Friday, June 11, 2004

Where did the time go?

It appears dogs has unearthed an historical artifactIs life passing you by? Ever wondered where did the time go? Clicky here to find out

From another site that i won't name for the same reason as mmChronic has given.I looked in my stats for my site Look At This... and found he had been to my site and he had ripped 2 days of stuff off me without a single credit.Twunt.

20 comments:

mmChronic said...

yay for delinking snaky bastards! :)

Give us a clue....

ILuvNUFC said...

Something to eat.com is a big a clue as i will give.

mmChronic said...

Which an American might eat at bedtime?

ILuvNUFC said...

And probably breakfast as well... and dinner and tea.Probably.
:)

mmChronic said...

Bunch of bariatrics! :)

ILuvNUFC said...

We must be number 1 in Google for that word are we?

mmChronic said...

Nope - but if you combine it with any other New Links frequently used word like say fsck it is....

ILuvNUFC said...

We are the ONLY site for bariatric twunt.YAY!

mmChronic said...

Then you have found a Google Whack. Yay! Although to be genuine both words should be in the dictionary. I hereby announce The Northumbrian Dictionary, Ed. 1. which will have twunt on page 73.

ILuvNUFC said...

How about other people chip in with words for our dictionary? I will start us off with Charvers,Sundlind and the unwashed.

ILuvNUFC said...

* -the

mmChronic said...

Minging.

ILuvNUFC said...

Hoose

mmChronic said...

W W W OOO BBB !!
W W W O O B B !!
W W W O O BBB !!
W W W O O B B
W W OOO BBB !!

mmChronic said...

Well taht came out shite...

WOB! was what it should have read...

ILuvNUFC said...

More our word really.Not sure if it could make our Northumbrian Dictionary.

Yem!

mmChronic said...

I'v alway spelt that as hyem...

As for Wob being our word - as we will be the ruling class of Northumbria we will get to decide what words to include in the dictionary.

Interesting aside. You know the fanzine thing we did the the white WOB! logo on on a black background? I found out years later WOB is a magazine/printing term which means White On Black! How fsckin schpooky is that!

mmChronic said...

And I've alway spelt "I've" as "I've" - until the last comment anyway! :)

ILuvNUFC said...

Spooky!

ILuvNUFC said...

Signing off now as Junior is due in.Looks like you are on you're own now ;(