Strange obsession

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  1. neilold

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    Ever suddenly developed a strange obsession over somebody or something from either a TV show, or a movie, and if so, who/what was it and why, and how long for? I mean the more obscure ones. Not just the lead role in the latest TV show. I mean somebody you'd never expect to. Also how far did you take it?
     
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    no
     
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    I bet you did, Neil, and I have a feeling that there could be an interesting story there. Why don't you tell us all about it?
     
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    I will list mine when I've heard a few from other members first
     
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    I had developed strange obsession to DNA monster from Red Dwarf. I am sure it must have tasted very good.

    Your turn.
     
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    I hope Danny will finally explain his strange obsession with this place, in his @smegrightoff account.
     
  7. Bluey

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    I don't think that's going to happen. You're on your own here, Neil.
     
  8. neilold

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    Then you all suck
     
  9. Bluey

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    You seem to be in a bad mood lately, Neil.
     
  10. Ant E

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    Wasn’t he obsessed with me and Jed ?
     
  11. Ant E

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    I’m obsessed with Totem poles.

    @Bluey did you know that each totem on the pole is a symbolic representation of one family?
     
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    If you shoot eggs into the totem pole at mumbos mountain then you can get a jiggy
     
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  13. Bluey

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    I didn't know, and I didn't care.
     
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    Everyone on the forum I think. In this particular account he tried to convince me he lived in the same city as me, but ran off when he messed it up...then told us it was his friend Pat all along :lol:

    I suppose to be fair, Jed got the worst of it with the weird anti-semitic accusations on imdb and stuff mailed to his studio :/
     
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    I was obsessed with the actor rondo hatton for a while, the films he'd being in and his life. I was also obsessed with mods when I was a kid. Mainly due to the mod revival and quadrophenia. I was also obsessed with Lee majors when I was young, especially the fall guy and the six million dollar man, and when my dad told me he didn't do the stunts on TV, I kicked him and had a major meltdown

    I was in love, i guess, and obsessed with the girl who played Becky in the TV version of Tom Sawyer.
    I used to see if any of the girls at my school were like her. Suprisingly very few eighties urban English school girls were like early twentieth century deep south belles.

    I was also a sherbet fiend, bordering on obsession when I was a kid, and I still love it today.
     
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    You went to school with @Bluey?!

    But did you know that each sherbet in the pack is a symbolic representation of one family?
     
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    No and shut up
     
  18. Ant E

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    Your avatar is mediocre
     
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    Sounds as though you have some kind of strange obsession with symbolic representations of families.
     
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    I'm obsessed with catnip.
     

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