Tedious, ungrammatical, unoriginal and tasteless crap from someone old enough to know better.
Well thank-you Vics, I would call you sweetie too, but then I would have to be sick.Please forgive my slow response: apparently my hard drive is up the creek.Tell Mrs V that I will be in contact soon and the offer of a safe home is always there.
I've heard vicus call someone an old cabbage, but never sweetie. What's up with that, dear vicus?
She is such a sweetie. Have you not met her, Pamela? Sugar flows through her veins.
Don't be naughty, Richard, and neither is she diabolic just in case that was a typo.
I know someone who is both diabolic and diabetic. Perhaps it's a twofer?
Got some new friends then, my ghastly ginger nemesis?
Yes, and a damned sight more respectful than you are, I have to say. They do lack your vicious use of rhetoric, however, and would do well to take note. boneme - I'd rather you didn't.
I'm not that new and I know she's got a tongue on her.
Well of course I have a tongue you silly man. How else could I chew?
Dunno, Cazza, old verucca, my guess would be that you swallow your victims whole like some of the larger snakes.I hope that that helps.
You can chew with your tongue? Have they got you behind glass?
They did, but she gnawed her way out!
Vicus, I hate to say it, but she is only nasty to you.Across the antipodean blogosphere, she is known as Saint Caroline, patron saint of Sweetness and Light.- barista
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