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121. Posted: Thu 23rd Dec 2010 16:02 GMT
Yep, it's gone for quite some time now.
122. Posted: Thu 23rd Dec 2010 16:08 GMT
I luv my messenger bag
I don't really give a damn anymore.
123. Posted: Thu 23rd Dec 2010 16:16 GMT
Does anyone ever actually use wrist straps? I know you're supposed to, but I don't unless people come over and I'm worried they might flail the wiimotes around like crazy.
i only do in stuff like wii sports and wii sports resort but the jacket sucks i hate it
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124. Posted: Mon 27th Dec 2010 15:14 GMT
I'm debating whether to get Grill Off, and the DS Lite Case, or should I wait and save my points?
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125. Posted: Mon 27th Dec 2010 17:36 GMT
Hmm, maybe wait a bit more if those are the only two things you're debating over.
126. Posted: Mon 27th Dec 2010 18:36 GMT
I figured I would get the case, but is Grill Off any good?
127. Posted: Mon 27th Dec 2010 18:42 GMT
I really wish they would bring that mario case back some day. I'm kicking myself for getting the G&W collection that i never play as opposed to the game case.
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128. Posted: Mon 27th Dec 2010 19:38 GMT
I think Grill-Off is worth the 80 coins, but it's basically just a simple fun little game that you play maybe 1 or 2 games at a time before you get tired of it. If you could buy it with Nintendo points, I'd say it's like a 200-point game.
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129. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 05:50 GMT
Looks like the Kirby Patch played a little bit too much 3DS when it was a young child:
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130. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 06:01 GMT
131. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 06:04 GMT
@ballkirby1: That freakin sucks! If I were in your position I would contact Nintendo and complain. I would be totally pissed if my patches showed up like that.
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132. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 06:06 GMT
Funny thing is I didn't even realize until I saw the article and I've had them for weeks.
133. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 06:06 GMT
It ain't my position, it's some one else's, but will be mine soon enough when mine come in.
Edited on Sun 2nd January, 2011 @ 06:07 by TheBaconator
134. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 06:08 GMT
???Whats the issue?
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135. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 06:09 GMT
The eyes...Look at them! It's scary stuff.
136. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 06:10 GMT
Oh, lol how did I miss that!
137. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 06:11 GMT
The same way I did when I got them.
138. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 06:13 GMT
To clarify, the one on the right is how it SHOULD be and the one on the left is how it IS, yes? I'd definitely complain to Nintendo about that. Creepy manufacturing errors are creepy! Shudder
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139. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 06:32 GMT
I was trying to find stuff to use my points for so I ordered the messenger bag (already had both poster sets) since none of the other stuff appealed to me at all and since I'm like a walking library it might be useful. I ordered it Monday (12-27) and it was here Wed. (12-29) it's not like I'm near Washington or anything. Just made me wonder why it took two weeks from the day they said they sent out the Platinum Award until I got it.
I had 250 points left and my niece saw the tote bag today and wanted it so I made her order it herself. It might not sound like a big thing but considering she's four it was a big deal for her to type out her name and address (I spelled them out for her) and order it. Of all the stuff she got for Christmas, she's more excited to take the tote bag she ordered with her Uncle Chris to show and tell than anything. She spent all night telling us how she's going to use it to bring her clothes and dolls in it when she spends the night.
You know, being an uncle is the best thing that ever happened to me and I thank God everyday for it. I just hope all the stuff I do (such as having her type out her name and address and showing her how to measure ingredients for cakes, she loves to make cakes with me,) helps her out in the long run. Her little sister is starting to get in on the act, too. At two weeks from being years old, she can put those little alphabet magnets in the right order from A-Z on the magnetic whiteboard easel and chalkboard I got them for Christmas-yeah, I taught her the alphabet in a week lol (now watch them say she's too smart and that she's autistic lol)
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140. Posted: Sun 2nd Jan 2011 15:00 GMT
That was cute, thanks for sharing that. I wish I was like that with a daughter someday.
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