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Re: John Cleese doesn't like his hometown! by bIG bLOGGER on 25 July 2008 3:57pm
 
I think Michael's about 42...and,you're right,Antipodean-Judge-of-Talent,he IS damn good-looking!
 
Re: John Cleese doesn't like his hometown! by kazzzz on 25 July 2008 3:58pm
 
42 + 23 and getting more gorgeous all the time :)
 
Re: John Cleese doesn't like his hometown! by kisch on 25 July 2008 5:36pm
 
oh Jesus Christ, I was only quoting... didn't mean to offend anyone. Honestly ! (c) Tho I must say I often come across some unpleasant things about Pythons there.
Easy, mates. And I must add, I'm very upset about all this JC business.
Also, I would appreciate my name to be written correct, alright ? Thank you. Well, actually it's nothing, because I won't be posting here anymore anyway.
 
Re: John Cleese doesn't like his hometown! by peripatetically on 25 July 2008 5:40pm
 
Kiss Colin Firth on the TV lips for me, kaz!
 
Re: John Cleese doesn't like his hometown! by Katia on 25 July 2008 6:07pm
 
Kisch darling - PLEASE never mind. I missed the "point" when I was hastily reading the thread, otherwise I would have said something to sermon-lovers who preach just for the sake of preaching, and to those who take everything personally (when other people NEVER mean to get at them personally just because they cannot be bothered;-)), only to start a fuss (again just for the sake of it).

We talked about overreacting and how bad it is, now you can see I am not the worst example. PLEASE never mind!
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Re: John Cleese doesn't like his hometown! by bIG bLOGGER on 25 July 2008 6:20pm
 
kisch:apologies!Don't take my remarks too seriously,please and PLEASE come back..we're missing you already!!...
Admittedly you put you 'quote' in inverted commas,true, but you didn't quote your 'source',so I wasn't sure who or which person you were quoting. Sorry if I upset you,you're a brave girl (boy).
 
Re: John Cleese doesn't like his hometown! by Spursfan on 25 July 2008 7:59pm
 
Kazzzz - shhhhh! I had purposely NOT mentioned the unwrapped creme egg on page 3!!!!

Now everyone will want one!

;)
 
Re: John Cleese doesn't like his hometown! by MMMmmm... on 25 July 2008 8:27pm
 
Mike - I just meant famous peoples' mouths are bigger by virtue of being famous. (It depends on the individual from there.)

Or... maybe it's just that there are more people listening (with bigger ears) :)
 
Re: John Cleese doesn't like his hometown! by mrsthing on 26 July 2008 9:30am
 
His mother used to say, to his face, that if he hadn't been born, her life would have been a lot happier. Maybe she was joking in her own dark way, but that's an awful thing to say to your kid. Who knows what else was going on?

And his ex is really taking him to the cleaners! I think it's tacky of him to talk about it in public, others have been quoted in the Telegraph and other news sites talking about his divorce, so it wasn't really news. And of course, everyone's making a big deal of his young girlfriend. He hasn't even really called her a girlfriend yet! And if she is, so what? He's a hot, interesting older man. Some of us still think he's sexy!

I don't think famous people should have to refrain from whinging when they want to. Perhaps they shouldn't do it so publicly, though.
 
Re: John Cleese doesn't like his hometown! by bIG bLOGGER on 26 July 2008 3:34pm
 
mrsthing: sorry to have to differ:JC (I mean JOHN CLEESE,not Jesus Christ,or Julius Caesar)..is 'hot'??...is 'sexy'??..
My opinion (obviously not shared by you)is that Mr.Cleese is as hot as a plate of yesterday's baked beans,and as sexy as a large wet haddock flopping about on the quayside.I wonder what Michael Palin thinks? bIG.
 
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