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    Default The What Did You Get For Christmas Thread

    well go on tell us all what Santa brought you this year..

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    Al Murray: The Pub Landlord's Book of British Common Sense
    Doctor Who: Anamatronic Cyberman
    Doctor Who: Cyberman Toothbrush
    Doctor Who 1000 Piece Jigsaw (TARDIS & Dalek ships)
    Doctor Who Remote Control K9 and Doctor figure
    Doctor Who Talking Cyberman Mug
    The Simpsons "I Didn't Do It" Mug
    Build Your Own Stonehenge... thing
    Where's Bin Laden? funny book

    And some boxer shorts, Famous Grouse whiskey, a bottle of La Mancha red wine, a HMV giftcard, a lovely striped jumper, and Dalek bubble bath.

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    Marillion: Somewhere in London DVD
    Firefly DVD boxset
    Torchwood DVD boxset
    Genesis: Live Over Europe 2007 CD
    Porcupine Tree: In Absentia CD
    Porcupine Tree: On The Sunday of Life CD
    Supertramp: Breakfast in America CD
    pyjamas
    formal wear (bow tie & dress shirt)
    Private Eye Annual
    an both Wagamama cookbooks

    Ant x

    Do you know what they call me in the ancient legends of the Dalek homeworld? The Oncoming Storm.

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    I got some stuff.

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    Marillion: Somewhere in London DVD
    My dad's watching that now Ocean Cloud... "masterpiece".

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    For the feet.... socks, slippers, and shoes

    For the face... shaving foam, aftershave, spot cream(!), and a b-i-g box of liquorice allsorts

    For the fan... Talons on DVD, Forever Autumn book, Offical Annual, Encyclopedia, and an anorak (no, honestly, my Mum bought me a raincoat)

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    All five seasons of Angel and seasons 2 and 3 of X-Files on DVD
    A selection of Whittards hot chocolate (various flavours and sprinkles)
    One bottle of wine in a wooden puzzle contraption, the idea that you spend several hours trying to work it out and then give up and go out to the off licence instead
    The new Tranmere Rovers gold away shirt
    One copy of 'Doctor Syn' by Russell Thorndike
    A miniature jigsaw
    Some Japanese chocolates
    Doctor Who fridge magnets and socks

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    I can't remember everything but it included a scarf, slippers, CK and Hugo Boss "Eau De Toilette" (whatever that is), a ton of chocolate, jelly babies, Kylie, Spice, Madge and Doctor Who calanders, books by Annekke Wills, Mrs O and Liz Smith, books about TOTP and the Sugababes, a monkey, a cushion thing for your neck, a shirt, "Tangled Up" CD by The Girls Aloud, "White Diamond/Homecoming" DVD by Astrid Peth, an official Spice Girls mug, some bootleg Madge badges, some hot chocolate things and loads more crap from the streets!

    Spice up the egg nog!

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    A large box full of my favourite toiletries, a half season ticket to see Charlton Athletic play for the rest of the season, a pair of Dalek socks, a hoodie (at my age? Good grief!), a big jar of mint humbugs, Brain Training on DS, a t-shirt, a towel bale and an Anthony Worrell Thompson knife wrap. And a Nintendo Wii with 4 games and extra contollers and nunchucks.
    Iím being extremely clever up here and thereís no one to stand around looking impressed! Whatís the point in having you all?

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    I got a "Fawlty Towers" biography, Organic Green and Blacks chocolate, hot chocolate and chocolate cookies, two nice stripey tops, Bon Jovi's "Lost Highway" CD, "The Very Best Of Sam Brown", McFly's Greatest Hits CD, DVD and rarities disc (hurrah!), a Flight Control TARDIS, a Queen calendar and some lovely Simpsons figures.

    Si.

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    And we both got the bloody Indiana Jones DVD boxed set.

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    eBay!

    Is Mr Hunt loving the Flight Control TARDIS?

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    Yes, although to be fair it was a present from P-Bal just before Christmas so I marvelled to it a while ago now. Currently I'm most enjoying the CD's and the Green and Blacks wares.

    Si.

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    We've a spare "Flight Control TARDIS" as I Bruced one a mere day before Lady P gave us one.

    Call me "Chis" but I prefer the Dapol TARDIS from the Sylvester McCoy Days as you could get your figures inside that more easily and it wasn't as heavy.

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    But it didn't make the take-off sound when you lifted it up and rumble like it was trying to digest a prune pudding when you waved it around.

    Si.

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    No but if you strain your ears it does make a very quiet ping noise when the light flashes.

    I don't think it's meant to though.

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    Me, I got an electronic Reaper figure from BBC TV's 'Doctor Who', the most recent offerings from Amy Winehouse and the Eagles on CD, a create-your-own pop hit kit thing off a mad friend, and some money off my mum and dad which I have used to Bruce a natty new jacket from River Island, some cheap audio and visual treats in the sales, and a rather lovely die-cast collectible TARDIS.

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    The highlights were Dosh and Dalek socks.

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    I had Elton John at 60 DVD, Destiny of the Daleks, Spiderman 3, Fantastic Four/Silver Surfer. Dr. Who and Dalekmania calendars. Socks, thermal to keep my feet warm at work, Slippers, the obligatory shower gel and shaving stuff and a bottle of coffee liqueur which is quite nice if you drink it quickly.

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    There'll be loads of them on eBay in January.

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    How fitting that we should be time-travelling on a message board dedicated to Doctor Who!

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    Some money
    Five DW DVD's (Axos, Resurrection, Remembrance, Sontaran Experiment and Web Planet)
    Moisturiser
    Jumper
    Book of cocktails
    France guidebook (we're off to France next year for our summer holiday)

    And we both got:
    Assorted foody items
    Candles
    ...and a 2008 calender from my sis feauring photo's of their trip to India this year!

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    ...and a 2008 calender from my sis feauring photo's of their trip to India this year!
    You want to see the home-made calendar we got!!

    Si.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Si Hunt View Post
    You want to see the home-made calendar we got!!

    Si.
    It wouldn't feature a certain Mr Ballard, would it?

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    Those are priceless! I've been looking on ebay to find one but no one seems to sell those rarities.

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