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    Is it wrong to want this to be true?
    on: Aug 08, 2013, 02.44 pm
    Aug 08, 2013, 02.44 pm
    ...on an old 900  :164:

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    Re: Is it wrong to want this to be true?
    Reply #1 on: Aug 08, 2013, 02.58 pm
    Aug 08, 2013, 02.58 pm
    I had to google who he was!
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    Re: Is it wrong to want this to be true?
    Reply #2 on: Aug 08, 2013, 08.55 pm
    Aug 08, 2013, 08.55 pm
    After 7 F**cks in the first 3 seconds I shut it off.  The English language has so many wonderful creative adjectives it takes a limited mind and non-creative thinking just to spill filth for impact.  Not interested.
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    Re: Is it wrong to want this to be true?
    Reply #3 on: Aug 08, 2013, 09.05 pm
    Aug 08, 2013, 09.05 pm
    *Originally Posted by Aharbi [+]
    After 7 F**cks in the first 3 seconds I shut it off.  The English language has so many wonderful creative adjectives it takes a limited mind and non-creative thinking just to spill filth for impact.  Not interested.
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    Re: Is it wrong to want this to be true?
    Reply #4 on: Aug 08, 2013, 09.57 pm
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    I was once a judge at the Leicester comedy festival and was amazed how many up and coming so called comedians just swore to get people laughing very few told jokes.  I voted for the ones that told actual jokes.

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    Re: Is it wrong to want this to be true?
    Reply #5 on: Aug 09, 2013, 05.37 am
    Aug 09, 2013, 05.37 am
    At least I know who he is now, but I know him from Torchwood (Children of Earth), where he played a very different character to this sweary one.

    He might be good, I'm certainly grateful for the change from the current Doctor who killed my interest in the series. I'll give Malcolm Tucker a chance....

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    Re: Is it wrong to want this to be true?
    Reply #6 on: Aug 09, 2013, 09.21 am
    Aug 09, 2013, 09.21 am
    Aharbi, I do see your point. And whilst I could never try to say that I don't swear, I do. Either appropriately (like accidentally sticking a screwdriver into your leg), or in situations where I know others aren't offended by it.

    Whilst his character uses far too much profanity and is even too much for me, that's why I find it funny - it's all about the absurdity and incongruity of it for the Dr who character.
    ...on an old 900  :164:

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