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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 14.10.2009 04:49

Oh mies we use to sing a song about the women who stabbed her baby 3 months old haa webbie will put it on its sung by the dubliners.. god even rock a by baby the crib falls down with the baby in it ..well at least we hurt no one hey..i know that teddy bear one also ..ah god be with the days..love lizxxx
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 14.10.2009 03:17

Liz, I guess my jump rope song did seem a little violent. And I have no idea why a lady with the alligator purse? Just the way I remember it. Enjoy your movie. It\'s one of my favorites too.

Pat, probably the words get mixed up with other rhymes as they are passed around from place to place. I remember your teddy bear one and there were several versions.. here\'s one...

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, climb the stairs,

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, say your prayers

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, turn out the light,

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, say good night!

Me Too! Night all
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 14.10.2009 01:43

Oh im going to watch the Quite Man later on with john wayne was he a sexy man in that movie.. i love the way ne pulled maureen o\'hara about in it haa god its funny and nice ..i can only get it on video here to get dvd i need to send over seas its silly ..but i got the video ..love lizxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 14.10.2009 01:38

Good morning all a bit late i had reghan over night for a change i dont see her as much since she went to scholl..well webbie i must say you did a great job with skipping rope..yes they where our little songs..and a few more i forget most of them ..but mies that ones of yours haa the poor dog with soap..in its mouth ..haaa ah mar just went off ..love lizxxxx
Patricia





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posted: 14.10.2009 00:40

Love those pony traps on CAM 5, Mark Westlake. They are more likely to be donkey traps, though, I think. great bright colors.

I never heard that rope jumping rhyme about wallflowers, Webbie. Not even anything close, so I can\'t help. Maybe Liz remembers it. Nice animated pic of the rope jumpers. Beats our choice of smilies all to hell.

Continued...

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....hmmmm...pony traps they are. I have it from the hosses mouth.

Donkey Trap
Patricia





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posted: 14.10.2009 00:39



Cont.

Mies, I remember that one about the little doggie and seeing if he could swim. not exactly the same though, the ending doesn\'t sound familiar about the alligator purse.

Those things are probably regional, I remember moving to the Midwest and hearing \"Ring rround the rosie, Pocket full of posies, Ashes, ashes, all fall down\". We didn\'t do \"Ashes, ashes\" in the East, we said \"Pussy-cat, pussy-cat, all fall down\".

Then there is

Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn around,

Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the ground,

Teddy bear, teddy bear, show your shoe,

Teddy bear, teddy bear, skidoo, skidoo!

Forgot to bring my mail in today, now I\'ve got to go out with the flashlight and get it. It\'s grown dark.

Bye!

Pat
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 13.10.2009 23:47

Whew! That was exhausting!...Never made it past \"I had a little puppy\".

I wish Mr. Mies would\'ve kidnapped Gordon the baby Giraffe. He is so cute. He could sleep on the end of our bed at night. I could take him for walks in the neighborhood. I bet I wouldn\'t have to worry about raccoon attacks...WAIT! I\'d have to bring along a poop scoop and probably a VERY large bag as that\'s the polite thing to do. Hmmmm, maybe not such a good idea after all. Never mind, I\'ll just look at his photos instead..

Okay enough of my silliness..off to search for a microwavable treat
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 13.10.2009 23:27

Has Mar gone back to the beach? Is it safe for me to here right now...

I see everyone\'s been jump roping today...Am I to late to join in?

I had a little puppy

His name was Tiny Tim

I put him in the bathtub to see if he could swim

He drank all the water, he ate a bar of soap

The next thing you know he had a bubble in his throat.

In came the doctor, In came the nurse,

In came the lady with the alligator purse

Out went the doctor

Out went the nurse

Out went the lady with the alligator purse
Mar





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posted: 13.10.2009 21:56

Hi everyone, I\'m almost on my way to bed (after another relaxing afternoon in the beach), but I\'ve seen the picture I took on Sept.24th in the Columbus Square during the huge local festivity here (the Merced), the city was full of activities for children, and this game of jumping the rope was part of a sort of competition for children, who had to pass several trials and tests (consisting on different types of games) to get a gift, loads of children had a great day playing and having fun. Thank you for showing it, Webbie

Off to bed now, take care and have a great Wednesday! (and rest of the week, of course)
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 13.10.2009 16:20



Wallflowers, wallflowers

Growing up so high

All pretty ladies

Do not wish to die

Especially xxxx xxxxx

She\'s the best of all

Atishoo, atishoo

Turn yer back against the wall.



(Correct my wrong words - lorl)
Mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 13.10.2009 16:18

Good Morning Looks like the GB is almost out of control..what with all the\" Beeb\" words. Love the gariffe ,sure would be nice to have a pet like that.

I am glad everyone is home safe from their summer travels..even if Treassa did not come to California .Aer Lingus is still keeping a seat open for her .So am I. As for the rest of you ..stay warm and look out for the flu.



Mike N California
  
Webmaster-Comment:
Hi Mike. Good to hear from you.
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 13.10.2009 16:02

Webbie-We have a customer who raises all kinds of exotic animals, kangaroos, zebras, several types of antelope, & now a giraffe. Yesterday was show & tell here & the Purina feed mill across the street, where he buys Giraffe & Zebra chow. Gordon, the giraffe, is 4 1/2 months old, 6\" 4\" tall, & weighs 250#.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thanks for that. My first thought were that there was a circus in town. A giraffe might not be the easist of pets and certainly not kangaroos.
Thanks for the info.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 13.10.2009 11:21

Mr mies ah im not sure who was the best looking of you 2 gordon or you ..your both cute .one is slim and the other cuddley so with is the best ahhhhhhhhh ..both really ..im off to bed now good night god bless all ..love lizxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment:
It's your turn Liz - jump in.



Bluebells, cockle shells, eevy ivy over! (turning the rope only half way, then over on over to continue)
My mother sent me to the store
And this is what she sent me for:
Salt,
Vinegar,
Peppers!
(The enders turn the rope fast while everyone counts to see who can skip the longest.)
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 13.10.2009 06:31

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 13.10.2009 01:09

Wow, i step away from the GB for a few hours, to make an honest living & go outside & play with a baby giraffe, & what happens I come back & Mies, Mar & Pat have used a whole page, been accused & accusing who, of who knows what It took me over 1/2 hour of my employers time to read. Luckily I didn\'t have any tea to spill this time.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...tell us about the baby giraffe...??
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 13.10.2009 00:57

Good morning just been for my walk with my weedog ..ah patrica jump rope it was great the kids now dont do it ..we had a lovely time singing all the songs ....oh mar your knee is not ready to catch up with me yet so here goes (PINK)..ah i love you ..just take it easy young women ..i can run faster ahhhhhhhhhhhhh ..help...mies ah spelling dont talk about it .i write as i say the words so if you think its wrong ..just think irish..love lizxxxx
Patricia





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posted: 13.10.2009 00:34

Nice pic on CAM 5, Mar. Little girls all over the world love to jump rope, I guess.

NEVER LET THE ROPE GO EMPTY

E - M - P - T - Y!!!

You jump in on one side, and jump while singing that, then at the end you jump out on the other side, and another person jumps in, and you run around the back of the person turning the rope, and get back in line to jump in again.

I forgot about that one, I\'ll have to teach it to the Grandgirls.

I see our Webbie has erased all evidence of his bleeping, just to make it look like I\'m a crazy lady, after he made Meis and me swear like that. Aren\'t you ashamed for leading us astray, Webbie? Tsk, tsk. I\'m telling Father O\'Mahoney. He\'ll give you a terrible penance.

Hope Everybody is having a good week.

P
COYLE

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 12.10.2009 23:11

thank you for the view
Mar





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posted: 12.10.2009 20:27

Mies: (I love the people that makes me laugh)
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 12.10.2009 19:55

Oh yeah, Mar, forgot to add. We\'ll be good from now on, I promise. No saying the pink word! Whoops, I mean p*nk word. Sorry, pink just slipped out...D*mn, I mean p*nk just slipped out...GAWD!

Oh 4ket!

Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 12.10.2009 19:43

Now ya done did it Mar. Ya done hurted my feelin\'s....I can spells good...

I forgives ya,

We miss ya, get off the beach a little more often and visit us

Looking forward to more photos soon

Mar





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posted: 12.10.2009 19:42

Treasa and María Asunción, where are you, friends? You\'re missing all the verbal fun! I hope you\'re ok, friends

Seán, Dermot, Sue, Gary, Jim, Marie, and everybody else, I also hope you\'re ok and enjoying your autumm

I\'m off to have dinner now, unfortunately (or maybe not) I have to work tomorrow... I hope you\'ll all have a great week, but remember: I\'ll be inspecting the area from time to time, and if I see someone breaking the rules, that someone will fall under my whip! ( ). Hugs and kisses for everyone!
Mar





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posted: 12.10.2009 19:37

Steph, amazing picture in cam-5 yesterday, do you already have all this snow in your backyard? It’s still summer here! Thank you for the link to the webcam in your area, it makes me feel a bit cold, bbrrhh…

Mr.Mies, lovely picture in cam-5 a couple of days ago, I love pictures of reflections in rivers Wow, you had loads of work with your truck and trailers there, and then your trip was cancelled, too bad, take it easy, friend Can you mail me the poem that starts with “I know a girl who lives on a hill\", please?

Eamon, my cat Pepe is also 10 years old, like your dog, I hope they both will have a looong, long life

Mike N, a two mile walk in the beach, how nice!!!
Mar





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posted: 12.10.2009 19:35

Annette, mothers’ meals are the best, aren’t they? Ask Franka, ha, haaa… You’d have enjoyed the air race in the Beach very much, I’m sure Hey, I also cleaned my drawers and closets of useless things I was keeping for years without ever using them, and you’re right: I put several bags out in the trash, but now I have a small amount of things that I want to keep, and I don’t know where to put them, even though now I have several wardrobes empty! Am I nuts or what? I hope you’re enjoying yout girls trip right now, take loaaaads of pictures!!!!
Mar





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posted: 12.10.2009 19:33

Madame Woo, long time no see!!!!! Could you please put a bit of order here, and tell everyone, specially the new ones (and some of the old ones), which words we can use and which ones we should banned forever? I think there’s a bit of confusion about it, some people in Oz and Washington are using the word “pi*k” naturally, as if nothing happened!!! And also, the one from Washington seems to be unable to write a whole correct sentence with the word \"bag\" in it at the first attempt, and she’s having visions of words that aren’t written here, it seems she actually needs a bit of help too…