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Old 12-30-2007, 03:40 PM   #16
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It happens to me occasionally, VP. Not all the time, but it does happen every now and then.
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With me, it's pretty much constant, unless I'm doing something concentration-intensive.

That's not good, is it?
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I dunno.
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Sarah does it too. Almost every day we'll ask each other at random times "what song is stuck in your head?" It's very rare that either of us says "nothing."

Maybe it's a genetic disorder I've passed on to her.


Please, someone come on and say "yes, it's normal, I do it too."
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I almost always have some tune stuck in my head. Usually an actual song, but sometimes an insipid commercial jingle.

Just got back from Sweeney Todd. It was ... um ... bloody. And grim.
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Sarah does it too. Almost every day we'll ask each other at random times "what song is stuck in your head?" It's very rare that either of us says "nothing."

Maybe it's a genetic disorder I've passed on to her.


Please, someone come on and say "yes, it's normal, I do it too."
Yes, it's normal, I do it too
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I almost always have some tune stuck in my head. Usually an actual song, but sometimes an insipid commercial jingle.

Just got back from Sweeney Todd. It was ... um ... bloody. And grim.
Bloody and grim...but did you like it?

Sometimes I'll get a song where I only really know one line of lyrics, and it'll be that line over, and over and over.

For a few days before Christmas, it was McCartney's Wonderful Christmastime. I don't really know it, it was just "we're sim-ply hav-ing a wonderfulchristmastime" over and over. That was pleasant.


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I didn't DISlike it. I'm not sure how much I liked it, though. I mean, it was good. I just like my musicals a little more cheery.

Plus, I was unfamiliar with the songs going in (other than "No One's Going to Harm You," or whatever it's called), and none of them stayed with me. I guess I'm not much of a Sondheim girl.
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Sarah saw it and loved it, but then for her, Depp is above Ken Jennings in her fantasy marriage pool. In all fairness though, she's not a dippy, flighty teen, I think she partly loves him because of how he plays his roles. She downloaded the soundtrack as soon as she got home.

I tend to like almost everything he's in, too. I think he's brilliant, but then, what do I know, I'm not a thea-tuh snob, and I probably have lowbrow tastes.
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I like Johnny Depp a lot, and thought he was fine in the role. His voice was maybe a little thin, but he's not a bad singer at all. I don't care for Helena Bonham Carter, and thought her voice was MUCH too thin.

NSW, maybe you can answer this one - is LemonMelon right in the NFL thread? Are Saturday night NFL games common? I swear, the only time I see football games on TV on Saturday nights, they're college games.

I'm still baffled as to how I missed that the Pats game was on Saturday night. I was all engrossed in two discs of Degrassi: The Next Generation.
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I tend to like almost everything he's in, too. I think he's brilliant, but then, what do I know, I'm not a thea-tuh snob, and I probably have lowbrow tastes.
Here's what you know:

You know what you like, and you like him. All other considerations are moot.

I like your tastes for the most part, for the record.
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NSW, maybe you can answer this one - is LemonMelon right in the NFL thread? Are Saturday night NFL games common? I swear, the only time I see football games on TV on Saturday nights, they're college games.

I'm still baffled as to how I missed that the Pats game was on Saturday night. I was all engrossed in two discs of Degrassi: The Next Generation.
When College Football ends, which is mid-November, the NFL not long after starts to schedule Saturday night games. Not every single Saturday, but, at least one or two for many years now.
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I'm not a thea-tuh snob, and I probably have lowbrow tastes.
Sister, please. I loved the cheesy movie of Phantom of the Opera, and I'll all a-twitter for the movie version of Mamma Mia.
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When College Football ends, which is mid-November, the NFL not long after starts to schedule Saturday night games. Not every single Saturday, but, at least one or two for many years now.
Huh. I love how apparent it is that I'm only a very casual football fan.
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Huh. I love how apparent it is that I'm only a very casual football fan.
Nothing wrong with that.
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