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#1 2017-03-16 21:20:16

pocketomilk
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Hello and thankyou, new bris member

Hi All, ive spent a while reading and learning much from many of you more wise than I on all matters silver and more, so as others have said, thankyou for the free education.
Have recently begun stalking the trading section and have had the pleasure of trading with some great SS members so far and hopefully more of you down the track.
My daughter has even started her own stack, yet still wants a cat for her bday...maybe a panda will do;)
Anyway its all good fun and well worth it!

Cheers,
Milk

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#2 2017-03-16 23:27:30

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Re: Hello and thankyou, new bris member

Welcome smile

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#3 2017-03-17 02:15:36

mmm....shiney!
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Re: Hello and thankyou, new bris member

Buy her a cat.

And welcome. smile


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#4 2017-03-17 03:46:47

Stoic Phoenix
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Re: Hello and thankyou, new bris member

Get her a dog.
Partner wanted a cat.
She got given a dog.
She reckons its the best cat she has ever owned.

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#5 2017-03-17 04:04:10

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Re: Hello and thankyou, new bris member

Welcome along


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#6 2017-03-17 04:46:55

pocketomilk
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Re: Hello and thankyou, new bris member

Stoic Phoenix wrote:

Get her a dog.
Partner wanted a cat.
She got given a dog.
She reckons its the best cat she has ever owned.

Her pet rat was the trial mammal, its lot in life turned out to be a temporary emotional punching bag for a toy poodle...
Whos to say whether it enjoyed any part of that though if it werent for those interactions it would have led a lonely existence indeed;)
Yeah so not cat:)
I believe the era of affordable chinese robotics will be my saviour this year, furnishing her floor with a relativley cheap and emotionally neutral pet;)

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#7 2017-03-17 07:21:38

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Re: Hello and thankyou, new bris member

Welcome

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#8 2017-03-19 23:36:18

adze67
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Re: Hello and thankyou, new bris member

Ahoy and Welcome Aboard smile
Great trading with you mate big_smile


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#9 2017-03-20 02:29:45

kiona
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Re: Hello and thankyou, new bris member

Hi there!

We've kind of met already.... bidding against each other in a couple of auctions smile
Good to see you're enjoying the forum, awesome bunch of people here!

If you do seriously consider getting your daughter a cat, I suggest a male Manx. Their personality is more like a dog than a cat - they love being around people and other animals and generally being in on the action of whatever is happening around the household. Also they don't have a tail which seems to give them a bit of "attitude" -- most likely won't take no crap from the poodle lol


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#10 2017-03-20 03:31:00

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Re: Hello and thankyou, new bris member

kiona wrote:

Hi there!

We've kind of met already.... bidding against each other in a couple of auctions smile
Good to see you're enjoying the forum, awesome bunch of people here!

If you do seriously consider getting your daughter a cat, I suggest a male Manx. Their personality is more like a dog than a cat - they love being around people and other animals and generally being in on the action of whatever is happening around the household. Also they don't have a tail which seems to give them a bit of "attitude" -- most likely won't take no crap from the poodle lol

Thanks, yeah a few good bid battles still to come i reckon;) numismatic ups/downs are still beyond my expertise so i keep it simple.

Will do some googlin' on that manx, could be an option, after all the poodle needs putting in its place mate and doesnt take orders from humans.

Cheers mate

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