Author Topic: The Precocious World of Bindy Irwin  (Read 975 times)

Offline Phillip Dampier

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The Precocious World of Bindy Irwin
« on: January 24, 2008, 12:58:41 pm »
She really gets on my nerves.  The demon seed... Bindy Irwin... WEIRD.  Always showing the wrong emotion at the wrong time, like her worst moment just after her father died: ("I did not cry when my daddy died," (giggles and smiles)), always wayyyy too perky... always making me want to throw something at the television.  Obnoxious.

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Re: The Precocious World of Bindy Irwin
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2008, 02:07:28 pm »
She sounds like one of those little kids on the grape-juice commercials, dutifully reciting some 30-year-old copywriter's notion of what a kid talks like.

Her mom sounds a bit scripted, too.



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Re: The Precocious World of Bindy Irwin
« Reply #2 on: January 24, 2008, 08:26:54 pm »
Well, I loved Steve Irwin. He's another person whom I did not know personally, but his death hit me very hard.

Somehow, I think maybe he was a little like Bindi when he was a child. She got his personality (plus some). He was always wildly enthusiastic. At first I didn't like it so much because I'm very low key, and it seemed like an act. But as time went on -- I could tell that he was a very genuine person. Bindi gushes. But I love her because she's Steve made over.
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