YT Channel Ad (ignore if you hate these)
Written by: Megaman1574 - 01:37 Jul-13-2015

OK, I know, I hate people advertising their channels too, but I mind it less on places other than Youtube so I figured I'd try here.

I did this before about a month ago and this will be the last time.

The hardest thing about starting on Youtube is trying to get noticed. I believe we offer something different than the average new Youtube channel so all I ask is that you have a look.

I'll embed our latest video here but I suggest you open our channel to see what sort of games we cover

Our channel is Youtube.com/flashbuddiesnet or this link if you like.

Thankyou for taking the time to read this, I really appreciate it.

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10:03 Jul-14-2015

We understand and shouldn't mind you advertising here, but there are members who promote their channel frequently and that's of course a nuisance ;)


PS Scary thumbnail with those nasty ticks! :P Our dog had one at the size of 2 peas yesterday...

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13:47 Jul-14-2015

That's why I made it clear what this blog was. Plus I don't intend to do so again here anyway :)


Yeah, I hate ticks, we had a dog die from paralysis ticks once and I used to get bitten by them where we lived once.

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10:22 Jul-15-2015

You did well :)


Ah, awful to hear, man! You noticed the tick too late? :( Gives me the shivers to see people with a disease like Lyme..
We're protecting our dog against it, but then still it's no assurance they won't get them on their skin. They seem to hang around a lot on leaves/trees > sensing movement > attacking their prey > eventually infecting with a disease.

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13:41 Jul-15-2015

It was a long haired dog and although we checked her for ticks often, they're just to hard to find sometimes...

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09:22 Jul-16-2015

Yeah, they seem to outsmart us people sometimes, playing Hide and Seek. Why do these things have an existence in the first place? Same goes up for mosquitoes, but they're food for bats :)

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12:48 Jul-13-2015

Nice channel. Subscribed.

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12:49 Jul-13-2015

Thankyou! Glad you like it.

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