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Wednesday, 11 July 2007


having my cake

How can you talk about TV and not mention Rome on Wednesday and Sunday? I know the dialogue is a little contrived (read sh1te) in places, but the scenery is amazing. It's like the Sopranos in togas with lots of nudity, swearing and fucking of all persuasions. Unmissable!


I've not seen Rome, but this post was about Tuesdays and Wednesdays...


I mean Mondays and Tuesdays!


Thank you Cat, I always claim Tuesday is the worst day for precisely the reasons you say but everyone I know says it's Wednesday. I feel better now.

having my cake

Sorry, my mistake... lmao... it's just that since CSI finished, I get so excited about Rome on Wednesdays... and Boston Legal!

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