Weekend session

Somewhere for welsh jitsuka to chat and plan events

Postby Splinter » Mon Apr 24, 2006 12:59 pm | #31

Squeaky wrote:
Splinter wrote:Well there is already a Scottish Nationals, lets get devolution really moving and hold a Welsh one as well.  Im up for it and happy to teach shiatsu as asked (or maybe even some Jitsu)

We have been talking about this in Swansea for a while now, although admittedly it was more of a joke. We didn't think many people would bother coming all the way to Wales to see us! :P

Would be good to have a big event here - then maybe people won't forget about us so much!

Splinter - would love to learn some Shiatsu. Maybe you could come to Swansea some time and do a course? :flirt: Maybe over the summer when everyone is less busy? :flirt:

There were almost 80 people at Plymouth for the NNK and thats the end of the earth, its not even on a motorway !!!so get some good event ideas and people will come.

Beware of running it in the summer though as most students go home and are not around to hear about the course.
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Postby Squeaky » Mon Apr 24, 2006 2:30 pm | #32

:w00t: Looks like if we have a serious discussion then and sort some events, we could actually get something organised!

When I have a bit more time and stuff (in the near future) I will def get my skates on and look into this. I would be more than happy to arrange/organise stuff (I do love organising things! :) ). :nana:
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Postby Robw » Mon Apr 24, 2006 3:04 pm | #33

Well it certainly seems like there's enough initial interest for me to proceed to stage two which is approaching some of the Sensei and trying to pin down at least a couple of dates.

Realistically to give people enough notice and also to allow proper costing etc, I think we're looking at some time in June, preferably early part.

Squeeky Drop me a PM and we'll see if we can split the work up a bit.
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Re: Weekend session

Postby bigjocky » Tue Apr 25, 2006 8:51 am | #34

This sounds like an absolutely fantastic idea, i will be there with bells on, cant wait. Will give the opportunity to go over some sound technique and maybe dabble with some fun stuff. :twisted:
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Postby Kid Dangerous » Tue Apr 25, 2006 9:51 am | #35

Yeah sounds like a good idea, unfortunately i work on saturdays so i would need plenty of notice to book the day off  :?
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Postby Goober » Tue Apr 25, 2006 9:41 pm | #36

Is it just me or are there suddenly hordes of welsh people appearing on [pj]...
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Postby Dark_Vamp » Tue Apr 25, 2006 9:54 pm | #37

Goober wrote:Is it just me or are there suddenly hordes of welsh people appearing on [pj]...


I know its wicked :D
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Postby jitsukerr » Wed Apr 26, 2006 11:19 am | #38

Goober wrote:Is it just me or are there suddenly hordes of welsh people appearing on [pj]...


*Warning: gratuitous Welsh stereotyping ahead*

Don't you mean: "Is is just me, or are there suddenly hordes of Welsh people appearing on [pj], isn' it?"

*Wonders* If a Welsh person sees a llama, do they spit back?


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Postby Goober » Wed Apr 26, 2006 8:46 pm | #39

[quote="jitsukerr"][/quote]

why do i not understand any of that post?
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Postby Random Guy » Wed Apr 26, 2006 9:19 pm | #40

Goober wrote:
jitsukerr wrote:


why do i not understand any of that post?


Now look you, it's not your fault you can't speak welsh, see?
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Postby fat_tony » Wed Apr 26, 2006 11:19 pm | #41

aahhh, the secret art of speaking wlesh, it's great it is :lol:
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Postby Squeaky » Thu Apr 27, 2006 3:07 pm | #42

jitsukerr wrote:
*Wonders* If a Welsh person sees a llama, do they spit back?


Rob


Well I saw one on one of my walks a couple of weeks ago and no I did not spit back at it!

But all I can say is
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Postby Splinter » Fri Apr 28, 2006 8:22 am | #43

Goober wrote:Is it just me or are there suddenly hordes of welsh people appearing on [pj]...


Didnt know you were Welsh Goobs

Well I saw one on one of my walks a couple of weeks ago and no I did not spit back at it!  

But i thought you were a Gloucester Lass ?
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Postby Nicko » Fri Apr 28, 2006 9:41 am | #44

Splinter wrote:
Goober wrote:Is it just me or are there suddenly hordes of welsh people appearing on [pj]...


Didnt know you were Welsh Goobs

Well I saw one on one of my walks a couple of weeks ago and no I did not spit back at it!  

But i thought you were a Gloucester Lass ?


Yeah, that's why she killed it and dragged it back home so the family could eat it's flesh and make clothes out of its fur.
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Postby Squeaky » Fri Apr 28, 2006 12:47 pm | #45

Nicko wrote:
Splinter wrote:
Goober wrote:Is it just me or are there suddenly hordes of welsh people appearing on [pj]...


Didnt know you were Welsh Goobs

Well I saw one on one of my walks a couple of weeks ago and no I did not spit back at it!  

But i thought you were a Gloucester Lass ?


Yeah, that's why she killed it and dragged it back home so the family could eat it's flesh and make clothes out of its fur.

I am a Gloucester lass but I'm half Welsh (on my dad's side) and now live in Wales pretty much permanently. So  :P

And Nick - seeing as I live with you, does that mean you are now wearing genuine llama fur?! :lol:
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