Inactive sweeps?

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Re: Inactive sweeps?

Post: #124392 pumpy
Wed Sep 17, 2008 6:26 pm

I cringe,every time i think of when they entered "Pumpy" on my birth certificate!!!
it's either one or the other, or neither of the two.

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Re: Inactive sweeps?

Post: #124398 oldfella
Wed Sep 17, 2008 6:51 pm

I'm just an old fella Steve 2
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Re: Inactive sweeps?

Post: #126147 Odsox
Tue Sep 30, 2008 8:53 am

But I do frequently wear odd socks :mrgreen:
I would be VERY surprised if "Tony" was available on this or any other site.
Same goes for just about any common(ish) first name, I'm surprised you expected Steve to be available Steve.
Welcome to the group Steven, we will all know you as Steve now anyway.
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Re: Inactive sweeps?

Post: #126333 ina
Wed Oct 01, 2008 9:50 am

Odsox wrote:Welcome to the group Steven, we will all know you as Steve now anyway.


Yep - no way around that - no chance we'll forget you! :mrgreen:

Think of all the Daves there are... At work, about 20% of all males are called David; most of which would like to be called Dave. There are even two sets of two Daves with the same surname! All that confusion...

Anyway - welcome to the Ishers, Steve. :sunny:
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Re: Inactive sweeps?

Post: #126335 Big Al
Wed Oct 01, 2008 10:22 am

ina wrote:
Odsox wrote:Welcome to the group Steven, we will all know you as Steve now anyway.


Yep - no way around that - no chance we'll forget you! :mrgreen:

Think of all the Daves there are... At work, about 20% of all males are called David; most of which would like to be called Dave. There are even two sets of two Daves with the same surname! All that confusion...

Anyway - welcome to the Ishers, Steve. :sunny:


Off on a tangent here but when my mother was alive there were 4 of us that had the same surname, the same initial and all had the same doctor and dentist etc and we all lived in the same house.....
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Re: Inactive sweeps?

Post: #126346 ina
Wed Oct 01, 2008 11:05 am

Big Al wrote:Off on a tangent here but when my mother was alive there were 4 of us that had the same surname, the same initial and all had the same doctor and dentist etc and we all lived in the same house.....


Oh wonderful... I bet they loved you all. :mrgreen:
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Re: Inactive sweeps?

Post: #126349 invisiblepiper
Wed Oct 01, 2008 11:15 am

I've just realised I did that to my kids! - oops :oops:
...and my real name is invisible.... :lol:
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And I took the one less travelled by
And that has made all the difference.
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