Dylan Moran is awesome, and Black Books is awesome :D That little vid has made my day :D Even rejection doesn't seem so bad after watching this vid :P
That was inspired.
Ah, tis good to laugh through the tears. Thanks for that! It made my day.
LOL...ideas do come from the strangest places though!
ah, love this! :)(and that guy looks like a weird cross between Tom Hanks and Matthew McFayden, aka Mr. Darcy...although the Mr. Darcy side could have just been the British accent hehe...)
I did laugh very much English accent and all.Enjoy your week-end;Yvonne.
Classic!!Have a great weekend!
See how resilient writers are: even rejection sparks creativity.Thanks for the laugh.........dhole
Ah, that was great. Thanks for sharing! (The last few seconds were my favorite!)Jessica
Utterly brilliant. Made me LOL! :O)
Thanks for giving me a much needed laugh!
Oh Lord! I may have to steal this for a future post! Love it!
Brilliant! piss-midget. I think I will steal that. I love it. Nobody like the english for truly inspired scathing humour.thanks. I really needed that.
LOVE this! It's always good to get a laugh out of rejection...
This was hilarious! Thanks for sharing :)
Oh, too, too funny!Thanks for the laugh!
"I do hope you're not disheartened by your sudden and violent death" Haha, that was great!
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