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post #736 of 25489 (permalink) Old 08-24-2002, 11:20 PM
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Ok you asked for it

Here is your hunk....I'm sure Juan Carlos has nothing on him
OUCH! I hope Layla gone to bed before seeing this pic. Or she may have nightmare
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OMG Cilla, I don't think I'm THAT tough.

I'll definitely have nightmares tonight.

What's so funny 'bout peace, love and understanding?
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I know! And the name of the website it was from gaysports fans
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Sorry Layla! TRY and have sweet dreams
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Well, I know I said good night but I'm still here, so when I finally disappear, remember I didn't leave without saying goodbye.

Thank goodness you don't like Titanic. I can't belive Juanqui loves that movie but hey, he can't be perfect right? And don't even get me started on Kate and Leopold, that was the most contrived, freezing cold, shameless scam of a movie. I love most Meg Ryan's movies but this one was probably the worst romantic comedy I've ever seen.

Some of my faves include the ones we already mentioned, as well as Frankie and Johnny, Sleepless in Seattle, You've Got Mail (I love NY ), French Kiss, While You Were Sleeping, but I could probably come up with better ones tomorrow.

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Oh and Jersey Girl for some reason. Well, maybe that reason is Dylan McDermott, but I loved the story too.

What's so funny 'bout peace, love and understanding?
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That's ok Cilla. I'll just visit our picture thread before I go to bed and record over it.

What's so funny 'bout peace, love and understanding?
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I guess JC was still young when he watched Titanic when it comes out. I'm sure his taste will get better when he gets older.

Off my head, I can only think of (besides those Victorian ones,), When a man loves a woman, Dying young... okay I notice a trend here, I must like tragic love. And Addicted to Love (is just really fun one) and While you were sleeping. But let me look for some real good one later.

Ya, Layla, you have a nice sleep, whenever you decide to go to bed. Try this image instead of those shirtless one (okay, I don't know how to attach the pic). If you can't see it, trust me, is a lovely kitten.
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awww, cute kittie!

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ooooo movie talk
I LOOOOOOVE movie talk

Hi again, Hackie. Welcome back!

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Hey hitman

LOL, more catch-up. The only thing about this ethernet connection, you can leave the board up without being at the computer. Hope I didn't get anyone's hopes up

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No I haven't seen Victoria and Albert. Do
you know who's in it?
Victoria Hamilton & Jonathan Firth play Victoria and Albert, and Jonathan really looks like Prince Albert

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Have you read both Bridget Jones books? In the second one Bridget does an interview with the "real" Colin Firth. It was so funny I was in tears. When Colin was asked about this potential problem in the sequel (the movie), he replied that he would just have to be played by someone like Russell Crowe lol.
I've never read the books, I just saw the movie. But since one of my roommates loves these movies, and almost all of my friends love Colin Firth, I saw a lot of him last year.

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Hi TennisHack. Welcome back, have we talked before? Well, I'm very new, so maybe not. I mentioned to Layla that I think you guys are great writers. I like your impersonation of Pat and Cliff. Those two are big jokes. I wonder who's commentating in USA and CBS. Hopefully is Jim Courier. I used to hate him as a player but I like him as a commentator because he's fair and objective compare to the two. Though as long as they don't show him on camera too often.
Hi, Vera! Glad you're enjoying the story. I'll have to post an installment soon, I'm lagging behind

LMAO, I hate Cliff & Pat, they are such dumbasses. The US Open is being shown on USA, which means the commentators are John McEnroe & Ted Robinson. They aren't too bad.

The only time I've seen Jim Courier is Wimbledon, which was shown on TNT in the US. I like him as a commentator too, he and Mary Carillo are the gossip queens of the tourney

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Okay, back to the Victorian period. I think I've heard of Victoria and Albert but haven't seen it. So they shows British TV on A&E, I should check that out. I usually just watch the major networks and sports.
A&E has great movies, original and Brit imports. Unfortuantely, I read somewhere that A&E are cutting their budget for original movies I think the last BBC movie they had was The Magnificent Ambersons, which looked interesting but I didn't get to see.

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