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Ade's revenge!


suzieosman 10 66 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2004 12:22PM
I've just posted a piccie of Andy (zippie) within the galleries and want all of you to please have a look and make as many caustic comments on it as you can all think of! He deserves it after the shot he recently uploaded of me....thanks guys. Oh and by the way he knows I've uploaded if any of you are worried.....Ade

Zippie

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Carabosse e2
11 39.5k 269 England
23 Sep 2004 12:35PM
Excellent pic of a fine-looking gentleman! Smile



Oh.... I don't think I'm supposed to say that am I? :o(

Great pic actually - with the fleeing owl etc!!
Ade_Osman e2
11 4.5k 36 England
23 Sep 2004 12:41PM
Ooohh You big brown nose CB.....lol
Carabosse e2
11 39.5k 269 England
23 Sep 2004 12:43PM
Sorry! :o(




Grin
zippie 10 1.3k England
23 Sep 2004 12:54PM
IMHO opinion, that ruddy bird has ruined a great portrait shot !

At least it makes my legs look thin !
UserRemoved 10 4.2k
23 Sep 2004 1:10PM
As I commented on the photo...

I dont think I've ever seen a better example of a 'chimping' photo in my life Wink
Ade_Osman e2
11 4.5k 36 England
23 Sep 2004 1:14PM
Am I thick or what, explain "chimping" Joe?
UserRemoved 10 4.2k
23 Sep 2004 1:16PM
It applies to the act of looking at the previously taken photos on the back of the camera.

Usually to the detriment of of whats going on in front of you. (Just like the photo) Wink


Catching a press/sports tog chimping and getting it on camera is a prized possession. Usually reserved for holding up for ridicule at some point in the future.
Ade_Osman e2
11 4.5k 36 England
23 Sep 2004 1:18PM
aha.....like I said, thick me...lol, thanks for the explanation....Ade
zippie 10 1.3k England
23 Sep 2004 1:19PM
Never heard chimping before Joe !

i knew exactly what was going on, and knew there was no shot available, as I would of ended up with that flippin' ade osmant in my shot again !!!

LOL
bpa 10 1.2k
23 Sep 2004 2:22PM
The art of chimping is also accompanied by grunts and chimp like noises: hhmm, hhmm, uuhh, uuhh, hhmm.

HERE is a link to a short film about chimping, be warned though, it's a big file and would take a couple of days on dial up.

Stephen

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