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I looked for my remote control in the bathroom. Last night, just before writing this. It may seem absurd, but I might have left it in there. I don't think I've ever looked for it in there before. Obviously it wasn't there. Shortly thereafter I thought of another place it might be and there it was, on the shelf behind the armchair. I had been quite frustrated not being able to see it before I went to check the bathroom. I didn't really think it would be there, but I wanted to rule it out to simplify my thoughts.
I was looking at games today, and I didn't buy any, but I found one. Eh? How's that? Well, I'll tell you. The games are four for twenty pounds or five for ten pounds. That's different games, silly. Now, the other day I saw about three ones I fancied in the four for twenty pounds section, but I didn't get them as I didn't know how much money I had. Today there was only one of those left, I could have made up the numbers with others but I didn't want to do that with only one of the ones I really wanted there. So, I'll wait. But the thing is, you see, there's a good chance that by the time another of the ones I really want is in (these are second hand ones so they haven't got ample stocks of them or anything, just what people bring in) the one I wanted that was there before will be gone. Well, I'll just sit it out. I've got time, what with me being immortal and protecting the planet from destruction (you've still got to try to save the planet yourselves though, and try properly. But I've got to inspire you, so it will be me that deserves the credit). Their multibuy deals might sell a load of rubbish to idiots, but I am not an idiot.
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The cheapest game for the Playstation 2 I saw today was 99p. It was a quiz game presented by an animated Cheggers. The less British among you may not know of Cheggers, Keith Chegwin. He's from the olden days, you'll have to look him up or more likely a link will have appeared as if by magic. We're very fond of Cheggers, but that's largely because he's a bit shit, in a nice way, even by British standards. We're fond of him, but not so fond of him that he's had any decent work in the past twenty-five years. He mainly does rubbish on rubbish channels here and there. He's the brother of BBC DJ Janice Long who you may have heard of by way of someone or other's Janice Long session. Anyway, a strange choice of host for a game, he won't really mean anything to anyone under thirty.
that's all from me for now
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