Why is it so good?
Miss me yet?
I think its either lotr or toy story?
This was funny.
You are now aware that Steven Crowder provided the voice of Brain when he was 12 years old.
Missed the episode :(
how can i rewatch it?
how the fuck does he get out?
Does is strike anyone else as a little fucked up that so many people are happy about the execution of a child? I think that Jon was justified in doing what he did, because the rules of the Nights Watch are pretty absolute. However, I would hope that most rational people would forgive a young boy for being manipulated into a misguided attempt to avenge his murdered family. As Varus literally said earlier in the episode, children are blameless.
Fuck, that's tough. I was always a Razer fan when I was a kid because of the aesthetics, but the utilitarian approach of Chaos 2 coupled with the sheer flipping power, i think I'd have to go for Chaos 2.
well this was quite the shitty overrated juvenile flick
I smoke cigars because of Columbo.
At the beginning of the show, I thought she was objectively attractive, but I myself had no sexual feelings for her.
I'm now on episode 11 and I kid you not, I have a fucking throbbing boner for her and want to find her and hatefuck her into oblivion. And not in a bad way, but in a "she's fucking smoking" kind of way.
What the fuck happened? Has anyone else experienced this? I can't stop thinking about crushing her pussy.
She's the perfect amount of crazy, sexy, elegant, intelligent, and sadomasochistic, dude. It'd be some bomb ass sex.
Props to the actress. The character actually grew on me enormously.
HOW CAN YOU BE SO OBTUSE
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why did the dialogue for this episode sound like it was written by a 5 year old?