The management committee, ladies and gentlemen, fellow hubbers and visitors to the forum.
It gives me great pleasure in announcing that MISHA has become my 100th fan.
Being a person of very few words, and one often prone to emotive moments, I would formally like to say that on behalf of me, myself and I, that I would like to welcome Misha as our 100th fan to take that exponential effort to click that tiny Join TerryG's fan club and to become our centurion member.
I ask you to all raise your glasses and join with me to celebrate this milestone after ten months of wonderful, surprising and educational hubbing.
Misha has won a comprehensive guide on driving tips and how to look after your car.
Loud applause follows .........................
by weblog7 years ago
It's nice to see 97, expecting for the wonderful moment of hitting the century
by Melanie Shebel7 years ago
I just got my 100th fan and he left me some fan mail saying, "I hope you never forget me, because I am your 100th fan!"This is an awesome feeling. To think that only a little while ago I just started out here...
by Dave McClure8 years ago
To give the profile page a new look, it might be nice to show the "Some of XX's Fans" in random (or cyclic) order. That way, newer fans could also get a look in. What do others think?
by Misha8 years ago
Looks like I'm having them pretty often recently This time it is entering 300 fans club I did not prepare anything special for the 300th fan, but I think I should do this for 500th Like a free lunch that Peter and...
by Cailin Gallagher8 years ago
ProCW just became my 100th Fan! I'm humbled by your genuine comraderie, constructive criticism, and support! Thank you one and all.
by Ladybird337 years ago
Thank you for all my fans, THANK YOU so much. But to be greedy (wink, wink) I am stuck at 99 fans, will I ever get over 100?
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