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    30 Oct '13 21:45
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Use kip oil?
    Pik Louise
  2. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    30 Oct '13 22:06
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    31 Oct '13 01:28
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    RHP's General Forum taken daily in moderate dosage strength provides extensive benefits to your social awareness, emotional well being and psychological orientation in at least three spheres. What's up - What's down = Net Thumbs.
    In the GF and elsewhere, "Tums" seem to be the thing that needs a prescription had they not been available over the counter.
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    31 Oct '13 07:13
    Originally posted by divegeester
    The Red Sox is GBs thing, mine is Chelsea and in particular Frank Lampard. I hijacked your thread, sorry.
    No problem. Think I'll settle down to watch a good scary film tonight. With a bottle of Burgundy for company. And the wife, of course. In that order....
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    31 Oct '13 07:21
    Originally posted by Pianoman1
    No problem. Think I'll settle down to watch a good scary film tonight. With a bottle of Burgundy for company. And the wife, of course. In that order....
    Which one? I love the oldies like the 1930s, 40s and 50s stuff from universal and Hammer. Although they are not regarded as scary nowadays.
  6. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    31 Oct '13 07:28
    Originally posted by Pianoman1
    No problem. Think I'll settle down to watch a good scary film tonight. With a bottle of Burgundy for company. And the wife, of course. In that order....
    When good scary films, company and wives are few, a nice bottle of Burgundy and reverie will do (with apologies to Emily).
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    31 Oct '13 11:29
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Which one? I love the oldies like the 1930s, 40s and 50s stuff from universal and Hammer. Although they are not regarded as scary nowadays.
    I'm still a sucker for Christopher Lee films. So dated, almost funny in their attempt at being horrific, but they had chutzpah...
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    31 Oct '13 11:48
    Originally posted by Pianoman1
    I'm still a sucker for Christopher Lee films. So dated, almost funny in their attempt at being horrific, but they had chutzpah...
    As a kid I liked the Lon Chaney (Jr & Sr), Boris Karloff type but as you said now they seem a bit dated and not enough blood...just kidding there's realistic and then there is the realism ones mind can conjure up.
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