Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Samuel Birch, Oct 23, 2007.
Allow me to introduce myself: I am Samuel Birch. I play a mean tuba and my favorite color is green.
haha,, well hey there Samuel, nice to meet ya. i am Heather and am always lurking around here somewhere. if you need any help with something, want a review or just wanna chat, send a PM my way and I'll be happy to help and i like green too
Welcome to the forum! Tell you what! that red thumbs down is an attention grabber!
Welcome to the site. Now Samuel, this isn't that bad an introduction. But it surely creates a psychological impression that '...I got to check it out...' so yeah, this is the first step to writing: capturing attention. Okay, I'll stop being a philosopher now So yes, welcome, and enjoy your stay here.
I have already welcomed ya in the chatbox but hey it is always nice to make sure new members are feeling welcomed around here lol
I hope that you have a most wonderful time here with all of us and I look forward to getting to know you better as time goes by. If you ever need anything I'm only a pm away
Take care and see you around the boards
I have no idea how that red thumb was included in my message, but I kind of like it. I might use that on a regular basis. I will be known as: Samuel Birch, he of the red thumb.
hahaa,, seems like a fun name to be known by.
lol well it will make it easier to find your threads lol
Hello Samuel, Welcome to the Writing Forums.
If you haven't explored the site yet, you should probably do so soon. Newcomers often gravitate to the Lounge, the Word Games, or the Review Room, but there is much more to be discovered if you poke in the corners.
As for the Review Room, new joiners often wonder why we do things a bit differently on this site than on other writing sites. We emphasize reviewing as a critical writing skill. Training your eye by reviewing other people's work helps you improve your own writing even before you present it for others to see. Therefore, we ask members to review other people's writing before posting work of their own. The Review Room on this site, therefore, is a true workshop, not just a bulletin board for displaying your work. See this post, Why Write Reviews Before Posting My Work? for more information.
Enjoy your stay here, and have fun!
very probably heartfelt knowing Cog, he always takes time to make sure everyone feels welcome.
well feel free to. and how come you normally get such a bad reaction from people??
are they dogs?? lol. and if that is so then people can be quite funny with animals, especially if they are growling at them and stuff.
oow ,, they are gawjuss. i just looked them up on tiniternet. how come you chose to have them, an unusual choice.
An unusual choice for you, perhaps, but for me it was simply destiny.
fair enough. cute at any rate.
at wuz ei rathur shert and descreet intro wunn't it???
have yerseelf a grit stey here!
Thanks, newguy. That's quite an accent you have there.
what accent is that meant ot b 'cos when i read it out loud i recognise it.
hahaa, well it is an amazing tuba. i didn't know that was a picture of you anyways, it looked very profesioanlly done, although i did ocnciser asking. i have a mate who plays the tuba i think, or something that looks like that. i am more of a piano person personally.
a strange question to ask isn't it??
what, some other dude with your tuba, or were you being funny when you said it was your tuba??
My welcome message uses a template, but is nonetheless heartfelt. I found myself saying much the same thing to welcome new joiners, so I put together my own greeting that covers the basics. Still, I try to add a personal touch, depending on how much I learn about the joiner from the introductory posting.
If it's any comfort, it's a template that is wholly of my own devise.
I have never played the tuba, but I have a tenor saxophone that I am way out of practice with.
Anyway, welcome to the site!
instruments are cool,, me and my mam can sorta play the piano,, but not very well. i could never play left land. coll that ya'll can play the tuba and sax, they sound cool.
Welcome to the site! Hope you're settling in alright
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