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  • in reply to: Animal Crossing: New Leaf #208961
    takerdemon
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    Phil – you’re crazy! I need to learn your Megaman skills! I know it’s all patterns but WOW!

    I feel left out now with all the friend code sharing! I need to get a 3DS to get in on this! If anyone wants to hit me up on PSN in the meantime, I’m takerdemon

    Put G&T in the message so I know who you are, I don’t generally add people I don’t know in some capacity.

    in reply to: Worlds End #208893
    takerdemon
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    Performingmonkey – what did you think of Run Fatboy Run? I remember thinking it was underappreciated at the time; at least a few of the gags were but I’m interested in your take on it. I remember admiring A Fantastic Fear of Everything’ for being different and mildly amusing but I’m not sure I’d go as far as saying I liked it.

    I really need to see Hot Fuzz again, it deserves another appraisal.

    in reply to: Animal Crossing: New Leaf #208892
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Phil – That response makes sense, it’s the way I’ve felt about many games. Maybe I need to buy a 3DS and give it a whirl… if I still don’t get it then I can get Mario Kart and the Mario Bros to compensate me.

    I must say though, good choice on the Mega Man front. I love those games and I can definitely see them as some sort of therapy although I think you must be a bit sadistic because those games are TOUGH! Come to think of it, I don’t think I ever did beat the final boss of Mega Man 2… that’s my objective for 2013 sorted!

    in reply to: Animal Crossing: New Leaf #208861
    takerdemon
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    Am I the only human being in the world that loves video games but doesn’t get Animal Crossing? What’s the appeal?

    I enjoyed a quick dabble in Pokemon back in the day and the other Nintendo mainstays (Mario, Mario Kart, Zelda etc.) but the appeal of this one eludes me.

    Maybe I’ve been ruined by playing too much Playstation Vita…

    Speaking of which, if anyone owns one then you certainly need to play Persona 4 Golden. An utterly bonkers yet absorbing JRPG.

    in reply to: Worlds End #208860
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I saw it last week and it’s odd for me to weigh up. When I first saw SotD, I didn’t love it upon my first viewing. I got it on DVD for cheap one Christmas, decided to give it another go and astonishingly, it dawned on me that it was one of the strongest comedy movies of the 21st century.

    Hot Fuzz and The World’s End both had more immediate laughs for me than SotD, although I suspect it’s largely because I “got” the humour by this point. Although, whilst those films both seemed more immediate to me, Fuzz at least feels a lot more hollow than SotD upon repeat viewings. I suspect World will end up being more in the Fuzz camp than SotD.

    That being said though, I laughed a fair old bit so I can’t be too down on it. It’s certainly better than 99% of the supposed comedy that infects our cineplexs each year.

    …and yes Jo, you should have punched her in the face or at least given her a flying dropkick to the neck.

    in reply to: Popchips #208124
    takerdemon
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    Seb, I know this is not news to you but you are a wonderful human being.

    in reply to: Does anyone still own an Atari? #208123
    takerdemon
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    Peas – I love AVGN! It’s puerile and crass but what can I say? I love it!

    I don’t still have my Atari 2600 but I sure do remember it, it was the first console I ever played. I recall playing the God-awful port of Pac-Man on it and Spider-man. I had the Smurfs too but that game never worked… good ol’ black screen cartridges!

    in reply to: IT Crowd Series 4 #207315
    takerdemon
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    I can’t wait to hear Douglas banging on about sexy sex again. Perhaps another Chris Morris cameo from beyond the grave too?

    in reply to: Phil Silvers Chimp #207314
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Best thread title so far in 2013

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #207313
    takerdemon
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    Lister uses a jet ski to jump over a giant shark on an ocean planet

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #207217
    takerdemon
    Participant

    That Cappsy is a helpful fellow isn’t he? Much love to all!

    in reply to: Worlds End #207176
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Is it bad that whilst I’m excited about this, I’m kinda sad this thread wasn’t about the pub in Camden of the same name?

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #207160
    takerdemon
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    I missed many of you sadly although those of you I did run into were as awesome as I’d expected. I’m thinking for DJXVIII, we’ll have to arrange a little G&T mixer session in advance to ensure that we all manage to meet everyone because clearly some of us (i.e. me) aren’t great at hunting people down!

    Still, those of you I did meet we frickin’ great. T’was a great way to bust my DJ cherry.

    in reply to: CITV's 'Old Skool Weekend' #207159
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I’ll be sky +ing much of this. Loved Knightmare. I cried with laughter at some of the episodes they showed over the last old school weekend!

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #207105
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I’ve run into one or two of you but not enough of you… I’m sorting that sonic top so come day hi or at least jump around so I know who you are!

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #207084
    takerdemon
    Participant

    It is indeed.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #207082
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Thanks Cozi! I completely forgot about the car parking! Putting that in the sat nav when I get home!

    I’ve decided to wear a Sonic the Hedgehog t-shirt tomorrow and a Megaman wristband (just so you can recognise the pixelated blue guy) so there’s something recognisable upon my person so if you see me, say “Hi” or at least tell me to “Fuck right off”.

    Must say I’m also pretty psyched about Tony Hawks. I probably have loads of questions to ask but I’m more than happy to hear him tell some strange tales from quite a unique career.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #207066
    takerdemon
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    Seems like a lot of us solo artists are attending. If anyone wants to pair up, I’m game. If you’re a gorgeous lady then even better. Personality optional.

    Yes, I’m shallow.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #206966
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I think it’s probably a good thing for my wallet that I can’t buy things by credit card.

    I know that we’ll end up running into each other anyway but is there gonna be an unofficially official G&T drink/photo? Just so we have it for the memories (or police identification).

    in reply to: A new PortsCenter Thread: Amiga A-Go-Go #206860
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I’ve not listened to any of these yet, somehow they escaped my radar however my interest has piqued. Will be listening as soon as I’m back from Prague… if I don’t get murdered and raped that is. Which in fairness is just as likely to happen in Central London as it is in Prague!

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #206859
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I need to invest in a Megaman shirt just to make it obvious to all who I am or as least how fucking old I am.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #206837
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Alex, well up for that buddy. We need a G&T callsign to identify oneselves, we’re not all as recognisable as the G&T main cast!

    takerdemon
    Participant

    “Do me a lemon! That’s a poor IQ for a glass of water.”

    ***”Yes sir, he says in exchange for the oxygeneration unit he wants you to be his daughter’s mate.”***
    “His daughter?”

    ———–

    That’s a load of Tottenham that is, it’s a steaming pile of Hotspur.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #206825
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Lots of first timers for DJ (of which I’m one) though I’m apprehensive about freshman style initiation! Hopefully we’re not required to be bent over and used as a toast rack.

    in reply to: One of us? #206734
    takerdemon
    Participant

    1 2 3 4 Canada deserves more… Money!

    takerdemon
    Participant

    “So I thought they’d flushed him down the bog”

    “No, that’s me over there. That pile of albino mouse droppings”

    takerdemon
    Participant

    Why does it have to be such a big deal? Why can’t it be like, like, human beings are a planetary disease?

    That’s the closest I could get with that one, well played Bromley!

    Mine…

    “Prince of the planet potters”

    in reply to: Let's argue about Parallel Universe #206582
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Si – that’s what I mean! The thought process behind putting a big cardboard box in as a major plot device just for the hell of it. Genius! I was trying to rack my brains on whether they ever topped it (intentionally or not) in later episodes.

    I must say the version of the sci-scan in back to earth is also wonderfully shit especially the old school ‘bit crap’ display!

    in reply to: Let's argue about Parallel Universe #206577
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I simply cannot hate anything that features a prop as shit as the Holly Hop Drive!

    Worst on screen prop in Dwarf history?

    in reply to: Hattie stand-up gig: Tuesday 5th March, Piccadilly #206576
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Bugger! I can’t make it after all. People having these birthdays take the piss! Why can’t they make it easy and make them the same day each year so I actually remember!

    Have a good time though y’all!

    in reply to: Did you see Doctor Mario? – Spoilers! #206530
    takerdemon
    Participant

    No no no! You’ve given it new life! I played it a few weeks ago… classic game. Seb’s right too, I recall the music just from his blurb on it there.

    I must say as good as it was, I enjoyed Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine just as much; even if it did have an awful title.

    takerdemon
    Participant

    All I ask is that Geordie Michael is heavily featured

    in reply to: Don't go and see Run For Your Wife. #206477
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Has Danny Dyer ever made a good film?

    I remember someone getting fucked up the arse with a rifle in one of his films (Straightheads) and after that, I vowed never to watch one again. I’m making good on that promise.

    in reply to: Hattie stand-up gig: Tuesday 5th March, Piccadilly #206476
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Thanks for the heads up Ian. I’m very much up for this.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf X Quotes #206465
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I’m often heard to remark “but you were an utter TWAT” since Trojan first aired.

    I’ve also picked up the annoying line of “Hey go, pip and dandy”

    takerdemon
    Participant

    Unless you’re a pleasure GELF,
    I want you for the foreseeable,
    Let’s lay down, move back and forth,
    In that way humans find so agreeable.

    Might be okay for a short-term relationship.

    in reply to: HAPPY BIRTHDAY RED DWARF. #206393
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Red Dwarf is the one show that I could sit with my entire family and watch without one person moaning… that’s quite exceptional given that I have 4 younger sisters. Looking at it in hindsight, entertaining 5 kids and 2 adults with 1 program was nigh on impossible but the Dwarf managed it!

    in reply to: Don't go and see Run For Your Wife. #206391
    takerdemon
    Participant

    The link is broken for me but I think I get the point from the link name.

    I must admit that I never really got the joke because I had no clue what RFYW was and I’m far too lethargic to look things like that up.

    in reply to: Tops and Bottoms #206008
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I feel much better now I know Out of Time is getting some love!

    Although, the fact that Krytie TV got in at 37 on my list my revile me to others around these parts. What can I say? Sometimes I like a cheap laugh and Robert saying “Kryttiiie Tveeee” does that perfectly for me.

    in reply to: Tops and Bottoms #205975
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Christ, this threa reminds me that I need to submit mine.

    It looks like I’m the only one that REALLY loves Out of Time and the haphazard manner in which it was put together!

    in reply to: HMV RIP #205840
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I’ve blogged all about this, like all good hipsters (yeah right!) do these days.

    Not particularly sad for HMV but am sad for those who will lose their jobs and the high street in general. It’s a tumultuous time to be a music/film/tv fan especially if you cling to physical media.

    Selfishly, I just don’t know where to spend my lunchtimes now! Although I thank my lucky stars that I spent my HMV vouchers on Monday before they pulled the shutters down.

    in reply to: DEAR GANYMEDE & TITAN COMMUNITY #205825
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Actually after reading Fozzi’s entry, I may reconsider what the best is…

    I’d like to go round Legoland with Sean Connery and then go for a lovely lamb lunch in the middle of Windsor.

    in reply to: First episode of Red Dwarf seen? #205824
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Mine was Statis Leak. I was 6-8 years old at the time and As I recall my dad was watching it on VHS on Christmas Day. I remember sitting with him and bugging him with question after question about it. Something about it instantly hooked me because those dingy VHS tapes of his that contained all of the first run two series recorded suddenly became mine.

    in reply to: CITV's 'Old Skool Weekend' #205823
    takerdemon
    Participant

    No beard!?! Then Treguard is indeed dead!

    in reply to: CITV's 'Old Skool Weekend' #205707
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I have yet to see a negative review of Knightmare from this past weekend’s viewers. In fact, the show they had on I wasn’t sure about (given it was a later series) but the dungeoneer that had was great. That guy could talk. I remember one part where he’s encountering an evil chap with a girl captured in stocks and he simply says “Oh well, can’t I just go away then?” Brilliant TV.

    in reply to: CITV's 'Old Skool Weekend' #205657
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Things I learned from this weekend:

    – Neil Buchanan liked slapping kids on the head
    – Pat Sharpe is a really bad commedian
    – An answerphone is an acceptable and apparently desirable prize for kids on Fun House
    – The red twin on Fun House was the ugly one
    – Woof really wasn’t that great
    – Knightmare ruled!!!

    in reply to: Book Update #205618
    takerdemon
    Participant

    All I remember from the Survival Manual is flicking the pages very quickly to see the cartoon guy cutting his own arm off with an axe. Granted, I haven’t read that book since 1997… is it even worth digging out of my loft?

    in reply to: Admittedly shameless Christmas pimpery #205482
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I just don’t get Gervais humour. I’ve seen quite a lot of his stuff and can honestly say that I’ve not even smirked once at something he’s done. Most comedians I don’t like, I can understand the appeal, with him; it baffles me.

    Plus his Simpsons episode was the worst in the shows history and that covers some ground.

    in reply to: Chrerry Mistmas #205481
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Merry Christmas one and all.

    For the record, I didn’t have cauliflower because it’s not traditional.

    in reply to: DEAR GANYMEDE & TITAN COMMUNITY #205479
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Carlito was on the money; blowjob and a twirl.

    in reply to: Christmas Specials/Films? #205293
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Blackadder’s Christmas Carol
    Bottom: Holy
    A Very Christmassy Ted
    Home Alone 1 & 2
    The Muppet Christmas Carol
    The 1996 Only Fools & Horses Trilogy

    And… Jingle All The Way!

    Any film with Arnie lamping a reindeer in the face is inherently funny in my books.

    in reply to: The Hobbit #205292
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I liked it, plodding first 45 minutes but once it gets rolling, it’s pretty fricking great. Andy Serkis is still incredible.

    in reply to: CITV's 'Old Skool Weekend' #205291
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Fuck it, I’m getting the snacks in and not got out that weekend.

    Knightmare!!!

    in reply to: Tikka to Ride – Pronunciation? #204995
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I always pronounce it Tee-ka even though it doesn’t really make sense in terms of the episode title.

    I’d have called it something more sensible like ‘The crazy capers of Lee Harvey Oswald in the Texas Book Depository… with guns and shit’

    in reply to: Christmas Compilations? #204966
    takerdemon
    Participant

    You assume correct sir!

    …and yes, Street Fighter X Megaman looks amazing. Being free just makes it even sweeter!

    in reply to: Christmas Compilations? #204962
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Ahh Jo, I love Marmite too! It makes every meal better!

    in reply to: Christmas Compilations? #204959
    takerdemon
    Participant

    > I think he’s written a few great songs, but it can’t be coincidence that the song of his I enjoy the most is one not sung by him: Celebrity Skin.

    I saw them live at Reading in 2007, and it was largely tedious, interminable drivel. Although I still think Tonight Tonight is great.

    —-

    I’d argue all day that he’s written way more than a ‘few’ great songs but you’d have to have listened to all of the albums and many of the b-sides to be aware of many of them. They’re definitely one of those bands where the singles aren’t always the cream of the crop. Fair dues on enjoying the ones not sung by him though, his voice is one I love but definitely something I can understand people strongly disliking.

    The Reading 2007 set was amazing however, that set was massively for the hardcores. They opened with ‘Superchrist’ which at the time was a song that they’d just written and wasn’t known by anyone outside the bootlegging community or those people who attending shows earlier that month in San Francisco. Come to think of it, it’s not widely known even now. That set the tone for the entire set, he played for his fans and he wasn’t fussed about crowd pleasing. Arrogant and selfish? Yeah probably but I didn’t care, those are the songs I wanted to hear.

    …and Phil, how the the heck have I missed that song? I’ve never heard that before in my life!

    in reply to: Christmas Compilations? #204938
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I will unashamedly state right now that I think Billy Corgan is a musical genius and that my Smashing Pumpkins fandom is probably more intense than my love of Red Dwarf.

    I can understand people being dismissive of the band because of his voice, BC’s persona in the media and the new line-up… points I all disagree with but there’s no denying that musically, the guy is fucking amazing. ESPECIALLY LIVE!

    They’re just one of those bands that have that Marmite effect.

    So I will simply say with the greatest respect that I strongly disagree with the above four posts. Well, except for the love of Seb!

    in reply to: Christmas Compilations? #204929
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I have a soft spot for Darlene Love’s ‘All alone for Christmas’.

    In my opinion, the greatest Christmas song that nobody normal has heard is definitely the Smashing Pumpkins’ ‘Christmastime’. A quite wonderful little song and quite touching if you identify with it.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204928
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Will gladly soil myself during the festivities so I can be the token drunken relative! Unnecessary? Perhaps but I’m a method actor!

    in reply to: No British Comedy Award nomination for RDX? #204823
    takerdemon
    Participant

    The thing that struck me about the noms show was just how shit Lee Mack is.

    That is all.

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204697
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Hey Mabel,

    I’ve changed my room from a double to a twin so you’re all set. If you do go with others (and don’t feel bad if you do), just let me know so I can change it back to a double.

    Room is booked for the Friday and Saturday night.

    Also… I’ve driving up from Hertfordshire (just outside the city). If peeps are interested in carpooling (no on camera interview I promise) then let me know as I’m open to suggestions.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf themed charity pub quiz – 25th November #204592
    takerdemon
    Participant

    After the hijinx of late from those since banished, I think it’s a good thing to share positive thoughts about G&T.

    So I went to this event tonight and I must say, everyone I met was fucking fantastic and so welcoming. I was a little apprehensive about attending because I didn’t know a soul but after about 5 minutes, I felt as comfortable as can be. It might aura destroying for some but team G&T were all top people and I’m now thoroughly looking forward to busting my DJ cherry in 2013.

    A big thank you to Ian, Cappsy, Seb, Paul, Bill, Lee, Angela and everyone else I shared a word with for making it a great night; I’ve now come to regard you as people I met.

    Oh and we bloody won by some distance too, Cashback!!!

    in reply to: Red Dwarf themed charity pub quiz – 25th November #204497
    takerdemon
    Participant

    We can split into two teams if we can get at least 8 of us unless any other G&T’ers object? I know we’re going for glory here!

    in reply to: SgtSmileyUK and dodgelister #204473
    takerdemon
    Participant

    > I think they ought to appear in boxouts in the next G&T book. Y’know, like Top Tips

    I was really trying to think of something funny there but ‘Top Tits’ was the best I could come up with. Poor form on my part.

    in reply to: SgtSmileyUK and dodgelister #204443
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Oh and one missed comment was where we were all advised to take out health insurance!

    in reply to: SgtSmileyUK and dodgelister #204442
    takerdemon
    Participant

    The snippets there for the comment box just got a tear of joy from me…

    …and no, my hands are not in my pants.

    takerdemon
    Participant

    Dock jokes are beneath you?

    We only make them because of pier pressure.

    takerdemon
    Participant

    Mr Symes, that was prophetic and greatly appreciated. A pint for that man!!!

    takerdemon
    Participant

    Butter

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #204289
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Cat appears on Rolf Harris’ Animal Hospital TV show

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204287
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I’ve never been plan A before! Awesome!

    takerdemon
    Participant

    Welcome Dodge!

    I’ve not been here long and people have been nothing but nice. I realise that the replies to this post will now be a barrage of people telling me to fuck off or calling me a cunt but I get the feeling that’s a term of endearment around these parts…

    … Either that or I’m as thick as a ticket touts wad.

    in reply to: GTA V #204113
    takerdemon
    Participant

    > I remember in GTA III they still let you look from above. Would like that to come back for V. No chance though.

    News to me! How did I miss that? Still, I think I’ve missed the GTA party now. I’ve got plenty of unopened games that I need to crack on with anyway.

    Oh and for anyone wondering Playstation Plus is an utter bargain! I can’t get through all the content they barrage us with! Not enough hours in the day!

    in reply to: A NEW LOW in AMERICAN TELEVISION #204112
    takerdemon
    Participant

    The sad thing is that I’m not even sure it is the lowest point. It’s low but I’m sure there’s something worse.

    I know it’s not American but I seem to recall a Sky TV show about a female singer (I can’t remember who) on a quest to find the perfect pair of jeans. This is what the world has come to.

    If any TV execs are reading, if you want a TV show about my quest to finding the perfect snack to accompany my days on the sofa, please get in touch. £10,000 per episode starting rate for a run of 12 episodes minimum. Said snacks must be brought to me, I’m not willing to travel.

    in reply to: GTA V #204037
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Am I the only person in the world that really disliked GTA when it moved from top down to 3D? I just found myself wandering aimlessly and when a mission popped up, it really wasn’t that interesting so I went back to aimlessly driving around.

    Perhaps I’m just a sucker for retro gaming. That being said, I echo Mister Capps sentiments about this generation of consoles, they’ve been very impressive.

    in reply to: Red Dwarf themed charity pub quiz – 25th November #204036
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Ticket secured! Really looking forward to this… gonna have to brush up on my Dwarf knowledge this week.

    On a side note, there is a small chance that I will be called in for ‘urgent’ surgery in the next week, nothing serious but serious enough that they’re calling it urgent apparently. Anyway, in the unlikely event that I’m unable to attend, if there is a person that wants to be a reserve, I’ll gladly e-mail you my ticket if you send me an e-mail address to do so.

    The ticket says non-transferrable and has my name on it but in all honesty, they’ll just scan it and let you in! We know how these things work!

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #204035
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Going back a bit up this thread but what the hell! Thanks everyone for those nuggets of advice.

    Jo – thanks for the heads up, will book the room today!

    Mabel – yes, I’ll get a double room for myself anyway so if you find yourself in need, we can turn this into a twin :-)

    in reply to: Dimension Jump XVII #203896
    takerdemon
    Participant

    As long as I’m not attacked over the holidays by a pan-dimensional liquid beast from the Mogadon cluster then I’m going to 100% be attending DJ. Since I’m a long time dwarfer that’s dreamed of going to DJ after seeing it on the Smeg Up/Out VHS tapes, I feel like it’s finally time to man up and go. I’m quite apprehensive about going there solo and not knowing a soul but hopefully some of you will at least throw me a friendly glance when we’re there so I can imagine I have a friend.

    In regards to room sharing and stuff… I plan to book my tickets and room come January when that pesky holiday is out of the way. I’m a pretty normal 28 year old male so if anyone wants to share then I’m open to the suggestion if it helps make it affordable for someone else. If not, I’ll have a nice big room to myself.

    In regards to DJ, any advice for a n00b attending? Want to make the most of it.

    in reply to: Rimmericks #203895
    takerdemon
    Participant

    > Your Rimmericks right up to him-mericks.

    This line broke me. Kudos!

    I’ve entered, I expect nothing but since I thought it was written already and the rest of my life is only going to be 30 seconds, WHAT THE HELL!

    in reply to: Rimmericks #203861
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I think this one is a little better than my first effort actually. Simple yet effective… as you can tell I’ve mastered pomposity even if say so myself!

    In The End he was a joke among men,
    He’s snuffed it a few times since then,
    That wasn’t goodbye,
    You live once then die,
    But sometimes you can live again.

    in reply to: Rimmericks #203853
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I suck at limericks but here’s an futile attempt.

    Lister committed crimes that were petty,
    Kryten found kebabs brown and sweaty,
    The Cat’s pretty dumb,
    And the other one,
    His mum likes alphabetti spaghetti

    in reply to: Red Dwarf themed charity pub quiz – 25th November #203849
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Sounds daft but does anyone know the limit of people per team?

    If I’m welcome as a G&T n00b then I very well make an appearance. I won’t be dead weight, I promise!

    in reply to: PLOTS FOR SERIES 11 #203526
    takerdemon
    Participant

    >LISTER: Kryten, I’m home!
    >KRYTEN: What? Already, sir?
    >LISTER: Yes.

    THIS!

    in reply to: Old series fans take on X #203523
    takerdemon
    Participant

    I have friends that don’t watch the show and what they have seen they’re not enamoured with. However, several of these friends caught some of ‘Dear Dave’ and the French vending machine and Cat’s charades cracked them all up. Legit woofer reaction too. I’m wondering if those are the same points that tickled the old series fans mentioned in the first post of this thread.

    Just an interesting point that those elements seem to grab the attention of the non/casual fans.

    I still attest if these people watched the series in full that they’d see even more in it but then I’m a grumpy longtime fan.

    in reply to: Picking at plotholes #202236
    takerdemon
    Participant

    Oooh I like the idea of an Earth or JMC cover-up for the loss of the Dwarf too!

    in reply to: Picking at plotholes #202235
    takerdemon
    Participant

    We don’t know what happened to Earth or anything in our solar system after the accident happened so anything could have happened to derail the search/concern for the ship. A great question left unanswered.

    in reply to: The new drive room #202207
    takerdemon
    Participant

    The bug cockpit from VI is by far my favourite set from the entire series run. It fit the ship perfectly and was perfectly suited to contain all 4 cast members. Midget was cool but never elicited the same reaction from me as the bug in design or interior.

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