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Post by Jody Barsch* » Nov 23rd 2004, 2:37 am

HAPPY BIRTHDAY STARBUG! HOPE THE SCHOOL YEAR IS GOING WELL FOR YOU! :bday: ENJOY YOUR DAY! :new-bday:
Kickstart The Riches movie!

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Post by starbug » Nov 23rd 2004, 6:29 am

Thanks guys! I'm having a good day so far: doughnuts at work, presents last night, drinks tonight, dinner thursday...

Mr. S took me to see Jerry Springer The Opera on saturday - and I have to say, if you EVER have the chance to see this, go. It really is the most fantastic show I have ever seen. You have to suspend your 'offended by crude language' genes but it is worth every moment. If you can manage getting your head round operatic choruses of 'crack whore' and worse, it's a very very clever parody of Jerry Springer the show. :twisted: :twisted:

I am of course also having the 'blimey, 27. what have I achieved?' moments but they are fleeting... :D 8)

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Post by Nothingman » Nov 23rd 2004, 11:42 am

Happy Birthday Starbug, hope it's a great one.

:smilecolros: :new-bday:
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Post by schris » Nov 23rd 2004, 12:35 pm

Hope you have a great day Starbug! :bday:

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Post by wicked » Nov 23rd 2004, 1:07 pm

HEY HAppy birthday StarBUG!!!


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Post by lance » Nov 23rd 2004, 8:58 pm

:new-bday: Starbug!

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Post by grim4746 » Nov 24th 2004, 1:33 am

Happy belated birthday Starbug! I hope you enjoyed it. :bday: :smilecolros: :bday:

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Post by Nostradamus » Nov 24th 2004, 5:57 pm

Happy Birthday, Starbug.

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Post by starbug » Nov 24th 2004, 6:04 pm

Hah! I love it, wicked!

Thanks for all the birthday wishes... I had a fabulous day, which ended with me stumbling home in a sorry drunken state. I really didn't have that much to drink but since I've cut down so much due to studying, I've become a real lightweight :oops: It's a good thing, I think. But it's very embarrassing when one tries to drink what would have usually been a relatively easy nights-worth, and it results in a near-vomit experience. I was so convinced I was past all that! :shock:

Only thing is, no DVDs to add to my collection this year :( I'll have to get the hinting tactics refined for christmas!

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Post by lance » Dec 2nd 2004, 11:14 pm

starbug wrote:
Only thing is, no DVDs to add to my collection this year :( I'll have to get the hinting tactics refined for christmas!
Awww,

I find printed lists placed on chairs seems to help in that regard.

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Post by SanDeE* » Dec 3rd 2004, 12:19 am

When I was little I used to get a little birthday party with the family after Thanksgiving dinner, because my birthday is only two weeks later. Once in a while I would get presents for my birthday on Christmas, which I hated, but that hasn't happened in a long time.

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Post by starbug » Dec 3rd 2004, 5:24 am

lance wrote:
starbug wrote:
Only thing is, no DVDs to add to my collection this year :( I'll have to get the hinting tactics refined for christmas!
Awww,

I find printed lists placed on chairs seems to help in that regard.

-LanceMan
Yeah, the open magazine with the corner turned down is the trick I'd used - too subtle for Mr. S though. Lists.....yeah. or maybe a message scrawled in black marker pen across one of his work shirts :twisted:
get me the lotr rotk DVD extended edition

I do have reason to believe that I may be getting an ipod mini this year though.... he starts hyperventilating at the mention of them.

Basically, I'm spoiled already and I have nothing to complain about at all. 8)

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Post by SanDeE* » Dec 3rd 2004, 10:02 am

starbug wrote:I do have reason to believe that I may be getting an ipod mini this year though.... he starts hyperventilating at the mention of them.
You mean all men don't usually start hyperventilating at the mention of iPods??? :wink: Just kidding. My boyfriend would love one, but I don't have $400. Be careful --- I hear they are rather fragile for being a portable device! But wow, that would still be an awesome gift.
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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Dec 3rd 2004, 4:01 pm

lance wrote:I find printed lists placed on chairs seems to help in that regard.
starbug wrote:Yeah, the open magazine with the corner turned down is the trick I'd used - too subtle for Mr. S though. Lists.....yeah. or maybe a message scrawled in black marker pen across one of his work shirts
Hee, these are all good tricks! I once cut out a picture of something I wanted and taped it to my boyfriend's cup. It worked!
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Post by fnordboy » Dec 3rd 2004, 6:36 pm

Doesn't work for everyone though. :lol:

You tried do that to me and I wouldn't buy it on principle :lol:

I am just that much of a heartless bastard. :P

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