Jagfest_UK wrote:I can't exactly remember but I am pretty sure it was one of the Activision games for the 2600, I think it was Frostbite but not sure.
Anyway my idiot of the day is a guy in America who just offered me $6 including shipping for Radar Lock on the 2600, I just politely informed him it will cost more than that just to post it now the rates have gone up.
crusto wrote:Why do people think they can just pay (or not pay) when they see fit?
I sold 2 games to an overseas bidder on Sunday, the auction states that if you are an overseas bidder then please ask for postage costs. They obviously didnt and now it seems that they dont like the £13 Airsure costs incurred for shipping to Australia, no contact, nothing. It seems as though they arent going to pay as things stand. How long is it before you can mark it as unpaid?
Another one (uk this time) won a game for just £2.65, again on Sunday. Why cant they just pay when they win? If they pay up I might decide to take up to 5 days before I post to them.
if i win can i cum pikit up and if so wer wud it be pikd up from
Antiriad2097 wrote:I'd be tempted to tell that one they can't have it as they obviously shouldn't be touching electrical sockets on their own.
IronMaidenRule wrote:I want to be a mighty warrior that can give people Vajjazles with a swing of his mighty sword, and also replenish health with communal Merkins!....I would like to be called....Norman!