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  • Barrett (3: 05: 17 PM): I know, I was going to type out '' I love Rachel Griffiths, '' but in my head, I always say Brenda … or '' Bren '' as Nate was wont to say.

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  • Barrett (3: 05: 17 PM): I know, I was going to type out '' I love Rachel Griffiths, '' but in my head, I always say Brenda … or '' Bren '' as Nate was wont to say.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Barrett (3: 05: 17 PM): I know, I was going to type out '' I love Rachel Griffiths, '' but in my head, I always say Brenda … or '' Bren '' as Nate was wont to say.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Barrett (3: 05: 17 PM): I know, I was going to type out '' I love Rachel Griffiths, '' but in my head, I always say Brenda … or '' Bren '' as Nate was wont to say.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Barrett (3: 05: 17 PM): I know, I was going to type out '' I love Rachel Griffiths, '' but in my head, I always say Brenda … or '' Bren '' as Nate was wont to say.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Barrett (3: 05: 17 PM): I know, I was going to type out '' I love Rachel Griffiths, '' but in my head, I always say Brenda … or '' Bren '' as Nate was wont to say.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Barrett (3: 05: 17 PM): I know, I was going to type out '' I love Rachel Griffiths, '' but in my head, I always say Brenda … or '' Bren '' as Nate was wont to say.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Barrett (3: 05: 17 PM): I know, I was going to type out '' I love Rachel Griffiths, '' but in my head, I always say Brenda … or '' Bren '' as Nate was wont to say.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Barrett (3: 05: 17 PM): I know, I was going to type out '' I love Rachel Griffiths, '' but in my head, I always say Brenda … or '' Bren '' as Nate was wont to say.

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  • Bren agreed, I was trying to think of what it rreminded me of. wonka bar

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  • Bren (or Bren gun) is "a lightweight quick-firing gun used by the Allied Forces in World War II" according to my Mac's dictionary. Compare with Sten.

    October 25, 2011