Pokemon Pick-Up Lines You Should Probably Avoid

With San Diego Comic Con about to begin, and the possibility of geek love in the air, it’s a sure bet that geeky pick-up lines are being rehearsed, tested and rewritten so they're ready to be unveiled at bars and clubs around the big event.

Conversations are already going to be awkward, so why not make them even more awkward by infusing your pick-up lines with Pokemon references?

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Why not? Because those lines don't sound as funny when spoken aloud as they do in your head, as demonstrated in this hilarious video by Nacho Punch.

Chances are the Pokemon fan/cosplayer/trainer you’re exposing to these horribly niche flirtations has already heard every line from “Star you single?" to "Are you a cat that shoots out random gold coins? Cause you got a pretty Meowth", so you might as well give up the hunt now before you take a critical hit.

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-Via Topless Robot



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Fourth Annual Robot Film Festival


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The 4th annual Robot Film Festival, now in its fourth year, acknowledges robots in film. The festival will be presented on July 19th, 2014 at Bot & Dolly studios in San Francisco. This year's theme is “Telepresence & Identity: Human-Machine Integration.” Tickets can be purchased online at Eventbrite. From their promotional literature,

"The Robot Film Festival is an annual celebration of robots on screen and in performance. The event features screenings of invited films and juried selections from open-call submissions, live performances by robot entertainers, and a red-carpet awards ceremony.

The first and only event of its kind, the Robot Film Festival was founded in 2011 to inject both artistry and playfulness into traditional robotic engineering and to explore the frontiers of the human-machine relationship."

Learn more at the film festival website. Via Laughing Squid.



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Real Life Peter Griffin Spotted In Allentown

Attendees at the Allentown, Pennsylvania Comic Con were treated to an impromptu performance by a real life cartoon character, a man who looks, sounds and (kinda) acts like a real life Peter Griffin from that Family Guy cartoon show.

This spot-on cosplayer also happens to be from Rhode Island, he has a Facebook account where he has proclaimed himself to be the Real Life Peter Griffin, and guess what- nobody’s arguing with him, because this is clearly the role he was born to play!

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Thankfully someone caught the whole thing on video, and even though the audio is pretty terrible, and really hard to hear at times, you kinda get the picture...oh, and he’s not punching a giant chicken so it’s not terribly exciting. Still, real life Peter Griffin you guys!

(May contain language that is NSFW)

-Via Nerd Approved



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8-Bit Character Sprites Made Real

It's safe to say video game sprites weren't meant to faithfully represent what the characters would look like in real life, game designers were just doing the best they could with so few pixels while trying to keep their characters visually interesting.

Sprites are better off in 2D, and as illustrator Scott Johnson demonstrates when you try to bring those 8-bit sprites into any sort of three dimensional space you end up with a total horrorshow:

It would have been mighty hard to root for characters that look like they just crawled out of a radioactive swamp, although there's still something cute about little misshapen Link.

-Via Nerd Approved



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The Legend Of The Flying Tomato

When you hear an animated short is entitled The Legend of the Flying Tomato several images probably come to mind- jeering audiences made up of kids armed with rotten fruit, the next evolution in killer tomatoes, or that one Veggie Tales short they cut because it was too “edgy”.

Well, this short does start with rotten tomatoes being thrown, but the Flying Tomato in question is a little girl with big dreams of becoming a larger-than-life pro wrestler:

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The Legend of the Flying Tomato was created by students Michael Yates, Aurry Tan and Sharon Huang from the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida, but you’d never guess they created it for a senior thesis, because it looks so darn good!

-Via AWN



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Guy Tries To Recap A Song of Ice and Fire In Two Minutes, Fails Horribly

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Attempting to recap George R.R. Martin's entire epic series A Song of Ice and Fire in two minutes is an extremely tall order, but Slacktory host Nick Douglas was so sure he was up to the task that he let the camera roll and went for it.

He failed, of course, but Nick did manage to become so lost in his stream-of-thought ramblings that even people who have read the entire epic series will struggle to make sense of it all, thereby confusing everyone into believing Nick has actually read the entire series.

Nick’s video contains spoilers (kinda), so if you live in fear of Game of Thrones-related spoilers you may not want to tune in. Otherwise, enjoy watching Nick flounder!

-Via Slacktory



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15 Fun Facts about Batman: The Animated Series

On September 5, 1992, Batman: The Animated Series--one of the greatest American cartoons of the 1990s--first aired. It launched a great era of DC superhero cartoons known to fans as the DC Animated Universe. Here are 15 facts you might not know about this show.


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1. Animators Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski created this short pilot film in order to pitch their Batman series to network executives. They voiced it themselves, with Timm providing Batman's grunts and Radomski providing everything else.

2. Radomski developed the backgrounds for the series. In order to give it the film noir atmosphere that he and Timm wanted, Radomski started by painting everything black, then adding highlights. The visual effect of this decision is especially effective in the shots of Gotham's skyline. 


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3. Among the strongest visual influences for the show were the old Dave Fleischer Superman cartoons. These 17 cartoons, such as the one you see above, were made in the 1940s.


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4. When casting for the voice of Batman, voice director Andrea Romano searched for a voice that was “inherently sexy.” Batman was “a rule breaker,” and that dangerousness could appeal to women. Kevin Conroy had just the right voice and nailed his audition.

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The New Batgirl

DC Comics is giving Batgirl a new life, a new look, and an awesome new costume. The first issue will be out in October, illustrated by Babs Tarr. The stories will be written by Cameron Stewart and Brendan Fletcher. MTV talked to all three.

Stewart: Batgirl has really been put through the wringer in recent years – after being attacked and paralyzed by the Joker, her brother turning out to be a serial murderer, the trauma of her family breaking apart and the series of gruesome villains she’s had to contend with, we figured she deserved a break from all that. Just prior to the start of our story she’s pushed to the breaking point and decides that she’s had it with misery and darkness and wants a change. She wants the opportunity to have some fun and live the life of a young, single girl in the city, so she packs up and moves to Burnside, the cool, trendy borough of Gotham, to focus on grad school.

The costume is awesome, don't you think? It's supposed to be one that Batgirl made herself. -via Geeks Are Sexy



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Take Your Business Back In Time With Business Pogs

Want to take your totally 21st century business back to the glory days of the 1990s? Then you gotta keep it old school by replacing your boring rectangular business cards with some fresh round Business Pogs.

They’re a game of some sort, a cool conversation piece and a business card in one, and when you’re done with them you can throw them away-just like the original pogs from the 90s!

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Not sure if this is some genius level marketing or a horrible way to advertise yourself, also not sure if this site is a joke or for realsies despite their claims that "This is a real product and real site!", but one thing is certain- nobody will ever forget you if you hand them a pog business card!

-Via Laughing Squid



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Ten Fun Facts About The 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Movie

The live action hero in a half shell legacy began in 1990 with the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film, which many fans believe to be the only worthwhile movie in the franchise’s history.

Even fans of the comic book loved the film when it first came out (which used to be a rare occurrence), and even though it looks campy compared to today's standards there's something inherently charming about characters created with practical effects rather than CGI.

No wonder the TMNT were so charming- their suits were created by Jim Henson's Creature Workshop, and it's said that Jim was rather upset with the amount of violence in the movie.

That on-screen violence was the same reason Playmates Toys decided not to release a toy line featuring characters from the movie, even though they were already releasing the Ninja Turtle toy line based on the animated TV series.

Want to learn more about the rubber suited Ninja Turtle tale that ushered in the 90s? Read 10 Fun Facts About 1990s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, brought to you by GeekTyrant.



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Travel To The Stars With Galaxy Getaways

Vacations don’t have to be mundane, or involve flying on a crowded plane, because the galaxy has been opened up to the tourism industry, and we can now pay a visit to the stars! 

Marvel would like to invite you to explore the cosmos with Galaxy Getaways, their clever way of introducing audiences to some of the alien planets found in the upcoming movie Guardians of the Galaxy:

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Once the travel video has finished implanting a travel bug in your neurochamber make sure you visit The Galaxy Getaways site, where you can learn about all the adventures that await you on the abandoned planet Morag, or the best thing to order when you visit the renowned restaurant Gluborg's on Xandar, "a peaceful paradise in the stars". Bon voyage!

-Via Nerd Approved



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How To Do Porky Pig's Voice In Thirty Seconds

He’s the shy little pig with an extremely pronounced stutter, and even though he was typically cast as a sidekick (and the fact that he doesn’t wear pants) he became one of the most beloved Warner Brothers cartoon characters of all time.

Every WB cartoon fan has tried to do the Porky Pig stutter at one time or another, but Mel Blanc is a difficult voice act to follow unless you know how to p-p-p-prop-p-perly st-stu-stu-stutter like good ol’ Porky himself:

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Let voice actor Bob Bergen, who incidentally knew Mel Blanc and may have picked up a few pointers from him, show you how it’s done so you can wow toon fans and s-s-st-stu-...talk funny just like a cartoon superstar!

-Via Cartoon Brew



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Everything You Never Knew About The Last Starfighter

The Last Starfighter was the story of a guy who escaped trailer park life by becoming really good at an arcade game- his epic high score got the attention of aliens who were in need of a hero, and a generation of kids who grew up loving video games were officially hooked by this dream come true premise.

When The Last Starfighter came out in 1984 arcade obsessed kids just couldn't get enough, but most of us knew very little about the movie except for what we saw on the screen, and the fact that Atari promised us a Last Starfighter arcade game but never delivered.

Now that io9 has revealed Everything You Never Knew About The Making of Last Starfighter it's time to dust off the VCR and rewatch this fun 80s flick, if only to remind ourselves why we were so obsessed with it as kids!



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Color The World Cubicle Gray With The Executive Coloring Book

The executive lifestyle is not generally thought of as a colorful lifestyle, in fact, uniformity and a lack of color are encouraged in the office, at least in terms of dress code:

That’s what makes The Executive Coloring Book so special- color adders get to add a bit of color to the world of gray suits and navy blue power ties, and maybe learn a thing or two about the briefcase luggers who lord over the cubicle crowd:

This wonderful coloring book/satirical piece of social commentary was created by Marcie Hans, Dennis Altman, and Martin A. Cohen, three revolutionary folks who appreciate how important coloring books are to people with too much time on their hands.

Their color-able commentary on corporate life came out way back in 1961, when corporations had yet to become people and post-war Americans were learning how to maintain the status quo, and yet it's somehow just as relatable today as when it came out over fifty years ago.

-Via Dangerous Minds



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Behind the Scenes of the First Superman Comic Book

When it was published in 1938, Action Comics #1 cost 10 cents. It was the first appearance of Superman. As a result, surviving copies can sell for more than a million dollars.

Joe Shuster drew the now famous cover image. It shows Superman heroically lifting a wrecked car. Or we assume that he's being a hero. Have you actually read Action Comics #1? I haven't.

Fortunatelly, artist Kerry Callen has a scanned an interior page to reveal what Superman is actually doing.

-via Jalopnik

P.S. Thanks to Callen's encyclopedic knowledge of comic book history, we also know that Batman is a hoarder.



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A Linguist of Fire and Blood

David J. Peterson is a linguist by trade and a conlanger by hobby -until he actually got a job inventing languages. HBO hired him to create the fantasy languages used in the series Game of Thrones: Dokrathi and Valyrian. How does one manage to land a job like that? They contacted a club of conlangers, the Language Creation Society.

The Language Creation Society then put together an application process, which took the form of a contest. You had to sign an NDA in order to see what show it was, so a lot of good conlangers—those of us who create languages for fun—didn’t take it seriously. But there were still about 40 really excellent conlangers who applied, and I was one of them. There were two rounds of judging. First round of judging was by language creators; the second round was by producers. And I’m the one who made it through both rounds.

I had been creating languages for 10 years. But everybody else applying was equally skilled. So I figured the edge that I had was pretty much an endless amount of time—I was unemployed. I just decided: Well, let’s just try to create the whole thing. In those rounds of judging, I created about 90 percent of the grammar—which is ridiculous for two months. Then I created 1,700 words of vocabulary—which is equally ridiculous for two months. Overall, I produced about 300 total pages of material. I figure that was probably what put it over the top.

Since then, Peterson has been pretty busy. In addition to Game of Thrones, he’s the staff linguist for several other TV series now. The A.V. Club talked to Peterson about the challenges of constructing a language, from scratch or from the few words George R.R. Martin used in his books, and what it’s like working for the hit HBO show. -via Metafilter  

Also check out Peterson’s blog, Dothraki.



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Pley Is Like Netflix For LEGO Sets

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For those who want to build LEGO sets without committing to the high cost of buying LEGO sets there is now a monthly rental option called Pley.

Pley is an online rental service that allows you, the builder, to rent sets for a monthly fee and return them whenever you’re done building them up and taking them apart again.

You get the joy of building (virtually) every LEGO set you've ever wanted to build without having to take out a loan, and they'll even forgive you for losing up to fifteen pieces, which is more forgiveness than you'd allow yourself after paying full price for a set.

The pieces are disinfected between rentals, their library is ever expanding, so any set you see is sure to show up in stock soon, and it serves as yet another example of how good kids have it nowadays!

-Via LifeHacker



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The Strange Movie H.R. Giger Spent Decades Trying To Make

H. R. Giger’s dream of making a "unique love story" based on his extremely visual ideas, a movie entitled The Mystery of San Gottardo, sadly wasn’t realized before his untimely death, and fans of Giger's work are left wondering what could have been...

San Gottardo is an "unique love story", a surreal exercise in human form and its deconstruction, and a waking nightmare all wrapped up in a package that looks like it was sent straight from Silent Hill.

In fact, some creatures from Silent Hill were definitely inspired by Giger’s San Gottardo project, does this lovely creature look familiar?:

Giger's Mystery movie was based on an early sketch he drew in 1963, and even though he started working on the storyline in the 70s, and had written the entire screenplay, San Gottardo proved to be far too strange for Hollywood studios to produce:

"It is about a man and his love for a freak of nature, Armbeinda, which is really a sentient limb combining an arm and a leg. It is the further development of a recurring image in my work over the last 30 years."

The concept stems from a 1963 creation called "The Beggar," Giger's very first sketch, featuring a leg and an arm holding a hat. Giger has filled several sketchbooks with the stories of these "reduced" beings.

The story concerns a race of biomechanoids created by a military organization. The premise: your arms and legs are slaves that do your bidding, but what if they have a mind of their own and were set free? Ink drawings depict the disembodied parts attacking their creator (Giger's self-portrait) in the San Gottardo border tunnel which links Switzerland and Italy. To insure that his vision remains intact, Giger hopes to retain creative control as a producer on the film... and not be forced to rely on CGI.

-Via io9



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Crazy Planet Of The Apes Moments

The world has once again gone to the apes thanks to the new film Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, so folks are trotting out all kinds of factoids from the original five films, remembering how much they hated the Tim Burton remake, and discussing whether the new film will faithfully add to the original franchise...

That’s great and all, but what if you want to see some ape suited actors letting it all hang out? You need to check out this Variety article entitled 7 Crazy Planet of the Apes Moments You Won’t Believe, because it’s the swingin’ place to be!

There’s a young(ish) Cher hanging out with some simian pals:

Paul Williams in full orangutan makeup singing a soulful tune on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson:

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...and many more examples of monkeying around sure to make you screech with laughter!

It might be just the thing to get you in the mood to watch the original five movies again, and the perfect demonstration of why practical effects are sometimes way better than CGI- because animated apes can't make guest appearances on TV shows!



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Massive Behind-The-Scenes Photo Gallery From Ridley Scott's Alien

Imgur member Valaquen recently posted the ultimate collection of behind-the-scenes photos from Ridley Scott’s classic sci-fi/horror flick Alien, consisting of 253 pics with many more to come.

The photos reveal rarely seen concept art for the film, vehicle models, candid pics of the cast and crew, and costume designs created by Jean “Moebius” Giraud and Ron Cobb:

There are also some amazing pics of the late H.R. Giger hard at work on various aspects of the film, from concept art to painting models and costumes:

There are also a few shots of Giger putting the finishing touches on a model of the “starpilot”, a ¾ scale model which was sadly destroyed by fire soon after the film’s opening:

Valaquen has also posted behind-the-scenes galleries for Aliens, Alien 3, The Terminator and T2, and hopefully he'll continue to share more behind-the-scenes photos with the fans!

-Via GeekTyrant



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Trailer For Toby Froud's Short Puppet Film- Lessons Learned

If you love the darker works of Jim Henson, such as Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal, then you’re probably going to be just as excited as I am to see the new short puppet film Lessons Learned.

It was created by Toby Froud, AKA the baby from Labyrinth and son of Brian and Wendy, and Heather B. Henson, Jim’s youngest child and founder of puppet friendly company Ibex Puppetry:

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The short and ultra mysterious trailer reveals little more than the main characters, a strange talking box, and the fact that it's a new puppet film made by a Froud and a Henson, so you know it's going to be A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

Speaking of amazing, here's Toby posing with his two ultra-talented parents Brian and Wendy Froud, the folks (partly) responsible for the overall look of The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth:

They must be so proud of their talented son, who is continuing the Froud family legacy of creating stylish and imaginative fantasy worlds for fans to enjoy!

So far Lessons Learned has only been shown once, as part of the Handmade Puppet Dreams film series, but it's slated to return to the big screen as part of the 2014 Portland Film Festival in August, where it's sure to get lots more love from adoring puppet film fans.

-Via Portland Monthly



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This Is How Visual Effects Made Game of Thrones Season 4

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When you watch an episode of Game of Thrones the visual effects don’t really leap out at you or appear too obvious, except for the intro and the dragons of course, but there are a surprisingly large number of visual effects peppered throughout the show, and without those visual effects Game of Thrones just wouldn't look right.

This eye popping video from Mackevision, one of the VFX studios responsible for GoT's signature look, is not only incredible to watch and full of visual easter eggs, it will change the way you watch Game of Thrones, making you more aware of how flat the show would look without all the vfx.

As someone who has watched all four season of Game of Thrones I didn't really see anything in this video I would consider a spoiler, but if you haven't watched season 4 yet, and you're really afraid of having it spoiled for you, it's probably best you don't watch this video until you''re all caught up!

-Via io9



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Japanese Doctor Who

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If this isn’t a genuine low-budget Japanese knockoff of Doctor Who, it’s an ingenious recreation of one. It’s got Cybermen (Power Rangers in black), a Dalek named Dalekor, some cheesy kung-fu moves, and the ultimate weapon: the Sonic Screw Sword! Every details screams 1970s, doesn’t it? But this is a modern video by British artist and filmmaker Joshua Kahan. Sure to be an instant classic. -via The Daily Dot



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10 Villains And Evil Organizations Badly In Need Of A P.R. Makeover

Being a part of a villainous organization may seem like a glamorous lifestyle, when you're not getting shot at or punched in the face by the good guys, but the average citizen doesn't see the glamour and fame, they simply see a group which threatens their way of life.

Who can blame people for being wary when you name your group the Legion of Doom or the Masters of Evil? Maybe it's time for a public relations makeover, so people won't know what to expect from your evil organization until it's too late:

The nefarious baddies who made io9's list of 10 Villains and Evil Organizations That Badly Need P.R. Makeovers have been too busy subjugating humanity, battling the forces of good and simply doing what they do best, to consider how their image is affecting their success as a whole.

They need to take a lesson from successful villains such as Richard Nixon, Walter White and the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man- paint a pretty picture of yourself to the public, and don't let them see the real you until you've sunk your claws in deep enough to leave a mark!



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The Lord of the Rings in 90 Seconds

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Maybe you’ve thought about finally getting around to watching The Lord of the Rings trilogy, but those are three really long movies, even without the Hobbit prequels. In the time it takes to watch them all, you could write a dissertation. Or at least it seems that way. For you, Miss/Mr. Impatient, Mashable has created a TL;DW version of the movies condensed into 90 seconds. Oddly enough, outside of what happens to Sean Bean, which is to be expected, there are no spoilers in this video. -via HuffPo



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What If Ingmar Bergman Directed The Flash?

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Ingmar Bergman was known for many things as a director, but directing superhero movies isn’t one of them, and it’s doubtful the master filmmaker would have even known what a superhero is when he was making seminal arthouse films such as The Seventh Seal and Scenes From A Marriage.

Still, his style does lend a certain sense of emotional depth and existential awareness to the genre, and if this parody short by Patrick H Willems entitled What If Ingmar Bergman Directed The Flash? is any indication a Bergman style film about The Flash wouldn’t be half bad, although it may leave poor Barry Allen seeking psychotherapy!

-Via The Mary Sue



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WiFi

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Julian Smith brings us a sketch about what happens when the WiFi goes out. At my house, that’s a catastrophe. I am prepared with a long ethernet cable I can run under the office door to the modem, because internet is essential for what I do. However, my kids are all pouty and annoying, hovering around my computer when it happens, because they depend on mobile devices. -via Tastefully Offensive



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Ten Fun Facts About Forrest Gump

Forrest says that life is like a box of shrimp flavored chocolates that make you run, Forrest, run to the nearest toilet when you’re done. Oh, and his love interest Jenny became a hippie and made some really bad decisions in her life.

Okay, so I left out the part about him meeting Elvis and Nixon, his superstar ping pong playing and his eventful service in Vietnam, but is that all there is to know about Forrest Gump?

Well, according to GeekTyrant that’s far from the final word on this fan fave flick, and their Ten Fun Facts About Forrest Gump reveal what Bill Murray, Chevy Chase and John Travolta have to do with the film, as well as the bits which were based on actual events.



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Kids React To The Original Nintendo Game Boy

The original Nintendo Game Boy recently turned 25 years old, and even though mobile gaming has come a long way from the days of tiny green pixels, and screens so small you can hardly tell what's going on in the game, there’s still a whole lotta charm packed into that iconic Game Boy package:

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The Game Boy might look a little dated to the younger generation, but to those of us who were kids when the Game Boy was the new gaming hotness that little green screened Boy will always hold a special place in our hearts.

The Fine Bros present Kids React To Game Boy, and those Bros continue to do a fine job of showing us what's wrong with youngsters these days- they're way too hard to please!

-Via Geekologie



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