Happy Birthday to Kat!

Phil

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Kat thought she could get away with it with her name not appearing in the birthday list.....but we know better! 26 today!

Happy Birthday Kathryn, :twisted: ! Hope you have a lovely day, now go and dissect something hideous and smelly.

:birthday: :cheers:
 

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:birthday: :twisted: - may Cthulhu bring you green lefse on this joyous day!

Cheers!
 

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Another year!.. (and you didn't get hit by a bus..) (or something..)

Congratulations on another trip around the big ball o'fire!
Many more...
ancora imparo,
-Paul

"The length of your education is less important than its breadth, and the length of your life is less important than its depth."
-Marilyn vos Savant
 

Steve O'Shea

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WhiteKiboko said:
:birthday: Kat, may you live to kidnap much much more memorabilia....
n82rboy said:
"The length of your education is less important than its breadth, and the length of your life is less important than its depth."
-Marilyn vos Savant
:birthday: Kat (again; no fair, she gets two). Should any more memorabilia vanish the length of your life will be short, its depth shallow, and the breadth of your education rather narrow.
 

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Our little Tintenfisch is growing up! Right around this age is when the awkward changes begin, though; any day now parts of her will start sprouting and bulging out. Parts such as gills and eyeballs. Then her skin will develop a sickly greyish-green tint and a sort of slippery texture, her voice will get croaky, her lips will grow exceedingly pouty, she'll notice some interdigital webbing and a strong piscine fragrance that never washes away. She'll start wanting to go swimming an awful lot, and she'll find perambulation increasingly frustrating. Then will come the inevitable human sacrifices and all the "! !" and horrible difficulty getting a date for the prom. But I'm sure that she'll make us all proud in the end. Her future is bright, even if it is going to unfold in the inky blackness of the abyss.

:cthulhu:

:birthday:
 

Tintenfisch

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:oops: :roll: Thanks, everybody... wouldn't have expected the day to turn out so well, considering a birthday package was stolen from my mailbox last Friday (and opened, present removed, and wrappings left on my lawn); thereafter our car was broken into in a supposedly secure carpark! But then my parents rang and sang me 'Happy Birthday' bluegrass style, complete with Dad on the banjo (an unexpected musical phenomenon for 6.30am on a Monday), and I got surprise tickets to see a very funny Scottish comedian (Danny Bhoy) last night.
Oh, and I should have residency by tomorrow! :mrgreen:

:glass:
 

Clem

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Tintenfisch said:
...wouldn't have expected the day to turn out so well, considering a birthday package was stolen from my mailbox last Friday (and opened, present removed, and wrappings left on my lawn)
That's awful. Unless it turns up one year hence, in photos sent from distant lands.

Banjo at 6:30am? You are made of stern stuff.
 

Tintenfisch

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That's awful.
Yeah! And apparently it was a DVD of The Brak Show that my sister bought at Target months ago and has been hoarding and drooling over ever since. And of course they don't have it any more. :mad: Who does that???
 

Clem

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And apparently it was a DVD of The Brak Show...Who does that???

Haw! Brak rocks. As for who would do such a thing, well...the crime scene is peculiar. The ostentatious leaving behind of the wrapping paper suggests a dark sense of humor. They might even have hid nearby to watch you find it.
Did this occur in the daylight hours? Unless you live in crime alley, it seems unlikely that a career criminal out for a stroll would brazenly open everyone's mailbox on a hunt for goodies. I suspect an inside job, or someone who a) stops by regularly who b) knew that you would be getting a present.

Cheers,

Will Graham
 

Tintenfisch

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Well - it was the last day of school holidays, and I think probably some neighborhood kids just saw it get delivered, and upon closer inspection noticed that the customs sticker on it said 'DVD.' I wasn't actually the one who found it; a little boy brought it to the door and said he'd found it on the street, and gave it to my flatmate who was home at the time. They opened the card as well, but at least left THAT in the package. :sad:
 

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