Monday, April 2, 2012

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  1. First one was very stupid and not at all funny. The second one was a bit clever. The third was a good prank, and I liked it.

  2. I want to send a FB friend request to #3′s wife. She sounds like an amazingly fantastic person and I want to have a drink with her.

  3. Was Harry Potter, or whatever the first one is referencing, ever funny? The mods seem to think it’s hilarious..

  4. Yeah, it wasn’t really funny. Harry potter references are horrible. and this trending humour on the internet is slowly losing any credibility

  5. slicingupeyeballs

    She does sound a good sort.
    I don’t want to have a drink though, I just want to blow spunk in her face…

  6. Being that she and I (should) have the same equipment, blowing spunk isn’t in the cards for me. Of course, she may like my boobs. I’d show them to her.

  7. Last one is a good prank

  8. To those who thought the first one was a Harry Potter reference, this was a Lord of the Rings reference. And I lol’d at “They’re taking the hobbits to Isengard!” xD

  9. You must have redhair.

  10. the harry potter and lord or the rings reference jokes are fuckin terrible and not funny at all. if you ever say any magical or mystical mythological , youre an unlikeable loser.

  11. How in fuck can you Philistines confuse J.R.R. Tolkien with J.K. Rowling?
    Turn your computer off and go read a fucking book.

  12. What Bacchante said. x1000.

  13. I don’t read children’s literature when I crack open a book.

  14. I wish that I had thought of Number 3 myself… Just a tad jelly… But, there’s always next year.

  15. oh dear, Bacchante. really? it sucks when you try and correct someone but make such a terrible mistake yourself…it was a movie – not a book.

  16. FYI – I hate myself for that one.

  17. @bradles Tolkien is not children’s literature. Maybe you don’t crack as many as you think.

  18. Hawky – hobbits, gobblins and talking trees? No you’re right, surely this is for grown ups.

  19. If you’d read the series, bradles, you would realise that (though The Hobbit is a bit on the elementary side) LOTR is definitely not written for children.

    Have you not heard of fantasy writing before?

  20. prolly just what he reads on literoticadotcom.

  21. That explains his spelling of gobblins… *badoom tish*

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