OMG, What have I done????

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  1. DTSFan2001

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    I can't believe I just did this. I was looking through Movietyme.com and suddenly I accidentally pressed "buy" on the HD-A1 and a copy of Serenity! I went to click empty basket and clicked checkout and in a fit of panic started hammering the keyboard. In remarkable odds, I managed to hit the keys which corresponded to not only my name/address etc, I inputted my credit card number too! I'm stuck with it now. Anyone got any idea of what I can do?



    I know!


    :arty:

    I suddenly got the impulse! lol
     
  2. sbowler

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    Couldnt guess the odds on that happening eh.:eek: :cool:
     
  3. Abbeygoo

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    Can you believe the odds on that?

    It happens to me all the time with the DVDs for sale forum on here. Can't resist. Enjoy the purchase - better than the money going to waste eh? :smashin:
     
  4. UrbanT

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    Thats a very strange coincidence, exactly the same thing happened to me last week??????
     
  5. Steve.EX

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    Really?
    I thought it was a virus that installed itself on a pc after visiting this forum?
     
  6. mray

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    Haha!
    I think your fingers have been possessed by the spirit of abihsot. Not many are able to resist.
    I wasn't!
     
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    thats weird exactly what happened to me last week..must be the american keboard i was using.. had my missus throw it in the bin and bought a good old british one..heh heh ;) ;) ;)
     
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    Haha
    I wish i had those odds when doing the lottery:D
     
  9. Steve.EX

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    Fortunately for me my PC did not contract this vile virus. However as wespeak my friend is over on the east coast and has inadvertently knocked 2 off a shelf into his shopping trolley and bought them completely by accident for me.
    Which was nice. Especially at £240 each!
     
  10. JUS

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    I'm ganna offer you some good advice...cancel that copy of Serenity! Jeez...I haven't seen bad acting like that since...since...jeez this is hard...since...El Dorado :eek:

    Congrats on the other purchase though :D
     
  11. Rasczak

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    Serenity is a brilliant movie! Best SciFi for ages (which in itself isn't possibly saying that much).
     
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    El Dorado :rotfl:

    I remember that :eek:
     
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    But Benny claims "Miss Diane" said it was not better than crossroads! :eek: :rotfl: Runs and hides in the nearest corner, as this is getting silly.
     
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    do you mean the bbc Eldorado?? i was an extra in Eldorado...
     
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    As a way of penance for my previous remark I have just ordered an XA1 along with 11 HD-DVD's. As an aside I notice that Movietyme appear to be out of A1's again. These things are indeed selling pretty quick as mentioned in the other thread about HD-DVD take up.
     
  16. richard plumb

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    while they are selling well I'm sure the price will remain stable. Course, if they want me as a customer all they have to do is drop below my largely made-up £400 threshold...
     

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