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Oh! Not Again!!
Don't know why this keeps popping up from time to time but yes it is and if you have been reading the various reports on this site it is quite clear there is no doubt and I am sure they would not duck out from telling you the truth. If you visit some other sites with the same content as this one you would not believe the names that appear there. i.e Cruise Diva; Schroder 8 to name just two.
Why do you want to know? C'mon, you'll be asking for my inside leg measurement next. Just read the stuff we write and if you are not happy with that tell us. ....... Neil.
Neil, haven't heard from Bob lately, how's he doing?
Oh, up and down you know. .... Neil.
I see this issue has reared its head on the P & O Community Forum too, not interested in your inside leg measurement Neil, only your cruise tips!..............Jude.
Thanks for the info, Jude, I'll look into it dreckly, us Cornish must stick together. ... Neil.
Only curious - but surely by using such a provocative (in the non-sexual sense) sobriquet, you are inviting the question? But yes, I do like the stuff you write. And seeing as you brought up the subject, what IS your inside leg measurement???
Since you ask so nicely I will repeat for the record that the reason we use pseudonyms is because we cruise quite a lot. This means that we are often not at home and there was a time, when we used our real names, when three or four people were intent on letting the whole world know where we lived so we changed to using, as you so quaintly put it, soubriquets. The other thing you wanted to know is 790mm It is a good job this is well back in the answers now for it not to be seen by many if any. ....... Neil.
Thanks for your reply, now I understand, and your pseudonyms are much more amusing than 'John and Jane Smith'. Who knows, we may meet up on a cruise one day. You'll recognise me - I'll be the one carrying a tape measure. Cheers, Gill,.