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Old 09-20-2007, 03:36 PM   #521
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the one I'm playing is called dyno-mite and you have to get three of the same color/pattern eggs together to break them open - every once in awile a little baby dino pops out and goes 'mama!'

DG - I'm glad you have your dogs, good pets can make such a difference in a persons life :yes :
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Old 09-20-2007, 03:41 PM   #522
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mama dino

and tehy call ME childish for playing Pokémon, which is actually a game for not so young kids cause you need good strategies!
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Old 09-20-2007, 03:46 PM   #523
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My nephew still likes poke'mon, though he won't admit it to most people (he's nearly 17)


I don't know why it's so addictive, but this is just one of those games my eyes actually ACHE after awhile and I HAVE to quit
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I'm addicted and damn proud of it!

I figured today since I gotta spend 45 minutes in a train, I might aswell take my DS.... it was nice to have something to do in the train except for reading a paper!
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Old 09-20-2007, 03:51 PM   #525
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Nintendo makes commuting much more bearable
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have you seen the one game they have for that, 'Brain training' ? that looks like something I would enjoy
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nintendo!

today I was playing in class cause we had to wait(practical chem stuff so we were doing tests) and one of the assistants asked me if it was a gameboy! turns out she has one of those old huge-O game boy classics and she's a huge fan of Mario land 1 and 2 too my second ever gameboy game was marioland 2! the first being Pokémon Yellow...
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in order to play brain training you need a brain! so I'm excluded!
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in order to play brain training you need a brain! so I'm excluded!
Silly girl you're very bright

it's just that Bono and that 'other' B take up such a large percentage of your brain capacity



oh yes, we had the original Nintendo and the original Game boy when I was younger - and more recently my mom had one of the hand held nintendo's though I forget the name of it
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Felix is watching House. He has this look of utter fascination on his face.
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well yea, I think about either( or both) of them about.... 24/7? obsessed, yes much...


Gameboy advance, advance SP, Nintendo DS?

I've a game boy classic(well my sis has it somewhere) a game boy colour, a gameboy advance SP and a DS now wasn't planning to buy one cause you'll need a new handheld in a few years, but I could get one from my friend for cheap cause he wanted the DS lite
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well yea, I think about either( or both) of them about.... 24/7? obsessed, yes much...


Gameboy advance, advance SP, Nintendo DS?

I've a game boy classic(well my sis has it somewhere) a game boy colour, a gameboy advance SP and a DS now wasn't planning to buy one cause you'll need a new handheld in a few years, but I could get one from my friend for cheap cause he wanted the DS lite
It might have been the advance SP but I'm not 100% certain


DG that's so cute - and House IS fascinating, maybe your dog will learn how to diagnose rare medical problems after watching an episode or two : wink:
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the sp is a small square thing you open up to play they're pretty cool, and you can take them with you in your pocket without damaging the screen or pressing buttons! great invention!
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I think maybe it was just the advance, then

I never payed much attention, that was back when I was working EMS 80 hours a week

she gave it to my nephew after awhile because she never got anything done
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your mom is so totally awesome SG! it's so cool when parents are into tech stuff and they can interact with their kids that way
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she never liked it as much when we were young, but it didn't help that we always fought over it

but she plays with Jeffy a lot now we all play Mario Party together
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Gavin says his mom did the same thing she plays with Tommy and Gav's nephews
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