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#26 Jan 16, 2019 4:10 AM

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Good gravy girl.

why thank you! i'm glad you like the gravy smile


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#27 Jan 17, 2019 12:16 AM

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Why you two get a room and share your gravy then?


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#28 Jan 17, 2019 12:45 AM

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I shan't share my gravy with ANYONE


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#29 Jan 18, 2019 3:33 AM

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i actually don't like most gravy so

you can have it


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#30 Jan 19, 2019 3:28 AM

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Okay lovebirds glad to see you resolved the situation.

I'm kidding though.

Gravy and mash potatoes for all who want it.


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#31 Jan 19, 2019 3:43 AM

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i like gravy in shepherd's pie (which has mashed potatoes!) and salisbury steaks.

that's honestly about it, though.


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#32 Jan 19, 2019 7:45 PM

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Steal and salad on the side than?


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#33 Jan 20, 2019 3:08 AM

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Steal and salad on the side than?

depends. which word did you mean to type at the beginning? "steak", or "steel"? if it's steel, i dunno. i've never tried it, but i get the impression that it tastes pretty bland. i think i'll go with steak.


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#34 Jan 20, 2019 5:22 AM

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Twingo go in your corner and have a timeout. No reason to raise your voice.

Also did your mother raise you with that mouth?

Steak it is then.

I offered the salad as a side but hey go for it.

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#35 Jan 24, 2019 4:42 PM

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Twingo go in your corner and have a timeout. No reason to raise your voice.

sad


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#36 Jan 24, 2019 8:51 PM

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No reason to raise your voice.

i agree.







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#37 Jan 24, 2019 11:30 PM

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Is it a bird?
Is it a rhynoc?
No! It's just... Dr. Neo Cortex cortex


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#38 Jan 25, 2019 3:32 AM

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Relax it’s fine you’ll be out of timeout soon.


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#39 Jan 25, 2019 3:39 AM

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Is it a bird?
Is it a rhynoc?
No! It's just... Dr. Neo Cortex DOUGLAS WHOEVER THIS CHARACTER IS I GUESS HE WAS IN ONE OF THE HANDHELDS I DUNNO douglas


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#40 Jan 25, 2019 3:29 PM

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Please respect the deepest oblivion that I cast those games into.


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#41 Jan 25, 2019 6:26 PM

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Please respect the deepest oblivion that I cast those games into.

what's your beef with the Spyro handhelds?


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#42 Jan 26, 2019 12:20 AM

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Not any, really. I just tend to forget about them as I never had a handheld until TLOS was a thing.
Though I did play A New Beginning on NDS and it felt like a rather awkward attempt to spread the franchise so I didn't really feel like touching Spyro handhelds ever since.
...then came DotD on Wii and that's where I realised everything in the franchise got changed and it's not just a strange handheld spin-off. I don't really hate any handhelds nor do I hate tLoS, they just took a different approach for the franchise that doesn't really align with what I loved the original games for. They're good games, though, and at least they kept Spyro alive to some degree which I respect. However, when you're a wee lad and getting yourself into tLoS expecting some sort of OG gameplay, it's kinda overwhelming and thus has made me refrain from trying any other Spyro games at the time. Then later I finished tLoS playing it with the correct attitude ("Completely new game, some familiar names/characters, parallel universe-kinda thing. It's a brand carry-over, don't expect anything"), it was a good game series overall, but very forgettable to me in terms of lore, characters, levels and environment. Hence why I remember very little about tLoS at all; it just wouldn't stick with me. Anyway, since tLoS I never really bothered with any other games, life got busy, and I kinda forgot about it all. And so most handhelds and spin-offs are just somewhere deep in the oblivious realms of my forgetfulness. I really feel like I should try some out though; I heard AHT was actually decent if I can somehow get a hold of that without needing an XB. Same for the GBA games. Anyway don't think too much of it, I don't really have beef with any pre-Skylanders Spyro game.

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#43 Jan 26, 2019 4:46 AM

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Re: object.obj

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Not any, really. I just tend to forget about them as I never had a handheld until TLOS was a thing.
Though I did play A New Beginning on NDS and it felt like a rather awkward attempt to spread the franchise so I didn't really feel like touching Spyro handhelds ever since.
...then came DotD on Wii and that's where I realised everything in the franchise got changed and it's not just a strange handheld spin-off. I don't really hate any handhelds nor do I hate tLoS, they just took a different approach for the franchise that doesn't really align with what I loved the original games for. They're good games, though, and at least they kept Spyro alive to some degree which I respect. However, when you're a wee lad and getting yourself into tLoS expecting some sort of OG gameplay, it's kinda overwhelming and thus has made me refrain from trying any other Spyro games at the time. Then later I finished tLoS playing it with the correct attitude ("Completely new game, some familiar names/characters, parallel universe-kinda thing. It's a brand carry-over, don't expect anything"), it was a good game series overall, but very forgettable to me in terms of lore, characters, levels and environment. Hence why I remember very little about tLoS at all; it just wouldn't stick with me. Anyway, since tLoS I never really bothered with any other games, life got busy, and I kinda forgot about it all. And so most handhelds and spin-offs are just somewhere deep in the oblivious realms of my forgetfulness. I really feel like I should try some out though; I heard AHT was actually decent if I can somehow get a hold of that without needing an XB. Same for the GBA games. Anyway don't think too much of it, I don't really have beef with any pre-Skylanders Spyro game.

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... you are aware there are multiple handheld games that were released before TLOS, right?


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#44 Jan 26, 2019 7:06 AM

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Of course, very much so! I just never had the hardware for it at the time, and never really bothered later, then it all just kinda slipped my mind.

...unless you count those Happy Meal LCD minigames that were a thing at McDonald's aeons ago as a proper handheld. I still have that one stored around somewhere.

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#45 Jan 26, 2019 4:53 PM

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i have those Happy meal games yikes never played them very much, though.


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#46 Jan 26, 2019 7:44 PM

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Both have their charms oh yeah yeah, Spyro classics are great oh yeah yeah yeah yeah.

But The LOS is pretty cool too oh yeah yeah, oh yeah yeah yeah yeah.


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