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BloodRedRoses

you know of alot of stories so i wanna run one by
you and see if u know it it is about a guy that
dies and then wakes up in a drug dealers body the
drug dealer od while have sex with his meth girl
friend and the man puts a stop to her doing drugs
and helps his new mother out by using the horse
races he starts a harem and stops his daughter
from being raped while in his new body and she is
also apart of his harem. do you know of this
story's name ? any help would be nice thanks for
reading.

Oyster
Updated:

Play it again, Sam by POL

http://storiesonline.net/a/POL

http://storiesonline.net/s/56558/play-it-again-sam

Abs
Updated:

Play It Again, Sam by POL

:) Guess I was too slow looking it up

BloodRedRoses

thank you i have been looking for it for a few weeks

red61544

Which is proper: "do-over" or "do over"? Doover is just weird. Is it a guy who dooves for a living? The White Cliffs of Doover just can't compare to those in Dover!

Oyster

Doover is of course the colloquial (and wrong) comparative of doofus and thus, while it may correctly describe the main character it is not the correct word to use in this context.

Do-over is the noun and thus, in most cases, the correct spelling when referring to the stories in this genre.
Then again with the horrible Adam Sandler movie (Do I have to say horrible here or is that already a given when I mention Adam Sandler?) sharing a name with the genre I believe we need a new name for it.

richardshagrin

@Oyster

I believe we need a new name for it.

How about "White Cliffs"? The reference is to the white cliffs of Do-over.

Replies:   Wheezer
Wheezer

@richardshagrin

How about "White Cliffs"? The reference is to the white cliffs of Do-over.


I'll help hold him down if someone will beat him about the head & shoulders with a book of puns.

Replies:   Capt. Zapp  MarissaHorne
Capt. Zapp

@Oyster

Then again with the horrible Adam Sandler movie...


First time I've seen a 0.5 rating. I don't care for many of his movies anyway.

Speaking of movies. Anyone have recommendations for really good do-over movies? I don't mean ones where the same day is repeated over and over like 'Groundhog Day'.

Replies:   awnlee jawking
Capt. Zapp

@Wheezer

Just send him to the Comic Strip in Xanth

rkimmelerre

I don't know any good do-over movies, but for books Replay by Ken Grimwood is fantastic. As is The First Fifteen Lives Of Harry August by Claire North. Replay is similar to the usual stories you see here, with a man basically just trying to live his life. Harry August is one of a society of serial immortals and essentially wages war across multiple lifetimes.

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
awnlee jawking

@Capt. Zapp

Apologies for being too lazy to look it up, but I would expect that you'd find a list on the tvtropes website.

AJ

Replies:   Capt. Zapp
MarissaHorne

@Wheezer

Not harsh enough.

Clap soundproof headphones on him and force him to listen to Vera Lynn. Over and over again.

Replies:   Wheezer  sejintenej
red61544

Everyone knows that a doover is one who goes deeper than a diver!

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Capt. Zapp

@awnlee jawking

Apologies for being too lazy to look it up, but I would expect that you'd find a list on the tvtropes website.


Thanks for the tip. TVTropes actually didn't give me much in the way of titles, but it did lead me to a site on the wayback machine that listed not only movies, but books and TV shows as well.

Wheezer

The TV series, "Heros," has a lot of do-over elements in the plot line. One of the characters can jump back & forth in time and is attempting to change past events to prevent a future catastrophe.

Wheezer

@MarissaHorne

Clap soundproof headphones on him and force him to listen to Vera Lynn. Over and over again.

Hey, I just suggested a severe beating. What you are suggesting crosses the line into cruel & unusual punishment. :^P

Ernest Bywater

@red61544

Everyone knows that a doover is one who goes deeper than a diver!


Everyone knows the doover is the thing right beside the doohickey, and just below the thingamajig.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@Ernest Bywater

Everyone knows the doover is the thing right beside the doohickey, and just below the thingamajig.


I thought it was next to the whatchamacallit.

Replies:   richardshagrin
richardshagrin

@Dominions Son

doover

I think he was the president before FDR, or maybe J. Edgar Doover, the head of the FBI.

Replies:   red61544
red61544

@richardshagrin

I think he was the president before FDR, or maybe J. Edgar Doover, the head of the FBI.


Then it's also a vacuum cleaner, isn't it?

Crumbly Writer

@rkimmelerre

I don't know any good do-over movies

Rather than do-over, you might try looking for reincarnation movies (there's a new one about a dog currently appearing in commercials which comes to mind).

sejintenej

@MarissaHorne


Clap soundproof headphones on him and force him to listen to Vera Lynn. Over and over again.

PLEEEEEEEEESE. She won the second world war (assisted by John Wayne)

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