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Forum: Chatter 22-04-2015, 17:00
Replies: 129
Views: 2,233
Posted By timebug
Pisces, if you believe in that sort of crap. I...

Pisces, if you believe in that sort of crap. I don't but each to their own!
I was however born on a date that falls within the parameters of that
'birth sign'.
Forum: General Discussion 20-04-2015, 17:23
Replies: 107
Views: 4,676
Posted By timebug
I worked once in a shop where we had to write...

I worked once in a shop where we had to write down the
name and address of the customer. He said his name and
I wrote what I thought I had heard as 'Bullock'.
He pointed to the name and said,'No,...
Forum: TV Shows: UK 19-04-2015, 09:20
Replies: 1,236
Views: 148,976
Posted By timebug
I wrote early in this thread that I thought this...

I wrote early in this thread that I thought this version was
'Glossy but Soulless' and a few agreed with me. Last night
there being nothing on TV for anyone with more than three
brain cells, I dug...
Forum: TV Shows: UK 19-04-2015, 08:59
Replies: 100
Views: 5,406
Posted By timebug
Why is BBC Breakfast so popular? No adverts...

Why is BBC Breakfast so popular?
No adverts every ten seconds, no competitions
every five minutes, no Susannah Reid or Piers
t**tface Morgan. Any other reasons needed?
Forum: Soaps 11-04-2015, 08:50
Replies: 25
Views: 1,453
Posted By timebug
Once, quite a while ago, Anna was a warm, caring...

Once, quite a while ago, Anna was a warm, caring and funny
lady. The scriptwriters however, seem to find it more in their
line to make her become a whining old fishwife, with her own
self-inflicted...
Forum: Movies 10-04-2015, 17:00
Replies: 9,221
Views: 463,383
Posted By timebug
The Monkees 'Head' movie.Written by Jack...

The Monkees 'Head' movie.Written by Jack Nicholson no less,
and I have never got around to seeing it since its release way
back at the tail end of the sixties! Until now. Visiting son brought
it...
Forum: General Discussion 05-04-2015, 09:16
Replies: 342
Views: 10,503
Posted By timebug
Paul McCartney was a gifted and brilliant...

Paul McCartney was a gifted and brilliant songwriter
with the Beatles. After the split he went on to write
loads of stuff that was variably sucessful, but let us
not forget, he was responsible for...
Forum: Soaps 04-04-2015, 08:41
Replies: 48
Views: 4,058
Posted By timebug
When Fail started her labour at the end of...

When Fail started her labour at the end of wednesdays
episode, the noises she made were reminiscent (to me)
of the heaving/vomiting sound made by Eric, Bob Mortimers
strange son in 'House of Fools'. ...
Forum: TV Shows: UK 01-04-2015, 08:56
Replies: 17
Views: 1,149
Posted By timebug
Jamelia probably needs her two brain cells...

Jamelia probably needs her two brain cells recharging.
Forum: Soaps 30-03-2015, 09:07
Replies: 449
Views: 10,338
Posted By timebug
Reached for the sick bag during the final...

Reached for the sick bag during the final 'emotional'
cack-fest between the bug eyed barmaid and Wee
Stevie, so I did!
Over written, poorly acted tosh of the first water. I could
not care less about...
Forum: General Discussion 27-03-2015, 09:40
Replies: 679
Views: 17,645
Posted By timebug
I think the two MISSING bits of the Bible are the...

I think the two MISSING bits of the Bible are
the disclaimer at the start:

All characters,events and situations depicted
in this work are fiction,and have no connection
to anyone with the same name...
Forum: Movies 25-03-2015, 17:04
Replies: 69
Views: 7,180
Posted By timebug
I read all three books, followed by getting all...

I read all three books, followed by getting all three
of the Swedish films on DVD. Given that a lot of back
story has to be omitted or compressed, (from the books)
I found the three films to be...
Forum: TV Shows: UK 23-03-2015, 17:07
Replies: 1,236
Views: 148,976
Posted By timebug
It may be sticking closer to the books (which I...

It may be sticking closer to the books (which I have read)
than the original series with Robin Ellis did, but I am finding
it all a bit bland somehow. Ross strutting about being 'manly'
may do...
Forum: TV Shows: UK 23-03-2015, 13:27
Replies: 1,022
Views: 126,437
Posted By timebug
Watched episode one, and was impressed by...

Watched episode one, and was impressed by Manford,but left
underwhelmed by the 'beeb play-safe-written-by-numbers' feel
of the thing. Unsure about the rest of the series.
Then they started beating us...
Forum: Movies 21-03-2015, 17:35
Replies: 98
Views: 7,026
Posted By timebug
Sacha Baron Cohen & Amanda Seyfreid in Les...

Sacha Baron Cohen & Amanda Seyfreid in Les Miserables
as neither can sing, and SBC over-egged the part of the
crooked innkeeper Thenardier way too much.
Thenardier in the stage version, IS a comedy...
Forum: TV Shows: UK 21-03-2015, 17:26
Replies: 1,464
Views: 106,559
Posted By timebug
Ralf often smokes an electronic cigarette as his...

Ralf often smokes an electronic cigarette
as his family watch the shows they are
provided with.
Forum: Soaps 19-03-2015, 17:09
Replies: 46
Views: 2,469
Posted By timebug
Yasmin is pure panto,and the teenage son with a...

Yasmin is pure panto,and the teenage son with a face like a
slapped arse needs a little something to help his performance.
Maybe dynamite,or a piano dropped on him from a great height?
Forum: Movies 19-03-2015, 09:10
Replies: 29
Views: 2,145
Posted By timebug
Cowboys and Aliens has been on TV I am...

Cowboys and Aliens has been on TV I am sure,
because I have watched it.And I certainly would
NOT have paid cinema prices to watch something
as bad as that!
Forum: TV Shows: UK 19-03-2015, 09:03
Replies: 5
Views: 596
Posted By timebug
I heard that Elvis had a chip shop in Bury, but I...

I heard that Elvis had a chip shop in Bury,
but I don't want to argue with your info!
Forum: General Discussion 18-03-2015, 08:46
Replies: 88
Views: 3,345
Posted By timebug
Snowdonia national park and all the area around...

Snowdonia national park and all the area around it,
and the New Forest are two of my favourites.
Forum: TV Shows: UK 18-03-2015, 08:35
Replies: 1,363
Views: 96,825
Posted By timebug
I lived through the fifties as a child, and found...

I lived through the fifties as a child, and found the
programme fairly accurate, except...as has been
remarked on already, the tin opener fiasco!
I have two forty odd year old sons and they both...
Forum: TV Shows: UK 17-03-2015, 16:52
Replies: 444
Views: 46,398
Posted By timebug
I took the 'Luger in the cistern' to be a...

I took the 'Luger in the cistern' to be a reference to
'The Godfather' rather than any WW2 film? The bit
where Michael meets the Gangster and the bent cop
in the restaurant they have chosen, and...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 16-03-2015, 09:21
Replies: 21
Views: 9,677
Posted By timebug
I simply liked the daftness of it all, and saw...

I simply liked the daftness of it all, and saw the film sometime
after I had read the book. Naturally the film abandons a lot of
the book material, (with time constraints on the overall length
of the...
Forum: Books, Magazines & Newspapers 16-03-2015, 09:17
Replies: 3,998
Views: 288,266
Posted By timebug
Just started the first of the 'Jack Aubrey &...

Just started the first of the 'Jack Aubrey & Steven Maturin'
novels by Patrick O'Brian 'Master and Commander'
Liking it so far, and there are 20 books in the series (plus a
21st Unfinished one) so...
Forum: General Discussion 16-03-2015, 09:12
Replies: 32
Views: 1,062
Posted By timebug
I used to call my M.I.L 'Mum' the same as I...

I used to call my M.I.L 'Mum' the same as I called
my own Mother.
My M.I.L was much shorter than my own Mother,
so in conversation with anyone else, I referred to
them as 'Mum' and 'Little Mum'. It...
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