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2012-03-23 09:21:26 AM
No man.
 
2012-03-23 09:24:02 AM
The lighting in that is incredible.

/bit let down by the use of CGI in the stadium explosion, bat wing, and skyscraper logo shots
//who am I kidding - no way I could have done that myself
 
2012-03-23 09:26:51 AM
I'd play that game.
 
2012-03-23 09:28:27 AM
To borrow a word from Mortal Kombat: Impressive.
 
2012-03-23 09:30:06 AM
Weapons. Grade. Awesome.
 
2012-03-23 09:47:38 AM
I should really see The Dark Knight, I guess.
 
2012-03-23 09:51:00 AM
Aren't we due another Batman trailer about now?

/Hopefully one that makes the movie actually look interesting.
 
2012-03-23 10:14:48 AM
I see your Lego "Dark Knight Rises" and raise you this:

The Lion King Rises (new window)
 
2012-03-23 10:15:15 AM
What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Proper: "Who wants to play LEGO?"

Speech of they who shall be shunned: "Hey do you guys play LEGOS?"
 
2012-03-23 10:23:26 AM

Decillion: What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Proper: "Who wants to play LEGO?"

Speech of they who shall be shunned: "Hey do you guys play LEGOS?"


This.
 
2012-03-23 10:25:10 AM
Red team go! Red team go!
 
2012-03-23 10:27:07 AM

Decillion: What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Proper: "Who wants to play LEGO?"

Speech of they who shall be shunned: "Hey do you guys play LEGOS?"


Yes, surely children are aware of and concerned with such things
 
2012-03-23 10:29:17 AM

The Slush: Yes, surely children are aware of and concerned with such things


If a child submitted this thread, I'm sure he would've been easier on the little tard.
 
2012-03-23 10:31:44 AM

Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Yes, surely children are aware of and concerned with such things

If a child submitted this thread, I'm sure he would've been easier on the little tard.


Understandable. I was more referring to this:
What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Apparently I grew up in a circle of hell. Lol.
 
2012-03-23 10:32:16 AM

The Slush: Decillion: What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Proper: "Who wants to play LEGO?"

Speech of they who shall be shunned: "Hey do you guys play LEGOS?"

Yes, surely children are aware of and concerned with such things


Concerned no, aware, of course.
 
2012-03-23 10:35:29 AM

Mr_Ectomy: Decillion: What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Proper: "Who wants to play LEGO?"

Speech of they who shall be shunned: "Hey do you guys play LEGOS?"

This.


Also insists that the plural be "LEGO"

theworldsbestever.com

/your thin 2x1 smooth top brick, please
 
2012-03-23 10:35:42 AM

The Slush: Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Yes, surely children are aware of and concerned with such things

If a child submitted this thread, I'm sure he would've been easier on the little tard.

Understandable. I was more referring to this:
What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Apparently I grew up in a circle of hell. Lol.


It's not your fault that you were wrong growing up, that's your parents fault. It's your fault for continuing the derp today.
 
2012-03-23 10:38:52 AM

Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Yes, surely children are aware of and concerned with such things

If a child submitted this thread, I'm sure he would've been easier on the little tard.

Understandable. I was more referring to this:
What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Apparently I grew up in a circle of hell. Lol.

It's not your fault that you were wrong growing up, that's your parents fault. It's your fault for continuing the derp today.


I'm not continuing anything. I'm fully aware of the plural LEGO nerd rage now. Before the internet came about, no one gave two sh*ts.
 
2012-03-23 10:49:44 AM

The Slush: Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Yes, surely children are aware of and concerned with such things

If a child submitted this thread, I'm sure he would've been easier on the little tard.

Understandable. I was more referring to this:
What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Apparently I grew up in a circle of hell. Lol.

It's not your fault that you were wrong growing up, that's your parents fault. It's your fault for continuing the derp today.

I'm not continuing anything. I'm fully aware of the plural LEGO nerd rage now. Before the internet came about, no one gave two sh*ts.


This
 
2012-03-23 11:04:02 AM

Tyrone Slothrop: Aren't we due another Batman trailer about now?

/Hopefully one that makes the movie actually look interesting.


I was going to ask this. Avengers has released a couple now.

I'm guessing they're waiting to release the next one until we get into the actual summer, but damn I would love another ASAP.
 
2012-03-23 11:04:55 AM

Decillion: What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!


The one where kids weren't pretentious douchebags.

/It was nice there.
 
2012-03-23 11:10:08 AM

Decillion: What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Proper: "Who wants to play LEGO?"

Speech of they who shall be shunned: "Hey do you guys play LEGOS?"


I say Legos. I also don't capitalize it as it isn't an acronym.
 
2012-03-23 11:13:01 AM

The Slush: Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Yes, surely children are aware of and concerned with such things

If a child submitted this thread, I'm sure he would've been easier on the little tard.

Understandable. I was more referring to this:
What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Apparently I grew up in a circle of hell. Lol.

It's not your fault that you were wrong growing up, that's your parents fault. It's your fault for continuing the derp today.

I'm not continuing anything. I'm fully aware of the plural LEGO nerd rage now. Before the internet came about, no one gave two sh*ts.


Actually, Lego gave a shiat. When I was a kid in the early 80s, my parents signed me up for some official Lego club thing which included a booklet for the parents about the Lego company and the toys. There were a few paragraphs that went to great lengths to explain how parents should always use "Lego building bricks" or "Lego bricks" and that under no circumstances should the term "Legos" ever be used by anyone.

My friends an I still referred to them as "Legos" because, even though none of us could spell "pretentious douchebaggery" at that age, we sure as hell could recognize it and therefore ignore it.
 
2012-03-23 11:27:30 AM

Teufelaffe: The Slush: Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Yes, surely children are aware of and concerned with such things

If a child submitted this thread, I'm sure he would've been easier on the little tard.

Understandable. I was more referring to this:
What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Apparently I grew up in a circle of hell. Lol.

It's not your fault that you were wrong growing up, that's your parents fault. It's your fault for continuing the derp today.

I'm not continuing anything. I'm fully aware of the plural LEGO nerd rage now. Before the internet came about, no one gave two sh*ts.

Actually, Lego gave a shiat. When I was a kid in the early 80s, my parents signed me up for some official Lego club thing which included a booklet for the parents about the Lego company and the toys. There were a few paragraphs that went to great lengths to explain how parents should always use "Lego building bricks" or "Lego bricks" and that under no circumstances should the term "Legos" ever be used by anyone.

My friends an I still referred to them as "Legos" because, even though none of us could spell "pretentious douchebaggery" at that age, we sure as hell could recognize it and therefore ignore it.


As a child I was annoyed when someone said "Legos", and it still irks me. I have no doubt you were one of the slow kids that had difficulty spelling. I'm surprised anyone let you play with lego, what with all those small pieces that you kept trying to eat.
 
2012-03-23 11:44:33 AM

Nurglitch: Teufelaffe: The Slush: Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Mr_Ectomy: The Slush: Yes, surely children are aware of and concerned with such things

If a child submitted this thread, I'm sure he would've been easier on the little tard.

Understandable. I was more referring to this:
What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Apparently I grew up in a circle of hell. Lol.

It's not your fault that you were wrong growing up, that's your parents fault. It's your fault for continuing the derp today.

I'm not continuing anything. I'm fully aware of the plural LEGO nerd rage now. Before the internet came about, no one gave two sh*ts.

Actually, Lego gave a shiat. When I was a kid in the early 80s, my parents signed me up for some official Lego club thing which included a booklet for the parents about the Lego company and the toys. There were a few paragraphs that went to great lengths to explain how parents should always use "Lego building bricks" or "Lego bricks" and that under no circumstances should the term "Legos" ever be used by anyone.

My friends an I still referred to them as "Legos" because, even though none of us could spell "pretentious douchebaggery" at that age, we sure as hell could recognize it and therefore ignore it.

As a child I was annoyed when someone said "Legos", and it still irks me. I have no doubt you were one of the slow kids that had difficulty spelling. I'm surprised anyone let you play with lego, what with all those small pieces that you kept trying to eat.


You're just jealous because I had a foam helmet and you didn't.
 
2012-03-23 11:52:41 AM
LOL if you farking dorks are so convinced of your supposed intellectual superiority that you're correcting shiat like this, it's time for suicide. Seriously, off yourselves you bitter biatches.
 
2012-03-23 12:05:04 PM
You people make me sad.
 
2012-03-23 12:15:10 PM

The Goddamn Batman: You people make me sad.


Why so serious?
 
2012-03-23 12:17:19 PM
Not as good as the TMLO theaters presentation
 
2012-03-23 12:25:53 PM
How long before Mr.Threadshiatter shows up?

/Rhymes with Dames Mameron
//I refuse to summon a douche
 
2012-03-23 12:34:34 PM
Has anyone mentioned the plural of 'LEGO' is 'LEGO'?

/Danish
 
2012-03-23 12:54:47 PM

Mr_Ectomy: Decillion: What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Proper: "Who wants to play LEGO?"

Speech of they who shall be shunned: "Hey do you guys play LEGOS?"

This.


Total blast at parties!
 
2012-03-23 01:14:23 PM
Not even half as awesome as Lego Captain America (new window).
 
2012-03-23 01:25:47 PM
The lamesness of Lego-fying everything is lame.
 
2012-03-23 02:41:40 PM
Seriously, if Legos offends you, kill yourself. You're bringing nothing to the table.
 
2012-03-23 03:18:36 PM

Teufelaffe: Actually, Lego gave a shiat. When I was a kid in the early 80s, my parents signed me up for some official Lego club thing which included a booklet for the parents about the Lego company and the toys. There were a few paragraphs that went to great lengths to explain how parents should always use "Lego building bricks" or "Lego bricks" and that under no circumstances should the term "Legos" ever be used by anyone.

My friends an I still referred to them as "Legos" because, even though none of us could spell "pretentious douchebaggery" at that age, we sure as hell could recognize it and therefore ignore it.


I remember that vividly and my reaction was the same. "Legos" for me, though if someone used "Lego" as the plural of "Lego" I wouldn't care either.
 
2012-03-23 03:58:45 PM

Decillion: What circle of hell were people raised in where they grew up saying LEGOS?!

Proper: "Who wants to play LEGO?"

Speech of they who shall be shunned: "Hey do you guys play LEGOS?"


Wrong, the plural of Lego is Legos.
 
2012-03-23 05:51:25 PM

loonatic112358: Not as good as the TMLO theaters presentation


*fistbump*
 
2012-03-23 06:12:47 PM
I've never tried to be on Legos. What does subby know...?
 
2012-03-23 07:13:23 PM

Lee's_Austin: I've never tried to be on Legos. What does subby know...?


I've been on legos. And let me tell you, those things have sharp corners. They're like little plastic caltrops.
 
2012-03-23 07:34:52 PM
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