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  1. Kittypaws

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    Thank you, thank you, thank you..! *kiss-kiss* :-)
     
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    In my case, judging from the catnip, I appear to levitate...:scared:
     
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    Currently wondering why the Captain B*ll*cks tshirt is always sold out.
     
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    I swear I'm innocent. I only sent her over some standard normal catnip. And a bit of cannabis.
     
  5. Ant E

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    It’s starting...
     
  6. Bluey

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    Sounds exciting. Please keep us informed.
     
  7. Kittypaws

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    Whoaaaaaa....., duuuuuuuuuude......! :lol:
     
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    See, what have you done, @Bluey.
     
  9. Kittypaws

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    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Listening to The Foals and London Grammar in the garden.
     
  11. Bluey

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    Currently keeping out of the sunshine and listening to a radio programme indoors.
     
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    As @Cloud once said in chat, books and radio are for old people... Despite it, I'm looking forward to listening The Quanderhorn Xperimentations tommorow.
     
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    Currently watching Westworld 1973 on DVD.
     
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    do you watch the series kitty? I don't, but it is supposed to be very popular and good.
     
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    I have seen the first series, and have it on DVD, and it is good; I don't know how much I can mention without giving away any of the plot if anyone here hasn't seen it. The second series I'm currently recording onto the Sky Planner, wanting to wait til the whole lot is in before watching it, so I have no idea what it's like. Though when that one ends up on DVD, I'll get that too. On the whole, for a $100,000 budget on the first series, you'd better believe it's more than just good. The only thing I wasn't that impressed with was the profanity: I have never heard so much cursing in the first episode in my whole life in a way that the movie never had to rely on that. If everyone knew just how much went into the whole production of that movie, well.... On the whole, the series is impressive. As an aside, I also have Futureworld 1976 (sequel) on DVD too, though it's not nearly as impressive as the first one, and it went in completely the opposite direction.
     
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    Well I am CURRENTLY about to watch the Westworld Season 2 finale which aired last night over the pond. Then I'm going to come in here and ruin it for you both. :evil:

    I'm a right bad sod. I love spoiling things. INFACT I think I might spoil the end of The Mousetrap for you all right now...

    ...basically a boot kicks a marble that goes down some stairs, hits a see-saw which causes a diver to jump into a bucket which in turn triggers the cage which falls on the mouse.

    That'll learn yez! :mad:
     
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    You won't spoil it for me, like I said, I've never seen the series
     
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    Um... I could hardly spoil it for you if you had, could I? :-|
     
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    Right! I've now watched it! So if you don't want the incredible twist ending of Westworld season 2 revealing then I suggest you scroll away NOW...

    ...still here? Okay then, you were warned.

    It turns out, right at the end, that THIS GUY WAS A ROBOT ALL ALONG!!!!!!! :eek::eek::eek::eek:

    [​IMG]
     
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    Well, what a twist ending
     

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