November 11, 2013

While discussing THOR 2...


19 comments:

  1. Oh we know exactly what you're doing, luv.
    And don't think we're not staring at Scarlett Johansson's ass

    And on top of that we get to see a movie in which cool dudes punch things.
    No matter what you ladies think you're getting out of this. We're getting more.

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    1. Right... cuz it's not like ladies also like to watch cool dudes punch things.

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    2. Today I learned that insecure sexist nerds think watching movies is a competition.

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    3. Not another anonymous.11/12/2013 11:00 AM

      Today I learned that people get angry when someone makes a joke similar to the one in the comic.

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    4. I'm pretty sure my girlfriend was checking out Scarlett Johansson's ass during Avengers, too.

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  2. Thor 2 had an equal, if not superior ratio of women to men in the showing I went to. It was a nice change.

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  3. When did mo-rons start pronouncing "ogle" as "oogle"? I hear this so much these days. Damn you, millenials!

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    1. I blame Google.

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    2. "mo-rons"? Why the dash?

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    3. It's from Animal House. Stork said to Bluto "What are we supposed to do ya, mo-ron?"

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  4. I guess if you're a gay male couple it's a win/win situation. Muscle guys in brightly-colored tights and shiny black leather...sounds like the start of a parade. The homosexual undertone of these films is hardly subtle, reflecting a recent industry study that showed that homosexuality among male comic book readers has increased over 9000% since Tim Burton released the movie "Batman" back in 1989.

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    1. After George Clooney's breakthrough performance in 1997's Academy Award-Winning "Batman and Robin Have Nipples", the sale of poppers increased thirty-fold.

      http://collider.com/wp-content/uploads/batman-robin-george-clooney.jpeg

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    2. There was no such study.

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    3. Let's see...

      1 out of 10 people are gay.

      Increase that by 9000%...

      Wow! More than 100% of people who read comics are gay!

      Wait...

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  5. She sounds like my sister.

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  6. I had a serious giggle during Thor 2 when I saw that the writers and directors a) did away with the expected Shirtless Thor sequence barely ten minutes into the movie and b) actually upped the ante on its sexiness (and glisteningness). Makes me wonder what they'll do for Thor 3 - whipped cream seems about the only level to go to...

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  7. Muscley men beating the crap out of each other is my definition of a chick flick. =)

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