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Which fictional character annoys you most?

Postby Kay » Mon 25 Apr 2011 07:17 GMT

For me it would have to be Mr Bean. It seems to be some kind of international law that a Mr Bean film has to be shown on every flight. He also keeps popping up in magazines and newspapers. Aaarrghh! I would like to never see that character again.

Is there any fictional character who really annoys or irritates you?
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Postby Dave » Tue 26 Apr 2011 03:42 GMT

For as long as I can remember I've found Mickey and Minnie Mouse profoundly irritating - even as a toddler. So insipid compared to the Warner Bros cartoon stable.
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Postby dave dee » Tue 26 Apr 2011 14:39 GMT

http://youtu.be/F_-9QFvhQWo If i never saw this plonker again it would be too soon, Mr Bean is a pleasure to watch in comparison
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Postby ruggie » Sat 21 May 2011 17:16 GMT

Dave, that looks like one of those acts that drama schools make people do to shatter any confidence they may have had when they enrolled... Was it really an ad?
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Postby dave dee » Sat 7 Jul 2012 18:59 GMT

:crackup: Result, after all them years...


http://youtu.be/6tpvVTp57KU

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Postby Graeme » Sat 7 Jul 2012 23:24 GMT

Anne of Green Gables, no good do-good airheaded redheaded bag of vomitus. Phew that feels better.
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Postby JJ » Sun 8 Jul 2012 09:42 GMT

Almost anyone with the surname Archer or Grundy, though I've heard it said they're not fictional.
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Postby dave dee » Sun 8 Jul 2012 21:40 GMT

Sorry Ruggie i didn't see your post earlier, it was actually the first of a series of similar adds designed to wreck the minds and remote controllers of the entire nation for the past few years, the last one is a Trevor Jordash moment, well done to Sue Barker, has everyone cheering.

Spit was quite annoying too.
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