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Since I am sadly separated from my laptop, and thus unable to do any of the mix-y, upload-y stuff I had planned for the end of the year, and since after tomorrow I might not have access to LJ for a while (WOE), I'm flinging this at you now. Basically, since I fail at aesthetically pleasing picspams, it is one big random clusterfuck of a linkspam, because that is how I roll. GOOD TIMES.
2008: How Was It For You? )
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  • 21:46 chocolate cola cake will kill you! #
  • 00:52 so in love with james mcavoy. kissing! sigur ros! #
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Because I am Queen Of Procrastination, and I don't want to research my essay, I present this! Basically, it is a pretty spam of the people I was crushing on in each month of the year. It's good, I promise. Although you must not judge me too harshly for some of them...

2007: Good Times, Hot Guys )

I know very little about some of the people on my friends list. Some people I know relatively well. I read your journals, or we have something else in common and we chat occasionally. Some of you I hardly know at all. Perhaps you lurk, for whatever reason. But you friended me and I thank you for your interest in my words.

But here's a thought: why not take this opportunity to tell me a little something about yourself? Any old thing at all, the more trivial and fascinating, the better. Just so the next time I see your name I can say: "Ah, there's so and so...they like rubbing clams on themselves and wearig ruffs."
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Here be a Pretty Boy Meme I stole from [ profile] thedreamygirl

1)List your Top 10 Male Crushes at the moment!
2)Put a Picture Up for each one of them
3)Let your friends rate them from 1 to 10
4)Ask them to do the same and see if you have a crush in common!

My, but they're delicious )

Oh noes, I left out Philip Glenister! Ah well, he's still My TV Boyfriend.

Also, there was an amazing Culture Show special on Arcade Fire. They covered Guns Of Brixton. I heart them so hard.
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I love this time of year. However, I do not love that the Beeb lost the broadcast rights to Sky Fucking One, thus preventing me from watching it live. I still remember the glory days of 2004, with the RotK cleansweep, and the Jack Black/ WIll Ferrell "You're Boring" song.

Anyway, things that made me happy:
Yay, Helen Mirren!
Yay, Forest Whittaker!
Yay, Marty!
Yay, Marie Antoinette costume designers!
Yay, Pan's Labyrinth winning lots of things!
Yay, LMS!

Things that made me less happy:
Where's the love for Children Of Men?
Will they ever give Peter O'Toole an Oscar?
Beyonce, ugh.
Happy Feet over Monster House? You suck, Oscar.

Things that make me angry that the Oscars aren't on the BBC anymore )

Also, they've turned off the water and I need a shower.
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The Mac is everywhere in my life at the moment. He keeps popping up and twinkling his freckles at me... I'm not doing it on purpose!

I saw The Last King of Scotland a few weeks ago and it completely blew my mind. It's been ages since I saw a new film that was so visually stunning and emotionally affecting. All the reviews I read focused on Forest Whittaker's colossal portrayal of Idi Amin, but my friends and I felt that McAvoy deserved more recognition. His character Nicholas Garrigan isn't particularly likeable, but he's played with such honesty and charm that it's impossible not to warm to him. And BAFTA obviously agrees with us, because McAvoy's up for Best Supporting Actor! Although he has far more screentime than Whittaker... Pfft. Oh, and he gets his cock out.

Then, I finished my re-read of Atonement, by Ian McEwan, as part of my ongoing war of attrition with my university course. I still haven't finished my set texts, so I'm winning! I think. Anyway, I then find squillions of new icons for the upcoming adaptation starring Keira Knightley and.... James McAvoy. And he does look rather scrummy in his army uniform.

Which brings me to my next point. My friend is educating me in the ways of the HBO series Band Of Brothers, and who should feature rather prominently up in today's episode? You guessed it. And he was so young and innocent looking. And freckled, obviously. If you haven't seen it, do. Unless you don't like violence, in which case watch it through your fingers, because it's worth it. I don't want to spoil it, so I shall just sigh heavily and leave it at that.

Finally, my lovely friend directed me in the direction of the trailer for Becoming Jane. McAvoy + Austen = Happy me.


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she's got red lipstick and a bright pair of shoes

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