The Edditaurial

Useless ramblings from a useless rambler.

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lokisgloriouspenis:

okay today i learned that apparently the penis has a say in whether or not a child will be a boy or a girl

female sperm swims slower than male sperm, but the males can’t swim for as long as the females. this means that a long penis will be closer to the egg when releasing the sperm, and there will be a higher chance for the child to be a boy.

so in conclusion

if you have a lot of sons you have a big dick

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THIS IS MY NEW FAVORITE POST

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That’s how most South Park episodes play out; they start off with an obvious and fun theme (Family Guy being an unsophisticated show), but then it evolves into some deeper and more serious theme once the satire kicks in.
Plus, while the episode pokes fun at Family Guy, there’s a scene in part 2 (or was it part I? too long ago) where after Kyle gets a ride from a man, the man tells him something. He says something like- “I really hope they don’t shut down Family Guy. Sure, it’s stupid and the jokes are shallow and stupid and have nothing to do with the plot, but sometimes I like that. At least it doesn’t get all preachy on you.”
And that was basically breaking the fourth wall in a very profound way- South Park making fun of ITSELF in an episode. I don’t think Parker and Stone were trying to say that Family Guy is an inferior show, so there’s little reason for anyone to be upset.




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That’s how most South Park episodes play out; they start off with an obvious and fun theme (Family Guy being an unsophisticated show), but then it evolves into some deeper and more serious theme once the satire kicks in.

Plus, while the episode pokes fun at Family Guy, there’s a scene in part 2 (or was it part I? too long ago) where after Kyle gets a ride from a man, the man tells him something. He says something like- “I really hope they don’t shut down Family Guy. Sure, it’s stupid and the jokes are shallow and stupid and have nothing to do with the plot, but sometimes I like that. At least it doesn’t get all preachy on you.”

And that was basically breaking the fourth wall in a very profound way- South Park making fun of ITSELF in an episode. I don’t think Parker and Stone were trying to say that Family Guy is an inferior show, so there’s little reason for anyone to be upset.

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There’s over 9 million users on Tumblr now. Reblog if you’re one of the few who’s never EVER left anon hate in somebody’s ask box.

troye-is-a-cutie-patootie:

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furwolf76:

If you can’t reblog this…

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NEVER HAVE NEVER WILL

HAHAH that gif man ^ ^ 

to everyone reblogging this,image

I AM REBLOGGING THIS NOT ONLY BECAUSE I HAVE NEVER SENT ANON HATE BUT MOSTLY BECAUSE THAT IS A GIF OF MY LITTLE BABY LULU AND I ALWAYS REBLOG CUTE GIFS OF LULU IT IS PART OF MY RELIGION

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Content Warning for South Park: The Stick of Truth

fucknovideogames:

Given South Park’s history with “edgy”, “transgressive” “humor”, it comes as little surprise that The Stick of Truth has offensive content right off the bat. Once the game gets rolling, the player chooses between four character classes: fighter, mage, thief, and Jew. (Cartman cracks a joke about…

Are you fucking serious.

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For anyone who might be concerned that Weird Al's "Blurred Lines" parody is benefiting Robin Thicke:

thewordsmithy:

I don’t know if anyone is concerned about this, but I can imagine some people are worried that buying or listening to Weird Al Yankovic’s “Word Crimes” (a parody of Robin Thicke’s infamous “Blurred Lines”) might result in money going to Robin Thicke for the song. Well, according to the "fair…

Even so, I believe Al seeked approval from Thickie to go ahead with the parody anyway. It’s sort of a goodwill thing he does on his own behalf.

Now, whether he’s getting royalties through it, I dunno. But what they hey, Al’s still getting something out of it nevertheless.
And he cleaned up a horrible, horrible song, too. So uh
Eh, you win some, you lose some

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