Netloafing for Beginners
I don't understand this one. Is it something to do with popular culture?
...it was probably a pesky sales koala from a call centre in India, so don't worry.Sx
This is up to your normal standard.I will leave it to you to decide whether this is a good thing.
Thank you, Scarlet, for making everything clear.
Scarlet: Those pesky marsupials have always got their hand in your pocket.Vicus: It sounds like a very good thing. I'm as "up" about that as the presenters on Live from Studio Five.Dave: Thanks for explaining it to your fiancee.
Signed Rog?It looks like it came from Oz.
Nice one, Kaz. Bonzer!
I'm groaning. All I can do is groan.
O quanta koala sunt illa sabbata*mutual groans with Mme D*
Kaz: I read that yesterday and thought you meant it was poor Oz had done it. I'm a bit slow on the uptake !!!Geoff: You're a bit quicker on the uptake mate! G'day!Madame De F: Underrated pastime, groaning.Christopher: 15th Century references will shoot straight over my head!
I believe it's called a pun - don't suppose you'd know.
What Kaz said. And it's 12th Century, Peter Abelard. I don't know what they teach in seminaries these days.
Kaz: I think i've lost it!Christopher: I went to see him with Eloise once. Gravesend Sea-School cadets were called peanuts. I suspect they were often assaulted.
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