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22nd Dec 2002, 03:42
Merry X-mas everyone! (and a happy new year).

Have a Merry Christmas (in advance.. by 2 days..) and have a happy new year! 2003 :)

To quote Mr. Burns...

Remember, I wanna see lots of pictures :)

(when Smithers goes on vacation and Homer replaces him..)

22nd Dec 2002, 05:32
Got Kids? Are kids? Track Santa on xmas eve!! (tuesday)



22nd Dec 2002, 05:33

.........................MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!


22nd Dec 2002, 05:39
This is odd.. I saw your reply (the actual message) and I replied, But it shows up before. :)

Time travel I guess :)

Either that or we're having to much fun again... ;)

22nd Dec 2002, 06:06
Or maybe we've both had a little too muchhttp://www.click-smilie.de/sammlung/ernaehrung/ernaehrung019.gif??

Only kidding. I don't really drink.:D

Nah, the spacing was goofed up when I first posted it, so I deleted it (rather than ending up with one of those edit messages at the bottom) and then reposted it. :o :D

The Real Truth: Aliens have been messing with the forums... http://www.imagemagician.com/images/rook/Smileys/alien.gif

22nd Dec 2002, 21:28
Defender does the vulcan neck pinch on Rook

I'm not a drinker myself.

(em.. u know what I mean.. booze drinker... I do drink :) )

The only alchool I had was back in 1995. I drank a sip of wine on Easter. IT WAS HORRIBLE! It tasted like sour apple juice :mad:

Suffice it to say I never recovered from that experience :)

Not to mention the fact that booze (well, beer and wine) stink.

I never actually smelled other alcoholic drinks.

I actually got sick from that one sip of wine. :(

I guess I'm like 7 of 9, I can't hold my liquor :)

Sir Henry Morgan
22nd Dec 2002, 23:19
Merry Christmas to you all :D

mrdefender if ye want some grog that tastes nice try my Parrot Bay, tastes like coconut! mmmm :D

22nd Dec 2002, 23:30


That doesnt sound "right" :eek:

Sir Henry Morgan
23rd Dec 2002, 02:03
hehe grog is just a name for alcoholic beverages in this country

Go on, try some, it'll make you dance like Ricky Martin!
(well at least it will make you THINK you can!) ;) :D


23rd Dec 2002, 04:28
Really? wow. Don't people think of Grog... Groggy... :)

Some stuff like that makes me think "cant be coincidence" ;)

Sir Henry Morgan
23rd Dec 2002, 05:38
hehe maybe, who knows it's origins

Well I am off for Christmas!

I hope you were all good this year so Santa will be good to you! http://www.click-smilie.de/sammlung/engel/engel021.gif

bye :D

23rd Dec 2002, 06:52
I hope he is. I payed for most of the gifts and haven't had the chance to buy anything more lil' ol' me :(

Oooh! I know what to ask for

runs up to the site, www.tellsanta.com/email?=list

I only want 1 thing! MORE TIME!!!!

Where's a time machine when u need one :)

PS: Have a safe trip :)

24th Dec 2002, 08:27
Originally posted by Sir Henry Morgan
hehe grog is just a name for alcoholic beverages in this country
I've heard it called that here, too. Wouldn't mind a little myself.;)


I hesitate to try your links anymore, Defender. Ever since "the incident"...... :o ;) :D

24th Dec 2002, 16:44
Merry Xmas to ya'all...

dudes, it's exactly a year since I bought PE. Sweet.

*skips off singing FFX christmas carols*

Jingle bells, Yuna smells, Rikku laid an egg. Kimahri doesn't say a lot and Seymour's off his head, whee! / Jingle bells, Yuna smells, Tidus is a girl. And they're the bunch of heroes that we've got to save the world!

24th Dec 2002, 20:30
Bah. That song is a cheap imatation of Joker's Xmas Song.

(In the Animated Series Of Batman).

Jingle Bells, Batman Smells. Robin layed an egg. The Batmobile, Lost a wheel and the Joker got away. Hey! (Heh! .. ?? )


I dunno why but I actually bought the Batman Vengeance (finished it 20+ times, so obviously... it was traded in :) )

I was always a fond of Batman, ever since I saw those 60's batman reruns. (obviously, a 19 year old man couldnt have seen them when it first aired 42-32 years ago :D )

I always was fascinated by them. Well. That and I couldn't stop laughing on Batman's gadgets :)

"I took my trusty Bat-Incase I get shot in space while being underconsious by Cat woman's Cat nip while having Joker's posionous flower-pill" :)

Or how about his Bat-anti-xray-device.

He even has a Bat-hankerchief. (Hankerchef? Hankerchif?) :)

The animated series made alot more sense, since batman had more than one utility belt.. the 60's Batman always had (or never saw more than) 1 Utility belt.

As for the Bat-vehicles, I prefered the cartoon ones. The Bat-copter never actually did anything for me.. I prefered the batwing or the animated series boat and mobile. It also looks cooler :)

takes a look at the lenght of this post and decides to press submit...

25th Dec 2002, 01:02
I sort of lost interest in Batman around the second film or so. I still like the character and the comics, but the movie franchise has gone horribly awry.

Here's hoping Spidey doesn't suffer the same fate... http://www.imagemagician.com/images/rook/Smileys/crossfingers.gif

25th Dec 2002, 06:34
OOOH! Santa is at Reindeer Lake in Canada Right Now!!!


Didnt even know we had a lake called "Reindeer Lake" :/ ...

Batman movies got wierd after Keaton quit. It's just wierd to watch a super hero movie when the actor who plays the hero keeps changing.

What's really wierd is that Alfred is the same one from all the movies :) (except the 60's version).

But, as for the gadgets and vehicles. I'd have to say that Batman Forever had the most interesting boat and batwing and batmobile. But I prefer the Keaton batmobile ("Batman" and "Batman Returns") from the movies only. I still prefer the animated series vehicles.

You can do alot more in cartoons. Like batman jumping down from a 20 story roof and not dying :)

Gave him more of a "mighty" figgure :)

25th Dec 2002, 09:59
Michael Keaton made an awesome Batman. But I can't stand Danny DeVito, so I didn't care much for the second film. (I don't care much for Jack Nicholson or Kim Basinger, either, but I overlooked that in the first film. :D) After that, things just got progressively worse. The one with George Clooney was just...ugh...:o

And was there any Batman film where he didn't reveal his identity (to whatever other character(s) were present)at the end?!:rolleyes:

25th Dec 2002, 16:45
Batman is not real? :(

But Santa is, right? He left me some presents so he must be real! :p

Merry Christmas to all and to all a good day aye. :D

26th Dec 2002, 04:18
There is a movie where Batman didnt reveal his secret identity to someone.

The 60's Batman movie didn't reveal his secret to anyone, but you see Catwoman without her mask and it ends up being Bruce Wayne's date :) (unless you count Robin..)

Danny Devito never played Batman.

It was Adem West (60s), Micheal Keaton (Batman, Batman Returns), Val Kilmer (Batman Forever), George Clooney (Batman & Robin).

26th Dec 2002, 07:30
Originally posted by mrdefender

Danny Devito never played Batman.

No, but he did play the Penguin in the second film and, where the Penguin of the 60's TV Batman was quirky, the Batman Returns version of the Penguin was just icky. :o

27th Dec 2002, 01:14
Oh yah! I forgot. heh.

I found the 60's penguin annoying. The umbrella was neat though :)

27th Dec 2002, 07:02
Well, yeah, he was annoying. But I'll take annoying over gross any day.:)

27th Dec 2002, 17:42
The villian I loved the most in the 60's version was The Riddler. (or the Puzzler.. for some reason they had him on for 2 or 3 episodes. I guess the guy who played Riddler was sick or something...)

He always made good "traps" (well... better than the other ones.. A good trap would mean Batman never escapes it..)

I liked the 60's Batcave pole :)

In the other series, he has to put the suit on. But the 60's version has his suit put on when going down the pole.

It was cool :)

Not to mention all the techno stuff down there.

27th Dec 2002, 21:41
I liked the Joker and the Riddler--and maybe Catwoman. I never did care much for Egghead, though. ;)

I always got a laugh out of the fact that Batman's costume seemed rather subtle, as far as coloring went, and Robin's costume was such a wildly showy "come and get me" invitation. :D

27th Dec 2002, 23:02
Did u see the movie Batman Forever? Richard Grayson's circus costume is the original Robin costume :)

I tried putting his "real name" but the board won't let me..

(Nick -N +D) Grayson. (or is it Greyson? )

27th Dec 2002, 23:58
I saw that movie ages ago, and I honestly don't remember much about it...:o

What about Dick Grayson, now? ;) :D

28th Dec 2002, 02:47
???????? How come you can type that word and I can't :confused: :confused:

Yes, Batman Forever's **** Grayson's Circus costume is/was (movie is finished, its out on video since the beginning of time..) the original Robin costume from the 60's Batman TV Series.

Eugh. I give up, tried 4 times to get his name to show up. But look!

>>>> **** Grayson <<<<

See! Its just the guy's name ... :(

(ok, make that 5 times..)

28th Dec 2002, 03:51
Hit the "quote" button on my previous post and see.:D

I don't advocate circumventing the censor for other "terms," but if it's the guys name, good grief! :rolleyes:


4th Jan 2003, 00:45
Oh. Well. Good to know for future reference.

We all know who we're talking about anyways :)