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31 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 12:29

luckyPeterpiper

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Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
Games consoles that use discs. I expect the next generation won't even have a disc slot since so many game companies hate the whole second hand and trade in market with a passion. Add in that almost everyone has some kind of internet connection and I bet the next gen's games will be download only.

32 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 13:30

Angry Dad

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Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
The Labour Party

33 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 14:27

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Cash money?

34 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 14:35

y2johnny


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@karlypants wrote:I think Johnny bought a record player not so long back too.
Yep. It's a modern one though. Plays vinyl, cassettes, radio, aux, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity. My missus got it for me. Only got about 7 our 8 records for it.

Keep meaning to go through my mums garage and dig out all my old stuff. 

I had a jive bunny l.p. in there I think.

35 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 14:41

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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@y2johnny wrote:
@karlypants wrote:I think Johnny bought a record player not so long back too.
Yep. It's a modern one though. Plays vinyl, cassettes, radio, aux, Bluetooth and iPod connectivity. My missus got it for me. Only got about 7 our 8 records for it.

Keep meaning to go through my mums garage and dig out all my old stuff. 

I had a jive bunny l.p. in there I think.
Trust you to have a record player that does everything but make the tea! My last record player looked like this.

Nice to see you back Johnny. You left the tap running, but I'll let it pass.

36 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 14:53

Angry Dad

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Ivan Campo
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Heterosexual Males, will not be PC at some point and women already don't need men to have babies, the human of the future will be a wierd looking fucker, iv'e already seen some right abominations in bars in Brighton.

37 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 15:20

y2johnny


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I do like my gadgets. 

I was away monday and Tuesday and had my mini projector hooked up to my laptop with my speakers so i could play fortnite with my lad.

Sorry about leaving your waterworks running bonce.

38 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 15:34

Norpig

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Nat Lofthouse
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@boltonbonce wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@boltonbonce wrote:
@wessy wrote:Hopefully the Conservative party.
With you in mind Wessy, what about handkerchiefs? I don't see many people using them these days. For their nose at least.
I myself use my sleeve.
Or the curtains.

Norpig said curtains are there to wipe your knob on!
Mr Pig must have the stiffest curtains in town. Shocked
We have blinds now so bit harder to hide the mess and a lot more painful  Shocked

39 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 16:08

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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@y2johnny wrote:I do like my gadgets. 

I was away monday and Tuesday and had my mini projector hooked up to my laptop with my speakers so i could play fortnite with my lad.

Sorry about leaving your waterworks running bonce.
No worries. Although the damp smell annoyed Nat. You'd have thought she'd be used to it.

40 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 16:09

Natasha Whittam

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@boltonbonce wrote:No worries. Although the damp smell annoyed Nat. You'd have thought she'd be used to it.

How could I forget being locked in your cellar for 6 months.

41 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 16:13

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
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@Natasha Whittam wrote:
@boltonbonce wrote:No worries. Although the damp smell annoyed Nat. You'd have thought she'd be used to it.

How could I forget being locked in your cellar for 6 months.
That's another thing. Since you've been down there, my mangle has gone missing. Don't give me any guff about knowing nothing about it.

42 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 16:59

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Andy Walker
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@Angry Dad wrote:Heterosexual Males, will not be PC at some point and women already don't need men to have babies, the human of the future will be a wierd looking fucker, iv'e already seen some right abominations in bars in Brighton.
My thoughts exactly.

I think I'm the only heterosexual in my village!!!

43 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 17:56

y2johnny


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@Cajunboy wrote:
@Angry Dad wrote:Heterosexual Males, will not be PC at some point and women already don't need men to have babies, the human of the future will be a wierd looking fucker, iv'e already seen some right abominations in bars in Brighton.
My thoughts exactly.

I think I'm the only heterosexual in my village!!!
Do you live on canal street

44 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 18:15

Cajunboy

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Andy Walker
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lol! That thought went through my mind too when I posted that comment.

45 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 19:24

Angry Dad

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Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Ah Canal Street Nat's playground.

46 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 19:34

T.R.O.Y


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The Tories - the membership is literally dying out. The damage they’ve done this time around will take a while to forget - so the wrong appointment after May could be catastrophic.

47 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 19:47

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Nat Lofthouse
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@T.R.O.Y wrote:The Tories - the membership is literally dying out. The damage they’ve done this time around will take a while to forget - so the wrong appointment after May could be catastrophic.

Completely agree !

48 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 22:28

MartinBWFC

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Frank Worthington
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Hopefully Phil fucking Parkinson the twat.

49 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Wed Oct 24 2018, 22:38

T.R.O.Y


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Martins been gagging to get these out for a few days bless him.

50 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Sun Oct 28 2018, 18:59

wessy

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Andy Walker
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@karlypants wrote:
@T.R.O.Y wrote:The Tories - the membership is literally dying out. The damage they’ve done this time around will take a while to forget - so the wrong appointment after May could be catastrophic.

Completely agree !
A dream come true here's hoping

51 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Mon Oct 29 2018, 18:22

bwfc71

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Ivan Campo
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@T.R.O.Y wrote:The Tories - the membership is literally dying out. The damage they’ve done this time around will take a while to forget - so the wrong appointment after May could be catastrophic.

Except there are far still more people that will vote Tories as Labour are still completely mistrusted with the countrys economy

52 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Mon Oct 29 2018, 22:44

Angry Dad

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Ivan Campo
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@bwfc71 wrote:
@T.R.O.Y wrote:The Tories - the membership is literally dying out. The damage they’ve done this time around will take a while to forget - so the wrong appointment after May could be catastrophic.

Except there are far still more people that will vote Tories as Labour are still completely mistrusted with the countrys economy
With good reason.

53 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Tue Oct 30 2018, 21:56

wessy

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Andy Walker
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Just for the record the current government despite taking 8 years of austerity, have still not hit the deficit targets they set, whilst at the same time they have increased the national debt by over 50%.

54 Re: What's next for the scrapheap? on Tue Oct 30 2018, 21:58

wessy

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Andy Walker
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Back to the thread for a long time i have said that inter net shopping will kill the high street if Debenhams goes then shopping on foot is for the scrapheap, and i may have to source my hankies online.

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