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31. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Does that mean I get the job as taster??? See last Isa post on Bubba's intro thread.

32. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 11y

Quoting -reece-

I still want that chocolate cake your making me when i come over to yours in return for the rent

Oops erm hides this post from CC the chocolate eating monster

Did someone say chocolate??
;) (I heard it in my sleep)

33. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

If it has to do with chocolate, martinis, chocolate martinis or CupCake - you hear it!! You're as bad as Anne!

Speaking of which - where is Anne - busy uploading SE Asia pix??? Or snuggling up to her husband??? Hey Anne - MARTINI!!!!!!!!

34. Posted by Reece Sanford (Travel Guru 1368 posts) 11y

Isa i wont ever want to go home after eating at your place.Will you adopt me pretty please

pours a bag of M&M's in cupcakes mouth there you go now no more chocolate for 24 hours woman

35. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 11y

Bite me. Do you really think a couple of M&M's are going to tide me over? I think not...bring on the 15 lb. chocolate bar.

36. Posted by Reece Sanford (Travel Guru 1368 posts) 11y

Mmm bite you eh kinky how did you know i like that to ;)
how about we remake charlie and the chocolate factory but rename it CUPCAKE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

37. Posted by newguy (Full Member 197 posts) 11y

Quoting Travel100

Quoting angela_

It's 12:04 pm. Just finished the semester and don't start work until the weekend so I'm having a mini holiday.

Hey Angela,

Sleeping late enjoying your mini-holiday I see . This time of the year, in Iceland, when is it dark? You have pretty long days now I'm sure.

Q&A from Iceland tourism site.

When is it daylight in Iceland?

Summer visitors who arrive to a bright midnight sky and ask when it gets dark in Iceland are sometimes told "in the middle of August." The sun barely sets in the summer in Reykjavík and it´s light round-the-clock in the north at the peak of summer. In mid-winter, expect only about four to five hours a day of daylight. Spring and autumn daylight hours are more or less "normal".

Thought that's weird and amusing at the same time.