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Posted: 19 November 2009 at 17:24 | IP Logged Quote BeechBabe302

Cor Blimey!

Is it just me who really can't stand these types of shows?  What happened to good old drama on the telly - and I'm not counting Collision as one of thoseas in my opinion that was a load of tat as well, could have done it all in two episodes, no need to drag it out to five!



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Posted: 01 December 2009 at 07:54 | IP Logged Quote Jenny

Never watch em... people talk about them and then look at me like I'm an alien when I've no idea what they're on about.

Cheap programming at the expense of quality



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Posted: 02 December 2009 at 08:34 | IP Logged Quote BeechBabe302

Yeah! Funny you should say that, exactly what some of my friends do. Definately a case of dumbing down methinks, anyway I've never even heard of some of the people on 'i'm a Celebrity'.

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It was Christmastime when my two new sisters, aged 6 and 3, arrived from Colombia. They came with a great flourish of celebration, as friends and relatives visited us bearing gifts to welcome them. That evening our guests went home and we were left to ourselves. My sisters and I went to the bedroom we were to share; as we crawledsintosour beds, our parents came to each of us, tucking us in and saying goodnight.ˇ°Te amo,ˇ±they whispered to my new sisters in Spanish,ˇ°I love you.ˇ±     
 

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