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|The voice kept calling me 'Bruce.' In my mind, that's not what I call myself.|
It turns out he calls himself Rum Tum Tugger.
|Family Matters: Steevil and Carlsbad|
The sudden, runaway popularity of the Urkel character is what prolonged the show which probably would have been cancelled and been remembered if at all as just another obscure, anonymous short-lived ABC family sitcom, but it just dragged on and on with increasing buffoonery involving wacky mad-scientist gadgets. Jaleel White ended up being paid a (for the time) almost obscene amount of money per episode at one point, if I recall correctly.
|Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy - Cancer Boy |
It's OK, his marrow's just low.
|Kung Fu Cobra Cat|
This is exactly how fights went down between people where I came from.
|Skyrim Mod: MLP:FIM|
Goofy, yes. Stupid, yes, but also a textbook example of how Bronies seem to be compelled to mix the object of their obsession with other things, even though, you know, they shouldn't. It's like the ultimate embarrassing and creepy version of people mixing their fandom obsessions together, whether via creepy crossover fanfiction/fanart, senseless video mashups (like setting the intro one of their favorite shows to the theme music of another) etc. because IT'S TWO THINGS I FREAK OUT OVER AT THE SAME TIME!!
|Two Cats on a Ladder Battle|
Ha ha, your...kung fu is...only so-so! Come back and face me again...when you are ready...maybe in a hundred years! Ah ha ha ha...Ah ha ha ha...Ah ha ha ha...
|Field Expedient Weapons, Modern Macuahuitl |
Man, either your macuahuitl is the genuine article or it's not - unless yours has rows of obsidian blades, then get the fuck outta here with this babytimes bullshit.
|Ernest Borgnine, 33rd Degree Freemason|
Don't you get it? The rank and file are not initated in the true mysteries of the Order, only the elite and privileged few who rise up the ranks! There, you get to learn all about the horrific secrets and see how the Masons have been a guiding hand of human history all the way back to Atlantis!
Or something like that. Because, well, you know conspira-kooks.
|Gravity Falls - Lazy Susan|
TvTropes itself does not dissapoint - under the listing of "Tropes" for the character voiced by Schaal:
Magic Skirt: For some reason her skirt stays in play despite the crazy stunts she does.
Zettai Ryouiki: Grade D.
That last one, mind you, is for a "Trope" (a term which in the hands of the tropers has been rendered meaningless, beaten to death and then weighted down with rocks before being tossed in a lake) defined as thus: "Absolute Territory" (zettai ryouiki in Japanese) describes the area of uncovered thigh between the skirt and the stockings that's apparently a total magnet for Male Gaze."
TvTropes: Keep on creepin'!
On a non-creepy note it seems Lazy Susan is voiced by Jennifer Coolidge, which I did not know until I looked it up.
|Gravity Falls - Lazy Susan|
This isn't a bad show, which I was introduced to by both POETV and the conspira-nuts who've been going apeshit over the sinister "symbolism" within i.e. "In Disney's latest show, Gravity Falls, they show everyone which masters they truly serve. They really don't give a shit who knows it, either" and "As soon as I saw the symbolism I truned off the TV and told the kids not to watch this Illuminati brainwashing!"
Also, I'm not so surprised that it's only been 5 episodes or so and the internet has proven once again it's one big support system already in place to facilitate the rise of creepy fandoms for any sort of entertainment in any medium - the legions of Tumblrite creeps and TvTropers and such have discovered the show, and, welp:
I'm not surprised or anything, sure, fanfiction, fanart, stupid memes, whatever but why do people gotta be creepy about it.
|Batman's a Creepy Stalker|
Only slightly more awkward than the time Batman was caught stalking Mo'nique.
|The Big Bang Theory - Unaired Pilot|
I can't belive it every time some geek or nerd whines about how this show is negative stereotyping, you'd think they'd be flattered at being portrayed as hard-core science professionals who manage to somehow attract instead of repel human females who aren't creepy nerdettes themselves.
PS The IT Crowd is hardly like the Big Bang Theory in re:portrayal of nerds (unless you're talking about the unsold American remake pilot, which was like a pre-BBT) the IT nerds are portrayed as obnoxious, anti-social, condescending and unable to realize why those are bad things.
|The Big Bang Theory - Unaired Pilot|
Yeah, if it were more accurate the show would be about four IT department guys stuck in go-nowhere "computer janitor" jobs blowing most of their money on pop-cultural genre garbage and acting like it makes them unique and superior as opposed to all of those mundanes with their boring gray lives of getting outside and meaningfully interacting with people, obsessing over video games, posting long screeds on message boards about women are all vapid sluts can't appreciate nice guys like them and only want douche jocks and dudebros, and one of them would be a triple-chinned Brony and another would brag about his virtual Lego constructions.
|New Ad Urges Hipsters To Go To Applebee's Ironically |
I've only eaten at Applebee's a couple of times - I wouldn't say they were great experiences but I and the people I was with got our food in a timely fashion, the transaction went without any hitches which is all I ask for from any restraunt of any sort - then again at a TGIF's we did get the prissy waitress (on a day when there was barely anyone in the place) who acted like us ordering food was the most offensive thing ever done to her, for whatever reason. We asked for drink refills at one point and her face screwed up into the tightest scowl I've ever seen, she came back with a tea pitcher and just sort of clumsily plunked it down with a "HERE!"
Of course, I was once at this supposedly somewhat upscale Italian joint with some friends and what had been advertised as a class establishment definitely wasn't, our waiter switched from completely ignoring us to treating us with ill-concealed contempt and the food came out cold and covered in thick layers made up of globs of cheese and we made a polite complaint and the manager came out acting all huffy and acted like we were ingrates who should have been glad to be allowed to crawl into his establshment, much less be allowed to order food.
|we should not encourage this behavior in walruses|
|Reporter Goes Undercover In Chinatown By Wearing Silk Robe|
ping pong wing wong flied lice
|Terrified Kitten Won't Back Down from Rottweiler|
but that kitten'll stand his ground, and he won't back down
| Proof Positive that Conservatives Are Happier than Liberals |
According to our totally unbiased study [partisan group x] is [better/faster/shinier/happier/smarter] than [partisan group y].
|Alan Wake: Night Springs TV show|
"Why should I trust anything you say? You're HITLER!"
|Cat Turns Treat Monster|
My grandmother had a yellow-and-white cat that would get things like cat toys and treat bags in it's mouth and not let go - occasionally after successfully pulling the item away from the grip of human hands he would then shake and worry the item like a terrier with a rat.