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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #96 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1236 »
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.

Was the star male or female?

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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #97 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1240 »
yes, I think I may have bumped into them.

I think I should produce a programme entitled "Holyhead Nights Yeah" and follow them with a film crew in the pubs whilst on their way to the Sexchange or the quarry.
And my review would save money on subtitles for Non-Holyheadians.
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« Reply #98 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1242 »
yes, I think I may have bumped into them.

I think I should produce a programme entitled "Holyhead Nights Yeah" and follow them with a film crew in the pubs whilst on their way to the Sexchange or the quarry.
And my review would save money on subtitles for Non-Holyheadians.

Who would star in it oh i can think of a few Miri.

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« Reply #99 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1246 »


Was the star male or female?

Both, but we they were pointing at the bloke, cos he made this gesture thing with his gob and it just wasn't Holyhead Yeah. So he got payback HH Styleeeee.
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #100 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1257 »
Thats hellish.
send me a copy of the video and I shall do an in depth review of it.
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #101 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1300 »
They made us them erase it before they left the siop secs  :-[. Anyway I googled A/dam nights and all I got was Boom Chicago, which is dead , dead, dead funny and if anyone comes to see me we'll go there for sure!! It's great.

Have you a review for last night Eastenders, I was occupied elsewhere and missed it.
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« Reply #102 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1301 »
Thats hellish.
send me a copy of the video and I shall do an in depth review of it.

I googled it and have just read some reviews. :o :-[ :D

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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #103 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1402 »
yes, Reens, here follows my in depth review of Eastenders.
Ian Beale did the pogo with his fingers in his ears to show his brat daughter what a good father used to do at her age.
then some bloke with a head like a shaved orange pretended to himself that women thought he was dead sexy and that and then the bald garage bloke and Heather Mills practised for Mr & Mrs.

Elsewhere, the roadsweeper tied a bit of red tape to some lamposts like a finishing line in a race and that, resulting in many mirth making antics of other fellas running through it and acting like they had won a race and that.
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #104 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1514 »
Junno I don't know what we ever did before we had Llaingoch's telly bit and that on here.
Not waiting for the others.

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« Reply #105 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1521 »
I for one am glad to see it back on our screens
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #106 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1536 »
Oh Llaingoch, thankyou so much for your indepth telly review on last nights Eastenders. Everything sounded picture perfectly clear and I shall watch this evening without a qualm or confusion.

Unless I'm otherwise occupied.
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« Reply #107 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1537 »
many thanks for your wise words.
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #108 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1821 »
I have just watched Shameless and thought I'd add an in depth review for those who may have missed it due to being otherwise engaged or abroad or something.

Ian nicked money out of the pub till which resulted in it being set on fire and then got the sack, Paddy got his gay identical twin to take the rap for doing robbing and the policewoman is getting all hassled by her boss in a lesbianist type way.
Frank hid in a cupboard and then it all ended dead good and that.
there was a vast amount of swearing, and I even heard some I had'nt heard before, but there was no nudies this week so I have erased it and that.
I hope this clears any confusion and thank you for watching.
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #109 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1832 »
It's just like real life then?

I missed it. I shall watch it if it comes back on our screens again.

Was that woman from accounts involved at all?
Not waiting for the others.

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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #110 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1839 »
it usually carries a twanger rating of #  #  # Tref, so keep your eyes peeled for it.

her from accounts is.... umm.... errr..... not speaking to me after my dazzling and very life-like Gene Hunt impression / behaviour.
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« Reply #111 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1850 »
it usually carries a twanger rating of #  #  # Tref, so keep your eyes peeled for it.

her from accounts is.... umm.... errr..... not speaking to me after my dazzling and very life-like Gene Hunt impression / behaviour.

Llainy, is she a man in drag?  I assure you, any real woman would have been putty in your hands at witnessing your Gene Hunt impression.

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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #112 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1910 »
it usually carries a twanger rating of #  #  # Tref, so keep your eyes peeled for it.

her from accounts is.... umm.... errr..... not speaking to me after my dazzling and very life-like Gene Hunt impression / behaviour.

Llainy, is she a man in drag?  I assure you, any real woman would have been putty in your hands at witnessing your Gene Hunt impression.

Oh I agree with Shell. She must be a lady-liker Llainy.
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Re: Llaingoch's telly bit and that
« Reply #113 on: Friday 14 March 2008, 1913 »
yes, I agree.
I saw one of them lady-likers last night... see in depth review of Shameless.
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« Reply #114 on: Saturday 15 March 2008, 1024 »
Oooh Ooooh guess what, guess what....

We have now got digickal telly. How good is that. BBC 3&4 ...and other ones too yeah. Made up or what!!
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« Reply #115 on: Saturday 15 March 2008, 1032 »
Oooh Ooooh guess what, guess what....

We have now got digickal telly. How good is that. BBC 3&4 ...and other ones too yeah. Made up or what!!

What you get one of those LCD thingy's.

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« Reply #116 on: Saturday 15 March 2008, 1038 »
Not yet, but it's on the list. As soon as we've saved enough moolah  ;D
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« Reply #117 on: Saturday 15 March 2008, 2300 »
congrats on getting BBC 3 & 4, I hope you get ITV2 too.
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« Reply #118 on: Sunday 16 March 2008, 0548 »
We've got a digital box thing, but we don't use it cos the reception is so bad.  Apparently we need a digital ariel too, which somehow takes the mickey out of the whole "Freeview" thing.

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« Reply #119 on: Sunday 16 March 2008, 0756 »
congrats on getting BBC 3 & 4, I hope you get ITV2 too.



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