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Struggling to keep up this summer...
July 2, 2014
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Sorry I haven't commented more or been around as much as I'd like... I definitely still owe @aziz a critique on one of his pieces. I am trying to get to it... so much for having more time after school is done! I've got another online workshop I signed up for in July and then I WILL have more time for Thoughts. 

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craigb12
Wine is bottled poetry. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
July 3, 2014
8:38 am
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Well done @tlhopkinson you've brought a new proxy to the throne........... Pleading and promising. Really? Is that what a Queen does? Gag........... Keep that up and you're sure to be de-throned in a most unpleasant way........... Your crown will be placed on the train tracks and your gown will used as sail on a tiny sloop to collect weather and droppings from the sea going birds........  Or would you rather I just call the waaambulance? Would you like some cheese with your whine? Stop the huggy feely cushy yuk and shape up!

 

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July 3, 2014
9:24 am
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What can I say, I miss the peasants! I've been working on not sounding too condescending... I even let one of my poetry testers smell the poem before tasting it, just in case they caught a whiff of something rancid. And since I apparently have become a little too soft in my ways, I have decided that's exactly the perfect position for you in my kingdom... that's right, you've earned it. I hereby declare @Killerelite my official poetry tester. It's now up to you to either be blinded, struck dead, slightly pleased, or ultimately joyous of poetry you seek out or otherwise encounter on my behalf. Once you've taken that first potentially lethal review, you can share with me my results and if I agree? You will be allowed to continue... if I don't? Well, @Forgewright will be sharpening his little baby viking guillotine :).

Wine is bottled poetry. ~ Robert Louis Stevenson
July 3, 2014
3:16 pm
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Again with my head in jeopardy? Okay your highness.......... As you wish......... What you really need now that you've selected such a position for me is someone to taste your wine and food.... I hear snake poison was a popular means to remove an unruly monarch back in the day........ Tata.

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July 3, 2014
3:57 pm
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Bill, you bestowed this title to her but seem reluctant to allow her to use it. I thought she was using incredible restraint in use of her new powers. Is this more of a figure head position not unlike the majestic Queen of England? Held in highest regard yet unable to order take out.

It has been said that Trish has been seen running through her home yelling,"Off with his head!"

Remember this song?

Playing with the Queen of Thoughts

Knowing it ain't really smart

The joker is the only fool

That'll do anything for you.

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I am a man with one distinguishing manner. I view life as a nonstop roll by circus. Whatever my senses signal to my brain, it is received as humor.
July 3, 2014
5:12 pm
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your English is better than mine ha ha killerelite

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July 3, 2014
5:15 pm
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Bob I already admitted to not thinking it through............ And you know better than to fuel that woman's fire........... The fact that she's already mentioned beheading and guillotine are enough to piss off the Pope............... And more to the point you brought up I did bestow this title upon her and she makes me a serf and a....... a........... poetry sniffer? Does that sound right? I think not. I'll plot in silence........... maybe she'll suffer a painful bee sting or dog bite that'll bring her to her senses.....................

I've always hated that song................. An old GF liked it and I wound up feeling as though I wouldn't have pissed down her throat if her guts were on fire............

 

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July 3, 2014
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And you're for real English English @craigb12 ............... The rest of us are just wannabees...........

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July 3, 2014
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ha ha that made me laugh mate got very broad accent even the locals cannot understand me

July 3, 2014
5:24 pm
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look up midlands accent black country accent u will see what i mean lol hence why you speak better English than me ha ha

July 3, 2014
5:45 pm
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wasn't. Said ur American, im English way i was stating ur more patriotic to the queen than us ha ha and also after listening to black country accent ur English better than mine ha ha

July 3, 2014
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My daughter would think this quite amusing... she's a HUGE Alice in Wonderland fan and probably would often relate me to the Queen of Hearts. The craziest accent I've ever heard was Brad Pitt's character in the movie Snatch. Awesome movie BTW. :)

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July 4, 2014
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Yes agreed the gypsy attempted accent was a bit what!two accents which do not suit English language are Liverpool and black country im one of them,

July 4, 2014
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Actually mate you can hold your head high and know that you speak proper English regardless of your accent...............Old English was actually brought to your country during the Middle ages by Germanic armies invading Britain that overcame parts of it in the early 8th century. The language you now speak is mixture of several European languages brought to Britain by war, slavery and nomadic culture of the time. Most Anglo Saxon dialects were brought together and formed as a necessary single tongue Known as Old English. The Norman invasion brought on the language now known as proper English which was the dominant tongue in most populated parts your country. By the 13th century people in London had adopted this language and as wars slowed the language settled into the most popular form of spoken communication...............London being the most populated are at the time.............. We Americans hacked the language over the years because of the varied mixture of cultures brought to our country after the war for independence........ So @craigb12 even with your accent, you in fact speak better 'English' than I.......................... And that's a fact mate!

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July 4, 2014
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Very impressive killerelite impressed so i Google this and it says the black country accent has always been associated with common,working class and wait for it "thick people"not only am i English but also a bad patriotic Englishman who is common and thick ha ha

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