Minutes Of The Pembroke College Winnie-the-Pooh Society Meeting - 11 December 1999

Present: Ben, Richard, Owen, Granny, Jenny, Gina

Apologies: Jon, Kirsten, Benedict, everyone that's gone home.

  1. Stagecoach Cambus is Shit.

  2. We are near Greenend road. Is this the famous greend.org.uk (more importantly, was that the first URL in a poohsoc minute?)

  3. Vote to censure Granny for not bringing any minutes: F:4,A:2,Abs:0, Carried.

  4. We are drinking Lucky Heather Tea. Awful, but Lucky.

  5. Jaffa Cakes. Mmmmm.

  6. Henry's 'Angklum` is played and discussed, as is his acting talent.

  7. Jenny is making a fairy for Ben. I wonder what he will be like....

  8. We talk about Stationery, and the size of Richard's pen.

  9. There's apparrently some pornography available on the Internet. Well I'll be....

  10. Ben and Granny went to the NEC to 'work` for an internet startup with far too much money. As part of the comission, they were awarded a crate of wine; however it was nearly stolen by a bus load of drunken brummies, and when they refused to share the said alcohol, were taunted with a chorus of 'you've got no mates, you've got no mates'. And we thought brummies were stupid.

  11. Richard once woke up with a mouthful of gorse.

  12. Tescos? Ah.... (?)

  13. We read chapter 3 of the New Testament, In which a Search is organized, and Piglet meets the Heffalump again.

  14. There's a knock on the door- Michael enters from behind.

  15. The phone rings. It's Anfoni and Holly, the new and very temporary Yorkshire chapter of the Pembroke College Winnie-the-Pooh Society.

  16. (About Holly, whoever she is) 'She probably wanted to play with his Winnie`

  17. Prosletyzeing is right out.

  18. We move from Dante to MI6, before we decide that next week's meeting will be in AA25.

  19. Votes to Close: F:5, A:0, Abs 1, 1 Spoilt ballot.

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