Friday, July 13, 2012

Five things I couldn't write about this week...

I have been a littler quieter than usual on the blog, twitter and facebook. I am going to blame it on a little 'R'. My keyboard decided it didn't like this letter anymore. I kept trying to write, hoping that auto correct would fix up all the missing letters but it was doing a worse job than me.

It makes it really hard to write Redcliffe Style or Rachel without an 'R'.

Five other things I also couldn't write about:
1. Three Risqué bedroom tips for Rampallions;
2. Recoct Rocket Risotto Recipe - This could have been my greatest recipe yet;
3. Rabble rousing riffraff - what an awesome post it could have been;
4. Roller Derby roller-skates; and
5. Secret squirrels reveals revealing secret.
Lucky, this morning the 'R' is back.

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  1. You know what this means? The scrud that was stuck under the R has now moved elsewhere. In my experience, it's usually the vowels that suffer. I once wrote an entire 3000 word essay without the letter E. I left a space and amended it with pen afterwards. The marker must have been sympathetic, as he didn't dock any points for it!

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    1. That is amazing. You have incredible patience. I wouldn't have been able to do it.

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  2. Damn, I've been hanging out for squirrel secrets!

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    1. Oh well, the inspiration has left me now :)

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  3. I would've loved to have read about roller derby roller skates! Hmmm, I haven't had trouble with keys that was accidental, only deliberate when husb was playing jokes!

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    1. Mine key problem could have related to some spilt water. I was going to go off to Apple this morning but now I don't have too. R

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  4. Ooh risqué for Rampallions. Not sure what the latter is, but I'm intrigued!

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    1. Rampallions are villains. Risqué villains are the best type.

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  5. Damn that 'R'!! lol
    Glad to see it's back in working order :)

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  6. So funny! I want to hear about rabble rousing riffraff now that the R is back ;)

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    1. So many stories I could tell about them :)

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  7. Would love to hear what secrets the squirrels have haha

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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    1. Thanks Ai, I think they have many secrets. :)

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  8. Well now the R is back best you get on with those awesome posts hey?

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    1. Yes, but the inspiration has left the building :)

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  9. If you'd written it all in the voice of Elmer Fudd, there'd be no problem. It would be weird, but no problem.

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  10. The 7 & 8 keys were broken on my lap top for an eternity. Made internet shopping pretty tricky to say the least. Glad you R back :0)

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  11. haha I love it!!! What a funny little post!! :) very creative!

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  12. LOL! I remember when my keyboard died at the letter "P". Damn, it was frustrating!
    I reckon "Three Risque Bedroom Tips for Rampallions" would be the next "50 Shades of Grey" ;)

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    1. Haha, that's exactly what I was thinking as I wrote that :)

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  13. I once had to take the laptop to an Apple genius after my son peeled a few keys off, I feel your pain x

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    1. How can he even do that? Those keys are so flat. He must have a special talent. I am off to Apple today. A few other keys have gone walk about now.

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  14. Excellent! I'm eagerly awaiting the Roller Derby blog post. ;) Glad it's back! xx

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    1. I am glad it's back too. Now another letter has disappeared. I appears that keyboards don't like water :)

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  15. I expect to see extra Rs to make up for it this week!

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    1. I really look forward to writing really long articles regards raccoons, rainbows and rum shots :)

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  16. Hilarious... and scary... who knew a consonant could go on strike?

    I'm a first time visitor via the Nuffnang blogopolis wrap-up post... and It's a pleasure to *meet* your blog!

    Catherine @ The Spring (in Sydney)
    http://www.thespringblog.com/

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