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AHH the lovely Time Bandits by notquitenglish on 14 April 2003 12:43am
 
I don't mean their faces, of course, though they are rather cute in a weird sort of way. But last night I was tired, sore, and rather depressed, and I sat down and watched it, and bingo, first five minutes was giggling like a mad monkey and ready to bottle my happiness and sell it. It would be called "Time Bandits High." Needless to say, ever since I first saw it about a year ago, I've been driving my mom insane going "You are wrong Benson. my revenge will be slow and unpleasant. I will turn you inside out over a very long period of time." "Oh THANK YOU, master, THANK YOU!"

and the "I must have fruit!" never fails to crack me up, of course.
 



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