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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Des Head, Oct 24, 2015.
If you've clicked on this, you're a ****. Discuss.
I must admit I did a double-take when I saw the thread title - I'd come on here to tell you that you wouldn't get many replies!
I've got daughters. Its on. Deal with it.
Not only is it on, but the wife has worked out how to fire up the surround sound. It's like I'm there.
Come on the Asian girls!
Oh, I've spelled 'come' wrong.
I've just found out it's on for another hour and a half so I'm going to watch a film instead. I'm going to take this opportunity to warn you off Black Mass. Johnny Depp. Awful.
Ting tongs to win!
I absolutely love X Factor. It's the best TV programme around.
Said nobody ever!
Two hours of pure drivel.
Dr Who followed by Jurrasic World here.
Good nights tele that.
Having decided to move, the last 2 leeches left home. Wish I'd known this 2 years ago.
Take heed Chazz. You're welcome.
Do they also think Cheryl Hernandez is a talentless **** Chazz?
Virtually unviewable (even for X Factor). Totally cringeworthy watching grown people pleading to Simon Cowell. And after the 6 chair challenge before it, becomes more like The Hunger Games every week. Next thing, they will all be stood over trap doors... now theres a good idea!
Saw that bit. Should have told him to ram it. Disgusting to be honest.
I thought he was going to be launching some plan to blow them up, so I clicked on it to offer support. I think that makes my behaviour less ****ish and more visionary.
I don't think she is as good as that.
Well you're in the minority there. It's had critical acclaim since it came out, particularly Depp's performance.
I thought it was great. Depp is great in it too.
Just thought it was slow and predictable. Some of the dialogue was almost hammy. It could just be me, there's a few films that gain critical acclaim that I don't get. Lost in Translation is always my prime example.
I don't remember starting this thread.
It was probably predictable because it was based on real events...
Going to have to disagree again, Lost in Translation is superb.
Never seen X Factor, nor any of those other Sanitary Cowell shows
Never seen I'm a Celeb, etc
Never seen any of those CumDancing shows
Haven't had a telly for 20 years now
What a pleasure it is to hear people discussing the ****e, and think "Thank ****..."
You say that. My mum went to see Titanic when it came out. Someone in the queue at the ticket office complained about her ruining the ending by saying she'd heard the special effects when it sinks were meant to be really good.
Now that would be a very different programme.