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post #8311 of 11362
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Originally Posted by Magick Man View Post

I thought that was Girl Generation? confused.gif

Is there a difference?
post #8312 of 11362

To be fair it's a tad bit hard to tell the difference, even for me. The jeans look is patent-pended soshi.

 

But everyone knows that everyday is Girl's Day, and every generation is Girl's Generation. Duh.

 

The big pointer would be when you take a look at the middle girl's shirt kittens. If they're ripe, Rainbows, if they're not, soshi.

post #8313 of 11362

I don't know what you guys are talking about...

http://www.head-fi.org/u/145831/girls-generation

post #8314 of 11362

I've not seen GG without his shirt on.... I have however seen his underwear stretch over his buttcrack as he bent downwards to lift a DAC. 

 

I think I'll take Jaekyung from Rainbow instead.

post #8315 of 11362
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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post
 

I've not seen GG without his shirt on.... I have however seen his underwear stretch over his buttcrack as he bent downwards to lift a DAC. 

 

I think I'll take Jaekyung from Rainbow instead.

 

You and your buttcrack references.....

:confused_face_2:

post #8316 of 11362

Unfortunately that was no joke...:confused_face_2:

post #8317 of 11362
I have to admit that the first time I had ever seen tonight's avatar was today...

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"Johnny Cypher in Dimension Zero" has got to be one of the worst animated cartoons I have ever seen. It was apparently only shown on a handful of independent TV stations starting in 1967 - and none of those stations were available to me when I was a kid. However, they also made a VERY surprising 131 episodes of this stinkbomb. I'm guessing each episode cost about $2 to make. tongue.gif Johnny Cypher was a "scientist" that had the ability to travel across time and space at will. He also seemed to exhibit some super strength - breaking down brick walls, etc.

post #8318 of 11362

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post #8319 of 11362

I'm trying to reverse-engineer this ever so popular casserole recipe my mother uses for tomorrow's event. Not working out. Splatters everywhere. You'd think that Jason just passed by the Pillsbury boy last Friday (btw no one mentioned this - Friday the 13th was yesterday!).

 

Anyone have good casserole know-how/recipes?

 

BTW rolls and rolls of Makizushi shall be made in the morning. Sublime. I'll try and take a picture before they guzzle it all.

 

And I've realized the true reason towards why the thread has died the past two days - our #1 and #2 posters (as seen per the rankings - the order has been flipped towards the Arg's favour now) are dormant and/or a doormat.

post #8320 of 11362
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Originally Posted by billybob_jcv View Post

I have to admit that the first time I had ever seen tonight's avatar was today...

johnny-zero.JPG


"Johnny Cypher in Dimension Zero" has got to be one of the worst animated cartoons I have ever seen. It was apparently only shown on a handful of independent TV stations starting in 1967 - and none of those stations were available to me when I was a kid. However, they also made a VERY surprising 131 episodes of this stinkbomb. I'm guessing each episode cost about $2 to make. tongue.gif Johnny Cypher was a "scientist" that had the ability to travel across time and space at will. He also seemed to exhibit some super strength - breaking down brick walls, etc.


Wouldn't suck so badly if the music was better.
post #8321 of 11362
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Originally Posted by billybob_jcv View Post

Is there a difference?

I guess not. biggrin.gif Just saw them without makeup, yikes!
post #8322 of 11362
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Originally Posted by Magick Man View Post
 
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Originally Posted by billybob_jcv View Post

I have to admit that the first time I had ever seen tonight's avatar was today...

johnny-zero.JPG


"Johnny Cypher in Dimension Zero" has got to be one of the worst animated cartoons I have ever seen. It was apparently only shown on a handful of independent TV stations starting in 1967 - and none of those stations were available to me when I was a kid. However, they also made a VERY surprising 131 episodes of this stinkbomb. I'm guessing each episode cost about $2 to make. tongue.gif Johnny Cypher was a "scientist" that had the ability to travel across time and space at will. He also seemed to exhibit some super strength - breaking down brick walls, etc.


Wouldn't suck so badly if the music was better.

*said in a monotonous voice*

The. Music. Is. What. You. Are. Concerned. About? Curious. Indeed.

post #8323 of 11362

Man, that's one of the worst I've ever seen. The animation is pitiful, the voice acting is godawful, the idea that a powerful telescope would keep something in frame for more than a few seconds without any kind of mechanical tracking (which wasn't in evidence) dooms the credibility within the first minute, and I stopped watching when they managed to freeze a star and start drilling holes in its surface.

 

Oh, and the little imp child sounds like Spritle from Speed Racer, so either they tried to imitate that voice for some reason or else they got the same person to do that part. Kind of interesting.

post #8324 of 11362
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Originally Posted by billybob_jcv View Post


Is there a difference?

 

Yes, Well not really just 2 girl groups from different Companies, one is with 7 girls and another with 9 girls...... 

:biggrin:

post #8325 of 11362
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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post

I'm trying to reverse-engineer this ever so popular casserole recipe my mother uses for tomorrow's event. Not working out. Splatters everywhere. You'd think that Jason just passed by the Pillsbury boy last Friday (btw no one mentioned this - Friday the 13th was yesterday!).

Anyone have good casserole know-how/recipes?

BTW rolls and rolls of Makizushi shall be made in the morning. Sublime. I'll try and take a picture before they guzzle it all.

And I've realized the true reason towards why the thread has died the past two days - our #1 and #2 posters (as seen per the rankings - the order has been flipped towards the Arg's favour now) are dormant and/or a doormat.

I flew on an airplane on Friday - and I survived! In fact, Friday was a pretty good day for me. Maybe my universe is reversed, where every day sucks *except* Friday the 13th?

What are you putting in your Maki? Any sauces for them, or are you a purist? I'm a typical 'merican - I have no respect for the traditions. I like rolls wrapped in Salmon & avocado and drizzled with Unagi sauce and/or spicy mayo.
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