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Re: movies

Post by JennyB » 13 Jul 2010, 11:39am

Dr. Medulla wrote:
JennyB wrote:
Heston wrote:I remember I took a caravan holiday in Scotland about ten years ago and some half-pissed Jock would wake the whole site up with his wretched skirling every morning. I tried to steal them but he'd chained them to his caravan wheel with a bicycle lock. Nothing a pair of scissors didn't sort out.
I did not understand one word of that. Does anyone have a Geordie/English dictionary?
Heston became a gypsy and went to Scotland where an angry or drunk athlete woke people up by doing something wretched.
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Re: movies

Post by Heston » 13 Jul 2010, 11:42am

I remember I took a trailer vacation in Scotland about ten years ago and some mildly inebriated Scotsman would wake the whole trailer park up with his wretched bagpipe playing every morning. I tried to steal them but he'd chained them to his trailer wheel with a bicycle lock. Nothing a pair of scissors didn't sort out.
So what does Marconi playing the mamba mean? "Marconi" is referring to the radio itself. It plays a deadly snake. The snake - the mamba - is slithering from the speakers. Ready to kill greedy corporations. Ready to free the world of all that is evil, and to leave behind only the youthful idealism encompassed by the tenets of rock and roll.

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Re: movies

Post by eumaas » 13 Jul 2010, 11:47am

matedog wrote:
JennyB wrote:
Heston wrote:I remember I took a caravan holiday in Scotland about ten years ago and some half-pissed Jock would wake the whole site up with his wretched skirling every morning. I tried to steal them but he'd chained them to his caravan wheel with a bicycle lock. Nothing a pair of scissors didn't sort out.
I did not understand one word of that. Does anyone have a Geordie/English dictionary?
I thought it was Purple Hayes posting again.
You are so Hoy. Purpley is one of the least limeyed of the limeys. In fact, he's half-American...
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Re: movies

Post by Heston » 13 Jul 2010, 11:50am

eumaas wrote:
matedog wrote:
JennyB wrote:
Heston wrote:I remember I took a caravan holiday in Scotland about ten years ago and some half-pissed Jock would wake the whole site up with his wretched skirling every morning. I tried to steal them but he'd chained them to his caravan wheel with a bicycle lock. Nothing a pair of scissors didn't sort out.
I did not understand one word of that. Does anyone have a Geordie/English dictionary?
I thought it was Purple Hayes posting again.
You are so Hoy. Purpley is one of the least limeyed of the limeys. In fact, he's half-American...
PH has been known to use a lot of English vernacular. I try to de-Limeyfy a lot of my posts due to the huge ( :shifty: ) American contingent on here.
So what does Marconi playing the mamba mean? "Marconi" is referring to the radio itself. It plays a deadly snake. The snake - the mamba - is slithering from the speakers. Ready to kill greedy corporations. Ready to free the world of all that is evil, and to leave behind only the youthful idealism encompassed by the tenets of rock and roll.

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Re: movies

Post by eumaas » 13 Jul 2010, 11:51am

Heston wrote:
eumaas wrote:
matedog wrote:
JennyB wrote:
Heston wrote:I remember I took a caravan holiday in Scotland about ten years ago and some half-pissed Jock would wake the whole site up with his wretched skirling every morning. I tried to steal them but he'd chained them to his caravan wheel with a bicycle lock. Nothing a pair of scissors didn't sort out.
I did not understand one word of that. Does anyone have a Geordie/English dictionary?
I thought it was Purple Hayes posting again.
You are so Hoy. Purpley is one of the least limeyed of the limeys. In fact, he's half-American...
PH has been known to use a lot of English vernacular. I try to de-Limeyfy a lot of my posts due to the huge ( :shifty: ) American contingent on here.
He might talk the talk, but he knows which side his sealed pancakes are buttered on.
"The only thing that really occurs to me that I can say on this is to point out how fascinating it is that the Hassan-i-Sabbah archetype keeps turning up over and over again ... He disappears up into the mountains and is never seen again. Believe me, he'll never be seen again. He'll live forever because of that."

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Re: movies

Post by matedog » 13 Jul 2010, 11:52am

Heston wrote:
eumaas wrote:
matedog wrote:
JennyB wrote:
Heston wrote:I remember I took a caravan holiday in Scotland about ten years ago and some half-pissed Jock would wake the whole site up with his wretched skirling every morning. I tried to steal them but he'd chained them to his caravan wheel with a bicycle lock. Nothing a pair of scissors didn't sort out.
I did not understand one word of that. Does anyone have a Geordie/English dictionary?
I thought it was Purple Hayes posting again.
You are so Hoy. Purpley is one of the least limeyed of the limeys. In fact, he's half-American...
PH has been known to use a lot of English vernacular. I try to de-Limeyfy a lot of my posts due to the huge ( :shifty: ) American contingent on here.
Yep. Eumaas keeps saying he's half american, but I don't have to search long to find a post like this:
Purple Hayes wrote:Dragging on a bit innit?, I'm actually going to the chippy now being a good Catholic boy, sort it out Moaty, fight the law or put 'em up..
Which isn't too egregious, but it's certainly more limey than the average post.
Look, you have to establish context for these things. And I maintain that unless you appreciate the Fall of Constantinople, the Great Fire of London, and Mickey Mantle's fatalist alcoholism, live Freddy makes no sense. If you want to half-ass it, fine, go call Simon Schama to do the appendix.

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Re: movies

Post by matedog » 13 Jul 2010, 11:53am

eumaas wrote:
Heston wrote:
eumaas wrote:
matedog wrote:
JennyB wrote: I did not understand one word of that. Does anyone have a Geordie/English dictionary?
I thought it was Purple Hayes posting again.
You are so Hoy. Purpley is one of the least limeyed of the limeys. In fact, he's half-American...
PH has been known to use a lot of English vernacular. I try to de-Limeyfy a lot of my posts due to the huge ( :shifty: ) American contingent on here.
He might talk the talk, but he knows which side his sealed pancakes are buttered on.
Well, I hadn't considered that.
Look, you have to establish context for these things. And I maintain that unless you appreciate the Fall of Constantinople, the Great Fire of London, and Mickey Mantle's fatalist alcoholism, live Freddy makes no sense. If you want to half-ass it, fine, go call Simon Schama to do the appendix.

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Re: movies

Post by Wolter » 13 Jul 2010, 11:53am

matedog wrote:
Heston wrote:
eumaas wrote:
matedog wrote:
JennyB wrote: I did not understand one word of that. Does anyone have a Geordie/English dictionary?
I thought it was Purple Hayes posting again.
You are so Hoy. Purpley is one of the least limeyed of the limeys. In fact, he's half-American...
PH has been known to use a lot of English vernacular. I try to de-Limeyfy a lot of my posts due to the huge ( :shifty: ) American contingent on here.
Yep. Eumaas keeps saying he's half american, but I don't have to search long to find a post like this:
Purple Hayes wrote:Dragging on a bit innit?, I'm actually going to the chippy now being a good Catholic boy, sort it out Moaty, fight the law or put 'em up..
Which isn't too egregious, but it's certainly more limey than the average post.
Note he used it in a thread about a local English/Geordie issue.
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Re: movies

Post by Purple Hayes » 13 Jul 2010, 11:59am

Wolter wrote:
matedog wrote:
Heston wrote:
eumaas wrote:
matedog wrote: I thought it was Purple Hayes posting again.
You are so Hoy. Purpley is one of the least limeyed of the limeys. In fact, he's half-American...
PH has been known to use a lot of English vernacular. I try to de-Limeyfy a lot of my posts due to the huge ( :shifty: ) American contingent on here.
Yep. Eumaas keeps saying he's half american, but I don't have to search long to find a post like this:
Purple Hayes wrote:Dragging on a bit innit?, I'm actually going to the chippy now being a good Catholic boy, sort it out Moaty, fight the law or put 'em up..
Which isn't too egregious, but it's certainly more limey than the average post.
Note he used it in a thread about a local English/Geordie issue.
Yeah, what Wolter said innit..When in Rome bruv innit?
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Re: movies

Post by JennyB » 13 Jul 2010, 12:00pm

Heston wrote:I remember I took a trailer vacation in Scotland about ten years ago and some mildly inebriated Scotsman would wake the whole trailer park up with his wretched bagpipe playing every morning. I tried to steal them but he'd chained them to his trailer wheel with a bicycle lock. Nothing a pair of scissors didn't sort out.
Thank you, much better. :mrgreen:
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Re: movies

Post by Purple Hayes » 13 Jul 2010, 12:01pm

Gibson and Cruise together....United Psychopaths :mrgreen:

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Re: movies

Post by Heston » 13 Jul 2010, 12:03pm

JennyB wrote:
Heston wrote:I remember I took a trailer vacation in Scotland about ten years ago and some mildly inebriated Scotsman would wake the whole trailer park up with his wretched bagpipe playing every morning. I tried to steal them but he'd chained them to his trailer wheel with a bicycle lock. Nothing a pair of scissors didn't sort out.
Thank you, much better. :mrgreen:
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So what does Marconi playing the mamba mean? "Marconi" is referring to the radio itself. It plays a deadly snake. The snake - the mamba - is slithering from the speakers. Ready to kill greedy corporations. Ready to free the world of all that is evil, and to leave behind only the youthful idealism encompassed by the tenets of rock and roll.

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Re: movies

Post by Bankrobber » 13 Jul 2010, 4:07pm

Wolter wrote:
Bankrobber wrote: All three NL Vacation movies are pretty good.
Ummm...I think there are 4.
I'm aware, but...

A) No "National Lampoon" in the title.

B)It sucked and I forgot about it.
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Re: movies

Post by Wolter » 13 Jul 2010, 4:08pm

Bankrobber wrote:
Wolter wrote:
Bankrobber wrote: All three NL Vacation movies are pretty good.
Ummm...I think there are 4.
I'm aware, but...

A) No "National Lampoon" in the title.

B)It sucked and I forgot about it.
A) Nice try, rules lawyer.
B) Okay, that one works.
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Re: movies

Post by Inder » 13 Jul 2010, 6:32pm

The absolute worst movie I've ever seen (and I tend to enjoy stupid movies like The Stupids and Carpool) was Funny Money. Hard to believe Chevy Chase was once funny after you see that.

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