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    I don't think I helped matters very much. 50 shades of Magnum eh? :-)

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    Perhaps the 2 should be combined and then you could buy Magnum-flavoured condoms.

    Avoid the ones with the nutty bits on the outside though
    Bazinga !

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    with my birthday money I bught the original series of Battlestar Galactica series 1 and 2 . and I decided to try some different kind of books and bought The Crippled God & Dust of Dreams both by Steven Erikson.

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    Ah lovely old campy Battlestar Galactica!

    Apparently there's a grim n' gritty remake that's attracted a small fan following too.
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    The last word (hopefully!) on ice cream and condoms - "Buy me and stop one."

    I can't believe it's only taken Mr. Hart a mere decade to notice our dubious mental state...

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    I haven't bought anything YET today, but the wife and I are going to a midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises tonight, so we will be purchasing tickets, drinks and popcorn, I imagine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob McCow View Post
    Ah lovely old campy Battlestar Galactica!

    Apparently there's a grim n' gritty remake that's attracted a small fan following too.

    yeh but the theme tune is still fab..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Williams View Post
    I haven't bought anything YET today, but the wife and I are going to a midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises tonight, so we will be purchasing tickets, drinks and popcorn, I imagine!
    Not that showing, I hope!

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    Due to a clear out by a fan, I've just picked up this lot:

    Melkur
    Beevers Master
    Stealth Cyberman
    Styre
    Linx
    4th Doctor TARDIS

    For 58, delivered by courier.

    Not too shabby!

    Oooh, coconut macaroons!

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    A webcam, even though Donna's mum says they're naughty!

    It's for Si anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob McCow View Post
    A webcam, even though Donna's mum says they're naughty!

    It's for Si anyway
    I don't want to know!
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    Speak for yourself!

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    Mysterious parcel for Mr Simon Hart! Mr Simon Hart! There's a mysterious parcel for you!
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    Oooh!

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    Don't open it! There might be a cunningly-worded invitation to partake in World War 3 inside!

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    Oh it contained so much... I can't wait to start exploring it all...

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    Tease!

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    So many discs... the years 1981 to 1985...

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    Aha - hear that sound?? That's pennies dropping :-)

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    Pennies? Pounds more like!

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    It's Motel Madness!

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    If there were pounds or pennies dropping, Ebenezer Wallis would have attempted to catch them by now...

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    Today I received a HP pocket PC that I bought off e-bay for 10.

    I'm now happily compiling booklists and other bits of important yet trivial information that I'll be able to access electronically on the go.

    What a wonderful technological world the 20th century was !
    Bazinga !

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    Went downstairs to buy lunch (hadn't brought any as I thought we might be taking the new boss out somewhere - guessing that'll happen on another day and I won't be invited) and discovered the Book People were there...

    Just about escaped with my wallet intact...

    Hunger Games trilogy (all for just 5)
    DK World History Eyewitness Companion (I have a weakness for glossy history books and I am starting my degree in four weeks!)

    And for my nephew:
    Disney- My Favourite Adventures - a collection of 5 read along stories with CDs -

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    I bought some loo roll!

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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