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 Post subject: Real-life forumites
PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2009 11:17 
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Who can spot and photograph the most 'real-life' Beexers?

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I'm in the lead!


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I'm in the lead!
I spotted one of these when I was driving to your house a few weeks ago!


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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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No, cheats! They should be photos you take yourself. So if you took a picture of a signpost for Craster, you'd be all good.

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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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No, cheats! They should be photos you take yourself. So if you took a picture of a signpost for Craster, you'd be all good.


And if you took a photo of an image of a signpost for Craster .......


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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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What about this?

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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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Heh, Craster is near Shilbottle (which is up by Newcastle if I recall). My dad thought it would be a good idea to cross the first 'L' on the sign to make it 'Shitbottle'. But then reasoned that probably happens several times a year.


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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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I took this just this morning


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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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A good idea for a fun game.

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A good idea for a fun game.

Unless you're at work.

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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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I took this just this morning

Good work!
Snappa and I are tied for the lead!

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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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We should go.

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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
PostPosted: Sun Oct 18, 2009 20:10 
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Here's a photo of a photo I took one of the first times I visited Holland :)
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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
PostPosted: Sun Oct 18, 2009 20:55 
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Can you really spot yourself? That seems a bit of a cheat... Still, nice picture!


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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
PostPosted: Sun Oct 18, 2009 21:43 
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Can you really spot yourself? That seems a bit of a cheat... Still, nice picture!
I don't see why not.

Although, I do have an entire collection of places that share my name (all from Holland) so you might have a point.


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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
PostPosted: Sun Oct 18, 2009 22:00 
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Good spot, Cras.

What did you see while you were there?

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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
PostPosted: Mon Oct 19, 2009 0:36 
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Zombieland. It's great.


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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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I need an ruling on one from yesterday .... My local tesco had chosen to play in their demo DVD player "Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey" , which i snapped a pic of , and on the cover is obviously someone in the background who looks a bit like Grim...'s avatar.

Does the Avatar count , or should it only be names ?


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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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Gotta be names, man.

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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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Do screengrabs count?
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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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I'd say so, if you were watching it at the time and thought "A FORUMITE!"

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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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Aye, I watched it last night to see the "New Carol". She's only been doing it since January :DD

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 Post subject: Re: Real-life forumites
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Aye, I watched it last night to see the "New Carol". She's only been doing it since January :DD


She was in NotW yeserday. Looked fab.

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I always quite fancied Carol Vorderman. When she didn't look incredibly 80s, anyway.


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This probably doesn't count, but I've just spotted Grim...!

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this sounds like something a Beex person would say

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Isn't that a Father Ted reference?

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Isn't that a Father Ted reference?


Yes, and it's still funnier and cleverer than stamping "FAIL" on everything, despite being twice as old.

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Isn't that a Father Ted reference?

Yes, and it's still funnier and cleverer than stamping "FAIL" on everything, despite being twice as old.

Oops! Didn't notice this post at the time. I agree.

Middle managers at my place are calling things 'fails' now. It's officially over.

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Isn't that a Father Ted reference?

Yes, and it's still funnier and cleverer than stamping "FAIL" on everything, despite being twice as old.

Oops! Didn't notice this post at the time. I agree.

Middle managers at my place are calling things 'fails' now. It's officially over.


Is "OVER" the new "FAIL"?

Father Ted will never get old. It's simply one of the finest comedies of all time, ever.

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'Over' is timeless. 'Fail'* is an outdated attempt at capturing the zeitgeist.


* The noun.

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What about when you're marking exam papers?

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What about when you're marking exam papers?


Fail doesn't exist anymore. The lowest you can get is an A-.

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In my GCSEs, I got 2xA*,5xA,B and a D.

People always ask what the D was for.

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In my GCSEs, I got 2xA*,5xA,B and a D.

People always ask what the D was for.

The cunts.

Heh - I got the same as that, but there were two extra As and the D was a C. People don't ask what it was for.

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In my GCSEs, I got 2xA*,5xA,B and a D.

People always ask what the D was for.

The cunts.



I got 1 A*, 7As, 2Bs, and a C.

The only one of those I can reliably remember is the C.

The moral here is that I dwell on my own failures, everyone else dwells on yours. Ponder that.

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