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Re: Military service

Postby Anippe » Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:23 pm

Ignore the Jurkish. I think you should tell them. It is useful they may want you to pick up Jurkish soldiers. Many are homosexual
ask Cap he is in line of fire. In my Eoka days we greek ladies and some greek men pick up solidiers we give them drug and take their weapons. You must tell its for freedom
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Re: Military service

Postby Cap » Mon Mar 11, 2013 6:03 pm

Anippe wrote:Ignore the Jurkish. I think you should tell them. It is useful they may want you to pick up Jurkish soldiers. Many are homosexual
ask Cap he is in line of fire. In my Eoka days we greek ladies and some greek men pick up solidiers we give them drug and take their weapons. You must tell its for freedom


Ouzo's good aint it Kalamarou mou? :D
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Re: Military service

Postby Cap » Mon Mar 11, 2013 7:33 pm

Anippe wrote:Ignore the Jurkish. I think you should tell them. It is useful they may want you to pick up Jurkish soldiers. Many are homosexual
ask Cap he is in line of fire. In my Eoka days we greek ladies and some greek men pick up solidiers we give them drug and take their weapons. You must tell its for freedom


Bill, did you just call me a raging homosexual? :lol:

I knew something wasn't quite right.
It was when you connected homosexuality with me being in the line of fire. That was clever. :lol:
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Re: Military service

Postby bill cobbett » Mon Mar 11, 2013 7:44 pm

Cap wrote:
Anippe wrote:Ignore the Jurkish. I think you should tell them. It is useful they may want you to pick up Jurkish soldiers. Many are homosexual
ask Cap he is in line of fire. In my Eoka days we greek ladies and some greek men pick up solidiers we give them drug and take their weapons. You must tell its for freedom


Bill, did you just call me a raging homosexual? :lol:

I knew something wasn't quite right.
It was when you connected homosexuality with me being in the line of fire. That was clever. :lol:


Eh...??? ... :?
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Re: Military service

Postby GreekIslandGirl » Mon Mar 11, 2013 7:46 pm

Hmm 62 years old and picking up soldiers with drugs in 1955-1959 - at the age of 5 to 8 years old. :roll:
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Re: Military service

Postby Cap » Mon Mar 11, 2013 7:49 pm

Annipe, my favourite Kalamaroua. :lol:
Come on Bill, we know you sometimes do impersonations and accents, and most of the time you do them well.
I was fooled this time I must admit.

B52 hit the nail on the head. Jurkish gave it away. :D
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Re: Military service

Postby Anippe » Mon Mar 11, 2013 8:00 pm

GreekIslandGirl wrote:Hmm 62 years old and picking up soldiers with drugs in 1955-1959 - at the age of 5 to 8 years old. :roll:


Ah.. I am back from shoppin! You are all obsessed with Homosexuals, No wonder we loose every bloody war.
Greekgirl - I do not think you are true. This photo is not you. I think you are fat woman with gland problems
becos you are on this computer day and night. You must find husband maybe one of these boys want to marry you. Μάνα μου

To answer question Eoka was not just 50s darling. Also I am not a corbett. He is scottish comedian and short. I am older woman like Irene Papas. Three husbands six children. Anyway tommorow I go to Paris so if I have time I write.
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Re: Military service

Postby kurupetos » Mon Mar 11, 2013 8:25 pm

Cap wrote:Annipe, my favourite Kalamaroua. :lol:
Come on Bill, we know you sometimes do impersonations and accents, and most of the time you do them well.
I was fooled this time I must admit.

B52 hit the nail on the head. Jurkish gave it away. :D

Who? :lol:
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Re: Military service

Postby Cap » Mon Mar 11, 2013 8:29 pm

Sorry, the keyboard becomes dyslexic after a coupla Scotches.
B25 I was meant to say. 8)
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