Whilst ironing I've just enjoyed watching Laird Paul, very worried, in Series 7, episode 4.... (the monster episode), one of my favourites. He really gets in such a muddle when he talks to Iona... silly man, I could listen to him alllll day...Mm..... must have a lie die...
oooo... symptoms... a vacant expression on one's face whilst staring at a certain person, an occasional 'Ah...' , a kind of longing to see that family again on screen, a race to the dvd player to frantically find an especially favourite episode (out of the way everyone! we shout as we push others aside!), need I go on? ;D
Hey Lesley ! Your Lie Die Friday is almost over yet and we didn't hear you
Today I see our fav laird ( sorry must say my fav laird ) sitting, better say laying, with his feet on his desk in the office. with all those extra clothes on caus we're in the strike epi that little cap on his head, a warm jumper, a jacket, you only can see those chocolate brown eyes
mmmm how yummy he looks in it. It gives me a real Lie Die
I hope you are right Paul, there were lots of people on here on Monday when I came back from holiday but it's got less each day. Glad it's Friday, it always seems a long week when you get back from hols. Hope everybody has a good weekend, that is the only thing wrong with weekends I can't get on the board. Going to the local theatre on Sunday to see Oliver, should be good. Bye all til Monday
I even remember it when Eamonn Andrews did it!! and that's going back just toooo far ;D
By the way folks, it was a childrens tv programme and was on for years and years. About four children were asked a question by the presenter, each time they got a wrong answer (I think it was) they were given something to hold (like a cabbage or teddy bear), some would get piled high with stuff, and if they dropped anything they were out of it. I think that's how it went! Everytime the presenter handed anyone a Crackerjack pencil or said that word, the whole audience would scream CRACKERJACK
I've never been involved in 'Lie Die Friday' and as there's only a few hours left of Friday for me here in the Land of Oz, I might have a go.
I'm going to be predictable and have a Lie Die Friday moment with Duncan (oh I wish!). Series 4 Ep 6 - when he walks into his bedroom just in his kilt & boots - no shirt! Talk about a hot scot! mmmm....
Post by Paul Sarnian on Sept 29, 2006 14:57:29 GMT
Well I am just thinking of my Katrina when she finds out she is Archies sister (at least for the time being) - poor Katrina - but later they sleep together in the back of the car - I must lie die now!!