Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by VampiressRN, Aug 21, 2005.
Oh,damn. There go my tactics. Err...
<mp is not familiar with that move and is feeling quite over matched>
Well I am really about to be out of this match if I do not do something drastic. It is a tad risky, but I am willing to follow the P-T-F route despite the obvious disadvantage.
MP moves backwards to Uxbridge
Weeellllllll, I don't think this has been done since the famous Halliday scandal of 1876, but I think that would let me go with Aldgate.
<PDA Bach stirs, looks around, sees nothing happening, turns over and leaves a wake up call for when the conversation returns to talk of underwear.>
Oh, thanks. Now I can't move anywhere and forfeit my turn.
As long as PDA Bach does not move, I can skip through a double station. I will take this chance and move to Camden Town. I know this move is not allowed in some of the contemporary versions, but I assume we are sticking to the classic rules (with the Mulberry amendments but that goes without saying).
I am able to multi task and discuss various topics while I win ? er ? I mean play games. Underwear is not a topic I am very familiar with as I have scant scene a pair (where mine or others) in quite some time
<PDA Bach is often accused of not moving while in bed. He attributes it to sound sleeping rather than selfishness. Rolling over in his sleep, he is heard to mumur someting that sounds vaguely like "Aldgate East" but which couldn't be.>
Intersting move to Aldgate East. I am not sure where you are going with this but I am going to keep an eye on you!
Of course you know where I'm going. It's the name of the game isn't it?
Careful of that eye. I'm prone to suddenly jumping up, turning around and yelping. I wouldn't want you to have to wear a patch.
Your yelping might be due to the fact that I've "towel snapped" you with my knickers/underwear basically because I have no clue what is going on in here, so I'm having a very good time entertaining myself!!!
And yes, see . . . both my hands are in plain view!!!
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