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Re: James Bobin Q&A - His replies to your questions

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 4:27 pm
by kellysouthpaw
ASmallTurnip wrote:I've finally been able to slap myself across the face and pull myself together enough to say:

James - if you're reading this, thank you. This was an amazingly kind thing to do. And you really didn't have to do it - you've probably got all kinds of things to do, and are likely dog-tired from all the endless hours of work that have gone into making and promoting this wonderful show. And yet you've done this lovely thing for a bunch of strangers on the internet who are, quite frankly, possibly mad as pants. It makes me genuinely laugh with pleasure to think that I've had the chance to ask James Bobin excessively long and involved questions, and he's answered them with such good-natured aplomb. You sir, are a gentleman, and I hope I get the chance to shake your hand someday. Maybe pinch your bum too, if you're very lucky, and I'm peed as a newt.*

Good luck with everything you do, and may your beautiful new baby sleep through the night and never try to swallow Lego. You deserve nothing less, my friend.





* I would never pinch your bum. Well, it's not very English, is it? Unless you're from Leeds.


I just can't say it enough, Turnip ---> :iloveyou: :hug:

Re: James Bobin Q&A - His replies to your questions

Posted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 5:18 pm
by ASmallTurnip
**Awkwardly nudges the dirt with toe, blushes.**

Thanks, man. That means a lot to me. You're a real peach, you know that?

Re: James Bobin Q&A - His replies to your questions

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2009 1:15 pm
by The Talking Stove
Thank you James, very interesting and very kind of you to indulge the fans :)

I'd pinch your bum also. I wouldn't even need to be drunk.

Actually, I'd prefer just to give it a little pat.

I'm not sure where I'm going with this.

Bye!

Re: James Bobin Q&A - His replies to your questions

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2009 2:39 pm
by SheWolf
Aw don't objectify James. He's English you know? He'll probably turn 10 shades of red. I'd like to just shake his hand and say "Well done sir." :)

Re: James Bobin Q&A - His replies to your questions

Posted: Sat Mar 21, 2009 9:28 pm
by Venus
ASmallTurnip wrote:I've finally been able to slap myself across the face and pull myself together enough to say:

James - if you're reading this, thank you. This was an amazingly kind thing to do. And you really didn't have to do it - you've probably got all kinds of things to do, and are likely dog-tired from all the endless hours of work that have gone into making and promoting this wonderful show. And yet you've done this lovely thing for a bunch of strangers on the internet who are, quite frankly, possibly mad as pants. It makes me genuinely laugh with pleasure to think that I've had the chance to ask James Bobin excessively long and involved questions, and he's answered them with such good-natured aplomb. You sir, are a gentleman, and I hope I get the chance to shake your hand someday. Maybe pinch your bum too, if you're very lucky, and I'm peed as a newt.*

Good luck with everything you do, and may your beautiful new baby sleep through the night and never try to swallow Lego. You deserve nothing less, my friend.





* I would never pinch your bum. Well, it's not very English, is it? Unless you're from Leeds.


:rolls:
Oh Turnip, my fellow Londoner. From the short time I've known you on these boards, I just wanted to say that you're amazing! :D

Evidently James has nothing to fear if he meets any WTF Forum members on the streets ;)

Re: James Bobin Q&A - His replies to your questions

Posted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 2:51 pm
by Deirdre
Thanks to James and Sherry for putting this together. :thumb: And also thanks for all the great questions from the folkers.

Re: James Bobin Q&A - His replies to your questions

Posted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 9:25 pm
by Sherry
SheWolf wrote:and Jemaine being the biscuit horder = I so knew it! :D


While trawling old stuff for an article I am working on I found this snippet and thought of you :lol:

Jemaine was asked this question

What qualities do you most admire in your friends and others with whom
you associate? Which qualities do you like the least?


He replied

J: I admire generosity. Whether they're generous with their time, effort or biscuits.
I don't like people who complain about other people. Like Bret for instance. Just Joking

Re: James Bobin Q&A - His replies to your questions

Posted: Fri Mar 27, 2009 10:48 pm
by Carol
I just read the Q&A today. Simply marvelous. Great questions, WTFers!

What a super guy to take his time to answer the questions--and he went quite in depth on some of his responses. Not too many people would do that.

Sherry, you're a gem, my dear! You made it all possible. :prayer:
And Turnip, you never cease to amaze/impress me! (I so wish I'd been on here ages ago! I am having a wonderful time reading all the stuff here.--But catching up is a bit of a bear for these weary eyes. :shock: )

Re: James Bobin Q&A - His replies to your questions

Posted: Tue Mar 31, 2009 3:53 pm
by SheWolf
Sherry wrote:
SheWolf wrote:and Jemaine being the biscuit horder = I so knew it! :D


While trawling old stuff for an article I am working on I found this snippet and thought of you :lol:

Jemaine was asked this question

What qualities do you most admire in your friends and others with whom
you associate? Which qualities do you like the least?


He replied

J: I admire generosity. Whether they're generous with their time, effort or biscuits.


:o Cool! 8)