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PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 12:12 
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Hoooray! May he bring you many years of joy, happiness, and of telling non-Irish people how to spell it.


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Little boy born this morning @ 6.40am. 6lbs 4oz

We call him Oisin which is pronounced Ush-een

All went well if not a bit fast, my wife had her waters broken at 5.30am and he was there an hour later!


Congratulations! And it looks like they were mighty accurate with the weight prediction.

The day before our first was born we were told we were getting a 10-pounder. When she arrived she was 6 and a half pounds.


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Congratulations, and best wishes for an easy first few days.

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asfish wrote:
Little boy born this morning @ 6.40am. 6lbs 4oz

We call him Oisin which is pronounced Ush-een

All went well if not a bit fast, my wife had her waters broken at 5.30am and he was there an hour later!


Congratulations to both of you - glad he arrived safely. :luv:

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 Post subject: Re: The 'Yay!' thread
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I posted in the NAY thread about a friends stag do where we were supposed to be going to an arcade in the afternoon but it shut down before we got there.

Instead, we looked at doing an escape the room challenge in Wolverhampton (Thanks Russ!) but that was all booked up so we eventually settled on hiring a conference room at a local hotel and having a video games afternoon in there.

We managed ten player Bomberman on the Saturn (Actually, it was 9 in the end because one of my pads didn't work with the multitap) but it was awesome! Then we played stuff like Street Fighter, Mario Kart, Trials HD and lots of other things. It was great. I'm tempted to do it again!


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Excellent! Sometimes the last minute plans are the best.


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 Post subject: Re: The 'Yay!' thread
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Indeed... and it helped that I have access to tons of consoles and games to play. I was actually surprised that I own ten Saturn pads! They just kept appearing like something out of Mary Poppins handbag.


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 Post subject: Re: The 'Yay!' thread
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Shame she could rustle up some fucking apostrophes HEY-OOOOO!

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Shame she could rustle up some fucking apostrophes HEY-OOOOO!

Is it one of those rules that if you pick someone up on their grammar you have to accidentally make a mistake of your own?

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Plenty of ironing in the handbag, it turns out.

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Grim... wrote:
Shame she could rustle up some fucking apostrophes HEY-OOOOO!

Is it one of those rules that if you pick someone up on their grammar you have to accidentally make a mistake of your own?


Muphry's Rule states that, I believe.

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