|John Holmes Motherfucker |
This may be my new favorite typo.
C'mon dude, you're gonna be talking about sex in classic literature and leave out 50 Shades of Grey?
I like this guy. I also approve of "Masty." It's actually a real adjective, meaning "full of mast." What a revelation!
Can I nominate Anna Karenina? All that buildup for zero payoff.
Nope, there was definitely a fart, but it wasn't the lady what blown it. It was the man she was with. There was a later scene where he stuck his ass out the window and farted in the other guy's face.
I wonder if hundreds and hundreds of years from now, people will look at South Park the way we look at Chaucer.
Shit, I'm looking forward to 60 years from now when kids will be able to see their grandparents' stupid Youtube videos they made as a teen.
You're right, Rafiki. The weird thing is I remember specifically noticing that the fart was added when I saw the movie a few weeks after we read it in high school, but I just checked and he definitely farts.
So glad he didn't try and explain the 120 Days of Sodom. So glad.
I recently tried to read that. I made the mistake of skipping toward the end just to see what happens. I had to quit reading it.
|The Mothership |
Playa used Dick in the title, so you know that shit's legit.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
That interpretation from Moby Dick is ridiculous. I can just imagine the "scholars" who espouse this. Insufferable types to whom to everything is a metaphor, and who must project their own weird hangups upon everything. "This spoon is a metaphor for a spoon" types.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
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