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  • Mulletino
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    We used to play this a lot in the early 90s in our tea breaks when I was an engineer.

    i still played it through the years since and still do now. I have a waterproof set which are good for using when drunk, stops spilt drinks ruining the cards.
    You can even play it online on various consoles and I dabble now and then in a few online games with strangers.

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  • George 1978
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    When I think of the name "Uno", I always think of that poor man's DFS furniture store which had branches in Walsall and Leicester in the 1990s that even Brian "Tetley Make Tea Bags" Glover appeared in vision in the Central TV region adverts now long before he passed away.

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  • Heather74
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    Originally posted by Jacqueline View Post
    I've never seen any versions of Uno other than the usual one. I'll have to look out for those.
    My nephew wanted the Simpsons addition some years back at the time most places had sold out, they were quite hard to come across.As soon as Christmas was over they were everywhere again

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  • Richard1978
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    My sister has a set of Uno cards, we used to often play it in the school holidays.

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  • Jacqueline
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    I've never seen any versions of Uno other than the usual one. I'll have to look out for those.

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  • www.doyouremember.co.uk
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    Uno

    Uno, the card game of fun champions. Champions of fun.The game is played with specially printed cards consisting of fourcolours, red, green, blue and yellow. The game was created in 1971 bya Mr Merle Robbins, but has been produced my Mattel since 1992.The name UNO comes from the Spanish word for

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