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3151  General / The Forum / Re: Your guilty celebrity crush on: September 09, 2005, 12:54:39
Ellie Crisell from Newsround. She is so super fine & super cute it makes me wanna get down on my knees and thank God for women! Love Heart Love




ahhhh, she's soooo perdy, and she teaches people about kissing too! Two Thumbs

Of course, i mainly watch newsround because it's very informative and broadens my horizons... Roll Eyes

fuck me i forgot how fit she is... aparently she's even fitter in real life than she is on teh TV (inside info from lezo *coughblatantnamedropcough*)

Was so distracted by the hottie, I failed to notice the strange giant desk fan that is blowing her hair
3152  General / The Forum / Re: Stuff that gets on your nerves on: September 08, 2005, 17:54:25
zero degrees. they had a bill of 300, I was so pissed off, stopped them on the way out and asked them what was wrong with the service that they couldn't see fit to pay the 10%. Not very proffessional I know, but I felt like i really REALLy looked after the table.

That sucks balls - you should get it changed so that a mandatory service charge is put on the bill for groups over a certain size.  That'd stop the stingy fuckers.
3153  General / The Forum / Re: Your guilty celebrity crush on: September 08, 2005, 17:47:41
i have always thought saddam hussain wasn't a bad looker. sort of dark and mysterious in a grandfatherly way. of course he has let himself go a bit lately.
Shocked  Shocked  Shocked 

Now that is a guilty celebrity crush!!   Laugh
3154  General / The Forum / Re: Vagisness @ Level Feat Justin Robertson, Matt Tolfery - Friday 21st October on: September 08, 2005, 17:07:12
Shit, I haven't heard Justin Robertson play since I saw LionRock on stage at V97.  Where'd he go all these years?
3155  General / The Forum / Re: TJ Bukem Breezeblock Mix on: September 08, 2005, 16:36:47

woah, managed to download that in 10 seconds.  I love my badass internet connection.
3156  General / The Forum / Re: Your guilty celebrity crush on: September 08, 2005, 14:15:51
On a more guilty sitcom-based celebrity crush, I have a worrying and inexplicable liking of the woman out of My Hero:


Oh, and Dervla Kirwin too:


Should I seek help?  Or is this normal?  Huh
3157  General / The Forum / Re: Your guilty celebrity crush on: September 08, 2005, 13:56:14
Get bloody Rachel Stevens out of my thread this minute or I'm locking it  Angry she's AWFUL!

So what's your issue with Rachel Stevens then?  You saying you don't enjoy her music or something?!  Bad Teeth
3158  General / The Forum / Re: Your guilty celebrity crush on: September 08, 2005, 10:45:53
http://www.rachelgetsfruity.com/flash.html

Quite what my parents are gonna things when 'Rachel Stevens testicular plums' auto-completes in the Google search bar is anyone's guess...  Doh!
Laughing Laugh Laughing
3159  General / The Forum / Re: Your guilty celebrity crush on: September 08, 2005, 10:37:53
You've been watching that plum-squeezing vid again, haven't you?  Roll Eyes

What's the plum squeezing vid?  Sounds uncomfortable...
3160  General / The Forum / Re: Just back from Burning Man... on: September 08, 2005, 09:43:05
Is that the Fraz I know? Hello if so....

Yup - I finally signed on  Two Thumbs
3161  General / The Forum / Re: Just back from Burning Man... on: September 07, 2005, 23:55:56
That sounds awesome!  One of my photographer buddies made me dead jealous last year.  Check out some of his photos at:

http://www.homezproductions.com/burning.html

And whoever came up with the idea of getting 1000 women to cycle through the desert topless should be given some kind of prize.    Perv, mmmhmmm, yummy *rubs hands*
3162  General / The Forum / Re: Your guilty celebrity crush on: September 07, 2005, 23:43:11
Ellie Crisell from Newsround.  She is so super fine & super cute it makes me wanna get down on my knees and thank God for women!     Love   Heart  Love




ahhhh, she's soooo perdy, and she teaches people about kissing too!  Two Thumbs

Of course, i mainly watch newsround because it's very informative and broadens my horizons...   Roll Eyes   
3163  General / The Forum / Re: Stuff that gets on your nerves on: September 07, 2005, 23:14:34
Those little tiny gay yappy dogs that people like Britany Spears have as accessories.

Every time I see one I'm tempted to find out how far I could kick it.


Arrhghgh I want to stab it with something!!    Evil

And the thing is, i'm normally such a calm/non-violent person... 
3164  General / The Forum / Re: Can you find the man in the coffee beans? on: September 04, 2005, 17:17:28
I still cannot see this bleedin' man and I've been trying for days now! I fear that my right-brain is mangled beyond repair...  Embarrassed
Me neither.   All it's done for me is make my aversion for coffee even stronger than it was before.

Hmmm, maybe i'll start a coffee depreciation thread going...
3165  General / The Forum / Re: Kewl short film on: September 02, 2005, 12:57:53
Wow, that is reallly cool  Two Thumbs
Personally, i'd have stopped the record, walked over and stabbed the Basketball of Satan with whatever came to hand.
3166  General / The Forum / Re: Movie Adaptations on: September 02, 2005, 12:46:58
Computer game > movie adaptions are usually crap. I remember thinking Mortal Kombat was the shit back when I was 12, but I've seen it recently and its a bit.......poo.

Movie > games are usually shite too, but there are exceptions. Goldeneye.  Love Wicked game.

I think Metal Gear Solid could be made into a decent film as it already has a strong plot, I thought that about Resident Evil too, but they really cocked that one up.  Huh

Yet they still thought it'd be a good idea to make two of them!  Huh
3167  General / The Forum / Re: Can you find the man in the coffee beans? on: September 01, 2005, 22:54:16
Does anyone get this thing where if they stare at it for long enough, groups of beans start sliding round a bit?

Erm, I think that's just you. Stay right there, I'll call the men in white coats. Bad Teeth

Dammit.  Not only has this test proved that the right half of my brain isn't functioning properly, i also seem to have a problem with my eyes/whole head!   Eek

Stupid coffee beans.
3168  General / The Forum / Re: Can you find the man in the coffee beans? on: September 01, 2005, 22:43:38
Does anyone get this thing where if they stare at it for long enough, groups of beans start sliding round a bit?  I have just come in from the pub...  Still can't find the man though.  Maybe my brain is all left or something.
3169  General / The Forum / Re: Going back to uni appreciation thread? on: September 01, 2005, 19:15:31
So who is staying in Bristol for Uni?  And if so, are you going into halls with all the other (immature?!)  students for the first year?  If you are, avoid going to Clifton Hill House.  It sucked balls and was full of wanky toffs who wouldn't speak to you unless you wore a wax jacket.  Not that I was that bothered...      Well, I exaggerate - I had a good laugh, but I think I'd have had more fun in another hall of residence. Undecided
3170  General / The Forum / Re: Going back to uni appreciation thread? on: September 01, 2005, 18:37:39
I thought I wouldn't say this, but I'm really missing Uni already. Tempted to go back and do a Masters degree.....

Like most things, the grass is always greener...  I can't wait to stop being a student, but i'm sure as soon as I have a job i'll pine for the times when I could just take a day off without asking anybody...
3171  General / The Forum / Re: lack-of-girlfriend deprication thread on: September 01, 2005, 18:34:29
or wear a shellsuit

Lucky you live in Bristol and not in Liverpool then  Bad Teeth

3172  General / The Forum / Re: appreciation/deprecation depreciation thread. on: September 01, 2005, 18:21:42
The A Team rocks  Slayer Tomato Slayer!

I started watching it again recently since I got a cable box - it's  way funnier than I remembered it being.  The Murdoch / B.A.  bickering is comedy genius!  Laugh

They were my favs, I've got a box set at home, went through them one saturday, loved it so much. Was a great show.
Should have a A Team night  Wink

That is a damn fine idea   Slayer

Do we get to dress up?  I would come as B.A., but unfortunately I'm a skinny white boy...
3173  General / The Forum / Re: Movie Adaptations on: September 01, 2005, 18:16:27
Speaking of the Halo film, you should have a look at red vs. blue:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0401747/

Is piss funny in a geeky/computer gamey kinda way.  Plus you can get the episodes free off the net if you look hard enough.
3174  General / The Forum / Re: appreciation/deprecation depreciation thread. on: September 01, 2005, 18:09:23
The A Team rocks  Slayer Tomato Slayer!

I started watching it again recently since I got a cable box - it's  way funnier than I remembered it being.  The Murdoch / B.A.  bickering is comedy genius!  Laugh
3175  General / The Forum / Re: appreciation/deprecation depreciation thread. on: September 01, 2005, 17:59:04
think mcfly think 
This one, OH PLEASE ... or 'THE LIBYAAAANS!'
Or "Great Scott!"
Or "One point twenty one gigawatts!"
Or "I pity the foo'!"

Is that Back to the Future? Huh

Ok, no it isn't, but the A Team is just too damn cool.  And you'd got all the Back to the Future quotes already!
3176  General / The Forum / Re: appreciation/deprecation depreciation thread. on: September 01, 2005, 17:58:13
think mcfly think 
This one, OH PLEASE ... or 'THE LIBYAAAANS!'

Or "Great Scott!"

Or "One point twenty one gigawatts!"

Or "I pity the foo'!"

Actually, this is just gonna encourage someone to start a Back to the Future/ A Team Appreciation thread.   Doh!
3177  General / The Forum / Re: appreciation/deprecation depreciation thread. on: September 01, 2005, 17:55:56
think mcfly think 
This one, OH PLEASE ... or 'THE LIBYAAAANS!'

Or "Great Scott!"

Or "One point twenty one gigawatts!"

Or "I pity the foo'!"
3178  General / The Forum / Re: Going back to uni appreciation thread? on: September 01, 2005, 17:25:08
Being a mature student (weird) will be interestin.

So how mature exactly are you planning on being?

I'm might stop ravin for the 3rd year

Lets hope you still have your full quota of neurons by then  Bad Teeth
3179  General / The Forum / Re: Going back to uni appreciation thread? on: September 01, 2005, 17:18:49
Being a mature student (weird) will be interestin.

So how mature exactly are you planning on being?
3180  General / The Forum / Re: Going back to uni appreciation thread? on: September 01, 2005, 17:17:08
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You think it ends when you graduate?!? Laugh Wink
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Arrghghgh please tell me it does   Shocked     I already live entirely off weetabix...  but all that fibre does have its benefit I suppose  Laugh
3181  General / The Forum / Re: Going back to uni appreciation thread? on: September 01, 2005, 17:08:08
Sounds cool - i'm looking to do the opposite as soon as possible.  After 7 years of being a govenment sponge, i'm damn sick of being poor.  Maybe i'll get a paper round...
3182  General / The Forum / Re: lack-of-girlfriend deprication thread on: September 01, 2005, 16:51:07
just goto university again, you'll find someone
Hmm, i'm still at university and it ain't working too well.  Guess you need to be a newbie first year in halls again for maximum sucess, plus writing up a thesis isn't exactly too sociable...

Waiting around aimlessly surely isn't the way forward - maybe all us single people should meet up in a pub one weekend for a good ol' fashioned piss up.    Grin
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