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Topic 67 of 69: The game of celebrity lover

Thu, Mar 11, 2004 (00:50) | Paul Terry Walhus (terry)
The topic wherein you get to choose your celebrity lover, man or woman.
You only get to pick someone that hasn't been picked by someone else. You
can trade or pick someone else up if someone drops someone.

Ready, set, let's play celebrity lover.

10 responses total.

 Topic 67 of 69 [movies]: The game of celebrity lover
 Response 1 of 10: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Thu, Mar 11, 2004 (00:53) * 2 lines 
 
Angelina Jolie. And I may swap her out.



 Topic 67 of 69 [movies]: The game of celebrity lover
 Response 2 of 10: Sam Blob  (AlFor) * Fri, Mar 12, 2004 (19:30) * 1 lines 
 
Not a movie star, but: Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York


 Topic 67 of 69 [movies]: The game of celebrity lover
 Response 3 of 10: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Fri, Apr  2, 2004 (16:53) * 4 lines 
 
Not a movie star, but: Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York

that's a rather unconventional choice, sam



 Topic 67 of 69 [movies]: The game of celebrity lover
 Response 4 of 10: Autumn  (autumn) * Sat, Apr  3, 2004 (13:33) * 1 lines 
 
Not as unconventional as, say, Princess Anne...


 Topic 67 of 69 [movies]: The game of celebrity lover
 Response 5 of 10: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Apr  4, 2004 (19:44) * 1 lines 
 
test


 Topic 67 of 69 [movies]: The game of celebrity lover
 Response 6 of 10: Sam Blob  (AlFor) * Wed, Apr  7, 2004 (18:54) * 5 lines 
 
Fergie's just so everything Diana wasn't. She's real, she's substantial, she has backbone, she's intelligent and she has a sense of humour? What more could one want? (Mum's approval, I guess... seems she had rather more spine than Andy did...)

I am so sick and tired of the gushing over Saint Diana. She was nothing more than a plastic smile with mind and character even more frail than her physique. When people go on about her "greatness", all I remember is that Eddie Murphy joke from "Raw" where either Joanna Carson or Ivana Trump is in a job interview and is asked "What do you do?" and they reply "I **** my husband!" Apparently Diana couldn't even do that with conviction. To think there are people who believe that that (admittedly small) waste of flesh and bone was more significant to English history than Winston Churchill!

Then again, Shakespeare wrote a play whose title describes the Diana phenomenon quite well: "Much Ado About Nothing".


 Topic 67 of 69 [movies]: The game of celebrity lover
 Response 7 of 10: Sam Blob  (AlFor) * Wed, Apr  7, 2004 (18:55) * 3 lines 
 
P.S.: That should be a full stop after "humour", not a query mark.

Seems there's still no edit function...


 Topic 67 of 69 [movies]: The game of celebrity lover
 Response 8 of 10: nick a'hannay  (pmnh) * Wed, Apr  7, 2004 (22:02) * 9 lines 
 
Apparently Diana couldn't even do that with conviction

have no opinion about the royals whatsoever... don't know much about
them, not really very curious... and that's really a mental image i could've
gone without...

so, tell us, sam, what do you really think of diana?
(no need to hold back, you're among friends)...



 Topic 67 of 69 [movies]: The game of celebrity lover
 Response 9 of 10: Sam Blob  (AlFor) * Sat, Apr 10, 2004 (19:20) * 1 lines 
 
Loathsome creature, she was. A quivering treacle with a plastic smile. Loathed her almost as much as I loathed Ayrton Senna, that being about as much as I loath Michael Schumacher. I can't wait for him to die in a crash, or for him to get killed or mutilated by someone he crashes out. The ultimate dream would be that he crashes Ralf out and Ralf gets a gun and shoots him dead.


 Topic 67 of 69 [movies]: The game of celebrity lover
 Response 10 of 10: Sam Blob  (AlFor) * Sat, Apr 10, 2004 (19:23) * 3 lines 
 
As much as I hate Senna, there is one Senna quote that I am reminded of often:

"You do your job, and then you get ****ed by stupid people!" - Ayrton Senna, about certain FIA officials.

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