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This "Week" The suggestion comes from Kroney who muses

"Whilst I was passing through Miami airport at the tender age of 21, I fancied a beer. "ID" said the charming Southerner behind the desk, so I got out my passport and showed it to her.

"You have to be 21," she said. Now this confused me slightly as I had been 21 for several months by this point and my date of birth was staring her in my face.

"I am 21," I replied helpfully "it says so there, look"

"You have to be 21", she said getting angry.

Cut a long story short, I argued, the manager came out, I argued with him before I finally realised that they weren't looking at the date of birth at all. They were looking at the date of *issue*

That would have made me an annoyingly precocious four year old. What examples of unsurpassed mental genius have you experienced?"""""""

(, Mon 21 Nov 2016, 9:24)
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Black Country Genius
Pea roast.
Smash Monkey reminded me of these. Both from Merry Hill Odeon.

Me and the ex Mrs Kite went to see "Shindler's List". We sat through it, and were both teary eyed after the final "modern day" scene with the actors and relatives laying stones on Schindler's grave. As the house lights came up, a couple in front of us, in their 40's said "Ooh wouldn't it be terrible if all that was true"

Similarly, we were enjoying "Titanic"; the ship hits an iceberg. Woman in front of us whispers to her friend "ooh, do you think the ship will sink?"
(, Wed 30 Nov 2016, 22:35, 8 replies)
my great-great uncle was captain of the titanic! :D
(, Thu 1 Dec 2016, 17:10, closed)
Nothing quite sent a shot of dread through my father and I quite like my mother suggesting we went to Merry Hill.
That cinema opening in Great Park was a fucking blessing.
(, Thu 1 Dec 2016, 19:11, closed)
At Bristol Avon Meads Showcase cinema
many moons ago, during a showing of the first Spiderman film, when the Green Goblin was delivering one of his rants, a woman in the audience stood up and offered him out.

That's right - she offered a recorded projection of Willem Dafoe outside for a fight.

This tells you all you need to know about South Bristol.
(, Thu 1 Dec 2016, 19:33, closed)
I saw that Schindler's List a while ago. I was nonplussed.
It was described to me as a four tissue film, but after the little girl in red I didn't see that much else worth masturbating over.

(, Fri 2 Dec 2016, 0:03, closed)
you're forgetting a shower scene to rival the one in Porky's

(, Fri 2 Dec 2016, 9:19, closed)
Woah, edgy.

(, Fri 2 Dec 2016, 9:31, closed)
I cried during Schindler's List
The thought of all those German Soldiers receiving inferior quality munitions...
(, Mon 5 Dec 2016, 11:13, closed)
My parents went to see "Shakespeare in Love".
Apparently it ends with a shipwreck. The person in front of them said to her friend/ partner/ whatever that she hadn't realised that Shakespeare wrote Titanic.
(, Fri 2 Dec 2016, 16:31, closed)

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