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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-07 10:11:25 Reply

Oh dear have the festivities begun already? Seems I am a bit late, I had to cater to.. things.. events, and whatnot.

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Welcome all new Gentlemen! 'tis a shame that we don't appear to be acquiring any new lady friends however..

now as for the strongest Tea, that would be Malachy Tea, simply horrible strong stuff that is..

afterwards we shall partake in some cannonball tennis.
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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-07 14:19:05 Reply

My word does this not share a significant resemblence with the Gentlemans Club? Never the less, and much to the point, I. Sir Dempsey, wish to be a member of your fine establishment.

My baker will get on those ginger bread cock jokes right away!


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-07 14:24:12 Reply

Ginger dick.

Best served in two-thousand and six might I add.

Mmm hmm hmm!

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-07 15:06:01 Reply

I Commodore Von Wienerschnitzel The III wishes to join this prestigious society.

funny thing that was my dogs nickname since he is a wiener dog.
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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-08 09:29:02 Reply

At 7/7/10 02:19 PM, ArmouredGRIFFON wrote: My word does this not share a significant resemblence with the Gentlemans Club? Never the less, and much to the point, I. Sir Dempsey, wish to be a member of your fine establishment.

My baker will get on those ginger bread cock jokes right away!

The gentlemans club as far as history goes would be newer - High society is placed farther back in time - in victorian times and earlier. Think parasols, frilly dresses, maids and nobility wearing ridiculous clothing.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-08 16:48:05 Reply

I say, what do you gentlemen find so unappealing about me, the Earl of Cobras so much that I am overlooked for membership of this fine establishment?


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-08 18:15:02 Reply

Alright the new invitations have been sent out and here is ye updated list!

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
SlntCobra1: Earl of Cobras
Gobblemeister: Calvin, Earl of Cornelia
EagleRock: Sir Avian von Igneous, Esquire
Porkchop: Colonel Porkchop
ArmouredGRIFFON: Sir Dempsey
Tony-DarkGrave: Commodore Von Wienerschnitzel The III

and remember - high society can be performed live at any time in ye olde high society room!

please come forth into ye room as yourself, and then don ones title afterwards by typing /nick (username) - otherwise we may NEVER know who you truly are!

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-08 19:44:58 Reply

Splendid afternoon, gents and madam. It would be in well interest if I could join your club. I go by the moniker Sir Colonel Mustard.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-08 20:27:19 Reply

good day to you sir colonel Mustard. would you like to play a riveting game of cricket on the Promenade?

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-09 01:35:48 Reply

Cricket you say? Thanks but no, I prefer a riveting game of either Tennis or Croquet.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-09 01:48:43 Reply

Greetings, old chaps.

It is I, the legendary Archibald Q. Jones, Duke of Wales.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-09 13:58:03 Reply

At 7/9/10 01:35 AM, SlntCobra1 wrote: Cricket you say? Thanks but no, I prefer a riveting game of either Tennis or Croquet.

We only play cannonball tennis around here where we give you oversized raquets and you have to deflect cannonballs.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-10 04:22:14 Reply

At 7/9/10 01:58 PM, Chronamut wrote:
At 7/9/10 01:35 AM, SlntCobra1 wrote: Cricket you say? Thanks but no, I prefer a riveting game of either Tennis or Croquet.
We only play cannonball tennis around here where we give you oversized raquets and you have to deflect cannonballs.

hmm what about bridge or a game of Jin?

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-10 13:38:12 Reply

At 7/10/10 04:22 AM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
hmm what about bridge or a game of Jin?

what are you, 80? GET WITH THE TIMES SIR!

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-10 15:05:33 Reply

At 7/10/10 01:38 PM, Chronamut wrote:
At 7/10/10 04:22 AM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
hmm what about bridge or a game of Jin?
what are you, 80? GET WITH THE TIMES SIR!

How DARE YOU SIR!! JIN IS A NOBLE GAME OF WIT AND CUNNING!

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-11 14:54:54 Reply

At 7/10/10 03:05 PM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
At 7/10/10 01:38 PM, Chronamut wrote:
At 7/10/10 04:22 AM, Tony-DarkGrave wrote:
hmm what about bridge or a game of Jin?
what are you, 80? GET WITH THE TIMES SIR!
How DARE YOU SIR!! JIN IS A NOBLE GAME OF WIT AND CUNNING!

I notice you left out bridge - and I'm a LADY Sir, please address me by my proper title.'

lol obsure little britain reference
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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-11 15:01:38 Reply

Yes indeed. Thou should have know that Lady Tottington is indeed a woman! Something tells me that you are not quite fit for our fine establishment, if you cannot tell lady from lord!

The good Duke Of Wales, how wondrous it is to see your face around these olden parts! Tis good indeed.


How about you join the NGPD? Just what is the Newgrounds Police Dept.? Click the link and find out for yourself!

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-11 16:17:09 Reply

WELL HOW DARE YOU M'LADY!

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-11 22:17:38 Reply

Lady Tottington, when you say oversized raquets just how oversized are these raquets? I say to deflect the cannonballs, they would indeed be of a large size. Surely they would not be able to be well wielded, am I correct in so saying?

there really was no way to make that sound as uppity as it should have been, unless you fine gents and M'lady can think of something.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-11 22:19:55 Reply

Wait is that the chat where I can slap people with a fish?

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-11 22:25:22 Reply

At 7/11/10 10:19 PM, SteelChair wrote: Wait is that the chat where I can slap people with a fish?

I say who is this Ruffian?

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-11 23:21:53 Reply

Tis nothing more than a lowly commoner. Throw him out with the rest of the riff-raff and rubbish.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-11 23:26:35 Reply

At 7/11/10 11:21 PM, SlntCobra1 wrote: Tis nothing more than a lowly commoner. Throw him out with the rest of the riff-raff and rubbish.

I say that is a jolly good Idea.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-11 23:32:25 Reply

At 7/11/10 11:21 PM, SlntCobra1 wrote: Tis nothing more than a lowly commoner. Throw him out with the rest of the riff-raff and rubbish.

Darn kids with there hippity hop talk. SPEAK ENGLISH WE ARE IN THE UNITED STATES.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-11 23:51:56 Reply

Listen here good sir, did you or did you not read the title of this club? "High Society Club" and our sub-title is "No riff-raff, commoners, etc. allowed." So bugger off will you please? If you wish to join our fine establishment, try again in about 2 years. Sorry old bean.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-12 02:46:44 Reply

At 7/11/10 11:51 PM, SlntCobra1 wrote: Listen here good sir, did you or did you not read the title of this club? "High Society Club" and our sub-title is "No riff-raff, commoners, etc. allowed." So bugger off will you please? If you wish to join our fine establishment, try again in about 2 years. Sorry old bean.

I say, I find you language quite rude old chap, I do apologize for my horrible behavior. But I do hope we can set this little problem aside and act like gentlemen.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-12 08:10:42 Reply

silly creatures, THIS is is ENGLAND - there was no high society in the "United States" - nay it hadn't even existed yet! This is the VICTORIAN times - and before.

as for cannonball tennis - WE don't play it - we get big, strapping young gents with thighs the size of tree trunks to play FOR us! We also line each side with criminal commoners in case they miss - 'tis a bit bloody, but it's delightfully dark sport I say..

and yes steelchair - fish slapping abound - high society has to be called in session in ye olde irc room though - or everyone will get confused! We generally call high society either tuesday or wednesday night.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-12 10:35:18 Reply

At 7/12/10 08:10 AM, Chronamut wrote: silly creatures, THIS is is ENGLAND - there was no high society in the "United States" - nay it hadn't even existed yet! This is the VICTORIAN times - and before.

Oh poo. I thought we were going about being silly Edwardian prats.


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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-12 23:11:22 Reply

At 7/12/10 10:35 AM, MrCrawford wrote:
At 7/12/10 08:10 AM, Chronamut wrote: silly creatures, THIS is is ENGLAND - there was no high society in the "United States" - nay it hadn't even existed yet! This is the VICTORIAN times - and before.
Oh poo. I thought we were going about being silly Edwardian prats.

nono much older. If you want to be newer you must go to the gentlemans club.

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Response to High Society Club 2010-07-13 03:28:35 Reply

Lady Tottington, for some reason, I just simply cannot get enough of this audio submission you hath made way back in the days of yore.

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    *+gundam wing intro+* by Chronamut

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It simply is marvelous and quite pleasing to mine own ear. Exquisite, simply an exquisite masterpiece m'lady.


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