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    Poll! When I lived in London, it was a necessary...

    When I lived in London, it was a necessary dietary item, having just piled out of the pub. Our brain-cells weren't in total control, giving way more to the demands of our stomachs. ;) Didn't even...
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    I don't have a horn personally, don't snigger. ;)...

    I don't have a horn personally, don't snigger. ;) But if I was to suggest something or etch on my own, it would probably be from the Hávamál, a certain line which I can relate to.
    Hope you find...
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    Poll! I know it is a personal thing between you and...

    I know it is a personal thing between you and your runes, but have you a chosen pattern, and does it help you with your relation to your runes? I don't expect a detailed answer, just wondering if the...
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    Poll! Have had on-line bought set for a few years now....

    Have had on-line bought set for a few years now. Decided to give it some effort, and make a set that will be personal to me. Also start a true relationship to the 'Wyrd'.
    In the process of burning...
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    Important!  Hmmmm, it seems you have gone to rehab, to cure...

    Hmmmm, it seems you have gone to rehab, to cure your addiction. It also seems that love lasts but only 'just over 2 years & some months'.
    I agree that this forum is interesting, yet it does not...
  6. Thread: Hail

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    Hello, Eric. My name is also Eric. Your...

    Hello, Eric. My name is also Eric.
    Your middle-name, could it be 'The', and surname 'Viking' ;)
  7. Thread: Hailsa!

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    Heilsa to you, 'Odin's skot'. May your stay be...

    Heilsa to you, 'Odin's skot'. May your stay be one of enjoyment. Sup at the mead, of all that is here.
  8. Thank you for being the first to welcome me, a...

    Thank you for being the first to welcome me, a warm one at that. I did sniff my armpits, and was satisfied of no odour. ;)
    Heilsa til allr.
  9. Opps! Sorry to get your hopes up. I never...

    Opps! Sorry to get your hopes up. I never thought to look at his 'last seen', just reading of a fellow-Londoner, and responding.....But then, his 'last seen' on first posting is different to last on...
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    Ah, yet it is simply a use of two Old Norse...

    Ah, yet it is simply a use of two Old Norse words: Heiđinn = Heathen...You will know the first part, 'ulf' ;)
    It matters not, anyway. I was just being lighthearted.
  11. Girls, music & rugby for me. Welcome to you,...

    Girls, music & rugby for me.

    Welcome to you, football hooligan...Opps, I mean, East Londoner. Get stuck in mate. I too, were born with the sounding bells of Bow.
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    Greetings. Heathen wolf, ugh. Good name. Shame...

    Greetings. Heathen wolf, ugh. Good name. Shame you could not use the appropriate letter instead of 'D' (in your u/name), ie: 'Heiđinn'. Sounds almost the same...Forget I mentioned it, sorry. ...
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    I think most of us will be going to Hel, which is...

    I think most of us will be going to Hel, which is not to be confused with the Hell Christians used (Plagiarized). Hel is just a place where the less 'Valiant' go....Not necessarily wrong doers, but...
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    Thanks to 'Berrocscir' for acknowledging me. I...

    Thanks to 'Berrocscir' for acknowledging me. I would respond to you, but there is no way other than this to do so.
  15. Important!  Yep, tis that. ;)

    Yep, tis that. ;)
  16. Important!  For your question mark against 'Éostre'. It's...

    For your question mark against 'Éostre'. It's Norse counterpart is 'Ostara'...No? Idun (O.N) has also been thought to be the same.
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    Reading through these posts, which are...

    Reading through these posts, which are interesting and helpful, one thing occurred to me. Me, being a humble layman, be no expert on the subject. The thing that occurred to me was, that there were...
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    Important! Poll! Born within the echoes of the Bow bells, was I....

    Born within the echoes of the Bow bells, was I. ;)
    Yep a Londoner.
    But moved away about twenty years ago. Now residing in an even more southerly place.
    London is just another of those melting...
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    Important!  The Angles and the Saxons were two separate sets...

    The Angles and the Saxons were two separate sets of people, two separate tribes, both Germanic. As you know, they both had a big impact on our island. And the Danelaw (Nordic) region of Britain had a...
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    Important!  The question was 'How Germanic'? Erm let me...

    The question was 'How Germanic'? Erm let me see...Discounting the language in with if any researched the Germanic 'Old Norse' tongue would realise much is still with us. How Germanic the people...
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    Heilsa from a Southern Part of England

    Heilsa til allr.
    This lumbering dragon comes stumbling onto the ice, with a breaking effect. I am glad to have found this forum place of Norse belief, a big interest and influence in my life....
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