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That's as funny as it is disturbing.

BTW - you're now all soapy too.

PS - I'd like a show of hands...With all the chefs jumping overboard, how many of you had the old saying, "too many cooks in the kitchen" roll through your brain?
I'm merely filing the report as an innocent bystander not close enough to the splashing soap, but close enough to smell lavender, Pomade, Old Spice and Vaseline.
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Re: Fond Fairwell

I think the time has come that I must announce that I will no longer be posting in this thread.

I've really enjoyed my time here, and contributing to this topic, but I feel it has drifted so far off from what it was originally made for, I can no longer support this thread.

When this thread was first created, the discussion centered around why and fond farewells were given....but now...well, it's just changed so much. I feel that it's no longer focused and the chances of it coming back around are minimal at best.

Moving forward, I will search for and try to find new threads and topics to post in...just not this one anymore. I want to make it clear that I don't harbor any ill will or feeling to anyone, it's just that it's time for me to move on. I don't feel that the mods should have a private discussion about me leaving this thread, but if they do and anyone would like to discuss this further with me via PM, I'm open to that.

Farewell, "Fond Farewell" thread....

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I think the time has come that I must announce that I will no longer be posting in this thread.

I've really enjoyed my time here, and contributing to this topic, but I feel it has drifted so far off from what it was originally made for, I can no longer support this thread.

When this thread was first created, the discussion centered around why and fond farewells were given....but now...well, it's just changed so much. I feel that it's no longer focused and the chances of it coming back around are minimal at best.

Moving forward, I will search for and try to find new threads and topics to post in...just not this one anymore. I want to make it clear that I don't harbor any ill will or feeling to anyone, it's just that it's time for me to move on. I don't feel that the mods should have a private discussion about me leaving this thread, but if they do and anyone would like to discuss this further with me via PM, I'm open to that.

Farewell, "Fond Farewell" thread....

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I think the time has come that I must announce that I will no longer be posting in this thread.

I've really enjoyed my time here, and contributing to this topic, but I feel it has drifted so far off from what it was originally made for, I can no longer support this thread.

When this thread was first created, the discussion centered around why and fond farewells were given....but now...well, it's just changed so much. I feel that it's no longer focused and the chances of it coming back around are minimal at best.

Moving forward, I will search for and try to find new threads and topics to post in...just not this one anymore. I want to make it clear that I don't harbor any ill will or feeling to anyone, it's just that it's time for me to move on. I don't feel that the mods should have a private discussion about me leaving this thread, but if they do and anyone would like to discuss this further with me via PM, I'm open to that.

Farewell, "Fond Farewell" thread....

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With JoeDiver's masterpiece, I think its time to lock this thread.
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Re: Fond Fairwell

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I think the time has come that I must announce that I will no longer be posting in this thread.

I've really enjoyed my time here, and contributing to this topic, but I feel it has drifted so far off from what it was originally made for, I can no longer support this thread.

When this thread was first created, the discussion centered around why and fond farewells were given....but now...well, it's just changed so much. I feel that it's no longer focused and the chances of it coming back around are minimal at best.

Moving forward, I will search for and try to find new threads and topics to post in...just not this one anymore. I want to make it clear that I don't harbor any ill will or feeling to anyone, it's just that it's time for me to move on. I don't feel that the mods should have a private discussion about me leaving this thread, but if they do and anyone would like to discuss this further with me via PM, I'm open to that.

Farewell, "Fond Farewell" thread....

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Frankly, this is a slap in the face to all of the serious posters who have contributed to this thread.
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Re: Fond Fairwell

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Re: Fond Fairwell

"BTW / Nttatwwt / Iblt " edit - missed one DLTDHYOTAOTWO

IWPWUWSIDHTKLTUITUD - I wish people would use words so I don't have to keep looking things up in the urban dictionary

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"BTW / Nttatwwt / Iblt "

IWPWUWSIDHTKLTUITUD - I wish people would use words so I don't have to keep looking things up in the urban dictionary

Sorry... I thought IBTL ( In Before The Lock) was well known in forum land.

My mistake
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Sorry... I thought IBTL ( In Before The Lock) was well known in forum land.

My mistake
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