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    What were the last words you said to another CWer outside forums?

    Electronic communication comes under said for the purpose of this thread

    Mine were 'Time for a Buxton drinks break'

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    "Yeah, better not I guess. Don't want to encourage any more cringeworthy behaviour."
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    Yeah I was using ******** but my broadband hanged up and my data card isn't supporting it weirdly enough.


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    "thanks" to Richard after he served me in, no other IRL interaction that I know of, seen Pickup around.

    I'm not distinguishing tywitter from forums TBH, same **** different medium.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    "thanks" to Richard after he served me in, no other IRL interaction that I know of, seen Pickup around.

    I'm not distinguishing tywitter from forums TBH, same **** different medium.
    Still hoping for a detailed write up of this event tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    "thanks" to Richard after he served me in, no other IRL interaction that I know of, seen Pickup around.

    I'm not distinguishing tywitter from forums TBH, same **** different medium.
    Going to great lengths to avoid acknowledging our bromance off the forums I see

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    "happy new year"
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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Still hoping for a detailed write up of this event tbh.
    There really is nothing to tell, I recognized him from when he used to spam the forum with pics, thought of saying "hi it's me from that weird Cricket forum place", was reminded, in my mind, that Langeveldt once said, something like Richard in real life is pretty much like Rihard on the forums, but moreso, and just decided to walk on by with my transactions.

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    Going to great lengths to avoid acknowledging our bromance off the forums I see
    Yeah I don't like to talk about it, I'll admit it's like that horrible drunken one-night stand you had with a munter when you couldn't even get it up, umm, or so I've heard from other people....

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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    There really is nothing to tell, I recognized him from when he used to spam the forum with pics, thought of saying "hi it's me from that weird Cricket forum place", was reminded, in my mind, that Langeveldt once said, something like Richard in real life is pretty much like Rihard on the forums, but moreso, and just decided to walk on by with my transactions..
    But when you locked eyes on him and realised who it was, did you experience a sudden jolt in your chest? Perhaps of fear, or excitement? I have experienced the former several times when I have unexpectedly encountered online acquaintances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey View Post
    "happy new year"
    As long as it was before the 6th then we are still cool bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    But when you locked eyes on him and realised who it was, did you experience a sudden jolt in your chest? Perhaps of fear, or excitement? I have experienced the former several times when I have unexpectedly encountered online acquaintances.
    I think I saw him before walking along "the Lane",( Burnthouse Lane for the uninitiated), but TBH Exeter isn't a massive place, and I think it was mentioned that he worked in a service station, so no, not a big jolt I have to say, "just a mild, oh that's him isn't it".
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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian View Post
    I think I saw him before walking along "the Lane",( Burnthouse Lane for the uninitiated), but TBH Exeter isn't a massive place, and I think it was mentioned that he worked in a service station, so no, not a big jolt I have to say, "just a mild, oh that's him isn't it".
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    I remember the time Richard met Piper and they made a YouTube video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratters View Post
    I remember the time Richard met Piper and they made a YouTube video.
    We all do Pratters, sadly. Up there with the holocaust and Man United's treble season as humankind's lowest ebb
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