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  3. Before they got unbelievably shite.

    Before they got unbelievably shite.

    2 years ago  /  4 notes

  4. I Didn’t Use The Last of It

    No one ever wants to be the one who uses the last of something, eats the last of something or drinks the last of something when there’s no more of that something coming anytime soon.

    Here’s a few I can think of that allow people to say “I didn’t use the last of it”.

    Toilet Paper - everyone leaves a square. Enough to dab, maybe, but not to wipe. 

    Milk - everyone leaves a teaspoon full in the milk carton. “You can still get a flat white out of that!”

    Cheese - everyone leaves one mangled piece at the end as it seems 90% of the worlds population can’t cut a flat slice of cheese. The piece resembles a tetris or jigsaw piece.

    Bread - everyone leaves the stale skank bit at the end rather than ditching it. “You can still toast it!”

    Just eat it, use it, drink it, throw it out. Don’t fucking leave it.

    2 years ago  /  0 notes

  5. "Flatley my dear, I don’t Riverdance"

    2 years ago  /  4 notes

  6. When they were at their greatest.

    When they were at their greatest.

    2 years ago  /  8 notes

  7. Blowjob Ratio

    If I didn’t have a girlfriend i’d certainly try to meet a chick on Tumblr. Maybe it’s just the posts I look at but the ratio of women on Tumblr who enjoy giving head and receiving a penis in the anus (or at least….they…they..they kinda just..wanna..kinda find out if they enjoy it) just seems astronomically higher than the ratio that is experienced in real life.

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  9. My favourite shot from my favourite horror movie, ever.

    My favourite shot from my favourite horror movie, ever.

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    2 years ago  /  119 notes  /  Source: weheartit.com

  10. When covers go well, they go really well. The Pixies covering JAMC.

    When covers go well, they go really well. The Pixies covering JAMC.

    2 years ago  /  5 notes

  11. You there, with the glasses…stop being so awesome.

    You there, with the glasses…stop being so awesome.

    2 years ago  /  4 notes

  12. simplynickk:

Garth Marenghi’s darkplace one of the best TV shows ever created

Couldn’t agree more

    simplynickk:

    Garth Marenghi’s darkplace one of the best TV shows ever created

    Couldn’t agree more

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  14. burnsmanor:

are you drew barrymore?

    burnsmanor:

    are you drew barrymore?

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  15. Movie Piracy

    Piracy isn’t the issue, shit movies are.

    Let’s look at The Top 10 Most Pirated Movies from 2011, as published by Torrentfreak.com-

    Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of 2011 TorrentFreak 2 The most pirated movie in 2011 was downloaded 9,260,000 times

    Using the user average on IMDB and the Critic Metascore from Metacritic, Sucker Punch is the worst reviewed movie on this list, closely followed by I Am Number Four.

    In terms of their Gross Return relative to budget, Sucker Punch was by far the worst with a return of about 9%, Rango was next with about 60% (with a budget of 150m, this had to be a barnstormer to make a good return) and I Am Number Four next with about 130%.

    I don’t know how they split the revenues on the movie gross so I am not going to speculate on the exact return to the distributor but I imagine Rango and I Am Number Four incurred a loss and Sucker Punch was a heavy loss.

    The point is this - the two worst reviewed movies of the past year on this list were also the ones with one of the lowest returns on investment (I can only imagine Rango didn’t make as much money as they would have liked predominantly because it failed to walk that fine line between adult and child entertainment AND it’s huge budget). The distributor didn’t lose money because they were pirated Per se, they lost money because they were terrible movies and the few people that did see them told their friends and colleagues to not bother going to see it.

    The Kings Speech, on the other hand, gained a reputation predominantly through word of mouth first and then a shitload of Oscar Buzz later on. The fact still remains that the quality drew people in, those people then recommended it to friends who then went and paid money to see it rather than wait and download it when they had nothing else to watch.

    It’s easy to blame piracy for the loss of revenue but maybe they need to look a little closer at the issue of Quality vs Quantity. 

    2 years ago  /  1 note