No, he'd be a Pumbloom.
Oh my god do you remember the episode where Ash caught a Pumbloom?
This exchange reminded me that I made one of those gamcube startup things with that on the end, and I could never get the stupid thing to post anywhere.
He meant he was 400 lbs due to not being able to shit because of how scary the elevator shaft as a floor would be. Thus rendering his asshole unable to open ever again. Don't be such a cunt.
But wouldn't he remain the same weight as all the things that become shut are already in your body?
Reminds me of when i used to play video games with my dad... then cry because he didnt let me win.
My Mom's boyfriend kept murdering me with the Monitor mode in halo 3 and he wouldn't tell me how to do use it, so I called him a jerk, and he sqeezed my knee so hard that I cried. This was like 8 years ago, and my Mom is still dating him, and I still resent that peace of human trash.
I've said this before, and I'll say it again, all the development for pretty much every character is just retreading development that's already been established for these characters, and when it's displayed here, it feels like everyone has taken a step back. The only real exception I would say is Carolina, she actually does learn something new that wasn't covered for her already.
You know, Temple as a villain wasn't that good to me, and I really didn't care until he fucking messed with Caboose. That scene in the jail cell had me screaming obscenities for five minutes straight. I wanted to see that asshole go down. So, even though I didn't like him most of the time, the writers still got me to hate him.
I mean sure you can either establish an actual villain or just show him kick a puppy on camera.
“The universe is large. There are new places to explore. Some filled with beings of unspeakable power. Other with creatures of light and creatures of darkness. In the dark corners we can find strange, unfamiliar things – and stranger still, familiar things in unfamiliar shapes."
This sounds really Dark Souls-y, and I'm not really sure that these ideas will merge with RVB that well. Regardless, I'm curious as to what Joe has planned, but Season 16 is going to be make or break for me tbh.
Also, nonbelievers are looked down on and treated with general suspicion in some quarters. It was relatively easy to come out as a boy who likes other boys, but I'm still gun-shy about coming out as an atheist.
The relative anonymity online offers an opportunity to talk about these things without worry of blowback from a judgmental friend or neighbor.
I think the reason for the whole sexuality versus atheism is that good Christian folk see anything other than heterosexuality as being a sickness that they can cure, and that there's nothing wrong with the individual, while they see atheists as their moral opposite.
I am a Christian and have been all for gay rights from the start.
I never said that all Christians are anti-gay, most of the ones where I live are very accepting, but the ones I know still view the act of being gay as unnatural and wrong, even if they offer full support of the person.
We haven't been together super long, but he was playing the Last of Us and I just started suggestively rubbing my hands all over his body during a boss fight which took him forever to beat, and then he passed it to me for one of the more difficult stealth sections, and he did me so much worse.
Needless to say, I did not finish that section of the game.
I can imagine that old-skool NSP fans wont like it as much
Because their low-budget, 'doing it out of their backyard' presentation was the entire charm of their comedy back then.
It's not as funny or interesting when you have incredibly high production (comparatively) for a bunch of 8th grade sex jokes. At this point they is a dichotomy between 'don't take us seriously' with their music, and 'look at our production value/tour dates/connections, take us seriously' with their presentation.
Well, I don't really care about the production values, I think that they can make gold with whatever amount of money they have, but the whole song, to me, sounds exactly like every 80s song, except it's about masturbation. There's no kick to it, none of the NSP flavor that's usually there, like even in the cool patrol song you can feel it, but if you put this in a shuffle mix with Heaven is a place on Earth, Stacy's Mom, Jessie's Girl, etc. there's nothing about this that stands out at all from those songs. It's good certainly, but I feel like this is going to be one of the more filler type songs on the album.
This is the single most peaceful time of the history of mankind, no countries are waging war against each other, as bad as civil wars are, they are nothing compared to an actual war.
I'm not saying we aren't at peace, but I am saying we're dangerously close to war.
It sounds exactly like Stacy's Mom, and Heaven is a place on Earth, and like all their cover songs. I don't know, it doesn't really give me that same fuck yeah NSP vibe, that their other songs do. The song is perfectly okay.
Obama was in an impossible position. He didn't know everything about the investigation into the Trump campaign until the general election cycle had started and Trump was saying the election was going to be rigged.
Imagine how people would respond if Obama said Trump was in with the Russians and Mitch McConnell said he was a lying while Trump was saying the election was going to be rigged.
He literally said that the election was going to be rigged, that was pretty ballsy, looking back.
Poor Mitt must feel like he's on crazy pills. Tried to warn everyone about Russia in 2012, and democrats laughed at him. Tried to warn everyone about Russia in 2016 and republicans laughed at him. and Now russians are blocking him from cabinet positions too.
It's like Russia is Mitt Romney's very own Mr. Snuffleupagus.