Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by G-FETT, Jul 1, 2007.
I blame Zod.
Thanks, but I've got a feeling the stage crew would fall apart without its glorious leader.
@PrincessKenobi - I blame Dinkleberg
March onward glorious leader.
What the..? Please tell me that was faked...
Blocked at work. =/
There's more. Here's my favourite of the awkward family photos:
The caption for the first one cracked me up.
'No one was too small, furry, or wooden to be part of this accepting family'
Come on guys...awkward family pictures?
Damn, that's a funny site...
This thread has taken an interesting turn. o.o; -backs away slowly.-
I loved the one with all of them in the windbreakers. Such 80s/early 90s thing to do. My old church directory was filled with family photos like that. Big matching hair was a common occurrence.
In the late 80s I used to tease my bangs up and spray the hell out of them; I'd spray the sides of my hair too. I think I'm personally responsible for global warming.
Aww, that's so cute! It reminds me of when Rumble was my nemesis!
I never put stuff in my hair at all. It makes my hair feel odd, which I don't like.
@anakinfansince1983 - Ill remember that when the ice caps melt and we all start living out Waterworld...
I don't anymore but I've been through quite a few phases.
It's going greyer by the day but I'm waiting until the grey becomes blatantly obvious before I start putting stuff in it again.
That makes sense. No sense using it for a small gain.
I've got a small amount of grey hair which I've had all my life. Never dyed it, despite being told to.
I've found a few gray hairs. x.x;
I always wear my hair down. No color or anything in it at the moment. The most I'll do is straighten it if I feel like it.
Ug...be glad you still have hair. Good thing I've always worn a baseball cap anyway.
My hair is gray around the edges now, but I was too lazy to treat it with peroxide for the last few months. So it's part silver, part golden now. Not overly elegant, but ... so what ...
On Sunday, my kid told me:
"Mom, everybody should have his own, personal Emperor."
Kid: "Yeah, like you. You're my Emperor."
Crow: "I'm your-"
Kid: "Yeah, you are, and I'm really glad that you don't know how to do the blue lightning."
Only minutes later, I managed to get charged by gradma's rug, and when I touched my kid, he jumped back:
"Blast! You can do the lightning!"
Reminds me of how my friend to day at work tried to explain to me what happens and that movie that's come out, Jack the Giant Slayer or whatever and kept calling Ewan McGregor's character Obi-wan while explaining it to me.
That's exactly what I did today when telling my dad about it, lol. But the annoying thing is that he said "Which one's Obi-Wan? Is that the little short guy?" *face palm all the way to the moon and back*