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Josephine Posted: Jan 15th 2008

Hey, cool avatar, Mark the Shark! :D


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 15th 2008

Another one of your earth-breaking novels Josephine! Squigly, my avatar is the film Ratatouille. Have you seen it? It's absoutley incredible!;)


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 15th 2008

Oh, and I didn't notice there was a new page. Thanks, Josephine. I didn't see your comment. I didn't know there was a page 5!;)


Josephine Posted: Jan 15th 2008

OOoh, no worries, Mark the Shark! :)

I'm chuffed to mintballs that I have finally got round to sharing my findings with regard that hare-raising Stockport legend ... and equally chuffed to Uncle Joe's famous confectionery that it has not disappointed anyone so far, including the epilogue (end bit).

I haven't seen Ratatouille yet - especially as I love cooking and watching chefs do their stuff. It looks truly awesome! I'll get the DVD and watch it at home... and savour every moment, like I do with & !


squigly Posted: Jan 16th 2008

Great one, Josephine. Do I sense a sequel brewing, perhaps?;)

Mark, yes I saw Ratatouille. I liked it better than Flushed Away. Now I see that's the Eiffel Tower far off in the distance. But what's in the foreground?


Josephine Posted: Jan 16th 2008

When I venture into Stockport once more, squigly, I'll dig up more dirt (and carrots, cabbage, parsnips, broccoli, sprouts etc.) about the Medieval Were Rabbit of Medieval Stockport.

I see little Ratatouille in the foreground, the River Seine - if he fell into the water, he'd be in-Seine - and more beautiful buildings forming the Paris skyline.

Mark the Shark! Where for art thou?!!?!


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 16th 2008

Yes, Ratatouille was good however, it was only slightly better than Flushed Away, which was also great. Good old language impersonation, Josephine!:D


Josephine Posted: Jan 16th 2008

Kind sir, I am much obliged to you!


squigly Posted: Jan 17th 2008

Josephine, you had me falling off the chair with your little wordplay...in-Seine?!? You truly are (in the good sense of the word).

Hey Mark, now that you've discovered how to change your avatar, I do believe you've changed it about four times in about as many days!


Josephine Posted: Jan 17th 2008

squigly, dear heart! I shall take that as a warm-hearted compliment. My name is Josephine and I am a fruitcake!

Mark the Shark! You certainly believe in variety, don't you????


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 17th 2008

Yes, I would say I have changed it a very lot Squigly. In fact, I'm just about to change it! ;) Yes, I do believe in variety Josephine.:D


Josephine Posted: Jan 17th 2008

It is the spice of life!


Mark the shark Posted: Jan 19th 2008

It sure is!;)


Mark the shark Posted: Feb 14th 2008

I have once again changed it:;) to Morph waving!


MARLOW NATHAN Posted: Feb 23rd 2008

i went and met him


Mark the shark Posted: Feb 24th 2008

Er. Who?:-|


vittle Posted: Mar 9th 2008

Aadman has once striked again with this cool new board game i am putting it on my list!


jordan Posted: Mar 9th 2008

can you belive i still havent bought one either! probs be a birthday pressie now


n4b Posted: Mar 17th 2008

The game looks brilliant cant wait to buy it.


Mark the shark Posted: Mar 20th 2008

Hello guys!;)


vfrancisv Posted: Mar 22nd 2008

Will the game be sold in the United States? I sure would like to get one! I would also like to see Bitzler included in the game pieces.


skyman Posted: Apr 19th 2008

Great game - just one question on the rules:

When leading sheep home do you have to throw an exact number to land on the 'home' spot or just sufficient to reach the square?




Gromit7 Posted: Apr 19th 2008

Wow, I wish I lived in london!! That looks like so much fun! I'd play as Gromit or Feathers every time!


Mark the shark Posted: Apr 19th 2008

Hi gromit7. Welcome to the site!:D


katie Aardman Staff Posted: May 2nd 2008

Hi Skyman - you just need to roll sufficient to reach the square, it doesn't have to be the exact number.


black Posted: May 4th 2008

coooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooool!


Jumping Jack Flash Posted: May 12th 2008

Hi

We had great fun yesterday. I played it with my mother and brother. We used the german translation - There are just little bits to correct. I think it must be a hard job to play it by six persons. Always rustling...

Ciao
;)


bronny8425 Posted: May 13th 2008

I really want to meet nick park but i cant cause i cant go boohoo:'(:'(:'(:'(:'(


mud Posted: Jul 10th 2008

hey anyone is the board game going to be in the U.S?
:-(


Bigmansham Posted: Aug 1st 2008

what about the robot from a grand day out?


Mai Posted: Aug 24th 2008

Is there any chance of Nick coming to Lincolshire of Yorkshire??

The other two places are quite a bit away from where I live :'(

Mai

xxx


Mai Posted: Aug 24th 2008

I dnt no how to add friends??


anthony 123 Posted: Aug 25th 2008

how much would the game cost and will it be in te shops in
coventry ??




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