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Friday night is movie night!

Posted by Daltons chin dimple on Friday, January 15, 2010

I have my Blu-Ray player primed to go, my shiny big TV is on, a couple of bottles of good vino in the fridge, and Outlander, District 9, The Hurt Locker and Harry Potter 6 on BluRay, all still with the celophane on them.

Which 2 should I watch?

Bill_the_Only
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Out of all those I have only seen District 9, and it's great.

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Watch a hot attarcted movie with good direction in it.

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Daltons chin dimple
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I need some spam with that.

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You could do a sort of military night and go Hurt Locker & District 9. Excellent films. I haven't seen Outlander, but HP6 is also very good -- and Emma Watson in HD? Yum.

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You could do a sort of military night and go Hurt Locker & District 9. Excellent films. I haven't seen Outlander, but HP6 is also very good -- and Emma Watson in HD? Yum.

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I think District 9 would look insane on Blu-Ray. I'd save Harry Potter for after the first bottle of wine.

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I vote for a District 9 + Hurt Locker combo.

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Daltons chin dimple
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I eventually got round to watching sweet f*ck all!!!! Badly interupted night involving non-stop phone calls and drama. Sh*t! No chance of a re-run this Friday to get District 9 and Hurt Locker in though, as I am off to Paris on Friday. Sweeeeeet!

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Paris the city or Paris the Hilton? both are pretty skanky.

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Jakester wrote:

Paris the city or Paris the Hilton? both are pretty skanky.

Yeah, I have heard Paris Hilton has been full of French People.

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The last time I was in Paris, I set fire to sidewalk, got lost, was given a free blue-colored vanilla ice cream scoop dropped in a collectible Brainy Smurf head, and drew the attention of everyone in the Louvre to my mother's gigantic feet.

Yes, Paris the Hilton.

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Bollocks! the wanker I wished he was dead!

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Friday nights in!

I'm staying 500 yards from the Eiffel Tower (tragic waste of Meccano) so will get to dodge the Romanian beggers.

Last time I was in Paris I shagged a Geordie bird and drank lots of wine, then told all the weepy emo motherfuc*ers around Jim Morrison's grave at Mon Matre to get a life.

I don't think it smells of pee, just French people.

I did nearly have a fight with a bunch of French students on the London Underground just before Xmas because they were littering in my carriage with McDonalds wrappers and laughing about it. I had been out on the lash so I got all indignant, drunkenly figuring that even though there were 20 of them, they were French and therefore genetically certain to be cowards.

In retrospect, it might have been for the best that there was an off duty policeman in the carriage or I would be talking to you all now from the next life!

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Shhhhhhh. Bok, any negative talk of foreign guests or immigrants will have you arrested and sent for reprogramming by the NuLabour thought police!!!!

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When I was in Cancun last October there were these 2 Frenchies who walked all over the resort stoned & drunk as hell, hitting on every woman that moved in an attempt to get the women to come back up to their rooms (I suspect to drug them, too).

I know this because they approached my wife one night (while I was in the bathroom). Now normally I could care less who she talks too, but I knew these guys were up to no good as we had observed their behavior for 3 days straight. So I kind of walk up and surprise them, then I shake the hand of the smallest one and I swear to you I've never squeezed somebody's hand so hard in my life. Of course, I didn't let go for a good 10 seconds, all while saying, "Hey, buddy! How are you! Good to see ya!"

Anyway they avoided us the rest of the time they were there.

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There are certain national stereotypes that only the nationals themselves believe. I fear the one about the French being great lovers and that women of all other nations want to fall into bed with them without delay, is one of them.

Other stereotypes, such as the Brits being a bunch of drunken idiots who love a good punch up, are all too true!

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Yes, I see what happens at your soccer games at home and abroad. ;^)

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Daltons chin dimple
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I was drunk, he was wearing a different couloured shirt to me..... so I hit him, and one thing led to another!!!

Actually, this is one thing that is way out of date. In the 70's and 80's there was a massive problem with football hooliganism across the whole world.

Because of two particular instances (Heysel, where the team I support was playing and my cousin was attending) and Hillsborough (where the team I support was playing, my cousin was attending and this time he didn't make it home alive) the particular issue of British hooliganism was placed in the spotlight.

Because of this, the British methods bought the problem largely under control. All seater stadiums instead of terraces, all ticket matches, better policing, intelligence on known "Firms" and trouble makers etc. etc. had pretty much conquered it..... with some unfortunate exceptions. But these exceptions are still far, far better than just about anywhere else in the world.

The British still get stick, primarily because of reputation. The other problem is that rival "firms" from other nations still see the Brits as the benchmark so want to test themselves against the Brit fans in a ruck, even when the Brit fans they are goading just want to have a beer and watch a footie match.

What FIFA, UEFA and the rest of the world like to do is ignore their own shortcomings and generally point at the Brits, even though hooliganism is now confined to isolated incidents over here rather than a regular thing like in many other places.

Try being a visiting fan in Rome for a match when Roma are playing. The Ultras roll with blades and the scalp they prize higher than a Lazio fan is a Brit.

Try attending any football match in Turkey.

Riots, water cannons deployed on crowds, attacks on the ref and players etc. are rife in South America.

Why is football like this? It's a question many Americans ask me and I admit it seems difficult for people used to US sports and structures to understand.

In one word - Franchises. Unlike a lot of US teams, these football clubs are central parts of the community since the modern founding of that community. Several teams in the UK are older than the US itself and many more can trace their heritage back that far. The concept of a sporting team upping sticks and taking it's "Franchise" to whichever city offers them the cash and the stadium is completely beyond comprehension. A team rebranding itself with a snazzy nickname? Never. The crests and colours have existed since the dawn of the club.

It is far more.... erm... tribal than anything you have ever experienced in US sports.

The local rivalries can be split on religious grounds (Celtic and Rangers), go back to the founding of the towns, or the struggle for local status in the days of the industrial revolution. The support bridges generations, as does the rivalry.

Also, it is common for there to be two or more football teams playing professionally in the same city e.g. Liverpool FC and Everton in Liverpool, City and United in Manchester etc. They have been there since the inception of the modern game and will always be there.

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Bok -

"Pissed" in UK means drunk.

"Pissed off" means angry.

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Brits are also known for their dirty, DIRTY minds.

Or at least that's how I know a couple of them. 8^p