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Post  olimuckm on Tue 23 Sep 2008, 9:58 am

Hi. I have moved to this forum now, a bit like moving house, from a bungilow to a mansion! By any chance do you like Torchwood? I would say Doctor Who is way more entertaining and the humer is funnyer. This torchwood Shocked And this is Doctor who at a funny moment lol!

Ok I am going to go to bed Sleep ..... Its 5 mins to 8! am! Night nigh- I mean, bye!
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Post  Sim-Wolf on Tue 23 Sep 2008, 6:04 pm

olimuckm wrote:Hi. I have moved to this forum now, a bit like moving house, from a bungilow to a mansion! By any chance do you like Torchwood? I would say Doctor Who is way more entertaining and the humer is funnyer. This torchwood Shocked And this is Doctor who at a funny moment lol!

Ok I am going to go to bed Sleep ..... Its 5 mins to 8! am! Night nigh- I mean, bye!
Tut, tut, tut. Torchwood is a 15 don't you know. Its not even suitable for me to watch as I'm only 14. It looks nowhere near as good as Dr Who, and I don't think I could stand Captain Jack for a whole 13 episodes.

But I like Sarah Jane Adventures. But I think they should have chose a different name for it. It sounds too girly, and I wouldn't like buying the DVDs myself, cause. Well, you know what I mean. I would just give my mum money to buy them. I have to remember to watch this series though. lol.
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Post  olimuckm on Wed 24 Sep 2008, 7:30 pm

If you thought me wacthing torchwood at the age of 11 is bad, some boys go on video games and watch movies that are 18! Though I think thats silly.

I was going to send you the trailer but the video link won't work. It worked when I sent the kingdom hearts video. (also why did you not reply to that post.
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Post  Sim-Wolf on Wed 24 Sep 2008, 9:28 pm

olimuckm wrote:If you thought me wacthing torchwood at the age of 11 is bad, some boys go on video games and watch movies that are 18! Though I think thats silly.

I was going to send you the trailer but the video link won't work. It worked when I sent the kingdom hearts video. (also why did you not reply to that post.
If you are wondering why I didn't reply to the kingdom hearts post you made here, is because I have already told you before that I'm not interested in that game. It's pointless me replying, don't you think? I'll try and advertise this forum and get some more users.

Yes I know about that too. That's very bad. I suppose its much better for you to watch Torchwood than play games like that. xD Oh yeah. :S I'm no angel then. lol. I've watched loads of horror films like Halloween and Scream as well as Deep Blue Sea. Ok, I rest my case. You win. xD

Oh, I've actually already seen the Sarah Jane Adventures trailer. I saw it on the official site. It has a Sontaran in it. And is that the Doctor who we see running out the light for a split second by any chance?
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Did you read?

Post  olimuckm on Wed 24 Sep 2008, 9:55 pm

Did you even read it by any chance? I also have whatched the batman movie. (and even though it is rated a 12 a it is REALLY scary) Though I must admit, the sims 2 has sexuel content and vilonce. And dad keeps saying that it is awfull and it should be rated more than a 12, but I think it isn't that bad, and I have played loads of 12s and none of them hasn't affected me. Pet bunnies! albino Talking about pets, I am getting a dog on friday.

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Post  Sim-Wolf on Wed 24 Sep 2008, 10:11 pm

olimuckm wrote:Did you even read it by any chance? I also have whatched the batman movie. (and even though it is rated a 12 a it is REALLY scary) Though I must admit, the sims 2 has sexuel content and vilonce. And dad keeps saying that it is awfull and it should be rated more than a 12, but I think it isn't that bad, and I have played loads of 12s and none of them hasn't affected me. Pet bunnies! albino Talking about pets, I am getting a dog on friday.

Bye!
Cool. Smile I love dogs. I want to breed them when I'm older. Maybe even when I'm retired when I'll have loads of time. What breed is your dog going to be?

Yeah, I did read the post. You had a trailer for the game and asked for everyone's opinion on the game and what you thought of the trailer. Wink

I suppose you're right. But the fighting is covered up in a dust ball and the sexaul content is under cover. Well, the most extreme parts. And when they go in the shower or anything their body is pixelated.

Did you know that The Sims 2 on its own, the base game, is actually only a 7+ game? All the EPs released after it were then 12+. It makes no sense. All the most adult stuff are in The Sims 2. I mean, The Sims 2 Festive Holiday Stuff has more sexaul content and violence than in The Sims 2? I don't think so. Razz
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Yeh I know, its just wiered. I think it should be the other way wound

Post  olimuckm on Wed 24 Sep 2008, 10:35 pm

Yeh thats your right, I think the extreem parts are for the people who like that stuff. I once got told for something stupid , it was on the sims and I was on free will, and my sim went on the tiolet, and I got told off, juiliet nearlly wet her self! Thats not waht happend in the story. (though it would be funny if she did!)

I am exited about the sontarens, but why have they got clowns as one of the monsters! Its a bit silly, I thinkthey have stole this child or something, well thats what I read in a magizine.

My bread is a coca spaniel, its called lola, (my mum chose it, and it is named after a new york restraunt) Shocked
Oh and my dog is going to be a super hero. lol! Just joking. bye! study queen elephant
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Post  Sim-Wolf on Wed 24 Sep 2008, 10:43 pm

olimuckm wrote:Yeh thats your right, I think the extreem parts are for the people who like that stuff. I once got told for something stupid , it was on the sims and I was on free will, and my sim went on the tiolet, and I got told off, juiliet nearlly wet her self! Thats not waht happend in the story. (though it would be funny if she did!)

I am exited about the sontarens, but why have they got clowns as one of the monsters! Its a bit silly, I thinkthey have stole this child or something, well thats what I read in a magizine.

My bread is a coca spaniel, its called lola, (my mum chose it, and it is named after a new york restraunt) Shocked
Oh and my dog is going to be a super hero. lol! Just joking. bye! study queen elephant
You got told off for a Sim going to the toilet? Geee. I don't see anything wrong with that.

The Sontarans are in the first episodes, but there is only 1. I think they have a clown as one of the monsters is because A LOT of children are actually scared of clowns.

You mean Cocker Spaniel? Lola is a nice name. Smile
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What!

Post  olimuckm on Wed 24 Sep 2008, 11:18 pm

How can you be scared of clowns? I think they are shape shifter monsters. And I already knew that there is only 1 sontaran (well, the name of the episode kind of gave it away) I have also now finished the university page! Though I haven't done much. But because we have a big house (well my friends say its huge but you get used to it. Wait till they see america!) the dog will be only really aloud in the conservetry.

We have been cooking at school today! Though its called food tech, we made scons, I gave 1 to rose, Jack, sophie, and another 3 people who you don't know.
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Post  Sim-Wolf on Wed 24 Sep 2008, 11:22 pm

olimuckm wrote:How can you be scared of clowns? I think they are shape shifter monsters. And I already knew that there is only 1 sontaran (well, the name of the episode kind of gave it away) I have also now finished the university page! Though I haven't done much. But because we have a big house (well my friends say its huge but you get used to it. Wait till they see america!) the dog will be only really aloud in the conservetry.

We have been cooking at school today! Though its called food tech, we made scons, I gave 1 to rose, Jack, sophie, and another 3 people who you don't know.
I'm not scared of clowns. I said some people are. Aww that's a shame. How come she'll only be allowed in one room? And if you have a big house, wouldn't that mean she should be allowed in more rooms? A small dog can't really do much damage. My dog is a Yellow Lab, and he is allowed anywhere in the house. Even on my bed. And he is quite a big dog.
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Well not for her whole life.

Post  olimuckm on Wed 24 Sep 2008, 11:37 pm

She is just allowed in that room when she is a puppy. Though the conservetry is next to the garden. At the moment I am watching lost in aston, it looks good, but I don't know whats happening.
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Post  Sim-Wolf on Sat 27 Sep 2008, 6:04 pm

olimuckm wrote:She is just allowed in that room when she is a puppy. Though the conservetry is next to the garden. At the moment I am watching lost in aston, it looks good, but I don't know whats happening.
By the way, you don't need to type in a new title for every reply you post. Just leave it blank and it will automatically come up with "RE: Topic Title" or whatever the topic's title is. Razz

By the way, I really need you to copy your Sims 3 Strangetown and extreme Life posts here now. I will be deleting them from the old forum this weekend, so you'd better be quick if you want to keep them.
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Post  olimuckm on Tue 11 Nov 2008, 12:09 am

Did you see the star signs episode? I didn't like it, but I quite liked the one with neclice control thing, I could have seen part 2 of is as I have sky, but I missed it. Sad But I will be able to watch it on bbc iplayer tomorrow, as I always watch it on bbc iplayer.
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Post  Sim-Wolf on Tue 11 Nov 2008, 12:15 am

olimuckm wrote:Did you see the star signs episode? I didn't like it, but I quite liked the one with neclice control thing, I could have seen part 2 of is as I have sky, but I missed it. Sad But I will be able to watch it on bbc iplayer tomorrow, as I always watch it on bbc iplayer.
Yeah I did see them both. Actually, I thought the Secrets of the Stars episode was quite good and really well done. I'm suprised Dr Who hasn't had a similar theme. And the one that was on today was pretty good too. Everything is evolving around Clyde now. lol.
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