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thus never lending themselves to be open or vulnerable
it is obviously shite now but back in the day it was clever. touching and hilarious.
Not the most controversial thing I'll ever say. People that don't appreciate classic simpsons are mouth breathing morons.
Sink benders 4 lyf.
i don't know what you mean.
i'm with meths. you're obviously not cleaning your teeth properly if you don't need to bend over a sink. do you even use water, toothpaste and a toothbrush? the whole point to create an agitation to polish and remove the plaque. it's not done by magic.
fucking lunatics, the lot of you.
Its not my fault that you're all too stupid to be able to contain the amount of foam you create. I create a lot of foam. I spit it out when it gets too much. I don't just let it dribble down my chin or on my mouth or on my face. I spit it out and carry on creating more foam. J E S U S!
right, well that's what i do. i thought you meant that you just like swallowed it or some shit.
Because I'm willing to bet it involves you bending over the sink.
I CREATE ENOUGH FOAM.
WHY DOES IT MATTER?
YOU'RE A WEIRD.
*puts fingers in ears*
is how much toothpaste are you using?
people use far too much generally.
i knew it.
Like get my shoes on and go for a wee. As a consequence I usually have toothpaste stains evrywhere.
He's such an Ibbott.
A proper long snake of paste right along the length of the bristle section.
I then bend over backwards like a ballerina and place my head upside down on the edge of the sink.
She ALSO bends over backwards etc etc
The bristle section.
No wonder you're doing it all wrong.
I sewed up the holes. I haven't worn it for many years though...
i have a friend who regularly finishes my sentences for me. it's by far his most irritating trait.
sorry. not that you know me.
call your girlfriend.. joke fail
I'll get my coat
but isn't in the army.
Jamie Lee Curtis can get tae fuck.
Has eyes that are too close together: see cesc fabregas.
albeit is was spelt leigh because her mother was janet leigh. so i don't think it qualifies as a first name
if this had been at the top and Jordan had done it, you would all have this'd it. But no, you just leave me sitting here looking like a massive lonely racist.
but when I con dozens of people into outing themselves as BNP voters in an otherwise really shit thread, you delete it.
Mad with power.
They can't make that thing fly
*Honestly believes No Country For Old Men to be more deserving of the Best Picture Oscar than There Will Be Blood
*Watches Final Score when they have access to Soccer Saturday
"I drink your milkshake!" : Utter shite
I DRINK IT UP
but for me, No Country For Old Men = a fine, fine thriller, TWBB = pure cinema
massive difference seeing some films on the cinema versus TV/DVD. Not all, but many.
It's not being precious, it's just stating a fact; you haven't properly experienced TWBB unless you've seen it on a massive screen with surround sound! That's primarily where it was intended to be seen.
I disagree, the whole 'you simply had to see it at the cinema ya?' Is just indie oneupmanship. The subtext is 'I got there before you.'.
I watched it at home on a decent telly in good company with a glass of wine. Perfect.
Cinemas are THE WORST places to watch films.
although they do make me a harsher critic as i've paid more to watch a film i obviously expect more than if i'm just watching a film on tv.
Besides I saw TWBB in the cinema and i didn't like it
There's nothing wrong with watching a film on the sofa with a glass of wine at all - I enjoy it too, but it's just not up for argument that seeing 35/70mm films on the big screen is a totally different experience! Some films are more centred around dialogue/plot (Glengarry Glen Ross springs to mind as I watched it the other day) where it's far from essential to see on the big screen, but others, which make a greater deal of visuals and sound, are primarily shot + designed for theatrical viewing before they take on a new life in auxilliary markets, where they can be enjoyed and appreciated without the full impact of that immersive experience. Stuff like TWBB, Lawrence of Arabia, 2001, even The Dark Knight are these types of films.
But you know this, and I'm being trolled, and I'm mildly annoyed for extending my time on the toilet unnecessarily by typing this
*At the same time, if you don't like TWBB, then each to their own! (I don't understand it, but that's life)
this was true before people had 50inch HDTVs and the quality of picture was a clear step down but if you have a decent telly and crank the sound up you gain absolutely nothing from seeing it in the cinema apart from being uncomfortable and surrounded by cretins eating popcorn.
you're surrounded by popcorn slurping arseholes and, possibly even worse, pseuds muttering things like `so glad we caught this on the big screen under their breath ya?`.
We've got a decent sized telly (not vulgar-huge though) and a bluray player. All the immersive cinema experience we need.
*`so glad we caught this on the big screen ya?', under their breath.
God knows how I fudged that up. Probably because I was so incensed at ashtreath's indier than though stance.
having a top quality TV and sound system, but I'm guessing that's not the norm for most people (well, me anyway).
zxcvbnm, you're just being a tit. There's nothing 'indie' about wanting to watch a 35mm film in the fucking cinema, why are you so insecure? Don't worry, I'm not going to call you a pleb for wanting to watch a film from the comfort of your couch.
and watched it at home on Channel 4. And as much as I enjoyed it, it made me really really wish I'd seen it in the cinema. Certain films are definitely better in the cinema, stop being silly.
so it's not just "I got there before you".
Both good films but TWBB was stunning.
that they and/or the group of people they are associated with are 'nice people'. This usually happens with bands on their way 'up', and they are always utter cunts.
*Never trust anyone who claims to understand Lacan.*
It’s advice that’s served me well.
see also John Terry
I am cursed with two first names. That are also alliterative.
Anyone who is incapable of admitting "I don't know" is not to be trusted. It's important to be aware of the limits of your knowledge/extent of your ignorance and to acknowledge those limits.
He says go fuck yourself.
She says go fuck yourself.
Apparently its all over the internet
and no surname
Carroll is a girls first name
Although this link to footballers does seem accurate
Also, John Leslie
- Someone who ruins evenings STRAIGHT AWAY, by saying things like - I can't stay long, quiet one for me etc.
- Someone who insists Dickens is funny, not comedic, but funny.
- Someone who eats steak well-done (ironic term)
- Someone who talks endlessly about people you don't know - then x said to y about z.
- Doesn't like thunder road by Bruce Springsteen.
- Thinks Dylan can't sing.
- asks you if you are a Beatles of a Stones man
- Never dances. ever.
- Likes Shelly more than Byron.
- Goes on about Larkin being a racist.
- Doesn't swear.
- Prefers summer clothes to winter clothes.
- Is squeamish about filthy talk
- Plays drinking games
- talks too much about uni/school.
- Doesn't like Hemmingway.
- reduces discussion about Lawrence/Nabokov to some banal comment about paedophilia/perversion
- Hates a specific genre of music indiscriminately
- Hates meeting new people/talking to strangers.
I'm a bit lonely.
*with the exception of ska punk, right?
Nothing good has come from ska punk.
...doesn't drink tea
e.g. goes on about 'Thanksgiving' or calls a torch a 'flashlight' (I have a colleague born and bred in Lancaster who does this).
It's about this time of year as the nights close in and the weather turns colder that I start cracking my knuckles and gearing up for my usual 'Father Christmas' / 'Santa Claus' head-smacking.
can we do DOUBLE speech marks now! Whoah.
Who slew the speech mark eating monster?
full of severed prostitutes heads.
offers free labour for your crypt and is also a cruel ghost who just wants to haunt your crypt.
especially 80s Brian Ferry.