An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby Andreys_Does_Simples » Thu Sep 18, 2008 8:11 pm

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@ ADS: Slimer,well he was very touchy feely.. A right perv if you ask me!
And i would probaly ask god if all tht stuff written in the bible was actually true!!


What a c***. I'll never look at Slimer in the same way.

And no it's not true.
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby TheLittleMozart » Thu Sep 18, 2008 8:23 pm

SE13 wrote:Parents are obviously a lot less strict than in my day! I doubt I'd be allowed to sleep in the same bed as my wife even now if I stopped at their house, despite four (nearly five) children, and being married for donkeys years!

Fair play if you can get away with it though!

Here's a question I asked SL in her slot (pardon the pun).... If you had the choice of Scotland being merged into England and becoming a united Country under the name of England, or Arsenal winning The European Cup, which would you choose and why.....


To be fair,Im not allowed to stay at her gaff and on the rare occasion when I am allowed to stay I sleep in the 'spare beedroom'. When in actual fact I just mess about the covers to look like ive slept there and kip in with geraldine ;)

Quite obviously arsenal winning the european cup. I like the fact that were our own country and the international football rivalry that comes with it. Plus,Im doing you lot a favour becuase I think we both know that if rangers came down south then we would easily win the premiership withing our first few seasons ;)
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby gzagee » Thu Sep 18, 2008 9:25 pm

I read 1986 in school. Loved it too. Looking to buy it soon.
Big Brother and all that, if memory serves me correctly. Gotta buy that book.
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby absolutely_fabregas » Thu Sep 18, 2008 10:50 pm

where were you when faddy scored "that" goal?
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby Libertine » Fri Sep 19, 2008 7:22 am

gzagee wrote:I read 1986 in school. Loved it too. Looking to buy it soon.
Big Brother and all that, if memory serves me correctly. Gotta buy that book.



It's title is 1984

You must be confusing it with the year you read it at school. ;)
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby Libertine » Fri Sep 19, 2008 7:26 am

L'il Mo:
You've had a tickle on the lottery and you're taking Geraldine out for dinner.

Which type of restaurant do you go to and what do you order?
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby gzagee » Fri Sep 19, 2008 8:20 am

Libertine wrote:
gzagee wrote:I read 1986 in school. Loved it too. Looking to buy it soon.
Big Brother and all that, if memory serves me correctly. Gotta buy that book.



It's title is 1984

You must be confusing it with the year you read it at school. ;)


I just popped in to waterstones and asked for 1986. The guy looked at me and said "surely you mean 1984, sir?"....

The words: " Rodney! You taarrt!" comes to mind. :doh:

Anyways, they don't have it. Popular school reading text. Which surprises me. Thought they'd be reading Harry Potter and Lord OF the Rings nowadays. :rolleyes:
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby Libertine » Fri Sep 19, 2008 8:25 am

gzagee wrote:
Libertine wrote:
It's title is 1984

You must be confusing it with the year you read it at school. ;)


I just popped in to waterstones and asked for 1986. The guy looked at me and said "surely you mean 1984, sir?"....

The words: " Rodney! You taarrt!" comes to mind. :doh:


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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby drama » Fri Sep 19, 2008 10:26 am

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Trina wrote:Nice interview :)

What's your most embarrassing moment? :P


Funny you mention that becuase that moment was probably last night...
I know to be quite the sleepwalker but last nights episode was by far the worse...

So me and geraldine were happily sleeping in my bed when out of nowhere I decided to jump up outta my bed like a bat out of hell and launched myself onto my cabinet and started jumping back and forward between this and my bed.
Geraldine(bless her) started screaming at the top of her voice waking up the full house in the process. My mum and dad come running in shouting 'did he hit you' :dizzy: whilts Im still in a state of total madness in my sleep. But I take a wrong step and slip between my cabinet and bed and batter my shin and forearm off my bed in the process nearly breaking them and my dad grabbs me,slaps my on the face to wake me up for me to be sitting on my bed with my 'rents,sister and her bf and geraldine all looking at me and my room in a total state and me not having a cluie whats just happend until I was told!!


this is hilarious... :rofll:
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby TheLittleMozart » Fri Sep 19, 2008 5:20 pm

absolutely_fabregas wrote:where were you when faddy scored "that" goal?


In a local pub,which was actually crammed full on sctoaldn fans and the only way to descirbe it when that ball hit the back on the net was simply pandemonium! Gives me goosebumps just thinking about it :biggrin:


@ Libertine: I'd take her to kfc. Buy a family bucket with extra frys and tell her to batter in...
But in the real world I would probably take her up to some resturaunt in Aston Lane in glasgow. Its a nice area full of cool resturaunts and bars.
Ive always fancied lobester so I would order that,but only if I got to rip it apart myself! ;)
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby Gooner Girl » Sun Sep 21, 2008 1:49 pm

I know you said you're not a book reader but have you read 'Fever Pitch'?! And if not why not?!
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby TheLittleMozart » Mon Sep 22, 2008 5:32 pm

Gooner Girl wrote:I know you said you're not a book reader but have you read 'Fever Pitch'?! And if not why not?!


Can't say that I've even heard of it to be honest! Although,isn't there a film out about it and its about football hoolagnism?
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby Gooner Girl » Mon Sep 22, 2008 5:41 pm

Yes - there is a film of the book, no its not about footy hooliganism and i have been recomending said film to Ab Fab in general chit chat. Am sure the older members of the forum will back me up here - EVERY Arsenal fan should see the film or read the book (or both...)
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby mikey_gooner » Mon Sep 22, 2008 5:46 pm

have read and seen the film and agree with you GG its worth watching and reading actually .
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Re: An Interview With...... TheLittleMozart

Postby Libertine » Tue Sep 23, 2008 10:36 am

The book is good, the film is f***ing dreadful!
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