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PostPosted: Wed Nov 04, 2020 17:46 
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I like a wall-mounted light.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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I need to order different bulbs.. These get warm :)

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I need to order different bulbs.. These get warm :)

But that's free heating! (Paging Cras to double-check my physics.)


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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They are bulbs and not LED, I did not think you could get non-LED bulbs any more.

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They are bulbs and not LED, I did not think you could get non-LED bulbs any more.


Not all types were “banned” and even then existing stockpiles can be sold.
Smaller halogen bulbs are still fairly common.


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I know that now :)

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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Had this from the local furniture shop the other day.
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Inside the shop, they sell posh stuff that I can't afford, but out on the front, they put out cheap second hand bits and as I walk past is most days, I always end up seeing stuff I like, but don't necessarily have the room for. No idea where I'm going to put this yet as I'll need to clear some space, but hopefully it'll become another console testing area. Seems worth the £15 anyway.


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Looks well worth £15!

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I :luv: it.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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Jazzy basically lives in Disneyland, now :D

Every time you acquire some new shiny, it is Disney themed! :D

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Jazzy basically lives in Disneyland, now :D

Every time you acquire some new shiny, it is Disney themed! :D

I know right?! :DD I do love You Story though. :)

This is huge, thick and so soft. I'd wear it all day if I could.

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Oh, I thought it was a towel! Is it a poncho?

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It's a fleecy blanket. By wear it, I mean wrap myself up in it. :D

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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I bought a paperweight for a week (or longer. We’ll see).


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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Cor! The ONE thing that’s pulling me towards a new console.

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I bought a load of wood, and some strapping men to turn it into a lean-to.

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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And - like Sat - some paperweights.

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Although in fairness I can use the headphones with my PS4.


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That lean to is massive! I love it.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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It's pretty hefty, for sure. It is designed to fit six socially-diatanced guests (and us). By the time they're actually allowed to come around again the heaters might have arrived.

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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And - like Sat - some paperweights.

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Although in fairness I can use the headphones with my PS4.


Has there ever been a photo of your desk without a can of fizzy pop?

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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I'm going to say "no".

It's probably always Pepsi Max, too.

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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That's a fantastic lean-to. Where's the BBQ, Pizza oven and Hot tub going to go?


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You can see the bbq at the end.

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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Ahh, the breezeblock thing next to RON? Well, that means just more room for the bar!


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Grim... wrote:
I bought a load of wood, and some strapping men to turn it into a lean-to.

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That looks fantastic..

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I bought a load of wood, and some strapping men to turn it into a lean-to.

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Niiiiiiiiiiiice

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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Your lean-to is bigger than our flat :D

It looks ace. I hope it makes for safe gatherings for you all soon xx

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That's because it's a lean-four.

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It’s a lean 6+

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Grim... wrote:
It's pretty hefty, for sure. It is designed to fit six socially-diatanced guests (and us). By the time they're actually allowed to come around again the heaters might have arrived.

I like to think that by ‘us’ you mean the forum. Totally looks big enough.

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Grim... wrote:
It's pretty hefty, for sure. It is designed to fit six socially-diatanced guests (and us). By the time they're actually allowed to come around again the heaters might have arrived.

I like to think that by ‘us’ you mean the forum. Totally looks big enough.


Yeah, but he's still got all those strapping men hanging about, so they take up some space.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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One thing's for sure - that's a lot of fuel for Bobby's next MeatUp fire ;)

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A Pepsi man 7 inch record... No, I have no idea either.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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I thought that was some kind of tribute to Grim...


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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Also, on the PS5. Not trying to yuk anyone's yums, but the PS5 controller is an ugly old thing, isn't it? Looks like it will be immediately grubby and looks somehow unfinished (though reviews suggest it's a thing of wonder to play with, which is what matters, obv).


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Also, on the PS5. Not trying to yuk anyone's yums, but the PS5 controller is an ugly old thing, isn't it? Looks like it will be immediately grubby and looks somehow unfinished (though reviews suggest it's a thing of wonder to play with, which is what matters, obv).


Yeah, Sony aren't winning any aesthetic wars this time around, either with the console or the controller.


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Also, on the PS5. Not trying to yuk anyone's yums, but the PS5 controller is an ugly old thing, isn't it? Looks like it will be immediately grubby and looks somehow unfinished (though reviews suggest it's a thing of wonder to play with, which is what matters, obv).

Playstation controllers are always ugly, but if they work... it's ok.


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I don't think any PS controllers have looked bad? Only need to work well anyway like you say.

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The PS5 itself is a bit of a monster though!

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I don't think any PS controllers have looked bad? Only need to work well anyway like you say.


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I much prefer the PS controllers over the Xbox. The Xbox sticks always feel too high that make accuracy in twitch shooters more of a pain. And the buttons are better.

The new Xbox controller is disappointingly the exact same thing again. But with a share button! Whoop.


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I think this may be the 8th or 9th time I've bought Super Mario Bros... But this IS lovely!


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DavPaz wrote:
Findus Fop wrote:
Also, on the PS5. Not trying to yuk anyone's yums, but the PS5 controller is an ugly old thing, isn't it? Looks like it will be immediately grubby and looks somehow unfinished (though reviews suggest it's a thing of wonder to play with, which is what matters, obv).

Playstation controllers are always ugly, but if they work... it's ok.


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That's an Xbox controller. It says it right there on the front.


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Also... Not ugly.


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Also... Not ugly.

Err, ok

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One thing's for sure - that's a lot of fuel for Bobby's next MeatUp fire ;)

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