Discussion in 'January And Everything After' started by Hanzii, Mar 23, 2012.
And you wonder why cats are often indifferent and/or shitty towards people.
He just stares at the world
Planning his vengeance
That he will soon unfurl
That cat looks perfectly happy.
Probably because he's imagining tearing into someone's carotid.
They always look at their happiest before murder.
Well that would explain dogs, too errmmm
I think the difference is that dogs apparently don't feel shame, while cats bury it deep inside and use it to one day claw your eyes out.
Most cats hate citrus. It hurts their eyes or something. SO THAT IS VERY MEAN.
Bah. Wikipedia tells me it's only been 13 years. Although I suppose the original version no one has heard of came out in 1998.
Achtually, as I already posted in the macroing thread:
This nearly always works.
An old roommate of mine drove me nuts with that shit. He just couldn't wrap his head around the fact that not everything happened instantly when he clicked. I'm a bit surprised he didn't have more duplicate charges for online purchases.
I prefer the term "hickster."
The multiverse of Tom Fontana TV shows, and how they all connect:
You have to go through the entire Star Trek catalog to reach Knight Rider?
I know how some of those connect (crossover episodes of Homicide or cameos by characters in shows like Law and Order and X-files), but how do others? How does X-files and Buffy or Malcom in the middle connect?
More expansively, see here.
MUNCH WAS I NBUFFY AND MALCOM IN THE MIDDLE?
Now I gotta find those eps just for shits and giggles.
Is NBUFFY some kind of Whedon variable?
Munch was in X-Files, Spike and the Cigarettes Smoking Man smoke the same fictional cigarettes.
Heh I didn't notice before (and it's missing on that chart) but he's even referenced as an American contact for SCU on Luther.
OHAYOOOO, Raikaa-chan desuuu~
These workmen are installing cast-iron bollards to stop nurses from parking on the pavement outside the Royal Hospital in Belfast . They are cleaning up at the end of the day.
Can you spot why they're not going home?
Hahaha, wow. That's excellent.
They're going home just fine. Those bollards are removable. Also the building is in Manchester not Belfast.
I'm not going to lie, I sincerely thought the joke was that they were shoveling up all the shit from the bedpans the nurses threw out the window in retaliation.
Oh man. I want to like that, and yet I know I should not...
OMG, bollards? I never knew what to call those. "Pylons" seemed so unspecific.
Separate names with a comma.