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She was only sixteen, only sixteen and she was too young to know... [Oct. 16th, 2004|12:57 pm]
Miss Von Trapp
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I got into a 'fight' at college yesterday afternoon.

Me, fighting with a sixteen year old - picture it lol!!

See, the 'cakey-girls'(tm) - remember the ones who were in class last week giggling and awwwing over Anthony Perkins - asked the tutor if we could watch Pulp Fiction for their next essay study (I'm doing a scene from Natural Born Killers - much better)... So we spent the afternoon watching it. Most dull.

I could ramble on for hours about the 'wotsinthesuitcaseisitmarsellus'ssoul' stuff and 'hashehadhissoulsuckedoutisthatwhyhewearstheplaster' stuff as well - but I won't. It's boring as fuck and that film has become the biggest STUDENT CLICHE in the world. Yawn!

I digress...

Well, the 'cakeygirls' came loudly into class - uproarious and irritatingly giggly as usual. Told us all that if they were too giggly then we could tell them to SHUT THE FUCK UP.

So I did. Rather harshly in a comedy way. They didn't like my 'tone' lol!

Later on, in the film (which, as you remember, they had requested to watch), they were singing along to the non-diegetic music instead of listening to the dialogue... So I told them to listen to the dialogue rather than sing if they actually wanted to learn/study anything.

They didn't like that...

So later, they had a bitch back when I (in a music-only quiet moment) quietly commented on a couple of Kill Bill pre-film references to one of my 'anti-cakey-league' mates to the right of me...

And I'm thinking "Poor little sixteen year old uppity hormonal lass" as she's squeaking "lets discuss this like adults" at me...

And I'm also thinking...

"LIKE Adults, eh? - Oh one problem with that - I'm ACTUALLY an adult, and you're a poor little sixteen year old trying desperately to BE ONE..."

Bet she had no clue of my age;)

Hahahaha!

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'ARTISTS IMPRESSION'

Had a fantastic night at work last night - in charge of the shift, Jackie gave me some sandwiches as I had no food, and my boss gave me a HUGE STICKY DOUBLE CHOC MUFFIN!!

Yum!

Also drew this, which all the male managers kept wanting to look at lol!:



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JJB HAS A TRACKY PUT ASIDE FOR ME

Kthx shardzz!!

Fookin boss innit m8! Winnah!

http://www.cecimoz.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Chavs2.swf
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 05:27 am (UTC)
:0 you go tell them!

I'm sat here answering emails and drawing new tattoos. got loads of cool ones done, nothing remotely like what i've been requested for (a celtic cross incorporating a moon and star, "something to go somewhere on me" and twin pieces for top-of-neck/small-of-back)

hmm.

but one that i wouldnt mind getting done for myself....

that and a new piercing.... XD ow the pain in my wallet...

hey. i just realised. Piano is an anagram os "o, pain"!

i'll go eat now kthxbye
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 05:30 am (UTC)
Does that make my parents closet masochists then?

*grin*
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 05:56 am (UTC)
what your parents do in their closets is something i really dont want to imagine.

I feel better and more awake and less rambly now i've eaten. meep.
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 05:59 am (UTC)
Me either.

Yes, eating. I think I could do with some toast...

My parents are at a BARRY MANILOW FANCLUB LUNCH in Exeter today.

*fears the Maniloonies*
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 06:09 am (UTC)
*urk*
manilow... shivver.

Still, i caught my dad grabbing Burl Ives and Don Williams from WinMX when i was up there.

that wasnt the scary part, no

the scary part was, when i got back, I started downloading the same gruddamned tracks!

"I'm just a country boy... money have I none... but I've got silver.. in the stars... gold in the morning sun..."

In the words of Bill Hicks, I've reached that Goober moment, and I'm turning into my dad.
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 06:12 am (UTC)
So long as I only take on 'aspects' of either of my parents I'll be okay...

Seen this? Just added it to my post: http://www.cecimoz.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/Chavs2.swf
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 06:18 am (UTC)
*thump*

i just fell off me chair INNIT spesh since the BHUYY nex' ter me 'ees wearin' 'is BURRRRRRBERRRRIIEEEEEZZ terday
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 06:24 am (UTC)
CHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVVVVVVVV!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.chavscum.co.uk

Boss m8!!
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[User Picture]From: vashe
2004-10-16 05:53 am (UTC)
"It's boring as fuck and that film has become the biggest STUDENT CLICHE in the world. Yawn!"

You know they all have the poster on their walls without ever seeing the film!

I can so relate. My media classes were always "awwww can't we watch a little bit more?" mixed in with "where did you read that?" (well y'see, I actually watched the film as a student, rather than a passive viewer).

Also reminds me of an incident on the bus the other day. A group of about seven teenagers from the age of 13-20 were sitting at the back smoking. One of the gobby girls was saying "Does anyone mind?" on repeat. Finally a woman turned round and said "actually yes, I do mind. Could you stop smoking please?" A massive fight insued :) So irritating. xx
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 05:56 am (UTC)
Yup. My ex had the HUGE poster in his room in halls - but we actually saw it in the cinema the day it came out...

We didn't even get to the final scene - we ran out of time and the tutor switched it off - I HATE THAT WITH A VENGEANCE!!

(yes, I have to stay till even the credits have finished and the cinema is empty lol!)

Ahh, buses are such fun - and they shouldn't invite without being prepared for a negative response hehe...

*hugs*
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 06:26 am (UTC)
plo fiction is OK for what it was, i thought that Jackie brown was much better - the convergence of the (3? 4?) stories and the way that the denouement was filmed from all perspectives,

NBK i didnt really rate that much. If i want to watch a simple violence flick I'll watch Romper Stomper or Wild at Heart.
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 06:28 am (UTC)
I enjoyed NBK for its (slightly heavy-handed) comment on how the media deal with a 'situation' and sensationalise real life crime to the extent that you want to reach for the popcorn whilst sitting on your worn old couch in that trailer (ahem) - not just for the violence lol!!

Don't let me get Michael Moore on your ass...

*grin*
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 06:31 am (UTC)
hey there are times that even *I* get bored of just plain ol' violence.

for that i got Good Will Hunting and LA Story on DVD.
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 06:41 am (UTC)
For that I have The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast (Disney - not Cocteau lol!) and Spirited Away...

Otherwise - it's violence all the way...
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 06:53 am (UTC)
aaaargh.. Disney suxx0rz.

the only ONLY decent disney (non Pixar disney that is) is TRON
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 06:57 am (UTC)
Tron is awesome - had that out on video for my 8th birthday lol!

Oh, but you can't tell me that The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast aren't good movies - you are talking to a girl here, despite my behaviour sometimes, and both films made me cry.

Hunchback of Notre Dame was pretty damn good too!

You understand I'm appreciating them on an ANIMATION level here, dont'cha? The artists use of filmic technique and perspective etc - eg. the animal stampede, the ballroom scene and the view from the top of the belltower respectively...
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 06:59 am (UTC)
yeah but disney is based on a lie. I won't have it.
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[User Picture]From: vimster
2004-10-16 08:55 am (UTC)
Hey, even hardcore Baptist nutcases agree with you...

"I not only support the Disney boycott because of the homosexual and lesbian propensity of Disney, but for the apparent pro-arrogance, anti-Christian and even anti-family and anti-parental authority trend of Disney."

Blimey.
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 09:33 am (UTC)
noooo! i oppose disney for the other reasons...

disney is portrayed as this massive all loving family business.

but Walt:
had real race and religion problems
had problems with the unions (refused to allow union members to work for him)
fired women that became pregnant whilst working for him

all in all not that friendly really.

plus modern disney is a corporate monster whoring the money from modern parents. but that's another matter.
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[User Picture]From: vimster
2004-10-16 10:11 am (UTC)
Oh aye, I knew where you're coming from. All those animations like Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, et al just make me want to spew. Why can't the 'stoopid' characters get off with the girl? And yes, a shady corporate entity. Blimey, and it's Saturday too, what's all this. We should be kicking back, or other such useful cliches.
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 10:15 am (UTC)
kicking back? feh. I'm here answering emails like
"my fone blockd call me in 10 mins on XXXXXXXXX or i cancel contract"

wish i could be.
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[User Picture]From: vimster
2004-10-16 10:21 am (UTC)
Ah, well, generally-speaking I hope there's an opportunity to relax sometime today. No rest for the wicked, aparently.
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[User Picture]From: hawklord2112
2004-10-16 10:28 am (UTC)
yah - FFXI when i get home

:)
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 10:47 am (UTC)
I'm clearly not wicked - I went for a lie down to listen to Nick Cave, read a book and snuggle the cat - fell asleep and just woke up...

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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 10:46 am (UTC)
I don't care. I'm a stupid girly - it makes me cry.

I love it:P
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[User Picture]From: poggs
2004-10-16 08:23 am (UTC)
The, uh, snoopy detracts from the general... picture. But woah, its good!
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 10:45 am (UTC)
Cheers!:)
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[User Picture]From: vimster
2004-10-16 08:47 am (UTC)
Oh yes, I've seen that Chav thing, it's really funny. Even my twin liked it. He like the first one more though (the one linked from the end) - In Me Burberry. "I walk through town like I'm the man, with a minger on me arm with an orange tan" etc.

Enjoy your weekend.
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 10:45 am (UTC)
I'm staying in - watch a movie or two...

DISNEY??? Why oh why did that have to kick off like that? I'm just a stupid girly who cries at stupid soppy moments in cartoons...

WAAAAAAA!!!
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[User Picture]From: ming_the_twat
2004-10-16 09:55 am (UTC)
MUFFINS!!!!
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 10:46 am (UTC)
CHOCOLATE SAUCE!!!!!!!
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[User Picture]From: missbumpkin
2004-10-16 11:29 am (UTC)
Glad you put the little buggers in their place my dear ;p
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-16 11:59 am (UTC)
Not sure that I did - mouthy little cows these...

Honestly, when I was their age...

*mutter mutter*
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[User Picture]From: shepardshadows
2004-10-18 05:01 am (UTC)
From what I can remember, most 16 year old girls suffer from a chronic case of emotional retardation. Then again, 16 year old boys aren't much better; They just suffer from chronic retardation ;p.
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[User Picture]From: missvontrapp
2004-10-18 05:20 am (UTC)
They still do past thirty lol!!

*ducks and runs*
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