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I've been here a very long time - I don't visit quite so much because b3ta's banned at work.

I'm a playwright really. And designer. And web monkey. I've been using Photoshop since before there were levels.

Visit my website if you want www.brianedwards.co.uk

Or buy something www.brianftang.co.uk

Recent front page messages:

Digging this out again, happy crimbo all...

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Sean was very happy with his replacement Bez

(Mon 5th Oct 2009, 21:02, More)

very fond of Wimbledon...

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Best answers to questions:

» Heckles

Production of the play Peter Pan at the National Theatre, about 8 years ago.
Right at the end of the play there is a moment where Peter comes back to the nursery and discovers the now grown up Wendy's daughter fast asleep. He takes out his dagger and holds it above the innocent sleeping child's head poised to act his revenge on Wendy for growing up. It's a tense and quite dark moment and the whole theatre was silent. Apart from, that is, a small girl in the back of the Circle, who was obviously very caught up in Peter's thought process and shouted, very clearly "DO IT!". Much laughter from the rest of the audience.
(Fri 7th Apr 2006, 11:23, More)

» Stupid Tourists

I work in a theatre box office.
My favourite comment came when an American gentleman on a telephone call said "Can you please slow down, we don't speak English".
(Thu 7th Jul 2005, 18:01, More)

» Misunderstood

when i was a kid the family was sat having dinner one night
when my younger sister, aged 12, suddenly announced "I'm pregnant." There was a shocked pause and me and my Mum and Dad simultaneously exclaimed "you're pregnant??!?" to which my nonplussed sister replied "no, I said 'pass the ketchup'."

I don't know how we all misheard her so completely. But all three of us did.
(Fri 7th Oct 2005, 11:08, More)

» Weddings

My mate's wedding was a pretty religious affair being, as he and his wife are, evangelical christians.
The service and reception took place in the hall that doubles as their church. Needless to say the majority of the people there were of a very christian bent too.
Two things however really stick in my memory from the day. The first was that the music that the bride and groom walked down the aisle to after they were pronounced man and wife was Jump Around by the House of Pain.
Second was that the pastor who had lead the service also did the father of the bride speech as the bride's real father was no longer alive, and her mother was over from the Czech republic and didn't speak English. No real shock there, until he started talking about the groom's responsibilities and the honeymoon and hoping that the groom had "packed the vaseline". There was a bit of a shocked pause after that one.
(Fri 15th Jul 2005, 0:55, More)

» Obscure Memorabilia

i've got some spare Drogna
that were made for The Adventure Game, but were never used on screen.
(Thu 4th Nov 2004, 15:28, More)
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