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I've always felt that I'd fit in well at a trailer park. Which is good because as a film and philosophy student I'll probably end up in one.
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Uh doh! ... Haha no wonder man I never watched that show before! I thought you literally meant trailer park people. My bad bro, my bad!
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Seth wrote:I've always felt that I'd fit in well at a trailer park. Which is good because as a film and philosophy student I'll probably end up in one.
You could say you're a star and you even have your own trailer!
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Tha Housefox wrote:
Seth wrote:I've always felt that I'd fit in well at a trailer park. Which is good because as a film and philosophy student I'll probably end up in one.
You could say you're a star and you even have your own trailer!
I must say, Brenden, that was witty. :P
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
Duster wrote:Well to be fair ANYONE can rob you blind, whether they live in a trailer or not, be they young or old, male or female, rich or poor.
You misunderstand. "Trailer Park Boys" is a Canadian comedy about ex-convicts living in a trailer park. I will send you a link. Its a pop culture reference.

Also I lived the first 10 years of my life in a trailer. I know what I am talking about.
That show is actually pretty funny. It makes me feel better as an American knowing we're not the only country with that kinda stuff.
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Tha Housefox wrote:
Seth wrote:I've always felt that I'd fit in well at a trailer park. Which is good because as a film and philosophy student I'll probably end up in one.
You could say you're a star and you even have your own trailer!
This guy...........
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Duster wrote:Uh doh! ... Haha no wonder man I never watched that show before! I thought you literally meant trailer park people. My bad bro, my bad!
Its alright. You should watch that show. Its funny!

But trailer park people can be very sketchy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tAvb8GY9ok
Seth wrote:I've always felt that I'd fit in well at a trailer park. Which is good because as a film and philosophy student I'll probably end up in one.
Aw. Don't say that, Seth. You can do anything related to film or television production. Just look to local heroes like Sam Raimi, or to your neighbors over in Minnesota. "Mystery Science Theater 3000" came out of a group of friends messing around at a UHF station.
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@Beagle: I do try. XP
Seth wrote:
Tha Housefox wrote:
Seth wrote:I've always felt that I'd fit in well at a trailer park. Which is good because as a film and philosophy student I'll probably end up in one.
You could say you're a star and you even have your own trailer!
This guy...........
...Is a genius? *bricked*
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I was more thinking along the lines of "is a stupid dumbface." But yaknow. :B
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Sleet wrote:That show is actually pretty funny. It makes me feel better as an American knowing we're not the only country with that kinda stuff.
They even made a movie out of it. My cousins love watching this show. I like wathcing it too because of Bubbles and how Randy keeps getting away with his stories.
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That's weird, I looked back through the past page or so and I don't remember anyone asking you, Sleet! :P
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Sleet wrote:I was more thinking along the lines of "is a stupid dumbface." But yaknow. :B
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You can just feel the love on this thread!
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It wouldn't be the chat thread without the occasional argument and comments about "Stupid Dunbfaces" that are made in good fun.

Besides, we all know that I'm the best looking member of this forum anyway.
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JeffCvt wrote:It wouldn't be the chat thread without the occasional argument and comments about "Stupid Dunbfaces" that are made in good fun.

Besides, we all know that I'm the best looking member of this forum anyway.
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Duster wrote:Uh doh! ... Haha no wonder man I never watched that show before! I thought you literally meant trailer park people. My bad bro, my bad!
Its alright. You should watch that show. Its funny!

But trailer park people can be very sketchy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tAvb8GY9ok
Seth wrote:I've always felt that I'd fit in well at a trailer park. Which is good because as a film and philosophy student I'll probably end up in one.
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This is going to be hilarious when Sleet gets back online.

I have to go back to high school tomorrow! *cries* Whatever, I only have one real "required effort" class. Programming and the college classes are relaxingly independent.
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Does anyone know where I left my murder gloves? I need them for a moment.
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you lent them to me the other day. here you go.
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I'm told I'm quite dashing in a suit so I'll have to respectfully request you give me proper recognition as the most attractive person in this thread (if not the entire internet)


Tha Housefox wrote: ...Is a genius? *bricked*
Awww we're finishing each other's sentences
Sleet wrote:Does anyone know where I left my murder gloves? I need them for a moment.
Everyone knows you just burn your murder gloves....... or so I've been told. :?
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Sleet wrote:Does anyone know where I left my murder gloves? I need them for a moment.
Seth wrote:Everyone knows you just burn your murder gloves....... or so I've been told.
Yeah I think Sleet loaned the murder gloves to Dissension for our little experiment the other day, if anyone else remembers.
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This Children's movie is getting pretty dark guys.
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THey lie
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:I'm told I have pretty eyes.
OK suure if thats what you'd like to call them. :shock:
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Seth wrote:This Children's movie is getting pretty dark guys.
So it's made by Don Bluth I guess?
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Sleet wrote:
Seth wrote:This Children's movie is getting pretty dark guys.
So it's made by Don Bluth I guess?
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Seth wrote:
Sleet wrote:Does anyone know where I left my murder gloves? I need them for a moment.
Everyone knows you just burn your murder gloves....... or so I've been told. :?
I like to keep them as a sort of memento.
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Sleet wrote:
Seth wrote:This Children's movie is getting pretty dark guys.
So it's made by Don Bluth I guess?
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Or R.L Stein(where I can count on both of my hand where there wasn't a twist ending in the books/episodes that either: A. Places kid and kids family in fate worse than death/ a very very dangerous situation/ makes them worse off. B.Puts story in a MUCH MUCH darker light. or C.puts protagonist in a possible "Here we go again" scenario)

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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:I'm told I have pretty eyes.
I'm told that my looks make everyone who sees me envy the blind.
Sleet wrote:
Seth wrote:This Children's movie is getting pretty dark guys.
So it's made by Don Bluth I guess?
Bluth said that children could withstand anything as long as there is a happy ending. But with all this murder talk going on I doubt it will end happily! :?
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Seth wrote:
Sleet wrote:
Seth wrote:This Children's movie is getting pretty dark guys.
So it's made by Don Bluth I guess?
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Oh God I really want Quentin Tarantino to make an animated movie now. <3
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Sleet wrote:Oh God I really want Quentin Tarantino to make an animated movie now. <3
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Sleet wrote:
Seth wrote: Quentin tarantino presents
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Oh God I really want Quentin Tarantino to make an animated movie now. <3
Well it's probably the only way to get more crazy and over the top after Django. I fully endorse this idea.
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He touched on it in "Kill Bill, volume 1". He might very well revisit it.
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I'd also settle for another rob zombie animated film.
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Seth wrote:
Sleet wrote:
Seth wrote: Quentin tarantino presents
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Oh God I really want Quentin Tarantino to make an animated movie now. <3
Well it's probably the only way to get more crazy and over the top after Django. I fully endorse this idea.
Though I'd prefer if it weren't just the same as his other movies, but animated. He'd have to give it a good reason to be, possibly involving something so unusual it'd be hard to do live action without a massive budget.
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Sleet wrote:Though I'd prefer if it weren't just the same as his other movies, but animated. He'd have to give it a good reason to be, possibly involving something so unusual it'd be hard to do live action without a massive budget.
Uma thurman fighting a giant space-squid on neptune?
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Dissension wrote:For what it's worth, I'm actually the most attractive person in the chat thread.
You are indeed, if we're only talking about the Chat Thread. :P
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A well-tailored suit is to women as lingerie is to men. Personally, if a young man whom I already find attractive would be wearing a suit, I would probably just forfeit my ability to talk at the risk of embarrassing myself otherwise. :lol:
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Yup, yup, I never said I was the most attractive person on the forums in their entirety (or the world at large). *giggles*

On an unrelated note, my studio headphones arrived today and holy carp, is this what music sounds like!?!?
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Dissension wrote:Yup, yup, I never said I was the most attractive person on the forums in their entirety (or the world at large). *giggles*

On an unrelated note, my studio headphones arrived today and holy carp, is this what music sounds like!?!?
The most attractive person on the forums is- *shot*

Argh, I am so jealous of you people and your fancy headphones. I just want to experience it for myself, but I don't have a huge desire to buy them.
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