Thursday, 2 June 2011

Grab a button for the BQS

And because I love comments, tell me something funny that happened to you this week, last week any week of your life.  Ideally something embarrassing.  
Brit Quilt Swap
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And, for any Brit Quilters who don't have it already, here is the Brit Quilt button to add to your blog.


BRIT QUILT
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12 comments:

  1. Goodness, I must lead a boring life (or be boring) because I can't think of anything funny or embarrassing that happened last week - sorry

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  2. ...and I'd rather not!! Lead by example woman!

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  3. Hrmmm, Last week I was getting dressed and as one leg was in and the other leg up to the knee I realized that I was putting my pants on backwards. I looked up and my sweetie was turning purple he was trying so hard not to laugh.

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  4. Mmmm how about year before last which was 1st time I'd taken hubby to see Take That in concert. Yeah we were right at front of stage so when they 1st came out Jason Orange (my fave) was about 2ft away from me. My knees went and the hubs had to grab my elbow to prevent me from hitting the deck!!!

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  5. Hi Lynne, I wonder whether you could clarify something for me...I`m British and a quilter but I don`t live in Britain so I`m not sure if I am able to join in your groups or not. Could you let me know? Thanks!

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  6. Hi Annabella, the group was set up for quilters living in Britain but please feel free to join and chat along :-)

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  7. You mean like the time I was at an art show opening, sitting in a director's chair with a bunch of cute guys (I was in my 20's), and I laughed at something and fell over backward in my chair?

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  8. There are so many embarrassing moments in my life! (something to do with mouth engaging before brain?!) Anyway, I'll trust you with my earliest ever embarrassing moment: Age 13, the school bus on "Dress as you like day" - basically fancy dress for charity. I get on and sit next to a say to a girl I know vaguely who is wearing a mini skirt and lots of blue make-up. And I say to her " Hello, what are you going as? a tart?"....


    Apparantly she had decided not to go in fancy dress that day...cue embarrassing silience for 3 mile bus journey :) ..still cringing...

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  9. If I get the giggles I lose all muscle control... I was in a huge supermarket in the states with mum and brother, and mum was looking everywhere getting a bit frustrated and disappointed and harrassed looking so I asked her what was up. She said "I cant find the corn for popping" except when she said it she mixed up her c and p's... I laughed so much I completely collapsed on the floor right across the middle of the aisle, totally sparko. I was there for ages, my brother found us and as he helped me up he asked what happened, so I told him, and fell on the floor again...

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  10. I can't possibly top Sarah's story.

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  11. I have had many embarrassing moments believe me, but this one remains etched forever & ever & EVER in my memory :-(
    at my nieces' wedding a very nice young man came up to me (beforehand) & said "Hi, you must be Auntie Terri?" & I said, "yes,I am..... who are you?" & he said ......."I'm the groom"...........

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