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James Towle (towliff)
From: United Kingdom
Posts: 133
Aye this coticule weekend sounds excellent! Also perfect timing for before I go back to university on October 1st(ish) :lol:
2010-03-10 15:16
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Torben Pedersen (torbenbp)
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From: Denmark
Posts: 1024
Well I`d be honored to push you around in your wheel chair Ralfy:thumbup:

Regards gents
Torben Pedersen
Moellevaenget 15 2th
7900 Nykoebing Mors
Denmark
"If it works dont break it..?"
2010-03-10 21:46
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Marek Bednarz (maro)
Insider
From: Poland
Posts: 224
icontorbenbp:
Though I`m sure you look great in you armour...and no offense..its not really my thing :)
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Do hope you caught the ironic tone...;)

You probably doesn't look like a beautiful, long blond hair princess either, so we can skip that part of rescue mission. :P Sure I do get an irony here. :rolleyes:
iconBart:
If there is interest, I'm willing to organize a Coticule-weekend, somewhere in september 2010 or so.

Of course there is an interest!!! It's 1300+ km in my case, but who cares? We'll be driving two days in the worst case.
We'll probably have to wander around (with Ralfy? :thumbup: ) at the foot of the mountains, looking longingly at you hiking high, as my gf can't afford an intensive effort due to her health condition (the disc falling out). :(
September would be fine although I can't specify the weekend now.

In principle, me and my girlfriend have reached an agreement already, as long as I secure a comfortable bed and a hot shower for her every day. :D

iconjustin:
Dude, Belgium over SPAIN(SPAIN!!!) or TURKEY?! I envy you guys over in Europe for having all those wonderful travel destinations in such close proximity. Belgium in the fall, Switzerland during winter break, Spain during San Fermin. If I enlist maybe I'll get stationed over in Europe somewhere (giggity giggity goo).

Cool down Justin, it's not as brilliant as it may look like from US perspective. :)
And be careful with the enrolment. You may overshoot Europe and get air-dropped farther to the East that you wanted. :lol:
“Progress comes to those who train and train; reliance on secret techniques will get you nowhere.” - Morihei Ueshiba
2010-03-11 19:19
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Dr Ralfson Bwhahaha (tat2Ralfy)
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Posts: 3610
It all sounds good, and tbh I am not as old and unfit as I make out, I even have a full camping set up and a pair of walking boots somewhere..... besides we can drive there cant we?.....Cant we?? ...hahahaha
We Are All Pioneers In Our Own Right.
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Pip Pip Old Bean
2010-03-11 23:10
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Torben Pedersen (torbenbp)
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From: Denmark
Posts: 1024
iconQuote:
In principle, me and my girlfriend have reached an agreement already, as long as I secure a comfortable bed and a hot shower for her every day.



Well so have I... Good job my friend :thumbup:

And it really did hurt my feelings,that you wouldnt think I`d look like a beautyfull princess!:P

Sure hope Sir Bart will find an exact date soon..It will take some planning ahead.
If would be a great little vacation as well...and it is the homeland of my preffered beer ..Leffe!
Torben Pedersen
Moellevaenget 15 2th
7900 Nykoebing Mors
Denmark
"If it works dont break it..?"
2010-03-12 16:54
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caleb duncan (mrmaroon)
From: United States
Posts: 455
Hey bart, if I buy the plane ticket can I bunk at your place? Haha just kidding, I would kill to come see ardenees. Im to cheap to buy a coticule, but I would gladly work in the mines all day to earn one (Or pocket one) whichever is easier!

Im highly anti myspace/facebook and don't have any pictures to post at the moment sorry! I am in college at indiana state university in indiana USA. I am currently majoring in mechanical engineering technology and minoring in industrial management. I work summers as a maintenance machinist (I make replacement parts the maintenance workers use to fix stuff) I have been machining for quite a while and took machine trades in school for 3 years. My hobbies are straights, videogames and guitars. I am still on the lookout for a damned escher hone! I have been to 3 antique stores that have stones that look like eschers, only to go home and lap them and discover they arent :( it will probably make the real escher I get super amazing (or dissapointing)

Also it is because of coticule.be and honing in general that I am deciding to take some geology classes at school to learn more about rocks and how different minerals and things affect honing.
2010-03-14 12:37
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Cinemaphile
From: United States
Posts: 19
I can see it now.... Sir Bart's First-Class Guided Tours of Belgium. Come and see our wonderful coticule and bbw mines in the morning, then spend the day in the mountains hiking the beautiful Andennes, and after you have burned a few thousand calories on your romp through the hills, head into town and straight to the nearest pub or tavern to sample one (or more!) of the many, excellent varieties of beer Belgium has to offer! All under the watchful eyes of the great and renowned founder of the world famous Coticule.be! Truly a man of ages, and him your own personal guide!

(note of disclaimer; "Sir Bart" and all subsidiaries, are not to be held responsible nor liable for any losses of property or person, including but not limited to: life and or limb(s), luggage, wallet(s), clothing including but not limited to: hat(s), toupé(s), coat(s) and or any other articles not herein listed, as well as any purchases made in Belgium during the time of a/the tour(s), of guest(s) on any tour(s). No refund, guarantee, warrant or other claim of satisfaction shall be offered or honored. All tour(s) are attended at the discretion of the attendee(s). Individual/ group results may vary. All local laws and legislation apply.)


;)

Regards

- David
If a French speaking person hears, "Canard!" do they drop to the ground?
2010-05-02 10:35
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Bart Torfs (Bart)
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From: Belgium
Posts: 5001
iconCinemaphile:
I can see it now.... Sir Bart's First-Class Guided Tours of Belgium. Come and see our wonderful coticule and bbw mines in the morning, then spend the day in the mountains hiking the beautiful Andennes, and after you have burned a few thousand calories on your romp through the hills, head into town and straight to the nearest pub or tavern to sample one (or more!) of the many, excellent varieties of beer Belgium has to offer!


That indeed is more or less what I had in mind...:)

The disclaimer is perfect. I owe you a beer for it.:D

Kind regards,
Bart.
Then the light shone, trumpets sounded and I got to the other side, where men shave with smiles on their faces, razors pop hairs, and a continuous choir singing «~~Keen and Smooth~~» is heard everywhere. (Matt)
2010-05-02 12:13
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Cinemaphile
From: United States
Posts: 19
iconQuote:
That indeed is more or less what I had in mind...:)


No problem at all, anything for the Founder ;)

iconQuote:
The disclaimer is perfect. I owe you a beer for it.:D


I'll hold you to that, if I should somehow miracle my way to Belgium for the September shindig. :w00t:


Indubitably,
David
If a French speaking person hears, "Canard!" do they drop to the ground?
2010-05-02 12:23
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Dr Ralfson Bwhahaha (tat2Ralfy)
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Posts: 3610
Bwhahahahaha

"Toupes"

Bwhahahahahaha
We Are All Pioneers In Our Own Right.
The Infamous Coticule Crew
Pip Pip Old Bean
2010-05-02 12:25
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Cinemaphile
From: United States
Posts: 19
Don't you think for a second I don't see what you're doing there, Ralfitus. :sneaky:

Posting things that have no actual importance or value, you're just trying to get to that elusive 1k comments aren't you!?!
And you're not very far from it...:O

Well, here's to your first millennium, and may you contribute many more!:D

Best of wishes
David
If a French speaking person hears, "Canard!" do they drop to the ground?
2010-05-02 12:44
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Dr Ralfson Bwhahaha (tat2Ralfy)
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Posts: 3610
Oh
I hadnt
We Are All Pioneers In Our Own Right.
The Infamous Coticule Crew
Pip Pip Old Bean
2010-05-02 13:01
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Dr Ralfson Bwhahaha (tat2Ralfy)
Associate
Posts: 3610
Thought of that!

Bwhahaha

Many thanks to you kind Sir
Best wishes
Ralfitus Maximus Luniticus
We Are All Pioneers In Our Own Right.
The Infamous Coticule Crew
Pip Pip Old Bean
2010-05-02 13:02
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Cinemaphile
From: United States
Posts: 19
Sheesh, at this rate you'll get there by the end of the day, if not sooner.:lol:

And please, call me David. I am far too young (19 if you were wonderin') to have earned my membership into the knighthood.

Occasionally,
David
If a French speaking person hears, "Canard!" do they drop to the ground?
2010-05-02 13:08
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caleb duncan (mrmaroon)
From: United States
Posts: 455
Where are you located in the US David?
2010-05-03 04:24