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    Avenue qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq, we live on avenue qqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqqq

    Anyone else a big fan?? I saw it in March and still listen to the soundtrack all the time!!

    Just thought i'd see if there are any other avenue q fans! :d
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    It's awesome indeed
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    I really enjoyed it, don't have the soundtrack though.
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    I saw Avenue Q on Broadway, bloody amazing! It's closing in the West-End in early September. :[! Makes me said (I start Uni close to London 2 days after it closes!)
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    I love Avenue Q! I saw it in November, would love to see it again when I'm less skint.
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    The cast recording is good, but I much prefer the OLC - Julie Atherton > Stephanie D'Arbruzzo. I listen to the first preview fairly regularly.
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    the internet is really really great
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    for porn.

    My bf is going to see it tonight and i'm SO jealous! I was in London in March and we went to Leicester Square to see if we could get cheap tickets for a show that same night, and ended up getting tickets to go see the last showing of Avenue Q in their old theatre!! Was pretty lucky lol And since it was the last showing, everyone was getting so into it and was really cool. Saying that though, the girl behind me was SO annoying...singing along to EVERYTHING and shouting and wooping constantly! I paid to hear them sing, not the girl behind me haha she was shouted at by the people working in the theatre tho :cool:
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    Ruv It!!!
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    Never seen it, but I've listened to the soundtrack and it sounds awesome!

    It's certainly got me merrily singing "It sucks to be meeee" whilst picking up the milk at Tescos
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    Yeah i went to see it in the noel coward about 2 months before it closed, best night ive had in london ever. Took my 12 year old sister along as well, she loved it! Great family comedy which gets everyone happy. Arent they opening another one in ldn?
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    yea it started in june i think I really want to go back and see it, was so funny!

    What are your favourite songs? Mine has to be My Girlfriend Who Lives In Canada
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    The internet is for porn, most definitely, probably because i use the internet so bloody much.
    That and it sucks to be me, or schadenfreude
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    (Original post by TomInce6666)
    Yeah i went to see it in the noel coward about 2 months before it closed, best night ive had in london ever. Took my 12 year old sister along as well, she loved it! Great family comedy which gets everyone happy. Arent they opening another one in ldn?
    No, really? The Internet is for Porn? You Can Be as Loud as the Hell you Want When You're Making Love? Special?
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    (Original post by Boq Dillamond)
    No, really? The Internet is for Porn? You Can Be as Loud as the Hell you Want When You're Making Love? Special?
    What you getting at here? Just because i dont subscribe to this nanny state of government censorship you're making rash judgements on what i do? Sounds very tabloid to me.
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    Sure, most 12 year olds know all about that stuff anyway!
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    Exactly. What are they gonna learn there that they dont learn in a distorted manner in the primary school playground anyway?
    Holland has the right idea on sex ed.
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    Plus, its funny AND educational. What more would you want!? :p:
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    cheezburger?
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    I just don't know if a 12 year old is going to appreciate the show in the same way someone older might. I would hope that many lines would go over his/her head.
 
 
 

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