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2 hours ago, Superclam said:

Remember Pixie Sticks? They didn't even try to hide the fact that they were just sugar with a little color and sour added in.

Pixy Stix were, like, fucking great.  Back when I was helping coach my oldest daughter’s Little League softball team, one of the team moms had bought something like several cases of the stuff and would hand them out to the girls right before each game.  We rode to a perfect 14-0 season on the back of those diabetes-inducing little fuckers.

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I heard of turkish delight but didn't know what it was. And treacle, wtf is treacle?

I can officially say I'm all bruised up on my knees for valentines day. I just biffed it in the hallway tripping over a stool. but that's not how I'll tell it.

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16 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

We also used to break off icicles outside and eat them like suckers. Imagine, with all those germs yet we survived somehow.

When I was a kid and Mother was cooking sausages, I always nicked at least one and ate it raw, delicious, when cooking rashers of bacon she used to cut off the rind and layer of bright white fat, I used to grip the fat between my teeth and pull the rind off, then eat the fat, totally raw, she baked loads of cakes and I used to eat all the scrapings of left over mixture, raw eggs and all. I never once got ill  and I never get stomach upsets to this day, just lucky? Mmmmmm,  if a parent let their child do that today the kid would end up in care 🤢

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18 hours ago, Nashville said:

Ever see Marathon Man, with Dustin Hoffman?  I saw it as a teen, and the “interrogation scene” in that movie reinforced a phobia about dentists I didn’t shake until I was in my thirties.

One of my favorite movies that I still watch. 

Also a big fan of  "Three Days of the Condor".  Now that is a scary flick.

I watched "Deliverance" the day after Christmas.  Nothing says the holidays like Ned Beatty running up a hill.

6 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

Remember when the candy was all behind the glass counter, the store man would take a tiny paper bag, you could pick what you wanted and get the bag full for 0.05 cents? This discussion sent me to  Google and look! You can buy this again! I loved the vanilla one.

https://www.amazon.com/Bonomo-Turkish-Flavor-Variety-Bundle/dp/B01313XE9G

Turkish Taffy is a dentist's dream. 

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8 hours ago, Superclam said:

Remember Pixie Sticks? They didn't even try to hide the fact that they were just sugar with a little color and sour added in. Same thing with those pouches of sugar that came with a hard candy paddle to slurp it up with. 

My lips are puckering just thinking of the sour flavor.

I was never much of a fan of Circus peanuts.  

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My friend's brother used to have a bedroom drawer full of unopened cereal prizes.  IIRC, he had a whole bunch of characters from "Freakies" cereal as well as other types of cereal.   I think they were Freakies characters in cars.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freakies

His brother also had bags full of baseball cards that his mother threw out.

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I would think the unopened cereal prizes could be worth something and certainly the baseball cards.

I used to love getting temporary tattoos as the prizes in crack jack. Most were duds. I never liked fruity cereal. Captain crunch was my favorite. of course, gotta eat with milk and cereal separate and only 1 spoonful meets at a time. and never ever ever drink the milk! blech.

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1 hour ago, icemiser69 said:

I watched "Deliverance" the day after Christmas.  Nothing says the holidays like Ned Beatty running up a hill.

The movie is great. The acting is stellar and mostly follows the book exactly, but although the homosexual rape occured, the long, drawn-out "Squeal like a pig" didn't happen in the book at all. I must say that this was Burt Reynold's finest moment. He was book Lewis, through and through. I read the book before I saw the movie and wasn't disappointed. I think it's the memory of that movie that made me see Joe and the Claimers as so frightening.

3 hours ago, OoohMaggie said:

When I was a kid and Mother was cooking sausages, I always nicked at least one and ate it raw, delicious, when cooking rashers of bacon she used to cut off the rind and layer of bright white fat, I used to grip the fat between my teeth and pull the rind off, then eat the fat, totally raw, she baked loads of cakes and I used to eat all the scrapings of left over mixture, raw eggs and all.

Raw pork. Jesus! Haha! When my mother was cooking those sausages, I had to have them burned, like burned black. Burned sausages with ketchup - yum!

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Also a big fan of  "Three Days of the Condor".  Now that is a scary flick.

Major fan of both the movie and the book (Seven Days of the Condor).

BTW - If you like that, you’d probably also enjoy The Eiger Sanction (book and/or movie); some very -ah- unique character studies involved.

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15 hours ago, nachomama said:

I used to love getting temporary tattoos as the prizes in crack jack. Most were duds. I never liked fruity cereal. Captain crunch was my favorite. of course, gotta eat with milk and cereal separate and only 1 spoonful meets at a time. and never ever ever drink the milk! blech.

I was one of those kids that was far more interested in the prizes in the box than the cereal itself.  It didn't take long for my parents to figure that out.

Mail away offers were also pretty cool.  Mail away box tops for various things.

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19 hours ago, OoohMaggie said:

When I was a kid and Mother was cooking sausages, I always nicked at least one and ate it raw, delicious, when cooking rashers of bacon she used to cut off the rind and layer of bright white fat, I used to grip the fat between my teeth and pull the rind off, then eat the fat, totally raw, she baked loads of cakes and I used to eat all the scrapings of left over mixture, raw eggs and all. I never once got ill  and I never get stomach upsets to this day, just lucky? Mmmmmm,  if a parent let their child do that today the kid would end up in care 🤢

Can't you get tapeworms from doing that?

What are the signs?  Does your ass uncontrollably wiggle when you walk? 😃

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17 hours ago, nachomama said:

I would think the unopened cereal prizes could be worth something and certainly the baseball cards.

Those were the days long before baseball cards had any real value (late 70s early 80s). 

I would imagine a lot of people aren't too happy that their baseball cards were tossed out by their parents.

I don't know what he did with the cereal prizes.  He moved a way a few decades ago, his parents have long since died, and the house they grew up in sold.😢

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Speaking of wiggle, I remember as a kid when my parents allowed me to have the "Water Wiggle", but put their foot down when I asked for "Jarts".  Of the two, I always thought the Water Wiggle was far more dangerous because of its unpredictability.  I thought the Jarts were only a problem if somebody did something stupid with them. 

18 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

The movie is great. The acting is stellar and mostly follows the book exactly, but although the homosexual rape occured, the long, drawn-out "Squeal like a pig" didn't happen in the book at all. I must say that this was Burt Reynold's finest moment. He was book Lewis, through and through. I read the book before I saw the movie and wasn't disappointed. I think it's the memory of that movie that made me see Joe and the Claimers as so frightening.

By today's standards, Ned Beatty probably wouldn't have been considered obese.  Overweight, sure, but not obese.

I saw the movie on Turner Classic Movies and the host had talked about how Reynolds performed a stunt that landed him in the hospital. 

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6 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

I saw the movie on Turner Classic Movies and the host had talked about how Reynolds performed a stunt that landed him in the hospital. 

From the Wikipedia entry for Deliverance:

In one scene, the stunt coordinator decided that a scene showing a canoe with a dummy of Burt Reynolds in it looked phony; he said it looked "like a canoe with a dummy in it". Reynolds requested to have the scene re-shot with himself in the canoe rather than the dummy. After shooting the scene, Reynolds, coughing up river water and nursing a broken coccyx, asked how the scene looked. The director responded, "like a canoe with a dummy in it".

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17 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

Can't you get tapeworms from doing that?

What are the signs?  Does your ass uncontrollably wiggle when you walk? 😃

Oh for the innocence of childhood!

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18 hours ago, Nashville said:

From the Wikipedia entry for Deliverance:

In one scene, the stunt coordinator decided that a scene showing a canoe with a dummy of Burt Reynolds in it looked phony; he said it looked "like a canoe with a dummy in it". Reynolds requested to have the scene re-shot with himself in the canoe rather than the dummy. After shooting the scene, Reynolds, coughing up river water and nursing a broken coccyx, asked how the scene looked. The director responded, "like a canoe with a dummy in it".

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I thought there was a scene missing from the movie.  Normally TCM shows their movies uncut.

Burt Reynold's character ends up with a compound fracture of the leg after he ends up falling out of the boat.  They had no problems showing the injury.  However, they never showed the leg being "set" and stabilized.  All of a sudden he has his leg immobilized with a couple of oars and other material strapped to that leg. 

TCM showed "The Bad Seed" (1956) last night.. That movie gives me the creeps.  I can't watch it.

I recorded Hitchcock's "Life Boat".   I have never watched it.

Tonight on TCM they are airing  "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World".  One of my favorite movies.  That is a long movie.  Great cast.

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2 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

I thought there was a scene missing from the movie.  Normally TCM shows their movies uncut.

The scene most frequently cut is a little more -ah- detailed examination of Ned Beatty's tribulations.

2 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

Burt Reynold's character ends up with a compound fracture of the leg after he ends up falling out of the boat.  They had no problems showing the injury.  However, they never showed the leg being "set" and stabilized.  All of a sudden he has his leg immobilized with a couple of oars and other material strapped to that leg. 

The leg break was scripted; the tailbone break, not so much. 😉

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2 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

I recorded Hitchcock's "Life Boat".   I have never watched it.

Such a great movie!! A full drama unfolds with a small cast and one set. You can only have that with great actors. 

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2 hours ago, Nashville said:

The leg break was scripted; the tailbone break, not so much

Right. The broken leg, with the bone protruding through the skin was in the book, which went into more detail about that. I highly recommend the book.

Another interesting tidbit: When "Banjo Boy" was supposed to turn away from Ronny Cox he wouldn't do it, since he liked Cox, so Ned Beatty was told to stand behind Cox. Banjo boy didn't like Beatty, so he turned away.

IMO, one of the greatest scenes ever:

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19 hours ago, AngelaHunter said:

IMO, one of the greatest scenes ever:

Speaking as a foreigner and someone who’s never met these sort of people, the whole idea of strange folk living in the swamps and backwoods has always been intriguing, taking a wrong turn off the highway and running into Mr “squeal like a pig” and his buddies, you see a cop and think you’ve been saved only to discover said cop is Mr Squeal’s cousin!

Another great movie with that sort of setting was Southern Comfort, obviously no offence to swamp and backwoods dwellers who aren’t strange 🙄

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53 minutes ago, OoohMaggie said:

Another great movie with that sort of setting was Southern Comfort, obviously no offence to swamp and backwoods dwellers who aren’t strange 🙄

If you had an issue with them you probably wouldn't be watching TWD. 🙂

All these years the series has been on the air and I don't think they have come across anyone with a banjo.

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23 hours ago, Superclam said:

Such a great movie!! A full drama unfolds with a small cast and one set. You can only have that with great actors.

Didn’t we get that aboard Strand’s ‘Abigail’ over on Fear? 😆

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4 minutes ago, OoohMaggie said:

Didn’t we get that aboard Stand’s Abigail’ over on Fear? 😱

Although I know all of those words, I have no idea what that sentence means. 

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2 hours ago, OoohMaggie said:

Speaking as a foreigner and someone who’s never met these sort of people

Nor have I.

1 hour ago, icemiser69 said:

All these years the series has been on the air and I don't think they have come across anyone with a banjo.

It's high time to get Steve Martin on this show. He and his banjo would be much more interesting than the Cheese Man.

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On 2/16/2019 at 2:43 PM, Superclam said:

Such a great movie!! A full drama unfolds with a small cast and one set. You can only have that with great actors.

I just finished watching "Lifeboat".  The movie wasn't bad, but Tallulah Bankhead was getting on my last nerve..  She was incredibly obnoxious.  I was hoping someone would throw her overboard.

I am more of a "North By Northwest" fan, as well as "Rear Window".

I have never watched  "Strangers on a Train".

"Psycho" isn't bad, but I have to watch it in the daylight.

"The Birds" is just too bloody for me.

At some point I have to watch the Billy Wilder film, "Double Indemnity".

ETA:

"Father Goose" is another great movie.  It stars Cary Grant, Leslie Caron, and Trevor Howard.

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36 minutes ago, icemiser69 said:

At some point I have to watch the Billy Wilder film, "Double Indemnity".

Oh, do watch it. Fred McMurry in his pre-"My Three Sons" goofy dad period and the always wonderful Barbara Stanwyck.

I guess we'll get a remake of that soon, maybe with Jennifer Lopez and Keanu Reeves. I tried to watch the remake of "Papillon". Not only was the original story destroyed, but there's no getting away from comparisons between Steve McQueen and Charlie Hunnam. Nothing against Charlie. He's not a terrible actor, but Steve McQ he is not. When is Hollywood going to learn that you don't remake successful, classic movies. You remake bad movies and make them better. Duh.

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36 minutes ago, AngelaHunter said:

I guess we'll get a remake of that soon, maybe with Jennifer Lopez and Keanu Reeves. I tried to watch the remake of "Papillon". Not only was the original story destroyed, but there's no getting away from comparisons between Steve McQueen and Charlie Hunnam. Nothing against Charlie. He's not a terrible actor, but Steve McQ he is not. When is Hollywood going to learn that you don't remake successful, classic movies. You remake bad movies and make them better. Duh.

I hate remakes much like I hate covers of great music.

I would have thought Hollywood would have learned its lesson after remaking "Brian's Song".  How could they possibly think they could do better than the original with Billy Dee Williams and James Caan?   And that was just a television movie.  Then they remake the movie in 2001 with two people I never heard of.

Another great movie I like is "Stalag17".

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2 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

I just finished watching "Lifeboat".  The movie wasn't bad, but Tallulah Bankhead was getting on my last nerve..  She was incredibly obnoxious.  I was hoping someone would throw her overboard.

I am more of a "North By Northwest" fan, as well as "Rear Window".

I have never watched  "Strangers on a Train".

"Psycho" isn't bad, but I have to watch it in the daylight.

"The Birds" is just too bloody for me.

Hahaha, I think she's supposed to be stuck-up and bitchy. In real life, she would've been tossed on Day 1! 

Those other ones are also great. The Birds doesn't bother me. Rear Window is probably my favorite, if only for Jimmy Stewart's performance. 

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Just now, Superclam said:

Rear Window is probably my favorite, if only for Jimmy Stewart's performance. 

Yes! In my mind, Jimmy Stewart (and James Cagney) could do no wrong even in "The Man who Shot Liberty Valance although he was much too old for the role, but aside from him I do love that movie. I have a whole library of classic movies and when I get utterly disgusted with the comic book franchise movies chock full of guys named "Chris" with the obligatory washboard abs now on the table, I watch one of them.

4 minutes ago, Superclam said:

Hahaha, I think she's supposed to be stuck-up and bitchy.

I think Talullah Bankhead specialized in "stuck up and bitchy" and she was really good at it.

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58 minutes ago, icemiser69 said:

I hate remakes much like I hate covers of great music.

I would have thought Hollywood would have learned its lesson after remaking "Brian's Song".  How could they possibly think they could do better than the original with Billy Dee Williams and James Caan?   And that was just a television movie.  Then they remake the movie in 2001 with two people I never heard of.

Yeah, I totally agree. I can't think of a recent movie remake that was any good, or at least as good as the original. Total Recall stands out as particularly bad. I haven't seen A Star Is Born yet. 

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4 minutes ago, AngelaHunter said:

I think Talullah Bankhead specialized in "stuck up and bitchy" and she was really good at it.

Exactly! She made the movie for me, but if you don't like her, you're not going to like the movie too much. 

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5 minutes ago, Superclam said:

Total Recall stands out as particularly bad.

In the "What the hell were they thinking?" category. The original is one of my favorite movies and the remake is cringeworthy, nonsensical and just plain boring. Maybe part of it is that I cannot watch Colin Farrell withough thinking of the stupid, dumb home movie that idiot made of himself having sex with some Penthouse skank and oh, no - that reminds me of the remake of "The Beguiled". The original with Clint Eastwood was truly creepy and different, while the new version was just kind of disgusting and vile.

Now I'm thinking of the remake of "Clash of the Titans." I really liked the orignal, especially for the amazing creatures created by the incomparable Ray Harryhausen. The remake was just a mess and Sam Worthington might want to rethink his career choices. Abs can't always overcome other shortcomings.

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4 hours ago, icemiser69 said:

"The Birds" is just too bloody for me.

Thanks to an insomniac uncle, I first saw "The Birds" when I was about 4 or 5.  It imprinted strongly on me; imagery of the attack on the town (the fire, and particularly the phone booth bit) cropped up frequently in my dreams for years afterwards, and I didn't know why.  It wasn't until I was about 15 or so that I saw the movie again, and realized it must have been the source.

Stuff like that probably explains a lot about why I am the way I am today.  ;>

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Let’s talk squirrel head gumbo.  Nothing like a slick, greasy grey sludge with little skulls sneering at you.

i think the egg bread was cloud bread. 

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58 minutes ago, Nashville said:

Thanks to an insomniac uncle, I first saw "The Birds" when I was about 4 or 5.

The first time I saw it, it freaked me out too, especially the guy in the house with his eyes pecked out. A few years ago I got a book with the short stories of Daphne Dumaurier. "The Birds" bears no relation to the movie, except - well - for the birds. It's a good story.

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10 hours ago, Superclam said:

Although I know all of those words, I have no idea what that sentence means. 

Strand from Fear of the Walking Dead and the yacht they were on was named Abigail.

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On 2/17/2019 at 3:05 PM, AngelaHunter said:

It's high time to get Steve Martin on this show. He and his banjo would be much more interesting than the Cheese Man. 

He could hide in a herd of walkers with an arrow through his head.  That used to be a big thing in his comedy routine, having an arrow through his head.

I fondly remember the song he sung, "King Tut".

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23 hours ago, Superclam said:

Hahaha, I think she's supposed to be stuck-up and bitchy. In real life, she would've been tossed on Day 1! 

Or everyone that was in the boat would have jumped back into the water.

All of that time in a boat and none of them have to use the bathroom.

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20 hours ago, Mu Shu said:

Let’s talk squirrel head gumbo.  Nothing like a slick, greasy grey sludge with little skulls sneering at you.

I am a vegetarian.  Just thinking about that makes me sad.

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What makes being a vegetarian so difficult, is that much of the prepackaged food is too carbohydrate heavy and contains way too much sodium.

It sucks, because my blood pressure skyrockets if I so much as look at a salt shaker.

I like celery and even celery has a lot of sodium in it.

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On 2/17/2019 at 7:00 PM, Superclam said:

Hahaha, I think she's supposed to be stuck-up and bitchy. In real life, she would've been tossed on Day 1! 

Those other ones are also great. The Birds doesn't bother me. Rear Window is probably my favorite, if only for Jimmy Stewart's performance. 

I love Rear Window, and other movies like it, that aren't so good, but they're what some would call a guilty pleasure - I don't do that, usually. If I like it, there's no guilt involved. Like Disturbia: nothing award-winning about it, but it's fine for a snowy afternoon (and then when my mum was in the hospital, we watched it on her TV). 

I watched Deliverance *once* and that was enough, because it freaked me out. 

One of the worst movies I've ever seen, was Pulp Fiction (and here I will say "don't @ me" the way they do on twitter). The beginning and the end were good, and I guess the dance scene that was well-known. I hated the rest. I know I've seen equally bad movies, but I can't remember them right now.

I'm in the mood to just watch movies. Not a TV show, just a good movie or two, before going to bed. 

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4 hours ago, Anela said:

I watched Deliverance *once* and that was enough, because it freaked me out. 

The compound fracture was really difficult to look at.

I was surprised that after Burt Reynolds' character pulled the arrow out of the mountain guy he shot and killed, that he didn't take that dude's gun and shoot him in the head with it.   Try to hide the fact the he was shot with an arrow.  Instead, they bury the dude in a shallow grave with his gun.

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6 hours ago, Anela said:

One of the worst movies I've ever seen, was Pulp Fiction (and here I will say "don't @ me" the way they do on twitter). The beginning and the end were good, and I guess the dance scene that was well-known. I hated the rest. I know I've seen equally bad movies, but I can't remember them right now.

I might have @ed at you in the past, but it was on a few weeks ago and I got bored in the middle and turned it off. I really liked it when it came out, but I don't think it's aged well. Generally, I think Tarantino is overrated. His dialogue is ridiculous. I'd hire him to DJ a party, though, his soundtracks are the best parts of his films. 

That said, I do like Reservoir Dogs. 

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On 2/17/2019 at 10:20 PM, Mu Shu said:

Let’s talk squirrel head gumbo.  Nothing like a slick, greasy grey sludge with little skulls sneering at you.

i think the egg bread was cloud bread. 

I ran across cloud bread and I concur I believe it's the same and it is downright putrid.

Is Reservoir Dogs the one with Mr. Pink and Mr. Orange? The only thing I even care about in one of them is where they all sit around discussing how much to tip. Killers talking about who is too cheap to tip, etc. I was a server at the time so I got a tremendous chuckle out of that.

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20 minutes ago, nachomama said:

Is Reservoir Dogs the one with Mr. Pink and Mr. Orange? The only thing I even care about in one of them is where they all sit around discussing how much to tip. Killers talking about who is too cheap to tip, etc. I was a server at the time so I got a tremendous chuckle out of that.

Yes. 

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Any funny or interesting moments from your childhood?

I was a little kid running around the yard barefoot.  I stepped on a bee and was stung in the process.  I was bawling like a baby.   So, my oldest sibling walks up to me and says, "imagine how the bee feels".

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funny and interesting childhood?

I was sitting in my dad's truck and he had no power steering "My Sharona" was on the radio and I was "dancing" cuz I could swing the steering wheel back and forth, I stepped on a fish hook that was on the floor board. My dad told me it was my fault cuz I was being an idiot. \

One time I also got yelled at on Christmas because I stepped on my sister's dollar that we got and then I opened the wrong gift because I couldn't read cursive writing so I cried and my dad sent me to my room and we have all this on a tape recorder because my mom wanted to sync up the sound with the 8 mm movies my dad was filming. So you can hear me wailing all the way down the hall and you can hear my dad yell at me "you better dry it up, before I give you something to cry about".  I was pretty much an idiot as a child and definitely shoulda been a victim of Darwin's survival of the fittest. before the crying I was only making little squeak noises, I didn't talk. I find myself quite annoying. Apparently before kindergarten I didn't talk much and most people thought I was "special" and my parents thought for sure I would be in special ed classes. then they signed me up and I turned out to be kinda smart. they was confused. I think they just had to get me separatd from my sister, she did all my talking for me.

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Oh! Once upon a time we were sitting in a field next to the road and my friend was sticking twigs in my hair. A gold station wagon drove by and then turned around and came back. A dude wearing overalls stepped out and dropped trou and we all ran screaming. I had forgotten the twigs so I was basically dropping leaves as I ran. He probably stopped cuz I was an idiot child with leaves instead of hair.

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