Me: “It may somewhat strange that we’ve evolved such a behavior.” (Talking about Negative Self-Talk/Self-Defeating Behaviors.
Student #1: “EVOLUTION!? I didn’t come from no monkey.”
Me: “Of course you didn’t, that’s not even what evolution proposes. Also, I think you’re talking about apes.”
Student #2: “Well if that’s what you believe. I believe in god and that I aint no APE.”
Student #3: “WHAT!? I didn’t come from no monkey. What are you teachin’?”
Me: “Not that. I didn’t say you descended from monkeys.”
Student #3: “Well somebody did.”
Me: “Yeah, and she has no idea what she’s talking about.”
Then they started asking me what my religion was. I told them it wasn’t the time or place, because I don’t want to be bullied by children. I got enough of that crap in high school/last week.
Why can’t the U.S. have awesome blu-ray releases of Hammer Horror movies? :(
showing your friend something you know they would flip out over and they say “I’ve already seen it”
i was supposed to be the hero
Every single thing I show my girlfriend.
“They’re all mistakes, children! Filthy, nasty things. Glad I never was one.”
"Glad I never was one." is something I ALWAYS say when talking about children. Nobody ever gets the reference and just looks uncomfortable.
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I wrote a thing a few months ago.
Check it out. It’s funny, probably.
So I’m finally watching the finale of Season 2 of The Legend of Korra. I can’t help but see Zagi. For a ton of reasons. Being of energy that fuses with a human host. >_>
I have all of these creative impulses, but because I’m nowhere near the level of most professionals I either shelve projects or never begin them. I’m embarrassed of myself and my work yet my brain is hardwired to at least try and create things.
Probably the last known photo of this lucky Gamera fan (on the set of Gamera vs. Guiron, 1969).
Dude, that’s Gamera’s son.
Have you ever taken a good close look at what the ant is all about?
No, Empire of the Ants (1977). No I have not.
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Opening title sequence from Katto’s Matango 2.
For periods of…
Reminds me of the John Carpenter The Thing.
D : I wanna see some of this so much.