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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby EighteenSky » 27 Nov 2012, 00:39

dwhlufc wrote:Heard HMV have the exclusive steel tin Skyfall blurays so I quickly popped on last night and preordered. No chance I'm missing out in that beauty! £16 well spent I think, especially when you factor in its only £1 more than the standard bluray.

Just me that dislikes these steelbook versions? They look completely out of place in my collection and cost more. I've got the Akira one and I wish I didn't buy it.
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby CrispyLog » 28 Nov 2012, 01:44

Just bought some crates of Carling and realised there's some more in the garage I had misplaced. So turns out I now have 10 crates of Carling, f**ks sake. And about 40 bottles of ale and cider, and all my whisky and rum and gin, and my port and mead and mulled wine. f**ks sake. I'm just a hoarder.
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby jim2wheels » 28 Nov 2012, 08:36

I've always wondered who drinks Carling by choice. That stuff is f**king shite!
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby darkengy » 28 Nov 2012, 09:49

Bought a bottle of milk coconut juice
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby Simon_H4 » 28 Nov 2012, 10:06

CrispyLog wrote:Yeh but this past couple years all the girls are wearing leggings. Seems a bit weird, a girl in some tight leggings and just a shirt on top so you can see all her glorious arse, I'm not complaining mind, I just feel a bit of a perve.

Eating breakfast at a pub is usually a bad sign... It's usually just old drunks in there at that time, but hey ho! Only time I've done it is when it's been an all day sessions so we start at 10am with a pint and full english.

You still hip then? Got a new LJ to rock out in?

Erm, perhaps not... wtf is a LJ???!

No old drunks in the pubs where I live (apart from me), it's way too posh :)
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby Simon_H4 » 28 Nov 2012, 10:29

spaceman_DOUG wrote:I have two songs relating to Charles Bukowski, one's an instrumental on top of a poem of his (The Genius of the Crowd, the song uses the same name) by Whitey, the other's by modest Mouse and is just called Bukowski. Two great songs.

I really like the poem used in the first song there so I'll give some of his other stuff a try, thanks. :)


The last short stories I have read and really enjoyed are:

Stephen King - Different Seasons (collection of Novellas; including "Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption").
Neil Gaiman - Smoke and Mirrors (another collection of quite strangely written short stories).
Charles Bukowski - ??? (collection of ramblings by a massive pisshead).
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby spaceman_DOUG » 28 Nov 2012, 10:45

Cheers (although you could have edited your previous post rather than double posting :wink:).
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby middle finger » 28 Nov 2012, 16:54

Glenfiddich 12years old is 1/3 cheaper in sainsbury's. For 20 quid It's a bargain.
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby spaceman_DOUG » 28 Nov 2012, 17:30

What happened to that recent thread you made MF?
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby FishyGinger » 28 Nov 2012, 17:34

spaceman_DOUG wrote:What happened to that recent thread you made MF?


About his fwend, Alotta Fagina? Probably asked her and now needs the whiskey to forget.

I'm only joking, my Polish Pumpkin :P
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby middle finger » 28 Nov 2012, 18:29

spaceman_DOUG wrote:What happened to that recent thread you made MF?

It was pointless.
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby ricflair » 28 Nov 2012, 19:44

Windows 8 - £10 from work.

We'll see/10. Should speed up the old netbook anyway.
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby Multiplayerking » 28 Nov 2012, 20:42

middle finger wrote:
spaceman_DOUG wrote:What happened to that recent thread you made MF?

It was pointless.


Has anyone seen that show Pointless on BBC1 everyday at about 5? Now I might just be a sap, but I think it's pretty good.
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby spaceman_DOUG » 28 Nov 2012, 21:41

I thought there was at least one interesting point to be discussed there.

@MPK It's s**t, the presenter is s**t, the contestants are usually s**t, the concept is s**t and the amount of questions are s**t.

Give me a proper quiz show like Mastermind any day.
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Re: Last thing you bought and rating

Postby CrispyLog » 28 Nov 2012, 22:15

Simon_H4 wrote:
CrispyLog wrote:Yeh but this past couple years all the girls are wearing leggings. Seems a bit weird, a girl in some tight leggings and just a shirt on top so you can see all her glorious arse, I'm not complaining mind, I just feel a bit of a perve.

Eating breakfast at a pub is usually a bad sign... It's usually just old drunks in there at that time, but hey ho! Only time I've done it is when it's been an all day sessions so we start at 10am with a pint and full english.

You still hip then? Got a new LJ to rock out in?

Erm, perhaps not... wtf is a LJ???!

No old drunks in the pubs where I live (apart from me), it's way too posh :)


An LJ is a leather jacket, as you can see me rocking out in mine on the other page <<<. You have to be cool to pull one off, that's all.

A Neil Gaiman fan though, good stuff! I love his books, but for me there is something very special about American Gods, I mean that is just one of the best books I've ever read, it's just brilliant.


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You know, I really like Carling. I even drink it warm from the can if i have to and still fair enjoy it. And when I'm sipping it from cans at night I just nail it, it just goes down like water. And I don't even feel dirty.
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