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    Re: First video game console?

    That bike game sounds like Stunt Cycle by Atari, although the home version had handlebars like the arcade.
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    Re: Celeb Big Brother

    Thankfully we don't have this over here but I do remember the first series (I think) where Bridgette Nielsen was sitting chatting to someone and Jackie Stallone walked in, Bridgette went "Oh my god!...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    Especially as it seems any sickness seems to spread quite easily on them too!
  4. Re: A thoughtless moron has moved in next door

    Seems the dog is the most intelligent one in that relationship.
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    Re: Wot do you do on the Web ?

    This sentence could quite easily be about children's TV. ;)
  6. Thread: My Dads Cars

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    Re: My Dads Cars

    The family cars I can remember:

    Morris Minor Series MM (split windscreen) - my dad still has this and just got it back on the road, been off the road since the early 80s.
    Ford Cortina MK1
    Humber...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    My niece works on a cruise ship which is currently in Australia, it was supposed to be going to singapore and asia next. As her's is the biggest ship it's been re-routed on another cruise around...
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    Re: Wot do you do on the Web ?

    I'm a creature of habit so my morning routine is:

    Check webmail / have a quick look at whatever news stories grab my attention from the mail news site / check a couple of gaming community forums i...
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    Re: Attempted burglary

    Sorry to hear that mate. We got burgled over 7 years ago, not long after we'd moved into our new house, the feckers kicked in the back garage door then couldn't get into the house via that so they...
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    Re: R i p nicholas parsons.

    His appearance in the "Comic Strip Presents" TV Movie "Mr Jolly Lives Next Door" as himself was a highlight for me.
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    Re: Retro aftershaves

    I use Old Spice (Champion) body wash every day.
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    Re: Fashion in primary school

    We had to wear grey trousers and red jumpers to school as our uniform in Infants/Junior school, with parkas/snorkels in winter like in that photo.
    Having no interest in fashion then i'd just wear...
  13. Re: Petrol station adverts featuring the Smurfs

    It was deffo National. :) Although I thought it was the late 70s when you got "Service with a Smurf"?

    I still have the original ones I got from there and the ones i got later from the shops as a...
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    Re: Crackerjack is back!

    Wasn't it on at 4:55pm?

    I always thought they said "It's Friday! It's five to five! It's Crackerjack!"

    I guess the stacking cabbage game will be a lot easier now, piling the kids with a music...
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    Re: Let's Pretend

    I really don't remember much about the show other than the caterpillar thing and the theme song, which is still stuck in my head!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFMxf5nBb1g - if anyone wants it...
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    Re: Derek acorah...R I P

    Indeed, "Mary Loves Dick" being one of his crowning moments. Used to enjoy watching him on Most Haunted, despite it being fake and him being a charlatan it was somewhat entertaining with a nice look...
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    Re: Breaking up for the Christmas holidays

    I really don't remember the timeframe around xmas at school. All I know is that it was a magical time at infant/juniors, with preparation for the school play, carols in assembly, and xmas deccos...
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    Re: The Merry Christmas Thread 2019

    Merry Christmas to all DYRers and your families/loved ones.

    https://youtu.be/Vd79mpzBnJ4
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    Re: Christmas When You Were Growing Up

    Christmas has definitely changed for me since having my own family, plus being in a different country where Christmas is in the middle of summer (which is hot) takes some getting used to. It never...
  20. Thread: Pie And Mash

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    Re: Pie And Mash

    My Dad loves his Pie,Mash and Liquor. We'll be visiting his favourite one on our next trip home.

    Here in Australia Meat Pies are also very popular, but on their own, covered in tommy sauce. They...
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    Re: Ice Cream Vans

    Can't remember if i posted this before but my best memory of the Ice Cream van was being at my grandparents flat in Leyton one summer and the Ice Cream Van came, we all rushed down the stairs to it...
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    Re: Christmas When You Were Growing Up

    Sounds like a right old Scrooge!

    You know what they say, you can't change the people around you, but you can change the people around you.

    Ditch the mug, or send him a Happy New Year card, a...
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    Re: Barbers shops

    They still do. Although they're not the same at the barber I go to, the blade part is just a normal razor blade that fits into a holder in the arm that swings inside the handle. We had two when I was...
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    Re: Barbers shops

    My wife's cousin used to manage the truck fleet at a mine site in the Northern Territory (Australia), this was the trucks that drove down those big windy tracks in pits, he said they actually...
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    Re: Barbers shops

    The barber local to us in the 70s was called "Jock's" he had half a finger missing on his scissors hand (which us kids would stare at when he cut our fringes) and would rattle his false teeth around...
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