Portlandia had an episode about this.
People watch that show?
People watch that episode.
They will in 2014 when it comes on Netflix.
Frankly, you're all posers, and you're all 34 years late. You're only a real Battlestar Galactica fan if you're a fan of the 1978 series.
Damn straight. I had all of the action figures and a poster of a Cylon was on my wall until it rotted off sometime in the late 80s. The new show isn't Battlestar Galactica, it's "BSG".
The only people concerned with poseurs are other poseurs.
The only real Mario fans got into it in like, 1985 when it first came out on NES. Only posers get into it this late.
I'm a real Mario fan!>.><.<
Mario...Mario... I'm not sure who that is. Oh, you mean Jumpman from Donkey Kong c.1981? Poseur!
He was just the guy in Donkey Kong. In the arcade. If you saw him on NES you were much too late.
Real Batman fans got into him back in 1939 when Detective Comics #27 came out. Only posers get into Batman this late.
All the REAL OVC fans got into it in, like, 2011 when it was linked on a popular webcomic. Only POSERS get into it THIS LATE.
All REAL people got into life in the 20th century. Only POSERS get into life THIS LATE.
~Pisshaw!!! Battlestar Galactica is SO 2000-and-late!
I liked their old stuff better. You know before they sold out and went all pop on Netflix.
Hawkman has no poser fans,cuz no ones into him!
Only real fans replied to this thread this morning. Only posers get into it this late.
Again: endlessly parrotting the comment is not comedy, people. Remembering dates doesn't establish the enormity of your scintillating wit.
Again (because I'm sure plenty of people have told you this before): It's none of your concern what other people find funny. If you don't like it, don't laugh. But you don't need to ruin everyone else's good time. Even the Grinch figured that out eventually.
Internet Flame wars are so 2000, only a poser would try to start one here now.
I keep reading the "2008" as "ZOOB" o_o;
2008? Four years after the show launched?
I wonder what the thought process behind this judgment is, like what does she imagine that people are thinking? "Gee if I start watching that TV show from decades ago then people will like me probably for some reason!" Does people in her world base their entertainment decisions on what they think will make them look good to their peers rather than what they find entertaining? I don't understand what she means by "posers".