagers who could barely feed themselves.  When the problem became intolerable, they gathered together to see Hodja asking them to find a solution to the problem.

 

- Hodja, you know about the problems we are having with this elephant. It is eating up all our harvest.

- Sure I do.

- You are the most educated person in the village who surely knows how to speak eloquently. You can tell Tamerlane about our big complaint and ask him to take away this damn elephant.

-Sure I can but you should come with me too. Don´t expect me to confront him on my own. When he asks whether you really want it to be taken away, you must be there to back me.

Everyone agrees, so they hit the road. On the way to Tamerlane´s palace Hodja turns back and sees that most of the volunteers had departed in fear of their lives. The more they go, the more of them leave and since the word of their visit had gone to Tamerlane there would be no cancelling. In the end, an angry Hodja enters the palace of Temurlane alone. Tamerlane asks:

 

- Hodja, you´ve come to see me about the elephant. Is there a problem? Is the animal sick or dead? You know this would no go unpunished.

"On the contrary sire!" says Hodja. In fact, we feel so honored by this gift of yours that  I have just come to ask for another one. 



Edited (7/20/2009) by vineyards
Edited (7/22/2009) by vineyards

42.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 20 Jul 2009 Mon 11:46 am

 

Quoting catwoman

The new joke is just as confusing as the old one! <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> What do you guys think the punchline is this time..??? Confused

 

 maybe it s not easy for you to understand such a joke. it will take time for you to understand one night u will wake up suddenly and laugh

43.       lessluv
1052 posts
 20 Jul 2009 Mon 12:01 pm

 

Quoting catwoman

The new joke is just as confusing as the old one! <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> What do you guys think the punchline is this time..??? Confused

 

 Well I guess I will just have to hand my sapik crown over now!!<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)

44.       catwoman
8933 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 01:38 am

 

Quoting lessluv

 

 

 Well I guess I will just have to hand my sapik crown over now!!<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)

 

What do you mean? What the hell! Is there anybody who gets even close to you in sapikness? Laugh at

45.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 01:42 am

 

Quoting catwoman

 

 

What do you mean? What the hell! Is there anybody who gets even close to you in sapikness? Laugh at

 

 only sapikness part of her brain works I think

46.       lessluv
1052 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 04:27 am

 

Quoting catwoman

 

 

What do you mean? What the hell! Is there anybody who gets even close to you in sapikness? Laugh at

 

 I resent that statement.I will get you.......I haven´t been sapik in ages... well not publicly anyway

 

(well not since teaschip´s semi naked mowing incident)



Edited (7/21/2009) by lessluv

47.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 08:19 pm

new column about analistik sex is really interesting. but we want pictures

48.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 08:26 pm

 

Quoting TheJanissary

new column about analistik sex is really interesting. but we want pictures

 

 Well now this comment is really quite revealing isn´t it!

49.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 08:36 pm

 

Quoting girleegirl

 

 

 Well now this comment is really quite revealing isn´t it!

 

 what?

50.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 09:27 pm

 

Quoting TheJanissary

 

 

 what?

 

 It´s ANIMALISTIC not analistik!!! Laugh at

51.       lady in red
6947 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 09:33 pm

 

Quoting girleegirl

 

 

 It´s ANIMALISTIC not analistik!!! Laugh at

 

Such a good example of a Freudian slip!  Laugh at

52.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 09:37 pm

 

Quoting lady in red

 

 

Such a good example of a Freudian slip!  Laugh at

 

 And he wants to see PICTURES!!!!  <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)

53.       Elisabeth
5732 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 09:39 pm

 

Quoting girleegirl

 

 

 It´s ANIMALISTIC not analistik!!! Laugh at

 

 LMAO!<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)  Maybe he really meant analistik?!

54.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 09:41 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 

 

 LMAO!<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)  Maybe he really meant analistik?!

 

 I did have to read the column twice to make sure that I didn´t get it wrong...you never know with handsom!!!  <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)

55.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 09:45 pm

 

Quoting lady in red

 

 

Such a good example of a Freudian slip!  Laugh at

 

hahahhahahhahahhahahahahhaha

56.       lessluv
1052 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 11:10 pm

 

Quoting lady in red

 

 

Such a good example of a Freudian slip!  Laugh at

 

 yes ha ha... true colours come out now ha ha

57.       TheJanissary
384 posts
 21 Jul 2009 Tue 11:50 pm

 

Quoting Elisabeth

 

 

 LMAO!<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)<img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'> (fast)  Maybe he really meant analistik?!

 

Columnists must give references in their colums webpages, links, books hehehe

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