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Posted: Dec 20 2007, 01:53 AM
Resident Chuck Norris Historian
Group: Squint Squad
Member No.: 38
Joined: 27-March 06
Why is it that in movies, unless the character is discribed as clumsy, do people rarely fall down? It's part of human nature, and if the movie is meant to be realistic, people should fall down. Gosh bolly people!
And how come whenever something gets blown up, do people not scream "holy shit, what the f**k was that?" It's a reasonable reaction. Now I know that swearing is frowned upon, but so is blowing stuff up, so therefore if something gets blown up, go the whole nine yards and drop the 'f' bomb once or twice.
And how come nobody in the olden days ever felt bad for killing anyone? So they can't have unmarried sex, but killing somebody, oh sure, no problem? Like in Pirates, no sex, but no remorse for all those people they slayed? Come on, Swann, get it on with Turner before we ALL grow old and die, for God's sake!
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