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#16 Feb 19th, 2019, 09:18
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#13 thank you. I will have to ask my co worker if he'd take care of Mr pickles. I'm not too sure as he manages the granola isle and that's not something you feed to a tiny life. Are you suggesting the border protection force of India do not like hamsters!!
I'm not comfortable with a driver for it may not be safe to be with a stranger in a car im thinking.
I'm using Google maps. How do you fold that??

#15- may I request you to please not respond to my thread. You're very rude to the memory of my mother and I'm not a guy.

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#17 Feb 19th, 2019, 11:08
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Tammy, take it easy Nick or number 15 as you call him, is one of the friendliest people here.

@Nick, technically speaking wouldn't a hamster be a rodent and not an animal.
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Ms Tammy, I am very sorry to have mistaken your gender. I'm not so familiar with the name, although, now I come to think of it, there was a C&W singer who was certainly not male so I should have known better.

I don't know how hamsters got into the conversation. And I have nothing against people who carry spare food in their cheeks anyway.

We had some Guinea Pig posts once...
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Ms Tammy,

Where is this mythical Granola Isle (post 16)? Is it at all reachable by sea?

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Originally Posted by Keith H View Post Ms Tammy,

Where is this mythical Granola Isle (post 16)? Is it at all reachable by sea?
Iíve heard itís just north of Atlantis.

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I think she is talking about the food for her pet hamster.
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I know that crown moulding is tricky to fix up well, do you think your mother realised the task was beyond her and just couldn't face it after all?

Maybe she could have done with the border protection force at that time?

(Moulding = border... geddit?)

Nick, there was a hamster clue in the mention of the wheel, and Tammy did say that "He is all that reminds me of my mother"...

With google maps, you just zoom out, or pinch the screen, it reduces the distances a lot.

Hope this helps?

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Do you not have isles in your supermarket? What sort of a place do you come from #19. Your last post made.me think you're a nice person but now I am not so sure.

anyhoo I spoke with Mack who has a real long Hindu name I can never remember , same guy who stacks granola and cereal and such and I think his mum is from Kerala and he is ok to take care of Mr Pickles. But now I am scare for leaving the key to my home with him as it is a mobile home and what if he drives it away with Mr Pickles inside it!!! I know he pockets some stuff from the warehouse when no one is looking.

I still think I want to go to India as our president said he's a big fan of Hindu and I can only imagine what an amazing country it would be. First i only had taj on my list and maybe seeing a tiger but then Mack bought me some food once and it was amazing , full of chilly but still amazing. I can't wait to eat it all. And of course he spoke of kerala and how amazing the neck rubs are there by the people who do ayurveds and how it can help me with my neck and shoulder pain I get from bending down while cleaning floors.

I can come for a month or more as they won't pay me when I'm gone but I can always get the job back or get another. So what should I see?
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The last post makes me think we need to sound the troll alert.

In case you are serious about him driving away with your hamster, maybe you should have him stuffed by a taxidermist, then you can hide him somewhere safe.
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Originally Posted by JOHNLORD View Post The last post makes me think we need to sound the troll alert.

In case you are serious about him driving away with your hamster, maybe you should have him stuffed by a taxidermist, then you can hide him somewhere safe.
Why the hurry? Let a damsel in distress be helped.

And pretty soon you are going to join the resident rude list as you want her hamster to be stuffed.
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it is really not such a nice suggestion to stuff the hamster.

Ms. Brewer, please note that Mr Lord actually comes from Kerala. This should ring alarm bells. He may be after your hamster, and there may be others just like him there. It may not be a safe place for hamsters!

But, if you can be calm about the fate of your hamster for two, three or four weeks, you can have a lovely time in Kerala, which is a very beautiful place.

I can't imagine what Hindu name Mack might be short for: Macintosh, perhaps?
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If I had to guess, I would say some of the content is almost AI generated. It's gibberish in a sense, but the words are strung together just well enough to sort of make it coherent. 

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I can go with that as far as the "A."
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Originally Posted by Nick-H View Post it is really not such a nice suggestion to stuff the hamster.

Ms. Brewer, please note that Mr Lord actually comes from Kerala. This should ring alarm bells. He may be after your hamster, and there may be others just like him there. It may not be a safe place for hamsters!

But, if you can be calm about the fate of your hamster for two, three or four weeks, you can have a lovely time in Kerala, which is a very beautiful place.

I can't imagine what Hindu name Mack might be short for: Macintosh, perhaps?

Nick is right, Kerala is God's own country, filled with the devil's own people
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