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trisherina 07-15-2005 02:09 AM

So it was kind of a choking laughter.


lapietra 07-15-2005 03:00 AM

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Originally Posted by trisherina
So it was kind of a choking laughter.


Yeah... she also blames 9/11 for "Glitter"'s lack of success. :rolleyes:

priceyfatprude 07-15-2005 03:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Avalon
Someone leaving a voice mail for me singing the theme song to an atrocious kid's show... :p

:D:D:D:D:D

topcat 07-16-2005 03:26 AM

thought I would post it here.

My opinion is - if you can't say something helpful, and only have things to say that are snarky and judgemental, please, SHUT UP. You come off offensive and pathetic, bring my mood (and the level of the board) down, and obviously need to do something more productive with your time, like work on yourself instead of judging other people's character.

GREAT people mostly talk about ideas.
AVERAGE people mostly talk about things.
SMALL people mostly talk about other people.

That is my opinion. You're welcome to disagree,,

priceyfatprude 07-16-2005 06:09 AM


priceyfatprude 07-16-2005 06:37 AM

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Originally Posted by topcat
thought I would post it here.

The author of that made me laugh more than the words.

surflugen 07-16-2005 02:28 PM

http://web.bitnet.net/rabies/apache.mpeg

takes a log time to down load. i was laughing so hard.

tsunamimom 07-16-2005 04:58 PM

Ah yes - the late, great Tommy Seebach - Danish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, placed 22nd in 1993, 11th in 1981 and 6th in 1979. Denmark's King of Pop.

venusupnorth 07-16-2005 05:15 PM

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Originally Posted by tsunamimom
Ah yes - the late, great Tommy Seebach - Danish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, placed 22nd in 1993, 11th in 1981 and 6th in 1979. Denmark's King of Pop.

LOL, recalling the disasters that Iceland has sent into that contest. :eek:

tsunamimom 07-16-2005 05:37 PM

a sem enginn sr - by Daniel, 1989, perhaps. Not exactly the pinnacle of his career, I'm sure, but no worse than Ding a Dong by Teach In which won for the Netherlands in 1975.

venusupnorth 07-16-2005 05:43 PM

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Originally Posted by tsunamimom
a sem enginn sr - by Daniel, 1989, perhaps. Not exactly the pinnacle of his career, I'm sure, but no worse than Ding a Dong by Teach In which won for the Netherlands in 1975.

No way you heard of Daniel?? He's actually my best friend's brother, LOL. That is the biggest shame of his carrier. He went into GUS GUS though and did some good things there. This world is so small sometimes. So how do you know so much about Eurovison? ;)

tsunamimom 07-16-2005 05:49 PM

I'm English - it's a national pastime. Plus I have a small obsession with all things tacky and kitchy, like Eurovision and drag queens...:)

venusupnorth 07-16-2005 05:55 PM

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Originally Posted by tsunamimom
I'm English - it's a national pastime. Plus I have a small obsession with all things tacky and kitchy, like Eurovision and drag queens...:)

I just assumed you were American because you live in Georgia. Yes Eurovision is so tacky but thanks to my grandmother which worshipped it I can appreciate it in a strange way. Kind of like loving drag queens, you have to know them in detail to appreciate their magic ;)

~*WickedAngel*~ 07-17-2005 09:59 AM

My mom said to me the other night, "If you can't say something nasty, don't say anything at all."

Tonight I saw Willy Wonka, otherwise entitled "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." It was funny and cute. And Johnny was VERY sexy.

surflugen 07-17-2005 02:36 PM

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Originally Posted by tsunamimom
Ah yes - the late, great Tommy Seebach - Danish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, placed 22nd in 1993, 11th in 1981 and 6th in 1979. Denmark's King of Pop.


You mean that was for real!? I thought it was a joke. I was having a hard time deciding weather or not it was done in the seventies or not. I figured that the girls looked to good looking or tight for girls from the 07s or early 80s that would do back up dancing for some funky band.


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