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Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 01 Feb 2016, 08:45
by Makena
Healthy start to the month

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Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 01 Feb 2016, 20:39
by CherryRed
I freaking love Macca's breaky.

Anyway, scored us tickets to this:

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Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 02 Feb 2016, 21:25
by CherryRed
A manicure, just because... normally go natural/french but decided to live on the edge with raunchy red this week.

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Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 04 Feb 2016, 20:40
by Nekosan
My local Dan Murphys have a pretty average selection of scotch.... not happy jan


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Also bought some moobrew hefeweizen to try something more local.

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Aint nobody impressed with those tiny ass bottles...

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 04 Feb 2016, 22:15
by CherryRed
Hoegaarden *Snigger*

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 04 Feb 2016, 22:27
by Nekosan
I'm not sold on that Moo Brew, too bitter, too carbonated.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 09:07
by kharis
looks like i'll be purchasing something clutch related for my car today, it won't go into gear and i had to get a tow last night

good times

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 09:57
by Disco
Nekosan wrote:I'm not sold on that Moo Brew, too bitter, too carbonated.
I've been tempted to try it, but it's not cheap

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 11:20
by Ralph Wiggum
A bunch of DLC for Arkham Knight which is currently 40% off on Steam. Mostly story/mission based stuff.

And a second hand copy of The Nathan Drake Collection on PS4 off ebay.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 11:25
by Dinofreak
Nekosan wrote:My local Dan Murphys have a pretty average selection of scotch.... not happy jan
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You picked a good one though, I really like Bowmore.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 11:40
by Disco
Can't say I'm a fan if Islay whiskies, very peaty and not to my palate at all - last one I tried was a laphroaig 10 year and I ended up drinking it mixed :lol: Still tasted bad.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 11:54
by Dinofreak
Disco wrote:Can't say I'm a fan if Islay whiskies, very peaty and not to my palate at all - last one I tried was a laphroaig 10 year and I ended up drinking it mixed :lol: Still tasted bad.
I like a bit of peat but not something that is dominated by it, Bowmore is very light for an Islay and doesn't have much peat at all. I'm pretty fond of the Highland whiskies to give you some idea of where my tastes sit.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 12:00
by Disco
Highland scotches aren't bad, but I have a preference for the sweeter american scotches and bourbons personally - I don't get the wanky cool factor, but I do enjoy it more :)

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 12:10
by Dinofreak
Just drink whatever you enjoy. My latest bottle of Maker's Mark is disappearing a lot faster than I intended, far too easy to drink.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 12:29
by Disco
Dinofreak wrote:Just drink whatever you enjoy. My latest bottle of Maker's Mark is disappearing a lot faster than I intended, far too easy to drink.
I agree with you, that stuff is delicious too - I recently stumbled on a spiced rum that I'm seriously enjoying which is cheap too, Buckeye Classic Golden Spiced Rum - goes down a treat with some ice and coke on a hot day.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 15:43
by Nekosan
Disco wrote:Can't say I'm a fan if Islay whiskies,

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I'd rate the moo brew a notworthit/10, bottles too small, price too high, taste not worth the bother.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 16:04
by Disco
I'd rather drink wine from a box than drink an Islay scotch :P

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 16:13
by linxus
The February Humble Monthly - had Alien: Isolation on my radar for a while, and as it's the early-sub bonus for this coming month... Having looked at previous monthlies, $17ish Aussie should be good value.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 18:22
by kablekill
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Land for a House. Now I just need to get the builders put a house on it.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 19:31
by Ralph Wiggum
Congrats dude. First you need to scrap enough concrete, steel and wood. I suggest laying down concrete shack foundations for a level surface... :D

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 19:54
by storm84
Dinofreak wrote:Just drink whatever you enjoy. My latest bottle of Maker's Mark is disappearing a lot faster than I intended, far too easy to drink.
That tends to happen when I buy Maker's Mark too. Though I think part of it is that I put it in the "everyday" category, while leaving my more expensive whiskeys for the odd occasion.

That said, latest Maker's bottle I bought was the Maker's 46, and I've barely touched that since opening it despite how easy it is to drink.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 20:12
by kablekill
Ralph Wiggum wrote:Congrats dude. First you need to scrap enough concrete, steel and wood. I suggest laying down concrete shack foundations for a level surface... :D
Thanks Ralph, need to find a few cars to scrap. Might see if the neighbours wouldn't mind if I take down their derelict house for scrap first tho. :thumbup:

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 05 Feb 2016, 21:58
by Yurtles
Leatherman Sidekick

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I don't know, not exactly what I wanted, 50% of those attachments I'll never use. But it does have the bits I did want along with the useless ones and this one had the least superfluous crap for the price. Honestly why don't they just do a "build you own" version? They'd make a fortune.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 06 Feb 2016, 09:33
by Disco
Production costs I imagine, easier to make 5 different models than 500! Nice choice though, I do wish my Wave had a belt clip, Might look into that as there is probably one that just bolts on.

Re: Show us your latest purchase - February 2016

Posted: 06 Feb 2016, 13:47
by Bicketybam
Ralph Wiggum wrote:Congrats dude. First you need to scrap enough concrete, steel and wood. I suggest laying down concrete shack foundations for a level surface... :D
Excuse me, are you going to use those cups? I need to break them down to make my toilet.... :lol: