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2011-11-02 01:23:57
The British aristocrats of the early 19th Century used the term 'pox to.....' a lot.
2011-11-02 01:20:54
I was not aware of the recent attack on PictureGirl. I really like her pictures and hope she continues to post. I too was attacked at one time but I try to simply ignore such idiocy. I do not understand why some people take such pleasure in attacking others on the site. Lets just enjoy the many beautiful images here and "a pox upon their houses!"
2011-11-01 21:59:17
Yes. Must make Old Man Patito proud to see so many youngsters like Mashed Patito that want to be just like him when they grow up !
2011-11-01 21:55:51
See ? There's another one !
2011-11-01 21:52:47
that's wannabe's you dumbass
2011-11-01 21:22:53
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, or so it's said. I'll bet Patito ( the real one ) is pleased to see he has so many acolytes and wantabe's.
2011-11-01 20:59:36
You, the phoney patito with the funny dots, managed to downvote my comment to -21. So you also manage to vote repeatedly on the same comments.
2011-11-01 11:32:20
Gabrielle, are you not aware that PictureGirl has left because of the horrible attack on her? See comments e.g. under The troll(s) also wrote nasty comments under pages of PG's pictures, and the three comments that were supposed to be here when you arrived were most probably such comments, and I am glad they're gone. As you see, the trolls continue (below) with their endless unwelcome comments that are totally unfitting to a nature site.
2011-11-01 10:22:33
Apparently someone put some funny dots on top of the a and i in your nickname
2011-11-01 10:09:16
Apparently patito didn't like the three comments. Comments disappear very quickly whenever patito doesn't like them.
2011-11-01 09:37:44
Beautiful flowers, Mary. You are on a roll lately with lots of great photos. There were supposed to be three comments here already, but where have they gone?