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mysterymermaid

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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #132 on: September 09, 2008, 10:02:30 PM »
I have the attitude that I am who I am O0 and will never try to be anything I am not.
I can not change my roots and would not want to, i'm a brummy and  proud of it ::)

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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #133 on: September 09, 2008, 10:09:59 PM »
welcome mystery to our b/forum ill go with you on that and most on this forum are of the same mind most of us do not try to prove that we are better than any one most have had a hard life being a kid in brum  but its made better folk of us   so you be you and we will all like you for it   Roy
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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #134 on: September 09, 2008, 10:12:05 PM »
I have the attitude that I am who I am O0 and will never try to be anything I am not.
I can not change my roots and would not want to, i'm a brummy and  proud of it ::)

Mysterymermaid

What a nice homily, may I suggest one addition, always be proud of Birmingham even though at times it might be hard.

Phil
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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #135 on: September 09, 2008, 10:17:11 PM »
cdw,

we've got a sort of unofficial loan of a 'Big Red Bus' ( please DO NOT say words like, 'Midland Red, or worse "Routemaster', or someone will suspect - they'd be wrong of course, it just came last Christmas and parked up outside Roy's house with a ribbon round it {that's our story, ok?}).  Well mate, we're about to ''go for a  tun out in the chara" and Roy's organising all aspects as usual - that's all taken care of in his Standing Orders book, so we are always free to have a great time with friends like ''
Mikey from ''down your way'' - he's got a thing about the pole dancer - he can't see why a luscious Lebanese lady does a better dance than a girl from Eastern Europe  
( he won't get new specs you see - he can't (see)).  

We should be off fairly soon so just stand at the stop and the bus'll be along....

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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #136 on: September 09, 2008, 10:19:26 PM »
MM,

Then there's certainly a seat for you on the Big Red Bus, welcome aboard. O0

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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #137 on: September 09, 2008, 10:48:03 PM »
Mysterymermaid...............
                        Thats a hell of a mouthfull, do you mind if you are
refered to as Mystery, now that sounds very romantic, please advise.

ps..I might look like a dog but really I,m a female...

mysterymermaid

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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #138 on: September 09, 2008, 11:05:17 PM »
Mysterymermaid...............
                        Thats a hell of a mouthfull, do you mind if you are
refered to as Mystery, now that sounds very romantic, please advise.

ps..I might look like a dog but really I,m a female...

I dont use any other username that way folks dont get me mixed up with anyone else and its the name of my group of domains, most call me by name June or MM some call me worse lol

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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #139 on: September 10, 2008, 10:09:21 AM »
Mysterymermaid...............
                        Thats a hell of a mouthfull, do you mind if you are
refered to as Mystery, now that sounds very romantic, please advise.

ps..I might look like a dog but really I,m a female...

Jasper

When I was a teenager, and hung around in the City Centre of Birmingham a Mystery was a young girl who blown into town and knew nobody, and had no money. She would also be looking for somewhere to spend the night.

Unless they fell in with the right people, she would often fall into the hands of  unsavoury sorts who prowled the all night cafes and night clubs looking for these unfortunate girls.

Phil
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jasper14

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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #140 on: September 10, 2008, 10:16:53 AM »
Evening Phil,
 had,nt heard that one about the yougsters in Brum, I knew it went on
 down in London especially at Euston..Evidentally some woman would tell
the child that she could put her up, Yup up n good..Daresay it still goes on
but I feel youngsters are more awake these days to in our youth..

mysterymermaid

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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #141 on: September 10, 2008, 10:20:39 AM »
My name come about because in my novice days on radio, I used CB for experience for what I wanted to do,( I am now a radio amatuer) because I was worried about who I was speaking to I quickly become known as mysterylady! I used this at first for forums too but it was not long before I was called mysterymermaid which brings my work into my username! I was bought my first domain as a surprise which was mysterymermaid.co.uk I then bought the.com and all the other domains over the last 5 years.

jasper14

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Re: doe the b/ham accent make us sound thick
« Reply #142 on: September 10, 2008, 10:23:56 AM »


   JOKES.......Chessy will be getting me a bad name, I did,nt mean
for the jokes to go for general viewing, ok tho if you like a laugh
Vote for continuing please or not...........