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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Tawûsê, Jul 29, 2017.
A few years later...
Hoo boy, I guess it's time we do our research on the occult rituals Brendan Fraser took part in...
BTW., RetardedOldShoe, you STILL owe me the story of bismuth, you miserable waste of space.
As for Brendan Fraser, wow, that's harsh. He had a few flops in recent years, but I do remember him fondly from his movies of the early Naughts and so on.
His wife ass raped him, no wonder he's depressed.
That looked way too sad to watch. My life is too sad enough as it is to feed off his entropy.
He's gotten fatter and is losing hair. He can hire a personal trainer and have hair implants or whatever it is they do.
He kinda can't, he's bleeding money because of his whore wife.
God I miss this guy, good actor. Shame what happened to him.
I've been rude to you because you're an idiot who keeps on being cryptic about quite obviously ridiculous things. You're useless. I'm only riling about the bismuth thing because I'm honestly interested in how easy I can destroy it and how your various mental illnesses will let you make up things to save you from the cognitive dissonance.
Just give it a try. I'll try to use no overly complicated physics and everything will be understandable to laymen. C'mon, you know you want to try it.
/edit: But I guess you're chickening out. You don't actually have anything. That's just sad.
Damn that's him? Barely recognize him. His speech pattern and voice are even different from the last time I saw him. Hell of a 180.
We follow you to know when your dumbass is shitposting.
My first experience watching Brendan Fraser in a movie was with The Passion of Darkly Noon as a wee prepubescent lad. I happened to catch it on a movie channel back when I first got cable tv and I would spend hours channel surfing at night. It forever made me get really disturbed whenever I saw him in childfriendly movies, my brain just remembers him covered in Body paint, screaming his head off while wielding a sledgehammer. I mean the movie is pretty shit, but for a little impressionable kid who had only watched national television up to that point it left a mark.
I still enjoyed the Mummy movies, well the first 2.
Spoiler alert for a 13-year-old TV episode:
He scarred me emotionally when his character died on Scrubs. I still cry whenever I watch that episode. FUCK YOU FRASER
That episode hit like a truck.
"Where do you think we are?"
Yeah, I did not see that coming. In hindsight it should've been obvious, all the hints were there. Yet I still can't help but cry even when I rewatch it for the umpteenth time. Outstanding episode, really.
Ok, now I am curious.
Toront, you've never seen the most needlessly brutal episode of Scrubs?
If I did it was in Iraq when we watched it and I suppressed it.
It's called "My Screwup" 14th episode of season 3. Don't look up any spoilers.