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    I used to watch the old school Doctor Who with my Dad

    I haven't seen the news ones though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    I have never seen Twilight or any of the Harry Potters.
    Never...? What? Tut tut...

    I'm jealous you've never seen twilight (you can't unsee things )

    But I'm sad for you about Harry Potter...have you read the books at least?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandora67 View Post
    LOVE doctor who, hate twilight and it's damn twihards, and I loved the Harry potter books but thought the movies could never be as good as the books
    I agree...

    What makes the books so brilliant is JK doesn't just create a great story, but she builds this amazing world. When I read the books, she makes the magical world feel so real. Literary escapism at it's best...

    Sometimes when I watch the movies I think parts are missing, because I visualise so much of the story when I read the books...

    Maybe I'm crazy actually...

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    I'm quite sure we are all crazy on this thread

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    Bonkers is offline wishes she was a glow worm. A glow worm's never glum, 'cos how can you be grumpy when the sun shines out of your bum?
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    The books of Harry potter were so so much better. Iv read them millions of times

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    I got bored about the end of number 4 or 5 of the harry potters. Movies too. I watched them all but never read them.

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    Harry is the best!

    I love the movies but I'm the same ad Luna, they just aren't the same.
    Nothing is as good as losing yourself in JK Rowlings universe

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    I'm very disappointed that no one has been to clean my house for me yet

    I'd better drag my butt off this chair and do it I suppose...

    Bye for now lovelys xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    I'm very disappointed that no one has been to clean my house for me yet

    I'd better drag my butt off this chair and do it I suppose...

    Bye for now lovelys xx
    Yeah... I'm waiting on house cleaner to show up...surely someone wants to clean my house...

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    how high is the risk of Listeria from Cream cheese?

    I bout a 2kg block about 2 months ago, I opened it about a month ago and used like 750g It's in date for another month or 2 and has been wrapped in the original packaging since opening.

    It's still firm and no real liquid visible.


    I have 6 bananas and have been asked to make Banana cake.. think I can risk icing it with the Cream cheese?


 

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