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Birty

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Strawbs you fucking mongoloid skank, I get enough grief on here from people who know me. The last thing I need is you chirping in on the subject. I wouldn't mind but I'm the last person who would ever call anyone. You're really out of order!

I think I love you. Are you a feeder? Because if you are then I'm not into that kind of thing. My morbidly obese frame is only temporary until filming ends and then I shall return to my normal svelt self.

Oh and if my breasts are bigger than yours then there is no future for us.

Speggler, that was just plain mean.

I'm going for something to eat. It's a comfort thing really.
 

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Birty said:
Strawbs you fucking mongoloid skank, I get enough grief on here from people who know me. The last thing I need is you chirping in on the subject. I wouldn't mind but I'm the last person who would ever call anyone. You're really out of order!
Heh heh, a light hearted bit of joshing on my part. No offence meant I assure you. ;)

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I think I love you. Are you a feeder? Because if you are then I'm not into that kind of thing. My morbidly obese frame is only temporary until filming ends and then I shall return to my normal svelt self.

Oh and if my breasts are bigger than yours then there is no future for us.
I'm not into that kind of thing either. I like you in a not actually met but seem alright on an internet forum and in visual online blogs with obviously great sense of humour sort of way.

No, I've got a decent set of puppies on me. I doubt you're in my league. :p

By the way, "skank"? How 1994 are you?! ;)
 

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The Hon. Horatio Densborough (brilliantly played by Darren Boyd in Ladies & Gentlemen) on being asked how the novel he is writing is coming along....

The problem with making things up is that literally anything could happen. My hero could go there, or say this, or jump on that, or simply stay where he is and eat a cake. And, perhaps, he isn't even a 'he' at all, but a 'she'...or a chair. It's enough to drive you insane. :D
 

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A clip not quite, er, appropriate for a thread for clips you 'love'.... :eek:

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I think Cricket is rubbish. But there are some questions I like answering about this boring sport. I've tried to get into it, but I just cant. there are also a few suggestion that i think could make the game better.

Why don't they make the wickets bigger... wouldn't that make it more exiting?

What takes them so long between each bowl?

Why do they have to throw it in such a poncy way, why does it have to bounce, why cant a bowler just "yob" it anyway he likes, even like Baseball Pitcher.

Why are cricket fans in uproar about the changing color of the ball to pink, yet at international level the kits or (?) uniform (?) are so colorfully camp.

Why do the umpires look like they have been dug up, and why do they hold the cricketer's jumpers?

I think they should a rule where the bowlers and wicket keepers can attempt to stop the batsmen running, you know like British Bull Dog style...

Also I think when the fielder is throwing the ball back at the wicket keeper, he can also get a batsman out by hitting him with the ball. Also the batsman can hit the ball away again, if he get chance.

I think I might submit that rule to the ECB or whatever they are called, I'll make the game better.
 

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Cop said:
Cricket's rubbish:cool:
Don't get me started on bloody cricket. Or bloody golf. Or bloody rugby. Or bloody football. :rolleyes: Okay, you get the idea, I'm not a sports fan :p Well, apart from tennis, which I rather like, but others probably find it boring lol :cool:
 
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