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Old 12-24-2011, 10:17 PM   #61
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If there are, we'll all be dead.
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Anyone want a peanut?

Princess Bride completely memorized here. Figured it would be gay if I admitted it was on my top 5 list. But since NEPS and Paul are cool with it...
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Old 12-24-2011, 11:30 PM   #62
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Sean isn't invited to the sleepover.
I can breath life into that stale party.

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Princess Bride completely memorized here. Figured it would be gay if I admitted it was on my top 5 list. But since NEPS and Paul are cool with it...
Nothing wrong with that. You can openly admit to loving the Pirate's of Penzance too.
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Nothing wrong with that. You can openly admit to loving the Pirate's of Penzance too.

OK, in the fifth grade I did along with HMS Pinafore ...... or maybe it was the third grade.



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OK, in the fifth grade I did along with HMS Pinafore ...... or maybe it was the third grade.
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Btw, last year a customer gave me a $100 gift card to Borders Books. The wife and I decided to compile a list of our top 10 favorite movies and buy them with the card. After only a couple days, we had compiled a list of over 80 films we both considered "classic" and necessary for the collection. It was tough to trim it down and pick only 10.
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Just watched Revolver.

Magnifique.
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OK, in the fifth grade I did along with HMS Pinafore ...... or maybe it was the third grade.
Trying to think of a word, an adjective, can't quite remember, metro something or other
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ME: "Fifth Element"...all day everyday, mooltipass!

WIFE: "Joe Dirt"...odd choice for a girl like her, really odd.

JOINT MOVIE: "The Stupids"...most stupidest movie evar!
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Brokeback mountain
Never saw that one.
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It's a pretty good movie..(although I kinda hate being the first one here to say that)

If one can get past any homophobe-issues they might have.

Movie starts out with some really nice cinematography...then all the sudden Ang Lee hits you over the head with the "tent scene"...

and you're all WTF are they doing?

Sad ending (but I didn't cry)

far as you know
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although I kinda hate being the first one here to say that)
unless NEPS did...I looked back through the thread and couldn't find the post Bender got the quote from.
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[you] hmmmm...Steve's sensitive, writes poetry, and liked Brokeback Mtn.[/you]


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