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While it’s still to be officially confirmed, it seems a lot of places are reporting that Tom Hardy has been cast to take over as James Bond. So if true, what hilarious voice will Bond have going forward

https://www.express.co.uk/entertainment/films/1337457/Tom-Hardy-new-James-Bond-Daniel-Craig-No-Time-To-Die-Christopher-Nolan-next-James-Bond

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This thread has been ruined for me by most people not understanding it. 

What was/is something you love but have had it completely or mildly ruined by someone? Be it a song, book, place, food, film or whatever; has someone ever said or done something which, as innocuo

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A couple more music ones for me.

'Perfect' by Fairground Attraction - not a song I'd normally listen to much anyway, but on a family holiday with some family friends when I was about 13, one of their kids would sing "it's got to be-e-e-e-e-e-e-e, perfect", over and over again. Just that line. None of the rest of the song. Constantly. I get a Captain Darling-style twitch when I hear it even now. 'Build Me Up Buttercup' has the same effect, but only because I group the two songs together in my head.

Any of Lionel Richie's greatest hits - when I did my year 10 work experience in a local shop, this was the only CD the owner had. So he'd have it on in the shop, on repeat, all day, for two weeks. I must have heard all the hits 8 or 9 times a day, and I've not been able to hear them since.

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57 minutes ago, WyattSheepMask said:

While it’s still to be officially confirmed, it seems a lot of places are reporting that Tom Hardy has been cast to take over as James Bond. So if true, what hilarious voice will Bond have going forward

https://www.express.co.uk/entertainment/films/1337457/Tom-Hardy-new-James-Bond-Daniel-Craig-No-Time-To-Die-Christopher-Nolan-next-James-Bond

I thought he already did his Bond voice in Batman.

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2 hours ago, HarmonicGenerator said:

Any of Lionel Richie's greatest hits - when I did my year 10 work experience in a local shop, this was the only CD the owner had. So he'd have it on in the shop, on repeat, all day, for two weeks. I must have heard all the hits 8 or 9 times a day, and I've not been able to hear them since.

Oh god, I'd have been driven mad long before the fortnight was up. How many times had you heard each song before you were hearing him everywhere you went?

Was it once? Twice? Three times, maybe?

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A mate of mine had a favourite shirt. It was one he wore on big nights out. A short sleeved affair that was purple and white checks. He had social anxiety and the shirt was like a comfort blanket to him, it gave him confidence. 
He is a man of routine and has to stick to it or it affects him massively. Part of his routine was on a Sunday, he’d do the ironing whilst watching Match Of The Day that he’d taped the night before. 
After the opening match, they returned to the studio for the analysis. He described it to me as the feeling you get when you receive the news that a loved one has died when he noticed the shirt that Mark Lawrenson was sporting. Those warm and comforting purple plaid fabrics had been snatched from his bosom and cast asunder as the world worst pundit spoke his profane views. 
After two weeks or so he could take no more, he bid goodbye to his friend that Sunday, holding back the tears as the iron that had been deliberately left motionless scorched and burned a hole in the chest pocket, rendering the garment unwearable, before he silently buried it in the garden. 
He became more and more reclusive since then. He currently lives in a sheltered housing community, alone, with not much contact or interaction with anyone. He patiently waits for the sweet release of death. 

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14 hours ago, RIDDUM_N_STYLE said:

'Sweet Caroline' with every fucker doing the 'So good, so good' bit in the chorus anytime it gets played in a pub or at a party, can't ever listen to that song at home without expecting to hear it

Darts player Daryl Gurney comes out to this and I have to mute the tv because I can’t stand the song or the crowd and all the cringe he does on the stage. Once round a mates house watching the darts, one of my mates stood up and started singing along unironically, doing the ‘so good’ bit as well. But then again, he also stands up when the national anthem comes on during England games, so I don’t have any respect for him anymore. 

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10 hours ago, Ralphy said:

Most of home alone was filmed in a old school on sets built inside it, that made me sad

 

You won’t believe where they filmed Star Trek and Marvel films. I won’t spoil your day by telling you

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Fight Club. I still think it's a brilliant layered film that takes down toxic masculinity and greed, but the amount of guys who I've seen miss the point completely and see Tyler Durden as some sort of folk hero drives me right up the wall. 

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