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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2019 20:42 
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Sorry I've not posted anything exciting like a kettle fucking Jesus Christ I pay money for this to be a thing, actual fucking money fuck me


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What the fuck is that? A flamingo in disguise?

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Sorry I've not posted anything exciting like a kettle fucking Jesus Christ I pay money for this to be a thing, actual fucking money fuck me


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I bought a gravel hoover. Pretty sure you could use it to administer enemas.

Is this to remove gravel from your house or to remove dust from gravel?

It’s to remove fish poo from fish tank gravel.

I also bought a sofa on Friday but I forgot about that because fishy gravel hoover.

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I purchased Sucky Carl, a Roomba (but not an actual Roomba).

He does a good job, especially now I've stopped him from vacuuming at midnight.

I also got a new sofa. Keeping in the tradition of posting pictures about shit no-one cares about to the extent that it makes me want to set fire to the fucking server that hosts all this, here are is Craster testing the corner seat:

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Orderly fucking queue, ladies.

All the screwing happening in that picture was probably done by the item on the windowsill

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That was for the Allen bolts. The 13mm bolts were done up with an impact driver.

Prohint: IKEA sofas aren't ready for an impact driver.

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What the fuck is that? A flamingo in disguise?

An animal brush. Can't you read?

I presume it's for the badger curled up around Mops chin.


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That was for the Allen bolts. The 13mm bolts were done up with an impact driver.

Prohint: IKEA sofas aren't ready for an impact driver.

You surprise me!

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So... Craster is now called Sucky Carl?

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Our Roomba knock off is rubbish but called Harvey because his model no is RVsomething.

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You should call it wallbanger of it keeps crashing!

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You should call it wallbanger of it keeps crashing!

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Our Roomba knock off is rubbish but called Harvey because his model no is RVsomething.

Mine is a Deebot N79S. So far, he's really good.

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Our Roomba knock off is rubbish but called Harvey because his model no is RVsomething.

Mine is a Deebot N79S. So far, he's really good.

I’ve gone back to manually vacuuming, but with a lightweight battery-powered one (image above). It’s really good!

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Grim... wrote:
Lonewolves wrote:
Our Roomba knock off is rubbish but called Harvey because his model no is RVsomething.

Mine is a Deebot N79S. So far, he's really good.

I’ve gone back to manually vacuuming, but with a lightweight battery-powered one (image above). It’s really good!


Gtech air ram here, its great for when I remember to put the vacuum round every other month or so...


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Grim... wrote:
Lonewolves wrote:
Our Roomba knock off is rubbish but called Harvey because his model no is RVsomething.

Mine is a Deebot N79S. So far, he's really good.

I’ve gone back to manually vacuuming, but with a lightweight battery-powered one (image above). It’s really good!


Gtech air ram here, its great for when I remember to put the vacuum round every other month or so...

I really love the robot vacuum idea, but we're not the tidiest so have too much clutter to let it go round automatically once a week. And that doesn't even factor in the need for two if you live in a two-storey house. If I'm having to carry it upstairs what's the point?

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Lonewolves wrote:
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Lonewolves wrote:
Grim... wrote:
Lonewolves wrote:
Our Roomba knock off is rubbish but called Harvey because his model no is RVsomething.

Mine is a Deebot N79S. So far, he's really good.

I’ve gone back to manually vacuuming, but with a lightweight battery-powered one (image above). It’s really good!


Gtech air ram here, its great for when I remember to put the vacuum round every other month or so...

I really love the robot vacuum idea, but we're not the tidiest so have too much clutter to let it go round automatically once a week. And that doesn't even factor in the need for two if you live in a two-storey house. If I'm having to carry it upstairs what's the point?


We looked at buying a place that once had over a thousand stories, but no lift.

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Trooper wrote:
Lonewolves wrote:
Grim... wrote:
Lonewolves wrote:
Our Roomba knock off is rubbish but called Harvey because his model no is RVsomething.

Mine is a Deebot N79S. So far, he's really good.

I’ve gone back to manually vacuuming, but with a lightweight battery-powered one (image above). It’s really good!


Gtech air ram here, its great for when I remember to put the vacuum round every other month or so...

I really love the robot vacuum idea, but we're not the tidiest so have too much clutter to let it go round automatically once a week. And that doesn't even factor in the need for two if you live in a two-storey house. If I'm having to carry it upstairs what's the point?


We looked at buying a place that once had over a thousand stories, but no lift.


Was it a library?


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Trooper wrote:
Lonewolves wrote:
Grim... wrote:
Lonewolves wrote:
Our Roomba knock off is rubbish but called Harvey because his model no is RVsomething.

Mine is a Deebot N79S. So far, he's really good.

I’ve gone back to manually vacuuming, but with a lightweight battery-powered one (image above). It’s really good!


Gtech air ram here, its great for when I remember to put the vacuum round every other month or so...

I really love the robot vacuum idea, but we're not the tidiest so have too much clutter to let it go round automatically once a week. And that doesn't even factor in the need for two if you live in a two-storey house. If I'm having to carry it upstairs what's the point?


We looked at buying a place that once had over a thousand stories, but no lift.


Was it a library?


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I mean that would have been great for storage but less good on bedrooms.

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I'm finally joining the 4k revolution! Picking up a perfect condition second hand LG OLED 55 inch 4k thingy from a local dude, for the princely sum of £725. Seemed like a good deal to me...anyone want a plasma?


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I'm finally joining the 4k revolution!


I've only just joined the 2k revolution. Of RAM that is.
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I'm finally joining the 4k revolution! Picking up a perfect condition second hand LG OLED 55 inch 4k thingy from a local dude, for the princely sum of £725. Seemed like a good deal to me...anyone want a plasma?

I hope it’s got HDR.

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I'm finally joining the 4k revolution! Picking up a perfect condition second hand LG OLED 55 inch 4k thingy from a local dude, for the princely sum of £725. Seemed like a good deal to me...anyone want a plasma?

I hope it’s got HDR.


It does indeed, it's this model.
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I hope it’s got HDR.

There are no OLEDs that don't have HDR.


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I hope it’s got HDR.

There are no OLEDs that don't have HDR.

As long as it has high dynamic range that's the main thing.

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Going from SDR to HDR was a significantly bigger upgrade for me than going from 1080p to 4k. I can barely see the latter. The former is massive.


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I'm all setup, this 4k HDR business is quite good isn't it. I should probably get some more 4k sources than just Amazon prime though.


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I'm all setup, this 4k HDR business is quite good isn't it. I should probably get some more 4k sources than just Amazon prime though.

Netflix is an extra £2 per month. Stu Campbell would be rolling in his grave, were he not roasting in the eternal fires of Hades. Or still alive.

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I'm all setup, this 4k HDR business is quite good isn't it. I should probably get some more 4k sources than just Amazon prime though.

Netflix is an extra £2 per month. Stu Campbell would be rolling in his grave, were he not roasting in the eternal fires of Hades. Or still alive.


Yeah, that's the plan, but my Netflix is linked to sky as it saved some pennies, so I need to call sky to get them unlinked so I can upgrade Netflix to 4k. Unless you have sky ultra HD, you cant have Netflix 4k if they are linked. Which is annoying.


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I’ve just signed up to a Netflix trial for my new OLED. 4K content looks noticeably better than 720p downloads played on my Humax or Apple TV.

That’s stating the obvious, but it’s enough of a difference that I’m now looking into upgrading all the other sources and amplifier to 4K to make the most of it.


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I’ve just signed up to a Netflix trial for my new OLED. 4K content looks noticeably better than 720p downloads played on my Humax or Apple TV.

That’s stating the obvious, but it’s enough of a difference that I’m now looking into upgrading all the other sources and amplifier to 4K to make the most of it.

So long all of your money!

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Forgot the most important thing, a massive pic


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Dr Zoidberg wrote:
I’ve just signed up to a Netflix trial for my new OLED. 4K content looks noticeably better than 720p downloads played on my Humax or Apple TV.

That’s stating the obvious, but it’s enough of a difference that I’m now looking into upgrading all the other sources and amplifier to 4K to make the most of it.

So long all of your money!


Yeah, that could be an issue.


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Put it in the middle do it do it now


It is in the middle, it's in the middle of the speakers.


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The best source I’ve found for 4k movie rentals is — somewhat counter intuitively — Rakuten (which is a large Asian retailer and Ebuyer’s parent company). My TV came pre-loaded with an app for it.


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I bought a Ratuken Kobo eReader before Christmas. It’s a really good alternative if you don’t want to shop at Amazon.

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The best source I’ve found for 4k movie rentals is — somewhat counter intuitively — Rakuten (which is a large Asian retailer and Ebuyer’s parent company). My TV came pre-loaded with an app for it.


Thanks, wouldn't have even considered looking at that otherwise. 99p rental for your first one, that'll do me at the very least!


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The app better start up with them saying its name to sound like Hadoken.

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A male coax plug to male coax plug cable with 90 degree right angled connectors Length: 1.5m - Colour: White.

Pics or it didn’t happen.

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... 90 degree right angled ...

This has irked me.


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Don't blame me, blame the listing.

Although I did go to the trouble of removing all the unnecessary capital letters.

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... 90 degree right angled ...

This has irked me.

I assume that's just to capture both search terms.

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Squirt wrote:
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... 90 degree right angled ...

This has irked me.


Anyway, look at you pissing on Zardoz's chips.

Tell him how nice his bit of wire is!

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