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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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It’s always the third Google search when you Google someone!

Jeff Bezos
Jeff Bezos net worth
Jeff Bezos feet
 

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Feet are disgusting.
they really are. i thought the dumb and dumber sequel had a few great jokes, one of them is when rob riggle is having sex and she sticks her foot in his mouth and he's like 'yeah... that's... hot?' but you can see his revulsion.
 

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That thing belongs in Carole fucking Baskin's "rescue."
I'm thinking of filling out and submitting (it must be notarized first) my "Advanced Health Directive" to my doctor's office.

It is a pretty morbid document, and leads to many scary thoughts.

However, if I do complete it, in the last section, "Other comments", I fully intend to write:
"Avatar is the worst fucking movie ever."

My final words, may they not be in vain!


I tried watching "Tiger King", but only got 3/4 of the way through E1...it's so weird, and I really do not want to see people mauled by big cats, if that happens. Just such an odd series, really unsettling to me. Better I stay away.
 

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Humm, I need to revisit The Nice Guys.
I really enjoyed The Nice Guys, and Gosling and Crowe were good together.

It would be great to see a sequel but, unfortunately, I don't think that it did well enough at the box office to warrant one.
 

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I really enjoyed The Nice Guys, and Gosling and Crowe were good together.

It would be great to see a sequel but, unfortunately, I don't think that it did well enough at the box office to warrant one.
I enjoyed it, but don't remember thinking it was great. I definitely need to rewatch.
 

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Terminator 2 Judgement Day

What’s not to like. The CGI is not that dated the story is excellent both narratively and visually stunning.

Mid week escapism of the highest order
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Two journalist friends were drinking in The Bells Hotel in Woolloomooloo in years past. As the night progress they were throwing drinks down with professional abandon. One was telling the other about his foot fetish, as he espied a perfect pair of feet across the crowed pub in high heels.

When one went to get more booze and was refused by staff he became belligerent. In Y’s words “She keep slipping her feet in and out of the shoe provocatively and it was making me as horny as crazy. And when X got into an argument I thought why not.”

He took the opportunity to commando crawl through the crowd to where the woman was sitting and began to lick her feet. Well all hell broke loose in the pub. Needless to say they were both thrown out and bared from the establishment.
 

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I found myself watching Like A Boss last night. It was a pretty bad movie but Salma Hayek? Ooof!!!


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