Listed below are posts made by vignette (U12024686) between Monday, 18th January 2010 and Tuesday, 5th May 2015 (2 Hours Ago)
The One Show - main discussion - (4427 messages)
BBC News - for Thick Viewers - (1340 messages)
Excessive background noise on television programmes - (8035 messages)
BBC STOP INTERUPTING END CREDITS - (2259 messages)
Disgraceful incorrect maths used in "hole in the wall" - (227 messages)
Breakfast - dumbing down in the extreme! - (1131 messages)
A conversation in song titles - (731 messages)
BBC News - Exam Results Time...... - (215 messages)
Numero Uno? - (51 messages)
Jackson takes over all world news ??? - (877 messages)
Just a great song. - (66 messages)
Yellowstone - (18 messages)
I Believe in UFOs - (145 messages)
PM. I only speakada ENGLISH - (21 messages)
THE MOST ANNOYING WORDS/CATCH PHRASES - (184 messages)
Empire Of The Seas - BBC2 - 9pm - 15/1 - (229 messages)
ITV Advertising Prompts - (45 messages)
Does anyone else..... - (54 messages)
Why do so many people MOAN!! - (90 messages)
'Riffs'. Guitar, Keyboard or whatever. - (22 messages)
Journalists Language - (27 messages)
BBC to dump the Met Office? - (104 messages)
BBC news reports on the Haiti disaster - (211 messages)
university challenge - (58 messages)
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