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I love mariokart on n64 and mario/sonic do the olympic games on the wii and thats about it. About me, um...i went to uni in manchester, then went travelling round the world (best thing ive ever done).

 

To be fair, Mario Kart 64 is till one of my most played games to this day. Probably because everyone loves it and its just so easy to have fun with.

 

I went to uni in Manchester too :) Though that was a few years back now. Where did you go travelling? Good thing you did it before getting a proper job, there's no way i could go travelling again. Well, i could. But i'd probably have to give up my job which would suck because it was hard to get.

 

Day has been crap so far. Got rained on and broke my umbrella in the wind :(

 

Although i did just get a promo copy of the new Goldenaxe which i'm shamelessly looking foeward to playing tonight :)

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Although i did just get a promo copy of the new Goldenaxe which i'm shamelessly looking foeward to playing tonight :)

 

That game is apparently awful..

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Had a nice night with the sheffield gang (apprently I'm now part of that gang *sighs* :P), had a very meaningful conversation in the wee hours of the morning with mr.jayseven.

 

Just going to relax today, really cannot be bothered now, tired and still coughing everywhere. yummeh.

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Had a nice night with the sheffield gang (apprently I'm now part of that gang *sighs* :P), had a very meaningful conversation in the wee hours of the morning with mr.jayseven.

 

Just going to relax today, really cannot be bothered now, tired and still coughing everywhere. yummeh.

 

aww I went home too early. I like those....

 

then again, I was pretty much dead on my feet by that point :zzz:

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"A quarter of a million pounds. 22 identical boxes, and no questions - except one: Deal or No Deal?" Noel Edmonds

 

I can do it too.

"Even the littlest of creatures can leave a meaningful footprint on the fabric of history." - Peter Cosbyrne

They can leave. Doesn't say they do.

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