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19-02-2016, 03:05 PM
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Nom, that's hilarious

Guess you're in BIG trouble now..
Nah they cant find me in my cave system, but i wll expect the usual threats.
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19-02-2016, 03:12 PM
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Hi

Only you could get away with that one Nom.

You are my hero.

Well said that man.
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19-02-2016, 03:18 PM
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All this info is amazing! I had no idea what a poink was so I assumed it was a prod from the pointed end of an umbrella.... looks like I was wrong and it originated from ancient stories. TessA gave the original story, but she never mentioned
"Dancing starkers round their handbags to the sound of YMCA."
I used to be a dancer some years ago and I am now wondering if I would be a suitable apprentice because, I am sure it is well known that I and some of my friends, on here, have experience in dealing with difficult men!
Tess , if I am suitable please send me a note,
and Nom, all I can say to you is BEWARE!
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19-02-2016, 03:34 PM
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Codswallop it all started at the OFF Christmas party, and as usual Lead by the Dark Mod M, things got rather out of control.

After parking their broom sticks the coven held a meeting to reaffirm to try and dominate the world. Not being as clever or strong as men they decided to try their luck with poinkers. Only the four Offers of the Apocalypse, could manage too lift one, and it was then decided to allow initiations to novices, after said initiation said newbies were allowed pillows as the poor things are just to weak.

Every now and then when the moon is full they decant to a dark forest, here they perform there rites. Dancing starkers round their handbags to the sound of YMCA.

Now this is a sight you must avoid, if you have curly hair it will straiten it, and if you have straight hair it will curl it.

Of course they practice evil and hate all blokes, and spend time chanting about separating men from their cash and sticking their poinkers (knitting needles) into voodoo type dolls.

Afterwards they need to rest so they retire to a cake shop for tea and battenburg.
Oh dear Nom!

I think you've just opened your own can of "woims" right there!!!
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19-02-2016, 04:05 PM
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Brace yourself
Flex your digit
Poink, straight and true!

All of this story is completely fictitious and bears no resemblance to any person or happening ever!
“Poinking” is a virtual poke in the eye, used to convey annoyance and should never be used in real life! (Especially on lions)

As apprentice Poinker (Black Belt) I should like to add that no animals were hurt.
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19-02-2016, 04:07 PM
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It all sounds a bit technical to me; I think I will stay away from the poink - it could rebound on one, as it were
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19-02-2016, 04:11 PM
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I looked it up in the dictionary & I can't say what it means on here, but I had never heard of it before. Have I led a sheltered life then?
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19-02-2016, 04:15 PM
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Re: The origin and history of the poink

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I looked it up in the dictionary & I can't say what it means on here, but I had never heard of it before. Have I led a sheltered life then?
I'm looking right now....
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19-02-2016, 04:17 PM
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me too!

ETA
Well, something sexual. Who'd have thought?
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19-02-2016, 04:22 PM
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me too!

ETA
Well, something sexual. Who'd have thought?
It has many definitions it seems...
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