February 13, 2005 at 08:51 #4414
Hi everybody, it’s been a while! Glad to see my name still works and am flattered on the presumption that it’s been listed by the good people of the TRF heritage society.
Anyways, whenever I make a comeback to these noble shores, it is for good reason and boy – don’t I just have one!
I’ve started seeing this girl who’s young, naive and willing to try anything. The best thing we’ve come up with is a cane o sixtails which is basically an old flagpole battered to the point it’s split six ways. Very painful and messy.
Now from this, I got the thinking that what would be really devilish (for me anyway) would be to use an authentic racing whip. The noise it makes is enough to get the heart racing and if it can get a half tonne machine to move really quickly then………. well there could be kids reading.
So since I have no contact whatsoever with horsey types, I was wondering if you guys could help. Pretty please! A good equiptment site would be cool though if anybody can supply me with one that’s actually been used in a race then I’ll make a donation to the IJF on one’s behalf. An even greater donation if one get me a winning whip and tell us the horse and race.
Much obliged:)February 13, 2005 at 08:51 #3922
For the first time in quite a while, I have found myself in love. This time it isn’t the love for myself, love for my beloved doggy nor love for whatever else in this world needed loving.
Not so long ago, I met a girl called Isabelli who pretty much fulfilled both the ying and the yang that I longed for in my idiosyncratic desire for passion. A quality most girls I have come across could only dream of remonstrating.
It’s a kind of love that comes around only on the rare occassion fate and cupid combine to hit me with something that truly pertains to a part of me lays dormant for long periods.
They say that you have three special women in your life and she is surely one of them.
Since it was my personification of cool, on top of everything else, that made her fall for me, it would be pretty uncool of me to scream from the rooftops so I figured that I’d best use an inconspicuous racing forum to do the same:biggrin:
I’M IN LOVE!!!<br>February 13, 2005 at 09:45 #90413
Very good luck to you, Simon. I hope that it will not be unrequited.
ColinFebruary 13, 2005 at 11:45 #90414jairducochetfanMember
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Good luck Mr Kotkijet. Your life is about as different from mine as possible but I wish you the best of luck.February 13, 2005 at 17:05 #90415
Ah yeah, valentines day. She doesn’t believe in calender based consumption (I am lucky!) but I’ll prolly write a little heart felt poem for her all the same.
She’s Belgian, Beautiful and Political and she can speak better English than I can.February 13, 2005 at 17:06 #90416dave jayMember
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Well done Kotki !!
If she is Flemish you’ll have to get her into washing her drawers. They’re not too good in the cleaning department. I lived over there for a few years and the Flemish seemed to have a higher proportion of mingers than the birds in other places I stayed in.
Apart from the fatherly advise, all the best.February 13, 2005 at 20:29 #90417ZozMember
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Nice one Kotki, good luck to you (and her :biggrin: )February 13, 2005 at 20:49 #90418cormack15Keymaster
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Spring is obviously almost upon us.
I thought this might woo her-
A beautiful Belgian from Flanders,<br>Her underwear she never launders,<br>Met a young Kotkijet,<br>Who enjoyed a wee bet,<br>And now all of her money he squanders!!
Seriously though Kotki – good luck in your pursuitFebruary 13, 2005 at 20:57 #90419
Simon doesn’t bet, Corm.
ColinFebruary 14, 2005 at 10:57 #90420robertyleaMember
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I don’t know – I was once mad about a Belgian man and his personal hygiene (not to mention written/spoken English) was better than most British men I have met.
And saying humbug to Valentines day can only be a good thing.
Anyway, I will send as many congratulations and good wishes as an embittered cynic can send…
ElaineFebruary 14, 2005 at 11:03 #90421MeshaheerMember
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The best of luck Kotki.
Anyone else to have a nice V-Day? I’m spending it in the land of the unrequited (again). :(
Valentine’s Day for me is about girlie single’s nights in anyway, so I can have fun with plenty of takeaway, ice cream and slushy films!February 14, 2005 at 12:34 #90422
:( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :( :(February 14, 2005 at 15:04 #90423robertyleaMember
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Having spent V-Day last year lying on the floor getting drunk, crying and throwing up having been dumped by someone I mistakenly thought was special the night before, I am trying to avoid all couple-y things this year. But have a nice day to all those happy people :biggrin:February 14, 2005 at 16:06 #90424MullyMember
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DeletedFebruary 14, 2005 at 16:28 #90425tootingMember
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as someone who met and fell in love with his future wife, when in his first year at Uni, and who 21 Valentines on can safely say he loves her much, much more now than he even did then, I still feel obliged to suggest this:
<br>Shag her, and move on…
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