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    I adore her so much!

    Elizabeth Bennet is a pretty good second, but she can't compete with Anne for me.

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    Sarah in labyrinth.

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    The thing I lov,e is how good the movies are. They are as good as the books think and Megan Follows was the perfect Anne etc. I wasn't fussed about "Anne, the continuing story' though - what did you think?

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    I adore her so much!

    Elizabeth Bennet is a pretty good second, but she can't compete with Anne for me.

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    That was an ABOMINATION.

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    Haha, I know, I don't understand why - it was done by the same people!!

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    That was an ABOMINATION.

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    Link from the legend of zelda.

    I used to play so much Zelda games that I'd just pretend to be in one all the time. Like pretend that my building was a dungeon, and going to the shops was going on a quest, that the park/bush behind my home was Hyrule field... All while constantly listening to the soundtracks on my iPod of course!
    ...This wasn't even when I was little, I used to do this throughout my early 20s!

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    I can't keep up, so many great characters have been mentioned!

    Beebs, those songs always conjure up good memories for me. I was heavily pregnant with DD1 and saw The Psychedelic Furs in concert and was beside myself when they sang 'Love my Way' one of my favourite songs, but who am I kidding, I love so many 80's movies soundtracks, Valley Girl, Less than Zero, The Lost Boys and of course all the soundtracks from John Hughes.

    Sorry to de-rail Oozle!

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    No need to be sorry I love all of what you've mentioned too.

    Ooh love Labyrinth! Love Anne of Green Gables too, been years since I have watched them though!

    Not it too familiar with Zelda, but my SIL is a diehard fan of those games!

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    Did u zelda girls end up seeing my tattoo??

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    Beatrix in Kill Bill.

    "I am gonna Kill. Bill".

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