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#107584 Worst Movie You've Ever Paid Money to See?

Posted by Affray on Yesterday, 08:10 AM

This one is easy.

Into the Woods. Worst fucking Disney I ever seen. My ex wanted to go.

My wife wanted to watch this and was supremely disappointed.

My favourite part is how they billed Johnny Depp like he was the star in a lot of the posters/ads and he had maybe ten minutes of face time in total.

The whole thing was a pretty clear attempt to cash in on star power and it fell oh so very short.




#107574 Worst Movie You've Ever Paid Money to See?

Posted by Affray on 25 April 2017 - 08:29 PM

I have a lot to offer, even if the guy is blind!

I guess he would be fine if he reads braille, ifyaknowaddamean.




#107568 Worst Movie You've Ever Paid Money to See?

Posted by Affray on 25 April 2017 - 08:15 AM

I did, and would rather watch it every day for the rest of my life than watch the second Anchorman movie ever again.

It's the only movie I've ever seen that gave me absolutely nothing, not even a sensible chuckle.

I was embarrassed for everyone involved in it and hope it keeps them up at night wondering what the fuck they were thinking.




#107545 It's earth day

Posted by Affray on 22 April 2017 - 09:07 PM

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#107526 The Voice in Your Head

Posted by Affray on 20 April 2017 - 12:14 PM

Self doubts can sometimes manifest as an inner monologue, which doesn't mean they are well founded, just present.

I can't even count the amount of times I've called myself a dumbass inside my own head.

You just have to pick and choose which things to listen to.

Most people are their own harshest critics.

 

Luckily I have a nicer voice in my head that balances out the self doubt guy when he gets too pushy.




#107494 Your Drugs

Posted by Affray on 18 April 2017 - 02:00 PM

Not every body has the mind for acid. You can't try and fight it or control it, any ego or resistance, or denial will only manifest itself in your trips. Just sit back, zoom out, and enjoy the altered state of consciousness. And most importantly, don't go off doing stupid amounts - that road is rocky.

 

I smoke weed, and I've tried other things like Shrooms, DMT, MD and Coke. Personally, LSD tops them all.

 

These things are controversial, but to be quite frank, I don't think they should be. Used in moderation and respect, it is highly unlikely any negative consequences will come of it. And I hasten to add, I've had some of the most incredible experiences of my life experimenting with these things.

 

I like to think outside the box, and there's nothing quite like an altered state of consciousness to achieve such a thing.

 

It's just important to know your limits, be with people you can trust, and don't let yourself become consumed by addiction.

I could just never justify the risk when it comes to the bigger stuff.

Yeah you might have some of the best experiences/feelings of your life, but there is the off chance that even if done safely and conscientiously you can die.

I prefer to have a consistently decent life than a super duper few years ending in a heart attack.




#107463 Happy zombie Jesus day!

Posted by Affray on 16 April 2017 - 12:09 PM

And Jesus said: When I come back in three days I don't want to see any eggs. Paint em, hide em, I don't care. Just get them out of here.




#107430 The member photo album.

Posted by Affray on 12 April 2017 - 07:23 PM

Remember the time affray showed his face.

You loved it.

You all loved it.




#107422 Bully To You

Posted by Affray on 12 April 2017 - 11:13 AM

I won't lift a finger to defend myself, but i will tear someone to shreds to defend someone else.

Those who suffer injustice are often the most ferocious defenders of others who are suffering.




#107411 Why So Serious

Posted by Affray on 12 April 2017 - 07:58 AM

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That dog probably had the best goddamn time ever.




#107410 Bully To You

Posted by Affray on 12 April 2017 - 07:57 AM

You either beat them and they stop, or you beat them then have to learn how to beat multiple people at once. From my experience anyway.

Funny story.

When I was younger a kid I went to school with had this happen exactly.

He punched his bully in the face in a moment of no return and the bully kid left him alone for a few days.

Then he came back with a posse of four other douche kids with intentions to fuck this victim kid up.

Me and a few friends happened to be playing road hockey down the street from where the victim kid lived, so we saw this retard posse marching down the block with puffy chests and shitty smiles. Being a very small town and even smaller school we all knew about the victim kid standing up for himself and making the bully kid look like a chump. We watched and listened from a distance while the posse approached the victim kid (who was playing with his one friend in his driveway) and circled up around them. Some mild pushing and name calling happened before my hockey chums said fuck it and rushed down the street to give this kid some backup. He was a nice kid and the bully kid was renown for being a massive prick. So we got down there with our hockey sticks and formed a circle of our own. Words were exchanged wherein we explained how we would fuck their shit up with hockey sticks if they didn't leave the victim kid alone. The bully kid and his crew of inbreds made the right choice and did just that. Then we went back to playing road hockey. The victim kid and his buddy came along and sort of melded in with our group of friends.

 

Remembering makes it feel like something out of a Stephen King novel.

It's weird.




#107398 Bully To You

Posted by Affray on 11 April 2017 - 09:58 AM

I find that quiet intensity works amazingly well.

I've been told that I have an air of quiet confidence that makes some people uncomfortable (until they get to know me and see the inner clown child), and I have avoided physical conflict a few times in my life simply by very calmly and coolly explaining to a potential aggressor what will happen if they choose to take the next step.

Talking the talk has so far made it so that I have never really had to walk the walk.




#107396 Bully To You

Posted by Affray on 11 April 2017 - 08:30 AM

I was consistently bullied by one kid when I was in grade three or four.

He liked to punch me in the nuts during the bus ride to and from school.

I was not a large child and he was so there wasn't much I could do about it, even when teachers/parents got involved he kept doing it.

He still lives in the area and remains a meathead tough guy wannabe with a big mouth who works a dead end job to support a coke habit, and I have a wife, a house and run my own business.

Looks like I won the war.

 

I have never actually been in a physical fight and I'm damn near thirty.

Once I hurled a guy around a living room during a party to teach him a lesson, but no punches were thrown and he didn't have the strength to retaliate.

I find that if you appear to be capable of taking someone apart most douchebags won't roll the dice on a conflict.

Worked well enough so far.




#107324 THE DEPRESSION THREAD

Posted by Affray on 03 April 2017 - 09:52 AM

So did I.

Hopefully he comes around at some point.

His username is a pretty popular pun, so searching it to see if he's active elsewhere on the net was fruitless.




#107315 THE DEPRESSION THREAD

Posted by Affray on 03 April 2017 - 08:35 AM

I'm reeeeealy hoping Jalepeno Business didn't go ahead and do something stupid.

He hasn't been online since he posted about killing himself.

 

Please be a grab for attention dude.