Discussion in 'Community' started by VadersLaMent, Apr 18, 2013.
Your "immediately" added 183 further posts. With your psot rate that is like 1 or 2 for anyone else.
I'm a posting whore.
....you object to that one Verizon commercial with the black family dressed as SW characters for Halloween, and you think of more...appropriate choices the dad dressed as Jabba the Hutt could've dressed up his infant daughter as than Slave Leia.
(Seriously, did nobody who made that commercial think things through? Why couldn't the dad be dressed as Dagobah Luke with the daughter on his back dressed as Yoda? Or he be dressed as Chewbacca and her disamssembled C-3PO? Or sticking with the dad as Jabba, the daughter as Salacious Crumb? Really, the above choices are less squicky than what they went with...)
...you watch This never before seen The Empire Strikes Back teaser trailer and think, "Land-ow? Wtf? It's pronounced Land-OH!"
...you relize all the Waterworld characters probably had terrible scurvy.
When you watch the Doctor Who 50th anniversary trailer more than a few times to try and see what you missed the first time.
You think Katy Perry's song "Dark Horse" should be about the comics.
...you wonder if the toilets of Rivendell are as nice as the rest of the city portrayed in the films.
Forgive me if this is a repeat. I can't believe I didn't put THIS in here:
Sir, the possibility of successfully navigating an asteroid
field is approximately three thousand, seven hundred and twenty to one.
No, no, no, no, no. The odds of successfully navigating an asteroid field would be 1:3720, not the other way around!
Odds are the ratio of what you want to what is left. I don't think there are over 3,000 chances of a person actually making it through an asteroid field.
(Though I guess there are: which way to turn, juke, and corkscrew around various asteroids)!
...when you hear the word "sting" you think of Bilbo's blade first then the performance artist.
Actually, I think of the sword first, then the movie, then the singer.
You laugh uncontrollably when some comments on your cool 12 back Luke Skywalker figure because its actually a 65 back figure from ROTJ....I'm bit embarrassed to say it actually happened haha
As a boy I bought the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual even though I didn't have anyone to RP with and would spend countless hours looking at the drawings of the creatures and reading their descriptions, special abilities, alignments etc. and imagining the world they all lived in.
I happened upon that book in a Service Merchandise when I was 10 years old exploring a new neighborhood and thought, 'Cool! Monsters!'. I got it home and had no idea what I was reading. Hit points? Armor class? Frequency? Then it had adverts at the end. I talked my parents into getting me a Dragon Magazine subscription, and I...uh...well...aquired Endless Quest books from a local hobby store without the use of currency.
I also had a subscription to Dragon Magazine.
Were you also a fan of the Saturday morning cartoon from the 80's Dungeons & Dragons?
Oh yes. I have the dvd set which someone was awesome enough to get me for Christmas years ago.
You order a beer because it has the word Jedi in it.
Has any cigarette manufacturer went as far yet to make a brand called Death Sticks?
...you look at THIS slide show about "obscure marvel characters" and...
1. Squirrel Girl is obscure? What moron wrote this?
2. Stingray, I could quote his height and weight
3. I own a Torpedo comic
4. Sasquatch? See #1
5. Blue Diamond: I own a Dragon magazine issue with his Classic Marvel RPG stats and even went to th elength of cutting out the dotted line pages and laminating the character stat pages.
6. Whizzer, lol
You wonder what kind of shampoo the elves in LOTR use.
He's not an elf.
Probably ball sweat.
That makes sense actually.
except elves don't sweat, which would mean they'd have to use man sweat and then orcs could smell them from like 40 miles away.