16 July 2019
27 April 2019
I’ve forced my family to watch, I mean, my family and I have watched AHDN more times than I can really count, so my father and I decided that we would try to recite the whole movie line by line and see how long we could go without messing up a single word. We got all the way to the but where the grandfather was forging the autographs underneath the stage before getting distracted and eventually dropping the game. I must admit, it was a lot of fun, especially since we did the whole thing in mock Liverpool accents that were quite rubbish, actually.
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Sailing somewhere between Sour Milk Sea and the Cast Iron Shore.
14 November 2017
@ThatWeirdBeatlesGirl: that sounds like fun. I watched this again the other night and still laugh,even though I've seen it a million times.I like when George has to talk to the guy about the shirts, funny stuff
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Still writing the words to the sermon that no one will hear......
15 November 2018
15 February 2015
That's pretty epic, TWBG. I could probably manage it, I have a good memory for recitation and such. I also like to think I can do a decent Scouse, although I'm probably wrong. But I don't have A Hard Day's Night handy to watch over and over enough times to memorise it, plus I'm busy using my brain to learn French right now.
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It verges from the sublime to the ridiculote
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