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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkRose
    it took me a while to figure out what ROTFLMAO and OMG meant.
    So it' not "floor mat", or "flat room" then?

    http://www.wordsmith.org/anagram/index.html

    ...oops, i'm wasting cyber space again

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    Davec, you're a riot! Either that or you'll start one with your itsy bitsy signature. HA! You're just too much. Ccafe has his hands full with you.

    Anyway, I ran a few words through the anagram server and picked a good one:

    "Mocha lattes" rearranged = "Eat hot clams"
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  3. #23
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    Hello again...

    I love the anogram web site!

    Another thought .... You know, these animated coffee beans take up lots of server space, especially when you add up how many times they're used.

    = 2352 bytes

    = 2460 bytes

    = 1485 bytes

    Do you think we should go on a diet and cut them out for a while?

    Rose

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    Better idea - More choco puffs, less "quoting" posters.

    Quoting a poster is essentially doubling the space that the original poster intended to use in the first place. I motion to have the quote option reserved only for emergencies.

    Again I say, Keep the Puffs.
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  5. #25
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    I agree, the long quote boxes are usually unnecessary.

    The coco-puffs are a much cuter touch.

    Rose

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    I tried putting the word "starbucks" through the anagram server....don't know why I hadn't done it before...brings up more results than you would think.

    I liked "Burst Sack" best....sounded painful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batavier
    While we''re off topic and on the subject of correct spelling. CCafe should perhaps have a second look at his signature...

    *hides*
    This just popped into the thread. It wasn't there before.???

    Anyway, must we continue with the CCafe bashing? I think he's been through enough and is doing a good job of staying on top of things here.

    Do we have to constantly bring up all of his many shortcomings?

    (Boy, am I just begging to be ousted by the forum kings or what?)
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  8. #28
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    Hello,

    That posting from Batavier was there a few days ago. I'm surprised you didn't see it. I think it was originally on on page one of this thread, but somehow it ended up on the top of page two.

    CCafe is doing a great job of keeping the forum members in line.
    As you know, it's a tough job ... but somebody has to do it.

    Please be nice to our friend, CCafe. You don't want to get booted out!

    Rose

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    Yep, he's a good guy.

    I'm sure he knows that my antics are coming from a good place.
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    I don't mind the bashing its can be quite fun at times. As for sever space its not that big of a deal. We just like to stay on top of things.
    Have you ever walked through the aisle of your local grocer and smelled the death of a dying bean?

 

 
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