Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Capirus, Sep 26, 2019.
Pinky and the Brain
Can you be straight edged if your body is made of drugs?
Can the Matrix of Leadership blow up the Death Star?
If you became a green lantern, what would the first thing you would make?
Does your dream girl have blonde hair?
What if diglet was the ground itself the entire time?
A hot dog
My life is a lie
If you don't feel the effects of the drug then yeah.
A green Zeo Megazord.
Biggest Pokémon in existence.
If you're made of the right drugs you can be as straight edged or non euclidean as you want.
"That's not how the force works" OR "The ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of The Touch" (either way, yes)
The Adam West Batmobile
Dream girl can have any kind of hair she wants
Then the tops are just growths? Cool.
When is the Godzilla vs Kong trailer coming out?
Is there a term when you switch words in a phrase to have a different meaning? Like "birds of prey" into "prey of birds"?
Do you thonk Hound ever used his holograms to practice dancing?
How can you tell that you've had a little bit too much to drink?
"What seems to be the Ocifer, problem?"
Bake 'em away, Toys!
If a m1 Abrams tank battles a T-Rex, which company would be the first to sponsor the fight?
Do you really want to hurt me?
Do you really want to make me cry?
How many villagers can you make in Animal Crossing: New horizons? Is it just one just like the island itself?
What disease does Pajama Sam have that turns his skin blue?
Is it weird that when I saw a news article titled "Ruby Rose leaves Batwoman" that my first thoughts were "Okay, when did the RWBY/DC comics crossover happen? How long did it go on and why was Ruby dating Batwoman?!" because I didn't know the actress' name was Ruby Rose?
I don't know, but the fight would be caught off by PETA and they tank and T-rex would team up in the second half against them.
Depends..... *suspicious squinting* Did....you....steal.....the cookies from the cookie jar?!?!?
Pacific Pharmaceuticals. remember they sponsored Kong in 1962.
(I'm talking about some idiot in a movie)
After thinking for a few days, I do realize that I'm kinda..... terrified of being proven wrong and open up more about my taste in media I consumed?
I do have a few times where I'll like to bring up an opinion I have or talking more about piece of media that I did enjoy for a bit, only to suddenly stops and never bring it up anymore due to afraid of being judged for my taste and being called out as an "idiot" for having a wrong argument. I did realize that this isn't ideal, but I just can't help fear of trying to talking more about my opinions, only for everyone else to point out that I'm completely wrong and screaming that I'm an idiot.
It's okay to feel like that. Everyone does. Heck, can't tell you how many times I stopped talking because I didn't like the idea of everyone hating on me. Something that will help is realizing that the people yelling at you for having different opinions, really don't have good, logical thinking or acceptance themselves. if their first thought after hearing some one say something like, I dunno, "I don't really like Rick and Morty" is to call them an idiot because "its the greatest show of all time, how could you not like it", then they just want you to think like they do more than wanting you to try and enjoy it. its more likely to drag someone away further from liking it. If someone doesn't share the same opinion on something, then that's cool. It shows you can think about what YOU like. You don't need to like everything that everyone else does.
TL;DR. It's cool to have different opinions, just be nice to others about it and don't let jerks turn you away from having yours.
Rick and Morty is a gift from God you must like it or die.
(I've actually never seen it nor do i plan on it)
Is it bizarre to having fantasy or having some rough idea of your own movie, TV show or Anime out of nowhere?
For some reason, I'm currently have an idea of the plot of my own "Gundam Build series" out of nowhere. it sounds a bit nonsense, but here's a plot summary of my "Gundam Build series" that maybe sounds a bit bollocks:
20 years after the original Gundam Build Fighters, Gunpla battle has taken on another alternative format which is called "Gunpla Racing Grand Prix", which involves several Gunpla Racing" teams which consists of gunpla builders, racers and pit crew members; Each of these teams participate in various racing formats and races against racers from other team, and as weaker teams been eliminated from the tournament, the races become more challenging and leaves only the final 10 teams to participate in the Finale Racing Royale at which the final champion would be decided with incredible rewards. The way the racers would control their Gunpla for racing would be more like the Mobile Trace System from G Gundam instead of how it's done in your typical Gunpla Battle; This method of controlling makes the gunpla more maneuverable and has greater response speed (As well as making the races more intense for audiences), but (Just like the Mobile Trace System from G Gundam) using this control method also means that any damages that the Gunpla took during the race would also been directly sent to the racer's sense; If the orso of the gunpla was hit, the racer would also feels direct pain from said damage instantaneously.
The story follow a 16 years old Japanese girl (Which I'll call by Setsuko for now) and her racing journey as she participates as a Gunpla Racer in the 5th Gunpla Racing Grand Prix. Setsuko was formally a popular school idol who lives with her step father since she was a child, and everything went fine with their life until Setsuko's step father was severely injured to comatose state by an unknown person, and as their financial status getting more desperate due to various medical bills Setsuko was forced with no choice but to become a call girl to pay the bills.
These all changes when a male childhood friend (Which I'll name Jason for now) accidentally meets her as a call girl once. Despite shocked by Setsuko's decision of become a call girl, Jason emphasizes with Setsuko's financial situation and suggested her to become a Gunpla Racer to stand a chance to win incredible price money to pay for the bills. As Setsuko joins the race, she did manages to meet various friendly rivals, races against other racers, forming a friendship with a few of her rival racers and crew members..... but as she and her crew team continuing on with the tournament, Setsuko would find out more about her past, her true parentage, her step-dad's former status as a Gunpla Racer champion, all of this leads up to a more conspicuous, sinister plot involving Setsuko, her friends, and her step-father....
Yeah, that's..... kinda bollocks.
If you could eat the same meal for all eternity, who would you kill to eat a different meal?
Why is it when someone is eating a sandwich, that person is considered a sad lonely individual?
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