Joined Mar 26, 2012 at 02:13AM EDT
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Double Dream Hands
If I could favorite an image more than once, I’d favorite this all twelve times.
No, all THIRTEEN.
Pardon my French but, c’est que ce bordel!?!?!
Good man, good man.
If worse comes to worst, Bing Video search is great, considering Google’s Video Search prioritizes YouTube. Bing pulls from websites that Google doesn’t, which makes it easy to find things like full TV episodes or movies or, you know… other things. ;)
Dailymotion’s format has changed dramatically from when I used it back in the days when Google Video was still a thing. Most of the problems with it stem from it being a fairly unpopular site compared to YouTube.
And to be fair, you can stop Google from asking you to use your real name. Maybe it was just because I got Partner status a long time ago (for some reason that I still can’t fathom), but when I told Google I wanted to keep my name hidden, they shut up about it immediately, and since I already linked my Google Account to my YouTube account a long time ago, they didn’t even have to ask me to sign up, so the only change I’ve experienced is the slightly different comment layout, and since I only read the Top Comments anyway, it doesn’t make a difference to me.
Dailymotion has playback issues, like a lot of playback issues. But, they’re waaaay more lax about their censorship, so you can get a lot of full movies, and, you know… other stuff.
I guess you could say things were getting pretty serious.
Ok I think I can stop now but I can’t stop
Guys I just hit 6 quadrillion cookies.
I think I need help.
And they’re getting paid for it.
I was just thinking about that… but this channel’s been up for three years. I suppose it’s possible, but that’s an awfully long time, especially considering that Iron Man 2 wasn’t even out then. But who knows? You may be onto something.
TV existed in the 1930s, and anything prior to the end of WWII can pretty much be considered “early 1900s”.
That’s my general opinion of it. I was always under the impression that Ratatouille was intended to be a timeless film, which is why there are both black-and-white TVs and mopeds in the same setting. As far as the theory goes, I’m more inclined to believe that it took place in the ‘40s or ’50s, perhaps even as late as the ’70s or ’80s. Then again, I’ve only seen it once, so I’m mostly basing this off what the theorist mentioned.
According to the theory, Ratatouille takes place in the early 1900s, since it is the rumor of a rat that can cook that inspires Charles Muntz to invent the collars that allow his dogs to talk.
Uploaded an image to My Milkshake Brings All the Boys to the Yard.
Add to my list of things to do at this year’s E3: Drop off a few a jars of burn cream at the Microsoft booth.
What if he is right?
What if he is planet?
What if planet is him?
What if we are all Ahmed Angel?
Ahmed Angel is planet.
When my classmates discovered that I was more interested in Minecraft and tower defence games than Diablo and Guild Wars, they gave me this nickname and haven’t stopped calling me that for the past two years.
+1 confirm for personal reasons.
The comment section sure is.
From now on, instead of engaging in Facebook arguments, I’m just going to post this. My friends will love me.
I question the memetic quality of any “meme” ending in “ing”.