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Teng Ai Hui

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  1. I watched season 1 of Ted Lasso earlier this week and loved it. Just now discovered that season 2 starts on July 23rd. Can't wait.
  2. Why are hamburgers made of beef, yet ham is a type of pork? The English language is very confusing sometimes.
  3. I finally decided to watch Ted Lasso. For some reason, I assumed that it would be some silly comedy akin to The Last Man on Earth. However, it's a really good mix of comedy and drama, and it's far better than I expected it to be. I just finished episode 5, the one when Lasso's wife and son visit from USA. All I can say is: I'm not crying, you're crying.
  4. I was again slightly disappointed with the new episode. It was fun and amusing. Yet, it lacked one of those LOL moments that this show usually gives me. Also, the tasks were interesting and creative. Alex Horne really is the low-key hero of this series.
  5. This has been my favorite show for a couple years now. However, I've been disappointed by the current season because of the contestants. Jamali Maddix just doesn't give a shit, and Sarah Kendall and Charlotte Ritchie are not very humorous in this format. As such, I have been rewatching season 7, which is infamous for James Acaster's rant against his team task teammate Rhod Gilbert, as @Plessiez already mentioned, and Phil Wang's moose-knuckled homage to Bruce Lee. Personally, my favorite task is the team task from season 5 (Bob Mortimer, Aisling Bea, Nish Kumar, etc) where they perform a song for and about a stranger named Rosalind. One team wrote her a love song. The other team trolled her and called her a fucking nightmare.
  6. I realize that it seems odd, but your review made me more intrigued in Jade City rather than pushing me away from it. Beforehand, it was just a well-liked book that I put in the back of my mind. Now, after you were so vividly negative about it, I want to read about the character Hilo. Hopefully, I will feel as passionately as you do about him and the rest of the book.
  7. Yesterday, I was thinking, "Jade City seems interesting enough. I'll pick it up sometime in the future when the trilogy is completely published." Now after reading your review, I want to read J.C. next.
  8. I'm anxiously awaiting the release of Martha Wells's newest installment of her Murderbot Diaries series, called Fugutive Telemetry. Evidently, the novella will be out on April 27th.
  9. from the previous thread, by @DireWolfSpirit South Korea's former President Park Guen-Hye lost her final appeal recently and will be in prison for at least 20 more years. A trend is starting. #OrangeIsTheNewOrange
  10. For some reason, I'm now remembering that not too long ago we had a thread around here called "Hollywood has officially run out of ideas".
  11. For some reason, I can't stop watching the 24/7 champion version of R-Truth. I went down the youtube time sink with it over the weekend. That promo with him, Paul Heyman, and Brock Lesnar just before Royal Rumble 2020 was the funniest thing that I have ever seen from WWF/WWE. Is anyone watching Elimination Chamber at the moment?
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