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Postby baloo » Wed Jun 06, 2007 11:15 am

So we have open heartedly pulled the teet of the forest cow to suckle on the nectar of finance and we strive to make the cheese of success.

We are buying throws for sofas, nailing them to said sofas.

We are also CLEANING, and i mean CLean.
Scrubbing.
sweeping.

The forest will give birth to itself, and its putting on its best shirt to meet grandma.x

Hope this works...peace.x
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Postby baloo » Wed Jun 06, 2007 5:13 pm

ANNND.......we are also now sporadically doing painting where things are very dirty.....turning white to darker hues of pigment that embrace hot chocolate and lumps of chedder.
YOu may lick these walls, they WILL taste nice.


Oh....and...some o de chairs are being resprayed, stencils r gonna be applied soon....(not late)....

I am increasingly getting energised by how knackered i am.

If you love Forest, come help.......
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Postby Shannon » Fri Jun 08, 2007 8:03 am

Everything looks awesome.

But...nailing throws?! Are you staple gunning them like a makeshift slip cover??
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Postby chris » Fri Jun 08, 2007 9:15 am

staple gun is the best way.. tried and tested.. we have an electric staple gun.. it is very good.. i have it but will return it when the time is right..
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Postby ravanwin » Fri Jun 08, 2007 9:22 am

truly a spectacular plan.

Bloo: are you getting the help you need?
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Postby baloo » Fri Jun 08, 2007 3:07 pm

probably the opposite Ryan. Strange. Really thought that if i stood up and did things that all my chums would join in.
Nix, Bill,Dai (though he doesn't wash his cup),NYJohn.....so much help, .....but really i have found it a lonely voyage.
Friendy volunteers have sat and watched me work. Strange huh!?like, total apathy......
SO even though i SAID hey guys lets take our PLATES Cups and GLASSES out with us from the cavE YOU GUYS stiLL MAnaged to LEAVE everything to someone else in the cafe.

I am going to ban late night sessions in the cafe.

It hurt.
I really tried to say i was tired of this but no-one responded by taking a cup to the sink and washing it.

|I have scrubbed the floor for this place, a token of appreciation.

What have you done to say thanks?

(to the forest drama group)

So...well...i am happy to work. Its more than cleaning.
We can make magic with this place, i've been here since the beginning, and it has so much...-WE have so much potential.
It Is TIME TO REALISE IT.
Even scrubbing the floor involves taking the forest (ie:ourselves) more seriousley.
The forest is REAL.
So are WE.

its all too obvious, no?


happy to work like a donkey.

no carrots nessicary....but help?-gosh, i would give giant helpings of appreciation to any help.

Help by keeping the office tidy, by taking out your wine bottle, by picking up your paper mess.
Wash your cup.

The forest is you.


look after yourself eh. :wink:
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Postby baloo » Fri Jun 08, 2007 3:10 pm

nailing was the detail to stop people stealing the throws (!)
i haven't done that.
But...whatever....2 covers are in action so far.....i still have budget in my pocket for stuff.
might blow it all on inflatable monkeys.
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Postby Shannon » Fri Jun 08, 2007 5:24 pm

Stapling is good. Nailing sounded scary!
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Postby lucky » Mon Jun 11, 2007 10:26 am

baloo wrote:Dai (though he doesn't wash his cup)


Dai always helps in Kitchen with washing and when he comes to my house. He has hands that do dishes as soft as your face.

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Postby lucky » Mon Jun 11, 2007 10:33 am

The buget for throws etc. was for £50, given to Office Cleaning Ninjas from a buget that hadn't been used previously.

I think what Blue particularly is feeling on this subject is the burn out FX which came up quite a bit this weekend. We see things, we get right into them, it's amazing and really important and why haven't we done this before! Why doesn't everyone realise how important it is?

I think we've got a good solution, and the Cleaning Army will be spectacular.

And general awareness that we're more co-dependant and need to make equal bits of little effort that mount up into a giant Dragon's hand will come. These things take time to happen though, patioence and encouragement is needed.

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Postby baloo » Thu Jun 14, 2007 3:22 am

I like washing Dai's cup.x :wink:
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