Haaa, I love this. My partner and I watched IT earlier in the year and both remarked that Sophia Lillis was the spitting image of a young Amy Adams. We're obviously not alone as I've just started watching Sharp Objects (more on that in a second) and was greatly amused to find she's literally, actually been cast as a young Amy Adams
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memorandom:
Yeah, she's actually played younger versions of Amy Adams in a couple of things. It's sort of uncanny. I do wish they'd cast Amy Adams as the grown up Beverley for It part 2 though, much as I like Jessica Chastain.
sosbanfach:
@memorandom they're ridiculously similar looking its amazing. I'm with you on Jessica Chastain, on both counts, she's wonderful but she's not Beverley! I enjoyed part one though, so looking forward to it regardless

At the risk of going full Leonard (I've got no idea if Kroger even sell these, sorry Muricans) and turning my profile in to nothing but store bought snack reviews, these are fucking lush.

Fox's are the fucking champions of the British biscuit game, McVities can get in the sea. If you're still dunking chocolate digestives then get out of the 50s
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elizathetroll:
Being the recluse that I am, I don't feel like I can offer too much insight into the biccie-affinity of the average Ozzie. That said, after years of morning and afternoon teas at work without a single biscuit consumed that I can think of, I daresay that at least there is some demographic that is not overly enthusiastic about them. They do mostly say biscuit, but won't look at you funny if you say cookie - although maybe they would if you sounded any manner of British. :-)
memorandom:
Those ARE good, for me it's as much about the texture as the chocolate ratio.

While the rest of the Internet is mocking you for the football (seriously though, Korea?) allow me to extend you a different sentiment, gratitude.

Not content with inventing the world's best meat products and second best beers (sorry Bavaria, that's got to go to Belgium) you've only gone and smashed the market with your biscuit game.

As any true snack connoisseur knows
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sosbanfach:
@zootzoot Ritter Sport? Check you out, posh! I can't get them for a quid in the co-op.
memorandom:
Yeah, Lidl and Aldi make their own, with no Bahls-en. . . .  I'll get my coat.

When I was told you needed subtitles to watch a lot of British TV and dramas with regional accents I found this a mix of hilarious and cute. Aw, silly Muricans don't get Cocknies, etc.

But today, by pure chance, I happened to read the lyrics to mmbop (please don't ask), I feel my life has changed forever. I had no idea the
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memorandom:
True story, when this song came out I was in college and we all thought this song - every time it came on the radio, which was often - was being sung by girls. When someone told us it was a bunch of boys, there was arguing. And even after photographic evidence was provided, we still weren't necessarily convinced.
sosbanfach:
@memorandom oh, Scotland

wizard0:
ricochet biscuit

Hasn't left my head for days.

It's one of several shanties in the new Pillars of Eternity PC CRPG and its like crack for my eardrums.

On the flip side, the game is well worth the wait.

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sosbanfach:
@memorandom I'm the same, I don't really have any games on steam that aren't like 100+ plus hours rpgs or 600+ hour strategies haha.
memorandom:
Yeah, I am pretty much the same. I do have some games that are short, but I've played trhough them once or twice, as opposed to something like The Witcher 3 or even Skyrim to which I've literally given up weeks of my life.

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electriceye22:
I would but Im just a 21st century digital boy.
sosbanfach:
@electriceye22 yeah but you've got an American Jesus on your side.