UK Woot site


#1

there shold be a uk woot site fot Uk peopel so they would be able to buy stuff there shold be a way that they could


#2

how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood


#3

I hear the pound is pretty strong, you can always paypal me & I’d buy you item…

For instance, if you want an item that is $99 US, you can pay me 99 british pounds and I would gladly buy it & mail it off to you.


#4

bwaahahahahaha good one killingtime!!


#5

What a pal . . . .


#6

Where there’s opportunity, KT is behind the door…

I read some of your blog…wow, you are pretty faithful to your writing, huh?


#7

Um…gosh…I’d forgotten I’d put that out there…blush…and well yeah, I can’t bring myself to write about anything but trivialities. Don’t bother dwelling on those pages too much hehehe!


#8

Obviously, you don’t know me well…

Don’t worry, I am not a stalker!

BTW…going to Nottingham, Birmingham and London at the end of this month and the beginning of next.


#9

KEWEL! …but what for? vacation. business? A lot of my family are in Northamptonshire…Nottingham wasn’t bad. Was there once. You’ll love London though…WTF am I saying? I don’t even know you yet KT and I’m thinking you’ll love London…bwahaha! Silly cow that I am…never mind me. Enjoy and have a great time!


#10

She’s going to a Cure concert.


#11

A Cure concert…pfft…I should’ve guessed…Hehe! DOH!

Used to like them back in the 80s…couldn’t handle the bloody smeared red lipstick though lol


#12

LOL…actually, poof - Depeche Mode and The Cure. What a coincidence, I saw them in the 80’s too…

This is my 4th trip…been to London, Bath, Bristol, Brighton Beach, Birmingham, Oxford, Stratford, Cambridge, Stonehenge, Avebury, Salisbury. First time to Nottingham.


#13

Jaaaayzus Christ! You know England better than I…well…pfft…that wouldn’t be too difficult for anyone really as I’ve lived abroad in many countries…hardly know England at all :S


#14

Kiora, just out of curiosity, do you pronounce your name “Ky-ruh” or “Kee-or-uh” or “Kee-ruh” or “Ky-or-ruh” or . . . ???


#15

Well, in my book, I pronounce it: “KEE - OR - RAH” (I suppose that was your last one then: Ky-or-ruh but just wanted to make sure “Ky” wasn’t “K-eye” if you know what I mean! LOL) It’s Kiwi for Hello, good day…although I’m sure someone will come up with the true etymological meaning to shut me up…hehe!


#16

Thank-you . . . so are you a New Zealander?


#17

so sorry to disappoint…i’m one of those limeys from across the pond! hahaha…(wtf am i laughing?)


#18

Then where’d yer folks dredge up a Kiwi name for ya?


#19

well…i was in Christchurch, NZ in 1988 for 3 months but actually it came from the time (now this is sooo boring) i was delivering my first baby and i had to have a bottle of “Kiaora” orange juice beside me at all times…(that was how it was spelled on the bottle). It kinda etched itself onto my brain lol…then once i got into all things “internet” the need for a nickname arose and for years I have used Kiora. SInce the early 90s, many many people have used it and it seems to be very popular by the Japanese for some reason…it’s MINE damnit MINE (j/k)!! My own name begins with a “K” so it all just seemed to make sense …(to a warped mind like mine) :slight_smile:


#20

Sorry, silly of me to assume it was your real name!!!