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Old 06-01-2008, 03:58 AM   #886
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Still haven't seen that thing. Got to the first rape scene and decided it just wasn't right for me at the time.
That was when I almost turned it off, but I was very bored so I kept going.
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That was when I almost turned it off, but I was very bored so I kept going.
It was just a mood issue. It wasn't what I wanted to see at the time, but I'll slog through it eventually.

After all, I <3 American Psycho, so it couldn't be that tough for me.
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bonnie - love your comment in the coldplay v u2 thread.
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It was just a mood issue. It wasn't what I wanted to see at the time, but I'll slog through it eventually.

After all, I <3 American Psycho, so it couldn't be that tough for me.
That stuff usually doesn't bother me, it was just something about THAT scene. Probably the singing.

Is American Psycho good, that's another one I need to see.


Ok, so this is going to sound silly I suppose, or not. When I was about oh, 6/7 years old, my Grandma lived with us, and one day while my mom was at work and my dad was doing a tree job, we watched Sister Act about ten times. I f'in loved that movie. I still do. But, see, my Grandma died in September of '06 and she left me all of her movies. Everytime I go to watch Sister Act, I just can't do it. At all. It's weird, I can listen to the soundtrack, I can watch clips on Youtube, but the idea of watching the entire movie just chokes me up.

Now here's the thing, I have OCD, I don't know if I've mentioned that, and sometimes, I've just GOT to do things. Last night I had this weird dream about Sister Act, and now I really want to watch it. Tonight I mentioned the movie to someone at work, and they were asking me what it was about, and as I was explaining the PLOT I almost started crying. I had to go in the back for a few minutes and calm down. So now I'm in this...really weird spot. I WANT to watch it, but I REALLY REALY REALLY REALLY don't.

Anyways. Venting I suppose.
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bonnie - love your comment in the coldplay v u2 thread.
We all had a good showing in that thread. Too bad it was locked before people that the chance to respond to our posts seriously.
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I am really bad about shrinking movies down to a corner, and playing Minesweeper at the same time.
Right after reading this comment I opened up Minesweeper.
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my farking laptop just went all kamakazie on me the biatch !
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We all had a good showing in that thread. Too bad it was locked before people that the chance to respond to our posts seriously.
You were all great, but I loved Sicy's Go to a Coldplay forum comment
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Right after reading this comment I opened up Minesweeper.
OmG! Minesweeper:

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That stuff usually doesn't bother me, it was just something about THAT scene. Probably the singing.

Is American Psycho good, that's another one I need to see.


Ok, so this is going to sound silly I suppose, or not. When I was about oh, 6/7 years old, my Grandma lived with us, and one day while my mom was at work and my dad was doing a tree job, we watched Sister Act about ten times. I f'in loved that movie. I still do. But, see, my Grandma died in September of '06 and she left me all of her movies. Everytime I go to watch Sister Act, I just can't do it. At all. It's weird, I can listen to the soundtrack, I can watch clips on Youtube, but the idea of watching the entire movie just chokes me up.

Now here's the thing, I have OCD, I don't know if I've mentioned that, and sometimes, I've just GOT to do things. Last night I had this weird dream about Sister Act, and now I really want to watch it. Tonight I mentioned the movie to someone at work, and they were asking me what it was about, and as I was explaining the PLOT I almost started crying. I had to go in the back for a few minutes and calm down. So now I'm in this...really weird spot. I WANT to watch it, but I REALLY REALY REALLY REALLY don't.

Anyways. Venting I suppose.
American Psycho is hilarious. Christian Bale chasing after a prostitute in his underwear with a chainsaw always brings the lolz. Also, his rants about how wonderful mid 80's pop music is are nothing short of brilliant.

You shouldn't watch the movie if you really don't want to. Fight your urges. It's the one step towards freedom. Believe me, I have a little OCD in me myself.
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American Psycho is hilarious. Christian Bale chasing after a prostitute in his underwear with a chainsaw always brings the lolz. Also, his rants about how wonderful mid 80's pop music is are nothing short of brilliant.

You shouldn't watch the movie if you really don't want to. Fight your urges. It's the one step towards freedom. Believe me, I have a little OCD in me myself.
I was sold at 80's pop music

Yeah, I know I should resist certain things. It helps. I get so weird about such little ridiculous things. I can't watch any movie series out of order (the reason I have yet to see a James Bond film), and I had a terribly difficult time deciding if certain books series should be read in chronological order to the storyline, or chronologically by release date.

There's other things, but those are the ones I feel bad about, because I have had so many friends give me a hard time about not going to certain movies with them as they insist none of the films are related (I'm looking at you Casino Royale)
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ok i must go do some work, i have done nothing this weekend.
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I've never seen American Psycho. Does it have the U2 concert in it?
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bonnie - love your comment in the coldplay v u2 thread.
Merci.

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I was sold at 80's pop music

Yeah, I know I should resist certain things. It helps. I get so weird about such little ridiculous things. I can't watch any movie series out of order (the reason I have yet to see a James Bond film), and I had a terribly difficult time deciding if certain books series should be read in chronological order to the storyline, or chronologically by release date.

There's other things, but those are the ones I feel bad about, because I have had so many friends give me a hard time about not going to certain movies with them as they insist none of the films are related (I'm looking at you Casino Royale)
My favorite American Psycho quotes:

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Do you like Phil Collins? I've been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke. Before that, I really didn't understand any of their work. Too artsy, too intellectual. It was on Duke where Phil Collins' presence became more apparent. I think Invisible Touch was the group's undisputed masterpiece. It's an epic meditation on intangibility. At the same time, it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding three albums.
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[to Al, a homeless person]
Patrick Bateman: Get a damn job, Al.

Yeah, I don't have OCD that badly, but I have to check doors an extra time or two, straighten things, but it doesn't really rule me, thank God.
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