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Matt Damon

Spotted at a table next to ours at The Black Cow in Newburyport, MA wearing a baseball cap indoors, the uncouth oik.

No evidence beyond a mysterious pool of liquid left on The Grindstress' seat.
Frazier Cranium

I like Matt Damon.

He wouldn't make me spill my soup though.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

MA-A-A-A-AT DAAAAAA-MONNNN!!!
Grind

I must admit I thought leaving a tip would've been more appropriate.
Dock

24323423534/10 Just for the fact that he co-wrote and starred in Good Will Hunting which was one of the most inspirational and life-changing films I have ever seen. If I ever met him I'd tell him that as well.

Forest

Dock wrote:
24323423534/10 Just for the fact that he co-wrote and starred in Good Will Hunting which was one of the most inspirational and life-changing films I have ever seen. If I ever met him I'd tell him that as well.



That is a great great film.

10/10 Grind
Frazier Cranium

How did it change your life, Docktor?
Dock

Frazier Cranium wrote:
How did it change your life, Docktor?


It changed my life by how it made me realise that you have to celebrate the 'ordinary' things in life, how those things are to be embraced, and also that seizing the day is so important and not to faff about because life will pass you by so quickly it'll make your head spin. To this day I still remember how I felt walking out of the cinema after watching it all those years ago. It was THAT influential to me at that time in my life (27ish).

Frazier Cranium

Nice one.  Too many films to remember used to get me the same.  A lot younger though, if ever I saw a good flick at the Rex in Beeston - and when you're a sprog just about every film is ace at the cinema , I used to run out of the Rex feeling like I could do owt.

Just checking, you mention seizing the day, was that another Robin W film too?
Dock

Frazier Cranium wrote:
Nice one.  Too many films to remember used to get me the same.  A lot younger though, if ever I saw a good flick at the Rex in Beeston - and when you're a sprog just about every film is ace at the cinema , I used to run out of the Rex feeling like I could do owt.

Just checking, you mention seizing the day, was that another Robin W film too?


Frankly no, it wasn't. Close though Codge. It was an often used saying in Dead Poets Society. I like the link though.
Frazier Cranium

Quid pro quo, la'.
Dock

Frazier Cranium wrote:
Quid pro quo, la'.


Er, no. I don't want any record by Francis Rossi. Even if it is only a pound.
Frazier Cranium

Comedy bronze.
Dock

Frazier Cranium wrote:
Comedy bronze.


I was aiming for tin so Bronze is a bonus.
fartcatcher

Was he wearing his baseball hat forwards, backwards or sideways.

Forwards i think it's probably ok.
Grind

It was forwards.

I didn't see the front, but it was a darkish blue and I'm guessing it was probably one of those Red Sox caps with the big red "B" on the front.

I only realised something was going on when the waitress started getting overly attentive at our table.

I was worried I might have inadvertently left my knob out and the superimposed tattoo of Sheeps' knob was showing.
Grind

And, no, I'm guessing that wasn't the tip she was looking for.
Grind

Imagine The Grinstress' utter disappointment when we went back to the same establishment over the past weekend, only to find a total lack of Matt Damon.

Not even a Ben Affleck.

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