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Posted 5:52pm on Thu 4 April 2013
Bratterz
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Y'hello!
Hey chaps & chapettes,

I thought I'd say a quick hello, now that I'm starting to settle into my position here at VideoGamer! For those who haven't listened to this week's podcast, you might not have heard that I've just joined the video production team, after Mr Nellis chased his e-sports dreams to Cologne last weekend.

So who are you? And what kind of silly name is Bratt?!

Woah now! Let's try and stay polite here, folks.

I'm Chris Bratt, a 22-year-old guy from the glorious city of Stoke-on-Trent, with a passion for video nonsense. Before joining VG, I've been working on a YouTube channel as a side-project in my free time and you can find some of my past stuff here. Producing video content for a gaming website is an absolute dream job and I'm ridiculously excited to have been offered a place alongside such a group of like-minded people.

As for 'Bratt'; well according to surnamedc.com, it could either be Danish-Viking for the word 'pinafore'; or it derives from the Scandinavian word 'braten', which means my ancestors probably sold cooked meats for a living. So that's cool.

What are your plans for VG videos?

This is officially my third day on the job, which means I'm still trying to familiarize myself with the setup here, without breaking any of the expensive equipment. So far, that's been a success. Nicely done, Chris.

However, I do have a number of new ideas that I'm very eager to start working on in the coming weeks. Matt and I have talked about the advantages of working on more video features alongside the regular content (Extended Plays, Indie Face etc.) Of course, I'll need to convince him that my ideas aren't totally pants, but I'm confident you'll be seeing some fun stuff from the both of us in the very near future.

- - - - - - -

Anyway, that's my little introduction out of the way. Feel free to hit me with any questions you may have, or indeed, introduce yourself! I'm looking forward to getting to know the VG forum regulars.

Thanks,

Chris
Posted 5:59pm on Thu 4 April 2013
MrHEWBO
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Hey chaps & chapettes,

I thought I'd say a quick hello, now that I'm starting to settle into my position here at VideoGamer! For those who haven't listened to this week's podcast, you might not have heard that I've just joined the video production team, after Mr Nellis chased his e-sports dreams to Cologne last weekend.

So who are you? And what kind of silly name is Bratt?!

Woah now! Let's try and stay polite here, folks.

I'm Chris Bratt, a 22-year-old guy from the glorious city of Stoke-on-Trent, with a passion for video nonsense. Before joining VG, I've been working on a YouTube channel as a side-project in my free time and you can find some of my past stuff here. Producing video content for a gaming website is an absolute dream job and I'm ridiculously excited to have been offered a place alongside such a group of like-minded people.

As for 'Bratt'; well according to surnamedc.com, it could either be Danish-Viking for the word 'pinafore'; or it derives from the Scandinavian word 'braten', which means my ancestors probably sold cooked meats for a living. So that's cool.

What are your plans for VG videos?

This is officially my third day on the job, which means I'm still trying to familiarize myself with the setup here, without breaking any of the expensive equipment. So far, that's been a success. Nicely done, Chris.

However, I do have a number of new ideas that I'm very eager to start working on in the coming weeks. Matt and I have talked about the advantages of working on more video features alongside the regular content (Extended Plays, Indie Face etc.) Of course, I'll need to convince him that my ideas aren't totally pants, but I'm confident you'll be seeing some fun stuff from the both of us in the very near future.

- - - - - - -

Anyway, that's my little introduction out of the way. Feel free to hit me with any questions you may have, or indeed, introduce yourself! I'm looking forward to getting to know the VG forum regulars.

Thanks,

Chris

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Hey, i like your style. I'm Tim and my surname came from tree cutters (Hewitt...Hew....It) No joke
Posted 6:04pm on Thu 4 April 2013
Bratterz
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Hey chaps & chapettes,

I thought I'd say a quick hello, now that I'm starting to settle into my position here at VideoGamer! For those who haven't listened to this week's podcast, you might not have heard that I've just joined the video production team, after Mr Nellis chased his e-sports dreams to Cologne last weekend.

So who are you? And what kind of silly name is Bratt?!

Woah now! Let's try and stay polite here, folks.

I'm Chris Bratt, a 22-year-old guy from the glorious city of Stoke-on-Trent, with a passion for video nonsense. Before joining VG, I've been working on a YouTube channel as a side-project in my free time and you can find some of my past stuff here. Producing video content for a gaming website is an absolute dream job and I'm ridiculously excited to have been offered a place alongside such a group of like-minded people.

As for 'Bratt'; well according to surnamedc.com, it could either be Danish-Viking for the word 'pinafore'; or it derives from the Scandinavian word 'braten', which means my ancestors probably sold cooked meats for a living. So that's cool.

What are your plans for VG videos?

This is officially my third day on the job, which means I'm still trying to familiarize myself with the setup here, without breaking any of the expensive equipment. So far, that's been a success. Nicely done, Chris.

However, I do have a number of new ideas that I'm very eager to start working on in the coming weeks. Matt and I have talked about the advantages of working on more video features alongside the regular content (Extended Plays, Indie Face etc.) Of course, I'll need to convince him that my ideas aren't totally pants, but I'm confident you'll be seeing some fun stuff from the both of us in the very near future.

- - - - - - -

Anyway, that's my little introduction out of the way. Feel free to hit me with any questions you may have, or indeed, introduce yourself! I'm looking forward to getting to know the VG forum regulars.

Thanks,

Chris

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A strong name! A strong tree-cutting name!
Posted 7:13pm on Thu 4 April 2013
Mintyrebel
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Hey chaps & chapettes,

I thought I'd say a quick hello, now that I'm starting to settle into my position here at VideoGamer! For those who haven't listened to this week's podcast, you might not have heard that I've just joined the video production team, after Mr Nellis chased his e-sports dreams to Cologne last weekend.

So who are you? And what kind of silly name is Bratt?!

Woah now! Let's try and stay polite here, folks.

I'm Chris Bratt, a 22-year-old guy from the glorious city of Stoke-on-Trent, with a passion for video nonsense. Before joining VG, I've been working on a YouTube channel as a side-project in my free time and you can find some of my past stuff here. Producing video content for a gaming website is an absolute dream job and I'm ridiculously excited to have been offered a place alongside such a group of like-minded people.

As for 'Bratt'; well according to surnamedc.com, it could either be Danish-Viking for the word 'pinafore'; or it derives from the Scandinavian word 'braten', which means my ancestors probably sold cooked meats for a living. So that's cool.

What are your plans for VG videos?

This is officially my third day on the job, which means I'm still trying to familiarize myself with the setup here, without breaking any of the expensive equipment. So far, that's been a success. Nicely done, Chris.

However, I do have a number of new ideas that I'm very eager to start working on in the coming weeks. Matt and I have talked about the advantages of working on more video features alongside the regular content (Extended Plays, Indie Face etc.) Of course, I'll need to convince him that my ideas aren't totally pants, but I'm confident you'll be seeing some fun stuff from the both of us in the very near future.

- - - - - - -

Anyway, that's my little introduction out of the way. Feel free to hit me with any questions you may have, or indeed, introduce yourself! I'm looking forward to getting to know the VG forum regulars.

Thanks,

Chris

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Hey Chris, welcome to the forums. We don't bite (at least not now that Bevan appears to have left). Looking forward to watching some of your stuff Smile

Oh and finally.
PLEASE DON'T EVER LEAVE US LIKE THE OTHER TRAITORS!
Posted 7:23pm on Thu 4 April 2013
MrHEWBO
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Hey Chris, welcome to the forums. We don't bite (at least not now that Bevan appears to have left). Looking forward to watching some of your stuff Smile

Oh and finally.
PLEASE DON'T EVER LEAVE US LIKE THE OTHER TRAITORS!

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Talking about leavers............what's going on minty? :P
Posted 7:25pm on Thu 4 April 2013
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    Hey chaps & chapettes,

    I thought I'd say a quick hello, now that I'm starting to settle into my position here at VideoGamer! For those who haven't listened to this week's podcast, you might not have heard that I've just joined the video production team, after Mr Nellis chased his e-sports dreams to Cologne last weekend.

    So who are you? And what kind of silly name is Bratt?!

    Woah now! Let's try and stay polite here, folks.

    I'm Chris Bratt, a 22-year-old guy from the glorious city of Stoke-on-Trent, with a passion for video nonsense. Before joining VG, I've been working on a YouTube channel as a side-project in my free time and you can find some of my past stuff here. Producing video content for a gaming website is an absolute dream job and I'm ridiculously excited to have been offered a place alongside such a group of like-minded people.

    As for 'Bratt'; well according to surnamedc.com, it could either be Danish-Viking for the word 'pinafore'; or it derives from the Scandinavian word 'braten', which means my ancestors probably sold cooked meats for a living. So that's cool.

    What are your plans for VG videos?

    This is officially my third day on the job, which means I'm still trying to familiarize myself with the setup here, without breaking any of the expensive equipment. So far, that's been a success. Nicely done, Chris.

    However, I do have a number of new ideas that I'm very eager to start working on in the coming weeks. Matt and I have talked about the advantages of working on more video features alongside the regular content (Extended Plays, Indie Face etc.) Of course, I'll need to convince him that my ideas aren't totally pants, but I'm confident you'll be seeing some fun stuff from the both of us in the very near future.

    - - - - - - -

    Anyway, that's my little introduction out of the way. Feel free to hit me with any questions you may have, or indeed, introduce yourself! I'm looking forward to getting to know the VG forum regulars.

    Thanks,

    Chris

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    I don't originally come from around stoke-on-trent. Can you tell me why does everyone seem to think I'm a duck? I'm quite clearly not a duck. Or are they just replacing the first letter for another one.

    Anyway, good luck and all.
    Posted 9:17pm on Thu 4 April 2013
    EverTheOptimist
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    I don't originally come from around stoke-on-trent. Can you tell me why does everyone seem to think I'm a duck? I'm quite clearly not a duck. Or are they just replacing the first letter for another one.

    Anyway, good luck and all.

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    I don't come from Stoke either, but I read once that 'duck' comes from 'duc', a latin term that came from 'duke' and means 'respected', so it's apparently a pleasant thing to say to someone. Don't ask me how or why I know this, my head is a strange bank of often useless trivia.

    Continue. And hello, Bratt.
    Posted 9:47pm on Thu 4 April 2013
    Bratterz
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    I don't originally come from around stoke-on-trent. Can you tell me why does everyone seem to think I'm a duck? I'm quite clearly not a duck. Or are they just replacing the first letter for another one.

    Anyway, good luck and all.

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    Ah do DancingRhino, ay up me duck? ==> Hello DancingRhino, how are you?
    Posted 9:59pm on Thu 4 April 2013
    altaranga
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    Hey chaps & chapettes,

    I thought I'd say a quick hello, now that I'm starting to settle into my position here at VideoGamer! For those who haven't listened to this week's podcast, you might not have heard that I've just joined the video production team, after Mr Nellis chased his e-sports dreams to Cologne last weekend.

    So who are you? And what kind of silly name is Bratt?!

    Woah now! Let's try and stay polite here, folks.

    I'm Chris Bratt, a 22-year-old guy from the glorious city of Stoke-on-Trent, with a passion for video nonsense. Before joining VG, I've been working on a YouTube channel as a side-project in my free time and you can find some of my past stuff here. Producing video content for a gaming website is an absolute dream job and I'm ridiculously excited to have been offered a place alongside such a group of like-minded people.

    As for 'Bratt'; well according to surnamedc.com, it could either be Danish-Viking for the word 'pinafore'; or it derives from the Scandinavian word 'braten', which means my ancestors probably sold cooked meats for a living. So that's cool.

    What are your plans for VG videos?

    This is officially my third day on the job, which means I'm still trying to familiarize myself with the setup here, without breaking any of the expensive equipment. So far, that's been a success. Nicely done, Chris.

    However, I do have a number of new ideas that I'm very eager to start working on in the coming weeks. Matt and I have talked about the advantages of working on more video features alongside the regular content (Extended Plays, Indie Face etc.) Of course, I'll need to convince him that my ideas aren't totally pants, but I'm confident you'll be seeing some fun stuff from the both of us in the very near future.

    - - - - - - -

    Anyway, that's my little introduction out of the way. Feel free to hit me with any questions you may have, or indeed, introduce yourself! I'm looking forward to getting to know the VG forum regulars.

    Thanks,

    Chris

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    Yarp. Welcome.

    Jon Wilson here. I can only assume that one of my forefathers had a dad called William (or a derivative thereof).
    Posted 10:02pm on Thu 4 April 2013
    EverTheOptimist
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    Hey chaps & chapettes,

    I thought I'd say a quick hello, now that I'm starting to settle into my position here at VideoGamer! For those who haven't listened to this week's podcast, you might not have heard that I've just joined the video production team, after Mr Nellis chased his e-sports dreams to Cologne last weekend.

    So who are you? And what kind of silly name is Bratt?!

    Woah now! Let's try and stay polite here, folks.

    I'm Chris Bratt, a 22-year-old guy from the glorious city of Stoke-on-Trent, with a passion for video nonsense. Before joining VG, I've been working on a YouTube channel as a side-project in my free time and you can find some of my past stuff here. Producing video content for a gaming website is an absolute dream job and I'm ridiculously excited to have been offered a place alongside such a group of like-minded people.

    As for 'Bratt'; well according to surnamedc.com, it could either be Danish-Viking for the word 'pinafore'; or it derives from the Scandinavian word 'braten', which means my ancestors probably sold cooked meats for a living. So that's cool.

    What are your plans for VG videos?

    This is officially my third day on the job, which means I'm still trying to familiarize myself with the setup here, without breaking any of the expensive equipment. So far, that's been a success. Nicely done, Chris.

    However, I do have a number of new ideas that I'm very eager to start working on in the coming weeks. Matt and I have talked about the advantages of working on more video features alongside the regular content (Extended Plays, Indie Face etc.) Of course, I'll need to convince him that my ideas aren't totally pants, but I'm confident you'll be seeing some fun stuff from the both of us in the very near future.

    - - - - - - -

    Anyway, that's my little introduction out of the way. Feel free to hit me with any questions you may have, or indeed, introduce yourself! I'm looking forward to getting to know the VG forum regulars.

    Thanks,

    Chris

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    My surname is Drummond. I was one day hoping to meet a girl with the surname of Bass so I could have the coolest double-barreled last name in the world.
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