Wined, Dined and sharp of mind.

Ah, I love the smell of dehydration in the morning. Methinks my enthusiasm for the creamy pasta and wine provided last night by darkpoint and realtan at their lovely place in Penge has left me feeling a little world weary this morning.

easterbunny and I trundled along (after some navigational wavering on both our parts) and were met with tasty foods, pleasant conversations and perplexing boardgames. Got to meet Helen, their roommate (WINOLJ?), who seems lovely and suitably random to fit nicely into their household. :)

Discovered that the bunny and I could easily become board game geeks with little to no effort, and that the Loonie Labs product range is certainly in need of further exploration. Rocking evening guys, thanks heaps!

In other news, I'm off to join B this evening up in Cambridge for further tasty food and a night in a very pleasant looking B&B, followed by a weekend of music (the playing/singing of) and a mission to finish billyabbott's whisky. Splendid.
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> Loonie Labs

Andrew Loonie is one cool dude. But he has produced a few duds.

But we could say that of every gaming company - and I bet most people disagree to which are the 'duds' ;-)
Absolutely. I don't agree with his whole hippie thing. I think Stoner Fluxx is pointless and Aquarius looked a bit dull. But Fluxx itself is great and Chrononauts is perhaps the best science fiction time travel card game ever!

If everyone thought a game was crap then they wouldn't make any money or sell it