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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by TorontRayne, Jan 3, 2015.
People that hate to keep their back yard in order.
I used to live in a city that had a park area where one could go running. I really liked that area. In that park, on a hill, was a museum-piece (I guess) 88 flak gun. You could sit on the seat(s, I think there were two) and fiddle it etc. Not shoot though.
Million dollar idea.
A reboot of the origins of Xavier and Magneto as young men but recontextualized to the modern world.
Xavier is a twitter activist writting for Buzzfeed about how being a #Mutant is great, but always keeping it subtle as if #mutant was just some cool millenial trend while sending subliminal messages in his tweets and articles to everyone with an X gene.
Meanwhile Magneto is a Juggalo, a latino Juggalo. He punches nazis and shit, he is the one who inspired the ICP to sing about magnets in the first place. He picks Magneto as a name because he is a second generation latino so he doesn't know much spanish and thus he just goes Spanglish and just adds an O at the end. The Bortherhood of Mutants is just his Juggalo Posse.
Where do I get my check?
It's at the bottom of this sack. Come on, grab it- *SNATCH* OFF TO THE RIVER YOU GO
I won't fall for that, again.
Ho boy, definetly not digging the "I will now talk as if I am an academic expert on topics of narrative but all my rethoric and terminology comes copied straight from TV tropes, down to the incorrect use of the term Trope" schtick that has gotten so popular recently.
A bunch of leftists banned from reddit created their own boards:
Banned from reddit? What for?
Here's full story:
Oh, I see, another safe space.
When I was a kid I thought George Foreman and Gary Coleman were the same person. Their names where similar so I constantly mixed them up which led to hilarious mental images when someone explained to me that the Foreman grill was invented by a Boxer and I pictured Gary Coleman in Boxer Gear beating people up. It all ended when I turned 14 and I realized they were different people.
Do we have any Irish NMA'rs? Looks like hurricane Ophelia is headed that way. Stay safe bros and ladies.
That gif is great.
Brain: Hey we have been steadily losing weight thanks to the diet, maybe we shhould take up jogging to help it along.
Knee currently in resting position while I put pants on: Hmmm I wonder what it would feel to bend backwards for no reason.
That's particularly fun if you have 140kg on your back performing squats and deadlifts.
I've never watched "It's always sunny in Philadelphia" until I watched the Trashman bit on youtube. Is the show always this funny? Because I could totally get into it.
I could re-watch the entire series and enjoy it just as much as the first time I watched it. Am I saying every second of every episode is gold? No, but the characters are some of the most hilariously fucked up, broken, damaged people ever dreamed up for a comedy series I've ever had the pleasure to see on television.
Every episode of that show I've seen was a blast. However, I never watched it thoroughly, just an episode here and there when I saw it on TV.
Maybe I should watch it now...
As a kid, for a time I thought the same of Christopher Lee and Frank Langella; also (when much younger) of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing... (and briefly even of Brian Cranston and Phil Hartman.)
When I was a teen I thought David Spade was raped in his limousine by his ex-con limo driver. It was actually young rapper Little Bow Wow. And it was never proven to have actually happened.
Well that's understandable, they both played Dracula in the 70s.
I used to have a hard time taking figures of speech literally as a kid. I remember some scene in Star Wars where someone discussing the bounty on Solo says he has a "price on his head". I thought it meant he literally had like a grocery store price tag stuck on his forehead.