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compensate your X-Factor disappointment

manfromthezoo
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compensate your X-Factor disappointment

So, 'Faith', last night, by dear Lloyd. It just wasn't very good, was it?
I've come here, then, on a charitable basis. To help heal the wounds. Patch up your fractured expectations. How am I going to do this? By offering our very own artistic re-interpretation of the piece. Look here, then, for path to satisfaction. Recorded two years before the denizens of mind control - sorry, X-Factor, took a crack at it.
Enjoy, or not.
http://bit.ly/4xAHXJ
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Re: compensate your X-Factor disappointment

One can only guess what was on the mind of the dog in the doorway but it wisely made a very early exit. Cheesy
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manfromthezoo
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Re: compensate your X-Factor disappointment

He never was one for any nonsense.
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Re: compensate your X-Factor disappointment

Maybe he would have stayed had you played Hound-dog Wink
Good clip - brightened up a dull day here in Essex and it was good to see the links to George Carlin - one of my favourites Smiley
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Yeah I like George's views on saving the planet Grin
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manfromthezoo
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Re: compensate your X-Factor disappointment

Cheers, Artmo! We're often told that we disturb and darken, so to brighten is quite an accolade for us.
There's a lot more there, take a look at the others. If you like that, there's probably plenty to amuse. I'd recommend 'Daddy's A Liquid', that seems to go down well without scaring too many folks.
Tyreal74
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Re: compensate your X-Factor disappointment

Compensate your Xfactor dissapointement - watch Strictly Come Dancing - lol
manfromthezoo
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Re: compensate your X-Factor disappointment

@Tyreal74 - yes, that ought to do it  Cheesy
Although if Brucie grates on your boobies as much as does mine, it's a moot suggestion.
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Re: compensate your X-Factor disappointment

It's like watching paint dry IMO Wink  Totally boring.
manfromthezoo
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Re: compensate your X-Factor disappointment

You bet. There's only one thing more boring than attempting ballroom - and that's watching others do it.
Tyreal74
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Re: compensate your X-Factor disappointment

Fit girls though (the dancers) - as for brucie - thats what mute buttons are fot