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Whoever it is posts here in the Trophies as Isaskar(?) - specialising in Oaths of Allegiance involving humble merkins and fey twiglets.
_________________ I will heed the advice of a polite horse for it is written that more flies are caught with honey than vinegar... although assault carbines and monstrous wolves are still fun.
"I aim to misbehave."
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packman Aye Spel Betterrer
Joined: 15 Dec 2007
Location: In his own little world but it's ok, they know him there.
Sat May 24, 2008 11:33 am
my hint was taken. we wrote
Dear Sir Rigor.
Why yes I have had the pleasure of eating at club 419 off of baeter ave quite alot.I was so sad to hear that Mr Shiver had retired, but it was left in the very capable hands of Ro Vare,
Yes I come from a long line of NH Snotlockers. it is a combination of scottish and norweigen. Im a 5th genartion floss grower here and pres. of the International Brotherhood of Floss Growers and Processors (IBFGP) and CEO,CFO of Snotlocker Ind.LLC. The largest processors of industral grade Floss.
Wishing you well, Mike.
--- On Sat, 5/24/08, Sir Rigor Mortis, CBE <email@example.com> wrote:
From: Sir Rigor Mortis, CBE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Temporary Oath of Allegiance
Date: Saturday, May 24, 2008, 5:19 AM
Dear Mr. Mike Snotlocker,
Thank you for your recent email.
What an exotic family name you have.
Similar names can be found in the United
States, especially in states like NH and VA.
What is the etymology of your name?
I can remember a famous quote:
" ... he must have lost the combination to his
snotlocker because he is trying to pick it".
Please tell me, have you ever eaten in a famous
restaurant, the 419 - and enjoyed the company
of the well-known waiter Shiver there.
Maybe I have mistaken about you - maybe we
even are on the same side of the table, so to speak?
Sir Rigor Mortis, CBE
Regis Court Chamberlain
The Court of St James
London FU2 GIT
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