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If you don't eat your meat you can't have any pudding

Rather eat old-man cum.

[quote=“Pete”]
What a bunch of pudding eatin bitches.
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Jesus, cheer up or fuck off. Two choices, choose wisely.



In answer to the rather inoffensive question… cheesecake, dear, and lots of it! :slight_smile:

[quote]Rice pudding sounds even nastier than regular pudding.[/quote]

There is something very nasty about rice in a dessert… I mean rice in chinese food, lovely, rice in pudding? Wrong. It’s like pineapples on pizzas… what the fuck is that about?

[quote=“Cyd”]
Jesus, cheer up or fuck off. Two choices, choose wisely.



In answer to the rather inoffensive question… cheesecake, dear, and lots of it! :slight_smile:



There is something very nasty about rice in a dessert… I mean rice in chinese food, lovely, rice in pudding? Wrong. It’s like pineapples on pizzas… what the fuck is that about?
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The ONLY time I will eat pizza is if there are pineapples on it! It’s still not great, but it’s a bearable taste combination. (I HATE PIZZA)



Also, the term “pudding” has a different connotation in the States than it does in the UK. When someone here says “pudding”, they are referring only to, uh, pudding… Not any type of dessert there is. Just pudding. That freaky, jiggly shit.

I hate the fact that no one in here loves classic films. There I said that.



I mean how can any of you not know who Bette Davis is! She is the first lady of film for christ sake!



And I like Tapioca. But not too sweet. :-</E>

[quote=“BioBasterd”]
I hate the fact that no one in here loves classic films. There I said that.



I mean how can any of you not know who Bette Davis is! She is the first lady of film for christ sake!



And I like Tapioca. But not too sweet. :-</E>
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I like to watch classic films! TOTALLY! I have an Aunt who’s named Betty Davis, after Bette Davis… I just prefer to stick with what’s going on now.



You wanna screen some awesome classics for me, I’ll bring the beer and weed! And popcorn. Make sure it’s ok with your GF first.

Nope. :wink:



But I will recommend these titles:


  • The Old Maid


  • Mildred Pierce


  • Of Human Bondage


  • The Maltese Falcon (3- Disc Edition) It’s the kinda thing that dreams are made of, Geoi.


  • All About Eve “Hold on to your seatbelts, It’s going to be a bumpy night”


  • Giant


  • East Of Eden


  • Rain (Joan Crawford)



    That should keep you going for a week.

[quote=“BioBasterd”]
Nope. :wink:

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You’re a fucking pussy. ;D

Internet is for bullshitters. I don’t want to meet anyone in person from the net, that’s just…creepy.

Part of my job, dude… Sorry. Over at the Nick community, I’m pretty much in charge of getting people together in real life. That’s partly why we’re all pretty tight. WAY less “bullshitting” there.

I use the internet for some cool porn, film talk and news. I don’t really immerse myself in those things. Sorry.

[quote=“BioBasterd”]
I use the internet for some cool porn, film talk and news. I don’t really immerse myself in those things. Sorry.
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And I choose not to immerse myself in the internet. What I mean by that is, there are real people behind each and every post, and if we share common interests on a board, we should do in our everyday lives. Unless we’re all pussies hiding behind a keyboard. This is just not a tight-knit community, not tight like it could be. So, like I said, sorry.

I will close this arguement with a cool scene.



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[quote=“BioBasterd”]
I will close this arguement with a cool scene.



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I’ve always wondered if people really talked like that back then, or if it was just the actors.

1934. so yes.

My grandparents are from that era, and they didn’t/don’t talk like that… Not in the least.

Well the film was adapted from a novel, and every person has their own dialect. Blacks, southerners, mid-westerners, etc.



Everyone sounds different. Anywho it was very unusual for a woman to lash out like that in a feature film at a man. So it marked the way for a lot of actresses.

[quote=“BioBasterd”]
Well the film was adapted from a novel, and every person has their own dialect. Blacks, southerners, mid-westerners, etc.



Everyone sounds different. Anywho it was very unusual for a woman to lash out like that in a feature film at a man. So it marked the way for a lot of actresses.
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Yes, yes, I know all that. I’m not an idiot. Doesn’t anyone else hear the weird dialect that everyone had in all those oldschool classics?

[quote=“Crazy Kenneth”]
Not since the great rice pudding wars of '78 have I seen a man get so upset over so little.



I’m all done. Yummy!


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That was quite simply the best reply I’ve ever seen :slight_smile: LOL!!

thanks :wink: I was just tryin out mah new cellphone ma’am.

[quote=“BioBasterd”]
I hate the fact that no one in here loves classic films. There I said that.



I mean how can any of you not know who Bette Davis is! She is the first lady of film for christ sake!



And I like Tapioca. But not too sweet. :-</E>
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Ever since I saw “Baby Jane” I am totally freaked out by Betty Davis. That woman’s eyes are freakish.