Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by Fucker, Sep 30, 2016.
I haven’t watched this yet but the thumbnail alone is fuckin sending me tbh
The fact that an Australian cooking Youtuber I follow put a video up today in which they attempted to cook a steak on a grill in their backyard and it was immediately stolen by a passing raven.
conversation from a super niche podcast I'm listening to
Flow: What's that thing you always say?
Cabbage: "I'm not driving you to the hospital?"
Flow: No the other thing. The thing about crafting.
Cabbage: "Sucking at something is the first step to being kinda good at something?"
Flow: No, that's Jake the Dog.
Cabbage: Oh! "Better not perfect than not done."
"Oh, yeah, I'm totally vaccinated for measles."
Man bikes from Poo Poo Point to Pee Pee Creek. Yes, in actuality.
The hero we may not need, but definitely deserve.
Dan Olson just posted a video about the Ralph Bakshi LotR movie that contained a several-minute tirade about the legendary "do Balrogs have wings" argument, featuring several appearances of Balrog the Street Fighter character, Melkor depicted as Edward Cullen, penguins, "Jolkien Rolkien Rolkien Tolkien," and concluding with the very important question "if Balrogs have wings, why couldn't they just fly the Ring into Mordor?"
Incidentally, because of this video, I have now discovered there is a LotR movie script written by the guy who made Zardoz, and it contains a scene wherein a 13-year-old Arwen kisses a broken sword, then kisses Boromir and Aragorn with blood on her mouth, and then they passionately kiss each other. There is a Frodo/Galadriel sex scene, the backstory of the Ring is conveyed by a song and dance number in the Council of Elrond involving a dog and a "Sauron" who is described as looking like Mick Jagger, and Gandalf commits an anti-dwarf hate crime.
(Source: Tailsteak's "The Paladin's Guide to Life")
What the many levels of fuck. I have no idea if actual conversations are going on in the notes here or if people just started making random shitposts, but... what.
That post is a work of abstract art and I love everything about it. Seriously, w h a t
I was at a larping event this weekend. There was a guy there getting footage and voice recordings for a podcast he does about gaming. His name was Mike. At one point we were talking about what to call him, because we all have fake names.
Mike: Can I be New Mike?
Us: No, that's New Mike.
New Mike: [turns around and shows us "NEW MIKE" printed on his fighting tunic]
Mike: Can I be Old Mike? I'm 47.
Tosc: My name is Mike and I'm 48. I'm old Mike.
Mike: Can I just be Micheal?
Us: The most famous player in our game is named Micheal. Pick something else.
Mike: Other Mike. Just Mike. Mikey. Anything.
Us: I don't think there's an Other Mike yet.
And then we got a sword and dubbed him Other Mike in a weird ceremony.
I don't know why, but this is so funny to me:
This person is my new hero
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