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Post by elimtaft » Sun Jan 01, 2012 5:51 pm

No new, but haven't been on lately. The question when logging in used to be what the "C" stood for in CPS. Now it's something about food, and I guessed correctly "cheese," because throughout the years there's lots of talk about cheese here :) Only thing is... how does this work for new-comers? Are they told this when they register for an account?
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Post by FredS » Sun Jan 01, 2012 8:14 pm

We had a few spam attacks so we had to change the locks. It's not only cheese. There are a few other foods that get a lot of ink on CPS. Those answers will unlock the door also.

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Post by coco » Sun Jan 01, 2012 8:30 pm

Fred's wrote:welcome home.
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Post by gravel » Sun Jan 01, 2012 9:30 pm

I've tried "fried pickled herring" and it totally worked.

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Post by TheWelshman » Mon Mar 12, 2012 8:22 pm

I'm so glad I found this thread. I haven't logged in in a long time and I freaked out when I couldn't answer the security question correctly.

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Post by Rusty » Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:17 pm

TheWelshman wrote:I'm so glad I found this thread. I haven't logged in in a long time and I freaked out when I couldn't answer the security question correctly.
Just out of curiosity what did you try?
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Post by fisherofpipes » Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:19 pm

Does "Stilton" work?
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Post by TheWelshman » Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:41 pm

Rusty wrote:
TheWelshman wrote:I'm so glad I found this thread. I haven't logged in in a long time and I freaked out when I couldn't answer the security question correctly.
Just out of curiosity what did you try?
First I tried "spam" and then I tried "fish". Neither of those worked so I freaked out and tried to search the Forum Questions section. Thankfully, this thread caught my eye.

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Post by fisherofpipes » Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:45 pm

TheWelshman wrote:
Rusty wrote:
TheWelshman wrote:I'm so glad I found this thread. I haven't logged in in a long time and I freaked out when I couldn't answer the security question correctly.
Just out of curiosity what did you try?
First I tried "spam" and then I tried "fish". Neither of those worked so I freaked out and tried to search the Forum Questions section. Thankfully, this thread caught my eye.
What are some good Welsh cheeses? I love cheese and want to branch out.
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Post by TheWelshman » Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:52 pm

Beats me. I'm not actually from Wales. I was really into my Welsh heritage when I made my account here, lol. Maybe I'll change it.

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Post by fisherofpipes » Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:57 pm

TheWelshman wrote:Beats me. I'm not actually from Wales. I was really into my Welsh heritage when I made my account here, lol. Maybe I'll change it.
Yeah; I've got some Scottish heritage, but I don't eat haggis or wear a kilt! I'll still have to look into some Welsh cheeses...
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Post by Thunktank » Mon Mar 12, 2012 10:15 pm

Bacon.
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Post by Rusty » Mon Mar 12, 2012 10:45 pm

fisherofpipes wrote:
TheWelshman wrote:Beats me. I'm not actually from Wales. I was really into my Welsh heritage when I made my account here, lol. Maybe I'll change it.
Yeah; I've got some Scottish heritage, but I don't eat haggis or wear a kilt! I'll still have to look into some Welsh cheeses...
You could fix that. Haggis is good. Plus you get to recite the poem to the mouse, address the haggis, and select a good scotch by trial and error. How could anything be more fun? Perhaps they'll even do micro-haggis from vermin.
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Post by Brigid » Mon Mar 12, 2012 10:50 pm

Rusty wrote:
fisherofpipes wrote:
TheWelshman wrote:Beats me. I'm not actually from Wales. I was really into my Welsh heritage when I made my account here, lol. Maybe I'll change it.
Yeah; I've got some Scottish heritage, but I don't eat haggis or wear a kilt! I'll still have to look into some Welsh cheeses...
You could fix that. Haggis is good. Plus you get to recite the poem to the mouse, address the haggis, and select a good scotch by trial and error. How could anything be more fun? Perhaps they'll even do micro-haggis from vermin.
Haggis is not the correct answer. I tried.
Also wrong: coffee, bourbon, whiskey, whisky, tea. Sad.

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Post by Rusty » Mon Mar 12, 2012 10:59 pm

Brigid wrote:
Rusty wrote:
fisherofpipes wrote:
TheWelshman wrote:Beats me. I'm not actually from Wales. I was really into my Welsh heritage when I made my account here, lol. Maybe I'll change it.
Yeah; I've got some Scottish heritage, but I don't eat haggis or wear a kilt! I'll still have to look into some Welsh cheeses...
You could fix that. Haggis is good. Plus you get to recite the poem to the mouse, address the haggis, and select a good scotch by trial and error. How could anything be more fun? Perhaps they'll even do micro-haggis from vermin.
Haggis is not the correct answer. I tried.
Also wrong: coffee, bourbon, whiskey, whisky, tea. Sad.
What are sayin' lassie? How can scotch whisky be wrong? Not possible. It's the water of life. Revered old amber liquid from the still and then stored in oak for years. It even involves angels! One doesn't guzzle it like it's a soft drink (worse; have you heard the news?). Next you'll be saying tobacco is wrong. Haggis sticks to the ribs. Perfect. It's like meat pie... What could be wrong with that?
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Post by james-owen » Mon Mar 12, 2012 11:26 pm

Rusty wrote:
Brigid wrote:
Rusty wrote:
fisherofpipes wrote:
TheWelshman wrote:Beats me. I'm not actually from Wales. I was really into my Welsh heritage when I made my account here, lol. Maybe I'll change it.
Yeah; I've got some Scottish heritage, but I don't eat haggis or wear a kilt! I'll still have to look into some Welsh cheeses...
You could fix that. Haggis is good. Plus you get to recite the poem to the mouse, address the haggis, and select a good scotch by trial and error. How could anything be more fun? Perhaps they'll even do micro-haggis from vermin.
Haggis is not the correct answer. I tried.
Also wrong: coffee, bourbon, whiskey, whisky, tea. Sad.
What are sayin' lassie? How can scotch whisky be wrong? Not possible. It's the water of life. Revered old amber liquid from the still and then stored in oak for years. It even involves angels! One doesn't guzzle it like it's a soft drink (worse; have you heard the news?). Next you'll be saying tobacco is wrong. Haggis sticks to the ribs. Perfect. It's like meat pie... What could be wrong with that?
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Post by fisherofpipes » Tue Mar 13, 2012 9:53 am

Well, I do like the whisky. In Edinburgh, I ate lots of that fish & chips wrapped in newspaper from the street vendor, but though one of my companions munched down on some haggis with vigor and delight, I couldn't bring myself to try it.
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Post by mrs_gabriel » Fri Oct 19, 2012 4:35 pm

i didn't even have to ask gabe what the answer was-- bacon can never be wrong.

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Post by yetanotherbob » Fri Oct 19, 2012 8:12 pm

How about grits?
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