I'm not saying I'm trying to appear cool. I'm saying it's easy for someone to appear cool to a bunch of people who are not cool, kind of like being the king of the nerds.
And what I mean by that is when people bring up ratings, what's good for business or use constant insider terms, they are trying to appear cool and informative to a bunch of other people, but that doesn't mean they are. Main guy that comes to mind is Rock316AE. His attempt at being cool and knowing so much about the business makes him look like an assclown.
Ah, I totally understand you now. You got a point, guys like that are fucking annoying tbh.
THANOS used to be dabossb and he got a name change.
Detroit Red Wings/Dallas Cowboys MARKS FOR ROWDY RODDY PIPER Just when you think you know the answers, I change the questions. You ever notice Hulk Hoganís got no hair on his chest? Only friend heís got that DOES is Cyndi Lauper.
Nothing wrong with arguing inaccurate information. You do it well!
Give it a watch; call it a preview of what's to come in Avengers III, if you will , only not as simplified to appease the toon's target demo.
Thanos is only beaten because he allows himself to be, and he only allows himself to be beaten because, in spite of his ambition to attain ultimate power, he sub-consciously knows that he's not worthy of it.
~ Adam Warlock
You got a rapper in your sig/listen to rap and yet you don't know what that means?
I don't listen to Gwen Stefani. Thats not even rap. Only rapper I hear say anything close to that was Fabolous, with "Holla Back Young'n", which is telling a girl to holla back.
But WTF does that bitch mean by it?
And on another note, is that Green Day that sings the Smackdown theme?
I'm watching SNL on VH1 and all these questions popped in my head.
EDIT: And besides, the rap I listen to is far different than the shit she be talking about. I only fuck with down south rap. I don't remember Gucci Mane or Travis Porter talking about "they don't want no "Holla Back Girl".
On another note, I remember watching Cage of Death 7 and it was either Cheech or Cloudy that used that as their entrance music, the crowd laughed and Gargiulio said he couldn't have picked a worse entrance music for Cage of Death. That shit was so funny.
Last edited by Elipses Corter; 05-23-2012 at 11:57 PM.