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4 minutes ago, Cryptocorynus said:

This, I think, is the funniest, most witty one yet. 

yep defs winning so far!

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We might have to make witty/funny comments a norm.

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Thought I'd get in early "B4" everyone else!

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I hope i dont get B10 to the prizes. Pretty crap but its all i got haha

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F4

Sorry Alan, Was already gone

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A4 for me today

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A15

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F15

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Strike Eagle

That was my other pick for today ;)

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1D

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Dunno if I can live with myself after that one...

 

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Geese i dont know whats available lol iZJkgNkCroX6gvDfMrl9gpPV1YgQjJp9vve9hXuE

 

B1. hopefully not gone cause in on my phone lol. Come on banana u can do it!! Mr lucky

 

Wtg every1 copying u wont beat me though

 

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On 10/05/2016 at 5:54 AM, Cryptocorynus said:

E2

Congrats @Cryptocorynus

You have won price number 1. Please pm me your address, Thanks.

I was sick as a dog yesterday so I wasnt checking up properly but this thread has become EPIC.

Loving the pick with a Pic! haha Once the last prize has been found I will award a bonus prize with the pick with the most likes. So make sure you like the most creative pick.

Only prize 3 left!

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Congrats @Cryptocorynus.

Always good to see a new member win.

You have won some good prizes there, especially that TDS meter.

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8 minutes ago, jayc said:

You have won some good prizes there, especially that TDS meter.

Yeah I purchased one of the TDS meters recently and I really like it.

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29 minutes ago, Santa said:

F6 please

I am not nearly as witty as everyone else in here sadly

Its okay santa ur good at making toys and spreading cheer to children!!

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1 minute ago, Mitch91 said:

B12

 

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