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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #72 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 2212 »
Argobanwl!!!!  It's all dead confusing this yeah. :P

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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #73 on: Thursday 13 March 2008, 2216 »
I reckon the  "Pierrot" is either Death or The Doctor - whaddya reckon Llainy of Telly Intellect?
And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.

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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #74 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 0842 »
my thoughts on the matter are not for public airing.

anyway, last night I watched a bit of darts, and it was dead good, Steve McGarrett Hawaii 501 won and so did Phil The Power Tufnell.
of course, I watched last night's top telly tip Ashes To Ashes, it was dead good too and ole Gene Hunt came out with some classic one liners, that I will not repeat on here, but I will use them on her from accounts in due course. 
Tonight's Top Telly Tip is Happy Hour with the pub landlord, with intermittent switching over all evening to & from Sports Relief which carries a twanger rating of #  #  # due to Davina McCall and some other sporty birds running around and that.
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« Reply #75 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 0909 »
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ole Gene Hunt came out with some classic one liners, that I will not repeat on here, but I will use them on her from accounts in due course.

We'd love it if you'd viddyoh it for us to watch...erm...the Master at work. Don't forget now, do it with a birrof a girly slant.
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #76 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 0919 »
no way... I'm not going to show my techniques to the public... they'd probably copy them, and then where would be... a nation full of men telling women to put their blwmars on & make them a cup of tea !
and I'd get the blame, not Gene Hunt, so I'm not even going there.

as an add on to tonights Top Telly Tip, on Sports Relief, they are having an extra special Celebrity Come Dancing so its twanger rating has now been upgraded to #  #  #  #
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« Reply #77 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1101 »
Ahhh, what a shame, I'm going out tonight.

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« Reply #78 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1110 »
never fear Shell, I will provide an in depth review, so you won't miss anything
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #79 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1123 »
this weekend's Top Telly Tips are watching Wales win at rugby in the afternoon and Duel with Tony Hancock in the evening... its better than that millionaire programme, and you can play along at home,using crisps as "chips" for betting and then eating them as your "winnings".I do this, but I use lager as my "prize", for example 3 big gulps for each answer correctly answered.

Sundays Top Telly Tip is Lost, and has a "pwoar" rating for the ladies of  # # # as Sawyer takes his shirt off and looks up at someone through his fringe, all sultry like.
An in depth review will follow.
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« Reply #80 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1123 »
never fear Shell, I will provide an in depth review, so you won't miss anything

So can we request programs for you to review, so we don't actually have to watch them ourselves?

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« Reply #81 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1127 »
yes.
for example, I am going to watch Big Brother and review it, so Tref doesn't have to watch it.
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« Reply #82 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1129 »
Will you be watching the apprentice?  Can I cancel my Sky+?
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« Reply #83 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1130 »
yes.
for example, I am going to watch Big Brother and review it, so Tref doesn't have to watch it.

That's good, 'cos I won't be watching it either.  Your review, however, will be invaluable, I'm sure.

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« Reply #84 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1141 »
in answer to Gribbies wonderful question, no, and no.. sky+ is great and enables us to watch different channels at the same time and that.
in answer to Shell's marvellous post, yes my in depth review will be in depth and better than that big brothers little brother show.
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« Reply #85 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1149 »
Is sky + like sky - i love it to it means you cant watch any channels at the same time hellish yea.

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« Reply #86 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1156 »
in answer to Gribbies wonderful question, no, and no.. sky+ is great and enables us to watch different channels at the same time and that.
in answer to Shell's marvellous post, yes my in depth review will be in depth and better than that big brothers little brother show.

Will you be having guest reviewers like that little big man brother's show?

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« Reply #87 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1157 »
Sky+ is fab!  Not quite as fab as Llainy but fab all the same.

I'm disappointed you won't we watching the apprentice - I love it!
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« Reply #88 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1200 »
thats hellish that yeah, I wouldnt be able to do my in depth reviews without sky+.

I'm afraid the Apprentice clashes with Naked in Westminster and Amsterdam Nights, which I have to watch for research purposes and that.
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« Reply #89 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1201 »
What's them about then?
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« Reply #90 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1207 »
What's them about then?
That Amsterdam Nights is like Eastenders and Naked in Westminster is about the whips and MP's doing the day to day duties.

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« Reply #91 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1216 »
common decency prevents me from doing an in depth review of those shows.
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« Reply #92 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1219 »
Oh, well you can do one on my city - 20 minutes from Amsterdam nights...do yer wanna? I know where the night market is, where the "´nternational" (state yeah) pub is, where the Scottish sports bar is, and a kebab shop.


I ..erm, don't gerrout much  :-\
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« Reply #93 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1222 »
Maybe we could have a holiday in Reenie's what do you think Llaingoch only 20mins from the city centre.

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« Reply #94 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1225 »
I only watch it because I once ended up in the Banana Bar in Amsterdam, which I am not going to do an in depth review of, and the less said about it the better quite frankly and I'd like to avoid a repeat occurance.

I'd only popped out for a loaf of bread aswell.
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I only watch it because I once ended up in the Banana Bar in Amsterdam, which I am not going to do an in depth review of, and the less said about it the better quite frankly and I'd like to avoid a repeat occurance.




Ooooooh Rooooooood !! Costs a fortune to gerrin tho yeah!!

I know these Holyhead girls who were kicked out of a peep show for screaming with laughter, pointing at the star and going "staaaaaate" and cramming more than two Holyhead girls into a booth made for two. I heard anyway....erm...once.
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