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Our pu name

Postby shogun89 » Oct 31st, '08, 22:10

I have just noticed that all the other teas are starting to get "names". I thought that we too should come up with something. So post any thoughts and maybe we can have a poll to decide which one.

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Postby taitea » Oct 31st, '08, 22:22

PUritans

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Postby Salsero » Oct 31st, '08, 23:01

Anything that does not include the word dingleberries will be fine with me.

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Postby wyardley » Nov 1st, '08, 02:22

I really hope that those "names" are some sort of weird Halloween costume, and will be gone tomorrow.

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Postby Vulture » Nov 1st, '08, 06:19

I place my vote for "We're full of Pu" :twisted:

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Postby Chip » Nov 1st, '08, 09:20

GOOD, glad to see you are on this. I was going to ask anyway. Since this would appear on page one of the forum, and the obvious nature of the name, try to use a little discretion.

I heard Pu-crew a few times. Pu-heads did not seem too popular a while back.

BTW, Sunday's TeaDay poll will be whether the names stay or not.

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Postby shogun89 » Nov 1st, '08, 11:26

For the ones posted I kinda like pu-crew.

How about the, pu-choo-train? I think it sounds pretty cool.

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Postby Fatman2 » Nov 1st, '08, 11:52

How about


PUERfecto

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Postby Wesli » Nov 1st, '08, 11:53

No, we're too refined for such silly name-calling.

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Postby Vulture » Nov 1st, '08, 14:07

Wesli wrote:No, we're too refined for such silly name-calling.


I say you get the strait and simple quote of

"Pu"

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Postby Trioxin » Nov 1st, '08, 14:14

supreme beengs

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Postby hop_goblin » Nov 1st, '08, 14:16

Trioxin wrote:supreme beengs



I like it!

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Postby Trioxin » Nov 1st, '08, 14:36

hop_goblin wrote:
Trioxin wrote:supreme beengs



I like it!

...and its true

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Postby edkrueger » Nov 1st, '08, 14:48

Chip wrote:GOOD, glad to see you are on this. I was going to ask anyway. Since this would appear on page one of the forum, and the obvious nature of the name, try to use a little discretion.

I heard Pu-crew a few times. Pu-heads did not seem too popular a while back.

BTW, Sunday's TeaDay poll will be whether the names stay or not.


Shouldn't each subsection choose?

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