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Originally posted by Double 0 Soul Double 0 Soul wrote:

According to the music section 'Dido' was still a thing back in 2001

Fuck me gentlemen, we've lived through some horrors...


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And it gets worse.

They've run out of my favourite beer at my favourite pub!
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Originally posted by Double 0 Soul Double 0 Soul wrote:

According to the music section 'Dido' was still a thing back in 2001

Fuck me gentlemen, we've lived through some horrors...



Was that a crack? I think that was a crack.


Funny thing is, I had no idea who Dido was. I just looked up the first video that said 'thank you'. And I figured ZZ Tops take on it could possibly be misconstrued. Plus the video reminded me of "Up" which was actually inspired by a little old lady and her house in Ballard, which is right across the lake.
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You're possibly reading too much into it JH, it was only a crack at how utterly dreadful Dido is/was

"I had no idea who Dido was" ...Really?
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Yup, she was/is terrible.

But, IMHO, those Red Wing boots with the pale colored "flat to the ground from toe to heel" soles are equally bad. Look like children's "just learning to walk" items.


But just like Dido, they shift the units!


So I guess we all like different things. Each to his own
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I'm pretty sure she wanted me to send her unsolicited pairs of homemade mens underpants in the mail. 'Course now I need to figure out some way to impress Jodie Foster...
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Originally posted by Double 0 Soul Double 0 Soul wrote:

we watched Rare Exports (yet again) i love this film its bleak but ultimately uplifting just what a Christmas film should be.

Thanks again for the recommendation, we watched this just after Christmas (99p to rent on Amazon prime), it was great. A bit like Victor Kyam (with Remington) I liked it so much, I bought the DVD.
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No bother, good init

I posted the 'gingerbread/not quite dead elf' scene years ago in the films thread and nobody got it.
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I saw this on Twitter recently, I’m pretty sure it’s Hulme:
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A fairly standard day in hulme by the looks of it. ...
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