Trapdoor or Stoppit and Tidyup!

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Trapdoor or Stoppit and Tidyup, which was the better?
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Trapdoor by miles. I had a computer game version of it, the game was **** but I still played it because it was trapdoor.
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Trapdoor by miles. I had a computer game version of it, the game was **** but I still played it because it was trapdoor.
I would have to agree
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Wow, im the only person that voted - hence stoppit and tidyup winning. You can't beat the winnign combination of animation, Terry Wogan and the BIG BAD -- I SAID NOOOOOO!!

OOOO i loved that!!
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Wow, im the only person that voted - hence stoppit and tidyup winning. You can't beat the winnign combination of animation, Terry Wogan and the BIG BAD -- I SAID NOOOOOO!!

OOOO i loved that!!
What about 'Im Upstairs - must give both due credit for originality!
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"Don't you open that TRAP DOOOOOR"

I was quite scared of the thing in the dark. I coudl relate to stoppit and tidyup.
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"Don't you open that TRAP DOOOOOR"

I was quite scared of the thing in the dark. I coudl relate to stoppit and tidyup.
You like all them gherkins then!
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Plasticine and black blotting paper?
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I feel old.... and I'm only 18 !
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Plasticine and black blotting paper?
Mmmmm that tastylicious - its either gherkins or Berk's wonderful cooking
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wow this message board stuff is like a chat room - but slower.

I wonder if I'll ever be an illustrious member...
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wow this message board stuff is like a chat room - but slower.

I wonder if I'll ever be an illustrious member...
Well I'm near exalted in less than two days - just be dedicated
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and i post like a normal person...

*must increase count, vital to survival and respect of the people*
*damn don't type it you hand fiends!*
*they know too much*
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Well, I don;t have much to say to that really, but I suppose I ought to reply to be polite . I like your avatar (is that how to spell it?) My lady doesn't have a name yet. I have decided she is Dutch. I was thinking Eva...... I like to think she is a happy farmer/vineyard worker typer person. Definitely not a "herb" grower. <tsk tsk> Perhaps she is a herring farmer. I think I like her so much because she is elusive, she doesn't tell me her secrets.
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(Original post by Spc_K)
and i post like a normal person...

*must increase count, vital to survival and respect of the people*
*damn don't type it you hand fiends!*
*they know too much*
Additively seeking respect - I'm sad
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I just dishout bitterness in an impartial manner without any seriousness or actuall intent... currently i've been finding the issue of post counts amusing, so i'm bitter mine isn't higher, that is why i am insulting people.

Additively seeking respect - I'm sad too
Additively seeking respect - I'm not a normal person

the avatar is the tiger of goodness... a wooden tiger i wear round my neck... but it's been fairly photoshoped because i only had a photo of me wearing it to hand, and it looked dull. I like my tiger because it's jam packed full of goodness.

oh and don't take me too seriously most of the time, especially if it seems i'm being nasty. I'll appologise/explain in real life, but the reactions are more delayed here.

p.s. Eva is obviously the hydroponic godess. She even has a rasta hat... how could she justify that otherwise?
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(Original post by Spc_K)
I just dishout bitterness in an impartial manner without any seriousness or actuall intent... currently i've been finding the issue of post counts amusing, so i'm bitter mine isn't higher, that is why i am insulting people.

Additively seeking respect - I'm sad too
Additively seeking respect - I'm not a normal person

the avatar is the tiger of goodness... a wooden tiger i wear round my neck... but it's been fairly photoshoped because i only had a photo of me wearing it to hand, and it looked dull. I like my tiger because it's jam packed full of goodness.

oh and don't take me too seriously most of the time, especially if it seems i'm being nasty. I'll appologise/explain in real life, but the reactions are more delayed here.

p.s. Eva is obviously the hydroponic godess. She even has a rasta hat... how could she justify that otherwise?
Sorry Sir
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stop it and tidy up, stop it and tidy up, stop it and tidy up!

I feel old too!

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