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In response to: Santa Got Framed by a Grandpa

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of a user in his/her mind that how a user can know it.
Thus that's why this post is great. Thanks!
PermalinkPermalink 07/30/14 @ 11:19

In response to: Unified Chuck Cunningham Theory

Matthew [Visitor]
My solution for what happened to Chuck - Howard caught him boning one of his male team mates and poured him down the memory hole. What could be worse for a middle class, Milwaukee family than having their eldest son outed as gay? Howard and Marion made him leave - he probably transferred to UC - Berkeley and had a great life in SFO. Ritchie, Joanie et al. were told never to mention his name ever again, and Howard and Marion made like they only had two kids. Sadly, this would be a completely plausible thing to do in the 1950's.
PermalinkPermalink 07/20/14 @ 18:45

In response to: Santa Got Framed by a Grandpa

A housewife takes a lover during the day, while her husband is at work. Not aware that 9 year old son was hiding in the closet. Her husband came home unexpectedly, so she hid her lover in the closet. The boy now has company. Boy: "Dark in here." Man: "Yes it is." Boy: "I have a baseball." Man: "That's nice." Boy: "Want to buy it?" Man: "No, thanks." Boy: "My dad's outside." Man: "OK, how much?" Boy: "£250." In the next few weeks, it happens again that the boy and the mom's lover are in the closet together. Boy: "Dark in here." Man: "Yes, it is." Boy: "I have a baseball glove." Man: "That's nice." Boy: "Want to buy it?" Man: "No, thanks." Boy: "I'll tell." Man: "How much?" Boy: "£750." Man: "Fine." A few days later, the father says to the boy, "Grab your glove. Let's go outside and toss the baseball!" The boy says, "I can't. I sold them." The father asks, "How much did you sell them for?" The son says, "£1,000." The father says, "That's terrible to over-charge your friends like that. That is way more than those two things cost. I'm going to take you to church and make you confess." They go to church and the father alerts the priest and makes the little boy sit in the confession booth and closes the door. The boy says, "Dark in here." The priest says, "Don't start that sh*t again."
PermalinkPermalink 07/13/14 @ 02:07

In response to: The Amazon Kindle's Annie Little

chau tinh tri [Visitor] ·
The forth reason Annie Little is so loved: She is breathtakingly beautiful. What red-blooded man wouldn't want her to have his baby?

PermalinkPermalink 07/11/14 @ 00:07

In response to: This is not Bill Gates's Daughter

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PermalinkPermalink 06/11/14 @ 03:22

In response to: The Many Ways A T-Rex Can Get in a Building

Pablo [Visitor]
Here is your answer: (fisrt of all, excuse me for my poor english)
If you remember, the park was being prepared for a future opening. And the visitors center was under construction.

Watch this frame of the movie:

You can see de workers. And the extreme right and left windows at the front of the building are without glass, but covered with plastic (specially the left one). T. rex of the movie could get in to the building without problem across this last window. In fact, that's preciselly what yo can see at the end of the movie.

Check this frame:

Greetings from Uruguay!
PermalinkPermalink 05/31/14 @ 13:00

In response to: Natalie Portman vs Megan Fox

Naomi Roberts [Visitor] ·
Are you guys insead?
you really meaning that a cover girl from disney and harvard can replace the beaty quen Megan. ;)
Well,Im really sorry to say this but its obvious who looks hotter
And for more Megan ist not artificial.She is for reall D:
Till the and a MEGAN DEENISE FOX LOVER-FAN.Luv u <3
PermalinkPermalink 05/25/14 @ 07:31

In response to: Harold Ramis Responds to the Wolf Gnards

Daniel [Visitor]
Agree with Hobbit on this...
The last day doesn't make sense. Phil has to basically at least talk to everyone in town before the party. That's besides accomplishing the various tasks. Why would he need to see his piano teacher once his acquired the skill and why is she saying 'I'm his teacher' if he's only showed up once with full competency?
The one that is the most telling is being the 'Doctor'. Assuming that he doesn't have any medical skills, he would have to learn everything from scratch with only the resources available within town (remember the storm). Not only would he have the become a very knowledgeable doctor, but would have to come up with a miracle cure, after all, the old man was not only cured during that day but went thru a major transformation ( cleaned-up, and at the party with family ). I'd say the doctor bit alone, teaching yourself thru gleaning information and learning on your own thru trail and error would take an eternity. That is why I'm saying that 8 years is not enough, more likely a few HUNDRED.
PermalinkPermalink 04/20/14 @ 03:42

In response to: The Law of Diminishing Jean-Claude Van Dammes

Dave White [Visitor] ·
I think Double Impact proved a long time ago that Van Damme + Van Damme != twice the excitement. Van Damme it all to hell.
PermalinkPermalink 03/31/14 @ 10:44

In response to: Craptain America: How Much Does Captain America Poop?

Dave White [Visitor] ·
Well, it's still better than going to the bathroom after Ryan Lochte...

I wonder if Cap is wearing some sort of astronaut undergarment so that he can just keep dropping deuces without interrupting his busy crime-fighting schedule. That might explain why his batch is totally smooth.
PermalinkPermalink 03/31/14 @ 10:41

In response to: The Mystery of the 3 Seashells

Elback [Visitor]
"Commas" go inside the "quotation marks," you smart guy you.
PermalinkPermalink 03/28/14 @ 15:36

In response to: The Mystery of the 3 Seashells

Nick [Visitor]
It's "their", not "there", you fucking idiot.
PermalinkPermalink 03/28/14 @ 08:17

In response to: The Irony of the Ironic: Hipsters Don't Understand Irony

Jive Dadson [Visitor]
Is the author being ironic when he misuses "begs the question". "kitsch", and (alas) "ironic"?
PermalinkPermalink 03/14/14 @ 21:08

In response to: The Irony of the Ironic: Hipsters Don't Understand Irony

Jive Dadson [Visitor]
Is the author being ironic when he misuses "begs the question" and "kitsch"?
PermalinkPermalink 03/14/14 @ 21:05

In response to: Indie Girls Deconstructed

SV [Visitor] ·
I agree with Tina. Pretty stupid. Sorry.
PermalinkPermalink 03/13/14 @ 21:33

In response to: Best Fictional Martial Arts Techniques

Bob [Visitor]
No kamehameha from Dragon Ball Z or Hokuto Shinken from Fist Of The North Star?
PermalinkPermalink 02/27/14 @ 11:52

In response to: Five Ways to Switch Souls

Molly [Visitor]
@ewurama, I am assuming like some sort of site(like how face dub works) but you put in the names
PermalinkPermalink 02/25/14 @ 18:58

In response to: Harold Ramis Responds to the Wolf Gnards

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In response to: Indiana Jones was a Hipster

Mattguyver [Visitor]
Don't forget the sling bag otherwise known as man purse.
PermalinkPermalink 02/22/14 @ 12:18

In response to: Back to Back to the Future: A Tale of Two Martys

tieu dung [Visitor] ·
Assuming that all Marty's set the time circuits for a destination that gives them too little time to save Doc from the Libyans, all subsequent Marty's will thus have to continue travelling back in time to escape the Libyans. This means there will be a near constant flow of Marty's appearing at Peabody's farm on the morning of Nov. 5th, 1955. And they'll all be arriving at the same time and in the same location. This means endless Marty's in multiple time machines will all be trying to occupy the same space at once. Pretty sure that would blow up the universe. - See more at:
PermalinkPermalink 02/21/14 @ 08:03