b3ta.com user harribo
You are not logged in. Login or Signup
Profile for harribo:
Profile Info:

My name is Harribo and I live in Linconshire. And I also go to the University of Lincoln.

Fave Drink:

Fave TV Show:
Red Dwarf!

Fave pastimes:
Doing anything computery, wasting time etc.

Fave place:
Hastings, Down South - I'm not sure why.

Fave Quotes:
Bum Grapes!
Proper Job!
Twat Flicker!
Minge Biscuit!
I've started to use:
You fucking Cranberry!

This is the famous Quo Shooter game that I've made: Click here to play!

Here's some vector art that I've made:
This is me, Yay!

Here's Harry!


Recent front page messages:


Best answers to questions:

» Impromptu Games You Play

This is a game, we always play when on the road.
Ahh, the number plate game. I'm sure loads of you play this or some other variation while on the road, our version goes like this: Spot a number plate and try to rearrange the letters/numbers into a word. If the word is already in order the letters score double, but this excludes numbers. For example:

From this mini we would be able to get the word "FUN" for 6 points as it is in order. We could also get "F0X" but this would only get us 3 as this word is not in order. If the first word "FUN" was spotted and called by your competitor you would be allowed to call "FOX" as it is a different word.

Here's another example:

From this number plate we could get the word "K3G" meaning keg. We would score double points on the letters but no double scoring for the numbers, so "K3G" would be worth 5 points.

Players continue spotting and scoring until the a player gets to 100 or the driver crashes for not concentrating on the road.
(Tue 30th Mar 2004, 9:20, More)

» Breakin' The Law

Well there was this one time when...
In the month of sept '03 I was learning to drive, I was doing this round the erm, grand Town of Grimsby. I pull up, one lesson, to a set of traffic lights and being that lights were red and I was at the front of the queue I slipped on the hand-brake and waited for them to go orange (I'm not waiting for green! :p). A few seconds later a police car comes screaming down the road to the left with sirens and lights on full. The lights go to amber but with the copper-carrier being so close now and indication to go down the road I'm on I let them proceed. At this point the car is fast approaching me, I get a good look at the police lady driving. She sees me and proceeds to rapidly slow down and stops in front of the junction, leaving me a clear path to proceed (the lights are now green). My mind now starts trying to work out why a police car, with sirens and with the right of way is stopping for me. I glance across to Trevor, my driving tutor who is equally as confused as me. I gave the police lady driving a look as if to say 'why in all the land of choclate buggery have you stopped for me?' she then signalled with her hands as if to say 'you dozy twat, get a move on!' In the end I pull forward and cross the path of the cop car, still with that expression on my face. I felt special! 8-)
(Fri 9th Jan 2004, 0:59, More)

» Pet Names

Well our cat Mitzi isn't interesting,
Except for the fact that she isn't our cat. She comes round to our house on a daily basis and spends most of the day there. We don't feed her or encourage her, she just likes freeloading.
(Wed 25th Feb 2004, 13:50, More)

» Slang Survey

Here's a few me and my mates are using at the mo'
1. Proper Job! :: as used by a bloke who appeared on scrapheap challenge a while back.

2. Top Bombing! :: as used in one of the John Smith's ads, getting a bit old now.

3. Minge Biscuit :: one of mine, I don't think anyone else uses it!
(Mon 2nd Feb 2004, 13:11, More)