Postby Friendly Llama on Fri 5/Jan/07 2:00pm

Monolith wrote:
SlackBoy wrote: a raquet shapped fly swat thats electric and frys the lil fuckers


lol I got one of those as well.... burning flies remind me of the smell of burning bone :rolleyes:


Just a warning, if tehy are the ones with a safety mesh thing to stop you hitting people, you CANNOT just rip off the safety mesh. I now have a fly zapper thing with no powers to zap. Flatmate might rig it up for me though :)

Stun wrote: Family Guy on PS2


Is it any good? I almost bought it the other day but thought I'd hire it first.
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Postby Stun on Fri 5/Jan/07 2:04pm

Friendly Llama wrote:
Stun wrote: Family Guy on PS2


Is it any good? I almost bought it the other day but thought I'd hire it first.


The graphics are meh - and there's some annoying glitches (getting stuck in walls etc), but the game play is pretty fun.
You get to be Peter, Brian or Stewie... but you'll have seen a lot of the jokes before on TV. Whereas the Futurama game actually revolved around an episode written entirely for the game...

I finished it last night... :huh:
So it's not overly difficult (I am teh crapzor at computer games).
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Postby Friendly Llama on Fri 5/Jan/07 2:12pm

Right, so I might just hire it and win :lol:
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Postby psychavoc on Fri 5/Jan/07 2:15pm

Stun wrote:I finished it last night... :huh:
So it's not overly difficult (I am teh parczor at computer games).

Can I come pick it up/meet unnamed kitty? :blush:
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Re: The Christmas Present Thread....

Postby Velocipedestrian on Mon 25/Dec/17 12:50pm

We got the best present a two year old can give.
An hour and a half sleep in.

Ahh, winning.
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Re: The Christmas Present Thread....

Postby 13daza on Wed 27/Dec/17 1:27pm

my 10 yr old Son got some cash for Christmas,he couldn't find anything he liked at the boxing day sales and asked to go to the bike shop today ,he left happy as ten minutes later with a new set of grips for his MTB .He has just finished fitting em as soon as it stops raining we are heading down to the local tracks to get them muddy :D
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Re: The Christmas Present Thread....

Postby Velocipedestrian on Tue 25/Dec/18 7:29pm

A vernier. For extra nerd points.
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Re: The Christmas Present Thread....

Postby Conners on Thu 27/Dec/18 7:14am

Nice. Analog I hope?
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Re: The Christmas Present Thread....

Postby philstar on Thu 27/Dec/18 2:11pm

Conners wrote:Nice. Analog I hope?


the pedant in me says verniers are analog (as opposed to digital calipers)

I have one at work and the precision (0.02mm rathere than 0.05mm) is too high which makes it hard to read :(
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Re: The Christmas Present Thread....

Postby Velocipedestrian on Thu 27/Dec/18 3:15pm

philstar wrote:
Conners wrote:Nice. Analog I hope?


the pedant in me says verniers are analog (as opposed to digital calipers)

I have one at work and the precision (0.02mm rathere than 0.05mm) is too high which makes it hard to read :(

The scale looks exactly like the picture.
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