GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Zippo » Wed Feb 08, 2017 6:16 pm

Cleaning

Got home from work with the intention of "crashing", but instead gave a home a small (and no where near complete) clean, which made me feel better.

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby NKF » Tue Mar 28, 2017 6:13 pm

Learning that Warner Bros are finally putting out season 2 of Zeta Project on DVD. Yes - been waiting nearly a decade for this. Literally. :D

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby omegaprime » Mon Apr 03, 2017 8:06 pm

My son, the little boy sure knows how to put it on, watched g1 with him the other day, now hes trying to talk me into letting him have my classics shelf, lol not likely thank primus i have a pad lock on the toy room door, while im at it im very thankfull for having a toy room :D

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Stik » Fri Apr 07, 2017 12:04 am

omegaprime wrote:My son, the little boy sure knows how to put it on, watched g1 with him the other day, now hes trying to talk me into letting him have my classics shelf, lol not likely thank primus i have a pad lock on the toy room door, while im at it im very thankfull for having a toy room :D


What classics would he like? I have some older ones im happy to give to a good home
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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby omegaprime » Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:58 am

Stik wrote:
omegaprime wrote:My son, the little boy sure knows how to put it on, watched g1 with him the other day, now hes trying to talk me into letting him have my classics shelf, lol not likely thank primus i have a pad lock on the toy room door, while im at it im very thankfull for having a toy room :D


What classics would he like? I have some older ones im happy to give to a good home


well hes abit of a cliche in a way he focuses on Bumblebee, Optimusprime, Megatron, and grimlock and sideswipe thanks to new R.I.D, he also loves minicons and the old legends figures he really loves those his favroute at the moment is the redy brown repaint of cybertron jetfire lol.

Its been alot of fun playing with transformers with him to be honest

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Zippo » Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:27 pm

Binge watching Netflix over a long weekend

Got through Season 1 and 2 of Arrow

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby omegaprime » Thu May 18, 2017 11:44 am

Having so much contruction vehicles outside my house that my son says they will merge for the kill

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Liberator » Fri May 19, 2017 3:02 pm

flying out to Fiji today :D :D :D :D :D :D
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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby [omega] » Sat May 20, 2017 7:33 pm

Watching my kids build Halo Mega Blocks together.
Piece and quite for a few minutes. ... priceless :D

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Muleac » Tue May 23, 2017 12:19 pm

[omega] wrote:Watching my kids build Halo Mega Blocks together.
Piece and quite for a few minutes. ... priceless :D

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That looks like child slave labor to me. I hope they're in a union.

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Zippo » Wed May 24, 2017 10:20 pm

2 days off from work .. hopefully I can sleep in as it has been a very busy few months

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Mr.Deflok » Thu May 25, 2017 10:19 pm

Following my MBA I've been looking for work and have shit luck. Barely any interviews and bollocks responses from the rejectors. Tried applying for a few roles with an anglacised name (paranoia got the best of me) and started getting positive responses :S

Ignored those and persisted, and five months later I've scored a dream contract earning almost double what I was in my last role. Good things come to those who wait, or something I guess. Start on Monday. Can't wait for Monday!!

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby [omega] » Tue May 30, 2017 9:37 pm

Muleac wrote:
[omega] wrote:Watching my kids build Halo Mega Blocks together.
Piece and quite for a few minutes. ... priceless :D

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That looks like child slave labor to me. I hope they're in a union.

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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby [omega] » Sat Jun 03, 2017 12:06 am

My happy thoughts of shopping malls in New Zealand :D


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Re: GOOD TIMES - The Happy Thread!

Postby Zippo » Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:41 pm

When I went to Hong Kong last year I signed up for one of the hotel chains membership plans, but then couldn't use it because I ended up booking the hotel with the flight as it was cheaper than separate.

Today I finally had a use for the membership - booked the Auckland Airport Novotel and saved $12 on the room and got free breakfast ... (still a $240 room that I'll be in for about 7 hours)

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