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Misty Rain
post Dec 8 2004, 09:46 AM
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Morning all


Having had a brief silly spell the virgin day stretches enticingly before me.

Do I get the mixer out and make lots of nice concrete?
I could wear a corset for that.
Every one should have a working corset.

Do I go back to bed?

I could go back to bed, with or without corset.


Should I go into Bath or Bristol Xmas shopping?


Now here is the justification for being in the silly fact department:-

When you do not have to do any thing the one thing that controls you is your bowel.
Yes we are all bowel controlled.
You do not think about it usually because you work in shops offices etc where there are lavvies but in towns around here there are nice caffs I do not use because the lavies are exercises in germ warfare.

So bowels rule OK?

Misty Rain - ramblingly philosophical.

I will go to Bristol but I am not washing.
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post Dec 9 2004, 05:41 AM
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I vote: Go back to bed. Wear the corset only if someone else is going with you... They're not much good for sleeping, but the other bed centered activity is great...


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post Dec 9 2004, 05:26 PM
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[quote=Quoth(The Raven),Dec 9 2004, 05:41 AM]
I vote: Go back to bed. Wear the corset only if someone else is going with you... They're not much good for sleeping, but the other bed centered activity is great...

Hullo - been out a lot - went to bristol in the end.

Had a ride in vintage crane.

Trouble is I remember it being built when it was state of the art super dooper modern. Now it is an open air museum piece!!!

Will try corset tonight tonight.

Won't promise to let you know anything
Victorians had night ones to keep the deformity they had schieved in the day.

I read somewhere that the Venus de Milo has not got a waist like you get with a corset. She just goes straight up and down.
But that's statues for you - no flexibility at all.

Regards Misty Rain


One other thing - This screen is now displaying, "You are currently receiving email notification of replies."
But I never get any.
Any one know why?
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Mata
post Dec 10 2004, 12:52 AM
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I'm not sure if there are many corset makers who design their clothing for such extended wear as sleeping. Most of them haven't changed patterns in about 100 years either despite women's shapes having changed considerably (although http://www.snobzcorsets.com have, and my gf tells me that they are very comfortable. I also got the corset free for doing their web-design wink.gif ).

Two options for why notifications aren't working:

1) Your email address is registered incorrectly. Not very likely to be honest, but it might be worth checking in your settings to make sure (click 'my controls' at the top of the page).

2) You are getting the emails but your machine is assuming that they are junk mail because you keep on getting them. Have a check in your junk folder and tell your machine that you want to keep things from this email address if anything is there.

If those don't work... Umm... Well, then I'm a bit flumped.


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post Dec 10 2004, 01:22 AM
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Or mayhaps you just haven't recieved any PMs?


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post Dec 10 2004, 12:26 PM
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Mike, when you use the 'add reply' button rather than the quick reply option, there is a tick box below the entry box that allows you to be emailed whenever anyone posts in that thread... Although I'd prefer it if not too many people used it because if their email address is out of date then the messages bounce into my personal junk email box.


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post Dec 10 2004, 05:59 PM
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QUOTE (Mata @ Dec 10 2004, 12:26 PM)
Mike, when you use the 'add reply' button rather than the quick reply option, there is a tick box below the entry box that allows you to be emailed whenever anyone posts in that thread... Although I'd prefer it if not too many people used it because if their email address is out of date then the messages bounce into my personal junk email box.
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That is v interesting.
As I type this I am being told that I am currently receiving email notification of replies.
Are they all bouncing back to your junk email box?

Life is so enticingly mysterious.

Misty Rain.
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post Dec 10 2004, 06:31 PM
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No, they're not, which means that they must be going somewhere... Although where I'm not sure. Do you have a junk box in your email software? As I said above, it might be going there my mistake and you'll need to tell your software that you want to keep it.


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post Dec 10 2004, 07:31 PM
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Or maybe you miss spelt your email address? In which case some one else might be getting them 0o.


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