Katie Mellish

UK

#405 Jan 30, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
<quoted text>
Are they into CFNM? You know Sir Arthur likes that sort of thing. Tell her she is a very precious woman.
To Sir Arthur it would not surprise me one bit if they pratice CFNM,whoe i can just picture that scene with Broken Arrow dressed and her boyfriend stark naked.I can just picture her asking him to pour her another Pernod bomb and be quick about it.Then i can picture her asking him to light me a cigarette and place it between my lips.I can imagin her addressing her boyfriend by his surname as well.Sir Arthur i will tell her she is a very precious woman when i see her or if she calls round i will get her to leave a message for you on this forum.All the best Sir Arthur-Katie Mellish xxx
Katie Mellish

UK

#406 Jan 30, 2013
Katie Mellish wrote:
<quoted text>To Sir Arthur it would not surprise me one bit if they pratice CFNM,whoe i can just picture that scene with Broken Arrow dressed and her boyfriend stark naked.I can just picture her asking him to pour her another Pernod bomb and be quick about it.Then i can picture her asking him to light me a cigarette and place it between my lips.I can imagin her addressing her boyfriend by his surname as well.Sir Arthur i will tell her she is a very precious woman when i see her or if she calls round i will get her to leave a message for you on this forum.All the best Sir Arthur-Katie Mellish xxx
I think i have been a little bit to graphic with the CFNM scene-OH NO you know what this means i dont believe it ive gone and had another Freudian slip OMG not another one.
coyote

Halifax, Canada

#407 Jan 30, 2013
Katie Mellish wrote:
<quoted text>To Coyote dont you know how to COCK?-Katie Mellish xxxxxx.
Do Now---tks ! KM u just gotta be careful about interfering with 5'6" straight up man and Broken Arrow by giving too much contact with that self serving beast Sir Art.....c'mon "tell her she is precious"--- hilarious !!!( darn ribs !)

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#408 Jan 30, 2013
Katie Mellish wrote:
<quoted text>I think i have been a little bit to graphic with the CFNM scene-OH NO you know what this means i dont believe it ive gone and had another Freudian slip OMG not another one.
Never mind Katie, this is all in good humour. I'm sure she is a nice girl and they make a good couple. But send her my appreciaton just as well. Tell her to leave a message for us and tell us something about herself.
Katie Mellish

UK

#409 Jan 31, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
<quoted text>
Never mind Katie, this is all in good humour. I'm sure she is a nice girl and they make a good couple. But send her my appreciaton just as well. Tell her to leave a message for us and tell us something about herself.
To Sir Aarthur i sure will.Katie xx.
SLC

Arlington, VA

#410 Jan 31, 2013
coyote wrote:
<quoted text> OMG I am glad she does archery I think- I can visualize an apple on the head of her 5'6" fella and you two deciding who shoots first- one with a Pernod Bomb and the other with a jug of perry....stop it plse. Get mm on the line WTF- broken arrow- lost atomic bomb.. sure wasn't john wayne or walter brennan !! at least I hope not- Katie does Broken Arrow know if it was nominated for any awards ??? LOL At the RUFC eh !! I'm so glad to have that tidbit of info !!! LOL
Actually, the original Broken Arrow stared Jimmy Stewart and Jeff Chandler, with Debra Paget along as eye candy.
Katie Mellish

UK

#411 Jan 31, 2013
SLC wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually, the original Broken Arrow stared Jimmy Stewart and Jeff Chandler, with Debra Paget along as eye candy.
To SLC hello again thankyou for that information i was wondering who stared in it i will remember that thanx-Katie xx.
coyote

Enfield, Canada

#412 Jan 31, 2013
SLC wrote:
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Actually, the original Broken Arrow stared Jimmy Stewart and Jeff Chandler, with Debra Paget along as eye candy.
your pal would have taken her identity from Broken Arrow 11 I assume---- Jimmy S., Jeff C.- guns, torpedoes, spears, swords--OK- but nuclear missiles ?????
Katie Mellish

UK

#413 Jan 31, 2013
coyote wrote:
<quoted text> your pal would have taken her identity from Broken Arrow 11 I assume---- Jimmy S., Jeff C.- guns, torpedoes, spears, swords--OK- but nuclear missiles ?????
To Coyote hello if i remember the term broken arrow was used in a film about a stealth bomber that had been stolen by a renagade pilot.The stealth bomber was armed with a thermo-nuclear bomb or two.Maybe MM can help us out here i have seen the film but i missed the title-i had to go and powder my nose.-Katie Mellish xxxxxx.
coyote

Enfield, Canada

#414 Jan 31, 2013
I'll guess Clint Eastwood, Sly Stallone, Roger Moore or CaDad.... will wait patiently.....
Katie Mellish

UK

#415 Jan 31, 2013
coyote wrote:
I'll guess Clint Eastwood, Sly Stallone, Roger Moore or CaDad.... will wait patiently.....
Funny.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#416 Feb 1, 2013
coyote wrote:
I'll guess Clint Eastwood, Sly Stallone, Roger Moore or CaDad.... will wait patiently.....
None other than Sean Connery in the James Bond movie "Thunderball" about a stolen H-bomb. A more fitting name than Broken Arrow anyway.
Cadad would only be involved if they stole somebody's clothes.
coyote

Halifax, Canada

#417 Feb 1, 2013
Okay-- guess he has always been typecast so not likely suitable for Bond movie in which usually the females are the gender having their modesty violated...
coyote

Halifax, Canada

#418 Feb 1, 2013
...."and I'll say it again !"... naw-sorry
coyote

Halifax, Canada

#419 Feb 1, 2013
Chandler may have played the role of Apache leader Cochise in the movie as JS was US Army officer trying to quell some unrest- dunno about the nuclear thing- maybe they feared Pancho Villa had obtained a missile and were trying to locate the canyon where he was hiding it ??? Cochise likely suggested code name Broken Arrow...
SLC

Arlington, VA

#420 Feb 1, 2013
coyote wrote:
Chandler may have played the role of Apache leader Cochise in the movie as JS was US Army officer trying to quell some unrest- dunno about the nuclear thing- maybe they feared Pancho Villa had obtained a missile and were trying to locate the canyon where he was hiding it ??? Cochise likely suggested code name Broken Arrow...
Broken Arrow, 1996 movie starring John
Travolta and Christian Slater. As stated, plot involved a stolen nuke. Only got a 5.9 from the denizens at the IMDB which ain't too good.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115759/...
Katie Mellish

UK

#421 Feb 1, 2013
SLC wrote:
<quoted text>
Broken Arrow, 1996 movie starring John
Travolta and Christian Slater. As stated, plot involved a stolen nuke. Only got a 5.9 from the denizens at the IMDB which ain't too good.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115759/...
To SLC thankyou for this information,so the film was called broken arrow-cheers-Katie xx.
SLC

Arlington, VA

#422 Feb 1, 2013
Katie Mellish wrote:
<quoted text>To SLC thankyou for this information,so the film was called broken arrow-cheers-Katie xx.
If you are not already familiar with the IMDB data base, I suggest visiting it when questions about particular movies or particular actors come up. It's a mine of information. They also have reviews of movies and ratings. Unfortunately, sometimes the ratings are distorted for certain movies that have a cult following. For instance, the movie, "Night of the Hunter," which is, IMHO, one of the most boring and worst movies ever made, is rated at over 8 because it is a cult movie.

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#423 Feb 1, 2013
Thunderball, in spite of its age, 1965, is still a great movie to watch, both visually and its sound effects. The title song, sung by Tom Jones is also great.
It was a British production, which showed Hollywood how to make films of quality, both visually and sound effects. Not as good as the even earlier Bond films "Goldfinger" and "From Russia with Love" which remain quality movie classics.
Hollywood tried to make American imitations of these hugely successful British movies, but failed miserably. Certainly no one could match the British actor Sean Connery as the suave British secret agent, and no one has done ever since.

All these 3 early Bond movies have a rating of 7+ on Imdb, but I would give them 8 or 9 anytime.
Katie Mellish

UK

#424 Feb 1, 2013
SLC wrote:
<quoted text>
If you are not already familiar with the IMDB data base, I suggest visiting it when questions about particular movies or particular actors come up. It's a mine of information. They also have reviews of movies and ratings. Unfortunately, sometimes the ratings are distorted for certain movies that have a cult following. For instance, the movie, "Night of the Hunter," which is, IMHO, one of the most boring and worst movies ever made, is rated at over 8 because it is a cult movie.
To SLC thankyou i will take your good advice-cheers Katie xx.

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