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Offline Wils

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FACEBOOK - "Friends of Caergybi.com" group
« on: Thursday 23 March 2017, 1643 »
Hi folks


Just thought I'd let you know about the "Friends of Caergybi.com" facebook group - it exists for anyone and everyone who has an interest in this site and the idiots who contribute to it.  If you want to talk about this daft site, or you have any questions etc etc (maybe you were a member a while ago and you'd like to post again, but you can't remember your details, or you have any kind of query), please consider joining the FB group.


It's free, and apart from having to take three nude photos of yourself there are no joining requirements.
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Re: FACEBOOK - "Friends of Caergybi.com" group
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 23 March 2017, 1808 »
I'd love to do this, Wils, but ... I'm not hooked up to FaceBook ...

And I'm not too certain about the joining requirements, either ...

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« Reply #2 on: Thursday 23 March 2017, 1823 »
Don't worry Jean, I've already got the photos.

Plus, go on Facebook.
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« Reply #3 on: Thursday 23 March 2017, 2126 »
Blithering Facebook!

What is this Fecebook pethna, and what can we do on there that we can't do on here?
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« Reply #4 on: Thursday 23 March 2017, 2131 »
You can "like" posts from people who are your "friends" who are actually people you've never met, ever, but your mate knows one of their cousins.

As Omjit Dali said, "Before Facebook, i had to go round each one of my friend's houses to see if they liked a picture of my dog."
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« Reply #5 on: Friday 24 March 2017, 1328 »

As Omjit Dali said, "Before Facebook, i had to go round each one of my friend's houses to see if they liked a picture of my dog."

I see.

And did your mate Derek do the same with pictures of his cat?

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« Reply #6 on: Friday 24 March 2017, 1642 »
My mate Derek, who knew my uncle Penrhos from the days when Caergybi.com was known as Benllech, didn't have any pictures of his cat because his cat was very publicity shy. Never a great one for the cameras, he tended to avoid the trappings of celebrity and regularly wore false dog ears as a disguise.

Unfortunately he responded to a Piers Morgan retweet about mice one day and his cover was blown, and he's been in hiding ever since.

We don't really like talking about it.
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Re: FACEBOOK - "Friends of Caergybi.com" group
« Reply #7 on: Friday 24 March 2017, 1704 »
Um.

Im not sure that Cod who works down the Sealink would approve of the currency to gerrinto the facebook group. He is a man of high morals and impeccable shirtfronts.

It seems he prefers money. (btw:payable to me.) At least I think that's what he meant when he said it was a non denominational and called you a heathen.
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« Reply #8 on: Friday 24 March 2017, 1819 »
Come to think of it he did say the naked photo requirement didn't apply to you.  Anyway he isn't around, so I'M THE DADDY NOW!
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« Reply #9 on: Friday 24 March 2017, 1859 »
He is omnipresent.

No honest, he is. It's scary and I'm not scared of much, being gifted in the testosterone department and that.

And as for your futile declaration...



Back in your cage, Mwnci. I'm the MAMMY.
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« Reply #10 on: Friday 24 March 2017, 2327 »
1 you spelt testicle wrong
2 if by "back in your" you mean "punch my f@ckwitted, flange" and
3 if by "cage" you mean "chops",  then

GLADLY. Bring it in, Orang Utan . You're about as scary as an unassertive and reluctant mouse in a wig that doesn't suit it.
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« Reply #11 on: Saturday 25 March 2017, 0041 »
You can "like" posts from people who are your "friends" who are actually people you've never met, ever, but your mate knows one of their cousins.

As Omjit Dali said, "Before Facebook, i had to go round each one of my friend's houses to see if they liked a picture of my dog."

And you can nick other peoples stuff and "share" it on facebook which saves you the trouble and effort of thinkinking up something original yourself.
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« Reply #12 on: Saturday 25 March 2017, 1056 »
Yes just like Reenie did with my poetry that time, and then put it in a Dutch book, AFTER admitting ripping my stuff off.
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Re: FACEBOOK - "Friends of Caergybi.com" group
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 25 March 2017, 1129 »
Sue her sir!

Sue her for every penny she's got.
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« Reply #14 on: Saturday 25 March 2017, 1219 »
I would but i don't see the point. In effect, all that money she's sitting on is mine, so I'd really just be sueing myself. I haven't got the fight in me to sue myself, and then try to defend myself.


No. Let's just all agree that Reenie is a nasty little phwcr and leave it at that.
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« Reply #15 on: Saturday 25 March 2017, 2326 »
So do you mean that Derek's publicity-shy cat wore ears that belonged to a false dog?

But what exactly is a false dog?

Is it a cat?

And does this mean that Derek's cat cleverly disguised itself by wearing cat ears so that it could chase the mouse that was trying to avoid pursuit disguised in an unsuitable wig ... ?

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« Reply #16 on: Sunday 26 March 2017, 1012 »
Does this false dog also possess false unspecified cat powers?
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« Reply #17 on: Sunday 26 March 2017, 1133 »
These are all very good questions. The answer is a friendly bear named Clarence.

Derek's false cat wore false ears from a false dog, because the false dog's false nose had no nose. The mouse was disguised as the dog, but without the ears it had no chance, and it slipped back into a life of relative obscurity in Bodorgan cats home.

The false dog did indeed possess false unspecified cat powers, including false climbing up fences with scratchy claws and miawing at false mice. He is now appearing with Bernie Winters and Emu in Ysbyty Theatre Gwynedd for the foreseeable future.

The cat, which may or may not have also been the dog, declined to be interviewed, and instead ate a lump of cheese in an unsuitable wig going, "Squeek!"
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« Reply #18 on: Sunday 26 March 2017, 2249 »
So what happened to Clarence?  And why was he named after the Cones Hotline?

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« Reply #19 on: Sunday 26 March 2017, 2311 »
These are all very good questions. The answer is a friendly bear named Clarence.

Derek's false cat wore false ears from a false dog, because the false dog's false nose had no nose. The mouse was disguised as the dog, but without the ears it had no chance, and it slipped back into a life of relative obscurity in Bodorgan cats home.

The false dog did indeed possess false unspecified cat powers, including false climbing up fences with scratchy claws and miawing at false mice. He is now appearing with Bernie Winters and Emu in Ysbyty Theatre Gwynedd for the foreseeable future.

The cat, which may or may not have also been the dog, declined to be interviewed, and instead ate a lump of cheese in an unsuitable wig going, "Squeek!"

I've got a cat. 5 in fact I think,  possibly 6.

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« Reply #20 on: Monday 27 March 2017, 1410 »
I would but i don't see the point. In effect, all that money she's sitting on is mine, so I'd really just be sueing myself. I haven't got the fight in me to sue myself, and then try to defend myself.


No. Let's just all agree that Reenie is a nasty little phwcr and leave it at that.

I can't be assed (yes, as in the americanofied assed) replying to your accusations. It would mean climbing down from my massive money mountain and leaving my Libery in Liberia and the security all my massive loads and bazillions of moolahs give me.

Just to cock a snook to you. then I'd have to climb back on. I'm so languidly loaded, I just cba.

pass me a fig than I cannot give....
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« Reply #21 on: Monday 27 March 2017, 2119 »
Proof, if proof were needed, that crime does pay.

I only hope that one day, you look back on this with candour, and think long and hard about being such a knob.

When that day comes, i will be here to hold you.

Not you as in "knob" you understand.
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« Reply #22 on: Tuesday 28 March 2017, 1517 »
Dude...(I'm so rich I use Dude all the time)....who's Candour?
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« Reply #23 on: Tuesday 28 March 2017, 1558 »
YOU'RE Spartacus.
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