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PostPosted: 26 Jan 2010, 23:08 
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As I was listening to the first notes from Jimi Hendrix's Foxy Lady, I automatically started picturing Garth in Wayne's World 2.

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As I was listening to the first notes from Jimi Hendrix's Foxy Lady, I automatically started picturing Garth in Wayne's World 2.

I do this too.

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alan smithee wrote:
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As I was listening to the first notes from Jimi Hendrix's Foxy Lady, I automatically started picturing Garth in Wayne's World 2.

I do this too.

I do too.

Now.

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As I was listening to the first notes from Jimi Hendrix's Foxy Lady, I automatically started picturing Garth in Wayne's World 2.

I do this too.

I do too.

Now.

Wasn't this in Wayne's World (1)?

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So obvious it's hardly worth mentioning, but everytime I hear Little Green Bag I automatically think of the opening of Reservoir Dogs.


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PostPosted: 27 Jan 2010, 08:28 
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So obvious it's hardly worth mentioning, but everytime I hear Little Green Bag I automatically think of the opening of Reservoir Dogs.

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So obvious it's hardly worth mentioning, but everytime I hear Little Green Bag I automatically think of the opening of Reservoir Dogs.

Stuck in the Middle With You.

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As I was listening to the first notes from Jimi Hendrix's Foxy Lady, I automatically started picturing Garth in Wayne's World 2.

I do this too.

I do too.

Now.

Wasn't this in Wayne's World (1)?

:green:

"I love you, Garth."

"I love you, Dreamwoman."

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As I was listening to the first notes from Jimi Hendrix's Foxy Lady, I automatically started picturing Garth in Wayne's World 2.

I do this too.

I do too.

Now.

Wasn't this in Wayne's World (1)?

:green:

This is Garth in the donut shop with the woman of his dreams and her hair is blowing and stuff and he does a dance, right? That's in WW1.

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Whenever I hear Heroes, I think of The Replacements.. sorry

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I daresay there’s an endless variety of these, aren’t there?



For instance --

Sam Cooke’s “Wonderful World” takes me to two places – a cafeteria at Faber College and a barn in Amish country.

Meanwhile, Louis Amrmstrong’s “What a Wonderful World” sends me to Vietnam with an obnoxious radio host.

Shonen Knife’s Carpenter remake “Top of the World” puts me in a London limo with an identical twin.

“It’s a Small World” will transport me to a cartoon African savannah.

“Part of Your World” is under the sea.

“A Whole New World” sends me tumbling soaring freewheeling on a magic carpet ride.

And finally…

Tears for Fears (my eighth favorite band whose name rhymes with itself) “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” summons an image of a house succumbed to Death by Popcorn.

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I daresay there’s an endless variety of these, aren’t there?



For instance --

Sam Cooke’s “Wonderful World” takes me to two places – a cafeteria at Faber College and a barn in Amish country.

Meanwhile, Louis Amrmstrong’s “What a Wonderful World” sends me to Vietnam with an obnoxious radio host.

Shonen Knife’s Carpenter remake “Top of the World” puts me in a London limo with an identical twin.

“It’s a Small World” will transport me to a cartoon African savannah.

“Part of Your World” is under the sea.

“A Whole New World” sends me tumbling soaring freewheeling on a magic carpet ride.

And finally…

Tears for Fears (my eighth favorite band whose name rhymes with itself) “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” summons an image of a house succumbed to Death by Popcorn.

How worldly of you.

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PostPosted: 27 Jan 2010, 13:12 
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Middle wrote:
Batman wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
snotball wrote:
As I was listening to the first notes from Jimi Hendrix's Foxy Lady, I automatically started picturing Garth in Wayne's World 2.

I do this too.

I do too.

Now.

Wasn't this in Wayne's World (1)?

Hey, two out of three words in the title isn't that bad. At least I got the scene right.

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PostPosted: 27 Jan 2010, 13:14 
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knarf wrote:
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So obvious it's hardly worth mentioning, but everytime I hear Little Green Bag I automatically think of the opening of Reservoir Dogs.

Stuck in the Middle With You.

:green:

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Steel Frog wrote:
Sam Cooke’s “Wonderful World” takes me to two places – a cafeteria at Faber College

:green:

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Tiny Dancer - Almost Famous
99 Red Balloons or Under Pressure - Grosse Point Blank
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I hear "Try a Little Tenderness"..I think Pretty in Pink!


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I hear "Try a Little Tenderness"..I think Pretty in Pink!


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Steel Frog wrote:
Tears for Fears (my eighth favorite band whose name rhymes with itself) “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” summons an image of a house succumbed to Death by Popcorn.

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Tears for Fears (my eighth favorite band whose name rhymes with itself) “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” summons an image of a house succumbed to Death by Popcorn.

:green:


LOL sorry got me thinking that one!

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(and its on my list this year to see again)

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Whenever I hear Heroes, I think of The Replacements.. sorry

I will Survive (any version but especially Cake's) always reminds me of The Replacements
Bonnie Tyler's I Need a Hero - Short Circuit I think 2
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The Pixies Where is my Mind - Fight Club

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Walking on Sunshine - High Fidelity.

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Tears for Fears (my eighth favorite band whose name rhymes with itself)

And the seven ahead of it are?

Name-wise, this duo is my favorite pairing:
Roland Jaime Orzabal de la Quintana and ... Curt Smith.

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Bonnie Tyler's I Need a Hero - Short Circuit I think 2

For that particular song, I'm always with Cate Blanchett

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Bonnie Tyler's I Need a Hero - Short Circuit I think 2

For that particular song, I'm always with Cate Blanchett

I'd forgotten how much I liked Bandits. Cate never has looked better.

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Bohemian Rhapsody - Wayne's World

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