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I'm anti ipads and electronics in general. I know they'll get their fill of them in school so I'm very reluctant to introduce them into our house.

Books are prevalent in our house and we are going to hang onto that for as long as we can.

At least they can learn things off iPads, when I was a kid all we had was gameboys and you don't really learn much from those.


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Unlucky Slick, I get on great with my in laws, despite me being me. They give us tons of stuff :D

perhaps just fake buy your kids nice stuff 'from grandma' and then when your kids are old enough and the oldies are dead, tell you kids in fact they were selfish plums.

Pretty sure that happens in most families.


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old people are shite at presents - just set up a kids ethical ISA or something, give them the codez (usually about 47 emails until the oldies get it right) and then just get them to put in £100 per xmas and birthday so they don't end up buying something awful like "insect laboratory" or "my first chemistry set"


I got a chemistry set when I was 9. :smug:

My favourite part was burning magnesium ribbon over the gas hob in the kitchen.


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old people are shite at presents - just set up a kids ethical ISA or something, give them the codez (usually about 47 emails until the oldies get it right) and then just get them to put in £100 per xmas and birthday so they don't end up buying something awful like "insect laboratory" or "my first chemistry set"


I got a chemistry set when I was 9. :smug:

My favourite part was burning magnesium ribbon over the gas hob in the kitchen.

I loved making strong acids and dissolving slogs and snails in it :uhoh:


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c69 wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
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old people are shite at presents - just set up a kids ethical ISA or something, give them the codez (usually about 47 emails until the oldies get it right) and then just get them to put in £100 per xmas and birthday so they don't end up buying something awful like "insect laboratory" or "my first chemistry set"


I got a chemistry set when I was 9. :smug:

My favourite part was burning magnesium ribbon over the gas hob in the kitchen.

I loved making strong acids and dissolving slogs and snails in it :uhoh:


I played with mine for an hour or so, packed it away and put it in the cupboard.

About an hour later I learned that gas given off by a reaction was enought to build up the pressure to shatter the test tube that I had carefully corked before putting it away. And that was the end of my chemistry set.

It was worth it for the memory of my mum screaming when it went "bang" though.


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Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !


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Not really talking about 3 year olds having iPads but I hate the fact that there is no longer a big 'you won't get anywhere in front of a screen' argument anymore. Not because I'm anti gaming or computers, far from it, but because it's hard to keep my resolve trying to limit activities which I know from experience I loved at that age (more talking 8+).


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Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !

Aren't you an Accountant or something?


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Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !


In the last twelve months I've posted about gravity waves, the Silmarillion, making Platonic solids with my 6 year old, buying dice because I was interested in the shapes and setting a personal best time on the Rubik's cube (now down to 33.7 seconds 8) ).

Nerd seems fair.


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c69 wrote:
backrow wrote:
Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !

Aren't you an Accountant or something?


Nope, was in fund management, now logistics. Had I been a formally qualified trained accountant, I prob would have more success / risen further in my old world. Even if I had , would have been cooler than Dr Sheldon Cooper over there !

What do you do then , professional Bumder ?


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ElementFreak wrote:
Rumham wrote:
I'm anti ipads and electronics in general. I know they'll get their fill of them in school so I'm very reluctant to introduce them into our house.

Books are prevalent in our house and we are going to hang onto that for as long as we can.

At least they can learn things off iPads, when I was a kid all we had was gameboys and you don't really learn much from those.



Amazon kindle, can restrict time by total, by activity (ie leave books open, only 15 minutes Apps time).


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A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !


In the last twelve months I've posted about gravity waves, the Silmarillion, making Platonic solids with my 6 year old, buying dice because I was interested in the shapes and setting a personal best time on the Rubik's cube (now down to 33.7 seconds 8) ).

Nerd seems fair.


Oh yeah, the dice thread and Chuckles digging himself into the hole further.
At least you managed to get laid despite the nerdism !


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backrow wrote:
c69 wrote:
backrow wrote:
Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !

Aren't you an Accountant or something?


Nope, was in fund management, now logistics. Had I been a formally qualified trained accountant, I prob would have more success / risen further in my old world. Even if I had , would have been cooler than Dr Sheldon Cooper over there !

What do you do then , professional Bumder ?

I blow gas into people then try not to blow gas into people through their neck, mouth or nose, or something like that.
And other shit


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backrow wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !


In the last twelve months I've posted about gravity waves, the Silmarillion, making Platonic solids with my 6 year old, buying dice because I was interested in the shapes and setting a personal best time on the Rubik's cube (now down to 33.7 seconds 8) ).

Nerd seems fair.


Oh yeah, the dice thread and Chuckles digging himself into the hole further.
At least you managed to get laid despite the nerdism !


My wife is a mathematician.


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c69 wrote:
backrow wrote:
c69 wrote:
backrow wrote:
Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !

Aren't you an Accountant or something?


Nope, was in fund management, now logistics. Had I been a formally qualified trained accountant, I prob would have more success / risen further in my old world. Even if I had , would have been cooler than Dr Sheldon Cooper over there !

What do you do then , professional Bumder ?

I blow gas into people then try not to blow gas into people through their neck, mouth or nose, or something like that.
And other shit


You a politician ?!


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:lol: :x


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A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !


In the last twelve months I've posted about gravity waves, the Silmarillion, making Platonic solids with my 6 year old, buying dice because I was interested in the shapes and setting a personal best time on the Rubik's cube (now down to 33.7 seconds 8) ).

Nerd seems fair.


Oh yeah, the dice thread and Chuckles digging himself into the hole further.
At least you managed to get laid despite the nerdism !


My wife is a mathematician.


Nice one - she got a tidy Pi then !?

Sorry for being 288

(Two gross)


Edit - actually sorry for being rude, it’s just cos


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A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !


In the last twelve months I've posted about gravity waves, the Silmarillion, making Platonic solids with my 6 year old, buying dice because I was interested in the shapes and setting a personal best time on the Rubik's cube (now down to 33.7 seconds 8) ).

Nerd seems fair.


Oh yeah, the dice thread and Chuckles digging himself into the hole further.
At least you managed to get laid despite the nerdism !


My wife is a mathematician.


It's good when you are a nerd and you find a female nerd to procreate with. My missus has a pair of Masters (in geology) and likes sci-fi, fantasy and Japanese anime.


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backrow wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !


In the last twelve months I've posted about gravity waves, the Silmarillion, making Platonic solids with my 6 year old, buying dice because I was interested in the shapes and setting a personal best time on the Rubik's cube (now down to 33.7 seconds 8) ).

Nerd seems fair.


Oh yeah, the dice thread and Chuckles digging himself into the hole further.
At least you managed to get laid despite the nerdism !


My wife is a mathematician.


Nice one - she got a tidy Pi then !?

Sorry for being 288

(Two gross)


Not since my daughter was "born" - in much the same way the alien was born from John Hurt.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 12, 2017 10:20 pm 
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I bet your daughter is acute

:thumbup:

A fine product of when you divided your mrs legs and gave her a square root

Edit - soz for being sum plum


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Jeff the Bear wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
Fudge me , nerd scanner gone off the charts here !

Nolanator - soooooo not surprised you got that present, ya bloody Poindexter !


In the last twelve months I've posted about gravity waves, the Silmarillion, making Platonic solids with my 6 year old, buying dice because I was interested in the shapes and setting a personal best time on the Rubik's cube (now down to 33.7 seconds 8) ).

Nerd seems fair.


Oh yeah, the dice thread and Chuckles digging himself into the hole further.
At least you managed to get laid despite the nerdism !


My wife is a mathematician.


It's good when you are a nerd and you find a female nerd to procreate with. My missus has a pair of Masters (in geology) and likes sci-fi, fantasy and Japanese anime.


My wife would hate to be called a nerd and to be fair she doesn't like any of the classic nerd things.

She does have a colour coded spreadsheet to list our kids Christmas presents though and she reads academic papers on child psychology in her spare time. If Asperger's is genetic then it would explain our son pretty well.


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backrow wrote:
I bet your daughter is acute

:thumbup:

A fine product of when you divided your mrs legs and gave her a square root


Are you channeling Globus?


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A5D5E5 wrote:
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I bet your daughter is acute

:thumbup:

A fine product of when you divided your mrs legs and gave her a square root


Are you channeling Globus?


To be fair I do like puns and his are sometimes good , credit where it’s due


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backrow wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
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I bet your daughter is acute

:thumbup:

A fine product of when you divided your mrs legs and gave her a square root


Are you channeling Globus?


To be fair I do like puns and his are sometimes good , credit where it’s due


He is good with language. Just not with communication.


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Ha, just reading maths puns, saw this

Q: Why did the chicken cross the mobius strip? A: To get to the same side.


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Ha, just reading maths puns, saw this

Q: Why did the chicken cross the mobius strip? A: To get to the same side.


Real person: smiles. That is pretty good.

Topologist: if you crossed a möbius strip you would get to the same edge.


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There are two types of people in the world; those who can extrapolate from incomplete data...


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There are two types of people in the world; those who can extrapolate from incomplete data...


Am starting a couple of hours of totally non nerdy activity btw


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Doubt I'll be on. The missus has the TV watching Gossip Girl. x(


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There are two types of people in the world; those who can extrapolate from incomplete data...


...and those who haven't studied statistical inference?


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A5D5E5 wrote:
Jeff the Bear wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
backrow wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:

In the last twelve months I've posted about gravity waves, the Silmarillion, making Platonic solids with my 6 year old, buying dice because I was interested in the shapes and setting a personal best time on the Rubik's cube (now down to 33.7 seconds 8) ).

Nerd seems fair.


Oh yeah, the dice thread and Chuckles digging himself into the hole further.
At least you managed to get laid despite the nerdism !


My wife is a mathematician.


It's good when you are a nerd and you find a female nerd to procreate with. My missus has a pair of Masters (in geology) and likes sci-fi, fantasy and Japanese anime.


My wife would hate to be called a nerd and to be fair she doesn't like any of the classic nerd things.


Nowt wrong with being a nerd. I'm a nerd, the missus is a nerd...and we've birthed a nerd with our first one at the very least.


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A mate of mine has a 9 month old daughter which they are struggling with.

And he told me last night his missus is pregnant again. Unexpectedly. With twins.

His face :lol:


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My wife and I have 2 dogs and a baby en route. The dogs predate me coming on the scene and have been coddled their entire existence. Frankly, I don't want them anywhere near the baby and want to stick them outside in the garden permanently but the conversation is difficult given my wife's love for them.

Has anyone been through this? Any advice would be appreciated.


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My wife and I have 2 dogs and a baby en route. The dogs predate me coming on the scene and have been coddled their entire existence. Frankly, I don't want them anywhere near the baby and want to stick them outside in the garden permanently but the conversation is difficult given my wife's love for them.

Has anyone been through this? Any advice would be appreciated.


Make sure you leave lots of "Dog eats baby" press reports lying around. Don't raise the subject unless she does.

After a while of this get a friend to ask her "What are you going to do with Killer and Fang when microZappa arrives?".

Based on her response you can judge whether you can safely raise the issue or whether the dogs need to be in an unfortunate Frisbee accident near a canyon. Twice.


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My wife and I have 2 dogs and a baby en route. The dogs predate me coming on the scene and have been coddled their entire existence. Frankly, I don't want them anywhere near the baby and want to stick them outside in the garden permanently but the conversation is difficult given my wife's love for them.

Has anyone been through this? Any advice would be appreciated.


Make sure you leave lots of "Dog eats baby" press reports lying around. Don't raise the subject unless she does.

After a while of this get a friend to ask her "What are you going to do with Killer and Fang when microZappa arrives?".

Based on her response you can judge whether you can safely raise the issue or whether the dogs need to be in an unfortunate Frisbee accident near a canyon. Twice.

My current plan is to buy a bigger house so I can give the cunts a couple of rooms to themselves :lol: :blush:


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Pampered dogs can be very jealous of new arrivals taking attention off them.


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Pampered dogs can be very jealous of new arrivals taking attention off them.

So I've read - this is a real ballache.

Another idea I've had is to send the dogs back to the UK to live with her mother but how the fark do I broach that with a pregnant, hormonal woman?


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Depends on the dogs.

My dog was only allowed near my boy under full supervision, and even then it was bare minimum contact for the first couple of weeks. He's a soft sod, but he's big and doesn't always know his size. The cat is a straight up bitch, so she wasn't allowed anywhere near for months.

Set out the rules early, and no matter how cute it can be to see babies with fluffy dogs, it's not worth the little one getting a nip if it's fingers accidentally go in the dogs eye etc, you can easily get situations where it's not the dogs fault for how it reacts, but you don't want the consequences.


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ZappaMan wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
My wife and I have 2 dogs and a baby en route. The dogs predate me coming on the scene and have been coddled their entire existence. Frankly, I don't want them anywhere near the baby and want to stick them outside in the garden permanently but the conversation is difficult given my wife's love for them.

Has anyone been through this? Any advice would be appreciated.


Make sure you leave lots of "Dog eats baby" press reports lying around. Don't raise the subject unless she does.

After a while of this get a friend to ask her "What are you going to do with Killer and Fang when microZappa arrives?".

Based on her response you can judge whether you can safely raise the issue or whether the dogs need to be in an unfortunate Frisbee accident near a canyon. Twice.

My current plan is to buy a bigger house so I can give the cunts a couple of rooms to themselves :lol: :blush:


Do that and pretty soon little Scarfella will have 8 dogs, 6 cats, three goats, a couple of honey badgers and a velociraptor to keep her company.


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ZappaMan wrote:
A5D5E5 wrote:
ZappaMan wrote:
My wife and I have 2 dogs and a baby en route. The dogs predate me coming on the scene and have been coddled their entire existence. Frankly, I don't want them anywhere near the baby and want to stick them outside in the garden permanently but the conversation is difficult given my wife's love for them.

Has anyone been through this? Any advice would be appreciated.


Make sure you leave lots of "Dog eats baby" press reports lying around. Don't raise the subject unless she does.

After a while of this get a friend to ask her "What are you going to do with Killer and Fang when microZappa arrives?".

Based on her response you can judge whether you can safely raise the issue or whether the dogs need to be in an unfortunate Frisbee accident near a canyon. Twice.

My current plan is to buy a bigger house so I can give the cunts a couple of rooms to themselves :lol: :blush:


Do that and pretty soon little Scarfella will have 8 dogs, 6 cats, three goats, a couple of honey badgers and a velociraptor to keep her company.


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