what do we look like

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what do we look like

Postby Andrew MacLean » Thu 31 May 2007 10:01 am

I've wondered for some time what the folk on the forum actually look like? Some have posted photographs, Louise, Gareth, etc.

But what about the rest of you?

To start things rolling, here is me

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Postby Michael P » Thu 31 May 2007 6:06 pm

Andrew, this is really spooky; you look exactlly as I envisaged

If anybody wants to see me I will be available for viewing at the KC conference on 30 June 8).

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Postby ChrisK » Thu 31 May 2007 6:58 pm

Michael Parnes wrote:Andrew, this is really spooky; you look exactlly as I envisaged

If anybody wants to see me I will be available for viewing at the KC conference on 30 June 8).


:lol:

How much are the tickets for the Michael viewing?

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Postby Pat A » Thu 31 May 2007 7:33 pm

Louise
Do you realise we'll have to sell tickets for the Michael viewings at the conference now....as well as confiscate the chocolate, twiglets & wine......hey that's a thought - what do you reckon - a bar of chocolate gets a viewing......? :twisted:
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Postby Michael P » Thu 31 May 2007 7:44 pm

What a good idea!

I could sit in a little cubicle ( no not that one!) or behind a drawn curtain and I could make a charge for private viewings with all takings being donated to the KC Group; far better than having wet sponges or rotten fruit thrown at me. (We don't seem to have an Emoticon for complete idiot!)

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Postby ChrisK » Thu 31 May 2007 7:59 pm

Pat A wrote:Louise
Do you realise we'll have to sell tickets for the Michael viewings at the conference now....as well as confiscate the chocolate, twiglets & wine......hey that's a thought - what do you reckon - a bar of chocolate gets a viewing......? :twisted:


Does the type of viewing depend on the type of chocolate?

If so I'll remember to avoid bringing a fruit and nut bar. :shock:

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Postby Louise Pembroke » Fri 01 Jun 2007 11:05 am

Ha this is great! Me and Pat in our suits with telephone wire around our ears looking well 'ard frisking people for chocolate.
You do realise Michael that we take 50% of your chocolate, that's commission, only fair!
Then of course you could charge accordingly for more *ahem* graphic viewings :twisted:

Andrew, lets have you in another cubicle offering blessings!

Hey we could have a whole range of fundraising cubicles.....
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Postby Andrew MacLean » Fri 01 Jun 2007 2:24 pm

Louise

unfortunately I can't make the conference: the very next day is a working day for me, and I have to be in West Central Scotland for that :D

Anyhow, with my picture adorning the top of the string, nobody needs to wonder what I look like, so even fewer would want to pay to confirm what they already know.

By the way; this picture is of me in my summer suit. I have one in more sombre colours for the winter

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Postby Louise Pembroke » Fri 01 Jun 2007 2:28 pm

come on people, think of more cubicles and what you could offer !
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Postby cherishu2 » Fri 01 Jun 2007 2:29 pm

mmmmm i thought youd be a little taller /Andrew :lol:

Well i scrolled down hoping to see all piccies of you lot. Not 1 piccie :?
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