Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by alibee, Sep 26, 2007.
Hi everyone. How are you doing?
hi welcome to the board!
Peep peep, I'm new. I like all the Trek series. Not sure which my favorite is, as I like aspects of each. Probably DS9 but haven't seen much beyond the first two seasons (but just found out that my local library has almost all the DS9 seasons, so party...), and I have fond memories of watching TNG when it was new. Anyway, glad to be here. *salute*
hi Welcome to the board. Do you happen to post at other Trek- and Andromeda-related boards as well? Your name seems so familiar.
Glad to be here..
Um, is it proper Forum etiquette to post an intro in all the Welcome threads? I'm glad to say hello- truly.. i just don't want to post all over the place and seem like an idiot... i think this is at least the third. Is there a Secret Handshake? Feeling a wee bit unsure...
Love the Forum, tho. Thanks for having me...
Hi new people, it's all good, this is the place for introductions. Welcome.
Naah, there's no secret handshake or the like (might be a bit difficult unless we invent a special smilie for it). And one welcome thread is generally sufficient.
It is good style, though, to also say hi in the lounge (which is imho the best part of the board).
Posting all over the board is not necessarily something bad. It's good for your postcount and promotion
Back to stalking after being away, hello new guys
If I haven't logged-in in, like, a year, do I count as being new again?
Hmmmm, I'd say that makes you "used", not "new"
Crap. Next thing you're going to tell me it doesn't work for virginity either.
^There's only one way to find out.
wow! That was a rather direct offer
Welcome back, Praetor! Only last week we talked about missing you. Come and join us in the Oldtimer thread! It's more and more turning into a lounge for us old warhorses
Weeell, it might work, kinda like 'a bit pregnant' works
^I believe that an aquaintance of mine was actually recently told by her parents that she better get 'a bit unpregnant'.
Is this your first day here?
not exactly, but I am used to only my countrymen being blunt. In my experience, Americans, Britains and Canadians - the vast majority of members here - tend to prefer a very winded and indirect approach
Shameless is known, well known, for his, um, direct approach.
nomen est omen?
^Just extreme self-awareness I suppose.
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