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Re: The origin and history of the poink

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It has many definitions it seems...
Maybe so, but on this site the only acceptable definition is the one from TessA.
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Re: The origin and history of the poink

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Maybe so, but on this site the only acceptable definition is the one from TessA.
Quite right!
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Re: The origin and history of the poink

Originally Posted by Twink55 ->
Maybe so, but on this site the only acceptable definition is the one from TessA.
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Quite right!
I am shocked that anyone would DARE to question our esteemed Poinkness

Quick ... where's the Brandy ?
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19-02-2016, 04:56 PM
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Re: The origin and history of the poink

Oooo, how naughty! Perhaps that's what poor Bingo meant then? Anyone can be an apprentice poinker! knock yourselves out!
Just noticed spelling mistakes in both my posts earlier, apologies!
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19-02-2016, 05:15 PM
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Re: The origin and history of the poink

Originally Posted by Rhian ->
I'm looking right now....
Originally Posted by dinahsmum ->
me too!

ETA
Well, something sexual. Who'd have thought?
I was very surprised at what it meant & that it was even in the dictionary.

Originally Posted by Twink55 ->
Maybe so, but on this site the only acceptable definition is the one from TessA.
Originally Posted by Rhian ->
Quite right!
Originally Posted by Rachel ->
I am shocked that anyone would DARE to question our esteemed Poinkness

Quick ... where's the Brandy ?
I like TessA deffinition best though, right or wrong.
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19-02-2016, 06:09 PM
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Much as I greatly admire the Nom's story telling technique, I am afraid it is simply his way of attempting to discredit us girls, and he knows it.

In fact, I have reason to believe this particular cave dweller is trying to gain favour and influence with the other males of the species in order to hopefully accumulate sufficient back-up to attack and subdue us witches - whoops, I meant lovely ladies. This cannot be allowed to happen.

Fear. That's what is all about girls, they fear our superiority. That, and the fact I have discovered he is an undercover member of the "Northern Old Boys Society' - NOBS for short. These people are women-haters.

I suggest we meet at the coven HQ urgently, to decide what to do about him, before he starts causing us further problems.
I have 4 excellent sniffer dogs who would be delighted to go to earth and explore his cave network if that is any help.
This man's mischief must not be under estimated.
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19-02-2016, 06:14 PM
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@Mups
Have pointy hat, will travel

Keep us posted
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19-02-2016, 06:14 PM
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I just think it's great that we actually have a lot of male members, on other forums I've joined it was mostly females. I like having males on a forum, they ballance it. Most forums are actually administrated by males BTW.
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19-02-2016, 06:20 PM
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Re: The origin and history of the poink

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@Mups
Have pointy hat, will travel

Keep us posted
Bye for now Rhian.

Will catch up with you later!
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19-02-2016, 06:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Boozercruiser ->
Bye for now Rhian.
Will catch up with you later!
My beard wasn't that long the last time I checked BC!

Oh I just looked again, it's her chin!!!
Ha you got me there, "fair do"s!
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