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Re: What to do for New Year's Eve?

Postby Akimbo » Fri, 19 Dec 2014 12:56 pm

JR8 wrote:Well, that's what we did and it was a hoot. The fact I remember that specific NYE 20 years on probably speaks volumes. By midnight we were so 'lashed' the quiz descended into fun anarchy. No one had managed (AFAIR) to get the cork successfully across the pool either. More notable is the evening didn't become a drawn out focus on one single second, the whole evening (or in that case the whole PM) was riotously fun...


Haha, funny stuff JR8. That idea sounds awesome.

Well, one friend's quit on trying in Singapore and already bought a ticket to go to KL. And with that, the keys to the apartment with the BBQ place.

Jeez, at this point I'm totally regretting on not applying any unpaid leave on 28-29 so I can just stay in Sydney with my family during New Years... *sigh*
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Re: What to do for New Year's Eve?

Postby Akimbo » Fri, 19 Dec 2014 12:57 pm

*double post*
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Re: What to do for New Year's Eve?

Postby nakatago » Fri, 19 Dec 2014 12:57 pm

Akimbo wrote:Jeez, at this point I'm totally regretting on not applying any unpaid leave on 28-29 so I can just stay in Sydney with my family during New Years... *sigh*



Have you tried the Telstra App with Google Cardboard? Maybe if you hurry you can still order cardboard online and have it in time for NYE :P :mrgreen:

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Re: What to do for New Year's Eve?

Postby Akimbo » Fri, 19 Dec 2014 1:40 pm

I have a 4S, Nak... ](*,)
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Re: What to do for New Year's Eve?

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Re: What to do for New Year's Eve?

Postby Akimbo » Fri, 19 Dec 2014 3:11 pm

Again...I have a 4S, Nak... ](*,)

All the guides I've seen are using iPhone 5 at least! And they STILL slide in and out of the makeshift cardboards... because they're too small :lol:

That's what I've read from Google Cardboard's site, and also from your link above.
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Re: What to do for New Year's Eve?

Postby nakatago » Mon, 22 Dec 2014 11:22 am

Akimbo wrote:Again...I have a 4S, Nak... ](*,)

All the guides I've seen are using iPhone 5 at least! And they STILL slide in and out of the makeshift cardboards... because they're too small :lol:

That's what I've read from Google Cardboard's site, and also from your link above.


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