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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Hill View Post
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    I don't think m I'd enjoy being a cricketer tbh. Especially not a batsman. The stress of preparing to go out to bat and knowing one small mistake means you don't get another chance for days must be way too high. Probably wouldn't handle it well.

    Being a commentator on the other hand, would be pretty great. I'd love traveling the world, spouting whatever crap came to mind knowing that usually no one is going to call me out on it on air. Then I'd go home, and go on CW to read how awful I was.

    So basically doing commentary is exactly what we do now on CW but you get to attend games too. What's not to love?
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    Top 5 horror movies, yes please
    Well any genre maybe all of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverratedSanity View Post
    I don't think m I'd enjoy being a cricketer tbh. Especially not a batsman. The stress of preparing to go out to bat and knowing one small mistake means you don't get another chance for days must be way too high. Probably wouldn't handle it well.

    Being a commentator on the other hand, would be pretty great. I'd love traveling the world, spouting whatever crap came to mind knowing that usually no one is going to call me out on it on air. Then I'd go home, and go on CW to read how awful I was.

    So basically doing commentary is exactly what we do now on CW but you get to attend games too. What's not to love?

    You can also be a crapinfo "reporter"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarlett View Post
    Top 5 horror movies, yes please
    IMO:

    Psycho
    Silence of the Lambs
    Lake Mungo
    The Omen
    The Exorcist


    Horror-comedy:
    Tucker & Dale vs Evil
    Deathgasm
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    Evil Dead II
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    I watched this ****ing movie called Insidious a couple of years back. I'm not a real lover of horror movies because they scare the bejesus out of me, but this **** was next level.
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    They used to make horror parodies that took the horror out of those actual horror movies but not anymore.

    Mine:

    The Exorcism of Emily Rose
    Conjuring
    Paranormal Activity
    Insidious
    Saw
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    Ashwin is like one of those paintings whose eye always follows you around the room. He'd be hell in a court room. The judge and the witness would always think he's lookong at both of them at the same time.
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    You are basically saying he would have made an amazing lawyer. :)
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    Ah yes, the Conjuring was another one I saw with the kids a few years ago. Utterly inappropriate for them at that age (12 or 13) but fmd they said they wanted to watch it again, having seen it at a friend's birthday party. Really not a blood and guts fan tbh, though I don't mind films which sort of hint at horror but don't go totally blood and guts. Silence of the Lambs a good example of the latter, I suppose, though tbh when I first saw it I didn't think of it so much as a horror film as a suspense/ drama movie. The fact it had Hopkins and Foster at their best helped.
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    REC
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    Rosemary's Baby
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    I absolutely loved Silence of the Lambs and The Omen (the original). Very rare coz I really do not enjoy out and out horror or slash movies.

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