Quiz the one hundred-and-thirty-fifth: Lips like sugar (Part two)

What’s with this black and white? We’re all about adding some colour this week! Perhaps you’re heading out, or just want to touch up a bit. Take some pointers from these stars.

See also: Quiz the twenty-second: Lips like sugar (Part one), Quiz the one hundred-and-ninety-fourth: Lips like sugar (Part three).


























31 thoughts on “Quiz the one hundred-and-thirty-fifth: Lips like sugar (Part two)

  1. tensecondsfromnow

    This is beneath me to take part in.

    I’ll set the ball rolling with 6 Under The Skin, but the whole notion of you spending valuable time endlessly screenshotting women putting on lipstick is a disgrace and should be a matter for authorities to act on immediately.

      1. Alex Good Post author

        I’m sure I believe you. But others might suspect a likely lad of plotting a false flag operation. I suppose you can provide the police with proof of where you were on the night in question so should be no troubles.

      2. tensecondsfromnow

        The BBC are typical of the media here asking why Tokyo would go ahead with the Olympics at all. The same media who correctly labelled Trump a murderer for his super-spreader events. But when we’ve got a football tournament to promote, who cares about human lives? Put the old and infirm in wheelbarrows and let the bodies pile high…

      3. tensecondsfromnow

        No, it’s about money. They’d gas the lot of us in a second if they can save a buck by doing it. A killer virus is just exactly what they’d want. No coincidence that there’s no media coverage for Scottish hospital after hospital reporting code-black emergency and all we can see on the news is what the England players have for breakfast. This is a plan being executed, as well as the population.

      1. tensecondsfromnow

        But no vaccines offer complete protection. If ten percent of the ten percent get sick and die, you lose a lot of people. But that seems to be the intention. Genocide is the answer our government has come up with.

      2. Alex Good Post author

        I think the vaccines are pretty darn good though. Better than 90%. The only issue with them going forward is if they can keep ahead of the variants.

      3. tensecondsfromnow

        We’ve just spent 18 months campaigning on Save the NHS and having weekly televised backslaps and victory laps about how vital it is. Now hospitals ARE over-run and we’re pretending it’s not happening so we can have some kind of staged sports fiasco.

  2. Over-The-Shoulder

    Alrighty… That was a real tough one, especially as most of the small about I knew had already been taken, but…
    10) The Best Years of Our Lives
    14) The Neon Demon
    16) Fallen Angle?
    18) You Only Live Twice, of course!
    That’s my two pence!


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