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And on a slightly more serious note away from football... looks like large furnaces make fantastic Pie:mattsanger92 wrote: Another one for football, overuse of the word 'crisis' and everything surrounding it.
Had one yesterday, not my last supper (as of right now it's my most recent lunch though), nor was it the miraculous world-changing sensation they advertised it as. Just an average sausage roll really. These advertisers...nfm24 wrote: It might be your Last Supper.
Tis' the season (still November though).nfm24 wrote: It's just the season for throwing people under the bus before checking to see if the bus driver is back from his fag break.
As I mentioned above, Pixar are based pretty far away from Hollywood so they avoid that fate. Proceed.nfm24 wrote: I'd like to see the whole of Hollywood shut down, paved over, and turned into a giant bus driver training school.
Unfortunately some government types might see Meghan's dress reveal to be a good day to bury bad news...nfm24 wrote: Well that'll give the rolling news something other than Brexit to blabber on cluelessly about.
or they can inform you about the things that happen in Nigeria (human rights, etc...)nfm24 wrote: Monthly / quarterly "account statements" sent by loyalty card schemes. For example Shell, which this week sent me two separate quarterly statements with different points totals, one of which addressed me as "Dear Ms. Morrison". Such emails are generally at least 50 KB each, being filled with unnecessary images of logos and other photos of nonsense.
E.g. Shell's recent effort was apparently aimed at informing me that it was possible to buy coffee and various snacks while buying petrol, and included several large photos of cups of coffee and snacks. And to inform me that it would be cold in the next few months, augmented by a picture of a gloved hand.
Perhaps they should instead concentrate on informing me as to why they chose to shut down my nearest Shell garage several months ago, and when it will be reopening.
Presumably you have a decent grip on geography at least, unlike some people who claim to be but then are utter miserable failures, wasn't sure whether to laugh or cry when I saw this:TheRoonBa wrote: I don't understand anything at all.
Tell me about it, got one on standby that I've kept putting the 'remind me in 3 days' option on for over a week now, it'll get forced on me at some point when I really don't want it.nfm24 wrote:Hence Microsoft updates itself more often than I make toast.
I think they've really oversaturated the market of shows that 'normal people' would take part in, something like Family Fortunes for years has only broadcast in its 'celebrity' (with their family members!) form because apparently that's the only thing that will make people watch it (not that I would anyway mind).nfm24 wrote:TV programmes of the form "celebrity does something they always wanted to do but which is too dull to televise with somebody who isn't a celebrity".
I'd like to see these added at some point:nfm24 wrote: I think a return to retro cheesy-but-mundane game shows is overdue.
May I suggest the following titles:
Is it hot in here or is it just me?
Patients suffering from various tropical fevers compete to survive the longest in an old folks home common room with the radiators on full blast.
What are you in for?
Prisoners and grocery shoppers exchange pleasantries, for an hour, with Les Dennis.
I thought he was dead
Contestants guess whether forgotten celebrities from the 1970s are still alive. At the end of each round, a curtain lifts to reveal either the celebrity or the grim reaper.
Is that you then is it?
People try to guess the intended meaning of increasingly vague questions from older relatives.
And in that way, Archie McPherson thus becomes the saviour of the saviour. But then that might cause problems, as then Jesus would die of natural causes and the whole message about dying for our sins would be mucked up.nfm24 wrote: For Christ's Sake, Archie!
Archie McPherson attempts to compel Scottish football highlights to appear on TV by answering imaginary phone calls, in order to avoid the wrongful death by crucifixion of our Lord.