Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by RickAgresta, Oct 10, 2007.
Raspy needs a new avitar.
I guess I could use that suit, but only if it's the new nanotech one seen in Avengers Infinity Wars. As for the dancing, yeah... no. A lot of alcohol intake within a short span of time is usually required prior to such exhibitions.
I need to see a dancing Deadpool.
What? You haven't seen Deadpool 2?? There's the
Spoiler: jig, don't read this until you've watched DP2, and of course you need to watch DP first
pole dancing scene in the night club, with Deadpool wearing a wig and high heels
Hahaha! Yes! But I meant a little guy like the dancing Spidey above. ^ Interpretive dance, of course.
Also, I had to watch the Deadpool films a couple of times each in order to glean all of the goodies from them. They move at such a lightning pace that even when viewed with captioning turned ON, some dialogue just whizzes past! Those scripts are "good to the last drop" (and bodies do drop like flies therein.)
I'm happy to oblige. This one has a bonus too:
Same here. I didn't catch the "grumpy old f***er with a Winter Soldier arm" until the third time, and yes, I had to turn subtitles on too.
maybe we need a crappy news of the day thread...
yes, eol is, indeed, End of Life
People don't become 'adults' until their 30s, say scientists
Have you ever been told to "grow up" in your 20s or need an excuse as to why you still find cat videos on the internet really funny?
Well now you might have an official reason as to why you're not acting like a mature adult.
People don't become fully "adult" until they're in their 30s, according to brain scientists.
Currently the UK law says you become a mature adult when you reach the age of 18.
Scientists who study the brain and nervous system say the age at which you become an adult is different for everyone.
Research suggests people aged 18 are still going through changes in the brain which can affect behaviour and make them more likely to develop mental health disorders.
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