posting images of characters that look/are stoned?
sure why not.
its ok, I thought the same thing
its that awful 90s soft shading style that a lot of terrible porn has
i've spent way too much time here
I don't know if I should blame the shitposter or my people for leaving this impression for shitposters.
i'm sorry i'm not even american, this was just borderline dumb humor, but when i see american black people in massmedia ( and more generally other "SOCIAL" americans ) that give me the impression they have all forced reactions and attitudes for try to be "cool'
for exemple, i always see blacks talking with forced accents and voices with exageratted moves for acting "ghetto", MTV is full of that, movies and live action shows are full of that, even IRL videotapes are full of that, so i don't know, and whites americans does the same thing sometimes.
also i fucking hate characters of 90s cartoons like Max for their stereotyped attitudes and their forced "coolness".
You know these small battery operated devices that you put on your skin and they vibrate (and yes, actually for massage purposes, not "lol vibrators under a different name)?
He's getting a back massage with one of these things.
I'm honestly excited for 14, but with them going out of the way to get Reba McEntire, I'm afraid they're gonna ditch the pro-immigrant message to make it more palatable to the kind of audience that'd buy if for their kids just because Reba's in it.
Yep. She's a pteranodon that probably has some connection to Bron, Littlefoot's dad. And duh, of course she sings. The song she's in is in every bit of promotional material I've seen so far.
Yep. First one in 8 years. As a fan I'm excited, but I know it sure as hell wasn't out of the kindness of Universal's hearts. It's because they predicted a dinosaur boom with Jurassic World and the Good Dinosaur and wanted to cash in. Still, as long as it's better than 13 was, I'm not complaining, especially since they brought back Chomper and Ruby.
What have I done?
Forgive me /co/ for bringing this into the world.
Godamn it /co/.
Not gonna lie though, this is probably one of the funniest /co/ threads in a while.
After being on 4chan for 10+ years, I am now capable of being turned on by and jacking it to anything. Not that I regularly do it to tile flooring or anything, but if I challenged myself, I could.
I need to get off this website soon, I'm at the "humanoid" stage.
It's possible for your masturbation habits to be entirely separate from your actual sex life. Oh but I forgot what website I was on for a moment. Few of you actually have sex lives to know this sort of thing.
13 was bad because it lopped off the heart warming feelsy nature of the sequels and replaced it with mindless comedy-- particularly the fact that they got Cuba Gooding Jr. and Sandra Oh to play two characters that are Jar Jar Binks levels of annoying. The moral is ruined by the fact that it banks its success on using the two obnoxious comedy guest characters as examples. And it has a fart joke, which is pretty unforgivable for people who try to say these movies aren't as mindless as people think they are.
As for the best? 2, 3, 5, and 10 are the one I usually hear about. 2 and 5 have Chomper whose insanely popular and practically caries the films, 3 is edgy because it shows the Great Valley cracking under the strain of limited resources, and ten has the biggest twist in the series as well as being made with clear heart and passion.
So film ten is called the Great Longneck Migration, and all the longnecks have migrated to certain spot because of a dream they have. Littlefoot gets into a fight with a kid and the kid's guardian comes along and apologizes for him. When Littlefoot tells the man his name, the man remarks that 'Littlefoot' just so happened to be his nickname as a kid. Grandpa longneck comes in looking for Littlefoot and spots the man. Turns out, the guy is Littlefoot's long lost father, Bron. There was absolutely no warning in the advertising of this film that this was going to happen, so it was big surprise. Anyway, Littlefoot runs away in fear and it's highly implied that he considers the possibility that Bron abandoned him and his mother to fend for themselves in the first film. Bron tells Littlefoot why he was never there for him and the two start to hit it off, with Bron eventually bringing up the possibility of Littlefoot coming to live with his heard, away from the Great Valley, and the film acts like it's seriously about to do so. In fact, ten feels like it was intended to be the last movie in the series with how heavy and emotional it is and how much it ties itself to the first movie.