pemwin:

ladybowtheboo:

asobita-i:

Reblog for the last one

it’s a game show where everyone eats the furniture in a room and tries to see which is made of chocolate

So basically you’re telling me this is the best fucking game ever created

This should be as popular as ‘Jeopardy!’.

(Source: iraffiruse, via justinquiz)

drmattbenson:

merlin:

droptoehold:

King Jerry Lawler’s “SlamBurgers” Restaurant and Menu [1976]

Despite what that sign says, Jerry Lawler did not own the SlamBurgers restaurant. “The King” merely gave the real owner the rights to use his likeness and name for a cut of the profits, and the burger shop changed its entire menu to be wrestling based.

‘Home Made’ Chili” from a white-labeled pro-wrestling diner? Nommy nom nom!

(Eep.)

I want this to still exist sooo bad.

Man, I didn’t even notice the archaic spelling of “Gibroni” last time I reblogged this. It’s like looking at old government documents that say “Congreff”.

I don’t know what I’m charting, exactly, but I’m pretty sure I’m onto something.

I don’t know what I’m charting, exactly, but I’m pretty sure I’m onto something.

Durr Ex Machina →

joehillsthrills:

I want to address one common complaint about AGENTS OF S*H*I*E*L*D; I have to address it, because every time I hear it, it’s like a little squirt of lemon juice right in the eye.

Us geeks love to be the most rational person in the room. It is our mutant power, secret weapon, blessing, curse,…

I was once at a Comic-Con panel where a professional film critic made this very complaint about Iron Man 3. Joe Hill is a gentlemen and much more articulate in response to this stupidity than I was.

(Source: tremoloep, via merlin)

"Can I ask you guys a question?" by You Look Nice Today
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merlin:

"Can I ask you guys a question?"

Nary a Dude | You Look Nice Today (May, 2008)

I recorded an interview today where I ended up talking a lot about You Look Nice Today, and, yeah, it got me feeling nostalgic. So, I grabbed a couple random old episodes I remember liking and hopped in.

For whatever reason, I put on “Nary a Dude,” and when I got to this section 10 or so minutes in, it dawned on me that this was, in retrospect, probably where the show started to get really good and wonderfully weird.

Not long after this episode, Sandy started confidently dropping in music and SFX in a way that produced Golden Age classics like “Sacks-Minnelli Disease,” and, yeah, that’s arguably where the show kinda became…the show.

But, as I listen back to us diagnosing Scott’s recent inability to feel his balls, I think you can hear where the show started to take a big turn.

I eat some nuts, Adam sings a theme song, Scott confronts his boniness, and we all wonder aloud whether Estelle Getty might have ever played a wandering barber’s testicles.

That’s magic.

beatonna:

wolfhard:

Cheers Roleplaying Game, (a character sheet example)
I’d really like this to be a real game.

I saw this a few days ago and have been thinking of it since.  Do you follow Steve?  He is a good friend and his work has the ultimate charm.  He and his wife Leslie also are board game PROS.
Steve, make this happen!

FUCKING YES!

beatonna:

wolfhard:

Cheers Roleplaying Game, (a character sheet example)

I’d really like this to be a real game.

I saw this a few days ago and have been thinking of it since.  Do you follow Steve?  He is a good friend and his work has the ultimate charm.  He and his wife Leslie also are board game PROS.

Steve, make this happen!

FUCKING YES!

This was a weird one. Norm’s high school wrestling rival returns as the spirit of anxiety and uses the inner most fears of everyone at Cheers to turn them against each other. I can understand why they never show it in reruns.

This was a weird one. Norm’s high school wrestling rival returns as the spirit of anxiety and uses the inner most fears of everyone at Cheers to turn them against each other. I can understand why they never show it in reruns.

witsradio:

John Moe: Paul F. Tompkins, can you please strut around the stage with a lot of pride?

Paul F. Tompkins: Oh, absolutely.

(from Paul F. Tompkins and Rhett Miller - 'Fake Hooray for Fake Hollywood')

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