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Lesser known groups (so they aren't so less well known) Answered


Did you know there are more than 2000 groups turn up from a search (mind you, they ain't all active...)?

Here are some in need of members:

Squirrel Snipers
The group for those who love squirrels and K'NEX!

ERASERS ROCK
I LIKE ERASERS AND I WANT TO KNOW I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE. A minority interest, but someone else must get excited by erasers?

Internet lovers
"if u use the internet join"

myspace lovers
Guess what? - "join if u like myspace"

facebook lovers
(Guess)

the bomb sqaud
"Thanks for joining"

"i like sports"

nicks group
"This is easy."

Love Grilled cheese
For people who LOVE grilled cheese

the hubablybubably group
"for all instructables members who like to run around in circles screaming, throw a jar of peanutbutter in the bathtub, then g.....................CORN! yay! sasafras! :()<------- its a duck!"

helper
"i help you with prombles" - I think they're delinquent Wombles?


Knex Loathers
"This is a group for folks who are tired of seeing 100's of knex instructables when they are not looking for knex instructables, or if you just hate Knex. No offense to you knex enthusiasts."

Inactive: GUNZ "please no k-nex they're hard to make and too many peices."

Inactive: ki shunners! thhis is a group for all the people who hate mepain and knex innvination by knexsuperbulderfreak

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Kryptonite

7 years ago

+1

Gotta love those delinquent Wombles.

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craftyvKryptonite

Reply 7 years ago

Iv'e just realised that the Wombles were the first members of Instructables. "Underground, overground wandering free the Wombles of Wimbledon common are we, making good use of the things that we find, the things that the everyday folks leave behind".
With apologies to the creator of the W

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Kryptonitecraftyv

Reply 7 years ago

We follow in their gloriful footsteps.

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craftyvlemonie

Reply 7 years ago

Yes. I just saw a repeat of Dr. Who and he was in several episodes.One of my favourits is to pick out well known voices used in UK tv-land. Childrens programmes use them a lot. Thanks for the memory.

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lemoniecraftyv

Reply 7 years ago


That had not occurred to me before now, but you'd be right in a way.

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killerjackalope

7 years ago

I genuinely laughed out loud at the prombles, this may or may not lead to a short animated series, I know my mum has some old wombles stuff somewhere...

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killerjackalopelemonie

Reply 7 years ago

I'll try and find the wombles, it should be hilarious...

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Goodhartkillerjackalope

Reply 7 years ago

Here's one episode that is amusing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxWeSv3ukDM&feature=related

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CrayfishYAY

7 years ago

Add mine in there: Usables & Alabamians.