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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #24 on: Wednesday 12 March 2008, 2242 »
PS The word should have been "substance" and not "sustance".
"Sustance" could be misunderstood to mean something that sucks......

Hwyl is a lolipop,Bob.
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« Reply #25 on: Wednesday 12 March 2008, 2248 »
I feel honoured to be amongst such television experts yea
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« Reply #26 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 0720 »
You are just rubbin this in because some of us don't get all these Brit channels, are they on BBC 3 or 4 at all, cos in 3 weeks I'll have that yeah....Whayhaaaay!!

Lately I have been mostly watching McLeods Daughters. I may move to that Australia and lodge with Bob CB or Howie Parry - burronly if they have sheep farms and will teach me how to ride horses and fight snakes.

A survey report in one of last weekend's Australian papers said the ABC's TV rating was getting ahead of the commercial channels in popularity as the ABC was showing more Aussie made programmes of sustance and less Yankie made crap.
Hwyl,Bob.
PS The paper did did not mention how many bored houswives contributed to the survey...........

I hope you're not suggesting I'm a bored housewife Bobsan, cos I'll never be bored while I have the telly  ;)
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #27 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 0822 »
well, I watched that Rock Rivals like I told myself to do, its got Ian Beale's ex wife in it pretending to be Sharon Osmond and some bloke pretending to be Simon wotsit, you know... him with the white teeth, moobs and high pants. Anyway, there was an argument, and then people did some singing and it was a bit like that and reminded me of X factor / Pop Idol, Pop Idols, and Pop Idols the Rivals.
and that Joseph / Maria malarky.

Tonights Tip Top Telly Tip is of course, Ashes To Ashes, starring a woman and Gene Hunt.
I think DCI Hunt is an ideal role model for us all, and his light hearted attitude to ladies is a breath of fresh air.... in fact... I have decided to take a leaf out of his book.
I bet that bird from accounts will be made up when I tell her to put her blwmars on and make me a cup of tea.
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« Reply #28 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 0837 »
Take an umbrella, you blydi neanderthal!!
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« Reply #29 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 0853 »
ahem... I would like to advise veiwers not to go up to young ladies and act like Gene Hunt and tell them to make you a cup of tea and that.
It seems that our 1980's hero's humerous one liners no longer carry much sway with the females of nowadays.
And I havent heard language like that since the last time I was in The Cambria.
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #30 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 0943 »
ooooh did anyone watch that Gordon Ramsay last night? WOW that man is sexy, but his mouth needs some soap :o
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« Reply #31 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 0951 »
he seems to have a broad vocabulary indeed.
I actually met him once, but it was before my award winning telly review yeah, as he told me to "get out of my ******* way you ****"..... if only he knew then yeah.
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« Reply #32 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1006 »
Dont like Gordon ramsay, he`s an idiot, n his mouth needs sealing up! awful man, yuk!
As for ashes to ashes, must agree its a good proggy, but if I was to meet Gene Hunt in real life I`d have a few words to say to him n probably a smack in the gob rofl, I`ll have Gary Sinise off CSI New York, he seems a nice, thoughtful kinda chap, bet he knows how to treat a lady ;D
I still have cows for neighbours, only the 4 legged type who moo n not the 2 legged type who shout abuse an act like a**holes ;)

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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #33 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1012 »
he seems to have a broad vocabulary indeed.
I actually met him once, but it was before my award winning telly review yeah, as he told me to "get out of my ******* way you ****"..... if only he knew then yeah.

Dew I bet he'll be sorry for swearing at you Llainy when you rubbish him on CG.com and he gets take off the telly and has to work in a burger van on a lay-by on the A5  yeah.

I'm pleased to see you review column back etc etc.
Not waiting for the others.

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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #34 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1015 »
I was going to do a review of that CSI yeah, but I keep on getting them mixed up, what with CSI Miami Vice, CSI Streets Of San Fransisco and CSI Cold Case Waking The Dead with Trevor Shoestring in it.

Many thanks Tref for your wonderful words.
and yes, Mr Ramsey won't be so mouthy when he's working in burger van's and CT's of an evening whilst dealing with vodka imbibed ladies emerging from the Sexchange in search of solids whilst rambling about it being colder in Dutchland and that.
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« Reply #35 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1132 »
Llainy
you got

CSI VEGAS on a tuesday

CSI MIAMI, no new series yet

CSI NEW YORK on a saurday

love waking the dead, streets of san fransisco? going back a bit there mate lol. michael douglas before he went all wrinkly  :D
what about Frost and Morse, gotta be the 2 best british cops on the telly, classics they are.


lottta telly addicts here yeah  ;D

hugs Misty x
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« Reply #36 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1141 »
I remember The Streets of San Francisco when it was all fields.
I also remember Morse when he was Jack Regan and told everyone "you're nicked" and I remember Jack Frost when he told everyone they where "lovely jubbly".
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« Reply #37 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1220 »
I remember The Streets of San Francisco when it was all fields.
I also remember Morse when he was Jack Regan and told everyone "you're nicked" and I remember Jack Frost when he told everyone they where "lovely jubbly".

Llainy, that is so funny!!! ;D

As for Gene Hunt.  I wouldn't have him any other way.  I'm quite fond of the neanderthal type me yeah. ;)

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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #38 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1226 »
Gene Hunt - snog or sniff at?

Snog.
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« Reply #39 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1227 »
Snog  :-[
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« Reply #40 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1230 »
many thanks for your kind words Shell.
as for Gene Hunt, you may or may not be aware of an occurance this morning with that one from accounts, yet now I am confused once again and am now re-considering acting like DCI Hunt and saying things about women's bottoms and telling them to make me a cup of tea.
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« Reply #41 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1233 »
It'll only work Llainy, if you gove a little of yourself too ...yerknow, show a bit of your feminine side whilst being all macho. Try doing it whilst wearing Lipstick and earrings, I reckon that oughtta do it yeah!
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« Reply #42 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1234 »
Gene Hunt, big, big snog.

Llainy, just between me and you.  Us women like men to be the dominant ones, or let them believe they are the dominant ones. ;)

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« Reply #43 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1236 »
not bossy but a bit macho yeah.
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #44 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1238 »
well... whilst I watch tonight's top tip of tonight's telly Ashes To Ashes ready for an in depth review, if DCI Hunt wears lippy and earrings and that, then I will indeed contemplate such shenaningins.
I draw the line at wearing twangers and that though, as you all seem to say being macho is dead good.
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« Reply #45 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1246 »
Er, I don't know what twangers are?  :-[
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« Reply #46 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1251 »
I beleive they are suspenders that hold stockings up, and apparantly, make a "twang" sound when twanged.
as modelled by Cleo Rocos in the Benny Hill show, and Hills Angels in the Kenny Everret show.
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« Reply #47 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 1252 »
Oooooooooh, do people still wear them?
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