I guess I should return the chocolates and stuffed animal to the pharmacy, but she’s going to have to accept the porno DVD I got her, it’s a double disc collectors edition and the shipping and handling was $14.95.
X-MEN FIRST CLASS charts the epic beginning of the X-Men saga, and reveals a secret history of famous global events. Before mutants had revealed themselves to the world, and before Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr took the names Professor X and Magneto, they were two young men discovering their powers for the first time. Not archenemies, they were instead at first the closest of friends, working together with other Mutants (some familiar, some new), to prevent nuclear Armageddon. In the process, a grave rift between them opened, which began the eternal war between Magneto’s Brotherhood and Professor X’s X-Men. In theaters June 3rd. O and P.S. Kevin Bacon is in this movie FUCK YEA, he plays Sebastian Shaw who possesses the ability to absorb kinetic energy and transform it into raw strength, whatever that means.
You can call me immature, but this exam answer is hilarious. The best part was it wasn’t just any test, this was the kid’s biology FINAL.
I love music, so when I am watching a movie or a show on television and a fake band takes the stage I am at full attention. If there’s one thing we like better than a good band, it’s a really funny fake band. From metal to rap to folk, we’ve seen them all. After finishing this list I understand there were a ton of awesome bands I left out, so I might have to drop a part 2.
10. Wyld Stallyns – Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure
If we were to stage a battle of the fake bands, Wyld Stallyns would surely emerge most triumphant! What other fake band can claim to have traveled through history and time, hanging with the likes of Socrates, Joan of Arc and Sigmund Freud? They also managed to snag a few historially signifigant babes through their journeys. What Wyld Stallyns lacked in musical talent they surely made up for in “excellence.”
9. Crucifictorious – Friday Night Lights
One town. One man. With one dream – to take these three words – “Christian speed metal” and form the most fearsome yet Christ-like rock outfit Dillon, Texas has ever seen. With the creation of Crucifictorious, Landry Clarke, once seen as a brainiac outcast and wedgie bait evolved into a heavy metal maestro with a godly axe to grind. The addition of super-cute bassist and lesbian, Devin, upped the talent factor while adding an interesting layer of complexity to Crucifictorious’ christian identity. Luckily, we have at least two more seasons of FNL to follow the band’s progess. Hopefully, future gigs will draw a bigger audience than one Tim Riggins.
In honor of the Man vs Computer Jeopardy! tournament coming up next week, I decided this was as good a time as any to post this video of Trebek recording his plugs for upcoming Jeopardy contests. By now we have all seen Bill O’Reilly flipping out. Alex doesnt really flip out on anyone but himself, which is the funniest part. Combine that with him chugging beers between each clip, and this is pure gold. SUCK IT TREBEK!
The first zombie gathering run as a non-promotional event and billed as a “Zombie Walk” was held in October 2003, in Toronto, Ontario. It was organized by local horror movie fan, Thea Munster, and had only six participants. In subsequent years the Toronto Zombie Walk grew tremendously in size.This year the number of zombies cruising the streets rose over 10,000 people, that’s a lot of dead people.
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Hey, how’ve you been? I know we haven’t talked in a months, but I was just thinking about you the other day. I was just kind of reminiscing. We have quite a history, don’t we?
Remember our first time? That was a trip. We kind of got off to a rough start. Not going to lie, I didn’t really like you at first, but you kind of grew on me. That first summer we spent together was really cool, until my parents found out we were seeing each other, then she tried to break us up? We had to meet up in secret. In bathrooms, behind dumpsters, in the backyard late at night. I didn’t care though. I just wanted to see you as much as I could. My parents and all the other adults around me just said I was too young. They said I was being naive, that I didn’t understand. But they didn’t understand, they didn’t understand the hold you had on me.
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You only get one chance to make a good first impression. Attention spans are as fleeting as ever in this world of instant gratification and 140 character limits. A rapper can gain or lose fans in just a few seconds, which is why it’s so important to hit the track hard. Over the course of Hip-Hop’s history, a few songs have become iconic based solely on the opening lines. In no ranking order, here are 20 songs whose opening lines are unforgettable.
1. 2Pac “Hit ‘Em Up” — “First off, f*ck ya b*tch and the clique you claim…” – You half expect him to follow up with “therefore.”
2. Snoop Doggy Dogg on “Nothin’ But A ‘G’ Thang” — One, two, three and-to-the fo’/ Snoop Doggy Dogg and Dr. Dre is at the do’…” – Simple lyrics that introduced arguably one of rap’s most dynamic duos.
3. The Notorious B.I.G “Warning” — “Who the f*ck is this pagin me at 5:46, in the mornin crack of dawnin, now I’m yawnin, wipe the cold out my eye, see who’s this pagin me and why…”
4. Ice Cube on “Straight Outta Compton” — “Straight outta Compton, a crazy motherf*cker named Ice Cube…”
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Johnny McEntee has not exactly taken the college football world by storm — the red-shirt junior quarterback at Connecticut has yet to attempt a pass in a game. But the Servite product’s trick shots video is becoming an Internet sensation, and since I’ve partied and been black out drunk at UConn before I have to show some love. The best is at the end when he goes to the basketball gym, but really the whole video is amazing.
Walking down Bowery in NYC is pretty much like any other downtown street. Stores, shops, bums, business men, fashion forward dressers, and of course, graffiti. There is no way you can not notice the art that covers 190 Bowery. The building takes up an insane amount of space and at first looks, seems abandoned. The front steps are most nights, filled with homeless people sleeping, or just taking in the sites. The windows are covered, and it is easy to wonder, how, why, would a gigantic building in downtown NYC, the heart of the world, be abandoned. It surprised, and even shocked me to find out I couldnt be more wrong.