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Re: The Doctor Who Toys.net Forum (Fake) Rule Book

Postby Deborah J » Wed Aug 29, 2018 7:46 am

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Oh, I have heard that before, I hadn't realised it was a real song. That dalek is adorable. Also, it sounds like the tune goes into "Blockbuster" for a bit near the start, can anyone else hear that? Just like it dips in and out of the intro to The Sweet's Blockbuster. Unless it's just my imagination.


I love the square dalek :lol:

He meets with a rather unfortunate end, though. :cry:
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Re: The Doctor Who Toys.net Forum (Fake) Rule Book

Postby Galifreyan » Wed Aug 29, 2018 1:42 pm

Deborah J wrote:
Galifreyan wrote:
Deborah J wrote:Oh, I have heard that before, I hadn't realised it was a real song. That dalek is adorable. Also, it sounds like the tune goes into "Blockbuster" for a bit near the start, can anyone else hear that? Just like it dips in and out of the intro to The Sweet's Blockbuster. Unless it's just my imagination.


I love the square dalek :lol:

He meets with a rather unfortunate end, though. :cry:


Tragic :cry:
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Re: The Doctor Who Toys.net Forum (Fake) Rule Book

Postby Deborah J » Wed Aug 29, 2018 2:45 pm

Galifreyan wrote:
Deborah J wrote:
Galifreyan wrote:
I love the square dalek :lol:

He meets with a rather unfortunate end, though. :cry:


Tragic :cry:

We could rebuild him? We have the technology. I mean literally we do, I have plenty of big cardboard boxes lying around.
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Re: The Doctor Who Toys.net Forum (Fake) Rule Book

Postby Galifreyan » Thu Aug 30, 2018 9:19 pm

Deborah J wrote:
Galifreyan wrote:
Deborah J wrote:He meets with a rather unfortunate end, though. :cry:


Tragic :cry:

We could rebuild him? We have the technology. I mean literally we do, I have plenty of big cardboard boxes lying around.


Let’s do it.

The square daleks could battle the round daleks. It could be the new Remembrance of the Daleks style civil war.
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Re: The Doctor Who Toys.net Forum (Fake) Rule Book

Postby Deborah J » Thu Aug 30, 2018 9:59 pm

Galifreyan wrote:
Deborah J wrote:
Galifreyan wrote:
Tragic :cry:

We could rebuild him? We have the technology. I mean literally we do, I have plenty of big cardboard boxes lying around.


Let’s do it.

The square daleks could battle the round daleks. It could be the new Remembrance of the Daleks style civil war.

Excet the round daleks are completely round, they're just dalek balls rolling about. Spherical daleks vs cubic daleks.
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Re: The Doctor Who Toys.net Forum (Fake) Rule Book

Postby The Empty Child » Fri Aug 31, 2018 6:40 pm

Deborah J wrote:
Galifreyan wrote:
Deborah J wrote:We could rebuild him? We have the technology. I mean literally we do, I have plenty of big cardboard boxes lying around.


Let’s do it.

The square daleks could battle the round daleks. It could be the new Remembrance of the Daleks style civil war.

Excet the round daleks are completely round, they're just dalek balls rolling about. Spherical daleks vs cubic daleks.


Evolution of the Daleks (2007).

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Re: The Doctor Who Toys.net Forum (Fake) Rule Book

Postby Deborah J » Fri Aug 31, 2018 6:45 pm

The Empty Child wrote:
Deborah J wrote:
Galifreyan wrote:
Let’s do it.

The square daleks could battle the round daleks. It could be the new Remembrance of the Daleks style civil war.

Excet the round daleks are completely round, they're just dalek balls rolling about. Spherical daleks vs cubic daleks.


Evolution of the Daleks (2007).

Revolution of the daleks.

Because... like... they revolve. Because they're round?

It's ok, I'll show myself out.
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Re: The Doctor Who Toys.net Forum (Fake) Rule Book

Postby Galifreyan » Thu Sep 06, 2018 12:49 am

Deborah J wrote:
The Empty Child wrote:
Deborah J wrote:Excet the round daleks are completely round, they're just dalek balls rolling about. Spherical daleks vs cubic daleks.


Evolution of the Daleks (2007).

Revolution of the daleks.

Because... like... they revolve. Because they're round?

It's ok, I'll show myself out.


How about Reimbursement of the Daleks, which sees Davros successfully winning a PPI claim.
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Re: The Doctor Who Toys.net Forum (Fake) Rule Book

Postby Deborah J » Thu Sep 06, 2018 6:02 am

Galifreyan wrote:
Deborah J wrote:
The Empty Child wrote:
Evolution of the Daleks (2007).

Revolution of the daleks.

Because... like... they revolve. Because they're round?

It's ok, I'll show myself out.


How about Reimbursement of the Daleks, which sees Davros successfully winning a PPI claim.

And they just have his head roll along on tank treads like Arnold Swatrtzeneger in that advert about PPI
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Re: The Doctor Who Toys.net Forum (Fake) Rule Book

Postby Galifreyan » Fri Sep 07, 2018 12:35 am

Deborah J wrote:
Galifreyan wrote:
Deborah J wrote:Revolution of the daleks.

Because... like... they revolve. Because they're round?

It's ok, I'll show myself out.


How about Reimbursement of the Daleks, which sees Davros successfully winning a PPI claim.

And they just have his head roll along on tank treads like Arnold Swatrtzeneger in that advert about PPI


Of course :lol:
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