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#63 - I actually moved to England 2 weeks ago for work, has there be… 07/22/2015 on Touching Irish men's beards 0
#44 - The City of Belfast, swell with Protests!  [+] (2 new replies) 07/22/2015 on Touching Irish men's beards +1
#45 - anonymoose (07/22/2015) [-]
Yeeeo
User avatar #63 - Rollerofdouble (07/22/2015) [-]
I actually moved to England 2 weeks ago for work, has there been much rioting? Having had time to catch up on the news
#70 - You too friend, have a good day 07/18/2015 on England runs out of tea +1
#68 - My dad has been fairly active in my life growing up, when I co…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/18/2015 on England runs out of tea 0
User avatar #69 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
It's been good talking to you mate, Sláinte
User avatar #70 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
You too friend, have a good day
#66 - I moved recently to live with my old man, for work reasons, mu…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/18/2015 on England runs out of tea 0
User avatar #67 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Good man yourself, I don't exactly appreciate my dad, as he lives in England and doesn't make much effort to be a part of my life. His side of the family are really nice though, and I speak to a lot of them frequently. Good luck with that man, a noble career prospect.
User avatar #68 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
My dad has been fairly active in my life growing up, when I couldn't see him, at least calling me once a week, checking up on me etc, I'm happy to have him in my life, and I can understand why you don't talk to him, by what you've said. And thanks man
User avatar #69 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
It's been good talking to you mate, Sláinte
User avatar #70 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
You too friend, have a good day
#64 - That's very true, but I'm half English you see, my dad was rai…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/18/2015 on England runs out of tea 0
User avatar #65 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
I too am half English, though my dad left when I was 2 so I was raised by my Mum's Catholic and large side of the family, (I don't know my father's religion) and use their name exclusively save for official documents. Look how similar we are.
User avatar #66 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
I moved recently to live with my old man, for work reasons, much easier to find work whenever you're in a place with much more bars, and in general jobs open over here. It's a large country, and I'm looking forwards to probably getting a job working with troubled teens in foster homes.
User avatar #67 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Good man yourself, I don't exactly appreciate my dad, as he lives in England and doesn't make much effort to be a part of my life. His side of the family are really nice though, and I speak to a lot of them frequently. Good luck with that man, a noble career prospect.
User avatar #68 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
My dad has been fairly active in my life growing up, when I couldn't see him, at least calling me once a week, checking up on me etc, I'm happy to have him in my life, and I can understand why you don't talk to him, by what you've said. And thanks man
User avatar #69 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
It's been good talking to you mate, Sláinte
User avatar #70 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
You too friend, have a good day
#62 - Indeed, Raised Catholic, went to a catholic primary school, bu…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/18/2015 on England runs out of tea 0
User avatar #63 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Haha, too true. I still practice my religion, I'm skeptical, yet deep down there is some part of me that won't let go of my Catholicism, likely because it has become part of the nation identity and superseded simple religion status here, it defines you.
User avatar #64 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
That's very true, but I'm half English you see, my dad was raised protestant but never cared about religion, and I got that part off of him. I'm coming 21 and at this point I'm basically a clone of him, which is weird considering my parents broke up 19 years ago, and I was raised by my mum, funny how genetics works.
User avatar #65 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
I too am half English, though my dad left when I was 2 so I was raised by my Mum's Catholic and large side of the family, (I don't know my father's religion) and use their name exclusively save for official documents. Look how similar we are.
User avatar #66 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
I moved recently to live with my old man, for work reasons, much easier to find work whenever you're in a place with much more bars, and in general jobs open over here. It's a large country, and I'm looking forwards to probably getting a job working with troubled teens in foster homes.
User avatar #67 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Good man yourself, I don't exactly appreciate my dad, as he lives in England and doesn't make much effort to be a part of my life. His side of the family are really nice though, and I speak to a lot of them frequently. Good luck with that man, a noble career prospect.
User avatar #68 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
My dad has been fairly active in my life growing up, when I couldn't see him, at least calling me once a week, checking up on me etc, I'm happy to have him in my life, and I can understand why you don't talk to him, by what you've said. And thanks man
User avatar #69 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
It's been good talking to you mate, Sláinte
User avatar #70 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
You too friend, have a good day
#60 - I know what you mean, only been up there once when working for…  [+] (10 new replies) 07/18/2015 on England runs out of tea 0
User avatar #61 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Of course, you're doing God's work. A catholic yourself? I don't see many/any Protestants/Loyalists on FJ.
User avatar #62 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
Indeed, Raised Catholic, went to a catholic primary school, but never been one to stick close to religion myself, I let people believe as they wish, as long as they don't kill over it, or try rub it in my face.

And not really any prods on FJ because they're all out Rioting during the Summer!
User avatar #63 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Haha, too true. I still practice my religion, I'm skeptical, yet deep down there is some part of me that won't let go of my Catholicism, likely because it has become part of the nation identity and superseded simple religion status here, it defines you.
User avatar #64 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
That's very true, but I'm half English you see, my dad was raised protestant but never cared about religion, and I got that part off of him. I'm coming 21 and at this point I'm basically a clone of him, which is weird considering my parents broke up 19 years ago, and I was raised by my mum, funny how genetics works.
User avatar #65 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
I too am half English, though my dad left when I was 2 so I was raised by my Mum's Catholic and large side of the family, (I don't know my father's religion) and use their name exclusively save for official documents. Look how similar we are.
User avatar #66 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
I moved recently to live with my old man, for work reasons, much easier to find work whenever you're in a place with much more bars, and in general jobs open over here. It's a large country, and I'm looking forwards to probably getting a job working with troubled teens in foster homes.
User avatar #67 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Good man yourself, I don't exactly appreciate my dad, as he lives in England and doesn't make much effort to be a part of my life. His side of the family are really nice though, and I speak to a lot of them frequently. Good luck with that man, a noble career prospect.
User avatar #68 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
My dad has been fairly active in my life growing up, when I couldn't see him, at least calling me once a week, checking up on me etc, I'm happy to have him in my life, and I can understand why you don't talk to him, by what you've said. And thanks man
User avatar #69 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
It's been good talking to you mate, Sláinte
User avatar #70 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
You too friend, have a good day
#58 - Raised Catholic then? Can only guess by your answer  [+] (12 new replies) 07/18/2015 on England runs out of tea 0
User avatar #59 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Of course, growing up on the cityside and in the Bogside, it doesn't leave many other options. That and I call it LondonDerry
User avatar #60 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
I know what you mean, only been up there once when working for charity, stayed in a hostel for 3 days, got absolutely shit faced for 3 days basically, as any good charity worker should
User avatar #61 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Of course, you're doing God's work. A catholic yourself? I don't see many/any Protestants/Loyalists on FJ.
User avatar #62 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
Indeed, Raised Catholic, went to a catholic primary school, but never been one to stick close to religion myself, I let people believe as they wish, as long as they don't kill over it, or try rub it in my face.

And not really any prods on FJ because they're all out Rioting during the Summer!
User avatar #63 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Haha, too true. I still practice my religion, I'm skeptical, yet deep down there is some part of me that won't let go of my Catholicism, likely because it has become part of the nation identity and superseded simple religion status here, it defines you.
User avatar #64 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
That's very true, but I'm half English you see, my dad was raised protestant but never cared about religion, and I got that part off of him. I'm coming 21 and at this point I'm basically a clone of him, which is weird considering my parents broke up 19 years ago, and I was raised by my mum, funny how genetics works.
User avatar #65 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
I too am half English, though my dad left when I was 2 so I was raised by my Mum's Catholic and large side of the family, (I don't know my father's religion) and use their name exclusively save for official documents. Look how similar we are.
User avatar #66 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
I moved recently to live with my old man, for work reasons, much easier to find work whenever you're in a place with much more bars, and in general jobs open over here. It's a large country, and I'm looking forwards to probably getting a job working with troubled teens in foster homes.
User avatar #67 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Good man yourself, I don't exactly appreciate my dad, as he lives in England and doesn't make much effort to be a part of my life. His side of the family are really nice though, and I speak to a lot of them frequently. Good luck with that man, a noble career prospect.
User avatar #68 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
My dad has been fairly active in my life growing up, when I couldn't see him, at least calling me once a week, checking up on me etc, I'm happy to have him in my life, and I can understand why you don't talk to him, by what you've said. And thanks man
User avatar #69 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
It's been good talking to you mate, Sláinte
User avatar #70 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
You too friend, have a good day
#56 - Antrim, from Lisburn to be specific  [+] (14 new replies) 07/18/2015 on England runs out of tea 0
User avatar #57 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Derry, Derry
User avatar #58 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
Raised Catholic then? Can only guess by your answer
User avatar #59 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Of course, growing up on the cityside and in the Bogside, it doesn't leave many other options. That and I call it LondonDerry
User avatar #60 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
I know what you mean, only been up there once when working for charity, stayed in a hostel for 3 days, got absolutely shit faced for 3 days basically, as any good charity worker should
User avatar #61 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Of course, you're doing God's work. A catholic yourself? I don't see many/any Protestants/Loyalists on FJ.
User avatar #62 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
Indeed, Raised Catholic, went to a catholic primary school, but never been one to stick close to religion myself, I let people believe as they wish, as long as they don't kill over it, or try rub it in my face.

And not really any prods on FJ because they're all out Rioting during the Summer!
User avatar #63 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Haha, too true. I still practice my religion, I'm skeptical, yet deep down there is some part of me that won't let go of my Catholicism, likely because it has become part of the nation identity and superseded simple religion status here, it defines you.
User avatar #64 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
That's very true, but I'm half English you see, my dad was raised protestant but never cared about religion, and I got that part off of him. I'm coming 21 and at this point I'm basically a clone of him, which is weird considering my parents broke up 19 years ago, and I was raised by my mum, funny how genetics works.
User avatar #65 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
I too am half English, though my dad left when I was 2 so I was raised by my Mum's Catholic and large side of the family, (I don't know my father's religion) and use their name exclusively save for official documents. Look how similar we are.
User avatar #66 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
I moved recently to live with my old man, for work reasons, much easier to find work whenever you're in a place with much more bars, and in general jobs open over here. It's a large country, and I'm looking forwards to probably getting a job working with troubled teens in foster homes.
User avatar #67 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
Good man yourself, I don't exactly appreciate my dad, as he lives in England and doesn't make much effort to be a part of my life. His side of the family are really nice though, and I speak to a lot of them frequently. Good luck with that man, a noble career prospect.
User avatar #68 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
My dad has been fairly active in my life growing up, when I couldn't see him, at least calling me once a week, checking up on me etc, I'm happy to have him in my life, and I can understand why you don't talk to him, by what you've said. And thanks man
User avatar #69 - novels (07/18/2015) [-]
It's been good talking to you mate, Sláinte
User avatar #70 - Rollerofdouble (07/18/2015) [-]
You too friend, have a good day

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User avatar #19 - GabeAsher (05/07/2013) [-]
hey man, I was just wondering, since you dont play items anymore, is it cool if I get yours? :)

I understand if you say no, just figured I would ask :P
User avatar #20 to #19 - Rollerofdouble ONLINE (05/07/2013) [-]
You have coloured text... I must comply... Yeah sure dude, I don't mind, I would have said no, but you seem to have been using this site as long as I have, so neigh bother to me!
User avatar #21 to #20 - GabeAsher (05/08/2013) [-]
haha, thank you :D

I'll send a trade request, you'll get a notification, click on go to items interface, go to the tab that says requests received, click on my request and then do the captcha and accept :D

Thank you by the way :)
User avatar #1 - TheBlindBandit (08/20/2010) [-]
yeah. i so cant wait for acb to come out! the ac series are my favorite games.
User avatar #2 to #1 - Rollerofdouble ONLINE (08/20/2010) [-]
I think exactly the same the graphics are amazing and the storyline wonderful too, have you seen the in-game trailers for it?

But thinking about it... There is one game series that is good too, the Legend of Zelda games, I know they are childish and things, but they are becoming more for teenagers, Twilight princess was good, apart from the dreaded water temple, Ganan was too easy too.
User avatar #3 to #3 - TheBlindBandit (08/20/2010) [-]
yeah. i heard they worked out all the bugs in ac2. and i love the zelda series too! twilight princess and wind waker are my two faves.
User avatar #4 to #4 - Rollerofdouble ONLINE (08/20/2010) [-]
Twilight Princess and Ocherina of time are mine, because with O.O.T the graphics were amazing for its time, same goes for Super mario 64.
User avatar #5 to #5 - TheBlindBandit (08/20/2010) [-]
i havent played that one yet. my boyfriend just got it so i havent had a chance to play it. he always lets me play his video games.
User avatar #6 to #6 - Rollerofdouble ONLINE (08/20/2010) [-]
I'm lucky with my family, being the only guy of 5 kids, I get spoilt and things, but now that I gotta job, I gotta buy my own stuff, but I got my Psp for 2 pounds because I won it on one of those carnivale games, I was so happy, I guess playing guitar hero so much finally paid off.
User avatar #7 to #7 - TheBlindBandit (08/20/2010) [-]
wow. yeah, i have to get a job too. so i got one at a local fair. starts in september.
User avatar #8 to #8 - Rollerofdouble ONLINE (08/20/2010) [-]
I've been working in the bakery for about... 3 months or so, it's torture because at 7:30 am we gotta package the pancakes, and seeing as they were made about 10 minutes earlier it's complete hell.
User avatar #9 to #10 - TheBlindBandit (08/20/2010) [-]
wow. that sucks... if you dont like it, then why not look for a different job?
User avatar #10 to #11 - Rollerofdouble ONLINE (08/20/2010) [-]
I absolutely love it, I just have to fight the urge to eat all the pancakes xD
User avatar #11 to #12 - TheBlindBandit (08/20/2010) [-]
i would have to fight the urge to eat the cupcakes and the pancakes.... must be really tough.
User avatar #12 to #13 - Rollerofdouble ONLINE (08/20/2010) [-]
To not eat the food yes, getting free chocolate covered pancakes, toffee crisps, toffee squares, iced fingers, eclairs, etc is all good, and free lunch and as many drinks you need for a day at work, and if you ever came in to the bakery, the first thing that hits your nose is the chocolate, because it's all fresh.
User avatar #13 to #14 - TheBlindBandit (08/20/2010) [-]
*drools* i love food.... i would suggest staying... but i dont know how much 30 pounds is... i live in the U.S. so the money system is different.
User avatar #14 to #15 - Rollerofdouble ONLINE (08/20/2010) [-]
It's about 46 dollars 50 cents, not bad for 8 hours work on a Saturday.
User avatar #15 to #16 - TheBlindBandit (08/20/2010) [-]
oh. cool. so almost 50 dollars.
User avatar #16 to #17 - Rollerofdouble ONLINE (08/20/2010) [-]
Pretty much, and sorry for taking so long to reply, I was sleeping xD
User avatar #17 to #18 - TheBlindBandit (08/20/2010) [-]
its fine. happens all the time. im used to it. and it is a little late so its no biggy.
User avatar #18 to #19 - Rollerofdouble ONLINE (08/20/2010) [-]
I'm gonna go with it's... 0036 for you?
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