Just beat my HM PB by 9 minutes :D
Devoted2Distance wrote (see)
Reminds me of someone who asked for my number in the gym the other night lol, the less said about that the better I think...
I went to see Avatar on the bribe of nachos from the bf, really didn't want to see it but was pleasantly surprised.
It is 2hrs 40 not 'over 3 hours' as D2D stated, no wonder she gets her timings wrong on running!
cougie wrote (see)
JEEZ that Avatar review was nuts. I'd kind of think that counting the swear words would distract from enjoying the film ? I dont remember it being a gorefest at all ? I liked it - its a fantastic planet he's created and you do lose yourself in it. Me and my 10 year old loved it anyway.
To be fair, the film may be 2:40, but with 25 mins of ads and previews before it's a 3hr+ programme. But you can take off 10min for the credits unless you really want to see them all.
As far as I'm aware my local Odeon doesn't restrict the 241 to 2D films. I think they're just gratful to bums on seats.
When I went to see it we didn't get any ads or trailers, just went straight into it. Result!
'No go on, tell us.'
blimey this thread has 'evolved'.
I thought this review amusing.
This is a surreal surreal thread.
Avatar is amazing.
My contribution as of far.
Talking of surreal...
Well if you don't I might just have to make it up.
" I'd only been running on the treadie for 17 miles ( the machine said it was 12 but it was wrong, I can sense these things) when I noticed this guy kept looking at me. I wasn't at all sweaty and my hair was still perfect so I don't know what he was staring at. he'd been hanging around near the treadmill all the time I had been on it, I don't know if anyone can tell me if this is normal gym behaviour. anyway the treadie started to come to the end of my pre-set prog but I just had this really deep feeling that i could run forever so I punched in another 4 hours at 5.5 min miling and I saw this guy, the one that had been lurking do this really sexy thing with his eyes. Some less astute people might have thought he was rolling them. He did look a little tense so I was glad I had my as yet unpublished poetry manuscript tucked down my shorts and in a moment of sheer inspiration I pulled it out and started to recite them as I ran, and I read them in time to the light yet powerful sound of my very beautiful running shoes on the treadmill belt. I was moved to notice this young man joined in the sensual rhythm by beating his head on the wall . I felt we had truly connected"
Have I got it right D2D
I thought this thread was better yesterday lunchtime. More talk about bikes and tits anyone?
Biziliz.are you are writer....
but was it the same guy at the swimming pool that tried to chat d2d up one of the others along the way........like the doctor who thought she was a model...............
The slightly unhinged right wing fundamentalist Christian film review was entertaining enough, but bizliz's story has given me a good chuckle!
Biziliz - Bravo!
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