Author Topic: The Bradbury Effect  (Read 3785 times)

fit old bird

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #30 on: 13:14:50, 07/08/10 »
Hello rubyrocket. My mum was German, that's where I got it from, though Ilona is used in a lot of eastern block countries. I speak it as my mum said it, though most English people can't get their tonsils round the correct pronunciation.
 
I found another Ilona with the same surname as well, on the internet, and gave her a call. She lives in Glasgow. I have only ever met one other Ilona face to face, she was working for blood donors when I went to donate. I used to hate my name, but I love it now. Say hello to your son's partner for me.
 
Just watched another programme, the one where Julia walked across the Pennines. Paddling through those bogs has put me off now, can I go over on the road, and not the M62 ha ha. I like her presenting style.
Ilona

colliecorner

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #31 on: 19:20:48, 07/08/10 »
 :)  didn't think to download them on i-player
 
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fit old bird

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #32 on: 19:27:57, 07/08/10 »
colliecorner, I dont have a tele, so I watch everything on the computer. Not that there is a great deal I want to watch, that's why I won't pay the licence fee.  O0
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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #33 on: 19:03:17, 11/08/10 »
seeing as this thread was titled "The Bradbury Effect" - there's a quite artful picture of her in the current Radio Times.

Those unfortunate enough not to have a copy to hand could always click the link below.

BEWARE HOWEVER, NOT FOR UNDER 18'S!

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2010/04/06/article-1263766-0901B4E2000005DC-12_468x581.jpg

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #34 on: 19:34:20, 11/08/10 »
Smokin'

Micky

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #35 on: 19:49:27, 11/08/10 »
Thanks for that Glyn, I've just made a mess in my trousers yet again.  ;D
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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #36 on: 19:53:02, 11/08/10 »
 :D

TheGUYuk

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #37 on: 20:33:43, 11/08/10 »
But has the photo been Airbrushed? :)

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #38 on: 20:42:23, 11/08/10 »
seeing as this thread was titled "The Bradbury Effect" - there's a quite artful picture of her in the current Radio Times.

Those unfortunate enough not to have a copy to hand could always click the link below.

BEWARE HOWEVER, NOT FOR UNDER 18'S!

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2010/04/06/article-1263766-0901B4E2000005DC-12_468x581.jpg


Using my body as a double again.....!!!   >:( >:( >:(



hey.. a girl can dream....!!!  :P

Glyno

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #39 on: 21:02:30, 11/08/10 »
But has the photo been Airbrushed? :)

in what way?


TheGUYuk

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #40 on: 21:38:32, 11/08/10 »
in what way?

As they do with adverts, here think this link i found with a search can explain it better as the have a example.
 
http://www.marieclaire.co.uk/news/fashion/473784/debenhams-bans-airbrushing-for-ads-and-reveals-tricks-of-the-trade.html

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Re: The Bradbury Effect
« Reply #41 on: 22:03:27, 11/08/10 »
But has the photo been Airbrushed? :)
No but mickys keks have
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