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Today on Phrases That Made Me Feel Really Old:

“Buffy the Vampire Slayer Modern AU”

oh my gods

*softly*

no
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this is over a year overdue but here you will find MBMBaM’s completely PG advertisement for extreme restraints, an extremely non-PG online sex shop. its the funniest six and a half minutes that podcasting has ever produced

“hey, you know how sometimes when you turn into a werewolf, people chain you up in the basement? well, what if only your privates turned into a werewolf? have you thought about that undereserved portion of the population?”

what gets me is that Extreme Restraints decided to advertise with MBMBAM. what was the thought process on that? “Let’s just buy this and see what they do”? well they got their money’s worth I’d say

“It’s a safety cage, like with sharks.”
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Happy Birthday, Frodo Baggins and Bilbo Baggins (September 22)! And a very happy hobbit day!
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Hey remember early last year when the Large Hadron Collider overloaded and broke down and people were like “phew good thing nothing weird happened like a shift in reality.” Maybe it’s time to revisit that.
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                                                                        Happy Hobbit Day!

The American Tolkien Society first proclaimed Hobbit Day and Tolkien Week in 1978, and defines them as this: “Tolkien Week is observed as the calendar week containing September 22, which is always observed as Hobbit Day”, but acknowledges that Hobbit Day pre-dates their designation. Hobbit Day is the birthday of the hobbits Bilbo and Frodo Baggins, two fictional characters in J. R. R. Tolkien’s popular set of books The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. In the books both Bilbo and Frodo were said to be born on September 22, but of different years.
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alright but what if every single one of the harry potter main characters eventually have a kid that they name “Fred” without knowing anyone else also did this (so now there’s fred potter, fred weasley, fred longbottom, etc) except they’re friends so all their kids are friends and as soon as one of them gets in trouble someone’s yelling “FRED” and 3-6 kids are turning around going “WHAT DID I DO” and I think that’s exactly the kind of chaotic legacy Fred would’ve liked to leave
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AMY POND MEME

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when a jewish holiday is coming up but you can’t remember which one

“God of our fathers, we have no calendars, and no clue what we should be doing right now. We hope this is at least partially correct. Amen.”

“blessed are you oh lord our god, ruler of the universe, who has kept us alive, sustained us, and enabled us to reach….. some season. not sure which. definitely one of them, though.”
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A good question, well-deserving of a meaningful and thoroughly considered answer.

I think they do, at least some of them, and I have three reasons. 

1. The only reason for an LMD to exist is to represent a person who can’t be there (because of death, other commitments, laziness, etc.) but LMDs are most often used in subterfuge. It seems like it would be a major design flaw to give them no genitalia, since that’s a super easy way to find out if someone is an LMD. I mean even if they didn’t originally, someone would have worked out that LMDs Are Smooth Like Barbie Down There and then before every secret meeting or whatnot people would just do Pants Checks to make sure the person they were talking to was real. So you’d have to START putting genitals on LMDs just to circumvent the Pants Check. But I think they probably did from the start because:  

2. It can’t be that expensive to just plop a dick on one, given that they’ve already spent all that money on programming and lifelike skin and such. 

3. Also, we know that Doombots have genitalia because Clint once fucked one while it was pretending to be Wanda. It’s not that you need genitals to have a good time, and they come in a wide variety of configurations, but I’m pretty sure even Clint would have had his suspicions aroused by Wanda having no genitalia at all. My point in bringing up Doombots is that if Victor Von Doom put genitals on his robots you can be sure SHIELD and Stark Industries would as well, just to make sure they’re keeping pace with market trends. 

3a. I am also pretty sure that we have at least a couple of examples of LMDs being intimate with people in various “your entire reality is a lie and everyone you love is a robot” scenarios over the years, but I can’t call any to mind, so I’m going with the “Keeping Up With The Doomses” theory. 
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Amazing, though, don’t you think? The Star Whale.
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Close your eyes.

Be brave.
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honestly monty python and the holy grail is just a dnd session w/ really uncooperative players and a dm who worked really hard on a campaign but gave up halfway through

FINE the POLICE arrive and ARREST EVERYBODY go home.

“Okay, Sir Galahad, the castle is named after a deadly disease and is full of suspiciously nubile young women trying to seduce you. Roll to save.”

“What if I don’t want to save?”

“Your powers depend on you remaining chaste. That means no sex, dude.”

“I could just stick around for some foreplay?”

“Oh, for fu– Lancelot, go and rescue him. Again.”
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this is so goyische 

[goyische voice] either you’re an atheist or you think gravity is fake and live in terror of being flung off the face of the earth. one or the other

not to get serious on this post but I hate that people unfamiliar with Judaism assume that we have to underestimate god like that. Hashem is everywhere, so why on earth couldn’t Hashem be present in gravity, and evolution, and idk, cellular respiration? small minded! to respect god is to not underestimate god, and to understand that god is present in powerful and complex systems, as much as god is present in simple, mundane things.

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and like, Rosalind Franklin was an observant Jewish woman. 

The only possible way the original image is a valid question is if underneath it is additional text: “Check all that apply.”

ffs honestly, this is such nonsense. Science is “how”, religion is “why”.
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@ all of u that hate mint ice cream: what happened

if you think i’m gonna eat frozen toothpaste you are Mistaken 

this forces me to believe that you’ve either never had mint ice cream or have never brushed your teeth

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GPOY
…ugh mint, ew. 

+1. Anything mint just tastes like toothpaste.
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i really love our generation’s joke trend of like, very calm but incredibly inflated hyperbole. like nobody says “oh she’s pretty” anymore we say “i would willingly let her murder me” and everyone is just like “lol same”

i think “same” is also great and “me,” i love when somebody reblogs a picture of like, a lizard, and just says “me” and we all know exactly what they mean. the current online Humor Discourse is remarkable because we trade exclusively in metaphors and implications and nobody ever, ever says anything outright and yet EVERYBODY understands each other perfectly

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