Wednesday, 2 February 2011

Tinker, Tailor, Speckly Woo!


This evening, I was handed this message by Speckly Woo. I inverted the colours during my failed attempts at decoding.

She insisted that I should keep it about my person, presumably to prevent it from falling into the wrong hands.

Now, it could be highly classified…or it might just be an early order for a breakfast of boiled egg and toast soldiers (she's staying over tonight). What do you think?

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  1. I think it says, "I love you, Grandpa." Definitely in the right hands!

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  2. Nano beat me too it, i see a love in there somewhere, and maybe an order for eggs or a prediction on world politics!

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  3. The middle section looks like ROFL, which is what I'm fairly certain Speckly Woo is doing at the achievement of stumping the adults!

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  4. Surely it's the proof of Fermat's Last Theorem.

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  5. Yes, I agree it's some form of advanced thought that is as yet inaccessible to the rest of us. (Susan - what does ROFL mean?) This reminds me of the time that my daughter, at a slightly younger stage, handed me a piece of paper that she'd covered with lots of loops. She asked me what it said. I replied, diplomatically I thought, "I'm not sure - you tell me what it says." She was highly indignant: "*I* don't know - I thought you could read!"

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  6. Looks like she'll be good at sending text messages.
    CU L8R

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  7. A Call to Arms! "Send In The Soldiers"!!!!!!

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  8. good luck 4 her.
    happy weekend.

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  9. Obviously a new generation text message, Grandpa!

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  10. Thanks for your comments. I'll be referring back to this, after Speckly Woo has sent her first text!

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  11. she is practicing for her GrandPa's valentine!

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  12. It says, 'Really I can write properly, but I'll keep the pretence up as long as everyone says it's cute!' You should get her to write something for you every 6 months or so in the same book - we did this with our kids until they were teenagers and it's great to look at the way their handwriting develops and they start doing their own little signatures!

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