February 10, 2011

Regarding the scene in BACK TO THE FUTURE where Marty first meets his teenage mother...

Wrong.

23 comments:

  1. I think by "it" he means finding a nice person his own age to take to the Prom that his mother would be proud of.

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  2. ...

    -But only if she was ALSO in bed with an anthropomorphic duck, right???

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  3. UFC shirt pretty much means his family is open to incest, because if they weren't he would never had been conceived.

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  4. I dunno man, she did try to seduce an alien duck.

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  5. It was good enough for Lazarus Long.

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  6. Let's not forget Futurama. Fry's his own grandfather. "That's right, I did the nasty in the pasty."

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  7. I'm sorry, but eeeeeewwwwwwy!

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  8. Two words: Hope chest.

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  9. Who hasn't wanted to be their own Dad at times? "Go to your room son!" "I don't have to, I can't tell me what to do!"

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  10. Read "I just watched Back to the Future and all I can think about now is screwing my Mom."

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  11. That's why I don't like that movie. If someone has even the slightest oedipal complex, that scene makes them feel like they have to share it with the world.

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  12. Nonsense. Everyone likes Back to the Future.

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  13. On the one hand, thinking about doing your mother is wrong.

    On the other hand, fantasizing that someone else is your mother and dreaming about having sex with THAT mother... is still wrong.

    This is why I hate to identify myself as a nerd. Because that same title is also shared by these creeps.

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  14. Whoa, this is heavy.

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  15. Great Scott!

    I think I would rather go back in time and do other peoples Moms.

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  16. @Anonymous: You only need to go back in time for that if you're planning on becoming their father.

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  17. @Sorceror, unless they are a time traveling lesbian.

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  18. @Pro: UFC rocks! Where else can I see sweaty, muscular men trained like animals and pitted against each other for my entertainment? Tell me UFC wasn't invented by a female genius.

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  19. Let's see: in 1985 I was 5 and my Mom was 3 in 1955... so yeah.

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  20. I'm a fighter and I read comics pretty regularly.... what am I?

    One of these things is not like the others....

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  21. My mother was quite the dish in her time.

    Fortunately I have a fairly firm grasp on how familial relationships work, and how time travel doesn't.

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