A rather decent show by Genndy Tartakovsky, which is played on Cartoon Network. It's about a samurai called Jack (called so by a group of ghetto-speaking thugs in the second episode), and how he is ripped into the future where the almighty being Aku (japanese literal meaning for "evil") rules all, including various locations in the heavens.
Yes, it is a type of rip on anime, and there was even a character on an episode that looked like Jigen from Lupin III. But with its cinematic soundtrack & other interesting things, you really could do worse. In fact, the purpose of this show is NOT to rip on anime! It's called APPRECIATION OF CULTURES! Unfortunately, people just don't get it. -_-'
"Aku is funny. I thought the funniest episode of the show was when he was trying to brainwash the children into disliking Jack, by reading them a bunch of fractured fairytales."
*A legendary figurehead of the United States. Although mythical, he is reported to have been a real person. Uncle Sam is basically a tall man with white hair (with a white goatee), dressed in the Red, White & Blue, with the Stars & Stripes as a huge hat. Uncle Sam, along with this description, is commonly portrayed as this old-looking, but tough-as-nails, figurehead pointing at you, the viewer of the poster, and below it he's saying "I Want You".
Uncle Sam basically represents the US Government, although he greatly represents the US Military.
*Sam Fisher's alias in a mission during Splinter Cell : Pandora Tomorrow.
*An appropriate name for anyone in the military named Sam. This name may not be appropriate for females named Sam though.
Libby-Lib : "*puts on Stars & Stripes hat and then points* I want you so I can screw your children over by sending them to ficticious wars!"
Me : "....not funny."
Me : "puts on Stars & Stripes hat and then points" I want you. ^.^
Hottie : "*has a confused look*"
v. drink lots, blow the chunks, come to and drink some more
Damn, that ho can really pound the schwigs! later
Damn, that biatch is back in action! I can't believe Carn is getting on that shit. Way to boot and rally!
December 05, 2002
Russian special forces skilled in highly-advanced CQB, and with the objective of getting behind the enemy lines and getting the job done quickly and efficiently.
Although they lost their fame at the end of the Cold War, they are still highly-capable soldiers trained on all aspects, including counterterrorism.
See also GRU
"I'd like to take Spetsnaz training so I can fight like those guys from The Hunted."
September 08, 2004
When a girl is slobing on your knob and she swallows your cum, then burps, causing her burp to buble up with cum
Your bitch sucked my dick and burped up a cum bubble
A movie released in the early 80's, perhaps around '83. Starring Al Pacino.
Although old, it is a major, major cult classic these days. Boasting kick-ass music, an interesting storyline, and the infamous catchphrase "say hello to my lil friend!", at this rate Scarface will continue to please all viewers for generations to come (I would know; I know LOTS of people my age, even those much younger than me, who enjoy the movie a lot, and enjoy the catchphrase).
"Say hello to my lil friend!"
-Tony, with an M16 equipped with an M203 GL
"That's disgusting; look like a fawkin' lizard man."
-Tony, after seeing Manny do that tongue trick
"You need people like me so you can point your fawkin' fingers and say that's the bad guy!"
-Tony, at the restaurant, probably influenced by coke
February 10, 2004
Quite possibly the greatest cartoon ever made. If not for this show we would not have any other silly show we have today. Beavis & Butthead, while combining crude, childish humor, is very intelligent, which is pure irony considering the show's purpose and storyline.
"Heheheh...hey Butthead! Heh, heheh..."
-Beavis, the blonde dude
"Hey Beavis...you flipped the bird. Uhuhuhuhuh..."
-Butthead, the brown-haired dude