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Postby DaddyR » Fri 05 Sep 2008, 10:26 pm

smudger07 wrote:I know Markyate, a village with a Luton phone number and a St Albans Post code, great chip shop there, and the cell where the wicked lady's ghost is suppose to be


That's a Harpenden phone number and St Albans post code (especially when the house is on the market :wink: ). I'm not a fried food fan but the Markyate Pavilion is one of the best curry houses I've been to and the Indian takeaway is pretty good. For a mile long village with four pubs it's a pain they are all shit. And the wicked lady too.

I'm in Hatfield now so I've no idea why I can take the piss out of Luton.

I preferred Goldeneye's single player but Perfect Dark's multi player was better I recon. And you didn't mention LoZ OoT, my fave game ever. And Mario Tennis is probably the best in-home multiplayer game ever (although SingStar and Buzz! are close runners).
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Postby smudger07 » Fri 05 Sep 2008, 10:47 pm

DaddyR wrote:
smudger07 wrote:I know Markyate, a village with a Luton phone number and a St Albans Post code, great chip shop there, and the cell where the wicked lady's ghost is suppose to be


That's a Harpenden phone number and St Albans post code (especially when the house is on the market :wink: ).


LOL, that's right at least an extra £30,0000.

To be honest I actually brought the N64 after my PS3, as I have always wanted one but brought a PS1. With the second hand value now it is excellent value for money, so I will see if I can obtain a copy of Legend. Thank you for your recommendation. But I do have a copy of Mario Golf.
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Postby Sav » Sat 06 Sep 2008, 5:55 am

DaddyR wrote:I'm not a fried food fan


And I'm running the 100m at the 2012 Olympics too.
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Postby Boba UK » Sat 06 Sep 2008, 8:19 am

Sav wrote:
DaddyR wrote:I'm not a fried food fan


And I'm running the 100m at the 2012 Olympics too.


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Postby RetiredUser2461 » Sat 06 Sep 2008, 9:14 am

Oh, my chart has thrown up you have a serious problem!!
Prepaternaljaffaitous syndrome!

Don't worry you'll be able to get over this one in time, in the meantime i recommend once a month purchasing a pack of said cakes and just sit in a darkened room with a coffee and close your eyes and just be brave and eat one!!!

What's your cat called?

Hope you are enjoying getting to know us! :lol:
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Postby smudger07 » Sat 06 Sep 2008, 6:05 pm

battie2 wrote:Oh, my chart has thrown up you have a serious problem!!
Prepaternaljaffaitous syndrome!

Don't worry you'll be able to get over this one in time, in the meantime i recommend once a month purchasing a pack of said cakes and just sit in a darkened room with a coffee and close your eyes and just be brave and eat one!!!

What's your cat called?

Hope you are enjoying getting to know us! :lol:


Thank you Doctor Battie, I think that I have a really bad case, so I'm going to have to take two packs, unless you think I will not overdose. :lol:

The Cat is called Harry, and was a rescused cat, which we have had for the last ten years now.

Yes. i'm really enjoying gettin to know you all, and it's a small world, that DaddyR used to live about 2 miles where I grew up.

If not out of order can I ask a question?
May I ask what games you enjoy, and what games you know you are good at????
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Postby Jonah » Sat 06 Sep 2008, 6:10 pm

smudger07 wrote: If not out of order can I ask a question?


Ooom the hunted becomes the huntee. I like it! :lol:
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Postby zeroflip » Sat 06 Sep 2008, 6:22 pm

howdeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Smudger - I used to live in Harpenden. I often used to fall asleep on the train after a night out in London and find myself in Bedfordshire 8O 8O 8O 8O That was an expensive taxi ride home 8O 8O DaddyR - Hatfield - I used to go for meetings with work there alot and also to The Galleria cinema. And did they not film a load of films there - I remember when they were filiming Band of Brothers, you could see the set as you drove past. Or have I just made that up??!!!??

Anyhoo, nice to meet you...as for your questions....I really love playing pretty much all games but I am afraid to report I am not very good at any of them :oops:

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Postby RetiredUser2461 » Sat 06 Sep 2008, 9:46 pm

Hi Smudge, cool cat name and good that you saved him from a other life!

In answer to your question i havn't had much of a gaming variety on ps3, i have played GTA4 but have bad days at steering!!!(no women driver jokes please)

I love playing cod4 have good games and bad games as most of the OAPS could tell you but i enjoy it all the same,(although killing particular players has secret joy !!!)

I think you will be safe to eat two packs of jaffas and if you are feeling reckless go the whole hog and do a triple! :wink:
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Postby smudger07 » Sun 07 Sep 2008, 7:51 pm

zeroflip wrote:howdeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Smudger - I used to live in Harpenden. I often used to fall asleep on the train after a night out in London and find myself in Bedfordshire 8O 8O 8O 8O That was an expensive taxi ride home 8O 8O DaddyR - Hatfield - I used to go for meetings with work there alot and also to The Galleria cinema. And did they not film a load of films there - I remember when they were filiming Band of Brothers, you could see the set as you drove past. Or have I just made that up??!!!??

Anyhoo, nice to meet you...as for your questions....I really love playing pretty much all games but I am afraid to report I am not very good at any of them :oops:

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G'day Zero, it is a very small world, my Girlfirend used to live there near the Manor nr Redbourne.
I quite sure that the band of Brothers was filmed around the aerodome near Hatfield, I only know that because where I used to work we did some deliveries there.

I'm pretty much like yourself, really like playing but again not too good. I currently playing COD4, a hell of a lot, so much that I have games that have not even seen the inside of my PS3. I had to play something else so just started Uncharted yesterday.

It's been a pleasure meeting you.
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Postby smudger07 » Sun 07 Sep 2008, 8:00 pm

battie2 wrote:Hi Smudge, cool cat name and good that you saved him from a other life!

In answer to your question i havn't had much of a gaming variety on ps3, i have played GTA4 but have bad days at steering!!!(no women driver jokes please)

I love playing cod4 have good games and bad games as most of the OAPS could tell you but i enjoy it all the same,(although killing particular players has secret joy !!!)

I think you will be safe to eat two packs of jaffas and if you are feeling reckless go the whole hog and do a triple! :wink:


Thank you, he is really a lovely cat. (apart when he wants food)
I also really enjoy COD4 (please see last post) and agree. One game you're top with 30 kills, then the next, only 6 kills. There are some maps I prefer more than others.

I took your advise and brought three packs today in Asda, also just in case that didn't work also got a jar of orange marmalade. :D
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Postby RetiredUser2461 » Mon 08 Sep 2008, 8:39 am

Good man and the marmalade will help if you feel sick after eating three packs of jaffa cakes!!! :D
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Postby Kiplin » Mon 08 Sep 2008, 12:19 pm

ello smudger! Welcome to the Home. :Y:

All this talk about retro seeties bought to mind the ol' choccy fags I used to buy! Loved em!

You could choose between the poor mans white sticks with red ends, or, at chrimbo you had brown choccy wrapped in their own Rizzlas..( I remember the papers weren't edible, although they were easily digestable..)

Hope your stay is long and happy dude.

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Postby smudger07 » Mon 08 Sep 2008, 6:16 pm

Kiplin wrote:ello smudger! Welcome to the Home. :Y:

All this talk about retro seeties bought to mind the ol' choccy fags I used to buy! Loved em!

You could choose between the poor mans white sticks with red ends, or, at chrimbo you had brown choccy wrapped in their own Rizzlas..( I remember the papers weren't edible, although they were easily digestable..)

Hope your stay is long and happy dude.

Kippers

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A real pleasure to meet you, and I love the cakes it's poetry to my taste buds. :lol:

I certainly remember the white ones. Those were the ones if that if you left them out of the packet for more then 4 minutes, they would go all soft. But I don't know why, but did they come with little cards inside, like the adults ones. Just rings a bell.
But a can not remember the chocolate ones :oops:


I too hope my stay is long and I'm sure it will be a happy one.

All the best

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Postby RetiredUser2461 » Mon 08 Sep 2008, 7:16 pm

Kipperz i used to eat the paper on the choc cigs too!!! :D
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