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Discussion in 'Fantasy Worlds' started by amygam, May 26, 2012.
I think I saw it unpainted years back. Not very accurate if you ask me. USD 3500 is a joke ...
I thought it inaccurate looking to. And totally agree with that price is a joke.
He looks like... Hollywoodized Hoggle. I think they were trying to inject a little Leonardo DiCaprio into 'im.
But I did see this, yes! Also hi! This is my first Muppet Central conversation
Oh and amygam, mad props for your avatar.
Thank you Plaid! it is awesome, isnt it?
Hey, I'll spend $3,500 on that.
That is, if I happened to be a billionare...
Pretty awesome, yeah, amygam I just shared the magic of Labyrinth with my roommate on Saturday, it was an excellent time. (By the way for whatever reason, watching Henson stuff on Netflix tends to really screw with the recommendations algorithm for me in the best way possible.)
And man, I don't know if I'd even spend that kind of money on it even if I WAS a billionare! If it doubled as a mask, now that'd be a different story
Oh awesome. How did your room mate take to the movie?
Oh man he loved it so much. He dug Ludo a lot, and we both love the band Ludo but he had had no idea that Ludo named themselves after the Labyrinth character!
We also got through the whole movie without any comments on David Bowie's glorious tight pants, I don't know if I feel proud or ashamed of myself
There is a band named after Ludo? Really?! Ive never heard of them. Are they metal or punk or something?
Wow thats impressive to not discuss Bowie's pants while watching that movie. Its like not addressing the pink elephant in the room. I would have been like, "pause the tape!,, you are seeing this right?" lol
Are you blind? You just shocked me! No, no, no, NEVER would I ever buy this!
I would buy it for 3500.- if it was a perfect screen accurate Hoggle.
Yeah, dude! Here's their official site: http://www.ludorock.com/
They're kind of a nerd punk/pop, seriously awesome. If I could recommend any of their tunes, I'd say "Hum Along," "Lake Pontchartrain," and "Topeka" each represent different styles they're capable of. Also their album Broken Bride is the BEST--a 30-minute rock opera about a Time Traveller who stops the zombie apocalypse.
I hope that's a good interesting
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