Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby Acaila » Mon Jan 13, 2014 9:31 pm

TheRandomPhangirl wrote:"Montparnasse, Montparnasse
He's got an awesome Montparn-arse
But don't let him stop ya
Or he'll garrotte ya
Montparnasse, Montparnasse!"


That is darn catchy!

All I'm gonna say is, 13.5 hour livestream.
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby TheRandomPhangirl » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:05 pm

Thirteen hours?!

Wow. That's one long livestream.
I'm the one to shout "Down with Polignac!"

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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby Acaila » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:24 pm

And that all important half!
Though to be fair, the half hour was probably the non-Mis moments.
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby TheRandomPhangirl » Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:43 pm

Was this the current London cast one the other day?
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby Acaila » Mon Jan 13, 2014 11:21 pm

Yeah, that's how it started. We also watched a bunch of other things, including the penultimate 3NT video, the Duisburg closing, bits and pieces of a whole heap of videos and the full Magical Miztory Tour from Australia, which is absolutely amazing.
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby YoungStudentMarius » Tue Jan 14, 2014 12:45 am

Wow. That is an impressive livestream. I feel like your eyes would hurt at the end of that. Though your soul would be happy.

I ran into an old teacher the other day, and happened to mention that I was building a trebuchet (she's a Physics professor now), and the first thing she said was, "Did you paint "LES MISÉRABLES" in large letters on the side of it?" :lol:
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby Je suis obsédé 24601 » Tue Jan 14, 2014 12:58 am

My grandparents took me to go see the 25th Anniversary production at the Fox Theatre, and as a souvenir, they bought me a really cool shirt. It is dark gray, and it has three pictures of Cosette on it, Gradually changing from red to white to blue. And under them it says Les Misérables. Well, every time I wear the shirt, all of my friends that like Les Mis tell me that they are jealous of it :lol: .

I absolutely love this shirt! :D
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby Je suis obsédé 24601 » Thu Mar 13, 2014 5:21 am

When people say Less Mizerables (like come on...)
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby Mlle de Rosé » Sat Apr 26, 2014 2:36 pm

When the title of your grandmother's old cooking book "Kitchen Revolution In High Heels" really amuses you :wink:
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby TheRandomPhangirl » Sun May 11, 2014 12:57 pm

When one of the songs you're learning has the lines,
"J'aime tes yeux,
J'aime ton front,
Oh ma rebelle
Oh ma farouche


and all you can think of is One Certain Farouche Revolutionary
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby Rachelle » Sat Aug 02, 2014 6:24 pm

Recently I've been following a lot of the London cast on twitter. So much so that I wake up on wednesdays and saturdays thinking 'two-show day today'. I really need to stay away from twitter.
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby Chantefleurie » Sat Sep 19, 2015 7:15 pm

When you want to pass an annoyance off as a joke, you catch yourself on the thought of blaming it on Voltaire and Rousseau.

Yeah, I like the poetry.
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby Ilargi » Thu Nov 05, 2015 11:20 am

You can talk about the June Rebellion as if you had been there (and you actually feel like you were there and lost some friends at the barricades).
You sing "One day more" changing your voice to fit each character... and get frustrated in the end because you have to choose which lines to sing.
You would be perfectly able to orientate yourself in the Paris sewers.

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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby Chantefleurie » Sun Nov 08, 2015 10:09 pm

Ilargi wrote:You would be perfectly able to orientate yourself in the Paris sewers.


Yes, lol! :D I remember myself thinking during that part that it's great life advice in case I'm even stuck in a sewer! :D
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Re: Symptoms of B.A.R.R.I.C.A.D.

Postby 23623 » Mon Dec 28, 2015 4:20 am

The Bricklayer wrote:-You wrote a 4 page paper on the musical and complained about page limits.


I'm so glad that I'm not the only one who have done that!! I've written an essay about musical theater in which I used LM as an example, and a journal on the story itself for a literature course...and I just couldn't remember the word limits when I started writing about LM.

I come back and read this thread again to find more common symptoms :lol:

- You use foreign-language recordings of the musical to try to teach yourself those languages.

Same here! And as a result, you find that you suddenly know some strange words and sentences in these languages despite the fact that your English is still terrible, which makes your friends agog and aghast. And later you try to convert said friends into mizzies by telling them that musical theater makes one well versed in foreign languages :wink:

You want to hit someone when they say it like this: Less (or Laaaays) Miserahb. *Seriously*

Can't agree more. Especially when that someone happens to be the teacher of your literature course and he pronounces Jean Valjean as if it were English :roll:

You sing "One day more" changing your voice to fit each character... and get frustrated in the end because you have to choose which lines to sing.

Yes, yes, yes! I do this all the time!
- You also want to sing every duet by yourself but have to give up on Confrontation finally, realizing that there's no way you can do this unless you're Dr. Jekyll.

Add two more:
- When you watch movies you're considering which LM character should be the best for the actors (Just did it yesterday while watching the new Star Wars movie. And no, it had absolutely nothing to do with Leia suddenly saying "bring him home"!)
- The word "police" has gone from your dictionary and is replaced by "Javert". And whenever you see a policeman you try hard not to shout out "It's Javert!"
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