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I figured he probably just had it on under his regular clothes and could just rip them off at anytime. Mirrors – helping superheroes get dressed since 2013.
We were talking about this movie this morning in class and our teacher wanted to know where Superman changed since we don’t have telephone booths anymore. The girl who saw it said she didn’t know because she fell asleep. So for those who saw it, what’s the answer?
Is there some kind of group we can join? I believe mine started with Brett Anderson from Suede when I was in high school. He kind of looked like a heroin addict but I found it totally hot.
I will but I won’t talk to you while you’re in the stall. That’s just weird.
I also enjoyed The Lord of the Rings movies but did not see The Hobbit. But, as an Orlando Bloom and Benedict Cumberbatch fan I feel I need to see this. And, can we talk about Lee Pace for a minute?!?! I mean, throw an elf wig on a dude and they get 100% hotter. He was also hot in that last Twilight movie. (I KNOW! I”m sorry!)
The Man of Tai Chi trailer got it wrong. It’s “turn to the left, turn to the right, stand up, sit down, fight, fight, fight!”
Whoa. We were just talking about She’s All That in the Can’t Hardly Wait thread. Did NOT see that twist coming! You did it again M. Night!
OK, so that explains my confusion. So many bathrooms in high school movies!
So great. I will forever think of that guy as Jonesy and then immediately think of how he was tarred and feathered and how that was just the worst. I’m still pissed that show ended.
Sorry, meant that as a reply to flanny.
OH yes, I loved Carnivale but I still don’t like her. Don’t know why.
Wow, all we got to watch in the 6th grade was “Watcher in the Woods” and the scariest thing in that was Bette Davis. I think we might have watched “Camelot” or something like it (not the musical). I remember my stomach hurt because so many people were stabbed in the gut. Oh, and we watched Flowers for Algernon in junior high. I don’t really remember it but I feel like there was a sexual situation that was a bit uncomfortable.
I was going to say I don’t like this movie because I don’t like Clea Duvall. But then I figured out that it’s Lauren Ambrose and that Clea Duvall was in She’s All That. Which movie has one of those girls locked in a bathroom with someone? Such an important question!
Tap Dancing Seagull is the best thing ever. Horse with teddy bear is cute and heartbreaking. I don’t know what My Neighbor Totoro is, but that bird’s got some pipes!
That’s what I was thinking. They don’t make bunny rabbits that big where I come from thankfully. Creeeepy.
So, I don’t know what happened to me, but I just figured out that Bill Hader is leaving SNL. I’m super bummed. I didn’t watch all of SNL but I saw the Stefon skit and I was like “that’s weird. Maybe he isn’t doing Stefon anymore” and then I see the super cut and I was like What?!?!?!? Anyway, I’m rambling, but I don’t know how to handle this info.
I thought it was a fitting and wonderful finale. Just wondering if I’m the only one, but the whole Kelly/Ryan stuff just made me realize how much I hadn’t missed them. I think one of my favorite things was that Dwight fired Kevin. I mean, he really was horrible at his job. Loved the Creed stuff. I really hope Clark Duke finds another TV show gig because I love him.
I might have hit it, but if his picture was on the back of an NKOTB pic, no way he was going up on my wall.
I’d hit it.
Heather Chandler is alive and well and doing exactly what I thought she would do with her life!
He is obviously the best. Whenever I feel like I’m weird, I just watch Goldblum and I feel better. Not in a “he’s weirder than me and so I feel better about myself” way but a “he’s weird and so am I and everyone should just accept it and adore us” kind of way.
It is, which made me think of a question. How does the internet feel about cheek piercings?
For my fellow Drag Race fans (I think there’s like 5 of us on here) the internet is currently hating Roxxxy Andrews because she is a mean girl. And, we all know you can be mean and funny and it’s ok. But just being mean? Unacceptable, hunty.
Sorry Jeb, did not mean to make that a reply. We do share a love of Sam Rockwell, but I don’t know how you feel about James McAvoy. My apologies.