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>Johnny's birthday and he's having the worst day of his life
>It's also Valentine's day
>He goes out in search of the perfect woman, but faces constant rejection
>Suddenly, he meets a 10/10 whom Momma arranges a blind date for him
>A near perfect Johnny analogue: exaggerated hair, checks herself out, makes romantic advances as soon as she meets him, same down to his catch phrases and cute dance
>Johnny gets his first kiss
>and his first date
>It turns out though this woman did have feelings for him she was an undercover cia
>she erases Johnny's memory of the greatest day of his life
>when he gets home everything is back to usual, his shitty birthday where his mom felt bad and got a bunch of random people to come so Johnny would think people cared about him
>hits on pizza girl and gets beaten up
Being Johnny is suffering...
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How the Korra finale should go down:
Korra taps into the Avatar State and pushes herself to her limits to take down the Colossus on her own, after baiting its Spirit Lasers until it runs out. Kuvira tries to fight Korra by just straight up smacking her with the giant mech, but with Korra's Avatar State heightened Metalbending, somehow, she rips off one of the arms of the Colossus and uses it to bludgeon the mech enough times to make it explode. Kuvira and Korra fight among the wreckage, only for Kuvira to reveal she also secretly developed an elixir that had the slightest bit of Spirit Vine in it, not enough to kill the consumer, but enough to boost them to near Avatar State powers. With this, her Metalbending is strong enough to hurl giant parts of the destroyed mech at Korra. In other word. SPIRIT VINES, SON! Cue: youtu.be/ucyYfzbrYkQ
How do you guys think it will go down?
Rarest thing you own
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Hey /co/, my little brother was coming down for college break this past week, so I thought it'd be fun to get out the old Ronald McDonald VHS tapes and watch them together, along with my older brother. All 3 of us really enjoy the tapes for Nostaliga (and just sort of genuinely).
My older brother decided to jokingly look up how much a set of the 6 episodes goes for, and he could only find listings for "Complete 5 sets" (with emphasis on 5). He did some research, and apparently the 6th one is super rare.
The hell should we do with it? Is it honestly worth anything? I remember we bought it online because we saw the other 5. Apparently people online haven't even SEEN the physical VHS before, and we've watched it like 6 times.
General "Rarest thing you own" thread. Pictures are recommended, timestamps even better (I can timestamp a picture of the VHS if you all want)
Secret Santa Thread #36
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Deck the halls.
Grab some cocoa.
contests, and trivia.
Post your wishlist.
Gift another /co/mrade.
Enjoy the best time of the year.
List of ungifted wishlists and instructions: http://pastebin.com/xgvHhGLA
old thread >>68085289
And now a poem by Johnny Walker, Blue Lantern:
>'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the board,
>Not a poster was stirring. It was dead as Ted Kord.
>All month, Anons had been fighting about Feminism and Tumblr,
>It seemed like the whole board could stand to be humbler.
>When what, to my tired, bloodshot eyes should appear,
>But a /co/ gifting thread, filling Anons with cheer!
>Lists being posted, stories new and old,
>While on Amazon, books were being chosen and sold.
>From Santaseid's greatness to Santa Down Under's heart,
>Anons, Trips and Namefriends all rushed to take part.
>Now Robin! Now Hunter! Now Skip, Dave and Züm!
>On Dan! On Scribs! On Tajador too!
>And anons old and young, who posted with haste,
>to see lists of others (and judge them for taste)
>Now, this heartfelt tradition spans more than one night,
>But all December long! Eh, it's close enough, right?
>Remember, gifting's good, no matter what you can afford
>It's always a good way to give back to the board
>And to end with a Classic, though it may seem a bit trite,
>Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!