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I avoided watching this movie since I heard it was coming out. This weekend, when I was visiting some friends in Atlanta, they insisted that I watch it. It was so damned funny I just about peed myself. Give it a try, you might find you like it.

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My mom got that movie like a few hours ago.
I don't wanna watch it, cause its like a nascar thing isn't it?
My mom likes nascar but I LOATHE nascar.
Whats the point of watching rednecks drive around in a circle for three hours?
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Trust me. I hate NASCAR too.

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uh, i think that the movie is supposed to mock nascar (which i also think is stupid).

I think Buenaventura Durruti is a pretty cool guy. eh kills fascists and doesnt afraid of ruins.
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Well, my mom got it.
My brother got some stupid ass "step" danceing movie
And I got Silent Hill and An American Haunting
See the difference between me and them?

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I don't like Will Ferrel in general but when he's given the task of making an idiot out of himself, he usually does a pretty excellent job.

Stranger than Fiction was pleasently surprising.

Maybe Talladega Nights will be too. I just need to make sure I'm not in that over-analytical critic mode that I sometimes get into.

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really, nascar is totally gay. They fully explore that aspect of it. they more or less exploit every single stereotype about nascar and redneck culture.

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My mom rented this last night.
I'm about to watch it.

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freak-of-nature14 Wrote:Well, my mom got it.
My brother got some stupid ass "step" danceing movie
And I got Silent Hill and An American Haunting
See the difference between me and them?

Your mom is funny,
Your brother is gay,
and you like to watch,
scary movies all day.

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Laugh Well you were right about two things in that poem.
Michaels definetly gay (I HAVE PROOF!)
And then I'l let you decipher the last one.

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What's the proof? We know he's into autoerotic asphyxiation, but how do you know he's gay?

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And never both at the same time. Laugh

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Doc Johnson Wrote:What's the proof? We know he's into autoerotic asphyxiation, but how do you know he's gay?
I told you, hmmmm.... the gay chronicles of mikey
1. I hated the dolls -shudders- my mom bought me, and guess who liked to play with them
2. He likes womens bras, underwear, and dresses
3. Do you have ANY idea of how many times I've walked into the bathroom and found him smearing on lipstick or some other type of make-up?
4. Yesterday he shoves a sausage (like beef sausage) up his ass
5. 2 days ago he shoved one of my pencils up his ass
Yuck
Get my point?

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How old is he? Cuckoo

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10, oh my god! YOu should know what Skylars bro does Noo Yuck

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hey runs around the house in his underwear, steals my pencil, pulls down his pants, bends over, and shoves it right up his ass.
Same with the sausage.


Quote:I would know... I've tried it. >_>
Wolf your such dork Razz Laugh

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Good god....
Did either one go in?

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Theres a lot of stories we could ridicule him with. Like sleeping in his moms bed until he was... well he hasn't stopped yet so I wouldn't know.

cradle Wrote:Good god....
Did either one go in?
In? Yes, both did. The pencil he shoved in until the eraser, and the sausage went ALL in. I mean he ran around for 10 minutes saying it was stuck.
I wish there was "ROFLMAO" emoticon. Laugh Laugh Laugh
God it was hilarious.

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freak-of-nature14 Wrote:My mom got that movie like a few hours ago.
I don't wanna watch it, cause its like a nascar thing isn't it?
My mom likes nascar but I LOATHE nascar.
Whats the point of watching rednecks drive around in a circle for three hours?
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Gooood point...... Evil

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He's gonna end up in the ER with something funny stuck up there. My friend's mom was a nurse and told us ALL about it. Like one time w guy stuck a soy sauce bottle up his ass and broke it off at the neck. OUCH! Omg

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At least it wasn't hot sauce.
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Soooo true.

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Itis especially good because it wasn't Blair’s 16 Million Reserve (created by Blair's Death Sauces). Habanero Tabasco sauce has a Scoville rating of 8000. Pepper spray is three million. Blair’s 16 Million Reserve is a bottle of pure capsaicin powder and, of course, has a Scoville rating of sixteen million. Getting one pellet of powder on bare skin causes the skin to blister. Imagine getting hundreds in the rectum. Ouch.
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freak-of-nature14 Wrote:Well, my mom got it.
My brother got some stupid ass "step" danceing movie
And I got Silent Hill and An American Haunting
See the difference between me and them?
You got two good movies and your bro got some retarded dancing movie that has a song by Sean Paul A.K.A Mr. Wakawkasjthasi shasof soa soa in ta marnin me no speak English in its album. I see the difference.

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Kirby Wrote:Itis especially good because it wasn't Blair’s 16 Million Reserve (created by Blair's Death Sauces). Habanero Tabasco sauce has a Scoville rating of 8000. Pepper spray is three million. Blair’s 16 Million Reserve is a bottle of pure capsaicin powder and, of course, has a Scoville rating of sixteen million. Getting one pellet of powder on bare skin causes the skin to blister. Imagine getting hundreds in the rectum. Ouch.

Why the FUCK would they even sell that?
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Because it is impossible to create anything spicier. It's the ultimate hot sauce.
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Why would you ingest that? Would it not cause ulcers?

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You can't fix stupid?
Quote:You got two good movies and your bro got some retarded dancing movie that has a song by Sean Paul A.K.A Mr. Wakawkasjthasi shasof soa soa in ta marnin me no speak English in its album. I see the difference.
Laugh Actually, both movies were a dissapointment. Silent Hill was pretty good, but just cause it had that morbid creativness about the characters. And the An American Haunting one kinda sucked, for the ending. God that gave my mom a nice reason to lecture me about the people on the interent. Ugh. I got the book for it before I watched the movie, haven't read it read. And don't really want to.

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