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Did I really see a bunch of talentless bints
covering Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" on TV
just before I went out last night, or was it an
alcohol induced nightmare!? ...




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That'll be the 'public access TV' the public have demanded for so long then :rolleyes: . But you're right, I don't want a load of talentless tossers I've never heard of invading my living room either! :lol:
 
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BTW, you were pished before you went out last night? :eek: :rolleyes: :lol:
 
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BTW, you were pished before you went out last night? :eek: :rolleyes: :lol:
What's your point?

:lol: :lol: :lol:

[Excuse]A drink here in now 8 Euros and I went out at 10pm[/Excuse]

Edit: it was a video on Chart Show TV.

Google says it's those ****s from Girl Aloud. :vomit:
 

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Google says it's those ****s from Girl Aloud. :vomit:

I too have seen this monstrosity.

Nadine's legs atone for many sins but this is beyond the pale.:rant:

If you listen carefully you can hear Jam Master Jay turning over in his grave.
 

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It's Girls Aloud & The Sugababes, this years Comic Relief single, but that still doesn't excuse it.
Chris Moyles on Radio 1 suggested you should be able to buy 3 minutes of silence, if you want to give to charity, but don't to listen to it.
 
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Sub Rant:

I hate Comic Relief!

Just an excuse to churn out
total **** "for char-id-ee, mate."

And for people to run around, play dress-up
and expect you to put money in their bucket
'cause they're feeling guilty about their lack
of charitable donations in the intervening year(s).



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If it raises £20M, it's worth peeing you off Nev! :lol:
 
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If it raises £20M, it's worth peeing you off Nev! :lol:
I take your point, but charitable contributions by
the general public probably well surpass that figure
(I think the UK public give around €8 billion a year.)
and we don't have to put up with talentless has-beens
trying to claw a few extra minutes of fame to boot.

It's the "Look at me!" part I don't like.

Good article here: (More to do with Children in Need)
http://money.guardian.co.uk/charitablegiving/story/0,,1946560,00.html
 
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