We invented the good stuff, Zac. All you need to know pal.

Does any of it really matter though.

8 hours per day you are asleep, so in theory you could be anywhere
8 hours per day you are at work, so your living location needs to be pretty accessible.
rest of the day you are watching telly, rowing with the missus, eating your tea etc.

How much of Edward's week is spent strolling through leafy Chiswick?

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liquitech1 wrote:

Has anybody been watching 'The Jinx' on HBO? if you haven't then you should start today...trust me..

Have four episodes downloaded, it is only 6 parts though?

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Yant wrote:

I always liked that Compass Error track.


Gotta be in the top ten bestest dance tunes of all time, Jase.

This is the 2013 mix with all the tunes labelled nicely.

http://www.1001tracklists.com/tracklist … 08-30.html

Just to recap.

Homegrove wrote:
BedrockMysteryMod wrote:

I've given the two of you a weeks break as this has become tiresome.

Please keep this thread on point i.e. the momentous return to Heaven, which many here are looking forward to smile smile

And I changed Doggman's ban permanent.

Was ably assisted by DS D. Ermo

Chorlton is a shit-hole mate, we are from Bowdon.

Bit of a coincidence that Dogmanstar888 had www.747.com in his profile methinks.

http://www.bedrock.org.uk/socialise/pro … id=1102497

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Shame it was plagiarised from the other thread.

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I thought that was a bit harsh by Henry, if i'm being honest.

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A lad at work comes in with all the series, Spartacus, Viking, True Blood. They all have loads of shagging and 'fit burds'

Don't have the heart to mention Beeg.

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Thought i would raise the bar here and start a great discussion about the English Reformation.


DISCUSS.

millsy23 wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

'And another thing Paul, did i mention Schoom'

'Dying for a piss here PAL'

You got the rum deal. I've got Mr C over here talking me through Stanislavskian method acting.


Defo, next to him is Edward with those tight shorts on with his bollocks hanging out.

Eyes rolling all over the shop, muttering to himself about kitchen sinks when he's only on his second pill and it 7am Sunday.

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Finished Wolf Hall about Thomas Cromwell/Henry VIII/Anne Boleyn, rather interesting, well acting and had a decent pace for a period drama.

'And another thing Paul, did i mention Schoom'

'Dying for a piss here PAL'

Rampling doesn't half bang on about himself, would be the worse seat in the house next to him on the settee at an afters i reckon.

Strange diversion as Bradford must be about 15 miles away from the nearest point of the M1 nr Leeds.

We stayed at Four Season in Canary Wharf last xmas, rather souless but quite refreshing after some hours in the madness of the west end.

It's lovely in leafy Cheshire.

Max is quite short, H FYI.

Homegrove wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

Was thinking Joseph Gordon Levitt to play me in the film Millsy, have James Franco in mind for you.

Colin Farrel could do a good Millsy.


Good call, bushy eyebrows and a total plonker.

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One can only imagine the amount of mental energy in the room with Cowie and Kaufman.

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Always think that Dermo's continued grief giving to Loopy was his ultimate downfall.

Loopy has too many people placed in high places.

Was thinking Joseph Gordon Levitt to play me in the film Millsy, have James Franco in mind for you.