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MadameLavender
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Restarting the thread from where we left off here:

https://deepundergroundpoetry.com/forum/speakeasy/read/10067/3450/

Was getting too many pages.

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cold_fusion said:that's cute...the word for microwave

Mate!   (lol..what else )

what you think of Plaid Cymru?


I have no idea what that is.


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Have you ever eaten any combination of foods, that you thought were going to be disgusting together, but it turned out to be not so bad after all?




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cold_fusion
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long time ago...couldn't imagine sultanas in a rice dish that is served with a spicy sauce. Not disgusting but thought sweet and spicy won't go that well back then...

your favorite place to be in your Autumn?

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Driving thru hills and valleys seeing all the fall colors

Who invented the umbrella?

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Robert W Patten
Do you think that I have looked it up through google?

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lepperochan
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"Plaid Cymru"  I think the kingdom is safe enough. they're very patient,  not like those angry Irish..


umbrella, dunno probably some 'gentleman' in India


Edit: hard to tell, Lady. you look wisdomful, chances are you knew it already

if you picked up a winning scratch card from the ground would the money be yours without guilt

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Ralph_Tamez
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Actually it was his son..but close enough lol..

Hey..where's the next question? Hmp

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cold_fusion
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lepperochan said:"Plaid Cymru"  I think the kingdom is safe enough. they're very patient,  not like those angry Irish..


umbrella, dunno probably some 'gentleman' in India


Edit: hard to tell, Lady. you look wisdomful, chances are you knew it already

if you picked up a winning scratch card from the ground would the money be yours without guilt


not mine


your answer!?

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lepperochan
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mine, free of guilt 😀


are you subjugated by a foreign family  

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cold_fusion
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lepperochan said:mine, free of guilt 😀


are you subjugated by a foreign family  


i am a republican...no not the American one...but one who wishes the commonwealth becomes truly independent... Like RSA and other nations


Last visit to Belfast?

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lepperochan
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was there last year. still prefer Derry to be honest, feels much more inclusive / tolerant. though it'd be a stretch to say all is forgiven from any perspective



a memorable live performance by any band / artist (don't have to have been there ) and why ?

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Ralph_Tamez
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Steeley Dan.. Great artist, Great music , Great pot, Good beer, Great crowd, with a good friend, and great evening

Same question as above


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Miss_Sub
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Muse Drones tour. It was incredible.

What was the last thing you cooked?

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ImperfectedStone
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Genuinely The Moomins, it's new to me, the plot is lovely and the animation dreamy.

Which fictional character would you bring to life if you could and why?

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Ahavati
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ImperfectedStone said:

Which fictional character would you bring to life if you could and why?


Anne Elliot from Jane Austin's Persuasion because of her impeccable character in dealing with societal snobs, combative individuals, and unethical situations.  Bonus for her patience in allowing life to present itself naturally vs attempting to manipulate and mold its course to suit her own personal desires.   Hmmm that sounds like inspiration for a poem. . .

Your thoughts on stillness?

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