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Well, my favourite ones are italian like me, so you barely can understand them: That’s the catchphrase of our “beloved” president Silvio Berlusconi which translate sounds like:“Allow me…” and then “Blablabla…”. But it sounds funny when you use it to introduce a long sentence, and it makes everyone giggle and listen, expecially if you can imitate his voice. “It could work!” and “Yes, we can!” Were translated the same way in italian, giving room for a lot of jokes. This is how it sounds...
You know what? The design of Robin Hood was meant for a Disney version of the same tale that movie is based on.
This way: http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=i3xbv7&s=7 The scene is coming from the movie Reineke Fuchs, one of the many renditions of Roman De Renart. I know it was in the original story (wrote in the middle age) but even as a furry I’m pretty stunned. I saw once in a german channel much time a go. Then after discovering internet, I searched it along to be sure I didn’t just dreamed that. Thanks to a fellow furry friend I was able to catch the movie and i extracted the scene. OK, Antifurs! I gave you...
MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE
The above pictures fits better in the reaction face thread. Note: I’m a Nintendo fan.
OK! How do I delete this thread now?
There is one thing that struck me: In this pic you are supposed to see three hares in a circle: But what I saw first is a fat anthro wolf wearing a tailcoat, a tie and dancing.
http://www.cracked.com/article_19119_7-memes-that-went-viral-before-internet-existed.html There is one thing that struck me: In this pic you are supposed to see three hares in a circle: But what I saw first is a fat anthro wolf wearing a tailcoat, a tie and dancing.
http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/103743 In thread:
Spiderman gets some of the weirdest villains: