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Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 7:31pm

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And watch this movie me and my brother made because we love mullets, wailing giutar solos and the 80's. http://homepage.mac.com/cynthiahaughery/iMovieTheater67.html Post what you like about the 80's here.







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Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 7:34pm

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By the way sidewinder I used this music before I saw the Pharmicide Special Feature. I was pleasenlty suprised when I heard it on you dvd.









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Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 8:31pm

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Go 80's!
Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 8:36pm

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After I saw the movie "along came Polly" I have liked the 50's but I'm a huge fan of the 60's 70's 80's 90's and 20's!!! cool
Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 8:49pm

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What does Along Came Polly have to do with the 50's?
Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 8:52pm

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If you have seen it the you'll know wink
Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 8:56pm

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I've seen it and I've no idea what your talking about.
Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 9:11pm

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When his in bed with Polly... and he wants it to last longer, so he's counting in he's head, but he only got to fifty and then he yell "FIFTY"
Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 10:50pm

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I think I have a little bit of 80's on my head wink
Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 11:30pm

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Rating: +4

I think you look just like that painter...Bob Ross.





Great Uncle?...could be.

Canta unsure
Posted: Sat, 4th Sep 2004, 11:43pm

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haha nice canta razz
Posted: Sun, 5th Sep 2004, 4:06am

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Three of the world's awesomest things came from the eighties.

3)Mullets
2)Parachute Pants






1) Me.

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Posted: Sun, 5th Sep 2004, 4:27am

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Ok, add me to the list. wink '89 baby. Well, I disagree with mullets. I hate mullets. When you see something like this you know it's a bad invention: Plus, mullets=rednecks, usually, and I hate rednecks. Agghh, I really hate mullets more than I ever thought I did after seeing that picture.
Posted: Sun, 5th Sep 2004, 4:29am

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Yeah, mullets are gross, greasy, and retarded. But that's what makes them totally awesome.
Posted: Sun, 5th Sep 2004, 4:32am

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Yes, mullets, bringing more and more idiots into America.

But Marek, if that were true, wouldn't that make George Bush awesome? (Just kidding, I don't know or care about polotics, I just don't like war neutral)
Posted: Sun, 5th Sep 2004, 4:45am

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Hehehe,

"The litteracy rate of our children are appauling"
Posted: Mon, 6th Sep 2004, 12:55am

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80s rock. loved it then and still love them now, best decade EVER
Posted: Mon, 6th Sep 2004, 2:46am

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Boy, I can remember the good ald times I used to have...mmmm! cool
Posted: Mon, 6th Sep 2004, 10:13am

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somehow I love the 80's too.... some nostalgic feelings come up... shit how did we live back then? and these incredible awesome movies from the eighties!! I remember when life was still good biggrin
Posted: Tue, 7th Sep 2004, 4:59am

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i hate mullets.......and rednecks
Posted: Tue, 7th Sep 2004, 5:43am

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I like the 80s......now what?
Posted: Wed, 8th Sep 2004, 2:05am

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Marek pretty much hit it right there with the discription of mullets.
Posted: Wed, 8th Sep 2004, 2:08am

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80s rock! In the words of Mecha, "The 80's. 1980-1990. RIP." Lon glive the 80s!!!!!!! I had a blast as a toddler! Rock on!
Posted: Wed, 8th Sep 2004, 3:34pm

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Hate mullets, love the 80's. The music was cool back then. New Orders album 'Technique' rounded off the decade perfectly !!
Posted: Wed, 8th Sep 2004, 5:41pm

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Dude, "In the words of Mecha"? Why don't I get any credit?
Posted: Wed, 8th Sep 2004, 6:23pm

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Mullets = style

You know it's the truth.
Posted: Wed, 8th Sep 2004, 8:05pm

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I'd be careful if I were you, Marek - the Incumbent President is clearly a delicate little flower and even the slightest knock will summon ravening hordes to his defence, although you seem to hav4 got away with it.

The Eighties were horrific - we had Thattcher, whose brutal legacy lingers to this day.
Posted: Wed, 8th Sep 2004, 10:34pm

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stqagehanduk wrote:

The Eighties were horrific - we had Thattcher, whose brutal legacy lingers to this day.
We also had Miami Vice. In itself was a great programme, but it had a lot to answer for when it came to fashion. For me, being a teenager during the eighties meant wearing lightweight, cut to the waist, suits with the sleeves rolled up, T-Shirts underneath and slip on shoes to discos, friends parties, BBQ's.... well everywhere really.

Yes, I do have a picture from 16/17 years ago. I'll put it up as soon as my server is back up.
Posted: Wed, 8th Sep 2004, 10:44pm

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By the way, how do you get pictures to come up in your posts? I don't mean signatures, I mean actually in your post.
Posted: Wed, 8th Sep 2004, 11:38pm

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Television was appalling. Glen A. Larson is truly the scion of the devil.
Posted: Thu, 9th Sep 2004, 12:10am

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[img]urlofimage[/img] Tadah, that's how you put pics in a post.
Posted: Thu, 9th Sep 2004, 9:48am

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Serpent wrote:

[img]urlofimage[/img] Tadah, that's how you put pics in a post.
What, like this?



This was taken about 17/18 years ago. hehe.

Oh, I forgot to mention. Ear rings were also a must in the eighties. Two in the left ear, one in the right. Usually a cross and something like a sharks tooth, etc, etc. biggrin

This is me now (taken in July at my wedding):-



20 years, and I seem to have gone from trying to dress like Crockett, to accidently dressing like Tubbs eek
Posted: Thu, 9th Sep 2004, 8:33pm

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No, you did it wrong. smile