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I’m into professional wrestlig and sure people can say it’s fake if they want, although I wouldn’t say that to the men who put their bodies on the line and suffer injury, fatigue and stress to entertain millions of fans worldwide.
In any case, my favourite wrestler has bee the character of Stone Cold Steve Austin and this is a pretty decet tribute.
Back in the day – when I was growing up in Wellingborough by two caring loving parents and one caring loving television this advert was DA BOMB! Not that I ate the stuff as a result – I’m not that crazy.
So it’s good to be reminded of this kinda stuff
I take the work that I do seriously. Engaging with people to get a deeper understanding of spirituality and know more about the Lord Jesus Christ.
While I am doing that though there are times of sheer hilarity. This video is one of them. Absolutely hilarious. With my son making strenuous efforts to deny liking a girl called Lucy – almost too strenuous – it makes the timely hilarity of this video clip all the more funny!
God bless William Shatner. Enjoy.
You know I thought the last set of clips was hilarious, but this set outdoes it. Some of the shenanigans here had me reaching to check if these ‘players’ successfully applied for Equity cards. If not they surely need to send this set of compilations in and get their card FOR FREE. Some absolutely priceless efforts here including the miraculous recoveries. Plus whoever the genius was with the music backing deserves a reward in themselves. George Lucas should have used this version in his films, it would have made them world record breakers! Enjoy.
OK, so I was an abysmal goalie at school. Ironically after that time at the school I got into diving in a major way and loved playing in goal. Speaking of diving though, I loved acting as well and this neat compilation shows what we love about the game – quality acting. WWE could learn a thing or two about convincing play from some of the antics here. And as another season approaches, here’s hoping for some more Academy Award nominations for outstanding acting by a lead actor.
Back in the day, long ago and far away, I layed in goal for my school team. The only problem was I didn’t like diving for the ball and indeed there were a number of other goalkeeping necessities that seemed to be lacking in my repertoire. As a result my time in goal was somewhat forgettable. At least I’d like it to be forgotten.
Then I saw this and it made me feel, just as Michael Jackson once sang, I am not alone.
To all those rubbish goalies out there – Enjoy!
Well you know how it goes, when something hits my interest peak I get online whenever I can and find out as much as I can about it. Sure enough one Google search later and this pops up. Evidently not dead or buried the question is although you can ‘spruce up your house today’ in America, what’s the deal with the UK product?
With further ‘reliable’ research, I was shocked to find out that not only is Maxwell House still going it’s going strong. Methinks there be a conspiracy surrounding its plight on these shores even though I’ve found that they can be purchased in bulk.
The real sign of established acceptance in the British consumer marketplace is that the product is a staple of the big stores like Sainsbury’s (which still sucks).
Well it just goes to show what little attention I pay to the market trends. There it is in Sainsbury’s costing either the extortionate £3.64 for the coffee powder or the outrageous £1.49 for the cappuccino knock-off effort. There you go, though, typical Sainsbury’s.
So after exhaustive research and a nostalgic trip down memory lane what has happened with Maxwell House? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. There is no conspiracy in the UK. It’s still readily available. Apparently it’s still good to the last drop as it has been for over 100 years and I’ve just been ignorant in missing out on all the quality goodness in the product.
Following a conversation with the wise sage Simon Lovatt (my colleague at work who is the Man of Peace) I was also enlightened as to the reason for the apparent decline in public interest, which has little to do with the barmy prices. The deal is that due to the proliferation of coffee types and products on the market in the years proceeding ‘the day’ Maxwell just has not been such a force or pushed itself as much as they did when coffee drinking was a bigger deal.
One thing is for sure – I am not getting onto coffee – not at those prices!
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