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  1. Is he icing his nuts because they're so damn heavy to carry around?
    8 points
  2. Yeah but he named one of his most used spots after his love for skinning defenseless cats. That's still pretty messed up.
    7 points
  3. “Double mayo, double onion...motherfucker!”
    5 points
  4. If anyone wants ever wants to chat with me about panic/anxiety toss me a PM. I dealt with that shit for 4 years, still do on occasion but it is a lot better than it was so trust me it gets better. I was near rock bottom with it at one point and I've come along way. It gets better.
    5 points
  5. Sounds like that really rubbed him the wrong way.
    4 points
  6. Keith Olbermann is also the single most talented sports broadcaster of all time. That will get you as many second chances as you will take.
    4 points
  7. Bloody funny Avengers: Infinity War ending:
    4 points
  8. Working. (A smidge anti climactic after all The hullabaloo)
    3 points
  9. Have your tried turning it off and on again?
    3 points
  10. Melraz finding this thread is gonna be the highlight of this season Of course he shows up right when Acuna blows out his knee so I am blaming him for that
    3 points
  11. Those cats were never defenseless, he was fighting for his life against them and their onslaught of lasers.
    3 points
  12. I've been going through Chris Jericho's second book recently and got a kick out of how much of a dick Vince McMahon is to Jericho for no real reason at all -When Jericho was honoured with the Order of the Buffalo Hunt by the Manitoba government -an award for his charity work and success that had been given to the Pope amongst others- Jericho asked Vince if he wanted to mention it on Raw to which Vince responded "That's a stupid name. It sounds like something Fred Flintstone would get." -When Jericho invited Vince to his wedding, Vince said "Winnipeg? Why would I want to go to Winnipeg?!"
    3 points
  13. From @midorino_ossan on twitter
    3 points
  14. So in trying to make Nia a she-hoss they're taking a page from Big Show's book and having her constantly go from heel to face?
    2 points
  15. I trusted Satanico once, it seems to have turned out alright. If you need me, I have to go beat some technicos with a club.
    2 points
  16. Think you need to update your avatar to something more cheerful. Congrats Sam!!!
    2 points
  17. No its great and the driving force behind the art of pro wrestling. The common mistake people make is this idea that a heel would not want to be cheered. The Horsemen had fans at Center Stage and they never went out of their way to insult them. Instead they would use them to get more heat "Its nice to see a few fans with some class." There is no reason Alexa can't be nice to a kid in her off time and still be a heel. There are lots of real world heels who occasionally do nice things.
    2 points
  18. That seems a little dark but I'm open to it.
    2 points
  19. And @Dolfan in NYC should have shown mel the college football thread that way he can antagonize @Robert C in two threads
    2 points
  20. Congrats, @Sky Blue Sam!
    2 points
  21. Props to rotherham and Coventry.
    2 points
  22. I don't pretend to be a Star Wars aficionado or anything and have no idea if the Would That it Were So Simple guy is good, bad or indifferent but would a large part of the issue be that Star Wars fans don't want to see anyone but Harrison Ford as Solo?
    2 points
  23. 2 points
  24. That was incredible. I have no dog in this fight and I found myself pulling for Lebron because I want to see the greatest postseason performance in NBA history continue.
    2 points
  25. I wish Bollywood was a thing earlier, so we ended up with Bolleawood Hogan.
    2 points
  26. So who did Leary steal these lyrics from?
    2 points
  27. To be fair, it does sound like something Fred Flintstone would get.
    2 points
  28. Now we'll never know what he thought about the Von Erichs' drug use.
    2 points
  29. Give this man a job at Marvel Studios stat. (Cosmic Marvel from Annihilation through The Thanos Imperative is probably my favorite Marvel anything ever)
    2 points
  30. Big Brother but with Dan Harmon, Chevy Chase, Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, David O. Russell, Lily Tomlin, and fuck I don't know drunk Ric Flair cyborg.
    2 points
  31. Here's the first post from the first thread of this season: ... Yup. Games start on Thursday.
    1 point
  32. As soon as Chris Paul's hamstring died, I knew this was inevitable. I sighed. I whined. I dreaded it. I even turned the game off after the first couple of minutes in the fourth to run from it. I hate you, Thanos.
    1 point
  33. Among other things, cute emoji. I could go into it more, but I don't think you can handle non binary answers.
    1 point
  34. One thing that can't really even be debated anymore: he's the best game 7 player ever.
    1 point
  35. I'd argue that Cabello's pretty good at this pop thing:
    1 point
  36. I am not certain Otis is taller than Hornswoggle
    1 point
  37. When Vince croaks, there's no better song to set a video package to for him than this:
    1 point
  38. It might but the new estimate of $83M for the weekend is BRUTAL for it. Worse than Justice League and this has nothing to do with the game but the overseas numbers are just as bad.
    1 point
  39. Man, I love Klopp. He, along with Simeone are my 2 favorite managers. Their personalities are totally 180, but their passion and love they have for their players is special.
    1 point
  40. Best wishes mate. I'm waiting to see one, got the letter in April finding out it's not till August.
    1 point
  41. I really wish we could have had a Braun Stroman cameo on Married..with Children.
    1 point
  42. Freddie's "AIDS period" (and fucking yuck to that phrasing, btw) started WELL before his 1987 diagnosis of AIDS. The way the disease works is this: you get HIV however you get it (sex, needles, transfusion, being born to an HIV+ mother), have it for a while -- years -- usually asymptomatically, and then when the virus starts attacking your white blood cells, that's when you get diagnosed with AIDS. If the disease has progressed to the point you get diagnosed with AIDS, especially in 1987 -- you will die soon. AIDS kills you by allowing any disease that your body normally would fight off easily can kill you. You don't die of AIDS, you die with AIDS. There were rumors of Mercury being HIV+ since the early 80's. And if you aren't aware, literally not figuratively literally hundreds of thousands of people died in the 1980's to the "Gay Man's Plague". This story has the ability to show one of the most talented, influential musical legends and how his life paralleled that of a hedonistic generation of gay men in Europe, Australia, & America, and tell a larger story of what it meant to have this disease that carried not only a death sentence, but a social stigma, that left thousands orphaned from any kind of basic human treatment (on top of being gay or pansexual or however Mercury chose to identify). He held fear in his heart about what his diagnosis meant for his career and his fame, until the week of his death. He was an icon. He could have been a hero. A beacon of light to a generation of INCREDIBLY talented men and women we lost to a horrible, horrible, horrible disease. But he wasn't. That's Freddy Mercury's legacy. And THAT is the story they should have made. Not Brian May trying to fucking figure out why Freddie wanted to add god damned orchestral pieces to a 6 minute song.
    1 point
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