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 Post subject: Dyslexic Forum Name: Do Yourself It (DYI)?
New postPosted: July 4th, 2009, 10:07 am 
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It's a great idea for a new forum, and everybody is to be congranulated, especially Lake for making it happen (along with all the other ones), but when I looked at it this morning a dim light bulb appeared over my head and I hadda laugh.


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Chawlie wrote:
It's a great idea for a new forum, and everybody is to be congranulated, especially Lake for making it happen (along with all the other ones), but when I looked at it this morning a dim light bulb appeared over my head and I hadda laugh.


Ha! Yeah ya rite, Chawlie. It was a typo but now that you mention it, I think I like it. Sounds konna Yatty.

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Mr. Lake wrote:
Chawlie wrote:
It's a great idea for a new forum, and everybody is to be congranulated, especially Lake for making it happen (along with all the other ones), but when I looked at it this morning a dim light bulb appeared over my head and I hadda laugh.


Ha! Yeah ya rite, Chawlie. It was a typo but now that you mention it, I think I like it. Sounds konna Yatty.


Yup! Let it stand! :)


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 Post subject: Re: Dyslexic Forum Name: Do Yourself It (DYI)?
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It could quite appropriately stand for Do Yourself In.


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It could quite appropriately stand for Do Yourself In.

:D Which is what usually happens when I try something for the home........DO YOURSELF IN works for me too!

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bdavid wrote:
It could quite appropriately stand for Do Yourself In.

:D Which is what usually happens when I try something for the home........DO YOURSELF IN works for me too!


I like dat. Do Yourself In forum.

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Very fitting! I cannot think of one DIY project I have started that at a certain point I have said, "Why in the world did I do this?


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