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‘’ 2008-04-06 2:36:23 PM  
‘’ 2008-04-07 4:58:50 PM  
gayb: titties
Done and done.

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‘’ 2008-04-07 8:19:29 PM  
I'd think that would get you a few days of bannination. Maybe the mods don't check this thread.
‘’ 2008-04-08 5:11:19 PM  
I hope I slip through the cracks, I don't know if I could make it through a day of work without wasting about an hour of it on Fark.

You gotta admit those are some Great Tits though.
*Ba dum cha*
‘’ 2008-04-09 4:30:57 PM  
Those are very very provocative photos...naughty naughty
‘’ 2008-04-10 12:42:23 PM  
This is the reason why there has to be an uncompromising war on art

I present to you:

Dafur, the ballet (new window)

"The ballet is performed by a cast of ten professional dancers and is set to alternative rock music by various artists, including: A Perfect Circle, Apocalyptica, Damien Rice and Green Day."

"Behind the dancers, a special multi-media Second Life video plays out. "
‘’ 2008-04-19 10:39:07 PM  
suck my balls
‘’ 2008-04-24 2:00:59 PM  
I am your balls.
‘’ 2008-04-24 4:30:08 PM  
Suck my dwade.
‘’ 2008-04-25 2:41:00 AM  
present them.
‘’ 2008-04-25 9:58:38 AM  
Murderface: present them.

like in a box or something? With a bow?
‘’ 2008-04-26 5:59:29 PM  
detached and deep fried.
‘’ 2008-05-01 1:46:28 PM  
ahhhhhh, the discourse.....
‘’ 2008-05-01 4:30:50 PM  
Parasitic_Spin: ahhhhhh, the discourse.....

I love frisbee golf.
‘’ 2008-05-02 9:29:53 AM  
How was Iron Man?
‘’ 2008-05-02 11:19:39 AM  
assistant regional manager: How was Iron Man?

A friend of mine actually saw it Wednesday night at the Metreon and said that it was damn good.
‘’ 2008-05-08 1:35:15 PM  
i see these things are not frequented often
‘’ 2008-05-08 6:37:22 PM  
We visit often, we're just quiet about it. Kind of like Eliot Spitzer.
‘’ 2008-05-08 9:20:03 PM  
I too come here often.
If you hear gentle weeping from the back row, its me when I'm done.
‘’ 2008-05-09 7:42:46 PM  
goldman and nutsach
‘’ 2008-05-10 5:54:19 PM  
Gaze upon the beauty of this image. My cousin will hate me for this.
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‘’ 2008-05-11 6:02:16 PM  
I love the facial expression on the black dog.
‘’ 2008-05-16 1:14:41 PM  
lol!!! looks like my coworker
‘’ 2008-05-16 1:17:05 PM  
Any fans of steve miller band here? i can remember listening to them in college...well they're coming out with a cd/dvd combo on may 20th. if u want more info, visit they have a lot of good info on it.
‘’ 2008-05-19 5:00:23 PM  
I sure wish I could find a website that has a lot of good info on that band with that guy... what's his name....
I can remember listening to him in college... vaguely...
Something about being stuck somewhere with someone...
Or taking the money and doing... something...
If only someone would seed my delicate mind with some well placed and timely info regarding a soon to be released product relating to that guy's band...
‘’ 2008-06-04 3:00:48 AM  
Now all this is my first time on these forums so I don't know how it works but I thought I could open up discussion on the new movie called Disaster Movie.

Kim Kardashian and Carmen Electra are in it. Now Kim isn't an actress and Electra's acting is questionable but really are you watching it for their acting skills or just to get a view of their assets? Is that what Hollywood is turning into? A user of talentless hotties to make the big bucks?

Here's the link for the story (outside window) where you can read more about it :),21598,23808942-5005368,00.html
‘’ 2008-06-09 6:59:01 AM  
werd though?
‘’ 2008-06-11 11:19:45 AM  
It's official: Ashlee Simpson's boobs have reached the pregnant phase
‘’ 2008-06-14 9:37:04 PM  
Much like what had been done with The Facts of Life parent show, Diff'rent Strokes, NBC attempted to use the popularity of The Facts of Life to launch a successful spin-off show, but none of the proposed shows ever made it past the pilot stage.

The various attempts at spin-offs were backdoor pilots, which were shown as episodes of The Facts of Life. These episodes include:

* "Brian & Sylvia" - A second season episode where Tootie and Natalie go to Buffalo, New York to visit Tootie's Aunt Sylvia, a black woman who has recently married a white man. Richard Dean Anderson, the future star of MacGyver and Stargate SG-1, played the white husband, while Ja'net Dubois of Good Times, played Sylvia's mother.
* "The Academy" - A third season episode, set at Bates, an all boys private school that was near Eastland. In this episode, the girls at Eastland were having a dance with the boys school.
* "Jo's Cousin" - Another third season episode. In this episode, Jo visits her family in the Bronx, and we meet her cousin, a fourteen-year-old girl (played by Megan Follows) going through adolescence in a family full of men.
* "The Big Fight" - A fourth season episode, set at Stone Academy, a boys military school. Natalie comes to visit a boy who tries to impress her by boxing.
* "Big Apple Blues" - A ninth season episode, where Natalie spends the night with a group of eccentric young people living in a Soho loft, and decides to remain in New York to start her life. Two of the tenants in the loft were played by David Spade and Richard Grieco.
* "The Beginning of the End/Beginning of the Beginning" - The two part series finale had Blair buying Eastland to prevent its closing. Blair finds that the school is in such dire financial straits that she is forced to make the school co-ed. Blair then essentially adopts the Mrs. Garrett role as she presides over the school, and is forced to deal with the troublemaking students in a plotline that is highly reminiscent of the second season premiere. The new Eastland students included Seth Green, Mayim Bialik and future Oscar-nominee Juliette Lewis.
‘’ 2008-06-18 5:20:46 PM  
Family Matters is set in the same "TV universe" as several other TV series related to ABC's TGIF:

* Perfect Strangers - Before Family Matters, Harriette Winslow was originally the elevator operator at the Chicago Chronicle newspaper office in the third and fourth seasons of Perfect Strangers. Family Matters was a spin-off series given to this character in 1989. In the second episode of Family Matters, Harriette was fired as elevator operator at the Chronicle, but was soon re-hired as "chief of security", which explained her absence from dealings with the Perfect Strangers cast.
* Full House - In the 1991 episode, "Stephanie Gets Framed", Steve Urkel helps Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) deal with her anxiety after she has to get glasses.
* Step by Step - In the original ABC broadcast, the ending gag of Family Matters' third season episode "Brains Over Brawn" is crossed over with the opening of Step By Step's second episode, "The Dance". Urkel's jet-propelled flight pack causes him to fly through the Winslows' roof as one show ends, and crash-land in Port Washington, Wisconsin, where the Lambert-Foster family is enjoying a barbecue as the other show opens. Urkel goes on to help his science-fair pen pal, Mark Foster (Christopher Castile), and lifts Al Lambert's (Christine Lakin) spirits after her potential date dumps her just before a school dance. He reprises his "Do the Urkel" dance in the scene where Al gives the guy who dumped her his comeuppance. Urkel also makes a brief cameo in the 1997 episode "A Star Is Born", snapping a clapperboard on the set of the movie Al was cast in over her two sisters.
* Boy Meets World - Urkel once sent a chain letter to his friend Cory Matthews, (Ben Savage) who lived in Philadelphia. The two never actually appeared together on either show.
* Hangin' with Mr. Cooper - Also a cross-over with Full House.
* Meego - Jaleel White makes an uncredited cameo as Urkel in the first two episodes of this short-lived CBS sitcom (which starred Bronson Pinchot of Perfect Strangers).
‘’ 2008-06-22 4:05:53 PM  
Revenge of the Sith was a better movie than most of you internet nerds gave it credit. It's official: the internet has nothing to say regarding criticism that is worth hearing.
‘’ 2008-06-22 4:18:39 PM  
Also, who else knew there were backstories on all the skeksis?

The Emperor skekSo

The first skeksis emperor, skekSo is described in The World of The Dark Crystal as having originally been an energetic ruler who enjoyed lavish festivity and sporting events which he invariably won. As he aged however, he became increasingly paranoid and spiteful, even toward his fellow skeksis, elevating individuals to high positions only for the pleasure of seeing them fall later.[7]. Once he died, skekUng succeeded him as emperor. Prior to the actual succession, in the film's deleted scenes, skekSo's decayed remains are gathered and cremated as part of Skeksis funerary tradition.

[edit] The Ritual Master skekZok

An arrogant high priest, skekZok fancied himself as skekSo's closest advisor, and sought to control the other skeksis through false prophecies and apparitions, only to be bitterly discovered they distrusted his divinations and practised their own..[7] skekZok spearheads in the various rituals the Skeksis practice such as the "Ceremony of the Sun", and sees their laws as a aboslute. Though a contender of the throne after skekSo's death, skekZok sides himself with skekUng, who becomes the next emperor. Though he assists in the search for the surviving gelflings with his crystal bats, he is nonetheless distrusted and feared by skekUng.[5] Being a follower of Skeksis law, he is the most eager to finish the Gelfling race quickly. When skekSil arrived with Kira, he was annoyed at skekUng's commands to drain Kira of essence before actually killing her. Ironically, it was skekZok's killing of Kira that marked the Skeksis' downfall.[1]

[edit] The Garthim Master skekUng

Formerly the commander of the brutish garthim soldiers, skekUng was physically the strongest of the skeksis after skekSo. He had a bitter rivalry with the chamberlain skekSil, which culminated in a successful duel for supremacy after the death of skekSo, becoming the new emperor of the Skeksis.[7] Though the other Skeksis admire his ferocity, his constant blundering in the capture of the surviving gelflings fails to evoke the desired respect of his subjects.[5] He is suspicious of skekZok's loyalty, and is constantly fearing a challenge to his authority.[5]

[edit] The Chamberlain skekSil

As Chamberlain, skekSil is second in line to the Skeksis throne, though the confronation with SkekUng in Haakskeekah not only cost him his position, but also led to his exile as a result of SkekUng's first decree. As evidenced before the Emperor's death, SkekSil and SkekUng depised each other, with SkekSil's trademark whimper always vexing SkekUng.

[edit] The Scientist skekTek

The creator of the Garthim soldiers, the other skeksis fear him, as they understand nothing of his work. His fascination with anatomy was so great he went as far as amputating one of his arms and legs, replacing them with mechanical constructs. He also replaced his jugular vein with a transparent external tube, in order to monitor his own circulation.[5] He is a personal nemesis of Aughra, who was once a colleague of his back when he was an UrSkek.[7] Whilst attempting to drain the gelfling Kira of her essence, she managed to rally all the laboratory animals tortured by skekTek to break loose and attack him, resulting with him losing his footing and falling down the crystal shaft towards the magma below.[1]

[edit] The Gourmand skekAyuk

The court gourmet expert, skekAyuk creates a different menu for each feast. His personal favorites are hot spices, sweet liqueurs, and rich cream sauces. Yet in spite of all this, the Skeksis' spiritual disjointment makes them leave each banquet still raging with hunger.

[edit] The Slave Master skekNa

The supervisor and disciplinarian of the pod slaves, he is described in The World of the Dark Crystal as "purely and openly evil from the beginning" and in The Dark Crystal novelization as having "no imagination and no nobility at all". He has an eyepatch and a hook for one hand. He dubiously claims to have an ear for music, and takes it upon himself to select specific slaves for skekTek to experiment upon.[5] Along with skekTek, he is a strong supporter of skekUng, and at one point was considered for promotion to the rank of patriarch for his loyalty.[5]

[edit] The Treasurer skekShod

Administratively skekSil's subordinate,[5] skekShod is incapable of acknowledging anyone's presence unless offered some gift.[7] Due to his limited vocabulary and excessive material desires, bribery is the only way he knows to gain what he wants.[7] He frequently bribes the other skeksis into temporarily loaning him their personal possessions.[7] Along with skekOk, he is a supporter of skekZok.[5]

[edit] The Scroll Keeper skekOk

The Scroll Keeper not only is the finest featured and smallest of the Skeksis, but also the most dishonest as he constantly rewrites the Skeksis' history to suit his allegiances and propaganda needs. His loyalty is to skekZok.

[edit] The Ornamentalist skekEkt

Despite possessing a genuine gift as a designer,[5] skekEkt is nonetheless described in The World of the Dark Crystal as an extremely vain and callous character who would gladly cause the death of countless animals for the sake of fabricating one cloak.[7] According to skekSil's thoughts in The Dark Crystal novelization, skekEkt's uncharismatic depravity was considered excessive, even by the standards of the skeksis, to the point where it would never command their obedience.[5] He has the responsibility of giving the final say in the selection of experimental Pod slaves modified by skekTek for ritual choruses.[5] Along with skekAyuk, he is a supporter of skekSil.[5]
‘’ 2008-06-30 11:41:52 AM  

Best thing about "Wanted"?

As far as I know, it's the only movie in which Angelina Jolie bares her ass in one scene, and kills herself in another. Talk about perfection.
‘’ 2008-06-30 11:42:35 AM  
Well sh*t, I forgot to close my HTML tags.

‘’ 2008-07-04 6:48:27 PM  
Heamer:Best thing about "Wanted"?

I saw one commercial for it and wondered why the hell anyone would ever think that was good.
‘’ 2008-07-07 8:21:39 AM  
Curve a bullet? Are you farking shiating me?! Ninja, please...

Now we can just sit back and wait for the news to report some stupid schmuck got shot while he and his buddies tried to curve a bullet.
‘’ 2008-07-08 2:38:04 PM  
David Cross's 1999 "The Pride is Back" HBO special had me guffawing. Funny sh*t, fa sho, mah niggz.
‘’ 2008-07-22 2:40:27 AM  
Everyone says I love you
The great big mosquito when-a he sting you
The fly when he gets stuck on the flypaper too
Says I love you.
‘’ 2008-07-25 11:35:29 AM  
Saw an advanced screening of this movie last night. The reviews are pretty spot-on: if you liked "Superbad" and "Knocked Up", you'll probably like this one. Had more laughs than I expected and a hell of a lot more violence than I expected. Not as funny as watching a fat guy you hate fall down the stairs, but easily one of the funniest movies of the summer.
‘’ 2008-07-27 3:47:30 AM  
Boy did they finally get Hellboy right. The second movie was really good. I felt bad for the guys in the beginning, though.
‘’ 2008-08-02 1:36:33 AM  
I've been dying to see that movie.
‘’ 2008-08-03 12:31:41 AM  
I hate Forest Gump.
‘’ 2008-08-04 5:43:43 PM  
What'd he ever do to you?
‘’ 2008-08-05 5:05:17 PM  
I hear you.

He was trying to feed me some homespun bulls**t analogies about life.

All I did was tell him to flip over the box and look at the legend on the back, it shows exactly what you're going to get.

He got all mad, threw the box at me, and told me to f**k off.

Sweet simpleton, my ass.
‘’ 2008-08-07 11:08:43 AM  
Despite vehement protests, I was coerced into viewing "Step Brothers" last night. I like low-brow humor just as much as the next idiot out there, but really, Will Ferrell has hit a new low with this one. Seriously, it elicited two, maybe two and a half LOLs, and about as many half-hearted chuckles. Even with full suspension of disbelief and the full cognizance that I was watching a Will Ferrell movie, there were certain parts that just had me scratching my head in mind-boggled perturbation. I almost got angry at myself for sitting there, watching John Reilly strive more and more to be Will Ferrell, not just act with him. The improvised "dialogue" always felt forced, and usually just resulted in someone throwing the word "f*ck" in for "comedic effect".

I never even saw "Semi-Pro", but I'm going to go ahead and say that watching it while getting anally raped by a nine-dicked cyborg rhinoceros would probably be funnier than "Step Brothers".
‘’ 2008-08-14 11:44:57 AM  
‘’ 2008-08-15 5:39:10 PM  
Does anyone remember the special that FOX aired several years ago about alien abduction? It was supposed to be home video from a family who was abducted by aliens - kind of a Blair Witch Project meets Signs kind of thing. If I recall, Fox hyped the hell out of it, presented it as actual video, etc. Does anyone remember this, and what it was called?

/No real reason, just popped into my head and I was trying to remember what it's called
‘’ 2008-08-16 7:11:40 PM  
‘’ 2008-08-20 11:38:33 PM  
bababababababa nuts!
‘’ 2008-08-21 4:54:56 PM  

I never even saw "Semi-Pro", but I'm going to go ahead and say that watching it while getting anally raped by a nine-dicked cyborg rhinoceros would probably be funnier than "Step Brothers".

Rule 34?
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