'Stan & Ollie' tv spot
'Let Her Out' promo
'Lytton's Diary' promo
Dated looking press drama.
Roasted garlic & cracked black pepper mayo – yum!
Dairy Milk (Roses) – okay.
Tangy orange creme (Roses) – nice.
Dark & Stormy slice and serve fudge – mmmm.
Salted Caramel Martini slice and serve fudge – okay.
There is an 'Addams Family' reboot and a 'Charlie's Angels' reboot?
In 2019, I may see 'Avengers: Endgame', 'Captain Marvel', 'Cats', 'Mary, Queen Of Scots', 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood', 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' and 'Vox Lux'.
In the Bronte's tale, libraries were men only?!?
Who saw 'Fool's Rush In' or 'Fire & Ice' (1986)?
I won't read 'The Other Woman' or 'The Final Frontier'.
The BBC are doing 'Death Comes As The End'.
What is chicken maryland or milk ice or young buck cheese?
Broveralls, puddle length, pink washing, DNA braids, pink grapefruit squash and jarfing are in.
I'd try cider butter and fried cheddar pastry and sherry laden ice-cream.
I hope to review 'Soul Of The Dragon', 'The Way To The Stars', 'The Little Girl Who Lived Down The Lane', 'All The Plagues Of Hell', 'Heartstones', 'Song Of The Beast' and 'Buried Lies'.
'Father Ted' Quotes:
“An elderly priest driving a flymo.”
“One of those mad fellows.”
“Kicked you up the arse.”
'RTE News' Quote:
'The Irish Times' Quotes:
“Seemingly deliberate misinterpretations of what I'm saying.”
“Generally lose all claim to their respect.”
“The unprivileged young.”
“Continue their campaign against him.”
“Structures and conditions a society.”
“Publicly airing his thoughts and grievances.”
'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' Quotes:
“So much for reasoned debate.”
“Little heaten bastards.”
“They were done for.”
“Too far to swim back.”
“Declared persons in need of supervision.”
'The Sunday Times' Quotes:
“Just having a twirl and a smell.”
“I thought it was someone else's problem, but then it reached my doorstep.”
“People were covering for him.”
“Hung around with the wrong people.”
“Marking a park a no-go area.”
“The worst of human impulses and the potential of technology to realise them.”
'The Irish R.M' Quote:
“Roaring his insults at me.”