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    First memories of a Habbo Community.
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    By Ozzinator posted Nov 27th at 10:06 PM


     

    I've been on Habbo Hotel for quite a number of years now, starting back very briefly in 2001, ended up being hacked/scammed and leaving, then returning properly in 2002. I've been apart of many communities in various different areas and aspects of Habbo Hotel; I have joined various different Hogwarts (five if i'm counting right) as I am a big Harry Potter fan, joined a few Help Desks and joined a couple of militaries aswell. I've met many different kinds of people throughout my time and I have fond memories of some and not so fond memories of others.

    But my first memory of joining a Habbo community was way back in 2002 when I returned to Habbo. I browsed through a few rooms and eventually came across Dr.Evans' NHS Hospital. Now I know what you're thinking, hospital's on Habbo don't exactly have the best reputation but back then it was much more innocent, we actually did roleplay having injuries and the doctors and nurses that worked there did actually attempt to patch you up and the room was actually overseen by a group of moderators. Even though I enjoyed the roleplay, as I am an avid roleplayer (not anything saucy) that wasn't what I enjoyed the most. I began speaking to the moderators of the room, of which there was really far too many for such a small room, but really after speaking to them I found out it was more of a hangout for teens to come and chat to each other and we basically formed friendships (and enemies) within the group. I became one of the moderators there as some spaces had opened up and eventually made some awesome friends, some I still speak to today! We had all the basic Habbo dramas that still go on today, all the relationship issues and whatnot, but overall, I throughly enjoyed my time in that relatively small community, but it is a community that has given me some of the fondest of memories on Habbo.

    So, having had a brief insight into my first experiences, what about yours? Tell us your first memories of Habbo/joining Habbo Communities.


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    Black Friday
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    By Ozzinator posted Nov 27th at 10:03 PM

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    So, over the next 4 days or so an 'event' for want of a better word, called Black Friday is upon us.
    If you're not from the US of A, you may be wondering, what exactly is Black Friday? Fear not, I shall explain!

    Well, it's the day after Thanksgiving, where prices are slashed on alot of popular items, such as games consoles and other latest gadgets, so for all you wanting to have one of these but are unable to afford them, this is your best chance in getting your hands on them! If you're from the UK, you may think this sounds a lot like Boxing Day in terms of price cuts, but the best thing about Black Friday is, it's not the day after Christmas, so it's an excellent opportunity to buy Christmas presents for your loved ones at lower prices. In the UK, it has been growing bigger each year, starting a few years back in 2010. I imagine this has lots to do with the fact online shopping services have improved over the years, with more people using sites such as Amazon, which was one of the first main sites to push Black Friday deals from the US overseas. Other retailers have since joined in on the price cuts, such as Asda which is owned by America's biggest retailer, Walmart.

    This year is said to be busier than ever, with better deals and more retailers, Sainsbury's being one of them, becoming involved. It is also expected to be the biggest online shopping day of the year in 2014. It's not just Friday the deals are rolling in though, as of Wednesday i've seen various offers, some only offered for a certain amount of hours on sites like Game! Also, it's not just online these deals are taking place, in supermarkets for instance, they will also be running sales instore aswell.

    Look out online for great deals, tell your parents if you've asked for extravagent Christmas presents they might also want to take a look, you never know it may make them more likely to buy them for you!

    One word of advice, buy it if you REALLY want it, don't buy it just for the sake of it as that's not really saving yourself any money!


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    The December Rush
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    By Krazybethw posted Nov 27th at 08:06 PM




    As we are nearing December I thought I would write an article about Christmas shopping. Personally, I have nearly done all mine. I just need a few bits and pieces. I have also wrapped up everything I have got. (On the ball this year!) 

    However, so many people end up doing it last minute. My Dad for instance; he works on the Oil Rigs. He is currently still on them and then when he gets off he only has 3 weeks to get presents before he has to go back on. However, he asks everyone what they want. Makes a list and goes and gets it. This still obviously means he will have to rush around and see people all before he goes back to the Rig. Unfortunatly, I live about 150 Miles away from my family now so I won't get to see my Dad this year due to his work. 

    Anyway, back to my article. I am going to list some DO's and Don't's when Christmas Shopping. 


    DO:
    Start as early as you can. (If you haven't all ready)
    Wrap the presents the same day as you get them. (It just means in the end you won't have a mountain of presents to wrap)
    Look on-line for bargains. (This also applies for when shopping in town. I bought my sister a perfume set for £4.00 in one shop, went to another shop and the same set was £10.00)
    When buying clothes make sure you get a gift receipt to stick in with the present in case it was the wrong size.
    Be patient.(Queues get pretty big this time of year.)
    Look in supermarkets.(They often have 2 for deals etc.)
    Make a list. (Be prepared before you go shopping.)
    Buy something the person will like. (Not what you like)

    Don't:
    Don't spend heaps on one person unless they are your significant other etc.. (Last year I spent around £400 on christmas. My little brother got loads compared to everyone else.)
    Don't wait in a queue unless you really have to.(If its a generic present, try looking somewhere else first before you stand in a queue. It gets annoying if you have to do it regularly.)
    Don't go in all the expensive shops. (Some places sell the same for less.With the same quality)
    Don't go on a weekend.(As much as you can avoid them. Everyone will be off work and it will just be a mass of people.)
    Don't compromise on quality to save money. (People would rather something last ages than not at all)
    Don't leave price stickers on presents. (I've done this, this year and my partner won't let me unwrap it and re wrap as he says it's bad luck.)

    So, This is my list of DO's and Don't's.

    This year I have been a lot more careful on how much I spend as I don't have much spare money. I have spent around £110. A lot less than last year. 




    My Last Do's and Don't's are:

    Do Comment below and share your stories. But Don't spend all day on Habbox- Get shopping! 

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