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Re: looky likey?

Post by Flex » 03 Mar 2010, 6:02pm

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Flex wrote:I should get a hat like that. Then people can be like "hey, look at the guy in the stupid hat."
I've long imagined that's what longhaired nerds with fedoras and trenchcoats thought.
Jesus. I think that's the worst nerd look ever. Also, every nerd who wears a trenchcoat and/or fedora has terrible body odor. Like, even worse than normal nerds. And we don't smell like roses to begin with.
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Post by Flex » 03 Mar 2010, 6:02pm

JennyB wrote:
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JennyB wrote:
Flex wrote:I should get a hat like that. Then people can be like "hey, look at the guy in the stupid hat."

Also, I realized as I was watching Life on Mars yesterday that I was wearing a shirt that looked almost exactly like one the John Simm was wearing in an episode (slighly less clownlike collar, but still oversized). I felt shame.
You should never feel shame about looking-like/emulating John Simm. Never.
I didn't feel shame that I was emulating John Simm, but shame that I was emulating 1973.
I could understand if it was James Taylor in 1973, but even 1973 is awesome with a little bit of John Simm.
Okay, I'm convinced. I have a fabulous fashion sense.
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Re: looky likey?

Post by eumaas » 03 Mar 2010, 6:03pm

Wolter wrote:
Flex wrote:I should get a hat like that. Then people can be like "hey, look at the guy in the stupid hat."
I've long imagined that's what longhaired nerds with fedoras and trenchcoats thought.
The Doc's hat is a slouch hat a la Wilde, really. Dylan's is more of a western hat.

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Re: looky likey?

Post by Flex » 03 Mar 2010, 6:03pm

eumaas wrote:
JennyB wrote:
Flex wrote:Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon.
Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon.
Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon.
Vote Saxon?
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Re: looky likey?

Post by eumaas » 03 Mar 2010, 6:04pm

Flex wrote:
eumaas wrote:
JennyB wrote:
Flex wrote:Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon.
Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon.
Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon. Vote Saxon.
Vote Saxon?
VOTE SAXON.
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Re: looky likey?

Post by Wolter » 03 Mar 2010, 6:05pm

I'm going to vote Saxon.
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Re: looky likey?

Post by eumaas » 03 Mar 2010, 6:07pm

Wolter wrote:I'm going to vote Saxon.
Good choice.

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Re: looky likey?

Post by Heston » 03 Mar 2010, 8:02pm

Wolter wrote:I'm going to vote Saxon.
You knew I wouldn't be able to resist it...
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Post by Silent Majority » 03 Mar 2010, 8:17pm

I can't stand Jo Brand. I had to sit through her compering a stand-up night because my mate was on the bill. Just unoriginal and unfunny, with all the jokes variations on the theme of her being unattractive.
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Re: looky likey?

Post by Heston » 03 Mar 2010, 8:19pm

Silent Majority wrote:I can't stand Jo Brand. I had to sit through her compering a stand-up night because my mate was on the bill. Just unoriginal and unfunny, with all the jokes variations on the theme of her being unattractive.
Concurred, she's crap.
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Re: looky likey?

Post by 101Walterton » 03 Mar 2010, 8:24pm

Heston wrote:
Silent Majority wrote:I can't stand Jo Brand. I had to sit through her compering a stand-up night because my mate was on the bill. Just unoriginal and unfunny, with all the jokes variations on the theme of her being unattractive.
Concurred, she's crap.
Used to quite like her although her career appears a little like her act, stale and one dimensional.

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Re: looky likey?

Post by Silent Majority » 03 Mar 2010, 8:34pm

101Walterton wrote:
Heston wrote:
Silent Majority wrote:I can't stand Jo Brand. I had to sit through her compering a stand-up night because my mate was on the bill. Just unoriginal and unfunny, with all the jokes variations on the theme of her being unattractive.
Concurred, she's crap.
Used to quite like her although her career appears a little like her act, stale and one dimensional.
Julian Clary's the same. I think there's a lot of comedians that got through in the eighties because of the political culture rather than any actual talent.
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Re: looky likey?

Post by Heston » 03 Mar 2010, 9:11pm

Silent Majority wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
Heston wrote:
Silent Majority wrote:I can't stand Jo Brand. I had to sit through her compering a stand-up night because my mate was on the bill. Just unoriginal and unfunny, with all the jokes variations on the theme of her being unattractive.
Concurred, she's crap.
Used to quite like her although her career appears a little like her act, stale and one dimensional.
Julian Clary's the same. I think there's a lot of comedians that got through in the eighties because of the political culture rather than any actual talent.
You know who's really bad and I can't believe he's got a career?

Lenny fucking Henry.
I just polished off some Low Country shrimp & grits and a mess of collards. That's a hell of a strain on the arm.

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