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Do you ever watch something and think, "yeah, I'm that cool character", and then realise you aren't? I have been watching a lot of That 70s Show lately—as I have opined before, Donna is just absolutely lovely: she reminds me of one of my exes—and I really like to think that I'm Hyde because he is just so fucking cool.

But, secretly, I have this sneaking suspicion that I am actually Eric, with an added alcohol problem.

And, now, onto things that piss me off...

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In fairness, though, Eric is the one who is banging Donna, whilst Hyde has nothing but unrequited love/lust for Donna.

Jesus. I've just realised I'm a That 70's Show nerd as well as being a nerd about so much else.
Charles Pooter said…
"I have been watching a lot of That 70s Show lately"

Why, in God's name, would you want to do that?

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