DS Forums

 
 

Showing results 1 to 25 of 498
Search took 4.85 seconds.
Search: Key Word(s): ; Posts Made By: susie-4964
Forum: TV Shows: Reality 22-04-2015, 10:18
Replies: 956
Views: 32,933
Posted By susie-4964
I've actually stopped watching MKR for the...

I've actually stopped watching MKR for the moment, although it used to be one of my favourite programs. I don't like to be manipulated so obviously. The previous season was fine, bit of bickering but...
Forum: TV Shows: Reality 22-04-2015, 10:11
Replies: 3,563
Views: 214,610
Posted By susie-4964
I don't mind Greg. He's a foil to Torode, who's a...

I don't mind Greg. He's a foil to Torode, who's a chef and therefore much more critical. Greg's the "everyman" who just likes his food, and I think the two of them work well together. He's perfectly...
Forum: TV Shows: Reality 15-04-2015, 09:44
Replies: 3,563
Views: 214,610
Posted By susie-4964
I thought Simon was brilliant in the team...

I thought Simon was brilliant in the team challenge, he really worked with his team and it was a well deserved win. Emma can undoubtedly cook with a Middle Eastern flavour, but not everything is...
Forum: TV Shows: Reality 15-04-2015, 09:36
Replies: 956
Views: 32,933
Posted By susie-4964
Lisa and Candice were seriously awful. I'm going...

Lisa and Candice were seriously awful. I'm going to indulge myself and say that if they were both beauty queens, then they must come from a very small village. One could blame the editing, and I'm...
Forum: The Voice UK 06-04-2015, 09:58
Replies: 36
Views: 3,639
Posted By susie-4964
I've thought for a long time that in general,...

I've thought for a long time that in general, cream will rise to the top, i.e., if you're good enough and you want it enough, you'll graft until you get there. Very occasionally, you might get...
Forum: TV Shows: Reality 04-03-2015, 15:58
Replies: 2,153
Views: 97,523
Posted By susie-4964
And that's the problem with the whole concept! In...

And that's the problem with the whole concept! In 10,000 BC, people who couldn't find a group and make themselves useful died of starvation. Paul WAS right in emphasising hunting, but as no-one in...
Forum: TV Shows: Reality 04-03-2015, 11:58
Replies: 2,153
Views: 97,523
Posted By susie-4964
Jodie and her mum lasted out to the end. The rest...

Jodie and her mum lasted out to the end. The rest either couldn't hack it or left in a massive snit because no-one would acknowledge their amazing leadership qualities. Paul, who could certainly have...
Forum: TV Shows: Reality 03-03-2015, 10:36
Replies: 2,153
Views: 97,523
Posted By susie-4964
The OH suggested last night that some of the more...

The OH suggested last night that some of the more "physical" men, like Mike and Paul, probably have quite a high calorie requirement in their normal life, maybe more like 4000 calories per day....
Forum: TV Shows: Reality 03-03-2015, 09:43
Replies: 2,153
Views: 97,523
Posted By susie-4964
I'm assuming that the production team must be...

I'm assuming that the production team must be pretty sure how it all went down. They've had the opportunity to question both parties at length, and I think there may be a camera in the hut, even if...
Forum: TV Shows: Reality 03-03-2015, 08:13
Replies: 2,153
Views: 97,523
Posted By susie-4964
it's not mascara. It's charcoal from the fire...

it's not mascara. It's charcoal from the fire mixed with fat. Even Maybelline doesn't make a mascara that thick.
Forum: TV Shows: Reality 03-03-2015, 08:10
Replies: 2,153
Views: 97,523
Posted By susie-4964
Obviously no-one except the two of them knows...

Obviously no-one except the two of them knows what really happened, but I did think it was odd that Paul insisted that Jodie had moved his hand, i.e. blaming her. He could have got away with saying...
Forum: TV Shows: UK 02-03-2015, 11:13
Replies: 525
Views: 53,469
Posted By susie-4964
Good, I'm pleased to hear it. I'm also pleased to...

Good, I'm pleased to hear it. I'm also pleased to be able to tell you that I wasn't in the least confused between the two storylines, I just didn't like the TV one.
Forum: TV Shows: UK 02-03-2015, 09:37
Replies: 525
Views: 53,469
Posted By susie-4964
I first read "The Casual Vacancy" about a year...

I first read "The Casual Vacancy" about a year ago, and although the story ran along nicely enough, I was amazed that anyone could cram so many cliches into one book! This wasn't "Middle England", it...
Forum: Radio 04-02-2015, 16:48
Replies: 17,199
Views: 864,420
Posted By susie-4964
Which is why I've suggested that it might be an...

Which is why I've suggested that it might be an idea to break the data down into age groups. And it was not unusual for young people in the 1960s to get cancer. They usually died fairly quickly,...
Forum: Radio 04-02-2015, 10:11
Replies: 17,199
Views: 864,420
Posted By susie-4964
It's listed on Amazon, 8.99 and you can have...

It's listed on Amazon, 8.99 and you can have your copy tomorrow with Amazon Prime. No reviews yet (well, I suppose someone actually has to read it first).
Forum: Radio 04-02-2015, 10:07
Replies: 17,199
Views: 864,420
Posted By susie-4964
The more optimistic view, of course, is that 50%...

The more optimistic view, of course, is that 50% of people in the UK will NOT get cancer. Also, as everyone has to die of something, and cancer is often a disease of old age, it would be more helpful...
Forum: Radio 03-02-2015, 16:47
Replies: 17,199
Views: 864,420
Posted By susie-4964
Well, he might have, neither of us knows for...

Well, he might have, neither of us knows for sure, but you also stood a much better chance of getting a job in the shipyards in days gone by if your dad worked there. So I wouldn't be too bothered...
Forum: Radio 03-02-2015, 10:14
Replies: 17,199
Views: 864,420
Posted By susie-4964
I tend to agree. There's a difference between...

I tend to agree. There's a difference between actively obstructing someone from taking up their career again, which is a decision for potential employers, not for the public, and using the media to...
Forum: Radio 03-02-2015, 10:05
Replies: 17,199
Views: 864,420
Posted By susie-4964
To be fair (which is not something I do often),...

To be fair (which is not something I do often), JO'B has often talked about the dead-end jobs that he did before getting started on his career, so I think he probably did it largely by himself.
Forum: Radio 01-02-2015, 15:53
Replies: 17,199
Views: 864,420
Posted By susie-4964
It all sounds like lazy presenting. If you want...

It all sounds like lazy presenting. If you want to present something interesting and perhaps actually not in the main new stories, you have to do some research in order to introduce the topic. If you...
Forum: Soaps 31-01-2015, 16:58
Replies: 125
Views: 4,211
Posted By susie-4964
No, I suspect that you don't know a lot about...

No, I suspect that you don't know a lot about women in general.
Forum: Soaps 31-01-2015, 16:55
Replies: 125
Views: 4,211
Posted By susie-4964
Yet in last night's episode, when Dean was being...

Yet in last night's episode, when Dean was being questioned by the police, the point was made that Linda's saying nothing when Dean raped her did not imply consent. Or weren't you watching?
Forum: Radio 31-01-2015, 13:15
Replies: 17,199
Views: 864,420
Posted By susie-4964
I agree with you, Sheila Fogarty's slot isn't...

I agree with you, Sheila Fogarty's slot isn't working. JHB was annoying and wouldn't listen, Petrie thinks she knows everything about everything, and the late unlamented Jeni Barnett was a complete...
Forum: Radio 29-01-2015, 13:46
Replies: 17,199
Views: 864,420
Posted By susie-4964
As a former Lib Dem politician myself, I'd say it...

As a former Lib Dem politician myself, I'd say it was the action of a madman! :D

In the past, though, before the ridiculous Coalition, the Lib Dems were indeed the natural home of those who didn't...
Forum: Radio 29-01-2015, 13:42
Replies: 17,199
Views: 864,420
Posted By susie-4964
I think you've probably nailed it there.

I think you've probably nailed it there.
Showing results 1 to 25 of 498

 
Forum Jump

All times are GMT. The time now is 13:56.