Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Turin, Aug 9, 2003.
*Grabs bucket of ice cubes and pours them down Nik's shirt*
ha! take that
Now that's a bad mental picture.
Oh good, that'll wash off some of the mud. *grabs chocolate pudding bucket and dumps it over Kris's head*
Anyone want some pie? *throws pie at Nik's face*
Good thing I made applesauce this week. *grabs bucket of applesauce and hurls at Kris*
*momentarily get a little creeped out by Unraveller fondling the honey jars*
*Stops fondling Nienor's 'honey jars' and whips hands behind back*
*whistles nonchalantly while casually surveying the corners of the room*
honey, applesauce, jello, chocolate pudding, ice cubes, mud, whiped cream and what ever else I missed - - add some burn/overcooked meat, potatos and mushy peas and we have oursleves a good old school food fight!
one question though Arwen, what kind of pie
Apple, she went apple picking the other week.
I can assure you, it ain't cherry.
Maybe cream pie later though
Unraveller, either You have a very dirty mind or I do. Maybe a cream pie later. Am I the only one seeing how wrong this is? BTW my money is on you being the dirty minded one.
*start setting up shower stall, I'm gonna make me some money here*
You already know the truth, we both do
*rinses self then takes hose & sprays Nik down with ice cold water in the face*
Looks like HI changed it to a water fight!
So I'll add free for all; and the NO HOSE rule as well
*Grabs super soaker and soaks HI*
I see not much has changed
That's not true!
Since AW stopped coming around, it smells different.
Sorcha! Darling how are you? It's great to see you floating about still. <3
Well that would enplane the lack of that weird creepy smell that used to hunt this place.
OK ladies. Here's your opportunity to do something meaningful. It's time to make a difference.
Oops...... lessee....guess I can cut and paste.
Home: News Stories:
Women Send Their Panties To Myanmar In Protest
Women in several countries have begun sending their panties to Myanmar embassies in a culturally insulting gesture of protest against the recent brutal crackdown in the region.
"It's an extremely strong message in Burmese and in all Southeast Asian culture," says Liz Hilton, who supports an activist group that launched the 'Panties for Peace' drive earlier this week.
The group behind the campaign, Lanna Action for Burma, says the country's superstitious generals, especially junta leader Gen. Than Shwe, believe that contact with women's underwear saps them of power.
The military in Myanmar crushed mass anti-regime demonstrations recently and continues to hunt down and imprison those who took part.
Hilton sats women in Thailand, Australia, Singapore, England and other European countries have started sending or delivering their underwear to Myanmar missions following coordination among activist organizations.
"You can post, deliver or fling your panties at the closest Burmese Embassy any day from today. Send early, send often!", she says.
Infectious in the cant get enough of you way, or the scratchy, rash covered, quick see a doctor way?
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