What's for Breakfast, Club.

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It's raining here in Arizona. I'm wearing a hooded sweatshirt. I just grabbed the strings and did the Emillio Estevez..left..right..left..............right.left. thing know what I'm talking about?
 

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dekoi
No.


I don't know.
 
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dekoi said:
No.


I don't know.

Neither does he it seems. (Okay it's some reference to the movie "The Breakfast Club" but I don't quite get it).

I don't usually eat breakfast, just pour some coffee in me and I'm good to go. Though, today I had a NutriGrain bar because I knew I'd be working hard until lunchtime. Boy was I hungry when lunchtime came around...but this thread is about breakfast, right...I think? :confused:
 
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judging by where the "," is i would say this is about breakfast
 
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I get it !!! I get it!!

I've seen that movie twice, one of those things my mom thought it would be good for me to see before going to high school.
 
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franznietzsche said:
I get it !!! I get it!!

I've seen that movie twice, one of those things my mom thought it would be good for me to see before going to high school.

Gee, thanks for making me feel old. :grumpy: I wasn't made to see the movie, I had to fight with my parents to let me see it when it came out!
 
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hehe Moonbear, that funnay.

Why would you ahve to fight to be able to see it? I don't remeber there being anything objectionable...
 
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franznietzsche said:
hehe Moonbear, that funnay.

Why would you ahve to fight to be able to see it? I don't remeber there being anything objectionable...

Well, that's the difference in our generations. There wasn't anything I'd consider objectionable, but my parents did. But, even they didn't think it was that bad, just they didn't really know when it first came out so were cautious about letting me see it...I'm trying to remember how old I was when it came out...it was probably borderline that I was old enough to watch it.
 
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I can just imagine your parents...

"What?!?! Boys and girls in the same room with no chaperons!!! HEck no!! No daughter of mine will be seeing that trash..."


Sorry, i thought it was kinda funny. Old fashioned sensabilities seem silly now, though i guess at the time,being part of culture, they probably didn't seem that way.
 
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Never seen it, never had any interest. I didn't like any of the actors in it. The plot sounded stupid. Was it interesting? :confused:
 
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Evo said:
Never seen it, never had any interest. I didn't like any of the actors in it. The plot sounded stupid. Was it interesting? :confused:

Not really. It was a fun movie for a teenager to watch, but nothing that would really hold the interest of an adult.
 
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Moonbear said:
Not really. It was a fun movie for a teenager to watch, but nothing that would really hold the interest of an adult.


thats about right. As a 13 year old i laughed a few times, but i doubt i'll ever watch it again.
 
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Heh, I have a friend that thinks its the best movie ever, she had a Breakfast Club t-shirt too.
 
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Moonbear said:
Not really. It was a fun movie for a teenager to watch, but nothing that would really hold the interest of an adult.
That explains it...I was TOO OLD. You youngster!!!! :biggrin:
 

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