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Re: what to buy

Post by Maynar » Sun Jan 06, 2013 8:36 pm

Dotanuki2K wrote:
Maynar,
Those 3 monkey look suspiciously like Tellytubbies to me.
I don't see a single monkey with a coat-hanger antennae... :S

Goodta seeya Dot!
That's because those are the Canadian Tellytubies, Stinky Pinky, Slipsy Dipsy and Ho.
Now you know why we want to ban them in the states! ;)
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Re: what to buy

Post by the blade master » Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:48 pm

dipsy aint he the one with the alcohol probem (dipsy alcohol get it ok i,ll get my coat i know the way out lols)

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Re: what to buy

Post by Mellony » Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:44 am

bobO wrote:thought you could get away from me
That all depends - who art thou? :>

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Re: what to buy

Post by Maynar » Mon Jan 07, 2013 3:57 am

BobO! Hahaha! :mrgreen:

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Re: what to buy

Post by Dotanuki2K » Mon Jan 07, 2013 6:27 am

Hey Mick,
First me, then Maynar, and now bobO.
Remember when I told you last year that I was getting the longship and the clan together for a raid on England?
It kind of looks like we made it.
I'm starting to wonder who else might show up?
You do have a Mead Hall for us to meet at? :mmmmmm:
Remember, if you hear some one knocking at your door with an axe, that's me.
Now that bobO is here you better hide the wimmenfolk also.

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Re: what to buy

Post by Maynar » Mon Jan 07, 2013 7:50 am

*pounds table* Mead Hall!

YES!

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Re: what to buy

Post by Lone Wolf » Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:23 pm

For killing zombies tellytubby ones or not, I am affraid I will have to go with the boring old machete, it has the advantages of being useable in tight corridors and extremely resilient, if you have a nice full tang one with a wooden handle and it breaks, you can still use it, fix it later or just rip the sleeve off a corpses leather jacket to wrap round it.


I've thought about this too much haven't I :|

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Re: what to buy

Post by Geordie Ross » Mon Jan 07, 2013 1:42 pm

No way, the best zombie apocalypse weapon is a katana, haven't you been watching the walking dead? ;)

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Re: what to buy

Post by the blade master » Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:19 pm

bobo you old dog how you doing nice to see you
mell these are some of the nicest guys you could wish
meet on any forum we were all on a forum the owner
saw fit to close down for some inexplicable reason
so as some of us were allready using this forum and
didnt want to loose contact with each other theyve decide
to join us here get to know these guys they are some of the
best forumites there are
the old mead hall now theres a place i aint been to for a while lols
and dot if you know some of the women folke i do we aint gonna hide them infact
we would pay you hansomly to take them off our hands and then some lols
cheers mick

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Re: what to buy

Post by Geordie Ross » Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:03 pm

Welcome to the forum guys :)

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Re: what to buy

Post by the blade master » Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:24 pm

wind in a vikings sail yes right bobo the only wind you know anyting about is what comes out your rear end
so stop farting about bud lols

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Re: what to buy

Post by Lone Wolf » Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:44 pm

Just to clarify I am not a gent and I intend to barricade myself into a council flat, you need something you can wave around in tight corridors.

Why a council flat you ask? Well because they are large with a small footprint many on the sh*t estates like stonebridge park have metal doors on shock absobed hinges to stop them getting kicked in, they are full of cameras, toughened glass and good security doors, also one main staircase, lifts that can be disabled, you could always block the staircase and use a rope ladder in the lift shaft, plus hight is good for transmitting distress signals, hanging banners out the windows and for having a good view of the world before going out to scavenge, they tend to be surrounded by car parks and grass good places to build extra traps and defences, generator rooms for the emergency lighting can be modified etc.

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Re: what to buy

Post by Geordie Ross » Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:55 pm

It depends what type of zombie we're talking about, if they're fast sprinters and can climb like 28 days later I'd lock down in a jail, plenty of supplies and many secure doors and exits, if they're slow zombies and can't climb I'd go to the metro center in Gateshead, barricade the top floor and use the railway lines as transport :GG

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Re: what to buy

Post by Mellony » Mon Jan 07, 2013 5:23 pm

Geordie Ross wrote:It depends what type of zombie we're talking about
Personally i'd just stand in the middle of the street and kill any that came near me day in / day out because i'm just that pro :twisted:

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Re: what to buy

Post by Geordie Ross » Mon Jan 07, 2013 5:36 pm

Lmao just stand and spin around in a circle with a cold steel two handed greatsword :ninja:

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