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High Society Club 2010-06-16 11:33:02 Reply

So back in the Day in the newgrounds chat we used to have something called High Society Tuesdays - it was basically a day where everyone changed their name to something snobby- mine was Lady_Tottington - others took on various other fancy noble names - and the trick was to remain in character the entire time - we generally took on a british/european nobility setting where we sipped tea and made fun of the french - I would like to create a club so that high society may never end!

Also mods get to be Royalty - extremely high Regs or users with old signup dates get to be nobility and noobs get to be peasants and minstrils and all the lesser dregs of society.

Here are some rules:

1) You must adopt a monicker other than the username you use - and write it in your post - for example:

"Lady Tottington: oh dear this tea is absolutely DREADFUL! Mr. Higgens fetch me some more tea."

your monicker may change per post if you feel like being someone else - or switching to another role

2) You MUST stay in character - if you do not you will be mocked and cast out of high society while stale cake is thrown at you- all your wealth and servants will be turned over to the commonwealth and you will be stripepd of all titles and status. You will then be deported to france.

3) No use of words like lol or new english - a pseudo form of old english will only be accepted - but not so archaic that a person needs cliffs notes - pretend you are a noble - speaketh like one. If you are a peasant than the common peasant tongue is accepted.

4) If you are french we will mock you to the ends of the earth.

here is a snippet of what high society dialogue looked liek the first time it was ever implemented:

[7:01 PM] <Chronamut> *makes classic snob disgust look*
[7:01 PM] <Rig> and i never have the energy to spank my maid in the mornings
[7:02 PM] <Rig> lawl
[7:02 PM] <Chronamut> oh silly chap
[7:02 PM] <Chronamut> thats why you have a maid to slap the maid
[7:02 PM] <B0UNC3> tehehe
[7:02 PM] <Rig> why, what a delighter notion!
[7:02 PM] <Chronamut> you can never have too many maids
[7:02 PM] <B0UNC3> very intelligent joke sir
[7:02 PM] <Rig> delightful
[7:02 PM] <Chronamut> quite right
[7:02 PM] <Rig> wot wot
[7:02 PM] <Chronamut> i say
[7:02 PM] <Chronamut> anyone for tennis?
[7:02 PM] <B0UNC3> with cannonballs
[7:02 PM] <B0UNC3> im in
[7:02 PM] <Rig> oo
[7:03 PM] <Chronamut> jolly good
[7:03 PM] <B0UNC3> or no
[7:03 PM] <B0UNC3> tennis with handgrenades
[7:03 PM] <Rig> i say, jeeves, please take my raquet
[7:03 PM] <B0UNC3> pulled springs
[7:03 PM] <Chronamut> we will make quite the racquet
[7:03 PM] <Rig> noice
[7:03 PM] <Chronamut> *guffaws*
[7:03 PM] <B0UNC3> the loser is the one that blows up
[7:03 PM] <Rig> haha
[7:03 PM] <B0UNC3> *obvious*
[7:03 PM] <B0UNC3> :P
[7:03 PM] <Rig> what if it blows up the net?
[7:03 PM] <Chronamut> *realigns monacle/
[7:03 PM] <B0UNC3> then its a draw
[7:04 PM] <Rig> ah
[7:04 PM] <Chronamut> if it rains tho I fear we will have to stop
[7:04 PM] <Chronamut> we might drown
[7:04 PM] <B0UNC3> ye
[7:04 PM] <Chronamut> our noses being so high and all
[7:04 PM] <B0UNC3> oh yes
[7:04 PM] <B0UNC3> i can smell god in the ass really
[7:04 PM] <Rig> that's why jeeves holds my nose-umbrella
[7:04 PM] <Chronamut> oh yes
[7:04 PM] <Chronamut> everyone simply MUST have one of those
[7:05 PM] <Chronamut> jenkins!* claps* my nose umbrella if you may
[7:05 PM] <Rig> my fasion butler went to milan, got the latest fasion
[7:05 PM] * User B0UNC3 is now known as Sir_B0UNC3
[7:05 PM] <Rig> fashion
[7:05 PM] <Sir_B0UNC3> yaya
[7:05 PM] * User Rig is now known as General_Rig
[7:05 PM] <Sir_B0UNC3> and dance ejay 1 owns
[7:05 PM] <General_Rig> i say
[7:06 PM] * User General_Rig is now known as Duke_of_Rig
[7:06 PM] * User Chronamut is now known as Chronamut_Earl_
[7:06 PM] * User Chronamut_Earl_ is now known as Chronamut_Earl
[7:06 PM] * User Sir_B0UNC3 is now known as Sir_Urkel
[7:06 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> i say, earl, DO get your butler to play us that piano again
[7:06 PM] * User Chronamut_Earl is now known as Lady_Tittington
[7:07 PM] <Sir_Urkel> Naked birds
[7:07 PM] <Sir_Urkel> are groooovey
[7:07 PM] * User Lady_Tittington is now known as Lady_Tottington
[7:07 PM] <Lady_Tottington> oh my it is simply SWELTERING out here
[7:07 PM] Duke_of_Rig sets topic to 'Polo, butlers, and tea times'
[7:07 PM] * User Sir_Urkel is now known as Sir_Titmaestro
[7:07 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> delightful topic young sir
[7:08 PM] <Lady_Tottington> yes quite
[7:08 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> the most dreadful storm inturrupted my polo game yesterday noon
[7:08 PM] Sir_Titmaestro sets topic to 'Polo, butlers, tea times and cannonball tennis'
[7:08 PM] <Lady_Tottington> it is quite.. err how do these younger generations say it.. cool?
[7:08 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> thats better
[7:08 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> oh, how gauche
[7:08 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> oh
[7:09 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> Lady_Tottington such HARSH language
[7:09 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> you must stop that nonsense at once, or we'll all be doomed
[7:09 PM] <Lady_Tottington> oh sorry i know its dreadful
[7:09 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> i'm suprised your mother doesn't slap you silly!
[7:09 PM] <Lady_Tottington> i heard one of the young pages use it
[7:09 PM] <Lady_Tottington> and well i just couldnt resist!
[7:09 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> I heard...the duke of rig say "1337" before
[7:09 PM] <Lady_Tottington> HXXR!
[7:09 PM] * Lady_Tottington GASPS
[7:09 PM] * Sir_Titmaestro gasps
[7:10 PM] * Lady_Tottington swoons
[7:10 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> oh dear
[7:10 PM] * Sir_Titmaestro goes crazy and runs!
[7:10 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> i must admit...it HAS been a while since i've walked on the wild side
[7:10 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> Duke of rig what did you do?!
[7:10 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> when i wore my shirt untucked
[7:10 PM] <Lady_Tottington> eughg *is dizzy* what.. what happened?
[7:10 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> LAdy Tottington is acting wierd when you say "1337"
[7:10 PM] <Lady_Tottington> HXXR!
[7:10 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> it's that coffee beverage!
[7:10 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> you se?!
[7:11 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> it manipulates your thoughts
[7:11 PM] <Lady_Tottington> ohoho!
[7:11 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> LAdy Tottington are you feeling "1337"?
[7:11 PM] <Lady_Tottington> HXXR!
[7:11 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> OH:O
[7:11 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> oh my
[7:11 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> Call the doctor!
[7:11 PM] <Lady_Tottington> oh i think its all right dear
[7:11 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> dear god!
[7:11 PM] <Lady_Tottington> they seem to have stopped
[7:11 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> Lady tottington is 1337
[7:11 PM] <Lady_Tottington> thats much better
[7:11 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> good
[7:11 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> you are...possesed
[7:11 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> well, that was a frightful spell
[7:11 PM] <Lady_Tottington> indeed
[7:12 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> you...must be circumsized
[7:12 PM] <Duke_of_Rig> yes, i hear that's the only cure
[7:12 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> yes
[7:12 PM] <Lady_Tottington> for a LADY?!/
[7:12 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> lets do it twice, just to be sure
[7:12 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> yes
[7:12 PM] <Lady_Tottington> how VULgart
[7:12 PM] <Sir_Titmaestro> ¨for a LADY

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 12:36:21 Reply

Lord James M. Crawford IV would care to inform the original poster that while he comprehends said poster's use of the phrase "old English" to mean a seemingly archaic and erudite form of the English language as one might expect in a pastiche of Victorian and Edwardian British stereotypes, that people in the British isles have in fact been speaking High or Modern English since the time of Shakespeare, and that Early Modern English actually begins in the late 15th C. of the Common Era.

Old English is an Anglo-Saxon antecedent influenced by a large mid-first millennium influx of Germanic immigrants in the post-Roman era. It's seminal work is the poem Beowulf, a 30,000 line epic poem written in alliterative meter (lines separated in two by a caesura or hard stop, with three accents on each side placed on alliterating syllables). This was then replaced by Middle English, which drew upon Romanesque and Frankish influences due to the Norman Conquest in 1066 (this is the language of Chaucer, who wrote the Canterbury Tales).

Apart from this minor inconsistency, I would find the opportunity to join this club most agreeable.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 13:10:04 Reply

At 6/16/10 12:36 PM, MrCrawford wrote: Lord James M. Crawford IV would care to inform the original poster that while he comprehends said poster's use of the phrase "old English" to mean a seemingly archaic and erudite form of the English language as one might expect in a pastiche of Victorian and Edwardian British stereotypes, that people in the British isles have in fact been speaking High or Modern English since the time of Shakespeare, and that Early Modern English actually begins in the late 15th C. of the Common Era.

Lady Tottington duly notes Lodr James M Crawford's correction and only wished to differentiate between High English and the bastardized eubonic and/or "slang" that today's generation engages in.


Old English is an Anglo-Saxon antecedent influenced by a large mid-first millennium influx of Germanic immigrants in the post-Roman era. It's seminal work is the poem Beowulf, a 30,000 line epic poem written in alliterative meter (lines separated in two by a caesura or hard stop, with three accents on each side placed on alliterating syllables). This was then replaced by Middle English, which drew upon Romanesque and Frankish influences due to the Norman Conquest in 1066 (this is the language of Chaucer, who wrote the Canterbury Tales).

Noted - your insightfulness is much appreciated.

Apart from this minor inconsistency, I would find the opportunity to join this club most agreeable.

We welcome you to our lofty status then Lord James M. Crawford IV! Care for some Tea? And if so which kind may we offer you? The way our tea works is when a user is highly influentical in the "newgrounds" society - we make a tea in their honour - for example - in the audio portal the highest grade of tea was "Ocon" tea - with lesser users being of an ill fitting palate for nobility and frowned upon.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 16:09:25 Reply

At 6/16/10 03:45 PM, Ultor wrote: Boy do I miss the old days the times were crazy when one would wake up and deposit knowing theyd never reach the last level what was it 30?

something like that..

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 16:17:41 Reply

I quite remember being the Good Sir Reginald III. I shall commence in this fine establishment's "festive" overtones. Although, I shall need my afternoon tea. Tis been a long day, and I'm dreadfully thirsty.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 20:59:00 Reply

At 6/16/10 04:17 PM, Kaizerwolf wrote: I quite remember being the Good Sir Reginald III. I shall commence in this fine establishment's "festive" overtones. Although, I shall need my afternoon tea. Tis been a long day, and I'm dreadfully thirsty.

And so, good sirrah, I must ask you a most urgent question.
What tea does a gentleman prefer, and how does he take it?


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 21:50:01 Reply

At 6/16/10 08:59 PM, MrCrawford wrote: And so, good sirrah, I must ask you a most urgent question.
What tea does a gentleman prefer, and how does he take it?

I prefer mine luke warm with a slice of lemon, for that extra zing in every delightful sip. I have been rehydrated however, and I am ready to commence in the wonders of high society living.

Good sir, how do you do.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 21:57:06 Reply

At 6/16/10 11:33 AM, Chronamut wrote: So back in the Day in the newgrounds chat we used to have something called High Society Tuesdays - it was basically a day where everyone changed their name to something snobby- mine was Lady_Tottington - others took on various other fancy noble names - and the trick was to remain in character the entire time - we generally took on a british/european nobility setting where we sipped tea and made fun of the french - I would like to create a club so that high society may never end!

Also mods get to be Royalty - extremely high Regs or users with old signup dates get to be nobility and noobs get to be peasants and minstrils and all the lesser dregs of society.

Sometimes I am an extremely high reg!!

pot joke

No, seriously this looks like fun but I don't know what I would be in between nobility and peasants so someone help me out so I can get into character. Would being a Baron be acceptable?? Because Barons and Dukes are cool.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 22:28:56 Reply

At 6/16/10 09:50 PM, Kaizerwolf wrote:
At 6/16/10 08:59 PM, MrCrawford wrote: And so, good sirrah, I must ask you a most urgent question.
What tea does a gentleman prefer, and how does he take it?
I prefer mine luke warm with a slice of lemon, for that extra zing in every delightful sip. I have been rehydrated however, and I am ready to commence in the wonders of high society living.

Good sir, how do you do.

In the morning and the evening, its a hot cup of Earl Grey with only a spot of lemon. Midday and Afternoon tea is warm Chai with just a hint of milk and honey, served with biscuits.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 22:40:54 Reply

At 6/16/10 09:57 PM, Sensationalism wrote:
At 6/16/10 11:33 AM, Chronamut wrote:
No, seriously this looks like fun but I don't know what I would be in between nobility and peasants so someone help me out so I can get into character. Would being a Baron be acceptable?? Because Barons and Dukes are cool.

a baron or duke is fine sir.

Also anyone care for some OCON tea? I just had a batch freshly brewed..

well.. not "I" naturally.. that's what the maids are for.. *guffaws and fans self*

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 23:17:40 Reply

At 6/16/10 10:40 PM, Chronamut wrote:
Also anyone care for some OCON tea? I just had a batch freshly brewed..

well.. not "I" naturally.. that's what the maids are for.. *guffaws and fans self*

Oh absolutely. Why just this past fortnight I hired a lovely young maid. She makes the very finest tea around, I do say. I declare that you must try some.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-16 23:49:04 Reply

At 6/16/10 11:17 PM, Kaizerwolf wrote:
Oh absolutely. Why just this past fortnight I hired a lovely young maid. She makes the very finest tea around, I do say. I declare that you must try some.

And what esteemed noble did you nameth this tea after, Sir Reginald III?

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-17 00:07:08 Reply

Oh dear I forgot a link to ye olde newgrounds chat where high society reigned,..

http://webchat.quakenet.org/?channels=Ne wgrounds_audio

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-17 00:12:01 Reply

At 6/17/10 12:07 AM, Chronamut wrote: Oh dear I forgot a link to ye olde newgrounds chat where high society reigned,..

http://webchat.quakenet.org/?channels=Ne wgrounds_audio

Come on in and join the fun, old chaps!

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-17 00:17:55 Reply

Can I be an Earl?

To swat peons away with my truncheon whilst I stroll through town would be most invigorating

Though I shall need some anti bacterial wipes to clean the poor off my truncheon afterwards

Such is the onus of a nobleman

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-17 00:19:33 Reply

I have claimed the name Mr. Monocle von Monoclen.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-17 00:37:51 Reply

Do not dilly dather boys for you are in the presence of Preston (or Princeton) Montgomery the heir of the Montgomery fortune.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-17 01:21:18 Reply

Oh my - High society silliness abounds and continies in ye old ngs chat room!

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-17 09:57:56 Reply

At 6/16/10 11:49 PM, Chronamut wrote:
And what esteemed noble did you nameth this tea after, Sir Reginald III?

Lady Tottington my dear, I have named it after myself, of course! Sir Reginald's Glorious Cup, I call it. Tis quite the delicious brew, here, do try some for yourself. I have even found the most scrumptious of biscuits, they have the perfect amount of wonderful butter flavor.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-17 10:18:13 Reply

At 6/17/10 09:57 AM, Kaizerwolf wrote:
At 6/16/10 11:49 PM, Chronamut wrote:
And what esteemed noble did you nameth this tea after, Sir Reginald III?
Lady Tottington my dear, I have named it after myself, of course! Sir Reginald's Glorious Cup, I call it. Tis quite the delicious brew, here, do try some for yourself. I have even found the most scrumptious of biscuits, they have the perfect amount of wonderful butter flavor.

hmm.. a tad drawn out, wouldn't you agree? Doesn't quite "roll of the proverbial tongue" as one might say..

I dub it Kaizer Tea!

and oho how delectable - biscuits!

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I suggest a list of members and monikers be established posthaste to avoid any possible future confusion over names.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-17 14:48:04 Reply

At 6/17/10 11:31 AM, MrCrawford wrote: I suggest a list of members and monikers be established posthaste to avoid any possible future confusion over names.

Done!

High Society Members and their Snooty Monikers List

Chronamut: Lady Tottington

MrCrawford: Lord James M. Crawford IV

bgraybr: Mr. Monocle von Monoclen.

FurryDemon: Preston (or Princeton) Montgomery the heir of the Montgomery fortune.

Kaizerwolf: Sir Reginald III

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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-17 15:36:34 Reply

You know, just the other day, I heard a wondrous concert by the Merryiam Twin's band. They were playing on a pair of Gillyborn violins, and I must say, they sounded most exquisite! I just had to buy one for myself. Doth anyone in this room have anyone who can play a violin in a most excellent way?


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Response to High Society Club 2010-06-30 02:18:54 Reply

At 6/17/10 03:36 PM, Kaizerwolf wrote: You know, just the other day, I heard a wondrous concert by the Merryiam Twin's band. They were playing on a pair of Gillyborn violins, and I must say, they sounded most exquisite! I just had to buy one for myself. Doth anyone in this room have anyone who can play a violin in a most excellent way?

While I am not personally acquainted with such persons who have demonstrated particular propensity for virtue with the violin, I am a frequent attendee of the McGill University (my own alma mater) orchestra and chamber music performances. The showings are gratis and performed by remarkably talented aspiring musicians from the university. I recommend finding a local university with such a music program to learn more, what what!


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-05 00:15:33 Reply

Earl of Cobras would like to join your absolutely delightful soiree. If that is alright with you chaps.

*adjusts his monocle and taps his right foot against his cane* I say, Jeeves, what does a man have to do to get a spot of sweet tea on the strong side?

Aren't there any crumpets around?


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-05 00:22:05 Reply

Oh how clumsy of me

I forgot to introduce myself

You may address me as Calvin, Earl of Cornelia. I have long served as a provisional official to our settlements in India. I also own several fields of squash and pumpkin but have made my fortune in the fishery industry.

You may have heard of Cornelia's Stout Trout, I mean, we are a rather large 'deal'

I devised the name myself, hoho!

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-05 00:24:39 Reply

Good day, Lady Tottington!

Allow me to introduce myself, I am Sir Avian von Igneous, Esquire. I was coming back from my daily romp at the country club and noticed your fine establishment, and was wondering perchance if there was room for a gentleman such as myself?

I daresay this should be sporting good fun, chaps! I'd sure enjoy a spot of tea right now. And, if you all are feeling a bit dashing, I could recommend imbibing on a snifter full of this vintage brandy I just so happened to take from my private stock.

Cheers!


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-05 00:41:28 Reply

Way way way, the Colonel Porkchop sends his good servant James to properly levy introductions to the fine men of the upper echelon of our fine society in a bid to count himself among the camaraderie of the High Society Club. What message may I return him?


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-05 00:48:47 Reply

At 7/5/10 12:24 AM, EagleRock wrote: Good day, Lady Tottington!

Allow me to introduce myself, I am Sir Avian von Igneous, Esquire. I was coming back from my daily romp at the country club and noticed your fine establishment, and was wondering perchance if there was room for a gentleman such as myself?

I daresay this should be sporting good fun, chaps! I'd sure enjoy a spot of tea right now. And, if you all are feeling a bit dashing, I could recommend imbibing on a snifter full of this vintage brandy I just so happened to take from my private stock.

Cheers!

Ah, von Igneous, I wondered when you should arrive! yes yes, do come and have a seat. And what a marvelous brandy, perfectly aged it would seem... your arrival is most excellent, if i dare say, for we were just about to begin a sporting game of who can take the strongest tea.

Isn't that right, chaps?


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-06 01:44:47 Reply

At 7/5/10 12:48 AM, Kaizerwolf wrote:
Ah, von Igneous, I wondered when you should arrive! yes yes, do come and have a seat. And what a marvelous brandy, perfectly aged it would seem... your arrival is most excellent, if i dare say, for we were just about to begin a sporting game of who can take the strongest tea.

Isn't that right, chaps?

Ha! I'd place my last farthing on von Igneous were it mine to place, such as it is.


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