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    For some reason the bit I remember most clearly is Slothrop having to eat all this revolting British candy before he can shag the London girl he's come to see, just because her landlady is offering them around and it'd be rude not to. Mint humbugs with Marmite centres, that sort of thing.
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    The custard pie fight is usually the first thing that comes to mind for me, that or the banana breakfast or Byron the Bulb. There's so much in there though.

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    The dude smoking Amanita muscaria spliffs.
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    The harmonica in the toilet, the orgy on the boat, the giant adenoid, the angels, the conversation between the two skin cells.

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    Padraig, it would be really cool to see you!

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    If you could put this off for two weeks I could give you a welcome youd never forget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid View Post
    If you could put this off for two weeks I could give you a welcome youd never forget.
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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    The custard pie fight is usually the first thing that comes to mind for me, that or the banana breakfast or Byron the Bulb. There's so much in there though.
    Octopus Grigori. The Potsdam connection, and the immortal line "fickt nicht mit dem Raketenmensch". The extended subplot with the black-market fur operation.

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    The 'eisenkroter' - some sort of device used as a brutal practical joke by electrifying the victim's urine stream - or did I make that up?
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    The gigantic adenoid that attacks London in the opening few pages and has to be placated with carriage loads of cocaine. Maybe that will be Padraig?

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    What part of Ireland is Droid from?

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    Actually, I could just ask him.

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    What part of Ireland are you from, Droid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    What part of Ireland are you from, Droid?
    Mystical Dublin. He's your brother Celt, albeit neither of you look any more mystical or Celtic than I do. All six foot tall beanpole blondes. Basically cousins.

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    We share the same weather.

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