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28 October 2014

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Extras Special?
Coming from the creators of The Office, understandably expectations for Extras are high.
What do you think about Extras?
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Was Tom Cruise fair game?
“I thought the incident was childish, but the sight of Cruise repeatedly asking: "Why did you do that?" was worthy of a chuckle as there are so many of his films that have elicited the same reaction from me from start to finish.”
- CarminetheWolf
Yeah - but no.
An internet campaign is petitioning for a Little Britain catchphrase to be included in the Collins English Dictionary.
Which spurious comedy phrases would you like to see added to the English Dictionary?
“'A mouth's a mouth' (Time Gentlemen Please) to mean 'anything's good enough'.”
- Aaron

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