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  1. Thread: Topo Gigio?

    by Mulletino
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    Re: Topo Gigio?

    I also seem to have known "of him" but can't recall from where, my memory of him seems older than 2006 when he did some World Cup thing though.
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    Re: sandwich fillings

    That reminded me of a top toasted Pitta Bread filling, Hummus and Water Cress, so good!
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    Re: Stars in their Eyes

    Apart from the title connecting it to this thread, this song always strikes a chord with the reality shows and how they treat the contestants:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9RunljdHow
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    Re: Stars in their Eyes

    My Dad's mate's daughter appeared on Stars as Heather Small from M People, after that she used to do tribute gigs.

    I used to quite enjoy "Karaoke Challenge" too with Suggs and a monkey years later...
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    Re: Women's Football

    I was reading an interesting article about the fact the female players want equal pay to their male counterparts. With the reason they aren't being that their crowds just don't bring in the kind of...
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    Re: sandwich fillings

    The end crusts on crusty loafs should only ever be eaten individually with butter on.
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    Re: sandwich fillings

    Crispy bacon and tommy sauce.

    Sandwiches aren't as big in Australia as the UK. I miss going into Boots and staring at their marvelous sandwich wall at lunch times. The All Day Breakfast one we...
  8. Thread: Crisps

    by Mulletino
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    Sticky: Re: Crisps

    These are my current faves:

    https://d2lnr5mha7bycj.cloudfront.net/product-image/file/large_78c380ab-69ea-4e41-8ab3-b4010ca06c1b.jpg

    They have a lovely kick to them without too much burn, nice...
  9. Thread: McDonald's

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    Re: McDonald's

    Not sure if Maccas in the UK have it but some here seem to have a Star Trek Red Alert klaxon (from the OG series) for when something is ready on the cookers, it just goes off a lot when i'm in there!
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    Re: Thomas Cook - 1841-2019

    On our Morocco drunken night, we'd convinced one of the locals (a friend of the rep) to march ahead of us all waving the rep's clipboard shouting "I am Thomas the ****!"
  11. Re: Did Frank Bough do kids TV in the late 70s?

    I wonder if Mat Bianco will get an apology too?
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    Re: Old Console and Computers. Any Collectors?

    Nice!

    I would love a C64 again but am too put off by the power supply / recap requirements. When that new "The C64" comes out i'll get one of those instead, then I can pretend I have a proper one...
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    Re: Thomas Cook - 1841-2019

    "Don't just book it, Thomas Cook it!" was a TV line I always remember. I think the last holiday I went on with them was to Morocco in the early 2000s, we had a massive drinking night with the rep on...
  14. Thread: School Trips

    by Mulletino
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    Re: School Trips

    Kentwell Hall!

    The place where they pretend to be from olden times and you'd try your best to catch them out. Of course it being near an Airforce Base didn't help with fighter jets flying over...
  15. Thread: McDonald's

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    Re: McDonald's

    I watched that movie the other week with Michael Keaton about Maccas, The Founder I think it was called, was entertaining and very interesting.

    We never went to McDonalds as kids, it was deemed...
  16. Re: Trying to find name of 80s/90s board game

    Taboo?
  17. Thread: How are you?

    by Mulletino
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    Re: How are you?

    Salutations!
  18. Re: The mostly ghastly and irritating bands/singers you remember or were jealous of

    When you're a kid 30 is well old! :)
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    Re: Any gamers here?

    I remember as a kid going float fishing with some family friends for the day, that night when i shut my eyes I could see the luminous tip of the float bobbing about in my vision.

    I played Elder...
  20. Re: The mostly ghastly and irritating bands/singers you remember or were jealous of

    She was just over 30 when Heart of Glass was a hit.
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    Re: Any gamers here?

    Aye, back when games came with manuals and other stuff to really set the tone without charging an arm and a leg for "collector's editions".

    That's why, despite having bought it on digital at...
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    Re: Any gamers here?

    It's amazing how our brains filled in the gaps back then, using the cover art to help conjure up the images that the graphics of the time couldn't muster. :)
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    Re: Any gamers here?

    Nice find! I'd go with the Scart, much better picture. :)

    To unlock both original arcade machines in Rebel Srtike:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BM5LrMwN9Q
  24. Thread: Hey y'all!

    by Mulletino
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    Re: Hey y'all!

    Greetings.
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    Re: Any gamers here?

    The gamecube _does_ have Rogue Squadron II and II, which are still two of my favourite Star Wars games to date.

    If you pick up an old Nintendo Wii (with the gamecube ports) you can play them in...
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