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Mar 11, 2005 7:57 pmHello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Michael Lemm
Yea, yea I know...no introductions. This isn't. It's a fun activity that actually promotes networking....if you can stop laughing long enough.


OK ya'll....here's a fun little "respite" to peg out your giggle meter....

I've tried this other places....had a lot of fun...& got rid of any bad juju hangin' around. You can't be or stay grumpy if you do this.

It's also a nice ice breaker....and great way to start or end a week. In short....get a smile....pass it on...and have a great day.

So......it's now time for another round of.......

"What is your name".........

Sometimes when you have a stressful day or week, you need some silliness to break up the day, here is your dose:

According to the following excerpt from a children's book, "Captain Underpants and the Perilous Plot of Professor Poopypants" by Dave Pilkey: The evil Professor forces everyone to assume new names. Follow the instructions to find your new name.

Use the third letter of your first name to determine your new first name:
a = poopsie
b = lumpy
c = buttercup
d = gidget
e = crusty
f = greasy
g = fluffy
h = cheeseball
i = chim-chim
j = stinky
k = flunky
l = boobie
m = zippy
n = pinky
o = goober
p = doofus
q = slimy
r = loopy
s = snotty
t = tulefel
u = dorkey
v = squeezit
w = oprah
x = skipper
y = dinky
z = zsa-zsa

Use the second letter of your last name to determine the first half of your
new last name:
a = apple
b = toilet
c = giggle
d = burger
e = girdle
f = barf
g = lizard
h = waffle
i = cootie
j = monkey
k = potty
l = liver
m = banana
n = rhino
o = bubble
p = hamster
q = toad
r = gizzard
s = pizza
t = gerbil
u = chicken
v = pickle
w = chuckle
x = tofu
y = gorilla
z = stinker

Use the fourth letter of your last name to determine the second half of
your new last name:
a = head
b = mouth
c = face
d = nose
e = tush
f = breath
g = pants
h = shorts
i = lips
j = honker
k = butt
l = brain
m = tushie
n = chunks
o = hiney
p = biscuits
q = toes
r = buns
s = fanny
t = sniffer
u = sprinkles
v = kisser
w = squirt
x = humperdinck
y = brains
z = juice

Thus, for example, George W. Bush's new name is Goober Chickenshorts. Now if you SEND THIS ON ... use your new name as the subject. And remember that children laugh an average of 146 times a day, adults laugh an average of 4 times a day. Put more laughter in your life!!

OK....now I'll start (geez...somebody has to do it. LOL)

Flunky GirdleTushie here............

If my Mom named me that I'd change species.

God Bless,
"Flunky"


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Mar 11, 2005 8:51 pmre: Hello I'm Chim Chim BubbleMouth....Pleased To Meet You#

Elizabeth ~Live your Dreams~
Better than the first one (Crusty LizardMouth) I came up with when I was having a blonde moment and not following the directions.

Have a GREAT weekend everyone,
Elizabeth
"Chim-Chim"


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Mar 11, 2005 10:31 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Tomica Bonner
Hi, from Zippy Bubblechunks. This is a nice exercise!!


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Mar 12, 2005 3:25 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Norm Morrison
Loopy Bubblebuns blushes.


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Mar 12, 2005 7:06 amre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Des Walsh
G'day

Snotty AppleFanny here

oh dear!


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Mar 12, 2005 6:39 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Ken Lane
Anybody seen Sally Sweetcheeks? She the one I want to do some serious networking with!


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Mar 13, 2005 1:48 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Barda Allen
Hello, as way of introducing myself, I'm Loopy Livertush!
I played this last year sometime on another list, thanks for bringing it here.

Otherwise known as Barda, the Spiritual Unschooler


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Mar 13, 2005 2:06 amre: Laughter in Networking?#

Susan Perkins
<> Michael, this comment is very interesting - I'm an adult - I think - and do giggle - perhaps too frequently from an "adult" viewpoint - My question: I wonder if this is why some do not take me seriously when I speak business? Hmmmmmm? :-) Not meaning to take the fun out of this new name exercise - but I think this is a good networking point to have some discussion on - Do you - as a seasoned - professional - business person - view another business person as not serious if they are "laughing" and having too much fun while networking and working? I know what Larry Winget would say...he gave a great talk at one of our FCCC FAME events a couple of months ago. Thoughts anyone? Best, Susan (The Nation's Capital)


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Mar 13, 2005 9:07 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

JoDee Inscoe
How about Gidget Rhinoface
Real name JoDee M. Inscoe


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Mar 15, 2005 4:39 pmre: re: re: Laughter in Networking?#

Ken Lane
Yup that's me, Dina. the king of the icebreakers.


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Mar 18, 2005 5:46 pmre: re: Laughter in Networking?#

Inez Ng
Susan:
You bring up an interesting point. I also remember listening to a Brian Tracy CD recently and he said very specifically that for a male salesperson, he should always smile when he first meet his prospects. And for a female salesperson, she should NOT smile until they have already started the conversation and established some rapport. He said that many men perceive a woman who smiled early on as not being a serious business person. What do you think of that?

BTW, apparently, I'm a crusty lizard.


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Mar 18, 2005 6:15 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

frannie kate chovanak
I'm still laughing from that experience....OK!!!

~~~Here is my new name >>"Poopsie Waffle Kisser"

hm...not bad {kinds, sorta, funny.... :)

thanks....

I will definitely pass this along...

"Have a Passionate Day"

franniekate2003


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Mar 19, 2005 1:01 amre: re: re: Laughter in Networking?#

Susan Perkins
I highly respect Brian Tracy - yet I have read that it is important to remember to smile when meeting another person - many forget to smile and look unapproachable.

I asked my brother about this and he said that many times when a woman smiles at a man - the male ego perceives it as the woman is "interested" to a certain degree - on a personal level!!! Oh MY.....!!!

Does this variance boil down to the ego of the male species then? Any males out there care to comment on this delicate subject??

Thanks Inez! Susan (The Nation's Capital)


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Mar 19, 2005 1:41 amre: re: re: re: Laughter in Networking?#

John Williams
Susan, most blokes would think that a woman *might* be interested if they smiled, spoke, looked - did anything but throw knives.
But most women can re-focus them pretty quickly, and usually without fuss, if they veer from the subject to 'unwelcome' areas and most men will let themselves be guided.
Return question, please; if a man should not take a smile as a possible indication of interest, what should we look for?


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Mar 19, 2005 2:04 amre: re: re: re: re: Laughter in Networking?#

Susan Perkins
WOW!! Thanks John for your honesty! This actually happened to me yesterday at our B2B mixer honoring our local public heroes. I was talking with a policewoman and a firefighter (male) that had just been interviewed by Fox5 in going out of their way to preserve lives. As this event honored them, I expressed my gratitude with warmth - as I do with most anyone anyway. The firefighter sat next to me while I was eating (he is married) and began asking very personal questions. Later, I thought back to what I might have done to provoke this questioning.

With this story as the backdrop, I would say that men need not be so forward and impatient. If a woman you just met smiles at you and is gregarious - I would suggest to focus on the lady and see how she is with others and learn who she is before you ASS-U-ME anything!

What is this woman's personality? Is she being nice to everyone? Who does she work for? Married? Children? Does she make a habit of going out for extra curricular activities after the networking event?

This are just a few questions to ask - time will always tell John - If you are available and interested in a woman - just WAIT - get to know her as a friend - be careful what you talk about - let her lead the subject matter and for goodness sake - DO NOT ASSUME ANYTHING!!

I hope this helps - with my networking for our chamber, I give out my cards everywhere and can tell you that I'M NOT looking for a personal relationship - I'm there to feed my family and help others sincerely with their businesses!!! Nevermind the fact that I really love being around groups of people.

Does this make sense? :-) Best, Susan (The Nation's Capital)


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Mar 19, 2005 2:25 amre: Does this make sense?#

John Williams
Susan, of course it does - your firefighter ... oops, bad choice of words! Your example male is the type who assumes that EVERY woman has got to be interested in HIM and that sub-species does not converse or relate.
Like any other person (male or female) with a one-track mind on any subject, they don't assume - they "know" until someone sets them straight and that change will probably only be temporary.
I think it's natural for men to probe but I agree about all the advice you gave except wait - have you ever met a patient man?


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Mar 19, 2005 3:24 amre: re: Does this make sense?#

Norm Morrison
I hope that this is taken as testosterone free.

When in the company of an attractive woman most of the men that I know, including me, grow 2 inches taller and 4 inches broader across the pecs. Our tongues become unencumbered by our brains and we say things that we think make us look witty and cool. It's just the way we are. Add a glass of wine and even our mom's will pretend that we're not related.

I want patience, and I want it now!

Happy Friday,
Norm


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Mar 19, 2005 3:51 amre: re: re: the Giggling question#

John Williams
Susan, to respond to your earlier question; "Do you view another business person as not serious if they are "laughing" & having too much fun while networking and working?"
As someone that looks like an accountant that's overdosed on vinegar, I appreciate the presence of some 'real humanity' in business discussions and have generally found that the people I most want to work with do too.
Of course, my background includes working as a magician, so I'm biased, but I've had people use some tricks I've taught them in business situations and heard of at least one (American) lawyer that successfully used one (not taught by me) in a trial!
The only thing worse than the person that is always pushing their idea of humor at people is the one that doesn't display any sense of humor.


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Mar 19, 2005 3:59 amre: re: re: Does this make sense?#

Susan Perkins
John & Norm -

Perhaps you guys should start a Testosterone Network? Boy, have I learned a lot by this thread!

Thanks for bringing the subject matter back to The Virtual Handshake - any wonder why kids can whisper in a person's ear something and by the time it has been transmitted to everyone in the room - how completely different it becomes!

With the "Virtual Network" I guess we don't have these problems, right? :-)

Best, Susan


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Mar 19, 2005 4:10 amre: re: re: re: Does this make sense?#

John Williams
Susan, "John & Norm - Perhaps you guys should start a Testosterone Network?"
I'd rather spend my business and social time in mixed company - much more enjoyable and I also learn more by contributions from both genders whether the discussion is writing, magic, web biz or whatever.

"Boy, have I learned a lot by this thread!"
Girl, So have I! But the views expressed are common ones, I think, and should not be very surprising.


Private Reply to John Williams

Mar 21, 2005 3:03 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

frannie kate chovanak
Hello Flunky GirdleTushie,

"Poopsie Wafflekisser here....what a fun book...I've been posting this to a number of friends who are all teachers...they have been busy figuring out their new names...I have a "Pinky" friend, another is "chim-chim", my significant other is "Buttercup"....obviously I am getting carried away with this...but, it is bringing laughter galore!!!

franniekate2003


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Mar 23, 2005 3:53 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Mary Rose Maguire
Hello Flunky GirdleTushie, pleased to meet you also.

Very fun exercise and I agree with you - we need to laugh more! At one of my NSA (National Speakers Association) events, we had a gentleman whose business is helping people laugh more. Yep. This guy gets paid to bring people to a "Laughing Camp" to exercise their laugh muscles! He was our after lunch speaker and I couldn't have thought of a better person to wake us up after a meal.

For fifteen minutes, we clapped our hands, walked around and looked at one another while laughing. Pretty soon the laughing turned to real laughing! But something interesting happened. Our heart rates went up as we did what I would consider, very little movement. By the end of those fifteen minutes, we were all much more alert. I was actually more alert than I was in the morning tanked up on caffeine!

Thanks again for the fun. :-)

Warmly,

Loopy AppleSprinkles (I sound like a cereal...)
(Mary Rose)


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Mar 28, 2005 11:28 pmre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Kate Steele
Great thread ... a gentle wit and lively sense of humor are are absolutely necessary attributes for consultants who are contracted to "fix" whatever a company sees as a "problem".

Most people, when told a consultant is being brought in to "help", "audit", "observe", "train", "problem solve", whatever ... become at least a little anxious, maybe angry, at the criticism they infer is being implied.

My work for the last 30 years has been primarily in claims - dealing with people who are injured/ill, frightened about their futures, anxious over money, and usually angry, depressed, defensive and/or suspicious that they will not be treated fairly - requires a sense of humor and light touch. The burnout rate among claims people is horrific, as it probably is in many other disciplines.

When I started out, I was very often the only female in the room, and, just as often, the youngest person. I was sneered at, ignored, propositioned, and talked down far more often than accepted for my experience and skills. I learned then, and still find, that a quiet voice and peaceful body language, an open expression, and good listening skills are as important in those first impression moments as a sense of humor is the rest of the time.

I do find that many men, when introduced to the female consultant or "expert", try to assert their supposedly natural male "superiority" even when they have not been directly challenged, use sarcasm and other forms of sham "humor" to move away from their own discomfort.

Women can be defensive and nasty, too, don't get me wrong, but my experience is that women are usually much more patient, and give another person (male or female) a chance to be heard, and decide how to proceed much more deliberately.

Cheers to us all!

Kate


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Apr 19, 2005 2:49 pmJohn Williams: Laughter in Networking?#

Sue
I've been all to often in the position of having fella's assume that because I am outgoing and smiling at them that there is interest on my part "more" than just a networking event or a friendly passing conversation.

If a gentleman truly would like to know how to perceive it, one way, the simplest of all possible things would be to ask if the young lady would like to meet for lunch outside the networking event or whichever situation that you may be in at the time.

To assume, from my view point that romantic attention is "wanted" by a woman because she is smiling at a man (unless I am perhaps misunderstanding the question) is a mistake.

The worst thing on earth that could happen? Is they'd say no thank you. And you can accept that graciously which at an event is important. Well I feel its important at any time but just my two cents this morning :)

Sue T.
Life & Relationship Coach
Confidence is Silent. It need not defend itself.
It simply exists inside of you.


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Apr 20, 2005 9:17 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Sue
Crusty Bubble Sniffer ... pffft LOL :)

Sue T.
Life & Relationship Coach


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Apr 21, 2005 2:45 pmMary Rose : Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Sue
How are you! I agree with you 100% about how laughter soothes the savage beast within. It is an amazing stress relief. I think this gentleman is onto something.

Nothing makes me feel better than a burst of giggles for no apparent reason ...or just when something strikes you funny. I've done it for years! Just amuse myself in saying something watching some one look at me because they thought it was odd and then that can really set me off to giggling.

Never mind Welch's Grape soda! That must have an incredibally high content of sugar because I get light headed and within 20 minutes of drinking a can I am just giggling uncontrolably. :) LOVE THAT ! I should go get some see if it still works.

Sue T.
Life & Relationship Coach
Confidence is Silent. It need not defend itself.
It simply exists inside you.


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Apr 28, 2005 2:28 amPinky AppleBrain here :)#

Danielle Bailey
*lol* I can't wait to explain that to my kids. *grins*

Danielle Bailey (my pseudonym for the staid world)


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Apr 28, 2005 3:41 pmAll those in favor of ending this thread...#

kdwells
...raise your hand!

*frantically waving hand in air*

~Kimberly


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Apr 28, 2005 4:06 pmre: All those in favor of ending this thread...#

David Badurina
I'll go with that!

~Squeezit Applesprinkle
ViralMarketingTool.com

:-)


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May 19, 2005 1:24 amre: re: All those in favor of ending this thread...#

Michael Lemm
Why end this thread?

Folks are having fun and connecting.

Isn't that what networking should be?

God Bless,
Michael


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May 19, 2005 2:21 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Lea
Hey Flunky,

What an awesome icebreaker ... gotta use this on my Captain Underpants (He'll never believe that I know the code). :)

Have a great day/night, and thanks for the fun!
Poopsie Wafflebuns


Private Reply to Lea

May 19, 2005 2:35 amre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

AJ Highlandhoney
This is Dinky Bubble Biscuits we love captain underpants in my family and especially love the lunch lady episode, thanks for reminding us to have fun many times in business its all serious and no fun I love this network,
love Dinky


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May 19, 2005 2:49 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Jeanie Marshall
Hi,

I laugh lots with my clients, who sometimes tell me they have not had such a good laugh since the last time we spoke.

Make it a Playful Day!
Poopsie Applefanny


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May 21, 2005 12:52 pmre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Ken Lane
Flunky Girdle Tushie will NEVER die!!!! It is a Ryze institution now. What if it becomes bigger than you network, Scott? Wiill you kill it in a fit of insecure rage?:)


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May 26, 2005 5:11 pmre: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Michael Lemm
LOL I guess it has become something of an "instituition". I get PMs and GB notes all the time citing what a tickle it gave folks...and helped them relax and connect.

And that folks...is what Flunky is supposed to do. ;)

God Bless,
Michael


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May 28, 2005 3:35 pmre: re: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Douglas Karr
Have a great weekend, everyone!


Dorkey Applebuns


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May 31, 2005 5:51 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Christa Dunwoody
Hi I am Loopy Chicken-squirt. Ha-Ha, this is fun!


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May 31, 2005 6:48 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Terri Higgins 707.998.9657 "WowYourBody"
Hi. Now that i'm totally dazed and confused.........my new name is "loopy cootie-pants" ? what is a cootie anyways?
haha


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May 31, 2005 7:03 pmHello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Mike Fesler BizHarmony
I’m not sure what a cootie is, but I think that little girls and little boys can give them to each other pretty easy?

Gidget GirdleBrain


Private Reply to Mike Fesler BizHarmony

May 31, 2005 7:24 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Terri Higgins 707.998.9657 "WowYourBody"
Ok, Great! I gave some cooties away and didn't
realize I even had them, let alone gave them.
What kind of deal is that? 47 and still dazed
and confused about the cootie thing! What's even
funnier is that others don't seem to know what IT
is either....hahahahaha What a wonderful world..

That's a great laugh for me....(-:


Private Reply to Terri Higgins 707.998.9657 "WowYourBody"

May 31, 2005 7:45 pmre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Lawrence Jackson
Oh my, I'm, Oprah Apple Butt. I hope I don't get sued. LOL!


Private Reply to Lawrence Jackson

May 31, 2005 8:30 pmTerri re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Joe Severa
Not so loud Terri, I believe that "cooties" are hair & scalp lice, some schools have or had epidemics of them in the last century, ROFL!

Hard to believe that this particular thread would have such a multi-month life, go figure!

Itch - Itch,

Joe

http://www.integrisdream.com/mannasage


Private Reply to Joe Severa

Jun 01, 2005 3:43 amre: Terri re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Terri Higgins 707.998.9657 "WowYourBody"
Oh no! Yes, cooties = louse = body lice. I can't even imagine having that, and giving it to others...
sobbing )-: And being loopy to boot! Whatever that could mean.....haha
It was fun......heeheehee


Private Reply to Terri Higgins 707.998.9657 "WowYourBody"

Jun 01, 2005 4:00 amre: re: Terri re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Danielle Bailey
Okies, I believe Loopy Cooties may be the FUNNIEST thing I've read on here. *cackles with glee* and boy have I read some doozies! (or was the poopsie floozies?? I can't keep them straight now!!)

Oh my - I really need to be working on this presentation :)) But this was FUNNY :)

Pinky Applebrain (is that good or bad??? apples are good right??)


Private Reply to Danielle Bailey

Jun 01, 2005 2:15 pmre: re: re: Terri re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Terri Higgins 707.998.9657 "WowYourBody"
Yes Apples are fabulous. An apple a day keeps
the doc away! haha And a dried out apple
(shriveled-up) could resemble the brain.
Pink is the color.
Looks like you're in great shape! haha
Have a great day.....Terri


Private Reply to Terri Higgins 707.998.9657 "WowYourBody"

Jun 08, 2005 6:54 pmre: re: re: re: Terri re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Michael Lemm
My lord this has to be the longest running...and by virtue of the number of "hit" the most visited ...thread on Ryze!

Who'd a thunk it huh?

Good on ya'll...connecting can and SHOULD be fun.

God Bless,
Flunky GirdleTushie


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Jun 09, 2005 8:23 amPoopsie Cootiefanny#

Craig Kiessling
Poopsie Cootiefanny...Oh boy...
Especially after the recent threads about cooties = lice...


Private Reply to Craig Kiessling

Jun 10, 2005 9:08 pmDorkey Cootiebutt#

Paul Finkelstein FIERCE LEGACY ENTREPRENEURS
Oy vey!!!

;)


P

Cute!


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Jun 30, 2005 11:37 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Missy Diaz
Im proud to say i am now known as "Snotty Cootie Juice".... Ha Ha.

Im truly a very serious business person, so naturally i had to participate in this thread.

Wonderful day to all!

SCJ


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Jul 02, 2005 2:41 pmre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Rebecca Noles
Lumpy Bubbletush reporting for duty! :)

Becki Noles


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Jul 02, 2005 3:28 pmHello, I'm Loopy Gizzardtush#

Terry Green
Now if that's not a mouthful!

Have a great day!

Love,

Loopy


Private Reply to Terry Green

Jul 14, 2005 8:36 pmre: Hello I'm Pinky Bubblehead...Pleased To Meet You#

Lynne Cogan
Wonder what would happen if I answered the phone at work: This is Pinky Bubblehead. How may I assist you?


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Jul 14, 2005 9:00 pmre: re: Hello I'm Pinky Bubblehead...Pleased To Meet You#

Mike Fesler BizHarmony
Similarly,

How would you react if I replied; this is Gidget GirdleBrain and I would like to sign up for an IBI membership?

M.


Private Reply to Mike Fesler BizHarmony

Jul 14, 2005 9:14 pmre: re: re: Hello I'm Pinky Bubblehead...Pleased To Meet You#

Jessica Ares
Ok I am Snooty Bubble Juice.lol


Jessie:)


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Jul 14, 2005 9:27 pmre: re: re: re: Hello I'm Pinky Bubblehead...Pleased To Meet You#

Chrystina "Chrysti" Tovani

 

Loopy Bubble Head, oh my!


Private Reply to Chrystina "Chrysti" Tovani

Jul 14, 2005 9:45 pmre: re: re: Hello I'm Pinky Bubblehead...To Gidget Girdlebrain#

Lynne Cogan
I'd be picturing you on a 1960s bikini carrying a surfboard and sounding a lot like Sally Field.


Private Reply to Lynne Cogan

Jul 14, 2005 9:54 pmre: re: re: re: Hello I'm Pinky Bubblehead...To Gidget Girdlebrain#

Mike Fesler BizHarmony
Now that is a visual that I could . . .we all could of lived without!!
{;-0
M.


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Jul 15, 2005 3:55 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Katherine Powers

 

Oh my, I am smiling ear to ear.  What a wonderful thread.  Worth reading every bit of it.  Thanks for the smiles.  

Tulefel Bubbletush

(Kate Powers)

Wild Women Entrepreneurs


Private Reply to Katherine Powers

Jul 15, 2005 4:38 amDorky cootiebutt & Loopy Cootiebutt at your service/..Pleased To Meet You#

Paul Finkelstein FIERCE LEGACY ENTREPRENEURS
and my wife is loopy cootiebutt!

lol!!!

P


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Jul 15, 2005 4:54 amApplefanny here with the rest of the fruits and nuts#

DR Rawson
Hellllo,

Applefanny here with the latest from the orchard. You see here, I'm a star just like Cher and Madonna. I only have one name. Tis great really, easier to remember, don't you think?

So, you all have a great night and a better day tomorrow.

Your friend,

Applefanny


Private Reply to DR Rawson

Jul 15, 2005 7:52 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Gregorio Mendez, Jr.
Hi, now that's an introduction! By the way, you can also call me Loopy Girdle Nose.

Nice to meet the rest of you. Is there any way I can help anyone?


Private Reply to Gregorio Mendez, Jr.

Jul 15, 2005 8:08 pmre: Hello I'm Chim-Chim Gizzardhead...Pleased To Meet You#

Elizabeth Erkaya
I just wanted to say thanks for the laugh... I have a very busy kids at home one is 3:-) I need all the laughter I can get. Have a GREAT weekend.
Thanks again,
Chim-Chim (Elizabeth)


Private Reply to Elizabeth Erkaya

Jul 16, 2005 5:36 amre: re: Hello I'm Chim-Chim Gizzardhead...Pleased To Meet You#

Danielle Bailey
*LOL* I can't believe this thread is still going - it's so funny :) The 60's bikini thing made my day :)

Danielle


Private Reply to Danielle Bailey

Jul 19, 2005 9:42 pmre: re: re: Hello I'm Chim-Chim Gizzardhead...Pleased To Meet You#

Michael Lemm
My Lord...almost a 1,000 views?!?

This thread should be in the Ryze hall of fame! :)


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Jul 19, 2005 10:33 pmHello I'm Snotty Bubblehead...Pleased To Meet You#

Russ Howard
All,

Ok. Ok. Any thread that's been going on this long, I guess I have to try it. Snotty Bubblehead here. Now you see why I didn't want to respond :-)

Glad to be part of Ryze and this network.

Russ Howard
Eagle Computer Technologies - Fort Worth, Texas
Moderator - Ryze Home Page HTML Helper Network


Private Reply to Russ Howard

Aug 10, 2005 6:17 pmre: Hello I'm Snotty Bubblehead...Pleased To Meet You#

Michael Lemm
Geez...kind of a bit "tense" around here lately. ;)

No worries...just what this thread is here to medicate (and it's STILL here...OMG).

Virtual business relationshipping doesn't have to be "all business". Injecting a little humanity.... and if at all possible levity... relaxes participants and helps make them and the situation more open to connecting in a positive way. (Scott and I actually chatted on this via PM many moons ago)

Exactly the purpose of this thread...in it's airy fairy esoterical form (LOL). Or....just sit back, loosen up, have a chuckle, and make a friend or 2 (or 3 or 4 or....).

Want a real life example-testimony? I've made lots of new friends....been given lots of referals....get tons of visitors.....and acquired a good number of new customers. All because of sharing this thread. No direct busines involved....just "real people stuff".

Hmmmmm....go figure. ;)

Now...join in and let your hair down a bit. You just might end up doing some business.... with a huge silly grin on your face.

What's wrong with that?

God Bless,
Michael


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Aug 10, 2005 11:23 pmre: Hello ...I am Lumpy Bubblesniffer.....Pleased To Meet You#

Robert Montgomery
Lumpy possibly Someone has my picture handy! Bubblesniffer?

My mother doesn't even recognize me any more.

My dog dis-owned me.

Post Office is sueing me for name fraud

Veterans Administration has determined that they can not send me my pension check because name was not found in any of their databases.

Social Security Department, has re - issued me a new number.

No one in this network recognizes me any more.

Help... I have been framed!!!!!

Lumpy


Private Reply to Robert Montgomery

Aug 10, 2005 11:36 pmre: re: re: re: Laughter in Networking?#

Robert Montgomery
Hi sue:

Male here. In response to your question.

What are women afraid of when they start smiling from the start? That piece of cheesecake stuck on their teeth?

Or the Spinach Dip hanging out of their mouth?

A cordial smile never hurt anyone.

It doesn't matter if male or female.

A smile in many ways is the first thing most people see when meeting another.

A smile lets one say hello I am one worth talking to.

If I walk into a room and all the ladies are not smiling, then I feel that I stumbled onto the worlds ugliest face contest.

A smile in a network offline simply means Hello, if guys or women have issues with that, then maybe they need to do a soul search on their own methods of introduction.

Now just do not smile at the first guy you come in contact with while in jail. That is a sure fire way to meet someone in a not so good way.

Lumpy Bubblesniffer


Private Reply to Robert Montgomery

Aug 11, 2005 12:11 amre: re: re: re: re: Laughter in Networking?#

Christine Thurston
Wafflebuns. Loopy Wafflebuns.

I'm a giggler. I like to laugh and have fun. Otherwise, what's the point??

I think laughter in networking is necessary but the problem is when you think you are funnier then you really are.

It is so annoying when someone cracks a joke or tells a story that is supposed to make us all split-a-gut laughing but drops like a lead balloon.


Loopy Wafflebuns


Private Reply to Christine Thurston

Aug 11, 2005 6:40 amre: re: re: Laughter in Networking?#

Marilyn Jenett


I feel prompted to jump in the water here...

Please forgive the fact that I never read this thread before because I just don't find this name game funny - silly, but not funny (and I am not known for a lack of humor). I read the subject line some time ago and that was enough.

But I just saw all this new activity and asked myself, "What the heck are they doing in there?" and couldn't resist.

I see. You apple fanny cootie characters have some crusty conversation going on here and it's stimulating my dorkey poopsie brain. (Help! Let me outta here!).

That's better...

All due respect to Brian Tracy, I just have to disagree with this. First of all, we're not talking the man on the street here. We're talking about BUSINESSmen. And I believe that any businessman who is reasonably perceptive (which he should be if he's in business) can tell if a woman is coming on to him with a smile or not. And if he is a businessman, I would think that his ego wouldn't be distorting his ability to conduct business (of course none of this is absolute depending on hormone levels).

Women don't just smile with their mouths. They smile with their eyes. And THAT look can come across in the eyes. But a friendly, warm smile upon meeting a business contact or client? I believe that could only create a nice bond between two people and be the precursor to a good business meeting/relationship.

Women in this day and age are serious about their businesses and careers. It would be rare for one to enter a business meeting with the intention of "hitting" on a contact or client. So I think it is unrealistic to think that men would be on the lookout for this or expecting it - if they were indeed businessmen. And if there was a situation where the man might misread for some reason - then surely by the time the women begins the conversation and displays her knowledge and/or intelligence, he will understand. In fact, that might impress him more to find a warm, feminine personality who really knows her business stuff. She's not attempting to be an equal man - she's a businesswoman - not a girdle tushed floosie. Of course there may be a couple of jerks out there who have their own plans for giving the saleswoman the account - but they are outside of the scope of this conversation.

Anyway, these are just my thoughts. Perhaps Brian Tracy's statement goes back a bit in time - was it recent or a bit "archaic"? He's been around for ages.

I am reminded of a situation I experienced some years back. I had a young attorney doing some business for me and we got involved in a project together. He invited me to a meeting at his office to meet some principles of the project - men. Steven and I became friends and could speak honestly to each other. He later gave me what he said was an incredible compliment - something I was not at all aware of.

He said that when I walked into the room and when I spoke, I commanded everyone's attention (all men). Why? He said that I wasn't like most women who subtly use their feminine wiles when meeting with men. He said I did not come across as masculine in any way nor was I overly feminine. He told me they were all aware that they were in the presence of a BUSINESS PERSON who knew her stuff. And although it was awhile back, I guarantee you that when I walked into that room I smiled as I shook each man's hand.

I am not sharing this account to brag in any way - I honestly was not aware of how I was perceived until he told me. I am reminded of this because I know that when I entered that meeting, I had one thing on my mind - that meeting. And that's what I projected. I am equally certain that if I entered a room to meet a man and lusted after him and wanted him to know it, I could project that too :-) But I doubt seriously if that is what is happening for the most part in today's business world.

And besides...in the movies, don't the men ALWAYS buy from those saleswomen who smile - you know - smile (wink)?

I vote for men AND women to keep smiling. Just no heavy breathing.

Marilyn


Private Reply to Marilyn Jenett

Aug 11, 2005 12:23 pmre: re: re: re: Laughter in Networking?#

Glenda Lowery
I agree this name game is silly. I am sure children would find it very funny, so isn't it great at times to let the child that is in all of us go free and enjoy the silliness.

Crusty BubbleTush signing off to get ready for work,

a.k.a

Glenda


Private Reply to Glenda Lowery

Sep 18, 2005 3:41 pmre: re: re: re: re: re: Laughter in Networking?#

Gaurav Tekriwal
lolz
Dorkey Apple Buns here....

;)
Jeez


Private Reply to Gaurav Tekriwal

Dec 14, 2005 5:03 pmre: re: re: re: re: re: re: Laughter in Networking?#

Michael Lemm
'Bout that time again.

What time you say?

Have some fun...get a bit goofy...and share a smile or too.

Chases away the holiday blaughs....and brings a grin to ones face. Loosens up the old networking muscles so to speak.

Afterall...'tis the season to be jolly!

Soooooo....who's next? Newbies are welcome!

God Bless,
Michael Lemm
FreedomFire Communications
http://ld.net/mscprez
http://DS3-Bandwidth.com
http://Broadband-Nation.blogspot.com


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Dec 14, 2005 5:48 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Dan Strayer
This is FUN!

Pinky Gerbil Head here......


Private Reply to Dan Strayer

Dec 17, 2005 9:35 amre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Amit Kalla
Hello Flunky and all,

If this has got me - an incurable lurk-er - to post, it sure deserves to be in the hall of fame.

As someone puts it in this thread; I am too smiling ear to ear.

Chim-Chim AppleSniffer.

LOL....

Stay tuned people.

Amit Kalla.


Private Reply to Amit Kalla

Dec 17, 2005 1:19 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Sanjay Arora
This is Punky Gizzardbuns wishing a great weekend to everyone


Private Reply to Sanjay Arora

Dec 17, 2005 6:26 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

DeAnna Troupe, Video Marketing Specialist
Hi I'm Pinky Hamster Chunks. Nice to meet you.
I've got to post this on my ryze network. Maybe that will spark some conversation.

DeAnna Spencer aka. "Pinky Hamster Chuks"
http://learnsmallbusiness.typepad.com


Private Reply to DeAnna Troupe, Video Marketing Specialist

Jan 25, 2006 4:10 pmre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Michael Lemm
I'm not going to get into specifics (and please don't ask)....but I'm getting the feeling that maybe Ryze and some Ryzers are going through some tense times recently.

So...time to redirect a bit of energy, recharge a tad, and bring those newbies and closet lurkers out into the light.

"You may post when ready Smedley!"

God Bless,
Michael Lemm
FreedomFire Communications
"Helping YOUR Business....DO Business"
http://ld.net/mscprez

aka Flunky GirdleTushy


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Jan 25, 2006 10:09 pmre: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Joe Hagarty
Hi joetheartist here, - Thank you for your recent communication. I'm from "writingup" and several other blogs. I'm retired and do a lot of art.

Joe Hagarty


Private Reply to Joe Hagarty

Jan 26, 2006 4:07 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Lawrence McDowell
Hello all,
This is Oprah Gigglehiney here!
It is a pleasure to meet you all.
Regards,
OGH


Private Reply to Lawrence McDowell

Jan 26, 2006 11:41 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Traci Knoppe
Poopsie Pottybiscuits checking in. LOL

I love to laugh and have a quirky sense of humor. My maiden name is Quick - so I really do have a "Quick wit". ;-)

Traci Knoppe
Titus 2 Web Studios
Skype ID: tknoppe


Private Reply to Traci Knoppe

Mar 16, 2006 6:27 pmre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Michael Lemm
Is it that time again? Seems things are bit slow and way too serious lately. ;)

God Bless,
michael Lemm
FreedomFire Communications
http://Broadband-Nation.blogspot.com


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Mar 16, 2006 10:22 pmre: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

D Fandango
Hi. I'm..

Loopy Girdle Sniffer nee Chicken Chunks (you can see why I got married

...or perhaps not!)

Think there'sanyone left after me????

Dame F xx



Private Reply to D Fandango

Mar 16, 2006 10:59 pmre: re: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Heidi Richards

In honor of Saint Paddy's Day - I'm throwing in me wee bit 2 cents worth -

Grant me a sense of humor, Lord,
the saving grace to see a joke,
To win some happiness from life,
And pass it on to other folks.

Thanks for the belly laugh! I'll be introducing meself at the pub later as Chim Chim Cootie Shorts -
aka Heidi Richards O'Hern Mooney to me friends.


Private Reply to Heidi Richards

Mar 24, 2006 1:03 amre: re: re: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

John James O'Brien
Picking up on Susan and Dina's thoughts, and others, I agree that humour and a little ice breaking can be very effective. However, humour is often culturally driven and, therefore, risky. To improve the utility of the list posted, I'd drop a number of terms. Look them over and see how some of these can be put together in ways that may not reflect well on the poor sod stuck with the terms, or on the host.

The concept is great. As a facilitator, I tend to draw upon trems that are either affirming, provocative in the sense of encouraging thought about the topic of the day, or amusing in ways that do not risk bringing up any negative connotations. It takes a bit of work, but is worth it. Some people call that political correctness--I call it manners. Some will not recognize the effort--there's no value added gain for this group. Others will (absolutely will) see the effort that went into tailoring the exercise. There is a distinct value added gain for that crowd. Thoughts?


Private Reply to John James O'Brien

Mar 29, 2006 1:48 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Jennifer (Spence) Irving
Pinky GizzardLips reporting :)


Private Reply to Jennifer (Spence) Irving

Mar 31, 2006 5:07 pmre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Suzanne Kriegar
hello zsa zsa gizzard tush here.

Very funny I have to show the kids.


Private Reply to Suzanne Kriegar

Apr 18, 2006 4:46 pmre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Kate Steele
Well, Tuleful GerbilTush here.

I recently watched a bit of an auction of collector cars on TV; the auctioneer was introduced as Spanky Assiter.

He must be a man of rare good humor and composure.

Cheers to us all!

Kate


Private Reply to Kate Steele

Apr 21, 2006 1:13 amre: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Lisa Cody

What a funny exercise!! Although I'm not too fond of my new name...

 Snotty Bubblebrains here...

The fact that I'm blonde doesn't help matters either (sigh)

 Thanks for the giggle!

 Lisa

Owner

Your Virtual Girl Friday

Expert Office Administration & Support...Virtually

 http://www.yourvirtualgirlfriday.com 


Private Reply to Lisa Cody

Apr 21, 2006 4:12 pmre: re: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901
Well, so much for sophistication. This is Zippy Bubblepants.

Lamar Morgan
CDMM
Power Networking
http://www.squidoo.com/CDMM


Private Reply to Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901

May 20, 2006 11:11 pmre: re: re: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Michael Lemm
The heck with sophistication....just have some fun!!

This may be the longest running..and most visited thread on Ryze. That hopefully tells you something.

Now who's next??

God Bless,
Michael Lemm
FreedomFire Communications
http://Broadband-Nation.blogspot.com
http://mscprez/ld.net


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

May 28, 2006 12:13 amHello from Loopy Appletush#

Barbara Casey
Gee, I kinda like my new name. Loosen up with Loopy.

And that's a lotta handshakes on this post, too.

Cheers,
Loopy Barb

Barbara Casey
Extreme Niche Marketing Coach
Free 102-page niche marketing course:
http://www.newradiance.com/nichemarketing.htm


Private Reply to Barbara Casey

Jul 04, 2006 4:44 pmre: Hello from Loopy Appletush#

Michael Lemm
Geez...is there anyone who hasn't signed in here with their "new" name yet?

Well....if so now's the time. Hint, hint. :)

Loosen up....let your hair down....have some fun....connect with a smile (er silly grin?).

God Bless,
Michael


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Jul 04, 2006 10:05 pmre: re: Hello from Loopy Appletush#

Sheila Dovaston

Hello - Crusty Bubblehead here - I love my surname but not so keen on my christian name still..... it's all good clean fun, keep it up.

 


Private Reply to Sheila Dovaston

Jul 18, 2006 3:18 amBoobie Toliet Lips is going back to her maiden name#

Jill
At least then I was Boobie Waffle Buns

I had to see what all the fuss was about - and so far this might be my favourite thread.

Thanks for the chuckle (and the heads up on Captain Underpants - my little Crusty Toliet Lips will love it...I think)


Jill
MMVP
www.virtualprofessional.ca


Private Reply to Jill

Aug 28, 2006 2:34 pmre: Dorkey Cootiebutt - Still a favorite thread!!!!!! LOL#

Tbeme
Its wonderful to see everyone being able to let the kid in them come out!!!!
Poopsie Girdle Lips here
and i just want to say HELLO EVERYBODY AND HAVE A GREAT DAY!
Tracy Lewis

http://www.crazy4candles.scent-team.com/home.php
http://www.digitalmomteam.com/tracy
http://www.ryze.com/go/Tbeme
http://www.directmatches.com/Tbeme


Private Reply to Tbeme

Aug 29, 2006 1:24 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Linda J. Alexander http://www.lindajalexander.net

Okay, any post that's gone THIS long -- by my non-math mind, seems to be about a year & a half now -- begs to be continued.

I'm something of a new member & don't think I've boldly jumped in anywhere yet. My name is (drum roll, please) Pinkyliver Humperdink. Yes, I MUST be related to that other infamous Humperdink, though I haven't yet uncovered the connection. I'm a genealogist, though, so I'm sure to find it eventually.

All silliness aside . . . no, not aside, just evolved -- I don't believe in ever giving up on my seemingly less-than-serious personality traits, in business as much as in life. Maybe that's okay since I write books, novels & bios, & can "get away" w/being a bit eccentric.

However, I just think life's far too serious to not give in to the opportunity to smile, whenever & wherever. My personal philosophy, for so many years, is "Why Be Normal?" I've even owned that button & often worn it upside down.

I don't necessarily need the business people in my life to be somber. I just need them to be good at what they do.


Blessings -- "Just Call Me Pinky"



Linda J. Alexander, Books For The Thinking Reader
http://www.lindajalexander.net
http://www.authorsden.com/lindajalexander
HOLLYWOOD & POLITICS - http://hollywoodpolitics-network.ryze.com/


Private Reply to Linda J. Alexander http://www.lindajalexander.net

Sep 06, 2006 11:30 amre: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Deanna Whitten
Hi, Im Poopsie Waffle sniffer. LOL

Deanna
http://www.deannasscentedcandles.com


Private Reply to Deanna Whitten

Oct 10, 2006 10:39 pmre: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Michael Lemm
Finally got my wife to do this.....

Lumpy Girdle Tushie

Boy am I in the dog house! LOL

God Bless,
Flunky

http://mscprez.ld.net


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Nov 05, 2006 5:59 pmre: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

Michael Lemm
Geez...over 2000 page views???

Plus 100 posts???

Is this the most viewed and longest running thread on Ryze?

Looks like it. ;)

God Bless,
Michael Lemm
FreedomFire Communications
"Helping YOUR Business....DO Business"
http://mscprez.ld.net
http://DS3-Bandwidth.com
http://Broadband-Nation.blogspot.com


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Nov 05, 2006 6:35 pmre: re: re: re: Hello I'm Flunky Girdle Tushie...Pleased To Meet You#

>> Barry Caplan - Start Your Future Today
Oh please hardly.

For example this theread:http://www.ryze.com/posttopic.php?topicid=578487&confid=109

While not quite as old, is still over a year old now, has 3800+ views and 289 posts, all of which are more substantive then every post in this thread.

I am sure there are others too.

Best,

Barry


Private Reply to >> Barry Caplan - Start Your Future Today

Nov 09, 2006 4:30 pmDorkey Cootiebutt & Loopy Cootiebutt/ PleasedTo Meet You#

Paul Finkelstein FIERCE LEGACY ENTREPRENEURS

Mike and all,
....longest thread or not, glad to have some fun here.....

Thanks for the fun.
:)


Truly
Paul & Sara
Dorkey Cootiebutt & Loopy Cootiebutt


Private Reply to Paul Finkelstein FIERCE LEGACY ENTREPRENEURS

Jul 27, 2007 4:31 pmre: Flunky's Back#

Bea Kunz
Good Morning Michael,

Poopsie Chicken Juice here to thank you for a delightful exercise in how to enjoy a good laugh.

I'll remember you in my prayers, hopefully your out of the "dog house" by now!

My grandsons will have a blast with this one...they are 8 and 6...just getting the hang of the real sillies.

Happy weekend~~~laugh a lot!


Bea Kunz
http://www.sagehillfarmsandvintagestore.com
Eat Well-Be Well


Private Reply to Bea Kunz

Jan 16, 2008 5:56 pmre: re: Flunky's Back#

Michael Lemm
He's back ... ;)

Anyone like to join in the fun....just add your "new" name.

A few seconds to relax, smile (laugh if you like), and loosen up a bit....is good for your "mindset".

Fun way to break the ice and make "networking" enjoable (and yeah .... maybe a bit goofy too).

God Bless,
Michael Lemm
FreedomFire Communications
"Helping YOUR Business....DO Business"
http://mscprez.ld.net
http://DS3-Bandwidth.com
http://Broadband-Nation.blogspot.com


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Feb 06, 2008 6:59 pmre: re: re: Flunky's Back#

Michael Lemm
Can you imagine what would happen if you introduced yourself at a biz function with your "Captain Underpants" name? Way too funny!!

Anyway...keep this thread going folks. Nice ice breaker and way to really let your hair down (if you have any). Have fun connecting!

God Bless,
Michael Lemm
FreedomFire Communications
"Helping YOUR Business....DO Business"
http://Broadband-Nation.blogspot.com


Private Reply to Michael Lemm

Apr 06, 2022 2:38 pmre: re: re: re: Flunky's Back#

Paul Finkelstein FIERCE LEGACY ENTREPRENEURS

Hope you're having fun
Today

Cheers

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