Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Torque, Oct 24, 2011.
<harveydent> say it!!! </harveydent>
are you serious...
Or that...I just don't like to make a lot of off color jokes a lot.
In their pockets. Duh.
I doubt that anybody would stop to order icecream while Shanghai is being evacuated due to the *gasleak*.
Hmmm maybe they are chucked out upon transformation or converted to an energy source/energon?
I have an idea, how about there is no ice cream !
There is never a bad time to have icecream.
this question is void because there was never any ice cream in there to begin with
That's crazy, I don't want to live in a world where there's no ice cream. Nobody would. All of human engineering, from chemistry to cooking to animal husbandry to cryonics to modern economics, industrial design and business distribution and management systems, have all been for the purpose of getting everyone easier access to more, better ice cream.
No ice cream indeed.
I would feed the trolls ice cream. Everyone likes ice cream, and it makes everyone happier.
except people who are lactose intolerant.
I don't like ice cream.
O.O you poor soul.
How great would it have been if, after scaning their new modes, the doors opened and icecream just poured out the side of the car
A Sea Monster Ate My Ice Cream - YouTube
In the ROTF novel adaptation, two Chinese kids are chasing Skids and Mudflap wanting Ice Cream. Skids and Mudflap split in half, dumping loads of Ice Cream on the ground for the kids. They then re-combine and continue driving.
They have lactaid for that. Medical science is also geared towards the proper enjoyment of ice cream.
You poor, poor person.
Whoa, WHOA! Something just occurred to me. Other transformers grow missiles and bullets and stuff like hair and nails as ammo, right? Could the twins GROW ice-cream? Like, could they have a sustainable internal supply of rocky road and chocolate cybermint?
I find no reason to like ice cream.
That would make me hate the twins more than I hate Devy's balls.
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