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Postby Guest » 12 Jul 2009, 19:35

day_tripper wrote:
Staybeautiful wrote:
day_tripper wrote:<3 you poopster aka stay purty


:oops: I not forgeted tripsy! :d

Fankoo fur not forgeted me, poopyman. :oops: A luffly sonk fur a luffly boi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zz4pTMN3abw






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I love Aimee Mann but 'Til Tuesday were not very good. :lol: You should check out her solo stuff.
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Postby Staypurty! » 13 Jul 2009, 01:13

day_tripper wrote:
Staybeautiful wrote:
day_tripper wrote:<3 you poopster aka stay purty


:oops: I not forgeted tripsy! :d

Fankoo fur not forgeted me, poopyman. :oops: A luffly sonk fur a luffly boi: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zz4pTMN3abw






:shock:





Not available in my country. :cry:
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Postby szabolcs » 17 Jul 2009, 20:42

day_tripper wrote:
brain_of_j wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:I am anal about grammatical mistakes (there was a comma missing) and meant to click the edit button which is right next to the delete button. One thing led to another... :( I make mistakes too.



Stop picking on me. :cry:


Making mistakes makes you human, which is a great PLUS in my book, day_tripper.
Did you eventually read Stand by Moi by Stephen King?

I actually did and it was superb. Any more book recommendations?!!

I have one for you. If you have yet to read 'About A Boy' by Nick Hornby it's a quick and delightful read!


I almost bought a Nick Hornby book 2 days ago. :o
It must be a sign then. 8)

Edit: Charles Bukowski: Women. Great book.


Bukowski rocked. his poetry is stunning

Currently reading Women (amazon-ed the sucker). Decided to try something new!

What are you reading szabolcs? Do tell do tell.


I've just finished 'The Shining' by S.K. One of the best books I have ever read.
It's one of the fews I read in English.
I've wanted to read it for ages. Great book.
I'm to watch the Kubrick film adaptation this weekend. :oops:

BTW Bukowski is great, my next book might be Ham on Rye by him.
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Postby brain_of_j » 18 Jul 2009, 11:50

szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:
brain_of_j wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:I am anal about grammatical mistakes (there was a comma missing) and meant to click the edit button which is right next to the delete button. One thing led to another... :( I make mistakes too.



Stop picking on me. :cry:


Making mistakes makes you human, which is a great PLUS in my book, day_tripper.
Did you eventually read Stand by Moi by Stephen King?

I actually did and it was superb. Any more book recommendations?!!

I have one for you. If you have yet to read 'About A Boy' by Nick Hornby it's a quick and delightful read!


I almost bought a Nick Hornby book 2 days ago. :o
It must be a sign then. 8)

Edit: Charles Bukowski: Women. Great book.


Bukowski rocked. his poetry is stunning

Currently reading Women (amazon-ed the sucker). Decided to try something new!

What are you reading szabolcs? Do tell do tell.


I've just finished 'The Shining' by S.K. One of the best books I have ever read.
It's one of the fews I read in English.
I've wanted to read it for ages. Great book.
I'm to watch the Kubrick film adaptation this weekend. :oops:

BTW Bukowski is great, my next book might be Ham on Rye by him.


be sure to have a pillow to hide behind - it's a scary film!
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Postby szabolcs » 18 Jul 2009, 11:51

brain_of_j wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:
brain_of_j wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:
szabolcs wrote:
day_tripper wrote:I am anal about grammatical mistakes (there was a comma missing) and meant to click the edit button which is right next to the delete button. One thing led to another... :( I make mistakes too.



Stop picking on me. :cry:


Making mistakes makes you human, which is a great PLUS in my book, day_tripper.
Did you eventually read Stand by Moi by Stephen King?

I actually did and it was superb. Any more book recommendations?!!

I have one for you. If you have yet to read 'About A Boy' by Nick Hornby it's a quick and delightful read!


I almost bought a Nick Hornby book 2 days ago. :o
It must be a sign then. 8)

Edit: Charles Bukowski: Women. Great book.


Bukowski rocked. his poetry is stunning

Currently reading Women (amazon-ed the sucker). Decided to try something new!

What are you reading szabolcs? Do tell do tell.


I've just finished 'The Shining' by S.K. One of the best books I have ever read.
It's one of the fews I read in English.
I've wanted to read it for ages. Great book.
I'm to watch the Kubrick film adaptation this weekend. :oops:

BTW Bukowski is great, my next book might be Ham on Rye by him.


be sure to have a pillow to hide behind - it's a scary film!


I'm leaving to buy this film at this very moment. :evil:
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Postby szabolcs » 18 Jul 2009, 15:18

Crap film,huge disappointment.
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Postby brain_of_j » 18 Jul 2009, 19:56

szabolcs wrote:Crap film,huge disappointment.


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

what? What?? WHAT???

you sure you watched the right film? The Shining? with Jack Nicholson, yeah?

THAT FILM IS AMAZING!!!
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Postby bringitondown87 » 18 Jul 2009, 20:04

brain_of_j wrote:
szabolcs wrote:Crap film,huge disappointment.


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

what? What?? WHAT???

you sure you watched the right film? The Shining? with Jack Nicholson, yeah?

THAT FILM IS AMAZING!!!
yeh i love the film, but it's completely different to the book... go into the film not comparing it to the book then it's one of the scariest films of all time. Kubrick changed absolutely LOADS from the book, it's pretty much a whole new story with just some fundamental parts still in place.
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Postby brain_of_j » 18 Jul 2009, 20:21

bringitondown87 wrote:
brain_of_j wrote:
szabolcs wrote:Crap film,huge disappointment.


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

what? What?? WHAT???

you sure you watched the right film? The Shining? with Jack Nicholson, yeah?

THAT FILM IS AMAZING!!!
yeh i love the film, but it's completely different to the book... go into the film not comparing it to the book then it's one of the scariest films of all time. Kubrick changed absolutely LOADS from the book, it's pretty much a whole new story with just some fundamental parts still in place.


i've not read the book :cry: all i know is that the film scares the bejesus outta me...redrum! .....REDFRICKINRUM!!!!
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Postby szabolcs » 18 Jul 2009, 21:56

brain_of_j wrote:
bringitondown87 wrote:
brain_of_j wrote:
szabolcs wrote:Crap film,huge disappointment.


:shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

what? What?? WHAT???

you sure you watched the right film? The Shining? with Jack Nicholson, yeah?

THAT FILM IS AMAZING!!!
yeh i love the film, but it's completely different to the book... go into the film not comparing it to the book then it's one of the scariest films of all time. Kubrick changed absolutely LOADS from the book, it's pretty much a whole new story with just some fundamental parts still in place.


i've not read the book :cry: all i know is that the film scares the bejesus outta me...redrum! .....REDFRICKINRUM!!!!


It's a great book, loved each and every line of it.
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