whenever I say YOOOOOOO this is exactly what I’m imagining
This is the exact YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I use
I can’t decide if I think that’s from Okami or Pokemon Stadium
That is the opening of the Steel Samurai theme in Phoenix Wright, you savage.
Specifically this version:
Hey guys, remember when Leia kicked a guy in the balls?
Hey, remember Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego?
My copy had a bug that crashed the game during the Columbus level, so I’ve never finished this game.
made this a while ago, not sure if showed to u.
Yes, yes you did. Some years ago,in fact, as the dated meme can attest.
For those of you who don’t know, LMFAO used to be a thing who made some stuff that got popular for five minutes. This particular joke is for my first RP character ever; a paladin (obviously). It’s been too long since I had a real sit-down game and I miss it, even with “Hollywood“‘s shenanigans.
It is your destiny
I’ve been thinking about this recently and I think that the camp of the Star Wars fandom that lambasts the ‘all Force-sensitives MUST be Jedi’ attitude (much like I think that Star Trek’s assertion that every Tom, Dick, and Harry wants to be Captain of a starship is bunk) are wrong…. from a certain point of view.
Allow me to explain; you can’t just walk away from your heritage, not completely. Obviously, there are plenty of people who are perfectly fine with not getting the training and living with the ancient duty of protecting everyone in the galaxy. Yet they still use their birthright, it doesn’t just go away because they never got kidnapped as an infant. They learn to trust their insights, develop little tricks that help them out of tight spots, are hard to catch off guard. Despite them not being Jedi in the definitive sense, they are making use of their heritage.
I’m reminded of a quote from Buffy that I feel fits this situation, and bear with me folks cause this is a paraphrase of a paraphrase: “Destiny is like a big umbrella and it doesn’t really care HOW you go about fulfilling it, only that you don’t stray outside the boundaries it makes.”
So, you could go about becoming a Force-user by being the biggest Sith asshole ever and destiny don’t give a damn because you fulfilled your destiny. Therefore, you do have to learn to use the Force if you are Force-sensitive, even though the robe and laser sword are optional. Does that make sense?
As always, feel free to discuss, question, criticize, or insult. Be assured, I’m interested in your thoughts on the matter.
Hey guys, remember that the Prequels used models too?
Nanana nana nanana na na na
Nanana nana nanana na na na
green day or batman you will never know
or my chemical romance or fall out boy
or lots of sodium
Q:You do know that the pick you are stating as being David Prowse is actually sword master Bob Anderson, who did most of Prowse' fighting in both Empire and Jedi? If you don't believe me, look up pics of Anderson and Prowse, especially those of Anderson teaching Viggo and the rest for LOTR.
Actually, yes. One of the first notes on my post was that it was actually Anderson and I posted a retraction.
Thank you, though.