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    (Original post by e hine e)
    I'll be spamming with youtube videos of the Glee tour if that helps :woo:

    There better be interviews and spoilers released every day over the summer.

    I even thought about waiting for the finale to be aired here before watching it but I thought about it for about a second and decided against it.
    Haha, it was totally out of the question for me
    One of the tour dates for London is on my birthday, I would have went, but when I heard about those concerts, I was sort of not loving Glee for like a month. Regret it
    Y'know, after I the Rocky Horror Glee Show, I thought the songs were really good, but then I actually watched the film (i'm a theatre newbie) and when I rewatched that Glee episode, I was sort of dissapointed The only song which I think was as good as the original was Touch A Touch A Touch A Me.
    (Sorry, just was listening to Rose Tint My World, so wanted to vent)
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    (Original post by Rickkkkk)
    Haha, it was totally out of the question for me
    One of the tour dates for London is on my birthday, I would have went, but when I heard about those concerts, I was sort of not loving Glee for like a month. Regret it
    Y'know, after I the Rocky Horror Glee Show, I thought the songs were really good, but then I actually watched the film (i'm a theatre newbie) and when I rewatched that Glee episode, I was sort of dissapointed The only song which I think was as good as the original was Touch A Touch A Touch A Me.
    (Sorry, just was listening to Rose Tint My World, so wanted to vent)
    I wasn't as in to Glee as I am now when the tickets came out so missed out on all the good seats so sad.

    A lot of people were disappointed in the rocky horror ep (I've never seen the film) but I thought it was okay, the songs were fun and at least it made some people go and discover the musical I suppose. I think they literally did it as a high school glee club would do it, which toned it down a bit. I thought Kurt as Riff Raff was great.

    I'm just watching Kurt's 'butch' phase from season 1. So funny :rofl:
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    (Original post by e hine e)

    A lot of people were disappointed in the rocky horror ep (I've never seen the film)
    I didn't like it :sad: Toned it down way too much. I love the film, but it just didn't do it for me :sad:

    Gutted I don't have tickets to see Glee, didn't really know about it when they went on sale :cry:

    Anyway I've spent the morning singing to Glee songs since I'm home alone Nothing cheers you up quite like that
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    (Original post by Rickkkkk)
    I have exams next week (well I have one this Friday too) so I most probably wont be able to watch it live D:
    I'll have to check if the exam is on wednesday.
    YES. NO EXAMS ON WEDNESDAY.
    Sorry, I'm just being a bit strange here.
    I really hope I have something to distract me after Glee's gone
    :hello: You're the other guy they were mentioning! Nice to know I'm not the only guy in here
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    (Original post by e hine e)
    I wasn't as in to Glee as I am now when the tickets came out so missed out on all the good seats so sad.

    A lot of people were disappointed in the rocky horror ep (I've never seen the film) but I thought it was okay, the songs were fun and at least it made some people go and discover the musical I suppose. I think they literally did it as a high school glee club would do it, which toned it down a bit. I thought Kurt as Riff Raff was great.

    I'm just watching Kurt's 'butch' phase from season 1. So funny :rofl:
    That's what I love about Glee the most. It reminded me of so many awesome artists.
    Half of my itunes is because of them. (Fleetwood Mac, Journey, Queen, Rocky Horror <3,etc)
    Haha, Brittany was hilarious "KURT: Your lips taste like root beer. What do boy's lips taste like? BRITTANY: USUALLY DIP." LAWL.
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    (Original post by neillya1)
    I didn't like it :sad: Toned it down way too much. I love the film, but it just didn't do it for me :sad:

    Gutted I don't have tickets to see Glee, didn't really know about it when they went on sale :cry:

    Anyway I've spent the morning singing to Glee songs since I'm home alone Nothing cheers you up quite like that
    Yeah, the original was much better. I'm actually rocking out to Rose Tint My World right now
    Yeah, there's another guy here, but does it really matter? All we are here are Glee lovers Aren't you the guy that helped me out the other day? Thanks btw
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    (Original post by Rickkkkk)
    Yeah, there's another guy here, but does it really matter? All we are here are Glee lovers Aren't you the guy that helped me out the other day? Thanks btw
    Doesn't matter at all Was just making a point

    And I don't think I did.... must've been someone else


    Anyway, I hate the Daily Mail so ****ing much homophobia at its finest, both from the paper and the comments, not to mention just taking the piss out of Glee whenever they can.

    Here's a few (disgusting) quotes from the articles:

    Comedian turned politico Victoria Jackson has branded the latest episode of Glee 'sickening' after it screened a gay kiss.

    She wrote: 'Did you see Glee this week? Sickening!'
    'And, besides shoving the gay thing down our throats, they made a mockery of Christians – again! I wonder what their agenda is?

    'Hey, producers of Glee – what's your agenda? One-way tolerance?'

    In the episode, two gay characters Kurt (Chris Colfer) and Blaine (Darren Criss) share a long-awaited kiss.
    'Everyone knows that two men on a wedding cake is a comedy skit, not an "alternate lifestyle"! There I said it! Ridiculous!'
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...sickening.html

    Commenters on the "best comments" bit saying she's right/"Free speech".....

    Now I'm probably one of the most tolerant people you could ever meet - I think people should have the right to whatever opinions they want, their choice. People should be able to say what they want but not if it causes direct offence to others.

    I don't have a problem with someone saying "I don't agree with homosexuality"/"I don't think it's right" but they have to respect it - that's free speech. What she promotes is hate speech. Disgusting.

    Examples of some of the comments from readers (these are the highest rated ones):

    I did think it was kind of lame that an episode about tolerence had to be so agressively anti-Christian. Why such a mixed message? Tolerance for all points of view, right? Right?
    Freedom of speech. She has every right to say what she wants. Let's see how "tolerant" others are of it.

    I agree with her !!! I'm not against a person's sexuality but I am apposed to having it shoved down my throat by a TV program.
    That last quote really makes me laugh - It's the classic case of "I'm not homophobic but...." Sorry love, what you just wrote was homophobic and highly offensive. Does every straight kiss shove heterosexuality down your throat? What if I said I can't stand heterosexual kisses on TV - imagine the reaction these people would have?

    Like I said, I'm really tolerant of everyone and their views, but if I ever meet the woman that article is on about I will actually punch her. In the face. Really ****ing hard. Then maybe do it again for good measure.

    Or just have sex with my boyfriend right in front of her. That'll **** her up.

    The comments on the Klaine kiss are disgunsting too:

    Not a TV show goes by these days without a gay story in it. It seem they want to promote this lifestyle to our young generation as early as possible. We must wonder, why?
    Oh, I don't know dumb****, maybe to promote tolerance? Maybe, you know, homosexuals are fed up of being bullied like Kurt, maybe Ryan Murphy is trying to tell people there's no need to bully someone. Maybe enough gay people at schools have decided to take their own life that something needs to be done to change bigoted attitudes like yours?

    I'd like to put her through one ****ing day of what I went through at school, then we'll see how she feels.

    So homosexuals = 1% of the US population, but are somehow part of 90% of tv/movie plotlines. Are there any tv series left that don't have a character identified as homosexual? Why aren't the Eskimos and American Indians in alllll the plotlines? They have no representation at all despite making up the same percentage of population. Are the writers anti-Eski? Or just really determined that homosexuality should be the all-consuming central focus of society?


    If anyone has been "waiting" for that display, I feel sorry for you. Yuk.
    You're second in line to be punched in the face. Maybe in the ovaries too to ensure you can't ever have kids and bring them up in your bigoted ways.

    Article for second lot of quotes:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...sh-Blaine.html

    And one of the worst rated comments? This:
    You won't find anything more sensual than a man who is completely comfortable with his sexuality and knows who he his. Darren Criss is such a man. Complete confidence in who he is. Doesn't get any better than that!


    I don't know how my own dad can read this paper sometimes. Then again, he is a colossal **** most of the time when it comes to me.


    Sorry for the wall of text everyone!

    I'm just so pissed off I had to share it
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    (Original post by neillya1)
    Doesn't matter at all Was just making a point

    And I don't think I did.... must've been someone else


    Anyway, I hate the Daily Mail so ****ing much homophobia at its finest, both from the paper and the comments, not to mention just taking the piss out of Glee whenever they can.

    Here's a few (disgusting) quotes from the articles:







    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...sickening.html

    Commenters on the &quot;best comments&quot; bit saying she's right/&quot;Free speech&quot;.....

    Now I'm probably one of the most tolerant people you could ever meet - I think people should have the right to whatever opinions they want, their choice. People should be able to say what they want but not if it causes direct offence to others.

    I don't have a problem with someone saying &quot;I don't agree with homosexuality&quot;/&quot;I don't think it's right&quot; but they have to respect it - that's free speech. What she promotes is hate speech. Disgusting.

    Examples of some of the comments from readers (these are the highest rated ones):







    That last quote really makes me laugh - It's the classic case of &quot;I'm not homophobic but....&quot; Sorry love, what you just wrote was homophobic and highly offensive. Does every straight kiss shove heterosexuality down your throat? What if I said I can't stand heterosexual kisses on TV - imagine the reaction these people would have?

    Like I said, I'm really tolerant of everyone and their views, but if I ever meet the woman that article is on about I will actually punch her. In the face. Really ****ing hard. Then maybe do it again for good measure.

    Or just have sex with my boyfriend right in front of her. That'll **** her up.

    The comments on the Klaine kiss are disgunsting too:



    Oh, I don't know dumb****, maybe to promote tolerance? Maybe, you know, homosexuals are fed up of being bullied like Kurt, maybe Ryan Murphy is trying to tell people there's no need to bully someone. Maybe enough gay people at schools have decided to take their own life that something needs to be done to change bigoted attitudes like yours?

    I'd like to put her through one ****ing day of what I went through at school, then we'll see how she feels.







    You're second in line to be punched in the face. Maybe in the ovaries too to ensure you can't ever have kids and bring them up in your bigoted ways.

    Article for second lot of quotes:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...sh-Blaine.html

    And one of the worst rated comments? This:




    I don't know how my own dad can read this paper sometimes. Then again, he is a colossal **** most of the time when it comes to me.


    Sorry for the wall of text everyone!

    I'm just so pissed off I had to share it
    There was a video of those Victoria Jackson comments, you should've seen us tear it apart on here.

    For one, Glee isn't anti-Christian. They only made fun of conservative christians who spread hate around. They had a whole episode dedicated to religion and made it clear that at least one of the main characters went to church. Even in that episode she was talking about Mercedes was shown clapping along to the religious number so her comments there were ridiculous. You should see the video of it, that woman is clearly an idiot.
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    (Original post by neillya1)
    Doesn't matter at all Was just making a point

    And I don't think I did.... must've been someone else
    Spoiler:
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    Thanks man, I joined now
    So I wanted to ask for some advice.
    I'm about 80% sure i'm gay, but im not sure if I should tell my friends yet. There's this one friend who I really trust, but i'm just scared things might get awkward if i'm wrong.
    What do you guys think?

    Sound familiar?
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    (Original post by Rickkkkk)
    Sound familiar?
    Ahhh it's you! Yes that was me

    :hello: Hello! :hugs: Didn't realise you were the same person, I'm used to the LGBT Society being so Anti-Glee
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    To those of you up to date with the American episodes, what number are you on? Is Prom Queen the last one?
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    (Original post by neillya1)
    To those of you up to date with the American episodes, what number are you on? Is Prom Queen the last one?
    :yep:

    The next one is tonight and I for one will be watching it on livestream, 1am this morning.

    Just realised I put tonight, then 1am this morning. You know what I mean.
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    (Original post by e hine e)
    :yep:

    The next one is tonight and I for one will be watching it on livestream, 1am this morning.

    Just realised I put tonight, then 1am this morning. You know what I mean.
    Hehe

    Do you have a link to the Livestream?

    I'm on E19 now, almost up to date
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    (Original post by neillya1)
    Hehe

    Do you have a link to the Livestream?

    I'm on E19 now, almost up to date
    http://tvpc.com/Channel.php?ChannelID=1730

    It's not always the highest quality but the opportunity for live flailing on here is too great to resist. Then you can rewatch it the day after in high quality :woo:
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    I'm not livestreaming it tonight although I really want to.

    I do have an exam at 9am tomorrow but I highly doubt I will be making it... I'm trying to force myself to stay awake at the moment...
    In 6 hours time I can knock myself out with codeine though! :woo:
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    (Original post by Hravan)
    I'm not livestreaming it tonight although I really want to.

    I do have an exam at 9am tomorrow but I highly doubt I will be making it... I'm trying to force myself to stay awake at the moment...
    In 6 hours time I can knock myself out with codeine though! :woo:
    :sad: hope you're feeling better soon :hugs:
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    (Original post by e hine e)
    http://tvpc.com/Channel.php?ChannelID=1730

    It's not always the highest quality but the opportunity for live flailing on here is too great to resist. Then you can rewatch it the day after in high quality :woo:
    Thankyou! :lovehug:

    (Original post by Hravan)
    I'm not livestreaming it tonight although I really want to.

    I do have an exam at 9am tomorrow but I highly doubt I will be making it... I'm trying to force myself to stay awake at the moment...
    In 6 hours time I can knock myself out with codeine though! :woo:
    Get well soon! :hugs: :hugs: :hugs: If you do make it to the exam then best of luck
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    (Original post by neillya1)
    Ahhh it's you! Yes that was me

    :hello: Hello! :hugs: Didn't realise you were the same person, I'm used to the LGBT Society being so Anti-Glee
    Yeah, thanks for the advice by the way
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    (Original post by Rickkkkk)
    Yeah, thanks for the advice by the way
    You're welcome


    Been picture hunting today Most of these have probably been posted by you guys but oh well



    :teehee: Sexy Chris! Something about this picture :giggle:






    So sweet


    :rofl: :rofl:


    Oh Kurt... what are you looking at???
    Any cute guys sitting in a classroom across?
    :rofl:


    Wait... isn't this guy at Dalton? :confused:




    :rofl:


    N'awwwww sweeeeeeeet

    Sorry if they've all been posted before, first time I've seen them though
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    (Original post by neillya1)
    You're welcome


    Been picture hunting today Most of these have probably been posted by you guys but oh well



    :teehee: Sexy Chris! Something about this picture :giggle:






    So sweet


    :rofl: :rofl:


    :rofl:


    Wait... isn't this guy at Dalton? :confused:




    :rofl:


    N'awwwww sweeeeeeeet

    Sorry if they've all been posted before, first time I've seen them though
    I approve of this picspam. Some have been posted, others haven't but who really cares? It's GLEE :party:

    I love that one with all the quotes on. Reminds me of the Klaine journey we've all been on. Wasn't Baby It's Cold Outside the sweetest thing ever? I might go off and watch that now actually...

    That is the guy from Dalton, most of the Warblers were already extras or studio singers on the show :rofl:

    And yes, I did quote all the pictures. Can never be too much of a good thing.
 
 
 
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