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    Quote Originally Posted by recnadocir
    Thanks so much, Moon and Mouse (hey, sounds like an English pub!).
    If you ever consider beginning an English pub (when you're too old for dancing maybe ) you have my permission to use the name. I think you should have Mouses' permission too, however

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    the Moon and Mouse has a very nice ring to it eh? LOL! I'll tell you what .. permission granted on the proviso I get a free drink on my first visit :P

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    Oh, and you need my permission to have it in England And give me free drinks whenever... and possibly a job if I get bored of mine, which happens a lot.

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    Lol, English Bellydance Pub Moon & Mouse

    I think the costumers will go

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    Lol- I don't think making it a belly dance pub would be a good idea, since Pubs here are a bit brawly, unless it's a quite local.

    Actually, now that I think about it, English pubs names have relevance to an area or England in general, like the Red Lion, and The Yew Tree, or The Queen Victoria, or The Woolpack...

    Hmm... we'll have to work on that one.
    Last edited by Sara; 09-05-2006 at 09:22 PM.

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    Hey, It's great to hear you're in the area! I live in Glasgow, KY. Welcome and congrats on the job!

    -Kurt

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