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Old 02-23-2008, 05:24 PM   #381
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As funny as the My brother title was, it may have been a touch ambiguous. That said, the quiet rumour is probably the best way of getting this place to fly into a frenzy later on
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Old 02-23-2008, 05:25 PM   #382
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i looooooooooooove hot fuzz and shaun of the dead!

dr. dre, you'd love them, they're british
I agree that Sean of the Dead was frickin awesome... but Hot Fuzz seemed like the exact same film, sans zombies. Still good, but I would rather not have spent $15 on it...

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Father Ted is so one of the best shows ever. But that, of course, is an ecumenical matter.
That would be an ecume*coughnumbertwo*Yes!
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Old 02-23-2008, 05:25 PM   #384
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Oh, I just straight away assumed you're ALREADY doing my dishes, since your location is "in the kitchen" and such.

Actually, thank fuck, I don't have many dishes to do. That's the one thing I took a break from postwhoring to do on Friday night, so there's just a bit from yesterday.
as long as you have a dishwasher, sure.
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I agree that Sean of the Dead was frickin awesome... but Hot Fuzz seemed like the exact same film, sans zombies. Still good, but I would rather not have spent $15 on it...

true, they were similar, but i still enjoyed it

i also loved the series spaced, where those two actors came from
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"So i hear you're a racist now, Father."


And the sight gag with the perfectly square patch of dirt on the window. I think that may be the best Father Ted episode. Or the Song For Europe contest.
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My room is a fucking tip and the house needs a good vacuum, so i'll probably be in and out.
Same here... but it's been in that state for weeks now. Why should today be any different?

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They're more or less identical. One has zombies, one has cops.
I ... see. I feel like you just said "they both have multiple places to eat - one's Melbourne Central's food court, the other's Lygon Street."
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true, they were similar, but i still enjoyed it

i also loved the series spaced, where those two actors came from


black books also a noteworthy mention
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As funny as the My brother title was, it may have been a touch ambiguous. That said, the quiet rumour is probably the best way of getting this place to fly into a frenzy later on
Yeah, I'm thinking this is for the best.

I'm surprised Rob33 hasn't replied. Maybe he got so excited that he burst.
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Same here... but it's been in that state for weeks now. Why should today be any different?

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UBER SLOB here, i promised myself i wouldnt turn on the computer till i did some housework.



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Same here... but it's been in that state for weeks now. Why should today be any different?

<-- slob
Heh. I think i've reached the stage where i'm pissed off with the mess and need to do something about it.

It's mainly just putting clothes away and changing my bed.
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as long as you have a dishwasher, sure.
I DON'T.

I DO ALL MY DISHES BY HAND.

It gives a better clean, at least.
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Heh. I think i've reached the stage where i'm pissed off with the mess and need to do something about it.

It's mainly just putting clothes away and changing my bed.
I've reached the stage where Kate's back from the US tomorrow and my mother's coming to visit in just over a fortnight.
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About three days if you have a lossless bootlegs obsession.
Still not 100% sure what "lossless" is all about, but I usually just go to u2start... mind you, or whatever is irritating with that "you can't download anything for another 4 hours cos you're a bootleg addict, you sad sad loser" thing.
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I DO ALL MY DISHES BY HAND.

It gives a better clean, at least.
By hand and then into the dishwasher.

Perfect clean 99% of the time.
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"So i hear you're a racist now, Father."


And the sight gag with the perfectly square patch of dirt on the window. I think that may be the best Father Ted episode. Or the Song For Europe contest.
I haven't seen a single episode in over two fuckin' years. I'm going into withdrawal.
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I've reached the stage where Kate's back from the US tomorrow and my mother's coming to visit in just over a fortnight.
That's a good stage, the forced clean.
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Morning!

I wonder why Tourist isn't here. Maybe he's coming for you?
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