Discussion in 'Communications' started by Grimby, Mar 21, 2012.
When we're ready.
See, we're back on topic.
Yep. Are we there yet?
Yes saint we're there; unpack your bags and grab the remote.
Great view, great fellow guest, sorry no pool.
Woohoo! We're there! Can't wait to--
Waitaminute. Where's my old threads?
*looks suspiciously at Taryn* Are we really there yet?
Hotel Temp yes
Sorry for the confussion
3 month anniversary!
Anniversaries are, you know, annual.
Ah, yes. Hotel Temporary Forums. Check in any time you like, but you will never leave.
Try telling that to 90% of people who've dated. OMG!! ONE WEEK ANNIVERSARY!!!!!
Also, I am fairly certain the trophy for being registered for a year was made with the intent it would eventually be awarded to people.
Yeah, I thought that trophy was a joke. *looks around* I should never assume things, I almost always assume wrong...
Although it's always crowded
You still can find some room
For JC forum members
Who hope the Move is soon . . .
I just celebrated my 1,251 week anniversary!!!
1976 coming up for me
In Hotel Temporary Forums, you only need to move the forum member in Room n to Room n+1 each time.
Noooooooo!!!!!! (Runs crazily through the lobby, banging on doors and windows, seeing the permanent boards on the horizon, fighting to get out and get to them)
Please - This hotel is fine, but I wanna go home....!!!
Ok, nuff with the little tantrum -
But seriously. Mikie, we love you, you're doing great. Thank you so much for the work you're doing for us...., and a little extra brain power for you -
I'd be pretty mellow about it all if not for the one reason I've stated so many times, so will refrain here.
actually, I think of these tempoary boards as more of a "layover" until we "board" the "flight" to the newly upgraded boards.
This thread has become ridiculous.
On behalf of all of us who put the word "temporary" in our usernames: you're making us look bad.
Relax, said the Grimby
We are programmed to receive
You can log out any time you like
But we will never leave
I believe you mean annial. Seriously, just look at the spelling. Jeez.