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Party to welcome Spy

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Thread Starter 
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I shoulda known.

But didn't click until.... today.

Please welcome Spy.

Spy is someone with brains who makes mine look like sludge. Spy talks in four languages at once, and has about 20 arms, as I see it.

And yes, Spy is a Russian who now lives in croc-land along with Emmaline and others....

Mind you, I was suprised at the choice of name. I'd wondered if Spy would come, but somehow, Spy was the last name I would have thought of for Spy.

Just shows that Spy is smart.
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Originally Posted by Momtezuma Tuatara
Spy is someone with brains who makes mine look like sludge. Spy talks in four languages at once, and has about 20 arms, as I see it.
... and the sun shines out of her backside! :

... what brains?? Where? :

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Mind you, I was suprised at the choice of name. I'd wondered if Spy would come, but somehow, Spy was the last name I would have thought of for Spy.
...says the lady whose name I can't even pronounce in one go and who I would have never identified were it not for the mention of the Book ... speaking of brains... :

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Don't mind me ladies, I am just enjoying the company of mothers who think... nice change for me
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Originally Posted by Spy
... and the sun shines out of her backside! :

... what brains?? Where? :
Hey look Spy. When these people get to know you, they will have as much admiration as I do, for someone who has been through as much as you have, and come out of it all sane, and more than that, with a thinking intelligent point of view.

It is so good to have a "horse's mouth" on the board. No-one can say that we can't have the POV of someone who lived in Russia during the diphtheria "pandemic" with an unvaccinated child, yet never knew there was a pandemic until they left the country ... and found out by reading all the provaccine literature about it, and had to back track to try to figure out exactly what was going on.

I mean, how classic is that?

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...says the lady whose name I can't even pronounce in one go and who I would have never identified were it not for the mention of the Book ... speaking of brains... :
Oh. Sorry. Did I not tell you my username.

See, that's how stupid I am as a friend.

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Don't mind me ladies, I am just enjoying the company of mothers who think... nice change for me
Well, like I say, I'm delighted you are here.

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It is obscenely early on this side of the world, but--
Good morning, Spy! Nice to meetcha & welcome
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glad to have you here
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who's spy? : Someone PM me with the intel.


. . . I'm always the last to know . . . :
post #10 of 50
Hi Spy, welcome to Mothering.

There is a reason that we call MT, MT. Her user name is impossible to spell or pronounce, which should protect her from the secret police...

Deborah
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Hello!!!! Welcome
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Hi Spy. That name makes me want to rhyme. I spy a pumpkin pie with my eye...
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Welcome! I look forward to hearing your thoughts on the subject at hand!
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Spy who came in from the cold?

Or a Northern Spy? So you could be the apple of our eye?
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Dobroi nochi Mr(s). Spy!
Kak dyela?













Someone tell me who Spy is PLEASE
post #18 of 50
Gitti, when you know, can you pass the info on to me, too, please?
post #19 of 50
Hello Spy ! So very glad MT introduced you.

OT: I just learned today how to say "here kitty kitty " in Russian. More of a ktsk ktsk sound.
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Oh no, we have a spy on our board!

Welcome to MDC!!
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