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Brian Blessed rocks!!

I also like bunnies.

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» World's Most Hated Food

Technically in the same gene pool as athletes foot. To me anyway.

Manky, rubbery slimey scrot.
(Wed 14th Jul 2004, 23:12, More)

» Have you ever been rude to a celebrity?

it's magic!
We pointed and laughed quite obviously at Paul Daniels and Debbie MacGee in PC World (Reading) a year ago. He was wearing a pathetic khaki money belt type-thing and she was caked in orange makeup.

She thought we were giggling because we were fans until she 'got' the joke. They left the store.

Incidentally, their Rolls was parked in he carpark,but we resisted the strong urge to break the law.
(Thu 15th Apr 2004, 23:17, More)

» Have you ever started a fire?

kind of burning - more exploding, really
I got home from a long drive home from work one day hungry, tired and in dire need of comfort food.

In our house we have an electric cooker and the hob takes a minute to warm up to full strength so I thought, in my tired and hungry way, that turning the hob on for a bit to warm up before I made beans on toast might be a good idea. I turned the hob on full (to make it warm up faster, right?) and sat myself down in front of the TV to wait for it to warm up.

Unfortunatly for me, the programme on TV was Ready Steady Cook and they were making Chicken Kiev - which made me want garlicky chicken goodness.

After a few minutes, I wandered back into the kitchen, got some mini kievs out of the freezer (I was tired/hungry and could't be bothered to make kievs - why bother? there were perfectly good 'additive-enhanced' kiev substitutes in the freezer!), put them in the oven, got a plate out of the cupboard and put it on top of the oven and went back to vegging in front of the box.

A minute or so later there was a very loud 'SMASH' sound some the kitchen. I went to investigate...

...I'd put my plate on top of the hob I had been preheating and had forgotten about. The plate smashed. Bits of the plate went behind the freezer. Bits of hot dinner plate burnt a hole in the lino on my kitchen floor.

I wish I'd seen the explosion - at least then I would be able to say that the whole sorry event had been entertaining.
(Wed 3rd Mar 2004, 22:55, More)