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A while ago you pasted a link into an archive of old British movies.

I'll be buggered if i can find it.

We watched 'Passport to Pimlico' tonight and it has all reminiscing.

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Hi Peter,

Prepare to be buggered! :D

http://free-classic-movies.com/

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Bracing myself as we speak. Ken, my sincere thanks to you.

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Slightly disappointed by the contents of this thread. The title had set high expectations.
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Antonius wrote:Slightly disappointed by the contents of this thread. The title had set high expectations.
The story of a boy and his kentrel?
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I have learned some english over the years, added quite a few new words to my vocabulary on this here site, and when all else fails there is always goggle translate. But I have no idea what "kentrel" means. Too much pun for a foreigner? Still confused :o
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Antonius wrote:I have learned some english over the years, added quite a few new words to my vocabulary on this here site, and when all else fails there is always goggle translate. But I have no idea what "kentrel" means. Too much pun for a foreigner? Still confused :o
It's one of these with an N in it:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0064541/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

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A movie called Kes Anton. About a boy and his Kestrel. A bird of prey.

It was a bit convoluted. I'm still confused as to why the title Ken grabbed your interest. Maybe in Dutch Ken means 'cover me in chocolate and throw me to the lesbians' or something???
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Thanks for elaborating, I did not know the word kestrel. Pun looses the fun when it has to be explained, but I learned something anyway.

Sanemancured wrote:I'm still confused as to why the title Ken grabbed your interest. Maybe in Dutch Ken means 'cover me in chocolate and throw me to the lesbians' or something???

I guess by now it does indeed mean something along those lines, to me at least :D.

It seems whenever Ken gets involved in a thread, there is usually more than the average share of innuendo and double entendre to be found. This set some expectations when a thread started with Ken in the subject. In the Movies section no less, of all places. I wasn't really sure what to expect, but it had to be quite something.
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Antonius wrote:Thanks for elaborating, I did not know the word kestrel. Pun looses the fun when it has to be explained, but I learned something anyway.





I guess by now it does indeed mean something along those lines, to me at least :D.

It seems whenever Ken gets involved in a thread, there is usually more than the average share of innuendo and double entendre to be found. This set some expectations when a thread started with Ken in the subject. In the Movies section no less, of all places. I wasn't really sure what to expect, but it had to be quite something.
I fully understand Anton :) Our Ken is a bit of a gem.
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