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20 minutes ago, SoulMonster said:

Yeah I seem to remember they were glossy. I think English soaps would have been more in our taste, too. Scrubby English people stealing stuff and swearing. We'd like that.

Scrubby, yes, thats it, scrubby, a lot of scrubbers in England :lol:

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33 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

I remember it was like cartoons right up until 5:30pm? 

It was The Broom Cupboard up until 17:35 if I recall and then The Filntstones until the news was on at 18:00. Neighbours took over that 25 minute slot.

Tell you what though. I'm amazed at how much I can remember from that long ago yet I don't even know what I had for dinner yesterday. :lol: 

Edit: Fuck me that was October 27th 1986!!!!!! :lol: 

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Just now, Len Cnut said:

Scrubby, yes, thats it, scrubby, a lot of scrubbers in England :lol:

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=scrubby

Dirty ugly people saying 'cunt' a lot and talking in weird dialects before they "nick" something, get pissed, stab someone, and then go in an allay to fuck other dirty, ugly people. Sounds definitely more interesting than 'Dallas'.

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11 minutes ago, SoulMonster said:

https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=scrubby

Dirty ugly people saying 'cunt' a lot and talking in weird dialects before they "nick" something, get pissed, stab someone, and then go in an allay to fuck other dirty, ugly people. Sounds definitely more interesting than 'Dallas'.

And there I was thinking it meant a member of the gentry!

12 minutes ago, Dazey said:

It was The Broom Cupboard up until 17:35 if I recall and then The Filntstones until the news was on at 18:00. Neighbours took over that 25 minute slot.

Tell you what though. I'm amazed at how much I can remember from that long ago yet I don't even know what I had for dinner yesterday. :lol: 

Anything pre-exstacy memories survive I find :lol:

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Just now, Len Cnut said:

Anything pre-exstacy memories survive I find :lol:

That's exactly what I was thinking! :lol: 

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Just now, lukepowell1988 said:

The title of this thread is the most Len title ever!!! :lol::lol::lol:

I couldnt spell his last name so i thought sod it :lol:  Mclachlan, Mclaco...whatever the fuck.

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1 minute ago, lukepowell1988 said:

The title of this thread is the most Len title ever!!! :lol::lol::lol:

Yes, I alluded to what when I commented upon it combining two of Len's fascinations: dated TV series and celebrities that turn out to be sex offenders (although that is perhaps more Diesel's thing, or Dazey's..come to think of it, it seems all the English here are enthralled by such revelations).

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2 hours ago, DieselDaisy said:

It is Australian you mongrel. 

Australia once belonged to the UK. 

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9 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

I couldnt spell his last name so i thought sod it :lol:  Mclachlan, Mclaco...whatever the fuck.

You couldn't have copied and pasted it you thick cunt? :P:lol: 

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18 minutes ago, Dazey said:

You couldn't have copied and pasted it you thick cunt? :P:lol: 

The answers sort of it in the questions here :lol: Open the article, click copy, back to the board, paste it in, hoping it don't paste all bold in a white rectangle, why not just type 'whatisface from Neighbours', its quicker :lol:

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27 minutes ago, SoulMonster said:

celebrities that turn out to be sex offenders (although that is perhaps more Diesel's thing, or Dazey's..come to think of it, it seems all the English here are enthralled by such revelations).

I find it hilairious, I don't know why.  Shouldn't really admit stuff like that but...I dunno, it all depends on your outlook, I can't be the only one either, everytime one of these shits happens a hundred pub jokes of Jimmy Saville or Rolf Harris or whoever come about.  Something about Rolf Harris bowling through TV studios in the 70s and 80s grabbing birds tits, grim and awful though it is in one way, is kinda hilairious in another way.  Not cuz of the sex offenderyness but cuz of what a pathetic character he is. 

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I still remember Sons and Daughters too, but mainly the theme song. Australian soaps have always been big here in Belgium too. As a kid, I always wanted to live in Ramsey Street, Erinsborough. A nice cul de sac, always sunny weather, everyone had a pool in the backyard and handsome boys like Scott and Mike.

I still think Australian soaps are much nicer than American ones. Better actors too, I think. We had American soaps here too, but no British ones.

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12 minutes ago, Lio said:

I still remember Sons and Daughters too, but mainly the theme song. Australian soaps have always been big here in Belgium too. As a kid, I always wanted to live in Ramsey Street, Erinsborough. A nice cul de sac, always sunny weather, everyone had a pool in the backyard and handsome boys like Scott and Mike.

Television has a wonderful way of selling these things to you, especially when you're a kid.  And I think to a point these impressions never really leave you, partly because you don't want them to, even when you know better.  It works the other way too, it can make some quite grim envoirnments look quite charming.

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14 minutes ago, Lio said:

I still remember Sons and Daughters too, but mainly the theme song. Australian soaps have always been big here in Belgium too. 

 We had American soaps here too, but no British ones.

Same here. I remember my mom watching Sons and Daughters, and come to think of it, it could have been on Belgian TV.

We had surprisingly a lot of Australian series on TV, hardly any British ones. Wonder why that is.

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11 minutes ago, EvanG said:

 

We had surprisingly a lot of Australian series on TV, hardly any British ones. Wonder why that is.

Cuz they're fuckin' terrible :lol:  Mind you, so are the Aussie ones.

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6 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

Cuz they're fuckin' terrible :lol:  Mind you, so are the Aussie ones.

Yeah, but I was speaking in general... I think 85% of the foreign stuff we got was American, and the rest was Australian or from some other European countries. I remember The Young Ones and obviously Mr. Bean was huge, and you had your Monty Python and Blackadder, but there wasn't that much coming from the UK. Or maybe I purposely avoided it... hahaha.

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8 minutes ago, EvanG said:

Yeah, but I was speaking in general... I think 85% of the foreign stuff we got was American, and the rest was Australian or from some other European countries. I remember The Young Ones and obviously Mr. Bean was huge, and you had your Monty Python and Blackadder, but there wasn't that much coming from the UK. Or maybe I purposely avoided it... hahaha.

We did have a lot of British series, just not soaps. But we had Fawlty Towers, Keeping Up Appearances, French & Saunders, The Good Life, You Rang M'lord, Are You Being Served, On the Buses, Dad's Army... The list is endless. I don't know how you managed to avoid all that :lol:

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12 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

Now thats a bit of me :)

Actually I also remember watching Bottom, you probably liked that one too. But maybe I watched that on the BBC. Don't know if it actually it came on here.

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1 minute ago, Lio said:

We did have a lot of British series, just not soaps. But we had Fawlty Towers, Keeping Up Appearances, French & Saunders, The Good Life, You Rang M'lord, Are You Being Served, On the Buses, Dad's Army... The list is endless. I don't know how you managed to avoid all that :lol:

Dang... I only know a couple of those titles. I was probably too busy watching the A-team or it's before my time.

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4 minutes ago, EvanG said:

Actually I also remember watching Bottom, you probably liked that one too. But maybe I watched that on the BBC. Don't know if it actually it came on here.

Bottom is like a religion to me.

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38 minutes ago, Len Cnut said:

Bottom is like a religion to me.

I still remember vividly watching the first ever Bottom episode on the telly in my parents bedroom back in the early 90s. I laughed so hard over the johnny machine scene I think I might have pissed myself a bit. :lol: 

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27 minutes ago, Dazey said:

I still remember vividly watching the first ever Bottom episode on the telly in my parents bedroom back in the early 90s. I laughed so hard over the johnny machine scene I think I might have pissed myself a bit. :lol: 

The first episode I ever saw was the Chief Inspector Grobelaar one, the very end of it, there was an argument going on with my brother who was watching it at the time, I was just a baby going 'turn it off, put something else on' etc, without even having seen it, y'know what kids are like and he's just like shut the fuck up, its nearly finished and it was right on the bit where they jump Chief Inspector Grobelaar in the bogs...I fell in love right there and never recovered :lol:  Then recognised Rik Mayall from Grimms Fairytales and the fuck knows how many other things I saw him in.  Ade too though a little later.  I remember seeing dribs and drabs of The New Statesman as a kid too when my sister used to be watching it but I was too little to make sense of it, you put me onto it later I think, thanks for that.  A lot fuckin' later.

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