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  1. I invented vodka tea once. It was rank.
  2. Pizza is one of my favourite homemade meals. I did it yesterday in fact (sans stuffed crust I'm afraid). I also took photos, mostly of the baby for his Grandad's birthday card. Here was my attempt: And BabyMonkey enjoying his meal:
  3. I think he should remake I, Robot. Or perhaps just destroy all the copies.
  4. BossSaru


    I love chavs. Its brilliant the way they see me cycling through town, and shout something like "PRICK ON A BIKE!!!", which is followed by me stopping and going "Sorry, what did you just call me?" Silence, and a group of about half a dozen 16-18 year-olds suddenly scared that someone who they insulted doesn't have the victim mentality. As I cycle off the word "PRICK" is usually yelled again at me, for hardman effect. Brilliant.
  5. That bit in Titanic where the guy falls off the rear of the ship, and twats himself on the propellor. They should have added a 'splat' noise.
  6. Thick granary bread Tuna Mayonnaise Pesto Lettuce Bliss
  7. I used to work in a cinema, and as a result I used to read Empire, Total Film, et al. One thing that always amazed me was the way that journalists, trailers and everyone related to film promotion seems desperate to give away the finer points of the films they are talking about. I understand that to a certain extent that was their job, but lets be serious, some films should not be talked about pre-viewing. Example: Terminator 2. This film reversed the roles of the previous one in that Arnie played the protector rather than the assassin. Everybody knew this going into the film, but rewatch it assuming you dont know this. Every scene in the opening casts Arnie as ammoral, and does not amke any reference to the T1000s abilities. For the first 30 minutes or so, a viewrer could be forgiven for thinking that Arnie is out to kill John, and Robert Patrick's character is the new Kyle Reese. It is only in a split second ("Get down") that the film is turned 180 degrees and that the true motives are clear. This film would have been so much more awesome had I not known this detail from the start. I hope that when my son sees the film for the first time he does not know about this and he can experience such a great dramatic u-turn. So, what other films' twists were fantastically blunted by the media. These days Star Wars Ep V could be easily mentioned, but any others?
  8. Thorntons' Tiramisu flavour is aces.
  9. Make your own pizza. Sooooooooooo much nicer. 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup water 250g plain flour 1 tsp yeast 1 pinch of salt Tin of chopped tomatoes Garlic, sliced 1 Onion, sliced Cheese Mix the water and milk. Heat, and add the yeast. cover and leave in a warm place for 20 mins. Add to the flour and salt. Knead for 5 mins. Cover and leave for an hour. Knead again. Roll ultra thin into however many pizzas you want (I make 2 30cm-ish ones). Fry the garlic and the onion. When browning, add the tomatoes and turn down the heat, simmering for 20 mins until it thickens. Put thios on top of the pizzas. Add the cheese and any toppings. Cook at 200C until browned. Better than skag.
  10. Quick. Somebody tell Bush that Bin Laden is masturbating to Jackson's kiddie porn on a pile of WMDs at the Disney studios.
  11. Norman Wisdom is worse than the ewoks. The only time he has made me laugh was in 'This Morning with Richard Not Judy' was when they did their 'Norman Wisdon on speed' test. But then again thats not really finding him funny. There is only one king of the old-school black and white comedy:
  12. Sorry Cacophanus. Can we refer to it as ' Shino Hanayome' please?
  13. Keep em coming. Get some ones for other films going, and make it a sticky.
  14. If I see any more of these I may actually piss blood. Its worth it though.
  15. Fish finger sandwiches. Add cheese and tabasco. When eating cheap, simplicity is the mutt's nuts.
  16. Tom Cruise had dumped her for a hairy rank Spanish midget. She had her 'Aunt Flo' visiting. The Others was the best movie offer she had received for a long time. Take your pick.
  17. Porco Rosso is my No. 1, although nothing in the history of anything is as cool as this fella from Laputa: I have a keyring of him, which I got from the Ghibli museum in Tokyo. I can't find a picture on the net to show just how groovy it is, but it can only be bought from the museum, so I likes it, my precious.
  18. If its any indication, my wife loved Howl no otoko jiru (or whatever you want to call it) when I downloaded it for her. Apparently a very moving story, filled with classic Miyazaki touches, and from what I could see incredibly beautifully animated. I'm sure Porco Rosso is still better though.
  19. Moe is bestest. I'm better than dirt. Well, most kinds of dirt, not that fancy store-bought dirt... I can't compete with that stuff. Cop: Did you hold a grudge against Montgomery Burns? Moe: No. [buzz] Moe: All right, I did. But I didn't shoot him. [ding] Cop: Checks out. All right, sir. You're free to go. Moe: Good, 'cause I got a hot date tonight. [buzz] Moe: A date. [buzz] Moe: Dinner with friends. [buzz] Moe: Dinner alone. [buzz] Moe: Watching TV alone. [buzz] Moe: All right. I'm going to sit at home and ogle the ladies in the Victoria's Secret catalog. [buzz] Moe: Sears catalog. [ding] Moe: Now will you unhook me already? I don't deserve this shabby treatment. [buzz]
  20. My bad side: My good side: Mycool side:
  21. It looks lovely. But I'm doubtful as to wether it will ever take the place of Porco Rosso as my favourite Ghibli. And if you like Ghibli stuff, go to the museum in Mitaka, Tokyo. Truely incredible. The Pixar room with their little tributes to Miyazaki (ie a picture of the raining scene in Totoro with Sully and Mike from Monsters Inc, Sully with an umbrella, Mike with a leaf on his head) is so tastefully done, and shows how much Ghibli have inspired creativity in animaation in other countries. Ghibli are ace. End of.
  22. The Tap are on now. ITV. If you haven't seen it before, spend the next hour or so in comedy bliss. Then get the dvd, and see the extra hour of deleted scenes. Then buy Best in Show. So many quotes, so (reletively) little bandwidth. Saucy Jack.
  23. Hana Bi In The Mood For Love Naussicaa and The Valley of the Wind All of which are awesome.
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