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Ah, sweet!

 

Although 3D gets a lot of bad press, I generally love it. Don't love the absurd leap in price from a standard viewing to a 3D one, but c'est la vie.

 

First time I saw Titanic years ago when I was younger, it scared me heh. Kind of chilled me that nearly all of the happy people in the folk dance scene ended up drowning. Little bit too morbid for my young mind.

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Thanks Kae! *snuggles* I really enjoyed playing mafia with you, btw :D

 

 

And Rey, Titanic came out at 97'. Which means I was like... 11 xD So I was pretty ickle myself. And someone told me that in the end there's a guy that got stuck frozen to a piece of floating door and while trying to release him, she breaks off his arms accidently so his hands are stuck on the door while the body sinks away.... I was pretty disappointed that it wasn't the case LMAO

 

 

 

 

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The first time I saw Titanic in the cinema is hard to forget. I cried and I cried and when the movie ended I still cried. Me and my friend walked out of the cinema (I´m still crying) and saw our bus. We figured that if we ran fast we should be able to catch it. Half way there I realize that we won´t make it so I throw myself in front of the bus so that the bus driver will see us. The bus driver had started to drive and he had to slam on the brakes. He was kind enough to open the doors and let us in. When we sit down I realize that I´m still crying. The people in the bus stared at us crazy people all the way home. :biggrin:

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And Rey, Titanic came out at 97'. Which means I was like... 11 xD So I was pretty ickle myself. And someone told me that in the end there's a guy that got stuck frozen to a piece of floating door and while trying to release him, she breaks off his arms accidently so his hands are stuck on the door while the body sinks away.... I was pretty disappointed that it wasn't the case LMAO

 

Just lol. I kinda had a similar thing when I was young before I'd seen Star Wars: someone told me that it ended with the bad guys winning, with a guy called Luke Skywalker getting his head chopped off with a lightsabre. I believed that story for years before I went and saw it and realised I'd been swindled :darkone:

 

 

The first time I saw Titanic in the cinema is hard to forget. I cried and I cried and when the movie ended I still cried. Me and my friend walked out of the cinema (I´m still crying) and saw our bus. We figured that if we ran fast we should be able to catch it. Half way there I realize that we won´t make it so I throw myself in front of the bus so that the bus driver will see us. The bus driver had started to drive and he had to slam on the brakes. He was kind enough to open the doors and let us in. When we sit down I realize that I´m still crying. The people in the bus stared at us crazy people all the way home. :biggrin:

 

Tina, you are one crazy girl XD

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I didn't cry. There might have been minor tear duct action, but I figure if the tear isn't shed, then no one can prove anything! >.>

 

But yeah, back then Leo was me and my friend's idol so we were sweet on him. Just one of those things that reminds you just how dumb you used to be.

 

 

 

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I didn't cry. There might have been minor tear duct action, but I figure if the tear isn't shed, then no one can prove anything! >.>

 

Ah I get you. Those parasympathetic secretomotor fibres from the facial nerve do fire by themselves quite often heh.

 

But yeah, back then Leo was me and my friend's idol so we were sweet on him. Just one of those things that reminds you just how dumb you used to be

 

Hindsight is 20/20 as they say.

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