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Tell me a story! Don't toy with me... ;) ( *groan!*) [Jan. 14th, 2008|11:24 am]
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Can you write a story or play/screenplay in six words? ;) For example:

LEIA: The baby is yours. LUKE: Bad news. . .

"Writer ignores editor's word limit and."

"He read his obituary with confusion."

Give me your best shot! ;) Oh, and no limit. Submit as many as you like. :)


And Emo Girls, the doll. Do emo girls wear pink?

From: ex_theglaiv
2008-01-15 01:25 pm (UTC)
Oh I'll hear not a bad word about the Princess Bride. I'm not a girlie girl, but I love that movie so much. And it was filmed here, I believe.
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[User Picture]From: sensibleken
2008-01-15 02:04 pm (UTC)
filmed in england and ireland i thought?
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From: ex_theglaiv
2008-01-15 10:52 pm (UTC)
What with all those eucalyptus trees? And I'm pretty sure the cliffs of insanity are on the coast of Victoria.

From what I remember of my 40-something-ish at least viewings, I think I start suspecting it was filmed here around about the time Vincini has Buttercup on the rocks at the iocane powder scene (which apparently comes from Australia and is peopled by criminals).

I know we didn't make the film, but I did think it was filmed here. Oh, well, just have to watch it again and read the credits again. Been a busy week, brain is failing.
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[User Picture]From: sensibleken
2008-01-16 12:12 am (UTC)
cliffs of insanity were actually the cliffs of moher in clare checked it out on wikipedia too

i remember when we watched it in school and the teacher made a big deal of it filmed in part i ireland, cause what the hell else did we have to brag about
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From: rosaliesbooks
2008-01-16 01:16 am (UTC)
Damn, I must be thinking of an entirely different movie altogether :) I must have watched it a billion times. I would LOVE to have watched it at school, but sadly all we got was documentaries about exploring Australia- it was hot and dry and loads of people died stupidly.

I happily stand corrected, but would like to add we do have some very nice bits which look like that.

As a question of interest, are the cliffs that tall or is there some enhancing? I'd love to think they are that tall.
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[User Picture]From: sensibleken
2008-01-16 11:56 am (UTC)
theyre about 800ft high i think. there really fantastic to see in person but theyre usually too crowded with tourists. theyre in a good few films, but the best tv appearance was in an irish sitcom called father ted about 3 priests living on a tiny island off the coast of ireland. they hid all the alsoholic priests drink in a cave half way up the cliffs because the bishop was coming and they needed to teach the priest some new words( the only thing he could say was 'drink,feck,arse,girls' they eventually taught him 'yes' and 'that would be an ecuminical matter'
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From: ex_theglaiv
2008-01-16 12:00 pm (UTC)
Oh Awesome. Ireland is top of my Places To Go List.

I've heard of Father Ted- it's been on over here, but I've never watched it. Your description sounds quite appealing and I should give it a look next time it rolls round :)

And really, what more NEEDS to be said than,"drink, feck, arse and girls". That pretty much covers it right?
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[User Picture]From: sensibleken
2008-01-16 12:17 pm (UTC)
i definetly think so. all four emotions a man cal feel in one sentence
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2008-01-16 04:22 pm (UTC)
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2008-01-15 08:18 pm (UTC)
I don't think it was an insult on Princess Bride.. just taking it to another level. hehe. ;) Starring Leslie Neilson no doubt.
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