Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy...too many mind. No mind.
But how could she have married Sean Penn? I think I preferred Prince Humperdink.
"Never get involved in a land war in Asia." Would that our President have listened...
Truly, you have a dizzying intellect.
You are the brute squad!
My wife still doesn't understand why I love it. I bought my laserdisc player because of Princess Bride and the Family Dog episode of Amazing Stories.
greatbluewhale,Believe me, I understand. My wife thinks "It's a cute movie, but it's not that, great."Of course, she likes Gone With The Wind, so her taste is highly suspect anyway. I've only bought TPB on DVD twice so far. :)
"Inconceivable!"You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
Would you believe the 'Dog has NEVER seen it?!?1991, my fencing team had a party in which we played "The Princess Bride" and "The Dualists" on a big screen. Heh. Fencing geeks.
I didn't realize that Chris Sarandon was married to Susan. I wonder if Prince Humperdinck's attitude was his way of working out his aggressions.
I'm not the only one?!?My family gets all pissy when I insist on watching it again. "He's not dead. He's only MOSTLY dead"BWahahahaha
"Have fun storming the castle." Lord, I love that
And while you're at it why not just give me a nice papercut and pour lemonjuice in it.
"Would you believe the 'Dog has NEVER seen it?!?"Inconceivable!
Wow, first I learn that Tamara hadn't read any Pratchett books.Now it comes out that 'Dawg hasn't seen The Princess Bride.What's next, discovering that MattG is actually some teenage chick named Amanda??
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