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Freshwater fish aren't technically seafood.

But they may be nekkid.


Tow trucks are the Grim Reapers of cars.


More people have probably fallen asleep watching Bob Ross paint than have painted along.


Onion rings are like vegetable donuts.

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Of course Scar pushed Mufasa off the cliff edge. He's a cat. Cats push everything off of edges.

Ahem. Would you like to retract that statement, gran?

*extends claws*

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Vidmaster7 wrote:

When I say that makes sense I mean that makes sense for them. I personally am a man of his convictions and If i'm going to eat an animal I won't hide from it. I'll slaughter that cow if need be.

Also if you think about what pigs eats...

The food chain is weird. Also its weird that humans can pretty well eat anything.

Me too. I don't shy at getting me paws dirty. Well I as a cat eat almost everything (no spicy, no bitter, limited sour). Some humans are more picky.


Fast food would be much more expensive, and less fast, if it had to look like the commercials.

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
The salad dressing industry exists because people don't actually like the taste of salad.

Agreed. I had to train myself to eat salad without dressing since I don't care for most salad dressings which are like either mayo based or sour(balsamic vinaigrette).


Imagine if when someone spoke to you at work, your boss treated you like a blind person treats their seeing-eye dog. "Please don't interact with him right now, he's working."


If only wildebeests could learn to use really long straws they wouldn't have to worry about crocodiles anymore.


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Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Of course Scar pushed Mufasa off the cliff edge. He's a cat. Cats push everything off of edges.

Ahem. Would you like to retract that statement, gran?

*extends claws*

No.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Tow trucks are the Grim Reapers of cars.

Did they ever address mater being the grim reaper in any of the cars sequels? I only ever saw the first one.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Of course Scar pushed Mufasa off the cliff edge. He's a cat. Cats push everything off of edges.

Ahem. Would you like to retract that statement, gran?

*extends claws*

No.

uh oh those be fighting words! (uhh word?)


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Of course Scar pushed Mufasa off the cliff edge. He's a cat. Cats push everything off of edges.

Ahem. Would you like to retract that statement, gran?

*extends claws*

No.
uh oh those be fighting words! (uhh word?)

What's she gonna do, push me off a cliff?

Shadow Lodge

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Long live the gran rey!


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Of course Scar pushed Mufasa off the cliff edge. He's a cat. Cats push everything off of edges.

Ahem. Would you like to retract that statement, gran?

*extends claws*

No.
uh oh those be fighting words! (uhh word?)
What's she gonna do, push me off a cliff?

Uh.. Long live the king?

(I was bested by the crunch!)

*vanishes*

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Of course Scar pushed Mufasa off the cliff edge. He's a cat. Cats push everything off of edges.

Ahem. Would you like to retract that statement, gran?

*extends claws*

No.

*pounces on Gran*

bite: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (17) + 7 = 24
dmg: 1d6 + 2 ⇒ (6) + 2 = 8

claw: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (17) + 7 = 24
dmg: 1d4 + 2 ⇒ (3) + 2 = 5

claw: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (8) + 7 = 15
dmg: 1d4 + 2 ⇒ (4) + 2 = 6

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And now I am the Vidmaster!

"Real" Vidmaster7 wrote:
Did they ever address mater being the grim reaper in any of the cars sequels? I only ever saw the first one.

Not in Cars 2. Even in my later youth, when I first saw it, I disliked that movie to the point where I still haven't seen the third one. Not even in a fit of nostalgia from the library.


Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Of course Scar pushed Mufasa off the cliff edge. He's a cat. Cats push everything off of edges.

Ahem. Would you like to retract that statement, gran?

*extends claws*

No.

*pounces on Gran*

[Dice=bite]1d20+7
[Dice=dmg]1d6+2

[Dice=claw]1d20+7
[Dice=dmg]1d4+2

[Dice=claw]1d20+7
[Dice=dmg]1d4+2

And yet, here I still stand. On the edge of the cliff.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Tow trucks are the Grim Reapers of cars.
Did they ever address mater being the grim reaper in any of the cars sequels? I only ever saw the first one.

There isn't much about Cars actually dying with one exception...

Cars 3 spoiler:

Doc Hudson died before Cars 2 of the Car equivalent of a heart attack. His voice actor also died of lung cancer during Cars 2. Doc's non presence is due to Pixar paying homage to his voice actor.

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*Decides not to get egged to push Gran off the cliff*

*Decides to nom on Gran instead*

Om Nom Nom Nom Nom!

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I think the whole Cars series was generally about the theme about not taking life too fast and enjoying things that were less material, like friends and family. The movies itself are a tad slow paced for my liking, but I suppose may appeal to those who like taking things easy, and also those car enthusiasts who will happily catalogue each and every model the various cars in the show are.


How do cars make baby cars? or are they built in factories?

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Just a Mort wrote:
I think the whole Cars series was generally about the theme about not taking life too fast and enjoying things that were less material, like friends and family.

That's a good thought. I probably just wasn't a fan of

Cars 2 Spoiler:
Mater being a secret agent and all of the other spy cars and various zany situations.

I bet I thought myself too high-brow for such things. Man, I was pretentious back then. Glad I accidentally cured myself of that in late high school, or there would've been some extra problems going forward.

Vidmaster7 wrote:
How do cars make baby cars? or are they built in factories?

Hmm, I'm sure a search about that would give you people dissecting the series for answers. And videos you'll want to erase from both mind and computer. They tend to gloss over that stuff in the movies, but the general lack of deaths (besides the fact it's a kid's movie) makes me think they'd rather not explain it all.

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The answer is actually rather disturbing

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I also didn't watch Cars 2.


So Let me be the first to welcome our new automobile overlords then?

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I wonder if I can sit in a car again...well if you notice a particularly catish car that resembles me in the future, you'll know what happened...


Wouldn't it suck if you became an old clunker. I got a new car recently and Suddenly being stuck as that car forever sounds a lot better then being stuck as my previous car whom I nick-named Grummish.


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Meh, Lawful applied reductionist logic, tends to boil down to anyone who follows a code(s), tradition(s) or simply a set of learned behaviour(s) in a consistent and reliable manner.
Yes its simplifying things a tad too far, for my taste, but it highlight something of a "core belief", that the individual is ultimately obligated/behooven to "powers" beyond their own desires and values.

(Also appears as a character witness in the "is Mort Lawful case" :p)

Deer meat?...
Hmmmm...
*Makes a note about digging up some family recipes, next time he visits his parents*
More hmmmm...
*Wonders if it would be possible to get a freezing container with game through customs - other then the prohibitive costs - to the ravnous Kitty*

(Eating Gran is bad for you Kitty...He's clearly gone bad, or at least his jokes have ^^')


The Game Hamster wrote:

Turkey are best ate in sandwiches the day after thanksgiving.

A little onion, a little mayo, a slice of tomato, a lettuce leaf... Maybe a slice or two of mozzarella, or pepperjack...
now my mouth is watering...

Make it with sourdough bread fried in butter Texas toast-style, and add a couple slices of thick bacon. Drizzle on some homemade/copycat animal sauce too.

Edit: Argh, now I'm suddenly ravenous.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
So Let me be the first to welcome our new automobile overlords then?

I really hope our automobile overlords don't learn how to drive from their human drivers.


Just a Mort wrote:
I had to train myself to eat salad without dressing since I don't care for most salad dressings which are like either mayo based or sour(balsamic vinaigrette).

Have you ever tried French dressing? It's a little sweet, so maybe you might like a little on your salad next time.


Just a Mort wrote:
So we should technically not eat crustaceans like crabs, prawns and lobsters because they scavenge corpses ;)

but thats what makes them delicious!


Vanykrye wrote:
Back from Deadpool 2. I don't think it's worse than the first one, but I think we had expectations set this time around. The first one caught everyone by surprise. This one, people go in knowing a minimum of what to expect, and I don't think it disappointed in that regard.

freehold will continue to avoid.


I thought it was better then the first one myself.

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Just a Mort wrote:
I also didn't watch Cars 2.

Cars 2 is a terrible movie, it's best to be avoided, especially if you love the first one.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I thought it was better then the first one myself.

Unpopular opinion time: It wouldn't take much.

I did not enjoy Deadpool at all, and I wish I hadn't paid to see it.


Trolling At The Movies wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
I also didn't watch Cars 2.
Cars 2 is a terrible movie, it's best to be avoided, especially if you love the first one.

Oh my God, yes. Some friends invited me because they had a spare ticket. ...I still somehow wished I could get a refund of my nothing.


Scintillae wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
I thought it was better then the first one myself.

Unpopular opinion time: It wouldn't take much.

I did not enjoy Deadpool at all, and I wish I hadn't paid to see it.

hugs scint, refunds her money


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"Finally, an r-rated superhero movie where his family isn't murdered or raped" - The General, on why she liked Deadpool.


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Obviously, we love Deadpool, can't wait to see number 2.

Hopefully, there's a lot more of Crookshanks Negasonic Teenage Warhead.


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It felt like I paid ten bucks to have someone show me their meme collection.


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I hated Cars 1 so much that I avoided cars 2. It was too Forrest Gumpy for me.

Back when I still had access to large hunks of venison (stepdad #2 was a hunter), my favorite way to cook it was stewed with red wine, French country style, with a few herbs thrown in and reducing the liquid at the end. It dealt with the tenderizing and the gamey taste.

Last night we had Hermione and her godmother's joint birthday dinner. The subject of Texas was discussed. Carefully, over the children's heads. And I told Hermione's teacher yesterday. But we haven't officially admitted to ourselves that, yes, we're going yet, and we haven't told the kids.

Whingey thinks they already know.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
How do cars make baby cars? or are they built in factories?

If cars have an all-liquid diet (gasoline), then why do they have teeth?

And does this explain why there are no people in the Cars world?


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Hilarious enough, the guy that plays the stalker pizza delivery kid in the first movie also plays a pizza delivery kid on an episode of The Office.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
How do cars make baby cars? or are they built in factories?

If cars have an all-liquid diet (gasoline), then why do they have teeth?

And does this explain why there are no people in the Cars world?

Idles casually in the shadows.


Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
If you put root beer in a square glass does it become beer?
No but if you put carrots yams shalots etc. into regular beer you do in fact get root beer (taste may vary.)

Mmmmm onion beer.


captain yesterday wrote:
"Finally, an r-rated superhero movie where his family isn't murdered or raped" - The General, on why she liked Deadpool.

I am disappointed in the General.


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It's a great movie.

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