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

Quoting Sander

Quoting mim

and why would Sander need bribing, surely I should be advertising what bribes I take?

Sadly enough, as a moderator you will now be held responsible for anything and everything that goes wrong here on the ever exciting travellerspoint messageboards.
While little ol' me here is just an innocent regular member who has nothing to do with anything ever going wrong. And as a one-time limited offer: for the aforementioned regular payments in chocolate, you can ensure that this will remain the case and that the amount of incidents where things mysteriously go wrong on your watch will remain suitably low.

And congratz! :)

WAIT, WAIT, WAIT... There's something horribly wrong with the above statement(s) made by the "innocent regular member" who calls himself Sander. I have been syphoning off CC's chocolate stash (in massive quantities) to Sander since June 5th. But, has that stopped, or even slowed, the blame for all things broken on TP??? NO!!!, I say, NO - it has not. It's "Isa broke this! Isa broke that!" How much chocolate does it take???

But, I digress... Mim, just keep those keys to the chocolate vault handy! And, I think it's time to have a Mod Meeting to discuss this "innocent regular member" and his terms of bribability! Martinis in the TP Lounge??? I'm buying!

42. Posted by mim (Travel Guru 1276 posts) 11y

I'm there with bells on, seems like the innocent regular member might need some moderator type spanking?

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

Oooohhhh MIM!!!

Great minds think alike!!!!!!!!

44. Posted by FionaNZ (Respected Member 903 posts) 11y

Hey Mim, congratulations on the moderator thing, I will gladly offer you a shot of 42 Below Feijoa Vodka.. perhaps a shot of Kiwifruit as well - not too sure about the cheese though, whats up with that (is your name secretly Wallace?)

45. Posted by mim (Travel Guru 1276 posts) 11y

aaaah, yes indeedy, I forgot to mention that my travels around the world were not infact anything to do with taking in new cultures, seeing new things etc, but to explore the cheeses of the world!

send me your cheese: (soft ones preferably)

to:

p.o box moderator mim
cheese land
west wenslydale
cheddar


we all need a little cheese sometime,

and Isa, a little spanking never did any harm!

46. Posted by FionaNZ (Respected Member 903 posts) 11y

Here have a nice 'Kapiti Aorangi' - A soft ripening double cream brie style cheese with a silken texture, snowy rind and rich milky taste with a hint of mushrooms.

47. Posted by steff (Travel Guru 1160 posts) 11y

Quoting mim

aaaah, yes indeedy, I forgot to mention that my travels around the world were not infact anything to do with taking in new cultures, seeing new things etc, but to explore the cheeses of the world!

we all need a little cheese sometime,

mim,

I didn't know there a more people out there who prefer cheese over chocolate! How about a cheese lovers club???
So, where in the world did you have the best?
Fiona, Kapiti Aorangi sounds very yamy, wouldn't mind to try some;).

Steff

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

Mim - our little corner of the world has the only Lindburger and Gruyere factory in the US. Wisconsin is known for it's world class cheesemakers so maybe a visit to Isa Manor might be worth considering.... Lots and lots and lots of cheese as far as the eye can see! (Something has to go with those martinis besides chocolate!!)

Steff - wait until you get the next postcard!! I picked it before you said anything about cheese...

Fiona - could you pass me a large wheel of the Kapiti Aorangi, please!!!!!!!!! I just found a great recipe for a steak and brie grilled sandwich. It would work perfectly!

49. Posted by mim (Travel Guru 1276 posts) 11y

GUYS you are making me soooo hungry!

As for the best, the jurys still out, and the travels haven't stopped although the Kapiti sounds worth a visit ;) and the Isa mansion , if I am ever in that neck of the woods!

<---------- cheesy grin ;)

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

CHEESE????? Did you say CHEESE OVER CHOCOLATE???!!!??? That....that is sacrilege!!!!!!!