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Brainiac
28-09-2005, 06:49 AM
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Brainiac

It started yesterday. It was made in the UK so I was wondering if any of you watched or used to watch it (depends if it's still on the television over there!) :kid:
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28-09-2005, 06:56 AM
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It was on Sky 1 over here Jakey. I watched a couple of them cos my son loves any programme where they blow things up ... all in the name of science of course!


One of the presenters is an ex-Big Brother UK contestant, Jon Tickle.

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28-09-2005, 06:58 AM
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OK cool.

Yeah I noticed that they just blew things up. One thing didn't blow up so they got explosives and did it anyway. :kid:
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28-09-2005, 09:02 AM
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All our family love this program, even my 4 and 6 year old.

We are on series 3 at the moment I think, and last week they had people eating a plate of peas to see which was the most effective way of eating them.
The traditional scoop method, the squash and scoop method, or the stab method.
The traditional scoop method won.:w00t:

And last series they had John Tickle walking on custard in a swimming pool, but when he stopped still, he sank, fabbo program:thumbsup:

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28-09-2005, 09:24 AM
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Andrea Wrote:And last series they had John Tickle walking on custard in a swimming pool, but when he stopped still, he sank, fabbo program:thumbsup:

Did he die ???? Was there an ambulence team on standby :shocking: :bag:

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28-09-2005, 09:57 AM
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Bonsai Wrote:Did he die ???? Was there an ambulence team on standby :shocking: :bag:

Lol Bonnie, the pool wasn't that deep, so he sank down to his knees, but it was really tough for them to pull him out because of the properties of the cornflour in the custard, when he tried to move it stuck to him really fast.

Actually you can do this experiment at home, well don't fill your swimming pool up with custard, (if you've got a swimming pool that is) but get a bowl, put in a mixture of cornflour and water, and when you tap the mixture it goes solid, but when you pick it up, it runs out of your fingers like a liquid.
My kids love doing this.

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28-09-2005, 11:49 AM
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I saw that one. Wasn't it amazing?! My boys love this programme. I don't mind it, but just wish Richard Hammond was a tad taller. :naughty:
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28-09-2005, 11:56 AM
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Patsy Wrote:but just wish Richard Hammond was a tad taller. :naughty:

Oh i dont know, i think he is quite perfect just the way he is :w00t:

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29-09-2005, 11:45 AM
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ooooh me too. LURVE Richard.........[wheres the drool smilie?! :laugh:] Got a real 'knowing' way about him.


Bet you he's great in the sack race....:cool2:





oooh I've gone all tingly... Blush

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29-09-2005, 04:27 PM
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lol... :laugh:
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