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Old 11-20-2007, 07:54 PM   #25801
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OMG, I feel so bad. A few minutes ago my friend ordered a kebab, and in my drunken stupor I got one too. Now I just feel terrible. I know that my chicken kebab is far better than his strange processed lamb thing, but it's nearly 4am, and I'm about to go to sleep, clearly not a time for such food.

Oh dear, this is clearly a one time mistake, never again!
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Old 11-20-2007, 09:10 PM   #25802
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Jatsie, tell us of the dreams you had (if you managed to get to sleep).
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I want a kebab, which I sometimes spell as kabob.
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Old 11-21-2007, 01:14 AM   #25804
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Oh dear, this is clearly a one time mistake, never again!
That's what everyone says until the next time.
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I want a kebab, which I sometimes spell as kabob.
Hmm. I seem to remember dragon "kabob" being used in a quite excellent free game I played recently. If only I could remember it's name.
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Amusing late-night chat with Lee:

12:56:59 AM: Now, what should we do for entertainment now that you'v put away your work and I've put away mine for the night?
12:57:20 AM: Put on an elaborate song and dance number?
12:58:18 AM: *grins* Bollywood style, or classic Gene Kelly/Fred Astaire stuff?
12:58:48 AM: Oh man... Bollywood!
12:59:54 AM: If only because the thought of us singing in Hindi amuses me.
1:00:45 AM: You do realize that absolutely anything we do Bollywood style will look ridiculous to us?
1:01:20 AM: Well, yes, and that's part of the fun, you see.
1:02:58 AM: Ah ha. So then, we will need a Bollywood plt. These usually involve a boy, usually playe dby a man in his forties, a girl, usually played by a woman in her twenties, an old aunt or grandfather, a scheming uncle, and a chorus of friends who always show up for the dance sequences, though they serve absolutely no point to the plot.
1:04:03 AM: Well, you're almost in your forties.
1:04:13 AM: I suppose now it's time to find our supporting cast.
1:05:06 AM: Yes, interstingly enough, I also have many of the physical characteristics needed for the role as well, including thick facial hair, a balding scalp with long hair (which will need to be hidden under a turban) and a rather portly belly.
1:05:56 AM: Okay, my first instinct is to invite the AGers to be the background dancers, but I suspect they'd complain about twitch gaming and a bad control setup.
1:06:27 AM: Plus several ofthem would have the music turned off and wouldn't hear their cues.

1:06:30 AM: I think the gaybois will be all for it.
1:06:35 AM: That said, LOL.
1:06:40 AM: Yeah, I suspect you're right.
1:07:13 AM: And I suppose the middle-aged women might want to join in.
1:07:55 AM: Okay, so we cast Trep, Jat and maybe one more as the convenient friends. Who are we goignt o get for you sequences? Melanie and Jelena?
1:08:22 AM: And Jaz.
1:08:31 AM: Oh yeah, of course!
1:08:52 AM: RLacey should be the grandfather.
1:08:53 AM: Now, who will portray the scheming Uncle, the villain of the piece?
1:09:04 AM: That would be Giligan.
1:09:11 AM: Or maybe stepurhan.
1:09:41 AM: Stepurhan has never struck me as the villainous sort. I'm tryng to remember him doing one mean thing, but coming up short.
1:09:56 AM: Giligan on the other hand...
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Old 11-21-2007, 03:48 AM   #25806
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I love how I can type perfectly, at a time when I struggle with simple task of walking, hehe.
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1:07:13 AM: And I suppose the middle-aged women might want to join in.
1:07:55 AM: Okay, so we cast Trep, Jat and maybe one more as the convenient friends. Who are we goignt o get for you sequences? Melanie and Jelena?
I'm in!
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I've never seen one of these odd song-and-dance Bollywood productions, but I have a feeling that the villain always ends up a contrite, penitent man, his plans foiled. I'm not sure if that would be good for my reputation...
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Whatever.
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Whatever, Whatever
We're meant to be together
I'll be there
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And we'll kill the Thread™, my dear
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Old 11-21-2007, 09:52 AM   #25811
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SSHakira, SSHakira?
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No thanks, darling.

I'm going solo on the Thread™-killage.
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Old 11-21-2007, 02:20 PM   #25813
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What a load of crap.
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Whatever.
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is an anagram of "fun b00ts"!
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Yay!
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is an anagram of "fun b00ts"!
That's good to know.
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Indeed.

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Amusing late-night chat with Lee:

1:07:13 AM: And I suppose the middle-aged women might want to join in.
1:07:55 AM: Okay, so we cast Trep, Jat and maybe one more as the convenient friends. Who are we goignt o get for you sequences? Melanie and Jelena?
1:08:22 AM: And Jaz.

Yay! Count me in!


*sings* A ke kuli ho ja ho bann
(INSTRUMENTAL!)
Di dar ju-un ka hota he
(INSTRUMENTAL!)
Ke se ka hun me o ja ra je
Pjare ke se hota he.
Dududu...
Dududu...he!
A ke kuli ho ja ho bann
Di dar ju-un ka hota he
A ke kuli ho ja ho bann
Di dar ju-un ka hota he
Ke se ka hun me o ja ra je
Pjare ke se hota he.
Dududu...
Dududu...he!
A ke kuli ho ja ho bann
Di dar ju-un ka hota he
Ke se ka hun me o ja ra je
Pjare ke se hota he.
Dududu...
Dududu...he!
(VIOLIN SOLO!)
Ah....!
Ah....!
Lalala...
Lalala...
A dsche hija ro ke sepe
Marke denge ham
A dsche hija ro ke sepe
Marke denge ham
Ki si ki ja do me ko ku me
Ha bo ko hame sa dscha li ja
Ki si ki ja do me ko ku me
Ha bo ko hame sa dscha li ja
Dududu...
Dududu...he!
A ke kuli ho ja ho bann
Di dar ju-un ka hota he
A ke kuli ho ja ho bann
Di dar ju-un ka hota he
Ke se ka hun me o ja ra je
Pjare ke se hota he.
Dududu...
Dududu...he!



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I've never seen one of these odd song-and-dance Bollywood productions, but I have a feeling that the villain always ends up a contrite, penitent man, his plans foiled. I'm not sure if that would be good for my reputation...

I don't really remember the villains either. I only watched a severely cut version of some movies on German TV, and my Indian friend only had a DVD with just the song sequences at hand.


Also, don't underestimate the evil of Uncle Stepsie!


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