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    Sarah Shagal

    The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)
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    yayyyyy i got 9900 XDXD

    99 POSTS TO GO!
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    He was in no state to enjoy his freedom, he could barely walk! They should haev let him out earlier.
    Exactly, some really dumb people who do not know the facts think he is some murderer who are too silly to focus on their problems and rather think "Oh, some geezer who committed a crime 40 years ago who is going to die is being released so he can have the freedom to die with his family, THAT IS AN OUTRAGE"...

    I mean we have some right tossers in this country with no brain cells, the whole fiasco and the reactions towards it has made me so livid with people


    :puppyeyes: but I am back to normal now
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    ooo 9898
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    Elisabeth Nodosheen

    Countess Dracula (1971)
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    Push on people
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    Yes, It is thanks for that I forget to put it in!
    Have you seen it then? Favourite scene?

    I liked Le Quai de Seine
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    (Original post by XCRUSHESX)
    Exactly, some really dumb people who do not know the facts think he is some murderer who are too silly to focus on their problems and rather think "Oh, some geezer who committed a crime 40 years ago who is going to die is being released so he can have the freedom to die with his family, THAT IS AN OUTRAGE"...

    I mean we have some right tossers in this country with no brain cells, the whole fiasco and the reactions towards it has made me so livid with people


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    Hahah chill!! I think he should have never handed himself in. UK did him!
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    (Original post by panglossian)
    Are we justified in blaming you for the vampiric deviation of this thread? :p:

    yes you are

    but it is amusing XD
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    I am having fun finding how vampires XD
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    (Original post by panglossian)
    Have you seen it then? Favourite scene?

    I liked Le Quai de Seine
    I can lie say yes, then go on IMDB and say this bit was goooooooood.

    But truth spoken, first time i've herd of it!
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    Not long to go now (in terms of posts to 10K; the actual wait to RD seems be taking forever, not helped by the fact that I'm still awake but meh).
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    Take a chance on me (8)

    Abba, you're a bad man.
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    In 2009, a sixteenth-century female skull with a rock wedged in its mouth was found near the remains of plague victims. It was not unusual during that century to shove a rock or brick in the mouth of a suspected vampire to prevent it from feeding on the bodies of other plague victims or attacking the living. Female vampires were also often blamed for spreading the bubonic plague throughout Europe.d
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    Best looking vampire I've found *so far*

    Akasha

    Queen of the Damned (2002)
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    I like spam :')

    I am going to miss it when all of this is over!
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    I can lie say yes, then go on IMDB and say this bit was goooooooood.

    But truth spoken, first time i've herd of it!
    Shame on you. :p:
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    Miriam Blaylock

    The Hunger (1983)
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    (Original post by Jack Sparrow)
    Hahah chill!! I think he should have never handed himself in. UK did him!
    Nevahhhh!!

    But yeah, he had an incredibly eventful life so good for him... stole 2.3 million pounds with other people, moved around the world, had a wife and kids, made music with the sex pistols...

    The convicts have all the luck :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by The Morrigu)
    In 2009, a sixteenth-century female skull with a rock wedged in its mouth was found near the remains of plague victims. It was not unusual during that century to shove a rock or brick in the mouth of a suspected vampire to prevent it from feeding on the bodies of other plague victims or attacking the living. Female vampires were also often blamed for spreading the bubonic plague throughout Europe.d
    I hear vampires are to blame for swine flu
 
 
 
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