Also, it ain't that expensive. Rounds of beer / ale / cider £20 each round, £30 round for vodka, £40 - 50 round of whiskey and buy 3 bottles of Moet Champ. Cheap champagne, but still! lol
EDIT: or buy cases. Case of beer / ale / cider £20. Vodka bottles total £80, Whiskey bottles total £150, Moet bottles total around £200. Tis how we roll!
Overpaid and underworked this guy...
Its a shame some of the 'younger' ones won't experience the fun of the good old BBC Micro Model B, networked with Econet and those fiddly jumper pins for setting stations ids.
The joys of programs such as "View" Word Processing, Viewdata (teletext editor) setting printer commands like *FX5,1 (local printers) *FX5,4 (network Printers) followed by *PS[station id]
NOW I feel old :-)
And if you spend that kind of money on booze, then god help your internals. ;)
I remember watching a black and white digitized x-wing fly for 10 seconds in a 1inch x 1inch box. We all watched it over and over in amazement.Quote:
Its a shame some of the 'younger' ones won't experience the fun of the good old BBC Micro Model B
I also remember playing Frak on the bbc BBC Micro game Frak - YouTube
and then freaky frak where he replaced the yo-yo with a male body part. very funny at the time.
I act childish because i thats who i am. However, when a serious discussion is in place, you'd think i'm a politican. Serious talk for serious matters, flirty talking for flirty times :) and kiddy for the rest lol
I'm 25 but settled down, my "still single and living with mom and dad" mates can't understand why I'd want to stay in and relax with my family on a weekend! I'm sure they'll be back in touch when they have little ones of their own :)
You're only as young as you feel - which is why I'm banned from parts of the office and HR are usually on speed-dial...
I'm 29 but the stuff I've done leave me feeling like I'm in my 50's (odd back and knee pains) but I happily have the mental age of 18 sometimes ;)