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PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2008 1:20 am 
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Ever wonder who Sam knew where Brice was holed up? He pumped Carol for information, obviously :)
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Ooooo...
There's nothing sexier then a ewe laying on a bed.


















Did I say that out loud..? :oops:

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That's a fun image,...nicely "laid out"...

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Sam found himself a brand new sett. Good work on the shading of the folds!

I mean, of course, the sheeps.

Err, sheets...

Err...

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Had to look up 'sett'.
Very clever turn of a phrase.
And I learned a new word. :)

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Ramseys wrote:
Ooooo...
There's nothing sexier then a ewe laying on a bed.


Ah sweet mystery of life at last I found ewe.....

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Uncle wrote:

Ah sweet mystery of life at last I found ewe.....

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Was that a quote from Stavros Milos?

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Halbherz wrote:
Uncle wrote:

Ah sweet mystery of life at last I found ewe.....

Uncle


Was that a quote from Stavros Milos?


Actually it was a running joke in the movie Young Frankenstein.

Various arrangements of song were scored through the movie.

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Uncle wrote:
Actually it was a running joke in the movie Young Frankenstein.


Different movie then. Pity, for Stavros I'd have willingly entered bedlam.

[edit] Yeah, I know: one more sheap pun and there'll be ramifications.

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Halbherz wrote:
Uncle wrote:
Actually it was a running joke in the movie Young Frankenstein.


Different movie then. Pity, for Stavros I'd have willingly entered bedlam.

[edit] Yeah, I know: one more sheap pun and there'll be ramifications.


Ah, but the same actor, Gene Wilder. Yes, I looked it up.

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Ramseys wrote:
Ooooo...
There's nothing sexier then a ewe laying on a bed.


















Did I say that out loud..? :oops:





AWWwwww !!!!
Now ewe went and gone too far!

Carol, are ewe there? Where are ewe?

Carol all laid out getting pumped, and I can't see her?

All I can see are little spaces where she was. Spaces for sheep. Space--sheep.

Er, what? Guess we'll never know how that one ends.

*Squinting in the dark* Thought I could almost see something there. Big anthro ram?

Ramseys the...... ram? Dammit, they said doing that would make me go blind........

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Question for the more technical person here:
Can you see the pictures in this thread?
Do I need to install a widget to see pictures on this Forum?

If not, and they got lost when they changed hosts, does anyone have an archive of these pics before they were lost?
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