October 29th, 2003

springtime the pony

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kuchenhexe, to a chap on customers_suck who was bragging about how he stole a couple thousand bucks worth of crap before quitting his job:

...Dude, you suck.

I mean, we're talking Monica Lewinsky-level suckage here.

Change your name to Vacuum. It would be very fitting, and appropriately descriptive. A vacuum can be a strong suction, like a vacuum cleaner - which would reflect your level of suckage. It also means a space completely devoid of anything -- even air -- which accurately reflects the inside of your skull, apparently.
Nazgul

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So I'm innocently hurrying to my car when SPLASH, my foot is soaked to the ankle. "Jesus Christ!" I said. I do have to wonder if that's a particularly terrible thing to say on the grounds of a Jewish day school, but hey, it expressed my feelings. --jtersesk
i think we're alone now

In Celebration of Protection From Porn Week...

cathain had this to say: Ladies and gentleman I present you with the porn condom! It covers your head, eyes, and ears so you can't see or hear all of that dirty smut pouring out into the street and corrupting you. It protects from AIDS (Aquired Immunity to Dirty Stuff from prolonged looking) and other STDs (Slutty Trashy Disgusting movies and magazines). So, next bachelor/bachelorette party you go to don't forget your party hat!

Take from here.

Snerkage on BNFs

Wait a second. Let me see if I've got this. There are people (Cassie, Aja, Ivy, and others) who are famous - famous - for being fans. They have little cult followings within the fandom. And little fangirls. Even fanboys. They spark flamewars. They are famous. For being fans.

What?

Yes, yes, I realise that I am a bit late in coming to this conclusion, and that pretty much everyone else has already had their "What?" moment. But,

What??

Being famous for writing fanfic seems rather Milli Vanilli-ish to me. Fic is great...I love it, I write it, I read it. *hollers* But it's still fanfic! It's capitalising on someone else's ideas. Sure, we come up with new plots, but at root it's still lip syncing. And being known for that doesn't strike me as all that great a thing to strive towards.

And...come on...people fangirl them? Honestly? The fangirls aren't being sarcastic? Because blah, that's just...well, stupid.
-- maniai, from here
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