“I sat on an airplane recently, coming from Hawaii to Los Angeles, with Rick Rubin just across the aisle, watching the Justin Bieber movie, ‘Never Say Never. I cried twice during that film and I want the world to know that! They were doing this very cheesy giveaway of concert tickets to 16-year-old girls. The cheesiness didn’t matter — it was the reaction of the kids. When you saw those little girls crying deliriously, I lost it.”—
apologies, i am a tad behind the times. xD
glad it went okay,
my family is a bit similar to yours, only see each other at funerals, or weddings/christenings and the like.
guess people lead their own lives.
and you're welcome!
ahah, captain america looks fit:')
ISN’T HE GORGEOUS! SRSLY, HOW FUCKING FIT DOES CHRIS EVANS WANT TO BE?
Wow that funeral was awkward! There was all these people who I didn’t know or hadn’t seen for years, and obviously I had to like hug and kiss them… it was especially awkward since I went with my mam, and my mam and dad are divorced, and it was my dad’s brother’s funeral. But anyway. It was really sad but nice in a way. I hardly knew my Uncle David but I’m glad I went, and it was nice seeing a lot of my Dad’s side of the family.
I sat in the front row of the service with my Dad and Emma, my mam sat a few rows back. I could feel myself wellig up but I made myself not cry. The service was lovely, I actually learnt a lot about Uncle David’s life. Heh, my Dad was talking to David’s son (also called David) afterwards and he said “there was about 15 years of David’s life that she missed out of her speech, she didn’t say anything about the years before he worked at the hospital. I cannit remember what he was doing for them 10,15 years mind”. My cousin David just said “drink.” Heh.
It was so sad seeing my Aunty Carol though. She’s such a lovely woman, she’s so so canny, but she was in a right state. She’s an alcoholic and am smoker and its trashed her life, but she was just so distraught, bless her… after the funeral we went to a little pub called the Low Lights Tavern on the Fish Quay, and Aunty Carol just sat and drank glass of wine after glass of wine.
It was nice having a bit chatter at the Low Lights though, catching up with the gossip :P apparently my Grandad and his brother Robert used to go drinking in there when they were young, and my Dad and my Uncle George go in on a weekend for a pint or two as well, so its the perfect place for the family to go after the funeral.
Me Dad got a bit teary towards the end- after the funeral and seeing the family and then he kept saying he was pleased I came and how he proud of me and stuff, bless him. Everyone got emotional when they started talking about David and John (my other uncle who died) and my Grandad, but it was nice.
duddde, how very smart you look in your suit.
"suits you sir" :')
hope tomorrow goes alright for you and your family,
i'm on the other side of the phone...if you need to talk etc
p.s i'm actually looking forward to saturday^^
Thankyou me dear :) Funeral was today :’) it was okay, quite sad but it was nice for the family to be together and whatnot Thanks :)
OMG IRON MAIDEN (WITH SPECIAL GUESTS OF AIRBOURNE, ALSO AWESOME) WERE FUCKING AMAZING
Seats weren’t too bad, could see the stage dead well and they had massive screens showing what was going on on stage anyway. Airbourne came on at 7.30, they were awesome. Didn’t know that many of their songs but the few I did I sang at the top of me lungs. The band never stopped running around and jumping about on stage, really got the crowd going. They were on an hour, then their was a 15 minute break.
THEN IRON MAIDEN CAME ON.
The stage went dark, then ‘Satellite 15… the Final Frontier’ began. The makka screens showed this space ship crash landing on a planet with this creepy Eddie-alien thing stalking about, then the band came on stage as the lights flashed on and they burst into the second part of ‘Satellite 15… the Final Frontier’.
The stage set was awesome, it was made out like a space station. Behind the set was a giant alien’s head and hands which popped up now and then, and their was also this badboy giant walking Eddie robot which came on and chased Janick Gers around for a bit before playing guitar with Adrian Smith and Dave Murray for a bit. Bruce Dickinson also ran about on stage- how the hell he manages to sing each note perfectly while leaping about like that is beyond me. My personal highlight of the show was The Trooper- the stage went dark as Bruce ran offstage. Then a load of red lights flashed on stage as the music started. Bruce ran back on dressed in a red British Cavalryman’s uniform from the Crimean War, carrying a massive Union Jack flag.
My head was killing by then end of the night from headbanging, I was drenched in sweat, I had a stitch from jumping about, my hands stung from clapping, and I was dehydrated. But it was still awesome! :D
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Wednesday: Lightwater Valley during the day, then Harry Potter 7 pt. 2 with Laura Thursday: Last day of school Saturday: Iron Maiden and Airebourne with James Tuesday: Uncle’s funeral Wednesday: Batman Live with Mam Friday: Mam goes away to Lourdes for a week, I stay with my dad for the weekend Sunday: Going down to London with Dad, Emma, Sam and Emma’s mam to stay with Sarah and Tony for 5 days
I would just like to shout out to Maggie Smith, the actress who played Minerva McGonagall. During the last two films, she was going through chemotherapy because she had breast cancer. This woman put on her brave face and did the best damn acting she could. She looked beautiful and perfect as though she were as healthy as could be. She brought tears to our eyes and smiles to our lips whilst battling CANCER and Death Eaters. Did she have to keep on play McGonagall? No, of course not. She could have stopped to get healthy at a steady pace. But she kept acting for us, for the fans. I would just like to thank her and show my appreciation.
Thank you Maggie Smith. For the best damn McGonagall this world has ever seen.
He was an alcoholic. Nearly died last year from liver failure, and hadn’t had a drink since then… supposedly. My dad found 2 empty bottles of cider in his flat when he went after he’d found out about it.
I can’t really say I’m that upset. I tried to cry, but couldn’t- I didn’t really know him that well, and he never really seemed like an uncle to me; he was just there occasionally when I went to see my nana.
When I was 9 my Uncle John died, and although the post mortem results were inconclusive, it was generally agreed it was the drink. He was an alcoholic too. Funny, the two of my dad’s siblings that have died have died because they had alcohol problems. My dad and his brother George never had alcohol problems, but my Aunty Carol is also an alcoholic. Out of the 5, 3 have been alcoholics and 2 have died because of it.
So that would probably mean Aunty Carol’s next. Wonder when that’ll be.
Superstitious people say deaths happen in threes. My Uncle David died on Saturday night, and last weekend Liam Shipley’s gran Gladys died. I’m not close with Liam anymore but when we were younger we were best friends. We had loads of days out, and Liam’s family, especially Gladys, were always lovely to me. My mam and me even went on holiday with Liam, his mam Mandy and Gladys one year, and Gladys was so lovely to me and my mam. On that holiday my mam and Gladys really encouraged Mandy to find a new partner; Gladys told Mandy, “I’ll not always be here, and when I’m gone you’ll be lonely. I want you to find someone and be happy”. Lo and behold, not long after we got back Mandy met a bloke called Norman and they hit it off. They got engaged, and they’re getting married this weekend. Quite poignant really that Gladys went when Mandy was finally gonna settle down.
So there’s 2. Will another person die and complete that 3? Well I’m not superstitious, so lets hope not.
There’s nothing I’m good at. I can’t sing, dance, draw, act, play an instrument, do acrobatics, there are NO sports whatsoever I can achieve anything in- and I’ve tried a lot of different sports- not really funny, not exceptional at any one subject in school, can’t cook, terrible memory, don’t speak any other languages…. the list goes on.
"I’ve just watched X-Men: First Class, and I thoroughly enjoyed it, I felt it was the best film yet from the franchise. However I think there may be an error in there in the continuity of the series. In First Class, we see Professor Xavier get shot in the back and become paralysed, hence he is later seen in a wheel chair. However in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, correct me if I’m wrong as its been a while since I saw the film, but I beleive we see Professor Xavier in a helicopter coming to save the mutants STANDING UP- he isn’t in a wheel chair. How can he be standing and not need a wheel chair when he is older than in First Class when indeed in First Class we see him become paralysed and being pushed around by Moira MacTaggert? I presume this is a continuity error."
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