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(New Musical Express)   Kim Wilde gives impromptu performance on London commuter train. In related news: Kim Wilde is still alive?   ( nme.com) divider line
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2012-12-15 02:42:53 AM  
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Stantz: She's actually now a well-respected horticulturalist. No, really

Guess this goes to show, you can lead a horticulture, but you can't make her think.

/not obscure
2012-12-15 07:51:46 AM  
1 vote:

Dahnkster: Kim... way back then to now. Tell me when your wiener goes limp...

Mine actually got harder as the list went on, until the end...

Then it got SUPER hard and tore out of my pants.
2012-12-15 07:20:06 AM  
1 vote:

Gordon Bennett: Never do this.

Speaking as a Londoner, I can tell you that there are many simple unwritten rules when riding public transport. Things you can and can not do. Drunk and loud is quite high on the not do list.

In fact, aside from quietly and politely asking someone to pass you a stray newspaper, quietly and politely asking if anyone could translate the garbled noises the driver just mumbled over the tannoy or quietly and politely asking directions if you are very lost and worried, it's best to stay completely silent.

How about eye contact? On the NYC subway making eye contact on the subway is a sign of aggression.
2012-12-15 02:07:48 AM  
1 vote:
She's got Bette Davis eyes.

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