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1 Arthur on Thu Nov 26, 2009 7:47 am

Woah, I didn´t actually know Art´s real name was Arthur! But I´ve probably just missed it somewhere and will feel dumb when everybody laughs at me having known it for ages =<

Also, what a merry present!!!

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2 Re: Arthur on Thu Nov 26, 2009 7:56 am

I just joined the forum, but I've been a fan for a few months now, so this is my first post! cheers

I'm just waiting for those puddings to either explode or burst into some sort of giant tentacle monster.... Oh. Wait... this isn't Nurse Sally.... Sad

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3 Re: Arthur on Thu Nov 26, 2009 8:28 am

I'm with G_Dog. I have no idea what those 'gifts' are but I bet that it isn't going to turn out nice. Or edible. Or even particularly condusive to continued living.

Options include:
1) Oxidising explosive that detonates as soon as the pack is opened;
2) Oxidising self-vaporising poisonous chemical (see above);
3) Mutagenic chemical-contaminated pudding (Steel Squirrel vs. the 60-Foot Platipus);
4) Expired Xmas Pud (Oh... my guts ache!).

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4 Re: Arthur on Thu Nov 26, 2009 8:34 am

Pudding???????????
What???????????????????????
Who the hell would give pudding as a christmas gift???????????????
I don´t get it. Is that some kind of english christmas tradition?

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5 Re: Arthur on Thu Nov 26, 2009 10:03 am

Hmmmm...
Perhaps it is a ball of freeze dried pudding.
Or a snow globe filled with pudding...
Now I'm hungry for pudding.

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6 Re: Arthur on Thu Nov 26, 2009 10:37 am

Maybe a Christmas tree ornament idolizing the company. Maybe a round fruitcake? (That's really an oxidizing bomb) Maybe he should have Scarlet open it just in case... <.<;

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7 Re: Arthur on Thu Nov 26, 2009 11:31 am

Ellis wrote:Maybe a Christmas tree ornament idolizing the company. Maybe a round fruitcake? (That's really an oxidizing bomb) Maybe he should have Scarlet open it just in case... <.<;

If it does turn out to be some kind of food, then the squirrels would probably be the first ones to get to it.

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8 Arthur on Thu Nov 26, 2009 1:36 pm

It's his Mohawk Grenade Fool! :p

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9 Re: Arthur on Thu Nov 26, 2009 2:06 pm

I evidently didn't write "Pud" in large enough letters on the side Smile

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10 Re: Arthur on Thu Nov 26, 2009 7:23 pm

Im stuck on the thought his real name was arthur this whole time.

like over 600 strips.. and now we know his name is arthur. this comic is a lie!

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11 Re: Arthur on Fri Nov 27, 2009 4:28 am

jollyjack wrote:I evidently didn't write "Pud" in large enough letters on the side Smile

I'm afaraid not, no. tongue

So... Art's company is going through a tough patch with the recession. A microwave-in-the-bowl Xmas Pud is the only end-of-year bonus they can afford? Better start pawning off Denzien tech, Art. You're gonna need the cash soon enough!

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12 Re: Arthur on Fri Nov 27, 2009 10:32 am

friney23 wrote:
Ellis wrote:Maybe a Christmas tree ornament idolizing the company. Maybe a round fruitcake? (That's really an oxidizing bomb) Maybe he should have Scarlet open it just in case... <.<;

If it does turn out to be some kind of food, then the squirrels would probably be the first ones to get to it.

But not even the squirrels can digest christmas pud... santa silent pale

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13 Re: Arthur on Sat Nov 28, 2009 3:04 pm

Now, now don't be so negative about the pud... if no one wants to eat them they can always be used as bowling balls.

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14 Re: Arthur on Sun Nov 29, 2009 12:06 am

Considering that "Art" is usually short for "Arthur", I'm not surprised.

Who knew there'd be a Christmas gift food that would make the receiver want to get a fruitcake instead. Neutral

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15 Re: Arthur on Tue Dec 01, 2009 9:25 am

Been there, seen the crunch firsthand. Used to work as a contract road and bridge construction inspector once upon a time. One fine year I recall receiving not one but TWO full sized Smithfield hams, one from the company I worked for, the other from a construction operation that I worked with in the field.

What was a family of three going to do with two huge hams..

We took one to a local butcher to cut it in two, cooked one half for us, the other we gave to the family dinner for Christmas, and gave the other one to the church.

Next year we moved, and have yet to see such a treasure being given to us since.

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16 Re: Arthur on Wed Dec 02, 2009 10:32 am

I´m actually happy with my christmas present I got at work. I work in the office at a real astate company and one of the real estate agents gave me a 100 € gift card for Ikea. Gonna need that when I move to a larger flat next year.

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