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    Default Anyone else detest strictly ?

    You know we all have to compromise with our wives , partners etc but one I my compromises is watching Strictly ( yes I could go for a walk or something)
    Is it just me ?


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    What is this strictly that you speak of?
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    i don't have tv now fortunately...
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    Quote Originally Posted by andyrlb View Post
    You know we all have to compromise with our wives , partners etc but one I my compromises is watching Strictly ( yes I could go for a walk or something)
    Is it just me ?


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    No it's not just you - it's unwatchable - a trait it shares with almost all BBC shows nowadays.
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    Bloody hate it...

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    Not really my bag but sometimes it's good to have rubbish to watch, our lass deal with unfortunate children so an escape is often needed
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    Rubbish, so it's on the list of programs which never sully our TV sets.
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    To me, it's no worse than any other 'reality' TV broadcast. And that includes football!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    To me, it's no worse than any other 'reality' TV broadcast. And that includes football!
    I watch none of those, football included.

    There's real 'reality' in the news, not that I spend the day glued to that .
    Conspiracy theories are only perpetuated because people go looking for them!

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    I am wifeless, so don't have to put up with annoying crap like this, I am in fact quite selfish, best I just live alone. Me old girlfriend hated the constant whine of jazz.
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