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PostPosted: Fri Mar 26, 2010 10:17 pm 
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If in hardcover. With paperback, well, let's say I somehow always manage to get the bottom right corner bent.


TPBM can't read books Disney movies are based on (ala Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan) without picturing the Disney version.

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With certain scenes. As it happens, I've read both the books you mentioned, and I found I pictured more scenes with Alice than Peter.

TPBM has seen Nightmare at 20,000 Feet. (Twilight Zone episode)


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Nope. For a sec, I thought it was like a Park event, where you watch the Nightmare Before Christmas at the top of the tower! :lol:


TPBM gets TV seasons on home video.

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Only my most favourite shows. (Friends, Law and Order:SVU)

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That would have to be a no, as it isn't even screened in the UK to my knowledge! ;)

TPBM has been to Italy.

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Sadly, no.

TPBM can't decide on their favourite DAC


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Yeah, it's always either The Lion King or Pinocchio. Sigh...


TPBM follow sports.

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No. I hate sports with a passion.

TPBM has one food they could never get tired of.


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peanut butter!

TPBM doesn't like unpacking after a trip.

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On the contrary, I love taking out all the things I got!


TPBM didn't know the forum existed when they visited UD for the first time.

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I had no idea! My friend told me about the villain countdown, and I stumbled upon the forum.

TPBM can beat everyone at Disney Scene It.


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Yes! I think I lost once (? my memory is fuzzy) due to "Go back 2 spaces" and cards like that.

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I don't have a cell phone. 8)

TPBM has run out of space to store their books and movies.


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I might've...but I think I got plenty of room for books

TBPM thinks Jeffery Katzenberg was being a smug on almost destroyin Disney Animation (look at his interview on Lil Mermaid's Platinum documentary)

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Sorry, didn't see that featurette. :)


TPBM went to see a Disney movie on the first day of its release.

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Not that I can remember. (I was too busy when Princess and the Frog came out; ditto with AIW)

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It depends what it's about and with who. If it's not about anything serious, then sure, but if I'm arguing with someone, then that kind of sucks.

TPBM is going to buy Avatar on Blu-ray or DVD.

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No I plan on purchasin the following

Alvin and the Chipettes

Alice In Wonderland: Un-versary

The Lovely Bones.

TPBM has seen Fantasic Mr.Fox

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Sadly, no. But from what Luke and Kelvin said, it's worth checking out.


TPBM likes the new DMR page.

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It's okay.

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