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Swizzel lollies remain amazing.


Yes they are! I bought a tub of 130 from whatever the new shop near Asda is called, for a fiver. That was months ago, and I've still got over half a tub left. Self control at its best!

The big question is how do you eat them? Are you a sucker, licker or gnawer? Or a combination...

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pcernie wrote:
Swizzel lollies remain amazing.


Yes they are! I bought a tub of 130 from whatever the new shop near Asda is called, for a fiver. That was months ago, and I've still got over half a tub left. Self control at its best!

The big question is how do you eat them? Are you a sucker, licker or gnawer? Or a combination...


Suck then crack in half then crunch lol

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The Pocket Book of the Rolling Stones - hilarious, even just for the Keef quotes.

A Dorbz Spider-Ham is just great.

Some seriously overbaked Hula Hoops Puft.

A Rolson folding blade that doesn't have a lock or fold into it's handle like you'd imagine...

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Transformers Omega Supreme - an old skool giant robot (two foot tall) and he turns into a base that lets you set up a full-on diorama scene... I won't lie to you, it's like being a kid again :D :D :D

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Transformers Omega Supreme - an old skool giant robot (two foot tall) and he turns into a base that lets you set up a full-on diorama scene... I won't lie to you, it's like being a kid again :D :D :D
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pcernie wrote:
Transformers Omega Supreme - an old skool giant robot (two foot tall) and he turns into a base that lets you set up a full-on diorama scene... I won't lie to you, it's like being a kid again :D :D :D
PoiDH.

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Sh1t, I would if I hadn't taken them on my dog hair-covered duvet mate! Plus it's all getting added to with new figure releases throughout the year, and they weren't stupid, selling 'modulators' and mini figures with blast effects that fit all over...

I've had to put it back in it's box until I make space (giant metal shelving unit is getting cleared) but it's all kinds of fun:

http://www.bigangrytrev.com/toy-review- ... a-supreme/

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My new mobile arrived yesterday. I've now got the Huawei P30 Pro. So far, so good.

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John's hot. No denying it. But he's hardly Karen now, is he ;)

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Tue Jan 14, 2020 1:42 pm
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It's just a simple journal but the presentation is fantastic:

https://imgur.com/a/EDnFqJj

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It's just a simple journal but the presentation is fantastic:

https://imgur.com/a/EDnFqJj

That's frikking amazing.

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pcernie wrote:
It's just a simple journal but the presentation is fantastic:

https://imgur.com/a/EDnFqJj

That's frikking amazing.


DC Comics Batman: The Animated Series Dark Knight Journal https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B075XRPVBT/ ... iEbGG5AT5W

Go into the secondary sellers link, it's around £6.

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timark_uk wrote:
pcernie wrote:
Transformers Omega Supreme - an old skool giant robot (two foot tall) and he turns into a base that lets you set up a full-on diorama scene... I won't lie to you, it's like being a kid again :D :D :D
PoiDH.

Mark


Sh1t, I would if I hadn't taken them on my dog hair-covered duvet mate! Plus it's all getting added to with new figure releases throughout the year, and they weren't stupid, selling 'modulators' and mini figures with blast effects that fit all over...

I've had to put it back in it's box until I make space (giant metal shelving unit is getting cleared) but it's all kinds of fun:

http://www.bigangrytrev.com/toy-review- ... a-supreme/


I had the original 1985 version when I was a kid!

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I had the original 1985 version when I was a kid!


I'd have killed for that when I was young, though I did get Metroplex and Scorponok... Scorp is getting an Omega-sized update and I couldn't be happier :D

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Picked up my new car last night. Mazda MX 5 RF. Got it pre-registered, with delivery mileage, and after the part-ex from my old car it only cost £15K.

Guess I am now "officially" having a mid-life crisis! :D

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Galaxy caramel biscuits are bland.

Got 24 dog food pouches for £3.80 so that was good (Winalot, Home Bargains).

B&M had all three of the new Lego Marvel Mechs (Spidey, Iron Man, Thanos at £8.50 each)

A pre-painted Optimus Prime model kit is poseable as anything.

Retro Gamer magazine remains awesome.

I didn't even know mint Poppetts were a thing so I'm gonna try those lol

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I didn't even know mint Poppetts were a thing so I'm gonna try those lol
OMJF these things are amazeballs.
I used to eat them by the box (back when they came in boxes) these days I eat them by the pouchload.

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