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Zamboni
Apr 9th, 2011, 10:06 PM
Gaspa:hug:
But you did have a pretty good season, right? So next can only be better:cool:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 10th, 2011, 07:47 AM
i hope so...overall the season has been great considering where i started and where i am at the moment, but as usual there's always something we regret even though it's been an amazing season, i cracked world top 1000, i'm one of the best 50 skiers in italy in both slalom and downhill, so it's a great achivement but i'm a little sorry because i couldn't make it to the top 20 in the slalom of the italian championships and i couldn't confirm my best points in slalom throughout the season (if you compare it to tennis it's like i made the SF in a 100k and then i couldn't go any further than a QF in a 25k and a couple of wins in 10k)

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 05:46 AM
That should be quite amusing! Oh, btw, I'm might send you the first attempt at Dutch rhyme (by pm ofc, no need to embarrass myself publicly), finished CD1 and I now know about 50 words and 3 verbs! LOL :-))))

Wow you're rhyming in Dutch now! You really are ber talented. :oh:

chmath
Apr 11th, 2011, 12:20 PM
Wow you're rhyming in Dutch now! You really are ber talented. :oh:

Afternoon Karla :hug:!

Actually, you can ask Linda about the poem. Pretty sure I managed to make a complete fool of myself (again) :lol: Hope you are well, sending you a huge :smooch:

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 12:36 PM
:lol:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 11th, 2011, 12:43 PM
love is in the air :inlove: :lol:

chmath
Apr 11th, 2011, 12:58 PM
love is in the air :inlove: :lol:

Yeah right! :lol: To give it to you in skiing terms bro, you're a top athlete zig-zagging down that mountain and I'm the guy from Dumb & Dumber whose ass is rolling down the hill...

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 01:46 PM
Dumb & Dumber is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. :spit: But then again I was like 10 when I watched it so everything back then seems funnier that it really was. :o

chmath
Apr 11th, 2011, 02:30 PM
Dumb & Dumber is one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. :spit: But then again I was like 10 when I watched it so everything back then seems funnier that it really was. :o

Totally agree. It's still an epic though. The scene where they are on the bike/scooter traveling up to Aspen, surrounded by sophisticated skiers is the one I had in mind when I wrote the comment :lol:

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 02:35 PM
Yeah. :lol: I always remember the scene when they we're getting pampered in the salon and they have the longest toenails ever. :happy:

chmath
Apr 11th, 2011, 02:45 PM
Yeah. :lol: I always remember the scene when they we're getting pampered in the salon and they have the longest toenails ever. :happy:

:lol: In their vain attempt to look classy....:help:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 11th, 2011, 04:59 PM
never seen this movie :awww:

Zamboni
Apr 11th, 2011, 05:23 PM
I never liked Dumb&Dumber that much, but I looooved Dude where's my car? :rolls: :worship:
That one is so hilarious :D :spit: Zoltan!

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 05:33 PM
:lol: In their vain attempt to look classy....:help:

I know right. Jim Carrey is like my comic idol growing up. Have you seen Bruce Almighty? That movie when he became God. :rolls:


@Gaspa, you are probably too young to have seen the movie when it came out. :lol:

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 05:39 PM
I never liked Dumb&Dumber that much, but I looooved Dude where's my car? :rolls: :worship:
That one is so hilarious :D :spit: Zoltan!

Dude? *Looks at friend's "Dude" tattoo.* Dude? (Repeat 5x). :hysteric: :happy:

Just the trailer made me LOL LOL. And it's one of the few movies that I still remember the trailer after all these years. :rolls:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 11th, 2011, 05:40 PM
i know it, they always show it on italian tv...but i never had the chance to watch it :p

Zamboni
Apr 11th, 2011, 05:41 PM
Dude? *Looks at friend's "Dude" tattoo.* Dude? (Repeat 5x). :hysteric: :happy:

Just the trailer made me LOL LOL. And it's one of the few movies that I still remember the trailer after all these years. :rolls:
Dude. What. Dude. What. :rolls:
The scene where they want to escape from Zoltans gang and the one guy shows what the other guy has to do and he could just as well have done that himself:rolls:

I still don't remember what had happened to the car though:spit:

chmath
Apr 11th, 2011, 05:42 PM
Dude? *Looks at friend's "Dude" tattoo.* Dude? (Repeat 5x). :hysteric: :happy:

Just the trailer made me LOL LOL. And it's one of the few movies that I still remember the trailer after all these years. :rolls:

That was an epic line...:lol:

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 05:45 PM
i know it, they always show it on italian tv...but i never had the chance to watch it :p

You should try to watch it. But I don't know if it would be as funny to watch as a grown-up. :lol:

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 05:52 PM
Dude. What. Dude. What. :rolls:
The scene where they want to escape from Zoltans gang and the one guy shows what the other guy has to do and he could just as well have done that himself:rolls:

I still don't remember what had happened to the car though:spit:

Dude? What does my tattoo says? Awesome! What does my tattoo says? Dude. :happy:
Yes so dumb but sooo funny. :hysteric:

I think the group who's into aliens stole it. :haha:


That was an epic line...:lol:

Epic indeed. :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 11th, 2011, 06:14 PM
Did they?:unsure:
I really don't remember the end of the movie:lol: *lets wiki it*


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dude,_Where%27s_My_Car%3F
ok now I know why I didn't remember that:lol: too complicated:p

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 06:16 PM
I asked my brother. :lol:

Yeah tell us what you find out. :haha:

Zamboni
Apr 11th, 2011, 06:21 PM
^edited the post ;)

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 06:24 PM
OMG that plot. It has enough twist and turns to rival a WTA match between two headcases. :hysteric:

LOL at the Critical Reception. So many elaborate ways to say how much you hate a movie. :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 11th, 2011, 06:27 PM
That must be why we love the movie so much:lol:

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 06:38 PM
Yes. :lol:
Speaking of plot twist and turns, I'm almost finished with the Millennium Trilogy. :cheer:

Zamboni
Apr 11th, 2011, 06:39 PM
Oh great :)
Did you like it?

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 06:49 PM
It's certainly different from all the suspense/thriller novels that I've read (and I've read a lot of those) but I love it. :D Salander is such a complex character and her intelligence is amazing. :bowdown:

BTW, I'm curious what's your fave book in the series? Just don't tell me the ending of the 3rd. I still haven't gotten to that yet. :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 11th, 2011, 06:54 PM
My fave is the first.
I can't see the 2nd and 3rd separately, they are one story for me. I do love these too, but it seems so farfetched :o
But they are all good. The only storyline I don't like is the one about Erika Berger at SMP. IMO it doesn't add anything to the story at all.

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 07:16 PM
Me too. I asked you because I was afraid you'd say the second and I wanted to say the second kind of got tedious in the first several chapters. :tape: :lol: I do love the series because of Zalander. When it comes to series I usually end up liking it because of the characters. The plot just becomes secondary. I have to admit Blomkvist is just ok for me. :o

True about the second and third being one book. The gangster/spy thing was a little huh? for me. And Niedermman reminded me of that villain in the James Bond movie. :lol:

Berger and SMP. The book is already thick enough I don't know why it needs a useless filler side plot. :p

Have you seen the movies?

Zamboni
Apr 11th, 2011, 07:21 PM
I don't usually read series. Salander is intriguing for sure, but I liked her more when she wasn't compromising (ie book 1 and 2). In book 3 she changed a bit.
Blomkvist is alright. The whole books are full of intriguing characters.

I have seen the movies, and they are actually pretty good. They managed to capture all of the most important scenes, which are a lot ;)

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 07:37 PM
Well series are for bookworms (like me) anyways. :o :lol: Hmmm, I think I've already read a bit about Salander compromising.
Yeah intriguing characters and intriguing relationships. :hehehe:

I've seen the first movie but I find it a little weird to watch them speaking in Swedish. :lol:

BTW, if you like uncompromising characters, you should read The Fountainhead. ;)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 11th, 2011, 07:39 PM
if you like thrillers i would love to suggest you the "alexandria link" by steve berry :inlove: i loved this book so much


and usually i read a lot of series because i love fantasy books lol

Zamboni
Apr 11th, 2011, 07:39 PM
She's compromising all the way through the 3rd book;)
Lol, yes. Blomkvist is a male slut :p

It is indeed:lol: I sometimes got distracted in trying to recognise some of the language ;)

Another sth to add to my list then ;)

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 07:47 PM
if you like thrillers i would love to suggest you the "alexandria link" by steve berry :inlove: i loved this book so much


and usually i read a lot of series because i love fantasy books lol

How many books are there in the series?

I've become kind of a fantasy series fan the past two years. Have you read the Sword of Truth series?

peanuts
Apr 11th, 2011, 07:59 PM
She's compromising all the way through the 3rd book;)
Lol, yes. Blomkvist is a male slut :p

It is indeed:lol: I sometimes got distracted in trying to recognise some of the language ;)

Another sth to add to my list then ;)

Well Salander is not exactly as pure as driven snow either. :angel: But still LOL at Blomkvist. Didn't even pass up on Harriet. Kinda disappointed at the guy they had in the movies. I was expecting more. :p

Oh Swedish has some Dutch?

Let me know what you think of it if you do get around to reading it. I usually don't recommend it to most people. It's a bit too much especially for those who doesn't care much about ideals and philosophy. Which is you know most people. ;)

Zamboni
Apr 11th, 2011, 08:19 PM
Lol yeah that guy wasn't much ;)

It has some similarities, yeah.

Ok, I'll write it down somewhere.
Kuilli also had a booktip for me. About a little girl named Flavia, who's solving murders;)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 11th, 2011, 10:19 PM
How many books are there in the series?

I've become kind of a fantasy series fan the past two years. Have you read the Sword of Truth series?

you mean the title i suggested you? it's just one book...not a seires ;)

not sure about it, i think i've never read it :unsure:
there's an italian writes who's amazing, she's called Licia Troisi and her books are quite famous allover europe, shame that these aren't avaible in english :tape:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:04 AM
you mean the title i suggested you? it's just one book...not a seires ;)

not sure about it, i think i've never read it :unsure:
there's an italian writes who's amazing, she's called Licia Troisi and her books are quite famous allover europe, shame that these aren't avaible in english :tape:

Yep. I checked it and it's the second book that features the main character, Cotton Malone. It sounds interesting and the main character is a bookseller. :D I like characters who are into books. I've read a book like that The Bookman's Wake where the lead is an ex-cop turned book dealer. I learned some nerd stuff about collecting first edition books. :lol:

That's too bad. :[ Maybe it'll get translated someday just like the Millennium Trilogy. It took a while but it happened. ;)

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:17 AM
Lol yeah that guy wasn't much ;)

It has some similarities, yeah.

Ok, I'll write it down somewhere.
Kuilli also had a booktip for me. About a little girl named Flavia, who's solving murders;)

A Flavia solving murders. :lol: That Flavia must have a better attention span than the tennis-playing one. :p What's the title of the book? Is it a series?

BTW, what's that book again that you mentioned a while back about Italy?

Zamboni
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:20 AM
A Flavia solving murders. :lol: That Flavia must have a better attention span than the tennis-playing one. :p What's the title of the book? Is it a series?

BTW, what's that book again that you mentioned a while back about Italy?
And she's only 11:lol:
There are 3 books now, I forgot the titles though. You should ask Kuilli ;)

The solitude of prime numbers?

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:39 AM
And she's only 11:lol:
There are 3 books now, I forgot the titles though. You should ask Kuilli ;)

The solitude of prime numbers?

C'mon we all know Flavia's attention span is an equivalent of an 8yr old. :p And I didn't realized you mean the 'little girl' literally. :lol:
Ok I'll drop by in Come in here and ask her. ;)

Yep that book. I should write it down. I can be as forgetful as Flavia. :o

And you are up early. :eek: Isn't it like around 6 in there? :unsure: I think it's a crime to wake up that early. :lol:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:44 AM
http://health.yahoo.net/experts/menshealth/most-dangerous-thing-youll-do-all-day

OMG. My job requires me to sit in front of a computer all day. :hysteric: Goodbye cruel world. :sobbing:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 12th, 2011, 10:28 AM
it was 7.20 am :secret:

anw the solitude of prime number is an amazing book :hearts:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 10:31 AM
me and Karla are the only addicted with betting?:p

Fantasy Hero
Apr 12th, 2011, 10:38 AM
yes :shrug: i don't bet cuz i'm sure to lose money :shrug: the only time i told my dad to bet was on Dementieva at olympics and she won, but dad didn't bet :o

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:07 PM
it was 7.20 am :secret:

anw the solitude of prime number is an amazing book :hearts:

Oh sorry. :oh: Still very early for me. :p I'm not a morning person. Waking up earlier than 8am is a huge effort for me. :lol:

Yeah it seems so. I've been reading the reviews in Amazon. I'm tempted to buy it already. :lol: This one is particularly interesting: Giordano uses Mattia and Alice's trajectory to ask whether there are some people—the prime numbers among us—who are destined to be alone, or whether two primes can come together.


me and Karla are the only addicted with betting?:p

It looks like it. :oh: I still haven't gotten over that loss on JJ and Peng. :facepalm: And I only bet $1. :haha: How's your luck so far this week? ;)

chmath
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:29 PM
me and Karla are the only addicted with betting?:p

I wouldn't say I'm addicted, but Fran you can count me in too!:lol:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:35 PM
It looks like it. :oh: I still haven't gotten over that loss on JJ and Peng. :facepalm: And I only bet $1. :haha: How's your luck so far this week? ;)

really bad :mad:
last week started so well :sad:


I wouldn't say I'm addicted, but Fran you can count me in too!:lol:

:cheer:
btw which players do you like?:p don't tell me just Flavia :oh:

chmath
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:41 PM
really bad :mad:
last week started so well :sad:




:cheer:
btw which players do you like?:p don't tell me just Flavia :oh:

Like: Daniilidou, Ivanovic, Jankovic, Pennetta, Errani (as of last week :lol:), Kuznetsova, Na Li, Peng, and sometimes, if she's not screaming, Sharapova and finally... Wickmayer :eek:. Used to love Dementieva too.

Dislike: Caro, Vika (can't STAND the noise level, otherwise it's ok, but I hate having to watch on mute), Bartoli, Serena, Schiavone, Kvitova.

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:42 PM
I wouldn't say I'm addicted, but Fran you can count me in too!:lol:

Chris :hi5: I bet for fun as well. :D

really bad :mad:
last week started so well :sad:


:cheer:
btw which players do you like?:p don't tell me just Flavia :oh:

:spit: Yeah, Chris tell us, who else do you like? Better be careful not to say the current no.1. Fran totally adores her. And yes I'm being deeply sarcastic on that one. :p :angel:

I'm no expert but aside from their top players, ATP matches are more unpredictable than WTA. :help: That's why I'm not too crazy about betting this week. I might wait until Djoko the money machine plays his matches. :oh:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:45 PM
Like: Daniilidou, Ivanovic, Jankovic, Pennetta, Errani (as of last week :lol:), Kuznetsova, Na Li, Peng, and sometimes, if she's not screaming, Sharapova and finally... Wickmayer :eek:. Used to love Dementieva too.

Dislike: Caro, Vika (can't STAND the noise level, otherwise it's ok, but I hate having to watch on mute), Bartoli, Serena, Schiavone, Kvitova.

You and Fran. :lol: OMG I can't believe you like Wickmayer. :tape:

chmath
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:47 PM
Chris :hi5: I bet for fun as well. :D



:spit: Yeah, Chris tell us, who else do you like? Better be careful not to say the current no.1. Fran totally adores her. And yes I'm being deeply sarcastic on that one. :p :angel:

I'm no expert but aside from their top players, ATP matches are more unpredictable than WTA. :help: That's why I'm not too crazy about betting this week. I might wait until Djoko the money machine plays his matches. :oh:

Hey beautiful :kiss:

Actually, we must have posted at exactly the same time, read above your latest post! I find betting on the WTA better value, although I had Djoko to win the Auzzie and have gone with him ever since, he's pretty much paid for a good summer holiday, provided I don't give it all back over the clay season :fiery:

chmath
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:49 PM
You and Fran. :lol: OMG I can't believe you like Wickmayer. :tape:

:lol: Think of it as a fetish of sorts :lick:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:51 PM
Like: Daniilidou, Ivanovic, Jankovic, Pennetta, Errani (as of last week :lol:), Kuznetsova, Na Li, Peng, and sometimes, if she's not screaming, Sharapova and finally... Wickmayer :eek:. Used to love Dementieva too.

Dislike: Caro, Vika (can't STAND the noise level, otherwise it's ok, but I hate having to watch on mute), Bartoli, Serena, Schiavone, Kvitova.

just for put Caro I LOVE YOU :hearts::hearts::hearts:
but your love for the serbs and the hate for the goddess Fransexa are not acceptable :sad:
did you put Bartoli because of that pic?:spit:
oh i was forgetting Bitchmayer :help::tape:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:52 PM
Chris :hi5: I bet for fun as well. :D



:spit: Yeah, Chris tell us, who else do you like? Better be careful not to say the current no.1. Fran totally adores her. And yes I'm being deeply sarcastic on that one. :p :angel:

I'm no expert but aside from their top players, ATP matches are more unpredictable than WTA. :help: That's why I'm not too crazy about betting this week. I might wait until Djoko the money machine plays his matches. :oh:

from now on i will NEVER bet again on Hanchoke :):):):)
:):):)
:) is so fucking sarcastic :tears:

chmath
Apr 12th, 2011, 12:58 PM
just for put Caro I LOVE YOU :hearts::hearts::hearts:
but your love for the serbs and the hate for the goddess Fransexa are not acceptable :sad:
did you put Bartoli because of that pic?:spit:
oh i was forgetting Bitchmayer :help::tape:

As for Fransexa, I only put her on the list to see how you would react :lol: Actually, I love watching her play. :worship:

Bartoli I never liked, since putting up that picture, I've been waking up in cold sweats, wondering if I'm ever going to be ok...:devil:

As I said, Wickmayer is a bit of a fetish :lol::lol::lol:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:04 PM
Hey beautiful :kiss:

Actually, we must have posted at exactly the same time, read above your latest post! I find betting on the WTA better value, although I had Djoko to win the Auzzie and have gone with him ever since, he's pretty much paid for a good summer holiday, provided I don't give it all back over the clay season :fiery:

:lol: Think of it as a fetish of sorts :lick:

Hey there Wordsworth! :smooch:

Yeah we must have. :lol:
Good call on Djoko. He has been playing so well since the start of the year.
Paid for a holiday...Wow! You won that much on him? :eek:

Wickmayer. :tape: :o

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:06 PM
i guess Chris is a bigger gambler than me and Karla combined :oh:

chmath
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:10 PM
Hey there Wordsworth! :smooch:

Yeah we must have. :lol:
Good call on Djoko. He has been playing so well since the start of the year.
Paid for a holiday...Wow! You won that much on him? :eek:

Wickmayer. :tape: :o

Wordsworth??? :lol: As in William Wordsworth??? :drool: If so, that's the best complement anyone's ever given me! :kiss: If I were in the Philippines, I'd marry you tomorrow! :drool:

Let's just say I've done well on Djoko. 7/1 at the start of the Auzzie to win it, had a fair bet on him and then followed it up with two sizeable bets at IW and Miami vs. Nadal. So...yes! If he manages to win two majors (30/1), then I can see me back at Mauan in the summer! :lol::lol::lol:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:10 PM
just for put Caro I LOVE YOU :hearts::hearts::hearts:
but your love for the serbs and the hate for the goddess Fransexa are not acceptable :sad:
did you put Bartoli because of that pic?:spit:


:happy:
Yes Franny is so awesome. Impossible is nothing. :bowdown:
Bartoli pic. :hysteric:

from now on i will NEVER bet again on Hanchoke :):):):)
:):):)
:) is so fucking sarcastic :tears:

I can't believe you bet on Hanescu. Haha! I thought you knew how horrible he can get. :p

How can this :) be sarcastic? :rolls:

chmath
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:13 PM
i guess Chris is a bigger gambler than me and Karla combined :oh:

Fran, I'll give you 1/2 my winnings if you post a picture that will stop making me think of Bartoli's bum...:help:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:18 PM
Wordsworth??? :lol: As in William Wordsworth??? :drool: If so, that's the best complement anyone's ever given me! :kiss: If I were in the Philippines, I'd marry you tomorrow! :drool:

Let's just say I've done well on Djoko. 7/1 at the start of the Auzzie to win it, had a fair bet on him and then followed it up with two sizeable bets at IW and Miami vs. Nadal. So...yes! If he manages to win two majors (30/1), then I can see me back at Mauan in the summer! :lol::lol::lol:

Who else would it be? :angel: It's shame then that you are so geographically undesirable. :p

Wow betting on him before the AO started! :eek: You do take chances. :worship:

chmath
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:20 PM
Who else would it be? :angel: It's shame then that you are so geographically undesirable. :p

:worship:

Yeah yeah, I bet you have a plethora of men queueing up to ask you out...:worship::hearts:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:21 PM
i guess Chris is a bigger gambler than me and Karla combined :oh:

IKR. :oh:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:24 PM
I can't believe you bet on Hanescu. Haha! I thought you knew how horrible he can get. :p

How can this :) be sarcastic? :rolls:

i'm so stupid :tears:
because it's a fake smile :):):):):)
:happy:

Fran, I'll give you 1/2 my winnings if you post a picture that will stop making me think of Bartoli's bum...:help:

my internet is quite slow right now :o

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:33 PM
Yeah yeah, I bet you have a plethora of men queueing up to ask you out...:worship::hearts:

You really have a way with words. :oh: :hearts: :inlove:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:39 PM
i'm so stupid :tears:
because it's a fake smile :):):):):)
:happy:



my internet is quite slow right now :o

Awww. :hug: Stay away from Hanescu next time. :lol:


:rolls: You know now that you said that...it does looked weird. :) :) :) But I don't think it's fake smile. More like a creepy psycho smile. :) :) :)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:43 PM
Like: Daniilidou, Ivanovic, Jankovic, Pennetta, Errani (as of last week :lol:), Kuznetsova, Na Li, Peng, and sometimes, if she's not screaming, Sharapova and finally... Wickmayer :eek:. Used to love Dementieva too.

Dislike: Caro, Vika (can't STAND the noise level, otherwise it's ok, but I hate having to watch on mute), Bartoli, Serena, Schiavone, Kvitova.

there's something wrong here :angel:


anw my pc is fucked up :sobbing: 3 weeks ago i got a virus, it said it was cancelled without problems but since then the whole thing isn't working well...i can't download the updates for the system, every now and then gives me an unknown error and the help it gives me the guide is totally useless :sobbing:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:50 PM
^Gaspa, it looks like the virus is still on your PC and is screwing up your OS. Have you tried other anti-virus app? If you can't do that, have you tried manual removal of the virus? If you know the exact name of the virus there are ways on how to manually remove it. ;)

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 01:56 PM
forse il cavallo di troia :oh:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 12th, 2011, 03:47 PM
^Gaspa, it looks like the virus is still on your PC and is screwing up your OS. Have you tried other anti-virus app? If you can't do that, have you tried manual removal of the virus? If you know the exact name of the virus there are ways on how to manually remove it. ;)

i should try that...but i think it's something bad because it was a single file but it's blocking the whole updating thing! :tape:

Zamboni
Apr 12th, 2011, 04:29 PM
C'mon we all know Flavia's attention span is an equivalent of an 8yr old. :p And I didn't realized you mean the 'little girl' literally. :lol:
Ok I'll drop by in Come in here and ask her. ;)

Yep that book. I should write it down. I can be as forgetful as Flavia. :o

And you are up early. :eek: Isn't it like around 6 in there? :unsure: I think it's a crime to wake up that early. :lol:8yr is pushing it:lol:
:yeah:

It was 7am when I woke up, I actually had to work:eek:

it was 7.20 am :secret:

anw the solitude of prime number is an amazing book :hearts:
:worship:
Like: Daniilidou, Ivanovic, Jankovic, Pennetta, Errani (as of last week :lol:), Kuznetsova, Na Li, Peng, and sometimes, if she's not screaming, Sharapova and finally... Wickmayer :eek:. Used to love Dementieva too.

Dislike: Caro, Vika (can't STAND the noise level, otherwise it's ok, but I hate having to watch on mute), Bartoli, Serena, Schiavone, Kvitova.
:cheer:;)

We gor a few in common - but also a few not :p

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 04:44 PM
i should try that...but i think it's something bad because it was a single file but it's blocking the whole updating thing! :tape:

Yes a virus can do that, a DOS or Denial of Service to Windows Update (I'm assuming you're using Windows).

Fantasy Hero
Apr 12th, 2011, 05:01 PM
yes...crappy vista :o

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 05:05 PM
Upgrade to Win 7. :p It's much better than Vista. :cool: BTW, check the virus name on Google. You'll usually find instructions from AV sites on how to manually remove the virus. If all else fails, you can always reinstall your OS.

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 05:09 PM
W7 is so much better :p

Fantasy Hero
Apr 12th, 2011, 05:23 PM
i know that...but i'm too lazy to make the change :lol:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 05:33 PM
8yr is pushing it:lol:
:yeah:

It was 7am when I woke up, I actually had to work:eek:


:worship:

:cheer:;)

We gor a few in common - but also a few not :p

You work that early? :bolt:

Dementieva and JJ. :haha:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 12th, 2011, 05:44 PM
JJ :o

Zamboni
Apr 12th, 2011, 05:55 PM
You work that early? :bolt:

Dementieva and JJ. :haha:
Started work at 8am ;)


yes, those:lol: And Yanina:facepalm:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 05:58 PM
Started work at 8am ;)


yes, those:lol: And Yanina:facepalm:

you don't like her?:eek: dorien knows it?:oh:
i loved how marina called her once :hysteric: F***mayer :happy:

Zamboni
Apr 12th, 2011, 05:59 PM
you don't like her?:eek: dorien knows it?:oh:
i loved how marina called her once :hysteric: F***mayer :happy:
I can't stand her:bigcry: And yes I think Dorien knows that :p
So many ppl called her names:tape: And as much as I dislike Yanina, hate that even more :p

Fantasy Hero
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:02 PM
who-pee :facepalm:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:02 PM
I can't stand her:bigcry: And yes I think Dorien knows that :p
So many ppl called her names:tape: And as much as I dislike Yanina, hate that even more :p

whoopee whoopee whoopee
whoopee whoopee whoopee

:dance::dance::dance:

the most retarted grunt ever :help:

Zamboni
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:05 PM
I had to listen to Vika's grunt last weekend, and decided it sounds suspiciously like "eewwww" :angel:

One Dutch tv show once translated Yanina's grunt as "komt ie" which is Dutch for "here it comes". They wondered how she could be winning matches while she kept warning her opponents about the ball:rolls:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:08 PM
:rolls:
vika's one is horrible too :o
sandra zahlavova is even worst :hysteric: seems a fiesty chihuahua x 1000 :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:10 PM
Last year I was watching doubles when my mum called, she asked what I was doing cause she thought she heard a dog barking.
Me: No, that's just Niculescu :angel:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:19 PM
I had to listen to Vika's grunt last weekend, and decided it sounds suspiciously like "eewwww" :angel:

One Dutch tv show once translated Yanina's grunt as "komt ie" which is Dutch for "here it comes". They wondered how she could be winning matches while she kept warning her opponents about the ball:rolls:

:rolls:
vika's one is horrible too :o
sandra zahlavova is even worst :hysteric: seems a fiesty chihuahua x 1000 :lol:

Last year I was watching doubles when my mum called, she asked what I was doing cause she thought she heard a dog barking.
Me: No, that's just Niculescu :angel:

:haha:

but this is priceless :worship:
CFYdzJ_kmCE

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:28 PM
Stop picking on Vika. :sobbing: Mean Flavia fans. :ras: But you're all correct. :sad:

I had to listen to Vika's grunt last weekend, and decided it sounds suspiciously like "eewwww" :angel:

One Dutch tv show once translated Yanina's grunt as "komt ie" which is Dutch for "here it comes". They wondered how she could be winning matches while she kept warning her opponents about the ball:rolls:

:happy:

:rolls:
vika's one is horrible too :o
sandra zahlavova is even worst :hysteric: seems a fiesty chihuahua x 1000 :lol:

:haha: I think it's more of a scream than a grunt. I seriously feel like she's screaming like Braveheart on crack whenever she hits the ball. It's terrifying.

Kvitova's yelp sounds like a chihuahua's bark. :lol:

peanuts
Apr 12th, 2011, 06:34 PM
Last year I was watching doubles when my mum called, she asked what I was doing cause she thought she heard a dog barking.
Me: No, that's just Niculescu :angel:

:haha: I've only seen one or two Niculescu match so I really don't remember that.

I always turn down the volume whenever I watch Sharapova's match (especially when it gets to a 3rd set) because the neighbors might think I'm watching some violent porn movie. :tape:

And Yanina's whoopee is so annoying. I don't even want to get started on how it annoys me. :mad:

chmath
Apr 12th, 2011, 07:27 PM
I had to listen to Vika's grunt last weekend, and decided it sounds suspiciously like "eewwww" :angel:

One Dutch tv show once translated Yanina's grunt as "komt ie" which is Dutch for "here it comes". They wondered how she could be winning matches while she kept warning her opponents about the ball:rolls:

:rolls:
vika's one is horrible too :o
sandra zahlavova is even worst :hysteric: seems a fiesty chihuahua x 1000 :lol:

Last year I was watching doubles when my mum called, she asked what I was doing cause she thought she heard a dog barking.
Me: No, that's just Niculescu :angel:

:haha: I've only seen one or two Niculescu match so I really don't remember that.

I always turn down the volume whenever I watch Sharapova's match (especially when it gets to a 3rd set) because the neighbors might think I'm watching some violent porn movie. :tape:

And Yanina's whoopee is so annoying. I don't even want to get started on how it annoys me. :mad:

:lol: ITA with all of the above. Good to know the noise levels don't go unnoticed!

peanuts
Apr 13th, 2011, 06:21 AM
I like Caro but that Caro looks like Gagarin thread is such a classic. :hysteric: :rolls:

peanuts
Apr 13th, 2011, 06:24 AM
:lol: ITA with all of the above. Good to know the noise levels don't go unnoticed!

:secret: Unless you have a problem with your hearing or your TV's audio, it's pretty hard not to notice it Chris. :p These girls can get really loud. :lol: Some of them even grunts (Vika :tape:) when hitting a neutral volley. :haha:

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 06:30 AM
I don't usually mind grunting though. What I mind is when it's either REALLY loud (ie Venus), or really highpitched and/or long (Vika)

Or maybe it's just because I like Sara and Dinara that theirs doesn't bother me ;)


Oh and I gotta plug my website in here too:angel: It's been renewed, so check the link in my sig ;)

peanuts
Apr 13th, 2011, 07:18 AM
I don't usually mind grunting though. What I mind is when it's either REALLY loud (ie Venus), or really highpitched and/or long (Vika)

Or maybe it's just because I like Sara and Dinara that theirs doesn't bother me ;)


Oh and I gotta plug my website in here too:angel: It's been renewed, so check the link in my sig ;)

Sara is another one who grunts loud when hitting a volley. :tape: Dinara's grunt sounds normal to me.


Not sure which thread to post my "site review" but I've decided to put it in Come in here to keep the resurrection going. :angel:

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 11:51 AM
Sara is another one who grunts loud when hitting a volley. :tape: Dinara's grunt sounds normal to me.


Not sure which thread to post my "site review" but I've decided to put it in Come in here to keep the resurrection going. :angel:
Not always ;) Sara can be pretty quiet. It depends on the situation:lol:


Saw it ;) :cool:

chmath
Apr 13th, 2011, 03:34 PM
On a completely random off topic: My hotmail account gets bombarded with junk, which I always open and read because some of that crap is off the charts, but only at work, since if anything is virus infected it will bugger up my work pc and probably earn me a few days off :-)

Today I received the best e-mail of them all; an existing solicitor in England has evidently searched the archives and some long lost relative in the Congo worth billions passed away, leaving everything to (who else) me! LOL And there it was, signed by the solicitor with name and phone number attached. So, I thought, here we go, let's have a laugh. Rang up the solicitor in England and they've evidently had so many phonecalls, they have audix answering the phone

"If you are calling in regards to Mr. Plumber and the inheritance e-mail, we REGRET to inform you that this is indeed a hoax e-mail and that our firm has nothing to do with its circulation".

You REGRET??? How many people actually rang up believing they had a relative in the Congo who they've never heard of who left them millions???

Question is, do the same people answer the "give me all your personal details by completing the 'survey' and we'll send you a free penis enlarger" e-mail?

I've checked with my female colleagues and their spam reception is like 20% of what we guys get. Clearly, people are out to prove that we are dumb. Or, more disturbingly, that it works...

Random thoughts I felt like sharing...

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 03:44 PM
You actually called?:haha:

I once heard that the amount of spam you get is related to the first letter of your email account. Don't know if that's true, but if it is, I recommend an L. I have only recently started receiving some spam mail:eek:

chmath
Apr 13th, 2011, 03:49 PM
You actually called?:haha:

I once heard that the amount of spam you get is related to the first letter of your email account. Don't know if that's true, but if it is, I recommend an L. I have only recently started receiving some spam mail:eek:

I have a female friend whose e-mail starts with an a, for Anna, and she gets like 2 junk e-mails a day. I get 20. I tell you, it's definitely a boy/girl thing, although for the life of me I can't figure out how the distributors would figure out the disparity just from an e-mail account...

Linda, PLEASE check your pm!

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 03:55 PM
I have a female friend whose e-mail starts with an a, for Anna, and she gets like 2 junk e-mails a day. I get 20. I tell you, it's definitely a boy/girl thing, although for the life of me I can't figure out how the distributors would figure out the disparity just from an e-mail account...

Linda, PLEASE check your pm!
I just replied to that ;)

Hmm. I don't know then. Would be interesting to look into the world of spam:lol:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 13th, 2011, 07:07 PM
first day at lessons in 2011 :rolls: it was so strange!

chmath
Apr 13th, 2011, 07:37 PM
first day at lessons in 2011 :rolls: it was so strange!

On April 13th??? :lol: Bravo ragazzo!

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 07:40 PM
Giulio:lol: :worship:

btw, Chris, your last PM was crystal clear ;) I know that's how things work :o
Will sit back and wait, as I said....

Fantasy Hero
Apr 13th, 2011, 07:44 PM
On April 13th??? :lol: Bravo ragazzo!

Giulio:lol: :worship:

btw, Chris, your last PM was crystal clear ;) I know that's how things work :o
Will sit back and wait, as I said....

that's the problem of going to a university on the seaside being a pro skier :lol:

anw there's something going on here that i missed i guess :scratch:

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 07:48 PM
that's the problem of going to a university on the seaside being a pro skier :lol:

anw there's something going on here that i missed i guess :scratch:
:lol: Sound like a wrong combination;)

I'm just too lazy to PM :p :o
You don't miss anything interesting;)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 13th, 2011, 07:49 PM
^ sureeeeee :rolleyes:


:lol:

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 07:49 PM
^ sureeeeee :rolleyes:


:lol:
Ok, in reality you missed a hot and steamy PM convo that should NOT be repeated in public:hehehe:


happy?:p

Fantasy Hero
Apr 13th, 2011, 07:54 PM
:yeah: that's much better :lol:

anw Chris...i don't get a lot of junk emails on hotmail :shrug: but i totally agree with you...how can some people be so dumb to actually remply? :spit:

chmath
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:01 PM
:yeah: that's much better :lol:

anw Chris...i don't get a lot of junk emails on hotmail :shrug: but i totally agree with you...how can some people be so dumb to actually remply? :spit:

I envy you Gaspa! Enjoy and just make sure you do your thing, noone actually cares about the attendance so long as you make the grades...

As for the junk... It's hysterical :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:03 PM
I envy you Gaspa! Enjoy and just make sure you do your thing, noone actually cares about the attendance so long as you make the grades...

As for the junk... It's hysterical :lol:
My university did:tape:
We usually had classes in small groups, and if you missed 2 of them, you weren't allowed to take the exam :o
For the bigger classes, we could skip them indeed, but I mainly had them in my first year, and then in the year I did philosophy.

chmath
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:03 PM
Ok, in reality you missed a hot and steamy PM convo that should NOT be repeated in public:hehehe:


happy?:p

Linda, how could you :fiery: I guess it's ok for our mutual 'friends' to know...:drool:

chmath
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:05 PM
My university did:tape:
We usually had classes in small groups, and if you missed 2 of them, you weren't allowed to take the exam :o
For the bigger classes, we could skip them indeed, but I mainly had them in my first year, and then in the year I did philosophy.

OMG!!! :help: Attendance based prerequisites??? I would have bombed out... :dog: Good on you girl for coming through!

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:12 PM
OMG!!! :help: Attendance based prerequisites??? I would have bombed out... :dog: Good on you girl for coming through!
My uni is quite strict about attendance and passing subjects (if you don't get at least 42 ECTS (I think) in your first year, you're out, stuff like that) :o
But when you're with 15-20 students, it's kinda hard to skip anyway....

I did skip a lot of philosophy classes though. Some because they were at the same time as history classes (which I couldn't skip), and then some were at 6pm....(and some where just skippable:p)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:12 PM
well luckily i don't have attendance :lol: but it will be really hard for me to give some exams with no lessons :tape: luckily i've a couple of nerd friends who will help me understanding what i need...last (and only) exam i gave, i got 30/30 studying one week, attending 50% of classes, but most of the people went there 80%+ and studied monthes and got 25 or less :oh:

chmath
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:20 PM
well luckily i don't have attendance :lol: but it will be really hard for me to give some exams with no lessons :tape: luckily i've a couple of nerd friends who will help me understanding what i need...last (and only) exam i gave, i got 30/30 studying one week, attending 50% of classes, but most of the people went there 80%+ and studied monthes and got 25 or less :oh:

That basically means you've got a good engine upstairs! :hi5:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:27 PM
i guess so :lol: or else i've a good memory for useless things, so i can tell during my oral exams the most crazy details about the most useless thing like i did about an unknow movie last time :oh:

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:31 PM
well luckily i don't have attendance :lol: but it will be really hard for me to give some exams with no lessons :tape: luckily i've a couple of nerd friends who will help me understanding what i need...last (and only) exam i gave, i got 30/30 studying one week, attending 50% of classes, but most of the people went there 80%+ and studied monthes and got 25 or less :oh:
So you will be fine ;)

A good memory for useless things:hearts: It's the best thing to have!

Fantasy Hero
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:34 PM
^ but i can't remember any date :tape: birthdays are always a bad surprise for me :spit: once i forgot mine :rolls:

oh the only not that big date i remember is 1066 Hastings's battle :facepalm:

Zamboni
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:42 PM
^ but i can't remember any date :tape: birthdays are always a bad surprise for me :spit: once i forgot mine :rolls:

oh the only not that big date i remember is 1066 Hastings's battle :facepalm:
:rolls:
That is bad :p


I know a few dates of course - I have to, as historian :p
At my birthday we were having a discussion about the abolition of slavery - everyone was naming a different year. I kinda guessed, but I was right:cheer: pfew ;)

chmath
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:52 PM
^ but i can't remember any date :tape: birthdays are always a bad surprise for me :spit: once i forgot mine :rolls:

oh the only not that big date i remember is 1066 Hastings's battle :facepalm:

:rolls:
That is bad :p


I know a few dates of course - I have to, as historian :p
At my birthday we were having a discussion about the abolition of slavery - everyone was naming a different year. I kinda guessed, but I was right:cheer: pfew ;)

This would be the right time to tell you that I :hearts: you both! :lol: :facepalm:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 13th, 2011, 08:53 PM
:haha: tahnks :awww:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:25 AM
Re: Offtopic thread - revived thread? :oh:

@Gaspa I cannot believe you forgot your own birthday. :rolls: I'm terrible at remembering dates too. And at remembering other people's name. I find it really embarrassing. :o


At my birthday we were having a discussion about the abolition of slavery - everyone was naming a different year. I kinda guessed, but I was right:cheer: pfew ;)

You must be awesome on trivia games. :p

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:33 AM
Ok, in reality you missed a hot and steamy PM convo that should NOT be repeated in public:hehehe:


happy?:p

OMG :speakles: Details pleeeeeeease. :rolls:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:06 AM
Morning/Afternoon Karla, how are you today?

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:21 AM
You must be awesome on trivia games. :p
I am :oh:
I know all these stupid little facts. My sister says I have a brain with a million drawers for info :lol:


Morning everyone:smooch:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:36 AM
I am :oh:
I know all these stupid little facts. My sister says I have a brain with a million drawers for info :lol:


Morning everyone:smooch:

Morning to you too radiant Linda :hatoff: How is our fair lady today? :angel:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:38 AM
good morning my dears :hatoff:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:41 AM
good morning my dears :hatoff:

Morning Sir! Are you anywhere near an academic facility today or has the fresh air and breeze of the sea-side combined with the ether of fine Italian women drawn you to drift away from the lecture halls? :lol:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:44 AM
well the fact that last night was universitarian night can be a good reason to stay in bed instead to go to universtity...but no :lol: luckily today my classes start at 1pm :cheer:

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:54 AM
Morning to you too radiant Linda :hatoff: How is our fair lady today? :angel:
Pretty good.....
but I have to be off now.


Enjoy your day, everyone :smooch:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:12 AM
Morning/Afternoon Karla, how are you today?

Good. I had a good long sleep but I still want more! :lol: How are you? :p

I am :oh:
I know all these stupid little facts. My sister says I have a brain with a million drawers for info :lol:


Morning everyone:smooch:

A good memory is always awesome to have. :cool:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:23 AM
good morning my dears :hatoff:

Good morning Gaspa! :smooch:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 02:45 PM
Good. I had a good long sleep but I still want more! :lol: How are you? :



Hello darling,

Thx for asking, sleep is ALWAYS good btw. My day started out pretty crappy, hence the venture into this blog in order to find some inspiration and motivation, but it appears to be getting better...

:topic: One day, IF I ever make Professor or something noteworthy in the academic community, I absolutely solemnly swear that I'll pay attention to my researchers and fellow staff. Meaning, that if one of them tells me they can't do something, I won't automatically assume that they can and they're just trying to be difficult :fiery::help: Being boss, doesn't mean that a no=yes and a yes=yes. If anything, by being 1/2 British, I should be expected to be an idiot and a bigot. An idiot I may be, but I'm most definitely not a bigot. Please don't deprive me of the joy of interacting with people I used to be 10-15 years ago, by inundating me with menial, bureaucratic crap. :eek:

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 02:54 PM
Chris:hug:
Don't let them get you down :armed:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 03:02 PM
Chris:hug:
Don't let them get you down :armed:

Linda babes, it's not getting me down, it's just really really cheesing me off :lol: Seriously, and I'm not blowing my own horn here, I'm very popular amongst the staff and the students, probably because I'm relatively quite young, and as I've told you, I came back into teaching because of the non-financial rewards and because I needed to find some sense of purpose after a very troubled period in life. And tbh, I'll put myself out there to help ANYONE worth helping and be completely selfless. But right now, I just feel I'm getting trampled on and being taken advantage of. And that makes me angry, which I hate being :tape: And, as I don't feel comfortable 'bitching' to my colleagues, I just thought I'd vent here :D Thx for the message, you are TOTALLY sweet.

PS. Check your PM tonight, I'll update you when I can chill and don't have people wondering into my office and reading my screen! (and NO, people, it's NOT what you think or imagine):lol::angel:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:00 PM
Wow! Chis you sound like you woke up on the wrong side of the bed. Here's a *big hug* for you. Hope that makes you a bit better. :hug: :smooch:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:04 PM
Wow! Chis you sound like you woke up on the wrong side of the bed. Here's a *big hug* for you. Hope that makes you a bit better. :hug: :smooch:

Paradoxically, I do! Ahhh, end of season, exam period coming up, Easter break begins Monday so I'll chill. It's always hectic this time of year, :banghead: but I blew of some steam with friends and now feel much happier I'm back at home. Sorry to sound like a grumpy old man and thx for the message :hi5:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:10 PM
It is a good idea to talk about those things. It's hard to keep it all bottled up inside. ;) You don't want to just implode like a headcasey tennis player in a GS match. :p

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:21 PM
It is a good idea to talk about those things. It's hard to keep it all bottled up inside. ;) You don't want to just implode like a headcasey tennis player in a GS match. :p

:lol: I was doing a Zvonareva vs. Pennetta US Open stint now that you mention it! Things were rolling along nicely, strolling to certain victory (in this case relaxation) and then I broke down :facepalm: Big boys don't cry and I didn't have any tape to start pulling off my thighs, but you get the drift... However, did walk in to a Study Group I run and began the introduction with the most heart-warming and cordial salutation of "Fuck", which got everyone laughing, but they know me by now...Anyway, enough of this crap, how are you anyway? How is the evening rolling along in the magnificent Philippines? Seriously, I could soooo do with chilling away in one of those raft things. You're lucky you live in such a picturesque part of the world...

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:26 PM
:lol: I was doing a Zvonareva vs. Pennetta US Open stint now that you mention it! Things were rolling along nicely, strolling to certain victory (in this case relaxation) and then I broke down :facepalm: Big boys don't cry and I didn't have any tape to start pulling off my thighs, but you get the drift... However, did walk in to a Study Group I run and began the introduction with the most heart-warming and cordial salutation of "Fuck", which got everyone laughing, but they know me by now...Anyway, enough of this crap, how are you anyway? How is the evening rolling along in the magnificent Philippines? Seriously, I could soooo do with chilling away in one of those raft things. You're lucky you live in such a picturesque part of the world...
:lol: Imagining you as the academic Zvonareva has a certain entertaining factor to it ;)

I'm more of a getting down on myself, getting all upset, and glaring at the rest of the world type. Which player would that translate to?

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:30 PM
Fuck. :spit: That's a great icebreaker. :rolls:

It's already morning in here. Past 1.30AM :lol: I'm a night owl so I'm still up at this time. :p

I don't always get to go to those pretty places as I live in the capital but later this month we're headed for the beach. :cheer: It will be fun. :oh:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:33 PM
:lol: Imagining you as the academic Zvonareva has a certain entertaining factor to it ;)

I'm more of a getting down on myself, getting all upset, and glaring at the rest of the world type. Which player would that translate to?

You just described 80% of the WTA Tour. :p No seriously, who else but Flavietta? :lol: You just need your own Urpi to scream eloquent words at. Maybe you can have Sven since he'd understand your Dutch. :p

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:39 PM
You just described 80% of the WTA Tour. :p No seriously, who else but Flavietta? :lol: You just need your own Urpi to scream eloquent words at. Maybe you can have Sven since he'd understand your Dutch. :p
:lol: I don't want Sven:unsure:
And nah, I'm not really like Flavia.....I'll think of a player who suits better ;)

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:40 PM
Fuck. :spit: That's a great icebreaker. :rolls:

It's already morning in here. Past 1.30AM :lol: I'm a night owl so I'm still up at this time. :p

I don't always get to go to those pretty places as I live in the capital but later this month we're headed for the beach. :cheer: It will be fun. :oh:

I'm pretty sure it will ;) And being a night-own is great, sign of an active and inquisitive mind!

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:42 PM
:lol: I don't want Sven:unsure:
And nah, I'm not really like Flavia.....I'll think of a player who suits better ;)

Only watched her twice, so I might be talking out of my posterior, but Errani seems like a 'I get myself high and get myself down' kind of girl...? :)

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:48 PM
I'm pretty sure it will ;) And being a night-own is great, sign of an active and inquisitive mind!

Oh really? I didn't know that. Where did you learn this? Are you just pulling my leg? :hehehe:


Linda, I thought of Dinara before Flavia but you said glaring and we all know how Flavia does the fierce glare so well. :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 06:56 PM
Only watched her twice, so I might be talking out of my posterior, but Errani seems like a 'I get myself high and get myself down' kind of girl...? :)
Hmm, not really. She gets herself up more than down :)

Linda, I thought of Dinara before Flavia but you said glaring and we all know how Flavia does the fierce glare so well. :lol:
Dinara also does a lot of screaming and swearing though:unsure:
Flavia has THE best death stare on tour:drool: Ok, she and Maria.

I thought, maybe Ana? She may not do the glaring, but she can get herself pretty down?:unsure:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 07:06 PM
Hmm, not really. She gets herself up more than down :)


Dinara also does a lot of screaming and swearing though:unsure:
Flavia has THE best death stare on tour:drool: Ok, she and Maria.

I thought, maybe Ana? She may not do the glaring, but she can get herself pretty down?:unsure:

I was gonna say that as well. :haha: In fairness to Chris, Sara did a lot of looking down in her matches in Marbella. I remember the one against Vika. :tape:

You don't swear? :oh:
Good thing you included Masha or I would have protested that claim. :p
Though Flavia's glare is different from Maria. Hers is full of emotion. Maria has more of an icy glare.

LMAO at the Ana comparison.

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 07:10 PM
I was gonna say that as well. :haha: In fairness to Chris, Sara did a lot of looking down in her matches in Marbella. I remember the one against Vika. :tape:

You don't swear? :oh:
Good thing you included Masha or I would have protested that claim. :p
Though Flavia's glare is different from Maria. Hers is full of emotion. Maria has more of an icy glare.

LMAO at the Ana comparison.
Looking down ain't the same as being down ;)

Not much:eek: Only a bit in my head ;)
They are both hot though:drool: I don't like Maria at all, but her death stare is pure gold.

I'm not as annoying as her though ;)

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 07:33 PM
Looking down ain't the same as being down ;)

Not much:eek: Only a bit in my head ;)
They are both hot though:drool: I don't like Maria at all, but her death stare is pure gold.

I'm not as annoying as her though ;)

You're right. My brain is not functioning well now. :o

Saint Linda. :oh: Seriously I don't think there's anything wrong with it. I'm actually amazed at people who can get mad without swearing.
Yes, Maria with her height makes her death scare looked more scary.


Ouch. I like Ana. :p I laughed because I remember her Ajdes and long jumps complete with 360 degree turn. So manic. :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 07:42 PM
You're right. My brain is not functioning well now. :o

Saint Linda. :oh: Seriously I don't think there's anything wrong with it. I'm actually amazed at people who can get mad without swearing.
Yes, Maria with her height makes her death scare looked more scary.


Ouch. I like Ana. :p I laughed because I remember her Ajdes and long jumps complete with 360 degree turn. So manic. :lol:
Nah, it's ok. But there was a discussion about that&tennis 10-15 years ago here, cause Richard Krajicek was lways looking down ;)

Oh but when I get mad, I get calm and cynical. It's scary. I have quite a temper but it flares up only in less serious situations. As long as I'm like that, you don't need to worry:lol:
True. Have you seen Frode's banner? It's a perfect example.

Yes:lol: Annoying but funny;)

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 07:48 PM
Oh really? I didn't know that. Where did you learn this? Are you just pulling my leg? :hehehe:


Linda, I thought of Dinara before Flavia but you said glaring and we all know how Flavia does the fierce glare so well. :lol:

I'm not messing with you at all. It's based on colloquial evidence, but Edison, Einstein, Sinatra, Greta Garbo, Evita Peron, some of the most famous and active people of the century past were night-owls... Including, I'm afraid to say, Imelda Marcos I believe...:help::rolleyes:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 07:52 PM
Nah, it's ok. But there was a discussion about that&tennis 10-15 years ago here, cause Richard Krajicek was lways looking down ;)

Oh but when I get mad, I get calm and cynical. It's scary. I have quite a temper but it flares up only in less serious situations. As long as I'm like that, you don't need to worry:lol:
True. Have you seen Frode's banner? It's a perfect example.

Yes:lol: Annoying but funny;)

10-15yrs yrs ago. :hysteric: You just reminded me that I've been on this board for 9yrs already. :eek: But you know, they do say we look the way we feel so :shrug: More often than not I think it's the case.

Oh I know what you mean. Like your every response is full of sarcasm? Yet you're not raising your voice or showing much emotion? I very rarely get seriously mad but when I do I am just like that to everyone. And yes I think it's more scary than when one is screaming out their anger.

I've seen it and even made a comment before to him. So fierce.

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 07:53 PM
Oh but when I get mad, I get calm and cynical. It's scary. I have quite a temper but it flares up only in less serious situations. As long as I'm like that, you don't need to worry:lol:
True. Have you seen Frode's banner? It's a perfect example.

Yes:lol: Annoying but funny;)

That reminds me of my younger sister. It's soooo f*cking scary, because the eyes suddenly into this weird 'holding' pattern and when we were growing up and she switched into that mode, I felt like pray waiting to be pounced on National Geographic-style...:lol:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 07:55 PM
I'm not messing with you at all. It's based on colloquial evidence, but Edison, Einstein, Sinatra, Greta Garbo, Evita Peron, some of the most famous and active people of the century past were night-owls... Including, I'm afraid to say, Imelda Marcos I believe...:help::rolleyes:

Imelda Marcos. :tape: :o I'll take the others as proof but not her. :p

So if that's the case, what does that mean for morning people? ;)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 07:59 PM
well usually i tend to implode more than explone...i try to be nice with everybody most of the time, but when i get to a certain point i implode and get mad with myself :tape: there are just few people i get mad with when i'm done by being calm and those know how bad i am in those moments :lol:

anw i swear because an italian person cannot help but swearing when something goes wrong :p

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:01 PM
10-15yrs yrs ago. :hysteric: You just reminded me that I've been on this board for 9yrs already. :eek: But you know, they do say we look the way we feel so :shrug: More often than not I think it's the case.

Oh I know what you mean. Like your every response is full of sarcasm? Yet you're not raising your voice or showing much emotion? I very rarely get seriously mad but when I do I am just like that to everyone. And yes I think it's more scary than when one is screaming out their anger.

I've seen it and even made a comment before to him. So fierce.
Second half of the 90s ;) He was nice though, so much nicer than his sister :p
He was literally always like that though. Not that he was a little ray of sunshine, but he can't have been that bad ;)

Yes exactly like that. My dad is like that too.
And the good thing about is that you can vent your anger without getting into a fight, because most people don't even realise you are angry ;)

Indeed:drool: I made it;)

That reminds me of my younger sister. It's soooo f*cking scary, because the eyes suddenly into this weird 'holding' pattern and when we were growing up and she switched into that mode, I felt like pray waiting to be pounced on National Geographic-style...:lol:
:lol: I can imagine.....poor you!

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:16 PM
well usually i tend to implode more than explone...i try to be nice with everybody most of the time, but when i get to a certain point i implode and get mad with myself :tape: there are just few people i get mad with when i'm done by being calm and those know how bad i am in those moments :lol:

anw i swear because an italian person cannot help but swearing when something goes wrong :p

:cuckoo:I'm in your camp Gaspa...It's the Mediterranean thing taking over..

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:24 PM
Chris :worship: you are more than my editor!

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:28 PM
Second half of the 90s ;) He was nice though, so much nicer than his sister :p
He was literally always like that though. Not that he was a little ray of sunshine, but he can't have been that bad ;)

Yes exactly like that. My dad is like that too.
And the good thing about is that you can vent your anger without getting into a fight, because most people don't even realise you are angry ;)

Indeed:drool: I made it;)


:lol: I can imagine.....poor you!

You don't like Michaella? :lol:
I like the Krajiceks. I don't know why. Must be the awesome serve thing.

Yep only someone who is really good at reading people and knows you well enough can see through that. ;)

Oh you did? Awesome. :bowdown:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:29 PM
Chris :worship: you are more than my editor!

Bro, besides evidently being a fab skier, always remember that you have a good engine upstairs and a wicked sense of humour :worship: So, one day, I look forward to reading your own collection of works after we're both done reading through the Pulitzer-winning collection of Ms. Pennetta's memoirs! :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:30 PM
You don't like Michaella? :lol:
I like the Krajiceks. I don't know why. Must be the awesome serve thing.

Yep only someone who is really good at reading people and knows you well enough can see through that. ;)

Oh you did? Awesome. :bowdown:
Not really. She used to be ok, but the last years.....just no. Richard seems to be cool guy though (if you forget that one comment about womens tennis he made years ago:tape: ), he does a good job at the Rotterdam tournament and always comes across as intelligent, wellinformed and wellspoken.

Indeed ;) And not many people know me that well.

Uhuh. Not my best graphic though.

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:30 PM
well usually i tend to implode more than explone...i try to be nice with everybody most of the time, but when i get to a certain point i implode and get mad with myself :tape: there are just few people i get mad with when i'm done by being calm and those know how bad i am in those moments :lol:

anw i swear because an italian person cannot help but swearing when something goes wrong :p

I'm no Italian but it's so difficult not to swear when things get so screwed-up. Or when I get really annoyed. :p

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:32 PM
Bro, besides evidently being a fab skier, always remember that you have a good engine upstairs and a wicked sense of humour :worship: So, one day, I look forward to reading your own collection of works after we're both done reading through the Pulitzer-winning collection of Ms. Pennetta's memoirs! :lol:

but you are an even greater sense of humor ;)
flavia will be my chief when i'll be working on a sport newspaper :rolls: i've always thought that would have become true one day :lol:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:36 PM
Not really. She used to be ok, but the last years.....just no. Richard seems to be cool guy though (if you forget that one comment about womens tennis he made years ago:tape: ), he does a good job at the Rotterdam tournament and always comes across as intelligent, wellinformed and wellspoken.

Indeed ;) And not many people know me that well.

Uhuh. Not my best graphic though.

:haha: Oh are they pure Dutch? They don't have Von or Van in their names. Are they one of the few you have mentioned? :p


Me too. But I find it funny when people assume that they know you so well and makes comments that just makes me LMAO. :spit:

What?? You're being modest. I thought it looks awesome. Or maybe it's because Maria is just looking so fierce in there. :lol: Seriously it looks great to me.

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:38 PM
but you are an even greater sense of humor ;)
flavia will be my chief when i'll be working on a sport newspaper :rolls: i've always thought that would have become true one day :lol:

Are you studying to be a journalist?

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:39 PM
:haha: Oh are they pure Dutch? They don't have Von or Van in their names. Are they one of the few you have mentioned? :p


Me too. But I find it funny when people assume that they know you so well and makes comments that just makes me LMAO. :spit:

What?? You're being modest. I thought it looks awesome. Or maybe it's because Maria is just looking so fierce in there. :lol: Seriously it looks great to me.
Nah, they aren't. They are Czech, fled away from there, were planning on going to Norway, made a stop for a few weeks in The Hague and then Richard was born so they stayed:lol:
Actually, Petr (their father) went back to Prague with his second wife (Misa's mother), and Misa has lived there for much of her life too.

Yes:lol:

It was a great picture. I didn't do too much to it ;)

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:39 PM
I'm no Italian but it's so difficult not to swear when things get so screwed-up. Or when I get really annoyed. :p

Here's a question for you then! Which language do you swear in? :D

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:46 PM
Are you studying to be a journalist?

kinda...it's like my main goal to work on a sport newspaper or to comment for a good tv

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:47 PM
Here's a question for you then! Which language do you swear in? :D

i do it in italian, friuliano, english and german...:haha:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:48 PM
kinda...it's like my main goal to work on a sport newspaper or to comment for a good tv

tell us you want to work for studio aperto :hysteric:

btw when i'm agry i'm really another person :lol: can't control my mouth and my body if i'm really pissed :tape:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:48 PM
Nah, they aren't. They are Czech, fled away from there, were planning on going to Norway, made a stop for a few weeks in The Hague and then Richard was born so they stayed:lol:
Actually, Petr (their father) went back to Prague with his second wife (Misa's mother), and Misa has lived there for much of her life too.

Yes:lol:

It was a great picture. I didn't do too much to it ;)

So that would explain the name then. :lol: Interesting story.
Oh yeah I forgot Misa is his half-sister.

You should do a big one like that with Flavia. :angel:


Here's a question for you then! Which language do you swear in? :D

English and Filipino. Actually one of the famous curse words in here is in Spanish which is Puta. :tape:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:49 PM
i do it in italian, friuliano, english and german...:haha:

:yeah::hi5::worship:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:51 PM
So that would explain the name then. :lol: Interesting story.
Oh yeah I forgot Misa is his half-sister.

You should do a big one like that with Flavia. :angel:




English and Filipino. Actually one of the famous curse words in here is in Spanish which is Puta. :tape:

Kind of why I was asking! :devil:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:51 PM
kinda...it's like my main goal to work on a sport newspaper or to comment for a good tv

Oh that's nice. I took up Journalism before I shifted to Computer Science and IT studies. ;)

tell us you want to work for studio aperto :hysteric:

btw when i'm agry i'm really another person :lol: can't control my mouth and my body if i'm really pissed :tape:

OMG is this the same studio where that vid came from? :hysteric:

You get violent? :scared:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:52 PM
tell us you want to work for studio aperto :hysteric:

btw when i'm agry i'm really another person :lol: can't control my mouth and my body if i'm really pissed :tape:

:hysteric: i think none with a minimum of brain would refuse to work on that thing :hysteric:
interrompiamo le notizie da Fukushima per una news dell'ultimo minuto: il panda hang ha avuto un cucciolo! :tape:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:54 PM
puta :hysteric:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:55 PM
Kind of why I was asking! :devil:

People say it (and it's different variations) a lot here. Including me. :tape: :o Funny variation and less offensive way of of saying it in here is "ampotah" (means "ang puta" in Filipino, "the bitch" in English). :haha:

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 08:57 PM
So that would explain the name then. :lol: Interesting story.
Oh yeah I forgot Misa is his half-sister.

You should do a big one like that with Flavia. :angel:




English and Filipino. Actually one of the famous curse words in here is in Spanish which is Puta. :tape:
Yep. The father is crazy as hell though:tape: He physically abused Richard when he was young, and they didn't have contact for years. In fact, he once said that a couple of years ago, his wife was looking out of the windows and told him "Richard, there's a man who keeps staring at the house" - it was his father who wanted to get back in contact:lol: :o They are in contact now but not very close.
Apparently he did not abuse Misa though, but I don't know if I believe that ;)

A death stare one?:angel:


Oh, that sounds familiar:angel:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:00 PM
OMG is this the same studio where that vid came from? :hysteric:

You get violent? :scared:

it's even worse :o

a bit :tape:

:hysteric: i think none with a minimum of brain would refuse to work on that thing :hysteric:
interrompiamo le notizie da Fukushima per una news dell'ultimo minuto: il panda hang ha avuto un cucciolo! :tape:

la notizia dell'ultimo minuto sarebbe qualcosa tipo "notizia dell'ultimo minuto: hanno inventato un bikini push-up :bolt:"
e la cosa bella che questa notizia l'hanno passata ieri :weirdo::hysterical:
e ovviamente insieme alla notizia del film di Belen Rodriguez dove ovviamente si spoglia nel film :haha: che novita' :lol:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:00 PM
People say it (and it's different variations) a lot here. Including me. :tape: :o Funny variation and less offensive way of of saying it in here is "ampotah" (means "ang puta" in Filipino, "the bitch" in English). :haha:

Interesting ;) But 'puta' has become such a colloquial word, I don't think anyone takes it as a literal swear word anymore... Including our author-to-be :lol:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:02 PM
Yep. The father is crazy as hell though:tape: He physically abused Richard when he was young, and they didn't have contact for years. In fact, he once said that a couple of years ago, his wife was looking out of the windows and told him "Richard, there's a man who keeps staring at the house" - it was his father who wanted to get back in contact:lol: :o They are in contact now but not very close.
Apparently he did not abuse Misa though, but I don't know if I believe that ;)

A death stare one?:angel:


Oh, that sounds familiar:angel:

OMG I didn't know that. Some tennis fathers. :tape: :o Really disturbing.


Of course. I really hope you're not thinking of a naughty one. :haha:

Flakira. :bowdown:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:05 PM
it's even worse :o

a bit :tape:



la notizia dell'ultimo minuto sarebbe qualcosa tipo "notizia dell'ultimo minuto: hanno inventato un bikini push-up :bolt:"
e la cosa bella che questa notizia l'hanno passata ieri :weirdo::hysterical:
e ovviamente insieme alla notizia del film di Belen Rodriguez dove ovviamente si spoglia nel film :haha: che novita' :lol:

:scared:

What's the best swear word in Italian?

Interesting ;) But 'puta' has become such a colloquial word, I don't think anyone takes it as a literal swear word anymore... Including our author-to-be :lol:

That's kind of true. It is sometimes just a normal expression now but if you say "putang ina" (son of a bitch) in here then you are indeed swearing. :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:07 PM
OMG I didn't know that. Some tennis fathers. :tape: :o Really disturbing.


Of course. I really hope you're not thinking of a naughty one. :haha:

Flakira. :bowdown:
He is definitely one of the bad ones:tape:

Pff, I'm not like that :p

:cheer:
Puta mierda:drool:
I remember being at a football match where the supporters kept yelling puta whenever the (Spanish) goalkeeper of the opponent kicked the ball, and I was with 2 young kids, and they were asking "What does that meaaan?" ehh....it's not something nice;)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:07 PM
it's even worse :o

a bit :tape:



la notizia dell'ultimo minuto sarebbe qualcosa tipo "notizia dell'ultimo minuto: hanno inventato un bikini push-up :bolt:"
e la cosa bella che questa notizia l'hanno passata ieri :weirdo::hysterical:
e ovviamente insieme alla notizia del film di Belen Rodriguez dove ovviamente si spoglia nel film :haha: che novita' :lol:

:hah: studioaperto + Benedetta Parodi :tape:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:10 PM
He is definitely one of the bad ones:tape:

Pff, I'm not like that :p

:cheer:
Puta mierda:drool:
I remember being at a football match where the supporters kept yelling puta whenever the (Spanish) goalkeeper of the opponent kicked the ball, and I was with 2 young kids, and they were asking "What does that meaaan?" ehh....it's not something nice;)

No need to tell them eh? They will know soon enough what that means. :lol:

peanuts
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:12 PM
I'm off to bed. :wavey: Good night Flavia (soon to be a published author :eek:) fans! Sweet dreams. :smooch:

Zamboni
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:13 PM
No need to tell them eh? They will know soon enough what that means. :lol:
They were 10 and 7, no way I was gonna explain that:lol:
Especially with their father next to me :p

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:15 PM
gnite Karla:wavey:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:16 PM
night karla :p

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:20 PM
:cheer:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 14th, 2011, 09:27 PM
karla left and thread died? :unsure:

chmath
Apr 14th, 2011, 10:36 PM
Night Karla! Gaspa, it seems so!

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 09:42 AM
karla left and thread died? :unsure:

Apparently I'm the one who talks the most. :tape: :tape: :tape: :o


What's the best swear word in Italian?


Fran, you haven't answered my question last night. :p

Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 09:48 AM
Apparently I'm the one who talks the most. :tape: :tape: :tape: :o



Fran, you haven't answered my question last night. :p
I'm used to that being me:lol:

I'm bored :p Had an early appointment, was back home at 8am :tape:

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 09:54 AM
I'm used to that being me:lol:

I'm bored :p Had an early appointment, was back home at 8am :tape:

:lol: I'm sure by now you have some idea how talkative I can get. :tape: :help: :o And to think we laugh at Flavia for talking so much. :o

What kind of appointment would make you get home at 8am? :lol: Unless you're as crazy as I am and is already playing tennis at 7am. :help:

No work for you today? :p

Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 10:01 AM
:lol: I'm sure by now you have some idea how talkative I can get. :tape: :help: :o And to think we laugh at Flavia for talking so much. :o

What kind of appointment would make you get home at 8am? :lol: Unless you're as crazy as I am and is already playing tennis at 7am. :help:

No work for you today? :p
True:lol:
I can talk as much as Flavia, depending on the ppl I'm with:lol:

Had an appointment at the orthodontist at 7.30 :o Made it so early, so I could work after, but my boss gave me the whole day off:help:


I am now sorting out my videos that I downloaded from youtube. They are a mess:o

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 10:07 AM
True:lol:
I can talk as much as Flavia, depending on the ppl I'm with:lol:

Had an appointment at the orthodontist at 7.30 :o Made it so early, so I could work after, but my boss gave me the whole day off:help:


I am now sorting out my videos that I downloaded from youtube. They are a mess:o

Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. :lol:
I know what you mean. But I can also get awfully quiet when I'm with people I'm not comfortable with. I won't say a thing unless I've been asked a question.

Maybe you can ask your boss to make you go to work. You're already awake anyways. :lol:


OC time. :p

Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 10:11 AM
Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. :lol:
I know what you mean. But I can also get awfully quiet when I'm with people I'm not comfortable with. I won't say a thing unless I've been asked a question.

Maybe you can ask your boss to make you go to work. You're already awake anyways. :lol:


OC time. :p
Yes, I am exactly like that too:tape:

No...she knew I had the appointment, but she didn't need to me today....well...

I know:p
But there's files just called "Flavia Pennetta" or "Tennis Forum Flavia Pennetta forum Video Thread page 22" - how am I supposed to know what video that is?:lol:

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 10:17 AM
Yes, I am exactly like that too:tape:

No...she knew I had the appointment, but she didn't need to me today....well...

I know:p
But there's files just called "Flavia Pennetta" or "Tennis Forum Flavia Pennetta forum Video Thread page 22" - how am I supposed to know what video that is?:lol:

One time at work I even got labeled as that super quiet girl. And then those group of people became my close friends and they were :hah: at me when they found out how much I can talk talk talk talk. :o

Just enjoy your Friday off then. I wish I had that as well. :lol:

LOL @ those file names. Why do you need to organize them anyway? :p

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 10:21 AM
I love your new banner. :awww: I doubt if we'll see a new picture of them with the FC trophy. :sad:

Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 10:22 AM
One time at work I even got labeled as that super quiet girl. And then those group of people became my close friends and they were :hah: at me when they found out how much I can talk talk talk talk. :o

Just enjoy your Friday off then. I wish I had that as well. :lol:

LOL @ those file names. Why do you need to organize them anyway? :p
Yeah one time at work I was talking about how I always was the hyperactive, naughty one, between me and my sister, and they were like "but you're such a sweet, calm girl!" Heh:lol: :o

I had thursday off as well:help: It's not as much fun as it sounds ;)

Because I want to be able to find a video when I'm looking for it :p

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 10:28 AM
Yeah one time at work I was talking about how I always was the hyperactive, naughty one, between me and my sister, and they were like "but you're such a sweet, calm girl!" Heh:lol: :o

I had thursday off as well:help: It's not as much fun as it sounds ;)

Because I want to be able to find a video when I'm looking for it :p

I love it when people gets incredulous like that. I guess it's easy to give off the wrong impression. :lol:
And you finally admitted that you're naughty! Hah! :p

Yikes. So you'll be working on weekends? :unsure:

Hmp! :p

Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 10:31 AM
I love your new banner. :awww: I doubt if we'll see a new picture of them with the FC trophy. :sad:
I know:awww:
It's my "They might get trashed this weekend but don't forget how well they have done in FC"-banner ;)

I love it when people gets incredulous like that. I guess it's easy to give off the wrong impression. :lol:
And you finally admitted that you're naughty! Hah! :p

Yikes. So you'll be working on weekends? :unsure:

Hmp! :p
Yes:lol:
I was when I was younger for sure :p My sis was the good girl. Boring, I say:angel:

Nope. Just didn't get a lot of hours :(

It's a perfect reason :p

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 10:41 AM
I know:awww:
It's my "They might get trashed this weekend but don't forget how well they have done in FC"-banner ;)


Yes:lol:
I was when I was younger for sure :p My sis was the good girl. Boring, I say:angel:

Nope. Just didn't get a lot of hours :(

It's a perfect reason :p

I know that's your intention all along. :lol:

I'm the eldest and the eldest have the unfortunate role of being the good child. :angel: The youngest just do whatever they want. :rolleyes: :p

Oh so it's not fixed. It's different here. We work for 8hrs each day. ;)

Too much effort for me. I say let the files sort themselves out. :p

Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 10:50 AM
I know that's your intention all along. :lol:

I'm the eldest and the eldest have the unfortunate role of being the good child. :angel: The youngest just do whatever they want. :rolleyes: :p

Oh so it's not fixed. It's different here. We work for 8hrs each day. ;)

Too much effort for me. I say let the files sort themselves out. :p
Good:lol:

In case of my sis and me that is true:angel: I was the kind of kid who was always messing around and climbing trees and that kind of thing, my sis would never do anything that's not allowed:yawn: (ok, she really wasn't boring, I usually just say that to tease her, and my mum :p)

I have a parttime contract so don't have fixed hours ;) It sucks :p

But they won't! So I have to do it for them:rolleyes:

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 11:03 AM
Good:lol:

In case of my sis and me that is true:angel: I was the kind of kid who was always messing around and climbing trees and that kind of thing, my sis would never do anything that's not allowed:yawn: (ok, she really wasn't boring, I usually just say that to tease her, and my mum :p)

I have a parttime contract so don't have fixed hours ;) It sucks :p

But they won't! So I have to do it for them:rolleyes:

Climbing trees. :oh: To be young and carefree. Hide-N-Seek! :cheer:
Same with me and my brother. I did my share of mischief when I was younger but I guess it's just knowing that you're older and you have to keep your sibling in line that stops me from being a complete troublemaker. :angel: You are lucky to be the youngest. ;)

It gives you more free time to be an admin here. :p

I'm sure there's some kind of software application that can help you with your OC-ness. :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 11:08 AM
Climbing trees. :oh: To be young and carefree. Hide-N-Seek! :cheer:
Same with me and my brother. I did my share of mischief when I was younger but I guess it's just knowing that you're older and you have to keep your sibling in line that stops me from being a complete troublemaker. :angel: You are lucky to be the youngest. ;)

It gives you more free time to be an admin here. :p

I'm sure there's some kind of software application that can help you with your OC-ness. :lol:
Hide and seek:inlove:
My sister just wouldn't break rules, it's not in her:lol: :o Unlike me....

True :p And to waste time....

I'm sure I'd find sth I didn't like in that software and want to follow my own system:tape:

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 11:13 AM
Hide and seek:inlove:
My sister just wouldn't break rules, it's not in her:lol: :o Unlike me....

True :p And to waste time....

I'm sure I'd find sth I didn't like in that software and want to follow my own system:tape:

Most kids today don't play outside that much anymore. :sad: IMO they're missing a lot.
How ironic that you ended being a site Admin. :p

As John Lennon said...Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted. :p

I give up. :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 11:18 AM
Most kids today don't play outside that much anymore. :sad: IMO they're missing a lot.
How ironic that you ended being a site Admin. :p

As John Lennon said...Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted. :p

I give up. :lol:
I agree, they are:awww: Playing outside is the best :p
Indeed :p Now I just make my own rules:angel:

Oh good point, unless when you wanted to get a few things done ;)

I can't help it:lol:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 11:48 AM
today i had my second (and almost last as i miss only few lessons) class of russian literature and i totally love it :inlove: i decided i'll have the exam the sooner i can so in 20 days because i simply want to study it all :eek: i'm crazy :cuckoo:

chmath
Apr 15th, 2011, 12:19 PM
today i had my second (and almost last as i miss only few lessons) class of russian literature and i totally love it :inlove: i decided i'll have the exam the sooner i can so in 20 days because i simply want to study it all :eek: i'm crazy :cuckoo:

NICE! Are we talking Dostoevsky, Solzhenitsyn & co or what? And to focus on something and 'attack' it is often the way to go. Although you are nuts! :lol:

Karla - As John Lennon said...Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted. WHAT A GREAT QUOTE...:worship:

Hope you are all well!

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 12:57 PM
no i'm not yet there ;) the first year ends with Catherin II which means late XVIII century so i'm not at the best yet :lol:

anw i know i'm nuts i've signed in for italian literature and english language exams and they are back to back in middle june :rolls:

chmath
Apr 15th, 2011, 01:15 PM
no i'm not yet there ;) the first year ends with Catherin II which means late XVIII century so i'm not at the best yet :lol:

anw i know i'm nuts i've signed in for italian literature and english language exams and they are back to back in middle june :rolls:

:bowdown:: Rock and roll baby! rocker:

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 01:57 PM
Hi boys! :smooch:

Chris, it is indeed a great quote. :bowdown:

chmath
Apr 15th, 2011, 02:52 PM
Hi boys! :smooch:

Chris, it is indeed a great quote. :bowdown:

Hi girl! :lol::hearts::hearts::hearts:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 15th, 2011, 03:04 PM
Apparently I'm the one who talks the most. :tape: :tape: :tape: :o



Fran, you haven't answered my question last night. :p

son of a bitch maybe :shrug: probably it's the light one :o

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:04 PM
son of a bitch maybe :shrug: probably it's the light one :o

:secret: What is it in Italian?

FORZA SARITA
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:08 PM
:secret: What is it in Italian?

you mean how we say it in italian?:p this is not classy :p you're already infected and now you're another trashy flavia fan :eek:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:11 PM
:haha: it's similar to spanish ;)

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:17 PM
you mean how we say it in italian?:p this is not classy :p you're already infected and now you're another trashy flavia fan :eek:

Yes. I'm just curious. :sobbing: I didn't realized there's an infection going on in here. :lol:

:haha: it's similar to spanish ;)

Thank you Gaspa. ;)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:21 PM
i spread it :oh:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:23 PM
i think i'm like under drugs...i'm cleaning my skis and the spray can cause dizzines :lol:

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:23 PM
^^And I have been infected. Now I'm a trashy Flavia fan. :crying2:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:24 PM
Yes. I'm just curious. :sobbing: I didn't realized there's an infection going on in here. :lol:



figlio/a di puttana :p

of course,you start to talk trashy and lose your class :p

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:28 PM
figlio/a di puttana :p

of course,you start to talk trashy and lose your class :p

:oh: :oh:

Gaspa claims to have spread it. :oh:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:37 PM
:oh: :oh:

Gaspa claims to have spread it. :oh:

i meant the infection ;)

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:41 PM
i meant the infection ;)

That's what I mean as well. Sorry I should have made that clearer. :lol:

chmath
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:49 PM
i think i'm like under drugs...i'm cleaning my skis and the spray can cause dizzines :lol:

Are you HIGH??? :lol::bounce:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:54 PM
i think i'm like under drugs...i'm cleaning my skis and the spray can cause dizzines :lol:

the spray is toxic?:lol:

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 06:58 PM
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:oh:

FORZA SARITA
Apr 15th, 2011, 07:01 PM
today is friday but nobody cares of rebecca anymore :(

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 07:03 PM
Are you HIGH??? :lol::bounce:

the spray is toxic?:lol:

no i'm not...but yes the spray is a little toxic and i have dizzinees :bounce:

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 07:03 PM
today is friday but nobody cares of rebecca anymore :(

She's still getting more views in youtube. :lol:

chmath
Apr 15th, 2011, 07:04 PM
today is friday but nobody cares of rebecca anymore :(

Fran, I've already been traumatised enough with Bartoli's bum. I don't need to be thinking about Rebbecca too! LOL

FORZA SARITA
Apr 15th, 2011, 07:10 PM
Fran, I've already been traumatised enough with Bartoli's bum. I don't need to be thinking about Rebbecca too! LOL

so no fun fun fun :p

chmath
Apr 15th, 2011, 07:14 PM
so no fun fun fun :p

Oh yeah, there will be fun, fun fun but not because Rebbecca says so ;)

peanuts
Apr 15th, 2011, 07:40 PM
Oh yeah, there will be fun, fun fun but not because Rebbecca says so ;)

You sound so matured. ;)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 08:03 PM
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this man is a genius! :bowdown:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 08:19 PM
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Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 08:20 PM
^^And I have been infected. Now I'm a trashy Flavia fan. :crying2:
*sigh*
Chris and I are the only noncorrupted ones:sad:

chmath
Apr 15th, 2011, 08:26 PM
7ZtjRN1Rljs

this man is a genius! :bowdown:

I don't understand much of it, but it is indeed optically quite amusing :D

*sigh*
Chris and I are the only noncorrupted ones:sad:

Are you sure about that? :lol: I wouldn't personally label myself as 'non-corrupt' ;)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 08:36 PM
Linda :lol: you cannot be called sane too ;) remember waking up in the middle of the night to watch her getting owned by Caro last summer? i thought i wasn't alone on this forum that night :lol:

Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 08:41 PM
Linda :lol: you cannot be called sane too ;) remember waking up in the middle of the night to watch her getting owned by Caro last summer? i thought i wasn't alone on this forum that night :lol:
I didn't call myself sane, only non-corrupted ;)

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 08:45 PM
not yet Linda...lont yet :p

Zamboni
Apr 15th, 2011, 08:45 PM
I will resist! :armed:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 15th, 2011, 09:10 PM
:oh:

peanuts
Apr 16th, 2011, 03:07 AM
*sigh*
Chris and I are the only noncorrupted ones:sad:

http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i241/ivanban/nocheer.gif :sad:
And to think I've been saying you were corrupting threads. :sobbing:

Fantasy Hero
Apr 16th, 2011, 07:43 AM
Karla :eek: