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X-Factor and the "Fat Munters...

#1
Not sure if this one ahs been done tod eath.... But the "Fat Munters sing again on 'X-Factor'.... what a couple of delusional twunts....... 'Oft you jolly well go'... says Simon Cowell and the panel of Judges...

These 2 are as talentless as dead sheep..... but then would you... I mean... the dead sheep... or the 2 Fat Ladies....? :lol:

Apparently they have been evicted from their home due the 2 Fat Munters caterwauling (singing) in their street all night long....

They stated on 'X-Factor' they had been living in a car for the pst 6 or 7 weeks..... Gar..... whats the betting it smells like rotting kippers..... :p :?

Strewth some of the other contestants are as bad.... some bad tempered becasue they were told f*ck off...or words similar in meaning....

If you are really bored... Just watch the 'X-Factor'... :oops:
 

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#2
fully agree but then the only reason i watch X Factor is looking at Danni and Cheryl and imagining them sharing a bed with CH!!! :twisted:



Now where is that Rohypnol!
 
#3
Funnily enough, I was gleefully running to my computer to comment on the very same subject! What I would focus on the most is... How the fook can the entire family fit into one car? I mean, who the hell makes it, ivecho? scania?? :?


Edited for: The fattest fingers you ever did see!
 
#5
chokinthechicken said:
Watching X factor!!!!, now that's wrong. Rather stick pins in my eyes. Anyway it's sat night, why are you's not out on the piss.(I'm at work, that's my excuse).

CTC
I have no friends and I smell of wee. :cry:
 

CountryGal

MIA
Book Reviewer
#6
chokinthechicken said:
Watching X factor!!!!, now that's wrong. Rather stick pins in my eyes. Anyway it's sat night, why are you's not out on the piss.(I'm at work, that's my excuse).

CTC
Busy tonight then? lol
 
#7
They stated on 'X-Factor' they had been living in a car for the pst 6 or 7 weeks

Christ, what make of car was it? A Bedford RL? :?
They are absolute rubbish and have as much chance of winning as me. Having said that, it is definitely car crash TV - a modern day equivalent of the Gladiators in the Colisseum.
Not that I would watch it, of course.
 
#9
Can't get home from the middle of the North sea. But come tuesday, it's ME time, and I'm going to enjoy every minute of my 2 weeks off. Certainly won't be watching that utter bollox(the x factor) they call entertainment.

CTC
 
#10
heidtheba said:
I admit, I did watch it.

Does it not make anyone else feel uber-talented?
Heidtheba - I thought you may be out sampling the bright lights of Elmpt/Bruggen rather than indoors watching that sh*te?
I suggest you join a focus group or similar - you have taken the first step and actually admitted you watch it. It will be painful at first, but it will be worth it to get it out of your system.
Have another wobbly.
You know it makes sense. :)
 
#11
slipperman said:
heidtheba said:
I admit, I did watch it.

Does it not make anyone else feel uber-talented?
Heidtheba - I thought you may be out sampling the bright lights of Elmpt/Bruggen rather than indoors watching that sh*te?
I suggest you join a focus group or similar - you have taken the first step and actually admitted you watch it. It will be painful at first, but it will be worth it to get it out of your system.
Have another wobbly.
You know it makes sense. :)
Points noted slipperman, I am looking at the stamp collecting proffesion.

Going out? Heavy night last night so no go on that, but wobbly is lovely and cold :wink:
 
#12
What's wrong with you - can you not handle 2 consecutive nights on the lash?
They don't make Scalies like they used to - lightweight! :wink:

Have a Wobbly for me!
 
#13
chokinthechicken said:
Can't get home from the middle of the North sea. But come tuesday, it's ME time, and I'm going to enjoy every minute of my 2 weeks off. Certainly won't be watching that utter bollox(the x factor) they call entertainment.

CTC
It is car crash TV - funny to watch people who genuinely think they have talent being brought up short. The wife turned to me and said she couldn't believe one of them could fit into a car let alone all the pets etc they claim to have in there with them. Singing at 0300 in the street, with their 'talent'. Not surprised she was evicted.

I actually stop watching once the heats are over - it's boring then.
 
#14
slipperman said:
What's wrong with you - can you not handle 2 consecutive nights on the lash?
They don't make Scalies like they used to - lightweight! :wink:

Have a Wobbly for me!
Just taking it a little easier after 3 weeks non-stop lashing it up :oops:

But on your last, I'll have a few more than one for you :D
 

maguire

LE
Book Reviewer
#15
slipperman said:
Having said that, it is definitely car crash TV - a modern day equivalent of the Gladiators in the Colisseum.
far more reminiscent of a Victorian style day trip to laugh at the poor sods in the asylum.

this programme sullies the good name of sh1te.
 
#16
I sadly missed the giant hippogorilliapigs, but I did happen to see that shite little 3 chavs claiming they were trying to prove teenagers weren't all thugs, and the like. Somehow, screaming "He better sleep with one eye open, as this aint the last he's heard of us", really drives that feeling home, you know?

Was it just me that noticed Cheryl's eyes light up every time a black/mixed race guy came on? I mean "I'll definately have you in my category!" is certainly a euphenism... ;)
 
#17
slipperman said:
They stated on 'X-Factor' they had been living in a car for the pst 6 or 7 weeks

Christ, what make of car was it? A Bedford RL? :?
They are absolute rubbish and have as much chance of winning as me. Having said that, it is definitely car crash TV - a modern day equivalent of the Gladiators in the Colisseum.
Not that I would watch it, of course.
Not a bad idea, would feed every lion in captivity for a month on them things.
 
#18
Squiggers said:
Was it just me that noticed Cheryl's eyes light up every time a black/mixed race guy came on? I mean "I'll definately have you in my category!" is certainly a euphenism... ;)
She certainly loves a black cock, after all she married one.
 
#19
Squiggers said:
Was it just me that noticed Cheryl's eyes light up every time a black/mixed race guy came on? I mean "I'll definately have you in my category!" is certainly a euphenism... ;)
I dont know how they have the nerve to have two talentless cnuts like cheryl and danni minogue as judges on the show, i wouldnt say no if they asked me to shoot my muck inside them though..! :p
 

maguire

LE
Book Reviewer
#20
the thing that fcuks me off about it is, with one or two exceptions, the bulk of the acts that win these things have one or two hits (and these days, when a few thousand will get you a chart entry, theres nowhere near as much money to be made from straight sales for openers) and then get dumped instantly by the record company the minute it looks like their popularity is waning. the second is, the sheer vacuousness of it all. it's no longer about people having anything to say or writing great material, it's just about an ever-decreasing fifteen minutes in the spotlight. and even when the daft twats do get a contract, it's for money that would make an immigrant work gang manager blush. (girls aloud, for example, were initially on a straight salary - so no matter how many records they sold or concert tickets they moved, the bulk of the money went straight into the managers pocket).
its a programme made by tw*ts, for tw*ts, for tw*ts to appear on.
 

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