Hot Tweets Cool Treats

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby Rico » Thu Sep 20, 2018 12:57 am

Holy shit! I was just showing a co-worker the Rosebud Frozen Peas bit from the Critic the other day and this has literally moved me to tears.

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby beatbandito » Thu Sep 20, 2018 7:27 am

It is incredibly well done, and the "I've just been handed a card to read..." is a cincher.

also TIL Pinky and The Brain's VAs look more like their characters than the Archer cast.
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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby Mongrel » Sat Sep 29, 2018 6:29 pm


Fresh - RAW - meat is actually loaded with vitamin C. Dude can't even carnivore right in the first place.

(This is not an endorsement of such an idiotic diet - none of us are lost on an ice floe trying to survive an arctic winter with nothing to eat but seals)


EDIT: Another good one:
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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby nosimpleway » Sat Sep 29, 2018 7:51 pm

Vitamin C is probably the easiest micronutrient to get adequate-to-excessive dosage of. Meeting your need for vitamin C is right under meeting your need for calorie intake when it comes to the lowest possible bar for your diet idea to clear.

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby Grath » Sun Sep 30, 2018 1:10 am

I also liked this reply:

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby Brentai » Sun Sep 30, 2018 11:13 am

I think I'll call you Gomarr Pyle.
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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby Mongrel » Tue Oct 16, 2018 7:01 pm

A friend of mine just shared a hell of an observation:

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby WingSounds » Tue Oct 16, 2018 8:31 pm

As someone whose family was (and extended-wise, is) heavily involved in MEATS PREPERATION, it physically hurts me to see all these carnivore fad diets. Chances are if you can guess where my EF is on the prairie, you can guess my rambling, but, a lot of them are vegetarian. When I was a kid, there was none of that 'now eat your brussels sprouts, you know you won't like them but they're good for you'.

We had cabbage and broccoli and caramelised onions and it was all awesome. Naturally, because I am a carnivore myself (har har), I also love meat. But I feel like a lot of the try-hards out there, anyway, rambling. It's pointless, but it makes me laugh. Also, thanks for letting me live twitter vicariously through your captures, folks.

... But anyway, fossil fuels were mostly cute lil' algaes, right? So, it wouldn't be necromancy like a big skeleton or whatever. (Nothing against big skeletons, especially big dino skeletons.)

Instead, imagine something like Matango! I think that's hella cute, too. That's the sort of necromancy I'm for, anyway.

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby Büge » Tue Oct 16, 2018 10:47 pm

Could a sufficiently powerful enough necromancer reanimate a piece of chalk? :thinking:
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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby WingSounds » Wed Oct 17, 2018 12:08 am

I'm sure your question will be answered in the inevitable dark and gritty reboot.
(Also, lesson learned, don't just search chalk on the internet.)

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby atog » Wed Oct 17, 2018 12:54 am

A mighty enough Necromancer could take a roof slate and walk it back through shale, ooze, turbidity, etc. all the way to the Monster from the Black Lagoon.

This, comrades, shall be our army.
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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby WingSounds » Wed Oct 17, 2018 1:55 am

That's the stuff, right there. I was even gonna mumble something about 'wot, does Bannon still make royalties off it' but, nope, it was better than expected.

Also, atog, I'm likin' how you think. Can they also be our pals?
I've always felt like monstrosities like that, probably need friends, too...

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby François » Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:32 pm

It's interesting to consider Steve Job's position in that analogy.

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Re: Hot Tweets Cool Treats

Postby WingSounds » Thu Oct 18, 2018 1:42 am

The Serpent Wears a Turtleneck is definitely my next band name.

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