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Thread: There are no deposits of Shrouds in Australia.

  1. #1 There are no deposits of Shrouds in Australia. 
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    Research has shown there are no deposits of Shrouds in Australia. No reserves are held. Shrouds are peculiar things. For a start, no "" e "" in Shrouds. Nor are they like Voles. To get a good fitting Shroud requires a lot of forthought. Shrouds are never related to crowds- never in the plural, singular is best for Shrouds. Youve heared the expression "" he's under a shroud at the moment "", well I've been looking everywhere for my Shroud. They are easily displaced, and this could prove fatal if one was needed in a hurry. So make this a good time to check up where your Shroud is at the moment. You do not want to be caught short. And the old saying "" don't forget your Shroud "" is a common remark. People with an instinct for Disaster generally say things like that. I'll admit. Shrouds are not my cup of tea, but there you go, there's no pleasing everybody. ( personally, I wouldn't be seen dead in a Shroud ). westwind.


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    wft........??


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    Dear Paleoichneum. You have the f and t transposed. westwind.





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    What's a shroud? Like the infamous forgory?
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    Quote Originally Posted by westwind
    Dear Paleoichneum. You have the f and t transposed. westwind.

    But you do understand the point he was trying to convey don't you?
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    Dear wallaby, yes, I don't blame him. Still, I'll try to enlighten him...even tho it's all shrouded in mystery.

    Clue! I have confidence that this shroud--- opps.. thread, has pulled in two new members. ( to Science Forum ).

    Note: Science Forum is serious in its Charter to educate and evaluate submitted Threads. There are competent members capable of providing logical explanations to most queries lodged in this Forum. Having posted that it must be said that there is just a little room for Mr. Magoo to enter in where angels fear to tread. It gives the really serious nerds an opportunity to scratch their heads, thus freeing up some overworked site in their brain. Hence wtf. westwind.
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    Beware you are not taken to task and evermore BANNED for "Spamming nonsense" or some other such tripe. Yes, they do that sort of thing here, to the most timid and inoffensive of creatures- I've seen it, I've felt it, and it's nothing like a piece of velvet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Angler View Post
    Beware you are not taken to task and evermore BANNED for "Spamming nonsense" or some other such tripe. Yes, they do that sort of thing here, to the most timid and inoffensive of creatures- I've seen it, I've felt it, and it's nothing like a piece of velvet.

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