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pitch 63
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Dec 19, 2012, 12:38 PM

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Didn't Totopoly have a double sided board? One side for training and then the other side for the race.

That is my recollection too.


My Totopoly board is about 4 feet by 3 feet and it either folds out to double that size, or can be flipped over into the training only. However, perhaps one of you can answer something that I have never understood with the Totopoly race board and that is how the square for "burst a blood vessel" never covered the inside "lane" of the track and only applied to the other "lanes".


DonQuixote
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Escalado was every parents' nightmare...no wonder we were
sent out to play in the six weeks' holidays.

As for crib...one for his knob? what the fvck's that all about then???




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onion_bag
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Dec 31, 2012, 11:28 AM

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I enjoy Cribbage and have been playing since i was nine. My grandad taught me and we used to play for a shilling on the side !

We had a family game of Cluedo for the first time in many years recently and it was hilarious fun.



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Isaac
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I enjoy Cribbage and have been playing since i was nine. My grandad taught me and we used to play for a shilling on the side !

We had a family game of Cluedo for the first time in many years recently and it was hilarious fun.




Cluedo? That brings back a few memories..........Cornal Mustard in the cellar or something like that?Sly


DonQuixote
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Dec 31, 2012, 12:42 PM

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I enjoy Cribbage and have been playing since i was nine. My grandad taught me and we used to play for a shilling on the side !

We had a family game of Cluedo for the first time in many years recently and it was hilarious fun.


Was he two-ton Ted from Teddington?




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stourboy
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Dec 31, 2012, 6:10 PM

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Played and lost Articulate over the Christmas break Frown


paignton-nick
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Dec 31, 2012, 6:37 PM

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Wouldn't have a clue how to play Poker, Bridge, Whist etc.

Never played Chess or Cluedo.

Big fan of Scrabble and Monopoly and had countless boardgames when I was younger that I enjoyed - including Blockbusters & Go for Broke


Another board game to add to the one's above was Stratego, a sort of Civil War game where you had to capture the enemy (i.e. my mum or step-dad usually Angelic) flag, avoiding the bombs at all cost. Think it was made by MB Games?



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onion_bag
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Jan 2, 2013, 12:21 AM

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I enjoy Cribbage and have been playing since i was nine. My grandad taught me and we used to play for a shilling on the side !

We had a family game of Cluedo for the first time in many years recently and it was hilarious fun.


Was he two-ton Ted from Teddington?


No, but .....

My Grandad loved a widow, a lady known as Sue,
She lived all alone in Liddley Lane at number 22.
They said she was too good for him, she was haughty, proud and chic,
But Grandad got his cocoa there three times every week.


Wink



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DonQuixote
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I hope you had to Google those lyrics as anyone who knows
them off the top of his head is sadness personified.




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onion_bag
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I hope you had to Google those lyrics as anyone who knows
them off the top of his head is sadness personified.



Don... if truth be told, i had to google them just for a giggle !



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