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26 Jul 2019, 5:59 pm

I saw it with my mother's boyfriend.

We went to Burger King afterwards. I thought it was a big deal to be taken to Burger King LOL



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26 Jul 2019, 6:02 pm

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I saw it with my mother's boyfriend.

We went to Burger King afterwards. I thought it was a big deal to be taken to Burger King LOL

I grew up so poor that going to burger king or picking up a pizza meant that we were celebrating a special occassion. :lol:


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26 Jul 2019, 6:04 pm

It was a special occasion for me----let me tell you!

I didn't like the guy....but I liked the Whopper LOL

When my father used to take me to Kentucky Fried Chicken, I thought I was on top of the world LOL

When I was a kid in the 1960s, we used to go to this restaurant once a year. It was in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn.....right by a waterway where boats stop to sell fish. I went there once in the 1990s--but it closed soon after.



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26 Jul 2019, 6:10 pm

I'm starting The Breakfast Club now, if anyone wants to weigh in on that. :heart:

I felt like an Ally but dressed like a Claire.



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26 Jul 2019, 6:12 pm

I really wasn't like any of the kids. Maybe somewhat close to that blond-headed nerdy guy.

There were some Molly Ringwald types in my high school; I felt like they were "not in my league."



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26 Jul 2019, 6:13 pm

kraftiekortie wrote:
It was a special occasion for me----let me tell you!

I didn't like the guy....but I liked the Whopper LOL

When my father used to take me to Kentucky Fried Chicken, I thought I was on top of the world LOL



Lol some of my best memories as a little boy were playing with the cheap little plastic toys I'd get from McDonalds or Burger King. 8)

We were always broke but life was good. :) Now we are just plain broke. :lol:

Anywho i'm streaming a slasher movie called "Valentines". A geeky boy who was bullied in middle school grows up to be a serial killer wearing a cupid's mask.

Edit: I also remember a raccoon that used to hang out in the trees behind the burger king in my town. 8)


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26 Jul 2019, 6:27 pm

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The Proposition

A very bloody, very brutal, very violent Western set in the Australian Outback...and I liked it! :)

(And I am not even a fan of Westerns! :wink: )


I liked it, too.


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26 Jul 2019, 7:49 pm

kraftiekortie wrote:
I really wasn't like any of the kids. Maybe somewhat close to that blond-headed nerdy guy.

There were some Molly Ringwald types in my high school; I felt like they were "not in my league."


I just finished Breakfast Club. It really was quite brilliant, wasn't it?
I don't like that the "nerdy guy" ends up alone at the end. He was my favourite of the guys.

Time for JAWS!



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27 Jul 2019, 1:13 am

Small places in Norway dont have BK or McD , we got BK only 2 yrs ago......their chicken burgers are okay , dont really care much for their regular burgers though



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27 Jul 2019, 2:34 am

The Killer Shrews.

Absolutely poorly made B grade scifi/horror 1950's film concerning mutated, dog sized shrews terrorizing their makers and a sea captain on a tiny island during a hurricane. The hero sea captain is played by a young Roscoe P. Coltrane of Dukes Of Hazard fame.


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27 Jul 2019, 3:36 am

^ Gkhuh-gkhuh-gkhuh


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27 Jul 2019, 3:48 am

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^ Gkhuh-gkhuh-gkhuh


That's right! 8)


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27 Jul 2019, 3:53 am

Sushi Girl.

An ex con, released from prison after six years, attends a get together with his former partners in crime who believe he has possession of diamonds the gang had stolen but had disappeared. Soon, it turns into a bloody torture fest. Soon forgotten is the silent, naked young woman, who sushi had been eaten off of, who has a secret. Stars Tony Todd and Mark Hamill.
Very disturbing crime movie. It was great!


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27 Jul 2019, 2:52 pm

Kraichgauer wrote:
The Killer Shrews.

Absolutely poorly made B grade scifi/horror 1950's film concerning mutated, dog sized shrews terrorizing their makers and a sea captain on a tiny island during a hurricane. The hero sea captain is played by a young Roscoe P. Coltrane of Dukes Of Hazard fame.


I've seen this through the eyes of Mystery Science Theater 3000. I found it funny. The cowardly guy is played by Ken Curtis, the actor who played Festus on Gunsmoke.



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27 Jul 2019, 3:28 pm

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Kraichgauer wrote:
The Killer Shrews.

Absolutely poorly made B grade scifi/horror 1950's film concerning mutated, dog sized shrews terrorizing their makers and a sea captain on a tiny island during a hurricane. The hero sea captain is played by a young Roscoe P. Coltrane of Dukes Of Hazard fame.


I've seen this through the eyes of Mystery Science Theater 3000. I found it funny. The cowardly guy is played by Ken Curtis, the actor who played Festus on Gunsmoke.


Really, now! Festus!


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