Final solution is to not give that geebag the oxygen she so obviously craves....
Shocking stuff. RIP.
Roger Moore passed away last night in Switzerland .
The first of the Bonds to pass away, wasn't my favourite Bond but he bought a unique stylishness and humour to his roles.
RIP Sir Roger
Fucked up shit in Manchester.
Apparently he had recently declined permission for the Tories to use his image in some promotional thing.
Would it be in bad taste to say that that news will raise an eyebrow?
"RIP Bond!" Many's a villain has wanted to say those words.
Ye, I had read that over the last few weeks and to be honest, he hadn't been resident in the UK in nearly 40 years.
I think most people remember the work that he did as a patron for the UNICEF
I've never watched a Bond movie in full... but probably my favourite Bond line was by Moore... he is leaving an Alpine lodge, with a gorgeous lady under a bear rug who cries to him as he leaves "But James, I NEED you!"... his answer? "But so does England"... and with that, he was gone.
Pedant Alert: David Niven was the original James Bond, (in the original Casino Royale, with the original Vesper Lynd) & not Sir Roger. RIP.
Ah bollix. Goodbye Mr. Bond
Pedant Alert: He was not the original James Bond. Casino Royale was released 5 years after Dr. No and wasn't an official Bond film as it was more a skit than anything else
Roger Moore RIP. my favourite bond in my favourite bond movie with Jane Seymour still the best looking Bond girl. Great signature bond song aswell
Me'h, he was no George Lazenby!
My favourite Bond film line......
Connery strapped to a table with an unfeasibly large laser heading towards his goolies.
"I hope you don't expect me to talk"
"No Mr. Bond, I expect you to die"
Good old OPERATION GRAND SLAM!
Touche Mr Bond. You are surprisingly difficult to kill.
One mans salt is another mans sugar. Live and let die still holds its own. Moore was great.
Moore's double entendres. "I've got to go Darling somethings come up"
And the Grandaddy of them all from Moonraker, with Maggie T the recipient, courtesy of Q, no less.