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Outside the Tea Time Portal Lounge (7-8PM Bronze) . . . is THE TERRACE
Posted by: ThePowersThatTea - May 01, 2002, 7:04 PM

THE TERRACE

You're here. The Pacific Ocean is there. You make up the rest.


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you speak



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(Sung to the tune of "Going Through The Motions" in OMWF) DOGMEAT THE MUSICAL
Posted by: monkeywithoutpants - May 01, 2002, 8:34 PM 1 of 4

Every single night, we wait for Duckwheat

You never know when he'll appear.

Post the Bronze's rules ... that we all be sweet --

Never disagree.

All play nicey nice.



Some kiss Duckwheat's toes. Some say he blows

But surely we all know...


... that he's posting with emotions

more than we can tell.

He reposts the Bronze's rules so well.


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SKIPPING TO THE END
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Will he keep this up forever.

Post until his fingers sever

ev'ry nerve (I'm feeling clever)

Let's all praise Duckwheat!


He's posting with emotions

more than we can tell.


He's not posting spam.

No more than I am.

He just wants us to play ni-i-i-i-ice.



Where is Duckwheat?
Posted by: monkeywithoutpants - May 01, 2002, 8:32 PM 2 of 4

Duckwheat would enjoy this scenery.

But then he'd probably start posting Bronze rules on the glass,
and everybody knows that the Oracle would get really p*ssed.

So, maybe it's better that Duckwheat not come by . . .

. . . but I do hope Duckwheat posts the rules somewhere else,
because the Bronze is just not the same without Duckwheat.

Hmmm . . . I feel a song coming on.


Mee ... mee ... meee ... meee



Errr . . . I meant "Here I sit " . . .
Posted by: monkeywithoutpants - May 01, 2002, 8:30 PM 3 of 4

. . . but "Her I sit" is more interesting. :)


Her I sit watching the sun set over the Pacific . . .
Posted by: monkeywithoutpants - May 01, 2002, 8:29 PM 4 of 4

. . . and imagine all the things one might do while sitting alone
watching the sun set over the Pacific.




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