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Who else is playing with kids Scoubi-Doos?

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Milliways Mon 16-May-05 22:02:34

My DD bought some of these to take on a school trip (long coach journey). DS wanted a go, but I had to look at the website to see how to start & continue them. Now I keep wanting to have a go!

Am I just sad, or has anyone else had a go?

Nimme Mon 16-May-05 22:04:07

Definitely sad - me I like to steal DD's gameboy when I can wrestle myself away from MN - obviously much superior!

Milliways Mon 16-May-05 22:06:05

- Ok - I like The Sims as well! And I'm very competitive on the playstation

Nimme Mon 16-May-05 22:07:08

Haven't splashed out on playstation yet - do you think DD2 first birthday is too soon??

RTKangaMummy Mon 16-May-05 22:08:15

What are they?

Milliways Mon 16-May-05 22:11:07

addictive long plastic shoelace type things that you knot into bracelets etc.

Milliways Mon 16-May-05 22:11:43

And you can get them in the 99p shop - so cheap fun

RTKangaMummy Mon 16-May-05 22:13:50

oh I see Thanks for link

Do boys craze about them too?

Or is it more for girls?

Milliways Mon 16-May-05 22:16:36

My DS is hooked, as are a lot of boys in his class. The school have issued a ban on unmade Scoubis as kids are playing with them in the classroom! (as were Tamagotchis). You can get black & white only ones, or multicoloured. Almost like French Knitting in plastic!

RTKangaMummy Tue 17-May-05 00:11:36

Will ask DS what he thinks then

Thanks for the thread

jura Tue 17-May-05 00:41:13

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Fimbo Tue 17-May-05 07:13:30

My dd got some on Saturday which I fiddle with when she has gone to bed. We got them in Claires Accessories for £2.00

angelp Tue 17-May-05 07:31:42

I went to my sisters and my niece had them and yes - totally hooked. Wish DD was old enough to play then I could buy some and pretend they were for her!

Listmaker Tue 17-May-05 12:57:30

Yes I'm hooked too! My dds are a bit young to master them but I got my dp's girls to show me. I spent ages trying to work it out and was so chuffed when I did! Then I bought a book and can now now 4 or 5 patterns!! Very sad but itis addictive and something to do with my hands of an evening - rather than reaching for the chocolate!!

Now just got to find something to do with them all!

SoupDragon Tue 17-May-05 14:39:08

couple of links on this thread

Milliways Tue 17-May-05 15:48:45

This site is brilliant. Loads of new stiches clearly photographed step-by-step. I think Boondoggleman would be a great MN name!

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