Good Natured Advice Thread (improving a business wardrobe)

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  1. MGoCrimson

    MGoCrimson Senior member

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    I just watched Frozen.

    DO YOU WANNA BUILD A SNOWMAN?!
     
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  3. The Noodles

    The Noodles Skid Fu

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    U have some balls to admit to that. But I want to see it too!

    I liked Robin Williams in Good Will Hunting. He will be missed
     
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    Try Brave. No singing! is a relief. Lots of adultish humour. Female heroine. And kids will love it.
     
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    Watch both. Watch all of them. True adults embrace their inner youthfulness.

    says the poster with the land before time avatar
     
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  7. MGoCrimson

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    I, as a mid-late 20s man, legitimately like this movie
     
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    Same here, and a lot. How To Train Your Dragon is another fav. Again, no singing featured. Maybe that's why, too, in part.

    PS: Not saying I don't enjoy the "musicals". I do. It's just they can grind on your nerves a bit after a while (LET IT GO) if repeated too often. Insofar you have my sympathy, Elio. :D
     
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    Let it go, indeed! And when we're in the car, we HAVE to play the soundtrack all the time... [​IMG]
     
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    Which, 9 times out of 10, is in fact, offensive.


    Noap.
     
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    My bad! Sorry if I offended anyone :(
     
  12. Claghorn

    Claghorn Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    No worries mate!
     
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    you say you're sorry !!!
     
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    Are you incapacitatedly posting?
    Because I don't get you and e.g. who you meant in your first "Say you're sorry" after my post. Maybe you add the @name? Could make things clearer. ;)
     
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    it was an "in" joke from the vid on korean history that was posted

    google "korean history channel" on youtube

    the guys keep asking japan to apologize for its past dinosaur war crimes on Korea
     

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