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  1. My son likes wearing the outfit of his favourite characters for same reasons you mentioned. Hes only got superhero costumes like Thor, batman, spider man and he too liked the killer clown. He wanted the doc from back to the future outfit but we could not get one small enough as he was two at the time. He called back to the future the doc movie for some time which I think is fair enough as he's my favourite character from that movie. I can see you explaining everything to your kid very thoroughly so he will be fine with all that horror stuff even if he's a bit young. I can easily spend loads of time reading up on all things horror related. It's fascinating. I watched nightmare on elm Street when I was ten and some other horror films like Halloween plus a load of action movies I was too young to watch. I've turned out ok. They were not that scary movies imo. My son is a big fan of the villains too. Darth Vader is his favourite star wars character by along way. I do my best to explain what he's like. It did put my son off for a time but he still likes darth. My son is easily scared unlike your kid. My nephew lives for frights which creates arguements when they meet up. . Your kid must have got the horror stuff from school as my son picks up all sorts from school and some of it requires little talks. It's mostly the swear words and insults 🤫 Heavy metal artwork is a favourite of his especially with skulls. Iron maiden. Megadeth are some of his favourites.its nice to hear others who appreciate extreme in a healthy way. Your kid will probably get a job at shreikers or similar bwhen he's older for a summer job. You pay to go to an abandoned mental hospital or similar type venue at night and all these enthusiastic horror fans do there best to scare you to shitting point☺️I've been once. Only once
  2. Thanks Johan. Pleased to meet another tor fan. It's my favourite label at the moment. What are your favourite tor bands?
  3. It's sad that Andrew Symonds the Aussie cricketer has died today. I remember seeing him play at London oval for a champions trophy group match against new Zealand in 2004 and what a fantastic batting performance. Loads of 4s and big attacking play as I remember. Rip Andrew.
  4. I pre-ordered new album by sisyphean called colours of faith from transcending obscurity records. Dissonant black metal. New subgenre to me. I'm liking the preview tracks very much
  5. My 5 year old son would like this picture but he has never watched little mermaid all the way through because it's too scary apparently.
  6. WWE stopped the use of getting whacked by steel chairs in the head. Although that was more a decision to make it more suitable for younger fans but does prove things can change. Re rugby I can't remember speaking to anyone who wants the hits taken out of the sport. Certainly in union I'd like to see all that lying on the ground sped up after a breakdown🥱 apparently once you've played the game or understand the rules you actually like all that. Could be true. When I used to play cricket I enjoyed test matches more. Now Ive stopped I struggle to watch test matches without 😴
  7. Ok so not much happening in Australia re this. In England the subject is not going away but again not much is happening. I would say things will change if there's enough of these stories and press and enough people want it. A big study might also push it too especially if it gets enough support. Maybe some of the heavy hits will be outlawed and other parts of the game will come to fore and there will be more points scored. Maybe just maybe the team hug at the start will be as physical as it gets😂
  8. Thanks for the info. Rabbitohs are a team I've heard of years before the takeover by Mr crowe. It's an original name for sure and was perplexed by the name. Now I know. Is the issue of concussion a thing in Australia. In England there are more and more players who are having big issues after retirement like Steve Thompson who won 2003 world cup with England of course.😉now he can't even remember his kids names. In same interview he is quoted as saying I wish I'd never played to begin with. Could rugby rules be altered so the big hits don't happen nearly as much perhaps dishing out match bans for each unnecessarily big hit. Just an idea. Rugby could still retain what makes it great but with less long term cost to the players once there retired.
  9. He looks like rabbi after a few too many sherbets☺️
  10. New one from et moriemur mixing atmospheric doom with Japanese themes featuring choir, cellos,harps bits and some Japanese instruments I can't pronounce. It's so niche I'm thinking, really is because most people who like traditional Japanese stuff will not like the metal bits and the metal singing. where I'd say it's probably got not enough metal music in it for the metal fan to like. I don't think I've spoken to anyone who likes it apart from me. It was well reviewed. Also a shame the band does not tour outside Czech Republic much? I'm not aware of much tours.
  11. Four doses I've had bud. 💪🦾☺️ I've got a health condition so my life sucks. This was a small positive I got out of it.
  12. I like mark riddick artwork too. That t shirt is cool. My son would like it as he's well in to skulls and dinosaurs. Well looks like that to me. I have a recent fetid zombie album. My kids like the picture even if it scares them a little bit. Mrs blaacdoom does not like them seeing it. It's certainly a change from Peppa pig 😁
  13. I've pre-ordered conjurer album called pathos. It's there nuclear blast debut. I'm liking preview tracks. Melodic and doomy.
  14. That guy think it was you who have mentioned that rugby union is a rich persons sport and league is for everyone else in Australia. I googled why rugby is still working class sport in wales and read about the great rugby schism in great Britain when union split from league. It was all about money. Article was very interesting. Tbh I always thought it strange that union was an amateur game until recently in England whilst top level football was professional. And Wales kept on playing union in a big way as they liked beating England who were weakened by the union and league split there. Beating England alot at rugby was something they liked alot. Lots of 🏆trophies I'm guessing for wales.
  15. Yeah it was a good recommendation. The songs are very good imo with the music video. Frantic i liked alot. I googled it and it's listed as metal/alt metal/nu metal/groove metal so we're all right. I can't see the metal tag but I can hear all the other genres in it. I've been listening to transcending obscurity records stuff from there you tube feed. A range of stuff which I like some of alot. What you been spinning ☺️
  16. makes the world more interesting that some people hate something whilst others like the album. With st anger it's a 6/10 album overall for me but there's alot of there other albums I prefer it to.You could say I'm not there biggest fan as die hard fans would like all there stuff whilst I mainly like the first 3 albums. I agree st anger is bit repetitive, the lyrics are not exactly inspired all the time, the drums sound don't work for me and lack of solos. 😞A good few solo would have improved it alot. Still I like listening to it somewhat.
  17. Thanks for the link. It was interesting. The presenters on the UK show i like more. They are very passionate and keen and a little bit eccentric which I like. The food factory program goes into more detail about how the machines work which I find interesting too. I tried doing a link but I struggle with tech and it didn't work 🤗
  18. My brother gave me a load of salmon. Didn't know what to do with it so fried it till nice and crispy.No seasoning needed. I think it was Yummy😋
  19. Clotted blood in the veins is bad. Clotted cream on food equals for me 😋 maybe on chips would be good.
  20. I've been watching food factories on Smithsonian channel. Watching about how all those UK favourites are made is something I'm liking more than I'd thought.Never thought watching how baked beans, stone baked pizzas,pasta, biscuits etc were made would be so captivating. Anybody like this sort of program or are there programmes that were more interesting than you thought they could be.
  21. You convinced me to listen to it. Thanks again James t. It's by no means my favourite album but I like it more than dislike. I certainly like it more than nearly all the stuff I hear on the radio. No solos. I think it would have been better with solos. I'd have thought it have been to do with idea going around at time that solos were not needed for nu metal. In fact I can't remember why bands didn't play solos deliberately. Definitely it's there heavy attempt. What genre do you call it. Is it nu/groove metal.
  22. I had a cheese toastie with few dollops of clotted cream because I'm not a complete animal 😉. I liked it very much as first time for this. Bit indulgent but why not.
  23. I don't mind pink hi Vis really. No issue to me. I wear alot of hi Vis orange at work so the pink stuff is just another colour. Ok I gathered as much after I spoke to my dad re the mower with the pickup engine. He was convinced it would have issues. My dad does get things totally wrong sometimes so I was hoping this would be the case That's good to see more women taking up the trades. In UK I've not seen any women on the sites. I'm not a tradesman but when our sites are done up alot of tradespeople turn up and I can't remember any females doing the work. There's even a Google advert on you tube where a female bricklayer moans to a copresenter why there are not more women in construction.
  24. At least we agree that listening to what you like is important. It's obvious and I'm too old to care about trends. If I like the music. That's enough.
  25. What an honour. Blaze would definitely be called a legend a few times for wearing brown stained undies in that manner 😂
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