Author Topic: "F**k my Hat, I didn't know that!" Amazing things you've only just found out  (Read 152053 times)

GoblinAhFuckScary

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Surely that's the joke?

Guess i'm being dense. But I had fun anyway x

The Lurker

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Mara Wilson and Ben Shapiro are cousins.

Nigel Farage (like Hitler) only has one ball.

Cuellar

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And Graham Linehan. Really makes u think.

Wait, Farage has Linehan in place of his other ball?

petrilTanaka

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And Graham Linehan. Really makes u think.

And Tommy Cannon

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I see what you did there.

Ambient Sheep

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Surely the whole Alan Melon thing is a play on famous French actor Alain Delon.

It's nice to know all those teenage years staying up to watch late night French movies on BBC2 weren't for nothing. :-)

There's an animated TV series based on Kirkman's rather marvellous 'Invincible', comic. This year!

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There's an animated TV series based on Kirkman's rather marvellous 'Invincible', comic. This year!
Fuck me! Really?? Awesomeness! Loved Invincible, even though I never finished it.

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'Kia ora' is Maori for 'Stay safe'

Fr.Bigley

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'Kia ora' is Maori for 'Stay safe'

Um bongo is Scouse for "what do you like to play, Ringo?_

Artie Fufkin

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Um bongo is Scouse for "what do you like to play, Ringo?_
Surely that's Ringo's reply?

Fr.Bigley

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Surely that's Ringo's reply?

Correct, I've had too many altar wines dear.

Artie Fufkin

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Correct, I've had too many altar wines dear.
LOLZ.
Nice joke, anyhow.

Fr.Bigley

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LOLZ.
Nice joke, anyhow.

Thank you, my son.

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Morton-Tiokol - a name I have always associated with the Challenger disaster due to them being the manufacturers of the fateful O-rings - was formed in 1982 through a merger of Thiokol, a chemical and rocketry company, and Morton, a producer of salt for table and road use. After the disaster the companies de-merged and went back their separate ways, one producing rockets and the other producing salt.

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But this time around with Morton manufacturing rocketry and Thiokol producing table salt. Truly bizarre.

petrilTanaka

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'Kia ora' is Maori for 'Stay safe'

and not, as I once thought, Maori for a parade of cartoon racism

I just watched the 'THE CORN IS RAW' scene from Wargames and was amazed by the guy applying butter to his corn using a piece of bread. Why haven't I thought of that before? Game changer!

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I just watched the 'THE CORN IS RAW' scene from Wargames and was amazed by the guy applying butter to his corn using a piece of bread. Why haven't I thought of that before? Game changer!

Every time I watch War Games I add corn to my shopping list thanks to that scene, and I usually start watching Ferris Bueller straight after as well (unless I started watching War Games thanks to watching Bueller). Somewhat sexistly the same cannot be said for Breakfast Club or St Elmo’s Fire.

Does Broderick have the same bedroom in both films? They’ve definitely become one in my memory.

Nah, Ferris' bedroom is notable because it has tens of thousands worth of audio equipment in it, including an Emulator II sampler synth (which he uses to play the cough samples).

Wired did an article on it.
https://www.wired.com/2014/11/ferris-bueller-movie-gadgets/

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Nah, Ferris' bedroom is notable because it has tens of thousands worth of audio equipment in it, including an Emulator II sampler synth (which he uses to play the cough samples).

Wired did an article on it.
https://www.wired.com/2014/11/ferris-bueller-movie-gadgets/

Thought people were discussing my bedroom there. Was like “wtf”

Thought people were discussing my bedroom there. Was like “wtf”

Imagine if you did sleep in a room identical to that.

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Imagine if you did sleep in a room identical to that.

It’d mean giving the wife and child the heave-ho, but for a Gretsch White Falcon and original Fender Bassman I’d have to give it proper consideration.

Who needs a wife when you can paint a naked lady on your IBM XT?

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Who needs a wife when you can paint a naked lady on your IBM XT?

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Queen Victoria only inherited the throne because her father's three older brothers all died with no legitimate children, and her father died while his brother was still king. It's the equivalent of Prince Edward's daughter becoming queen after Charles if Charles, Anne and Andrew had no kids and all Charles' siblings died before he did.

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Could the contents of Bueller’s room have been sold to cover the cost of Cameron’s dad’s car?

Could the contents of Bueller’s room have been sold to cover the cost of Cameron’s dad’s car?

We talking the value of an actual 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder, or the mock-up they made out of an MG?

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