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David Wharton
Writer: : a novel about thieves and artists in 1963, published by Also teaches student teachers to teach English.
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David Wharton 4h
Replying to @HowFashionating
Oh yeah. But like the duck/rabbit or faces/goblet illusions, you can only see fox or rabbit, never both simultaneously.
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David Wharton 5h
Evidence so far reinforces my expectation of a strong Emily/Fyodor correlation.
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David Wharton 5h
Replying to @gingertotty
Generally, when I get to the end of a viewing I just want to watch it again immediately!
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David Wharton 5h
During this year's traditional NYE viewing of When Harry Met Sally, I realised I'd passed through identifying with 'road trip H&S‘, through ,’friends become lovers’ H&S, through ‘married at the end H&S’, and I’m now identifying with the old couples on the sofas. Sigh.
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David Wharton 5h
Replying to @MrKenShabby
Literally every line in that script is perfect. I watch it at least once a year and it blows me away every time. Couldn’t teach it to Film Studies classes, though, on account of my crying at the end every time.
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David Wharton 5h
The only thing I ever watch on commercial tv is cycling. Always wait 20 mins after it starts and then chase playback so I can ff all the ad breaks.
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David Wharton 5h
Replying to @SavourTheMomen1
Pointy nose at the bottom, two pointy ears at the top. Possibly with a sort of perspective thing happening.
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David Wharton 5h
Earlier Fox-related discussion has reminded me. Someone once told me that Leicestershire is known as the fox county, not because there are lots of foxes (there are) or hunting (there was) but because it looks like an outline of a fox's head. Which it does:
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David Wharton 5h
Replying to @booksnthat
Not in the least. As far as I’m aware they've always done that on commercial TV.
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The New Yorker 7h
Malcolm Gladwell on why, in our accounting of genius and creativity, we often don’t consider the late bloomers.
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David Wharton 6h
Replying to @books_4_causes
All gone (except what we've kept back for her packed lunch tomorrow), with a nice feta and asparagus tart I made too.
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David Wharton 17h
It's the great Russian novelists and Brontes throwdown. Who are best?
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David Wharton 7h
Replying to @booksnthat
Yes it does, deliberate change in compression.
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David Wharton 10h
Replying to @Quilterdown
Mmmmm garlic!
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David Wharton 10h
And here they are finished. Ghee, black poppy seeds, sesame seeds, asafoetida and turmeric. Me and wor lass will have them for our tea in a bit.
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David Wharton 10h
Replying to @WalshWrites
They smell soooo good!
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David Wharton 10h
Replying to @WalshWrites
Strong recommendation from me. The song is only really about chapter 1.
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David Wharton 10h
These are some gorgeous potatoes I'm cooking. Oh yes.
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David Wharton 10h
Replying to @foweygirl
Many of its members have done things I like. Haven’t had any time for L since his attack on MAMILs in an episode of Room 101.
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David Wharton 10h
We had milk in the morning, but in a house with 4 kids + my mum's tea addiction it was normally all gone by about 7pm.
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