Discussion in 'London, ON' started by PaulV, Nov 2, 2002.
Great, I'm looking forward to that!
Looking forward to what?
I agree with Lelila on this matter.
agree with what it was a question?
"I agree with ______ on this issue" is a popular expression on the boards. In this case, it means I have the same question.
I'm a performer...I play guitar...and ahem...sing..kinda...sorta...yeah...and Deb you know this
what' going on I really confuse.
I agree with Paul on this issue.
I think we all know that the comments were just in fun...I think we all also understand that some jokes can be less funny than intended. I can't speak for debs, but I'd imagine that we can all say no hard feelings and move on to...what we're doing next!
Justin, in the future, you should use or after a joke, just in case. Online, you can't use tone of voice to show you're kidding, so you have to rely on faces. I find is good for joking and is good for teasing.
So while you were singing, did the cops show up and try to arrest you for disturbing the peace?
You guys knew I was joking yes?
Deb has a fantastic voice, as does Sarah and Matt. Though I didn't hear much of Sarahs
At first I thought you were serious, but then I remembered that you're not that kind of person, so I knew you were joking. Someone who didn't know you though would have thought you were serious.
When I sing, it sounds like someone's strangling a cat.
I as well didn't know if it was a joke or not...
Good suggestion to use the emicons. I sugest we all get used to them and abuse their use as much as possible!
Ok then, sorry guys if it sounded serious
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