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Old 04-07-2004, 08:51 PM   #21
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Sijuki i hear you about distractions!!!



WELCOME to the family blade!!!!!!!!

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Old 04-08-2004, 04:45 AM   #22
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Damn, wish I'd have got that pm earlier now, cos I missed it. Then....I would know what the hell you two are babbling on about! ha ha.

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Ah-HA! So THAT's what Roz was going on about last night in the chat room. He kept calling you Farc, Joanie, and wouldn't explain to me why. Punch drunk from too many hours at the keyboard and too little sleep, I'm guessing.

Anyway, my little Ninja-Joanie: Out with it! Let's hear the name of your secret lover...(although I have a guess or two)

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Old 04-08-2004, 09:49 AM   #25
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LOL!. This thread is beyond funny.

Anyway, this is April and i'm startint to plan a trip to Europe but to the cheaper and more interesting/exciting Country. September/October. I heard Prague is still affordable, or maybe the countryside of Spain/Portugal in someones house(renting a room)..I've been to both but stayed in bigger cities, Barcelona and Porto/Lisbon.. Any suggestions?

BTw, thanks again for the warm and entertaining welcome!!
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LOL!. This thread is beyond funny.*

Anyway, this is April and i'm startint to plan a trip to Europe but to the cheaper and more interesting/exciting Country. September/October. I heard Prague is still affordable, or maybe the countryside of Spain/Portugal in someones house(renting a room)..I've been to both but stayed in bigger cities, Barcelona and Porto/Lisbon.. Any suggestions?

BTw, thanks again for the warm and entertaining welcome!!
ur welcome blade, u'll ppl like us in most door ways, but here we can cogerate in virtual warmth, drinking virtual ethonal

mike i did explain, u just convinced urself i was to tired to make sense , sorry for my sudden dissaperance, family members walking around the house out 3:40 am, psychoes

any way I KNOW THE SECRET!!

i mean i DON'T know the secret
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ok, whos the one that knows how to do stuff on these boards...

My Suggestion: Someone set up a vote poll with a few names on it that could be this mysterious secrect lover of our very own joanofarc... See if we can nut it out.

If its one thing im no good at, is keeping my curiosity at bay...

Sooo. Hop to it (ha, hop... in the spirit of easter and all)
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I heard Prague is still affordable, or maybe the countryside of Spain/Portugal in someones house(renting a room)..I've been to both but stayed in bigger cities, Barcelona and Porto/Lisbon.. Any suggestions?
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Well, just getting back from Barcelona, I can tell you lodging is pretty expensive there...in what I call the "Venice range." Portugal should be a bit cheaper, and Prague definitely will be. All three are wonderful destinations, so go with what you think you'll enjoy the most.

In Sept/Oct, the Iberian choices will be warmer...

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