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PostPosted: Fri Feb 20, 2009 18:53 
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http://www.beexcellenttoeachother.com/forum/poetry.php

Now with bangin' rhymes and shizzle!
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http://www.beexcellenttoeachother.com/f ... try2.1.php (abab)

Now with better rhymes!
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Ok.
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I think the breaking point for me was probably 'I know now why you cry'.
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Kudos for your Mum being so 'experimental'.
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That is genius sir.

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Good-o.
I have it in the post from a goo sex person.
Fearne Cotton.
I had it on the C64 GS.
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someone said that the wii with homebrew is great to see movies. I want to know how, because i want to watch divX on that thing so i can take it on weekends.


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I know Vista has a DRM and I'm certainly not happy about it.
No, I was just trying to make this my super goodie two-shoes runthrough.
I got some points from gamepointsnow.
I'd love to visit Chernobyl also.


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Grim..., you're a bonafide legend.

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someone said that the wii with homebrew is great to see movies. I want to know how, because i want to watch divX on that thing so i can take it on weekends.


Crack your Wii, go into the program installer in the homebrew channel, and get mplayer (same as the linux one, no gui but you don't need one. tick your xvids or whatever in the root of your sd card or hook some storage up to the usb ports (mixed results here) and 90% of what you download should play. Controls are easily learned.

I was going to trade my wii for a second xbox in the lounge, this has saved me the bother. The missus has watched 3 seasons of BSG downloaded from all different sources with no trouble.


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BEST THING EVER.

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Balls.
Balls.
Laughing.

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sigh, Blackwood showed his face on Ant and Dec's show, I noticed.
Luke Cage doesn't, and neither does his sometime partner Iron Fist.
Mass unconfirmed.
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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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Genius. I doff my hat. My hat, it is doffed.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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Genius. I doff my hat. My hat, it is doffed.

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My car's meant to be 37mpg combined and I get 34 out of it, so there's not much difference between the two in my case.
quot;Don't come back.
Hologram records.
Grim.
Speaking of chavs grabbing cash while they can, Max Clifford has announced that Jade Goody will be selling the media rights to her wedding to raise money for her children.

That doesn't scan at all. Rubbish!

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My favourite so far:
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Bollocks to you lot, I'd do her silly.
That's the good one, you're OK.
My Wellington bomber is almost done - just need to put the decals on now.
Rimmer.
Hmm, I'm not convinced.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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My favourite -

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On the main menu, go right once to 'races', then choose chapter one.
I think its just people becoming more stupid and having less common sense.
It's not that common tbh.
I don't know how they can slag it off I think its incredible.
We did figure out how to have a big group of players against each other though, so we could have us playing against each other next week for something different.
Oh man alive.
The naivety of some people here really leaves me flabbergasted.
But.
That's the answer.
I think this could be the way forward.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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I tend to find it's a few too many lines to scan very well, but cropping a few lines out tends to produce utter gems.

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You're the biggest nerd I know.
Holy shit.
and a Hori Stick.

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They sound sexier, but they just don't queue.
Oh do fuck off you tiresome child.

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Fri Feb 20, 2009 19:48 
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I tend to find it's a few too many lines to scan very well, but cropping a few lines out tends to produce utter gems.

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You're the biggest nerd I know.
Holy shit.
and a Hori Stick.


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No Grim.
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Why are people expecting them to be like the Red Cross or Bono (well, if i had to choose one to let live, i would certainly pick Bill Gates over Bono).
Radio 2, that hardcore metal station.
It's just a toy.
If it makes you feel any better when I was 13 I used to deliver The Guardian.

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Also our one looked uncannily like a baguette.
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Star Wars always was overrated.
Hologram records.
Where are the zombie kids? Packs of the little sods would be great.

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DIFFERENT.
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Ask him how much to leave the Mud Tyres on, though.
It's just far too post modern.
I have received this game today.
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SAY TWODDLE ONE MORE TIME MUTHERFUCKERS.
Balderdash.
So I am using twoddle a lot.
glad i murdered that lady celebrity cunt badger that was old and sold me scrumpy rumpy pumpy jack whilst i was being televised.

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Right now I am thinking.
Room for a little one? I've got an hour before bed.
I ended up pissed before the novelty wore off.
I love the number 13.
Sorry it didn't work outfor you.
She'll do anything for that.
I have Malia and Myp humping everything in sight.

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Made the poems shorter, and (ahem) stopped it including lines from the mod forum.

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someone said that the wii with homebrew is great to see movies. I want to know how, because i want to watch divX on that thing so i can take it on weekends.


Crack your Wii, go into the program installer in the homebrew channel, and get mplayer (same as the linux one, no gui but you don't need one. tick your xvids or whatever in the root of your sd card or hook some storage up to the usb ports (mixed results here) and 90% of what you download should play. Controls are easily learned.



thanks. Too bad it doesn't support subtitles. Maybe in the next version


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RuySan wrote:
someone said that the wii with homebrew is great to see movies. I want to know how, because i want to watch divX on that thing so i can take it on weekends.

8)

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Sorry, BBC2.
SAY TWODDLE ONE MORE TIME MUTHERFUCKERS.
To be fair, the mum said "I agree it was her fault for doing it".


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Go on, then.
I do miss drunk Vs stoned though.
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Oh, blow it, a fiver for the reg as well.
But if they're unmanned, how can you stop kids going in? It'd be like a beer vending machine in a shopping mall.
Just living in the country, would be a good to get one for the bad weather.
i think mimi means where you get the code straight away.
Hmm, well, I prefer the US format at least.


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That's OK then.
DBSnappa and I will be in the Rummer Tavern between at least, say, 7pm and 8pm tomorrow night (Tue Feb 16th) if you would like to join us.
I've just looked at Craster's post again and had a horrible mental image of his willy snuffling around for food.
I'm not what you'd call an adrenaline junkie myself but some of things I have done that get the blood pumping (quad biking through the mexican jungle, singing YMCA dressed as builder on stage at the student union, walking up to a french lookout tower in the alps up a mud 'stairway' with zero safety rails next to a sheer drop into a jagged valley) will stay with me forever.
Nine flush! Jesus.


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Well, this is great.
Right now I am thinking.
I'm still only on the second island of GTA:IV.
It was indeed brilliant.


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Someone with the catchphrase 'not really'.
I had a 'nine-flush' effort last night.
No.
I really fancy a sandwich.
Hey, Earl.


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Sausagefest.
It's been nice knowing you all.
Nah it's not XP.
Will put it publically on my blog if he chooses not to publish it.


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What happened to that guy? You know the one.
You get to talk like a pirate.
Stupid American dates making me think it came out on the 3rd.

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Horrible thing to do.
Get an Xbox 360.


Short and to the point, that one.

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Couldn't let this escape:

These days, it's on a schedule.
All added.
I'm In Bruges that weekend, now.
Don't think The Register would be interested, really.
"A l'eau, c'est l'heure".


Profound stuff.

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Grim... wrote:
RuySan wrote:
someone said that the wii with homebrew is great to see movies. I want to know how, because i want to watch divX on that thing so i can take it on weekends.

8)


What?


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You're only allowed to distract Pete with shooty-cowboy talk when he's finished fixing the review.
Right, well, I'll see what can be achieved.
Charl paid under £900 as the main driver on the (54 plate) Octy vRS, even with 0 no claims (although she was 28).
You are all way too focused on the competitive side of things.
I'll be on about 10:30, unless that's too late.

So, 10.30 then guys? ;)

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If I do make it, I'll be very late.
I promise to try harder next week.
You shall never forget it.


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I didn't, the Westboro Rapists did.
She'll do anything for that.
Now have them here with us, very very very happy.


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They're dead.
Hm, she is a white though.


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I have some drums.
Losing that would be a bit of a buggar.
Got through the tutorials (naval one looked beautiful but handling will take some getting used to) and had a crack at the demo land battles.
I heard that when we got our cats.
No.
Gaywood, sorry mate - you'll have to go.


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I suggest getting a finger transplant, or failing that, a replacement iPhone.
That's the one.
so at 35 my life is over.
Star Wars always was overrated.
Screech? Sadly not.


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Man, was I pissed last night.
So not only was it licensed and not stolen, it wasn't based on Linux/Unix either.
Alas, sadly, I wasn't.
I spawned behind him.
If you're in a rural area with a lower population density, contention probably isn't going to be an issue.


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I just can't fathom it.
Im tempted but Ive got plenty to play at the moment.
Affect: Verb; Effect: Noun.
Hmm, methinks he does.


IIf you are a bit mashed, it is easier to make connection between the lines, and they become poetry with a specific subject much more easily. The downsides are that eventually you begin doing that as the norm, and then one just doeesn't make sense at all and you feel stupid because it's too hard for you and all the others make sense and you've eaten all the wine gums and mini cheddars but there's a pork and pickle roll left so that's ok.

What happens when the poetry harvester starts harvesting this thread?


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Cheap indie game bundle on Steam this weekend:

http://store.steampowered.com/sub/1409/

Eets, Gravitron 2, I-Fluid, Multiwinia and Trials 2 Second Edition for £6.75.


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Comedy gold:
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That was pretty much me after I missed my flight back from the States last year.
So shut it.


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They refuse the Dutch guy who doesn't like Muslims but they let these guys in.
It will burn your soul.
ah, George Lucas.
The toilet was on the third floor, and there was no power to most of the building, so it was torches all the way.


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Some days I just feel like.
someone said that the wii with homebrew is great to see movies.
Excellent stuff Nervouspete.
Looks like the stealth subs are working then, though.

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Also if mine does this it will be going back.
No point flogging a dead horse.
I used to use AVG, but it was annoying so I went to avast.
I did have my doubts as that kid has clearly not seen the onset of puberty.
thanx, avast it is then.


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Or, what Kalmar said.
I really want a bigger HD.
Hah.


This is ace.

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Cheap indie game bundle on Steam this weekend:

http://store.steampowered.com/sub/1409/

Eets, Gravitron 2, I-Fluid, Multiwinia and Trials 2 Second Edition for £6.75.


Beautiful.

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Ah, fairy nuff.
I guess someone at IBM had a quiet day to fill.
Ok.
Does nothing for STDs, of course.


Fun toy, Grim...!

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He appears to be levitating.
I would prefer Jennifer Love Hewitt.
Be Excellent To Each Other, the webs top source of second hand dildos.
I would literally open up my wallet and just dump out everything inside on the counter in HMV.
That can't be.


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Dude.
MaliA answers the door.
He appears to be levitating.
Balls.

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That one is excellent, Meems!

RuySan wrote:
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RuySan wrote:
someone said that the wii with homebrew is great to see movies. I want to know how, because i want to watch divX on that thing so i can take it on weekends.

8)

What?

I was wondering how that came up, to be honest. That and Steam bargains :S

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Cheap indie game bundle on Steam this weekend:

http://store.steampowered.com/sub/1409/

Eets, Gravitron 2, I-Fluid, Multiwinia and Trials 2 Second Edition for £6.75.


Beautiful.


Cheap indies on Steam.
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The "tank is spawning" duh DUH DUHH noise would make a great ringtone.
He has to book things a million years in advance because he's so like totally under the thumb, dude.
it's.
Oh shit yes.
so it's an iPhony? How dissapointing.

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I spawned behind him.
But little Buster is still scrotum and contents equipped.
Saying that I have a mouse in the shape of a car with leds for the front and back headlights.
Copy that

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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 14:53 
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My god, that is one ugly PC case.
Well no, but that ruins my joke.
Cost us the game, unfortunately.

I could do this forever!


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 18:18 
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I would prefer Jennifer Love Hewitt.
I would pay good money for someone to turn my skybox into Jennifer Garner.
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Are people really unironically resorting to "I was beaten up daily as a kid and never allowed out of the coal shed and never heard the word condom until I was 25 and it never did me any harm!"-type posts here? I genuinely expected better.
Very browser-unfriendly thing, twitter.


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Lordy.
DIFFERENT.
I had to get up early to get an appointment at the Doctors, If you are not at the door by 7:45 all hope is lost.
Stay at home on your cool beach and spend the money on a 360 instead.
I will if it still available, but you will have to let me know the spec required.
Yeah, my team weren't the most talkative of bunches.


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 15:48 
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Crumbs, that Badisha women is annoying.
We still might be.
it's about an hour in audio.
Bugger, that was quick.


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
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I'll swap you for a white, plastic USB guitar controller.
We need a bigger space bike.
Self-fulling prophecy in 5.
I don't think so.


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White phosphorous.
or 2.


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I think the difference is generally that the Conchords make some degree of sense, but are silly.
Sigh.
Actually, Apple + b works in some places of the document, but not others.


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 Post subject: Re: Beautiful Beex Poetry
PostPosted: Fri Feb 27, 2009 16:02 
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Fable Xbox Original and Ninja Gaiden DLC to be next.
Only small problem is I have to download about 5gb before I can try it lol.
Why oh why etc.
We need a cookery sub-forum.


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