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Offline AKMichaels Reading Sixkill by Robert B Parker
11 Jun 2014, 04:11 PM | Post: #41

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RE: What has made you feel smug today?

(11 Jun 2014 04:04 PM)C.S.Bailey Wrote: Wrote:  
(11 Jun 2014 03:55 PM)AKMichaels Wrote: Wrote:  
(11 Jun 2014 03:41 PM)C.S.Bailey Wrote: Wrote:  
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(11 Jun 2014 03:23 PM)C.S.Bailey Wrote: Wrote:  I would but I've only got one copy myself, with all my notes in it. Ha ha you should print their face off and stick it on a punch bag. So I'm not the only one who kills people they don't like in their writing then Wink
Oh that's a nuisance, pity u didn't have a couple of extra copies lying around lol. Ah but if I printed off face my secret longing to pulverise them would no longer be my secret! Oh yeah, I kill em off all the time - usually in a really horrid way too!
I know, I may ask someone for their copy back and I'll split the profits Tongue Well only if you take said person to the gym with you lol. Ha ha I best stay on your good side then, though it may be awesome to admit that someone killed a character based on me... Wait... I actually do kill the character based on me!
Ask around - maybe family or friends have a copy! I'm actually surprised that some family haven't cottoned on yet! Nothing like a good torture or two from a sadistic Vamp!
I know, they may catch on if I mention it and claim to have 'lost it' lol. Ha ha I actually recommended you the other day, a friend of mine loves all that vampire stuff. I'm more traditional, the character based on me got stabbed, then shot several times and then stabbed again Pondering
What a pity, u coulda maybe made a killing undercutting him lol. Oh thank you, u should tell them to come chat on FB. Well, stabbed, shot - more than once - then stabbed again! My Wolf ripping someones head off with they huge jaws doesn't seem so bad now!
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Offline lyndawrites Reading The Twopenny-Hat Detective by Brian Sellars
11 Jun 2014, 04:43 PM | Post: #42

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RE: What has made you feel smug today?

This post was last modified: 11 Jun 2014 04:44 PM by lyndawrites.
I should have felt smug - or at least pleased with myself - today, but I'm only feeling sad.

On my way out to the shops, I noticed a bee on the drive. It was still there when I got back, so (assuming it was shagged out after a busy day) I made up a sugar syrup to revive it, and put a little in front of the bee where it could reach it. I went out again ten minutes later and replenished the tiny puddle which had largely evaporated. I've been checking at intervals ever since, but the bee is still there, and now I think it's left wing is damaged.

Poor little thing, and how silly to get upset by a hurt bee. Sad
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Offline C.S.Bailey Reading Wanted by Tim Arnot
11 Jun 2014, 04:44 PM | Post: #43

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RE: What has made you feel smug today?

(11 Jun 2014 04:11 PM)AKMichaels Wrote: Wrote:  
(11 Jun 2014 04:04 PM)C.S.Bailey Wrote: Wrote:  
(11 Jun 2014 03:55 PM)AKMichaels Wrote: Wrote:  
(11 Jun 2014 03:41 PM)C.S.Bailey Wrote: Wrote:  
(11 Jun 2014 03:31 PM)AKMichaels Wrote: Wrote:  Oh that's a nuisance, pity u didn't have a couple of extra copies lying around lol. Ah but if I printed off face my secret longing to pulverise them would no longer be my secret! Oh yeah, I kill em off all the time - usually in a really horrid way too!
I know, I may ask someone for their copy back and I'll split the profits Tongue Well only if you take said person to the gym with you lol. Ha ha I best stay on your good side then, though it may be awesome to admit that someone killed a character based on me... Wait... I actually do kill the character based on me!
Ask around - maybe family or friends have a copy! I'm actually surprised that some family haven't cottoned on yet! Nothing like a good torture or two from a sadistic Vamp!
I know, they may catch on if I mention it and claim to have 'lost it' lol. Ha ha I actually recommended you the other day, a friend of mine loves all that vampire stuff. I'm more traditional, the character based on me got stabbed, then shot several times and then stabbed again Pondering
What a pity, u coulda maybe made a killing undercutting him lol. Oh thank you, u should tell them to come chat on FB. Well, stabbed, shot - more than once - then stabbed again! My Wolf ripping someones head off with they huge jaws doesn't seem so bad now!
Ha ha I know, maybe I'll try it when I release the full book. Next time I see her, I'll be sure to do that Smile Lol, it's the first time I've actually thought about it, I must not hold myself in hight regards Tongue Rip them limb from limb next time.
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Offline AKMichaels Reading Sixkill by Robert B Parker
11 Jun 2014, 04:45 PM | Post: #44

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RE: What has made you feel smug today?

(11 Jun 2014 04:43 PM)lyndawrites Wrote: Wrote:  I should have felt smug - or at least pleased with myself - today, but I'm only feeling sad.

On my way out to the shops, I noticed a bee on the drive. It was still there when I got back, so (assuming it was shagged put after a busy day) I made up a sugar syrup to revive it, and put a little in front of the bee where it could reach it. I went out again ten minutes later and replenished the tiny puddle which had largely evaporated. I've been checking at intervals ever since, but the bee is still there, and now I think it's left wing is damaged.

Poor little thing, and how silly to get upset by a hurt bee. Sad
Oh Lynda, how sweet, not many folks (myself included) would probably have even noticed! Then to try and help it - says an awful lot about you. Hope a wee miracle happens and it flies away x
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Offline Tim_A Reading strictly murder by Lynda Wilcox
11 Jun 2014, 09:07 PM | Post: #45

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RE: What has made you feel smug today?

Not just today, but this week, I've entered pictures into three CG graphics competitions. With actual prizes! (not that I expect to win) Two of them don't allow reposts before the comp closes, but one didn't specify a restriction, and I've posted the picture on my thread hereSmile
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Offline C.S.Bailey Reading Wanted by Tim Arnot
11 Jun 2014, 09:19 PM | Post: #46

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RE: What has made you feel smug today?

(11 Jun 2014 09:07 PM)Tim_A Wrote: Wrote:  Not just today, but this week, I've entered pictures into three CG graphics competitions. With actual prizes! (not that I expect to win) Two of them don't allow reposts before the comp closes, but one didn't specify a restriction, and I've posted the picture on my thread hereSmile
Good luck Tim Smile
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RE: What has made you feel smug today?

Good luck with those competitions, Tim. The fridge poster is a cracker!
Offline AKMichaels Reading Sixkill by Robert B Parker
12 Jun 2014, 06:59 AM | Post: #48

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RE: What has made you feel smug today?

(11 Jun 2014 09:07 PM)Tim_A Wrote: Wrote:  Not just today, but this week, I've entered pictures into three CG graphics competitions. With actual prizes! (not that I expect to win) Two of them don't allow reposts before the comp closes, but one didn't specify a restriction, and I've posted the picture on my thread hereSmile
Very best of luck Tim. That fridge looks rather ominous!
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