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    Re: Learning to Drive

    Ummm... They can, but not legally.
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    Re: Stupidest/funniest websites

    www.subservientchicken.com
    You have to type in what you want the chicken-man to do, eg roll over, lay an egg, dance, sit down and watch tv, etc.
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    Re: simpsons for 2 more years!

    Although I'd like to see the new episode written by and starring Ricky Gervais, I agree with most of you in that the Simpsons is on it's way down.

    As I've said here before, I think anything...
  4. Re: Have they toned down the "clever" Malcolm

    I believe so, although I can't seem to find that thread to check.

    Ah, just discovered the search facility;
    http://www.malcolminthemiddle.co.uk/forum/showpost.php?p=15472&postcount=11
  5. Re: Have they toned down the "clever" Malcolm

    If Malcolm is about to go to college I think the time for him falling in with the wrong crowd has passed - At a prestigious college I would imagine Malcolm to be the popular guy because he has life...
  6. Re: Have they toned down the "clever" Malcolm

    Malcolm's progression makes sense to me because in a way I experienced 'the life or Malcolm' when I was younger:
    Malcolm was seen as the geeky kid who hung around with other geeky kids, but then...
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    Re: MIM older viewers

    Maybe one of the reasons MitM appeals to older viewers is because we can relate to Hal and Lois's perspectives - like Lois I also get frustrated by unruly children (including university students) who...
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    Re: Worst MITM character

    I dislike Herkabe as well - I think he's a malicious dickhead, but justice is served in his social standing; he doesn't have many (if any) friends and I seem to remember he drives a crummy car. ...
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    Re: Family Guy!!!

    Until quite recently the Simpsons was my favourite programme of all time, but in my opinion the quality of the humour used has been dumbed down to the point where I just don't find it funny any more....
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    Re: Creepiest movie moment

    The creepiest thing I have ever seen on TV was a television drama, first shown in four parts in about 1991 when I would have been about 10 years old.
    It was called Chimera; it was about a human/ape...
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    Re: Pleasantly suprised

    I didn't think i liked Family Guy until I saw it; I thought it was like King of the Hill (which I still don't like) - an unfunny Simpsons rip-off.
    At the time I worked with a guy who talked about it...
  12. Re: Your Favorite Supporting Characters and a Debate about Craig's Weight

    Richie is one of my favourite characters, but given his lack of airtime and that he doesn't really play a part in the overall storyline, could he really be described as a 'supporting' character?
    If...
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    Re: Is Steve Irwin a complete idiot?

    I think Steve Irwin's brand of 'hands-on' nature programmes are fresh and revolutionary; sure, he could sit back and watch animals though a long range lense, but could he give a sufficiently...
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    Re: Favourite Music "of the moment"

    My favourite new tunes would have to be the 'Thin White Duke' remix of Royksopp's 'What Else Is There?', and for pure cheeze value, 'I Like Girls', by 'Hound Dogs'.
    I have classic all-time...
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    Re: Favourite chill-out songs

    I'm about to go to bed now so I'm listening to hed kandi's 'beach house' album. Although I've heard it hundreds of times I probably wouldn't be able to name many tracks on it.
  16. Re: Your personal favorite Supporting Characters

    @ yardgames,
    Please rename this thread "Your favorite Supporting Characters, and has Craig lost weight?"
  17. Re: Your personal favorite Supporting Characters

    Could it be that he just appears less fat in the second picture because he's standing up/smiling/wearing a looser top/wearing darker colours?
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    Re: Amazing Screen and Amazing Price

    I've been thinking about upgrading to an LCD monitor for a while now, but considering I made my PC out of bits which my mates don't need any more, there are several things I need more urgently.
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    Re: Music concerts

    I don't think I'd ever go out of my way to see any particular band, because tickets are usually expensive and they can be difficult to get to.

    In 1999 I went to this big open-air party where...
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    Re: what jobs does everyone do??

    It's not actually that bad, because I don't deal with claims; my day mainly consists of telling customers to ignore letters that have crossed in the post with theirs, and explaining to people why...
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    Re: what jobs does everyone do??

    I work in an insurance call centre during the day (like one of those chickens off the tv commercial) and behind the bar in a bistro in the evening - both are repetitive jobs which I only do for the...
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    Re: Driving

    I've got a green Peugeot 106, 1.4 litre diesel. It's about 11 years old and not very exciting to drive, but it doesn't cost very much to run.
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    Re: Forum Diversity

    I was thinking the same thing the other day - maybe not necessarily in a room as such, more a conference call on skype or something.
    The problem with that would be trying to get everyone on at the...
  24. Re: The Perfect Climate

    Basically, yes. They're like smaller motorways (or "freeways", depending on your inclination) which have the same speed limit as a motorway unless otherwise stated, and consist of the main lane and...
  25. Re: The Perfect Climate

    In England the snow generally arrives around January or February, when the whole country seems to panic and grind to a 20mph pace on dual carriageways, making me late for work!

    Last Christmas...
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