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you could ride  the record wave on your vinyl surfboard???

 

Isn't that a wav?

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"Grooverider" has to be one of the best DJ names ever....

 

 

 

 

 

:)

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This type buys "vinyls"

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....and thinks he invented that look rather than Ned Kelly ; ) Edited by Telecine

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This type buys "vinyls"

 

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Nah, they didn't have 'vinyls' in Ned Kelly's day.

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Enough about that hipster wanker already :lol:

 

I'm sick of looking at him

 

 

 

;)

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He doesn't look anything like his avatars

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So do we play them on a record player or a turntable?

I work at a school and most of the kids say vinyl.

But when they talk about more than one, it's there record collection.

I have never heard anyone say check out my vinyl collection.

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So do we play them on a record player or a turntable?

I work at a school and most of the kids say vinyl.

But when they talk about more than one, it's there record collection.

I have never heard anyone say check out my vinyl collection.

You work at a school and don't know the difference between "their" and "there"?

Hope you're not a teacher........

:wacko:

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There thread is not about there vinyls .

Maybe it's about there records.

And maybe I do teach there kids lol !

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opps

Edited by MC240

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This is what your typical hipster looks like, he is to be avoided at all costs (never ever invite them to a gtg) they are now making solid in roads into the audio world they use terms like vinyl to describe records, over the last couple of years these try hard's have also invaded the motorcycling world in particular to my great distress they've latched onto the cafe racer scene. If see one in your local motorcycle garage or record shop CHUCK f@3kin ROCKS AT EM.

 

 

This type buys "vinyls"

 

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This type buys "vinyls"

 

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And rides fixies.

 

On a tweed ride:

 

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I can accept that language changes. One is almost forced to use vinyl these days, as in "I bought it on vinyl", but using the term vinyls as a plural noun is not a language changing, it is a language being mangled.

 

DS

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I'll also add, fwiw, vinyls is not a new term, I first heard it about 20 years ago

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I know this is OT but as we are dipping our toes in the Hipster pool.... This is absolute genius. But only if you've seen American Psycho...

 

Outstanding !

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There thread is not about there vinyls .

Maybe it's about there records.

And maybe I do teach there kids lol !

They're over there with their records.

;)

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I'll also add, fwiw, vinyls is not a new term, I first heard it about 20 years ago

And what 20 years is not new?

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F@#k,I've had problems with the last 3 LP's i've bought

 

One was damaged,another the seller left out the inner sleeve and then lost it(apparently) and another sent me a boot!! I'm getting refunds for all of them.WTF is going on.See what happens when sellers get greedy.

Edited by masliko

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And what 20 years is not new?

Half a life time ago

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This type buys "vinyls"

 

men+2014+hair+trends+fashion+hairstyles+

How to be a man,(for efiminates)....grow a beard,get tattoo's,join a PC leftard group,help protect cuddley little animals  & refugees,whilst Australian families are living on the streets,scream at the government to protect every minorities rights whilst not doing anything  about any of it with your own time or money.

Edited by masliko

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Surely, masliko, the plural of vinyl is divinyls?

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Are hipsters the most hated trend ever?

:lol:

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Hipsters, ruining everything since......

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Are hipsters the most hated trend ever?

:lol:

Metal heads and according to the paper today young royalists are a new sub sect

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I can remember the term Vinyl being used way back, but this was in the manufacturing plant, not amongst the record buying public.

 

Lacquer, Master, Mother, Stamper and Vinyl or Pressing.

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Surely, masliko, the plural of vinyl is divinyls?

 

But only for double albums.

 

Wings Over America and Dylan's Masterpieces compilation are Trivinyls.

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