Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Buk Lau, Apr 3, 2014.
It's not much dumber than the one asking what shoes Shia le Beef was wearing.
The same ones that killed Insecticons in Transformers Prime
Trees that inflict serious damage on TFs
"I'm gonna make you continue to exist in a neat and orderly manner!"
That's a pretty stupid threat.
The kind that King Kong would try to feed Godzilla in King Kong vs Godzilla.
No, someone asked about the brand of shoe Sam was wearing. So if these kind of threads are a disease, I've already got my shots, still hurts though.
Thanks for getting me the last few minutes of my life back! I thought they were gone for good.
I mean shit, I just picked a random page in the movie forum and found this.
Ah, the movie forum. Where common sense and the value of time goes out the window and pointlessness, butthurt, or any relevant movie news fills in.
Not sure. Birch maybe.
how about Pine or Spruce ? or apple trees ? christmas trees for the white house ?
Hold on I got Megatron on speed dial let me send him a text and ask where he was at. We hang now be jealous.
(In all seriousness...I have no frickin' idea, green ones?) XD
i'm not sure. Why are we focusing on trees exactly? I always thought people were focusing on the grass. Not the trees, and especially not the giant robots beating the shit out of each other................
...So, what type of grass was in the forest battle?
Thank You! I forgot the other species as well.
Gotta protect the environment, man. lol
I so sorry Godzilla fans, But I'm pissing my pants laughing.
Definitely CGI trees. Very rare, very expensive, very pointy.
Definitely better actors than the fuckwit human cast.
if you go there you might find a piece of Prime's chest under the cherry tree
So, in a forum board that seems to have fell into a pit of constant rehashes of how Michale Bay is Satan, how the designs of the Cybertronians are abominable, how Megatron was wasted and how Prime was a sociopath monster-
We have a different kind of topic- and you complain? Typical.
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