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Can't agree.

Cheese should never have anything "in" it.

Whenever I visit the Wensleydale Creamery in Hawes I buy loads of different cheeses with stuff in (after tasting every one of them of course). My favourite was the clotted cream and strawberry cheese that they had as a special "one off" - it was bloody awesome.

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I generally agree with mjmooney: cheese should almost always just be cheese with nothing deliberately added to it.

I say almost, though, because Cabot Horseradish Cheddar (other Vermont cheddars with horseradish are also acceptable) is worth killing for.

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I watched Jaws twice over the weekend. So, 'Watching Jaws' :-)

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I watched Jaws twice over the weekend. So, 'Watching Jaws' :-)

I watched Planet of the Apes three times in one week once. That was a good week.

My 'Bricking It!' title is back! :D

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I watched The Mask 3 times in one day. And twice every other day. For a summer. That was a good summer

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Doesn't all this repeated viewing of a film spoil it for you? I could never do that.

BTW never seen any Planet of the Apes films. I hate apes and monkeys, even pretend ones.

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I used to rewatch films regularly when i was a kid. I remember watching "Hook" before school every day for about 2 months.

Nowadays there are a handful of films I can watch again and again (Fifth Element and Anchorman are probably the two I've seen the most), but nothing as regular as twice in a weekend or twice in one day!

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Doesn't all this repeated viewing of a film spoil it for you? I could never do that.

BTW never seen any Planet of the Apes films. I hate apes and monkeys, even pretend ones.

I love the cyclical timeline of the originals. Only watch the originals if you're ever going to watch one.

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It may be a generational thing. No video when I was a kid, so if you had a favourite film you had to wait until it came on TV, and make sure you were in to watch it. Then you had to keep it in your memory for several years until the next chance. I think this was actually a good thing. Although I now have a biggish DVD collection (of those very films), I would never watch any of them more than once a year, absolute max. Even that much runs the risk of spoiling the thrill.

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The fact that on Monday I'm moving desks and am getting a lovely window seat in the corner of the office where noone can see what I'm up to.

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I miss Eames' old avatar. Because to me, it was Eames dancing in it.

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Holy flurking schnit, this is the greatest hooded top in the history of everything ever. :o

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Holy flurking schnit, this is the greatest hooded top in the history of everything ever. :o

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It's good but it's no tauntaun sleeping bag. tauntaun-sleepingbag-embed-zoom.jpg

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