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Discussion in 'THE AIGBURTH ARMS' started by Seb, May 4, 2017.
Nobody in England has ever said 'a storm in a teacup' apart from English people in American movies
This debate is turning into a storm in a teacup.
Ah great to see your catchphrase back
Who bullied bod off the forum?
I suppose you're expecting sympathy?
Come here you!
Now, who's my brave soldier? Eh?
Who's my brave little solider?
I never get any sympathy on here despite how much I whine about my illnesses.
Cos you only ever say you're ill when I do
I'll give you lots of apathy.
I got no sympathy, apathy, or any any other kind of 'thy', just hatred
Currently in a very bad and sombre mood. The movie I have raved about on here, and mentioned at least four or five times over the last few years, death house, the Expendables of horror, has turned out to be one of the worst movies ever. I'm going to bed
You should have checked the IMDb rating (just 3.7) before you bothered watching it.
Right you. Firstly, two weeks ago you proved unequivocably that you do have apathy and sympathy and are capable of doing the right thing. So tough luck.
Secondly, as a reward for that, I shall reccomend you the best horror movie of this year which will cure your bad mood. It is called 'Terrified' (aka Atterados) - it is Argentinian and is available on Shudder if you have it. I have never seen anything quite like it before and will never forget it. Do yourself a favour.
Is that the one in the underground prison?
Currently moving on to pastures new x