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Old 13-06-2012, 00:08
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When spawn and papa repulsive were arm wrestling in the kitchen, when Emma grabbed Filths arm back , they laughed and he jabbed her in the boob ith his finger!
I thought she gave up that arm wrestle a little too easily.
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Old 13-06-2012, 07:43
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When spawn and papa repulsive were arm wrestling in the kitchen, when Emma grabbed Filths arm back , they laughed and he jabbed her in the boob ith his finger!
Oh yeuch. The relationship between father and daughter is quite grotesque. I only really noticed it in the 3rd series, with the highly disturbing hard-on conversation in the hot tub, but now I'm noticing all kinds of quite alarming interaction between them.

I don't think either father or daughter have any idea that their kind of 'playfulness' with each other is inappropriate. Emma needs a boyfriend.
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Old 13-06-2012, 09:40
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Lorraine had them summed up right from the get go, except Sam was the heroine and we hadn't been introduced to her potty mouth and vile temper. "They need to get out, have fun and have boyfriends like normal girls their age" Well why didn't you get them away from toxic Phil?

Both of them crying over the waste of space No1, but not a tear shed for Aud.

My sympathy streak has started again. Whoops.

It still cracks me up when they're doing their telly schedules. Television gold.
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Old 13-06-2012, 10:47
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I had to record the 3am showing (too much already in the planner for the evening one!) so only just catching up with Ep 1 now - but wow, isn't hindsight a wonderful thing, and wasn't the writing always on the wall?!
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Old 13-06-2012, 11:17
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I had to record the 3am showing (too much already in the planner for the evening one!) so only just catching up with Ep 1 now - but wow, isn't hindsight a wonderful thing, and wasn't the writing always on the wall?!
I loved it when Audrey said "we'll show them we can do it" They certainly did! NOT!!!
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Old 13-06-2012, 12:15
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I loved it when Audrey said "we'll show them we can do it" They certainly did! NOT!!!
...and at the start of CLC - she said "We want to prove to people that if we can do it, anyone can!"

Dan: "Er..But you've not actually lost any weight..:

Aud: "Well I've been on tablets.."
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Old 13-06-2012, 12:15
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Im now watching ep1 in full, I switched over to watch BigBro so only saw bits during the ad breaks.
I may watch it while jogging on the spot/doing lunges lol
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Old 13-06-2012, 12:23
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Im now watching ep1 in full, I switched over to watch BigBro so only saw bits during the ad breaks.
I may watch it while jogging on the spot/doing lunges lol
Don't laugh, but that is EXACTLY what I was doing while I was watching it, lol!

But yes, all they proved was that they had zero will-power and zero self-motivation and literally millions of excuses as to why they "can't", "won't" or "didn't" make a jot of difference their weight and/or health.

Oh, and they also proved that they are one seriously weird family!
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Old 13-06-2012, 12:34
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I thought she gave up that arm wrestle a little too easily.
Don't laugh, but that is EXACTLY what I was doing while I was watching it, lol!

But yes, all they proved was that they had zero will-power and zero self-motivation and literally millions of excuses as to why they "can't", "won't" or "didn't" make a jot of difference their weight and/or health.

Oh, and they also proved that they are one seriously weird family!

Usually when Im jogging on my trampette, i watch the chawns on virgin on demand, it motivates me to keep going. lol
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Old 13-06-2012, 13:53
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Is the Chawners being shown on Virgin Catch Up?

Not at the folks who have Virgin till the weekend,and don't want to miss any more of these gems that I have.
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Old 13-06-2012, 14:11
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There are a few episodes on tv on demand rather than catch up.

About 5 i think
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Old 13-06-2012, 15:25
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hiya all, wonder why philth and the family will be doing for his birthday on friday ?????? Maybe lots of trifles and sausages
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Old 13-06-2012, 15:26
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hiya all, wonder why philth and the family will be doing for his birthday on friday ?????? Maybe lots of trifles and sausages
Oooh thanks for letting us know Kim, we could have a surprise party for him. The surprise being, he's not invited!
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Old 13-06-2012, 17:23
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Oh sweet Lord! I watched this earlier and my jaw is hurting as it was opened throughout the whole time I watched. No gumption, no motivation, all excuses. I find the father very, very creepy indeed. Now I know what everyone here talks about.
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Old 13-06-2012, 18:20
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When spawn and papa repulsive were arm wrestling in the kitchen, when Emma grabbed Filths arm back , they laughed and he jabbed her in the boob ith his finger!
I missed that first time round, but we hadn't't got the measure of Philth then. Also the way Emma drapes herself over Phil where ever they sit, ughhhh.
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Old 13-06-2012, 20:38
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I liked the fake tears of Emma, crying for her dad, and yet her makeup wasn't smudged.
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Old 13-06-2012, 20:50
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Oh sweet Lord! I watched this earlier and my jaw is hurting as it was opened throughout the whole time I watched. No gumption, no motivation, all excuses. I find the father very, very creepy indeed. Now I know what everyone here talks about.
Welcome to the Cult of Chawner!
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Old 13-06-2012, 22:51
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Oh sweet Lord! I watched this earlier and my jaw is hurting as it was opened throughout the whole time I watched. No gumption, no motivation, all excuses. I find the father very, very creepy indeed. Now I know what everyone here talks about.
Hahah - and that's just ep 1 - prepare for your jaw to reach further depths as the term Chawnerlogic will become clear along the way...

Phil, how did you get this big "Well it was driving lorries really, not moving, eating crisps, chocolate"

But that was 20 years ago "Well I've not been working since, so not been able to lose the weight"

Priceless!

By the way - I watched the catch-up this afternoon whilst eating a whole pack of pretzel sticks dipped in Nutella.. Luckily I am not Chawner-sized but better not watch too many episodes in this manner!
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Old 13-06-2012, 22:56
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Hahah - and that's just ep 1 - prepare for your jaw to reach further depths as the term Chawnerlogic will become clear along the way...

Phil, how did you get this big "Well it was driving lorries really, not moving, eating crisps, chocolate"

But that was 20 years ago "Well I've not been working since, so not been able to lose the weight"

Priceless!

By the way - I watched the catch-up this afternoon whilst eating a whole pack of pretzel sticks dipped in Nutella.. Luckily I am not Chawner-sized but better not watch too many episodes in this manner!
Pretzel sticks dipped in Nutella? Are you pregnant? Or maybe just emulating the Chawners a tad too enthusiastically?

I shall watch next week's episode wearing a purple shirt, after convincing my line manager I have poorly overs and can't possibly come to work.
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Old 13-06-2012, 23:08
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Phil 'I can't work because of the diabetic, it's not controlled and I've poorly legs because of it'
Well Phil, whose fault is it that it's not controlled because it's obviously not yours.
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Old 13-06-2012, 23:17
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Hahah - and that's just ep 1 - prepare for your jaw to reach further depths as the term Chawnerlogic will become clear along the way...

Phil, how did you get this big "Well it was driving lorries really, not moving, eating crisps, chocolate"

But that was 20 years ago "Well I've not been working since, so not been able to lose the weight"

Priceless!

By the way - I watched the catch-up this afternoon whilst eating a whole pack of pretzel sticks dipped in Nutella.. Luckily I am not Chawner-sized but better not watch too many episodes in this manner!
I just couldn't believe all the experts, the doctor, all the talk from the Chawners, and yet the parents just weren't bothered to do at least something to kickstart their regime. I'd be too sick to even eat watching them. I may even get lockjaw as I was shocked. Still, I'm going to watch next week and see what happens (I know what happens) but never seen this so it's all new to me.
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Old 14-06-2012, 00:38
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Pretzel sticks dipped in Nutella? Are you pregnant? Or maybe just emulating the Chawners a tad too enthusiastically?

I shall watch next week's episode wearing a purple shirt, after convincing my line manager I have poorly overs and can't possibly come to work.
No, it's the salty- chocolatey crunch - I developed a taste for it on honeymoon in Turkey - whilst laughing at what everyone eats for breakfast at the hotel buffets, we got the worst combination of things for a laugh and pretzels dipped in nutella were the surprise winner - don't knock it til you've tried it!

Anyway, we had a rabbit death thanks to Mr Fox yesterday and I was trying to cheer myself up after having to break the news to my little boy
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Old 14-06-2012, 07:49
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I just couldn't believe all the experts, the doctor, all the talk from the Chawners, and yet the parents just weren't bothered to do at least something to kickstart their regime. I'd be too sick to even eat watching them. I may even get lockjaw as I was shocked. Still, I'm going to watch next week and see what happens (I know what happens) but never seen this so it's all new to me.
You'll be like the rest of us soon, and totally addicted to Chawnervision - they make people feel so good about their own lives, no matter how rubbish things are. You will also find yourself counting your 5 a day the Audrey way (ketchup, chips, hot cross buns, trifle and mince pies all count) and listing your many ailments including sleep hackney and inflamed gallblabbers.
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Old 14-06-2012, 10:14
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I think gallblabbers and sleep hackney are my favourite Chawner clangers when naming their health problems. I just don't know how you can go from sleep apnoea to sleep hackney.
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Old 14-06-2012, 11:32
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With the IQ quotient among the 4 of them, I'm amazed they get so many of their ailments right.

(But I'm convinced that Papa C's only book is a huge medical encyclopaedia, so he can read all the things he ought to have wrong with him). Just in case, God Forbid, there's a day when he's not consoling himself with his imminent death or amputation. After all, he milks it for everything, being ill is his job. Doing anything about his mostly self inflicted ailments isn't.
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