Friday, 9 May 2008
Well, after you harassed me in your multitudes - Oh, OK, so it was just CyberPetra - I bring you the DVDs of IDV!
I hope you can make them out OK? You'll probably have to click to embigulate (I pinched that word from either The Simpson's or Spike).
There're not a lot there - Well, I don't think there're a lot. Inexcuseable and one of my oldest Hags have whole bookshelves (or DVDshelves) full of them, so compared to their collections, this is but a drop in the ocean. I only tend to buy films if they're really, really good and have loads of killings. No, really, only if I know I will watch them again and again (step forward Parenthood). Otherwise, I borrow from Inexcuseable, or wait until they're shown on television, in which case, I'll usually record them, forget what's on the tape and record over it (more often than not with Desperate Housewives or Heroes).
Before I bring this brief post to an end, I have a couple of people who I'd like to confront (the first person in more ways than one):
Tim - Who said "I'm trying to see what shitty DVDs you've bought…" - Well, Tim, according to Facebook's Movie Compatibility Report, our score is 68 (Best friends). That's a higher compatibility rating than any of my other friends, and higher than the six of yours who are displayed in your Movies application. So, who's got a shitty DVD collection?
Piggy & Tazzy - Who said "We can tell you that his DVD collection consists of everything camp you can imagine.
"Brokeback, Priscilla, Tom and Jerry, Jane Fonda's Workout... you get the drift.
"Astonishing and shameful." - As for you two, I might have Brokeback Mountain and Priscilla: Queen of the Desert amongst my collection, but I don't have Tom & Jerry or Jane Fonda's Workout. I do have The Pink Panther boxset, though, and I do covet Inexcuseable's Pump It Up - The Ultimate Dance Workout, but that's only for Juan Pablo Di Pace who 'starred' in it...
Drat! Now I've made myself appear even more camp.