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Hey, cool avatar, Mark the Shark!
Another one of your earth-breaking novels Josephine! Squigly, my avatar is the film Ratatouille. Have you seen it? It's absoutley incredible!
Oh, and I didn't notice there was a new page. Thanks, Josephine. I didn't see your comment. I didn't know there was a page 5!
OOoh, no worries, Mark the Shark!
I'm chuffed to mintballs that I have finally got round to sharing my findings with regard that hare-raising Stockport legend ... and equally chuffed to Uncle Joe's famous confectionery that it has not disappointed anyone so far, including the epilogue (end bit).
I haven't seen Ratatouille yet - especially as I love cooking and watching chefs do their stuff. It looks truly awesome! I'll get the DVD and watch it at home... and savour every moment, like I do with & !
Great one, Josephine. Do I sense a sequel brewing, perhaps?
Mark, yes I saw Ratatouille. I liked it better than Flushed Away. Now I see that's the Eiffel Tower far off in the distance. But what's in the foreground?
When I venture into Stockport once more, squigly, I'll dig up more dirt (and carrots, cabbage, parsnips, broccoli, sprouts etc.) about the Medieval Were Rabbit of Medieval Stockport.
I see little Ratatouille in the foreground, the River Seine - if he fell into the water, he'd be in-Seine - and more beautiful buildings forming the Paris skyline.
Mark the Shark! Where for art thou?!!?!
Yes, Ratatouille was good however, it was only slightly better than Flushed Away, which was also great. Good old language impersonation, Josephine!
Kind sir, I am much obliged to you!
Josephine, you had me falling off the chair with your little wordplay...in-Seine?!? You truly are (in the good sense of the word).
Hey Mark, now that you've discovered how to change your avatar, I do believe you've changed it about four times in about as many days!
squigly, dear heart! I shall take that as a warm-hearted compliment. My name is Josephine and I am a fruitcake!
Mark the Shark! You certainly believe in variety, don't you????
Yes, I would say I have changed it a very lot Squigly. In fact, I'm just about to change it! Yes, I do believe in variety Josephine.
It is the spice of life!
It sure is!
I have once again changed it: to Morph waving!
i went and met him
Aadman has once striked again with this cool new board game i am putting it on my list!
can you belive i still havent bought one either! probs be a birthday pressie now
The game looks brilliant cant wait to buy it.
Will the game be sold in the United States? I sure would like to get one! I would also like to see Bitzler included in the game pieces.
Great game - just one question on the rules:
When leading sheep home do you have to throw an exact number to land on the 'home' spot or just sufficient to reach the square?
Wow, I wish I lived in london!! That looks like so much fun! I'd play as Gromit or Feathers every time!
Hi gromit7. Welcome to the site!
We had great fun yesterday. I played it with my mother and brother. We used the german translation - There are just little bits to correct. I think it must be a hard job to play it by six persons. Always rustling...
I really want to meet nick park but i cant cause i cant go boohoo
hey anyone is the board game going to be in the U.S?
what about the robot from a grand day out?
Is there any chance of Nick coming to Lincolshire of Yorkshire??
The other two places are quite a bit away from where I live
I dnt no how to add friends??
how much would the game cost and will it be in te shops in
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