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What do ya reckon? Hot debate at the mo with my sister Cate....!
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You have no idea how much that made me laugh I read Colin Firth as Colin Farell - I've got funny memories attached to the whole Phonebooth thing even though I've never seen it, lol.
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Go Eddie!
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OOO I don't fancy ANY of them, but I like good old Eddie... he seems to be quite a disciplinarian
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I feel like I've just walked into the girls' dormitory.
You say it like it's a bad thing...
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Colin Firth is gorgeous But what the heck's going on with Brosnan and Eddie Stone??! Am I missing something? Ok, maybe I could see the faint attraction with Brosnan but Eddie Stone??
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OOO I don't fancy ANY of them, but I like good old Eddie... he seems to be quite a disciplinarian
Yay!! A kindred spirit, another Eddie fan!

I'm off to watch SAS Desert!!
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Yay!! A kindred spirit, another Eddie fan!

I'm off to watch SAS Desert!!
Another SAS! I have seen:

SAS are you tough enough
SAS jungle
SAS secrets

There's another? And I'm going to have to miss it. Oh Eddie!
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No no no DERMOT O'LEARY hehehe, he's the reason I watch that SAS thing
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Means nothing without the Scottish accent.....
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I've got a kilt.

A normal skirt made out of tartan fabric doesn't constitute a kilt...
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Oh Eddie!
Is that Eddie Stone? It was so funny when he said '70% of the SAS are Scottish, and there's a reason for that. Its because we're hard *******s'.

I was laughing all night
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Is that Eddie Stone? It was so funny when he said '70% of the SAS are Scottish, and there's a reason for that. Its because we're hard *******s'.

I was laughing all night
Ah the land of the deep fried mars bars
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Ah the land of the deep fried mars bars
Thats true. I went to a CTC in a town with a large population of ethnic Scots, and deep fried creme eggs were popular too!
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deep fried creme eggs


Urgh!
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Thats true. I went to a CTC in a town with a large population of ethnic Scots, and deep fried creme eggs were popular too!
amazing how healthy they are up there - bet you they fry their bananas and apples up there too
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TROGDOR!!!!
TROGDOR!!!!
Trogdor was a man, I mean, he was a dragon man,
Or maybe he was just dragon,
But he was still TROGDOR!!!!
TROGDOR!!!!!
Burninating the countryside,
Burninating the pheasants,
Burninating all the people,
In their THATCH-ROOFED COTTAGES!!!
THATCH-ROOFED COTTAGES!!!
And then Trogdor comes in the NIGHT!!!
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TROGDOR!!!!
TROGDOR!!!!
Trogdor was a man, I mean, he was a dragon man,
Or maybe he was just dragon,
But he was still TROGDOR!!!!
TROGDOR!!!!!
Burninating the countryside,
Burninating the pheasants,
Burninating all the people,
In their THATCH-ROOFED COTTAGES!!!
THATCH-ROOFED COTTAGES!!!
And then Trogdor comes in the NIGHT!!!
ah was this one of Coleridge's lesser-known-more-dependent-on-opium works of poetic genius?
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amazing how healthy they are up there - bet you they fry their bananas and apples up there too
I don't think that many of them know what fruit and vegetables are. At my school though the kids couldn't have chips every day, only once a week, so they have started to tackle the problem. What do you mean up there?! I'm from the south midlands!
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Yes Homeskillet.
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