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Offline ghali

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Re: Sunday Pinball Questionnaire - part 70 - ghali
« Reply #15 on: April 16, 2013, 11:29:42 PM »
Now Sunday questionaire makes sense with answers like these.

how far away is the are-K'd ( what sort of dyslexia is this?????? funny though) from your house? I'm sure if I set one up my wife would recommend I just sleep there instead of at home! (she usually says "have fun cuddling up to that machine" every time a new one arrives at home). At least when the little ghali's (ghalettes?) arrive you'll have somewhere to:

1. Bond with them
2. Escape from them
3. Lock them up when they need punishmet/rewarding
4. Hide the evidence of new machines (women do it all the time with new dresses "This old thing- had it for ages")
5. Meet fellow dads and share the pain/joy/advice

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Whats wrong with the way i spell are-k'd?  I speak england good!
I live in Reservoir, warehouse is on Northcote, 10-15 mins drive depending on traffic. Saying that, I couldn't call myself a pinhead if I didn't have a few table set up at home!!...I have 3 in my kitchen!

A few points to note...

#1. I often do spend the night there.
#2. I regularly cuddle my machines
#3. Don't need to hide new machines because
      A. She loves them. 
      B. I pay ze bills!
      C. She's wouldn't dare give me the ultimatum as she already knows the answer.  I've dared her to try it in the past.
#4. If in the future, Spawn of Ghali's arrive, I do hope they like the boobie pictures plastered throughout the warehouse.
VUK you!

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Re: Sunday Pinball Questionnaire - part 70 - ghali
« Reply #16 on: April 17, 2013, 08:33:40 AM »
Great stuff  ^^^

You must have been hanging out at golden cue around the same time as me, you are a year older, I can't remember much except the big wall of pins and vids, and smoke filled haze across the pool room. Plenty of dodgy looking guys hanging around
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Re: Sunday Pinball Questionnaire - part 70 - ghali
« Reply #17 on: April 17, 2013, 08:51:39 AM »

Whats wrong with the way i spell are-k'd?  I speak england good!
I live in Reservoir, warehouse is on Northcote, 10-15 mins drive depending on traffic. Saying that, I couldn't call myself a pinhead if I didn't have a few table set up at home!!...I have 3 in my kitchen!


I grew up in Reservoir, and there were several locations that Dad had games in - Delfino's and Top Room in Edwards St. Along High St there were several other haunts and coffee shops.

There's a warehouse full of pins in Nothcote !  && &&
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Re: Sunday Pinball Questionnaire - part 70 - ghali
« Reply #18 on: April 21, 2013, 07:58:31 PM »
Great read and welcome aboard.
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