Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Smuel, May 3, 2012.
I apologize. Also, good morning.
I used to draw stick figures too!
You keep saying good morning at 7:30 pm BUT THAT'S UNPOSSIBLE!
Now, good morning.
At some point two time zones east of me, it is a Good Morning.
Indeed it is. Good morning.
Hmm... the forum's policy on double posting is going to make it difficult to keep this extravaganza going. Anyway... Good morning.
Huh. Apparently my "good lunch" didn't come through. Screw you forum
You could just keep one post that you edit each day (if no one else replies to this extravaganza after a point), though I suppose if you didn't manage to say good morning each and every morning it may incur a massive loss of peer respect. I for one would be disgusted with you. I'm already pretty ashamed that you posted Good Morning when it was actually the afternoon (according to my clock the forum's GMT isn't taking into account daylight saving's time - so you actually posted at 12:08); you're erroding the foundations of what could have been something beautiful. Also...
EDIT: Had to disable those damnable smilies, after editting in my wittism about it being 12:08. Stupid smilies, ruining my life.
I don't think that editing the last post would work, because it wouldn't bump the thread up, so nobody would read it any more and eventually it would slip off the front page, becoming lost in the fetid rectum of literature that is old House of Lords posts.
Good evening. You could delete your previous post and create a new post containing both posts. With date tags if you like. Or just double-post.
I would favourite it and check every day. I guess you'd never know if I was actually checking, but is that a risk you'd be willing to take if by not posting you'll lose face to the members of this fine forum? I think not. Or you could just do what friartuck said, delete the last post everyday and then feature it as a quote in the next post - thereby keeping the thread eternally bumped.
Also, by my watch, good midday exactly.
Good morning - in about two minutes.
I shall NEVER do what friartuck said!
Though, actually, it's a pretty good idea. I might do that.
Good midday. Almost.
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