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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by miss kermie, May 8, 2012.
10 to 20? How long are your licks? XD
Yeah, it takes at LEAST 50-100 licks. Trust me, I've tried lol.
MY random question is: Where the heck does Adele live that the rain she gets is flammable?
Under an oil refinery, I guess?
It will be worse, but surely better, too in some ways. It will change so much.
Is it possible to spam link referral websites, because on my blog, there are some VERY weird referral websites that doesn't even link to mine.
What's with people using a green "m" when writing "The Muppets" when talking about the new movie? I've been noticing it a lot on the forum lately by various users, and was just curious how that got its origin.
I know that the M was colored green in the style of Kermit in a lot of the promotions for the movie (I have a newspaper ad on my wall where the M is like that).
I personally find it ugly and distracting, but that's just me...
Yeah, I thought that it might be due to the Kermit M, but I just thought it was weird that without warning, it seems to have set off around the forum. 'Guess someone just started it and it took off.
That's actually kinda the main reason I asked about it, it really kinda seems out of place and actually bothers my eyes to see the green against the white and black like that.
When it comes to battery-powered novelty items or decorations that have multicolored lights, why are the blue lights always the ones to die out first?
Close enough. Beaker is head and shoul...er...strike that. He's head and hair above most Muppets, but Johnny's fairly tall. Or wears thick shoe soles.
I think it's to differentiate the movie, and the name.
Where exactly can you get those Santa get-ups (the suit and beard and stuff) for Christmas, and are they terribly expensive?
Why did Rose let go of Jack?
Why are most memes either about Carly Rae Jespen's "Call Me Maybe" or about toilet humor?
I haven't seen many of either of those...and I go on memebase everyday practically...
Really? I see so many of them on Facebook though...
Go on memebase. I actually saw a meme about how the only memes on facebook are the overused ones that no one finds funny anymore
Remember fanny packs? They were a big fashion accessory in the late 80's-early 90's. But the name was misleading. Hardly anyone wore them on their fannies, since they'd be too easy for people to pickpocket and hard for you to reach. So people spun them around to their fronts.
Maybe they can make a comeback. If Abercrombie & Fitch or Tommy H. marketed them as a "Crotch Pack", the kids will come in droves and sales will skyrocket! Get the economy back on an even keel! It may be too late this year, but Christmas 2013 could be a banner year if they handle this right! Every store is looking for that one blockbuster item everybody wants, and maybe- just maybe- this could be it. Get in on the ground floor now!
Put a Muppet of your choice on front, and that will seal the deal!
Wow, 600 posts in 8 years?! I better cool it, I'm burning this board up!
So many different pieces of apparel from decades past are often attempted to be marketed to people again in more modern times... I remember when I was a kid, some time in the mid-to-late 90s, Old Navy (I think) tried to bring bellbottoms back, only they called them "Flairs", or something. Similarly, not too many years ago, there seemed to be an attempt to bring leg warmers back. I guess, at this point in time, in another twenty years or so, they'll try to bring back things like fishnet stockings, arm socks, and drab-colored plaid skirts.
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