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convinced one of the actors would call me up on to the stage. had to hide under the seats.
I was terrified of being asked to go up, and then utterly GUTTED when I wasn't choice to go up and hadn't made more effort to be chosen to go up.
but without it I would not have seen the Fonz in Boots (the dispensing chemists). Or loads of dwarves last year.
I don't think I've ever spoken to a dwarf. Have you?
Ralph Malph and the beanstalk.
even though warwick davies lives nearby. disappointing
What’s next, ‘Oh, all the shops are so busy!’ ‘It all starts too early in the year!’ or ‘New Year’s Eve is actually really shit!’?
Threads like this: Absolutely shit.
Was it on telly last night or something?
H_Y_G TWEETS 11 hours ago via HTC peep:
"Why are shops so busy at Christmas?" "Have you ever noticed they don't have enough sprouts?" "Aren't cards annoying?" Insightful stuff.
So h_y_g likes Grumpy Old Men?
I still don't like pantomimes though.
Quick, let's talk about things we enjoy.
Efficient cross-country train services?
*don't actually like the archers, but it appears to be something old middle class people like.
gets REALLY pissed off at a fairly innocuous comment. tito_santano about the babies in offices, now Marckee about pantomimes :D
I was in panto as a child and I loved it. My ex-boyfriend forged a fairly decent career out of panto before he got too fat/ deported. See!
does not compute.
When he gave up the class As he got supertubby and couldn't manage the choreography.
Therefore pantos = good.
Would probably still be rubbish though.
It was just competitor vs competitor, wasn't it.
But I bet they had a go on it after hours before their probable nightly orgies.
i would do yoga for that woman.
that's how strong the physical attraction is.
some years we'd to to The Nuffield and see a childrens production and they were always really good, I remember The Snow Queen being especially enjoyable.
AFter 20 minutes with no dialogue, we realised it was a dance interpretation.
Was not a fan.
Went to see a modern version of the opera Carmen, called Car Man (it was set in a garage), after about 20 minutes I turned to friend and asked 'when are they going to start singing?' but they didn't know and looked just as concerned as I did. Turned out it was a ballet.
Some postmodern shit right there
What can't be interpreted by dance? The only limit is your imagination.