I Like Tintin

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 46 People

    Yay For Tintin!

    I used to watch Tintin when it was on TV as a kid, and was totally obsessed with it. I named a soft toy dog 'Snowy', despite it being yellow and brown. "I hope you enjoy your stay in Kathmandu," was a quote I used to say a lot (from the Yetti episode ["abominable...
    swallowsflight swallowsflight
    18-21, F
    Dec 22, 2008

    I Miss That Show... Capt. Haddock Was the Shiznit!!!

    BILLIONS AND BILLIONS OF BLUE BLISTERING BARNACLES!!!!!!!!
    drcynic drcynic
    26-30, M
    4 Responses Dec 28, 2007

    Awesome!!!!!

    I've got all the comics and a few DVD's too. He is brilllllllll!
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    1 Response Apr 2, 2008

    Tintins Twin

    I adored this programme as a child, so I loved it even more when I had his human twin in my class at College, he just needed the little white dog!
    LauraNorder LauraNorder
    22-25, F
    Aug 7, 2010

    I grew up on Tintin during my childhood.

    What a fantastic adventure series for any young boy to immerse himself in. Traveling around the world, one fresh adventure after another. Who could forget the salty Captain Haddock with his hilarious verbal insults? Blistering barnacles! At the very heart of it all, it is...
    TheRedTie TheRedTie
    31-35, M
    1 Response Jan 12

    It is so ironic that

    after the terrorist attacks in Brussels many people are using images of a crying Tintin to show their solidarity, when Tintin's creator Herge was the opposite of a sympathiser of Islam http://borduriaforever.blogspot.com.es/2012/10/herge-didnt-like-moslems.html?m=1 I'd rather...
    Cierzo Cierzo
    46-50, M
    Mar 22

    I Watched the Anime

    And it's cool adventure. I also have the BD (comics). I read Spielberg is gonna make a Tintin movie for 2009. I hope they're not gonna choose a faggat to play Captain Haddock. Update 20/05/08: I realized the Spielberg Tintin will be an anime too, and although I think I'll...
    deleted deleted
    26-30
    May 1, 2008

    A Whole Stack Of Tintin Books

    When i was no more than say 7 years old , i read Tintin for the first time in a magazine called children's digest.The story,The Seven Crystal Balls ,was one of the first Tintin stories that had come out and it turned out to be rather fun reading.A few years later, i read the...
    RedEyesBlackDragon RedEyesBlackDragon
    51-55, M
    Sep 15, 2013

    Ok, So I Was Looking For Some Sheet Music Or Tabs...

    Of the theme song when I came across the following dialogue: "I love the opening music so much I've installed it onto my computer, so it plays whenever it shuts down... Does this make me the saddest person ever?" "Only if each time you switch off your computer...
    maydaybandit maydaybandit
    22-25, F
    May 29, 2009

    Tintin in the Land of the Soviets (Tintin #1)

    is the Tintin comic book I've read recently. Tintin was too often being thrown away from so many vehicles in this book episode :P I found something interesting tho: Damnitski! :D http://keitheaverage.tumblr.com/post/27499626182/damnitski
    araishere araishere
    36-40, F
    1 Response Feb 21

    Heck Yes

    when I was little, I absolutely could NOT miss tintin. my favorite episode was the one in egypt with the cigars.
    cassandrathethinkerbleedsteal cassandrathethinkerbleedsteal
    18-21, F
    2 Responses Dec 21, 2007
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