|36.||Red Shirt Death|
The term Red Shirt refers to security personnel from the USS Enterprise in the original Star Trek series, sent along on Away Teams, presumably to protect the more familiar characters. Unfortunately, they usually just ended up being killed, often times off-camera, by whatever was menacing the ship and crew in that particular episode. Thus, to suffer a Red Shirt Death is to be killed quickly, pointlessly and ignonimously.
When Tasha Yar got killed by that stupid tar monster, that was a total Red Shirt Death.
|37.||Conker's Bad Fur Day|
Conker's Bad Fur Day was a game published by Rare and released on the Nintendo 64 in 2001. It was marketed as an adult platform game and featured scatalogical humour, cartoon violence, sexual themes and many parodies. It received very positive critical reviews and over the years has gained a cult following.more...
In single player mode the player takes on the role of Conker and plays the game in a free-roaming environment. Conker can run, duck, jump, swim and fly by spinning his tail around like a helicopter for a few seconds. His health bar is represented by six peices of chocolate and he has a number of lives. "Context sensitive zones", allow conker to do things he cannot usually do such as use drunken abilities or turn into an anvil.
Conker's Bad Fur Day has a multiplayer option as well, featuring seven different minigames: Beach, Raptor, Heist, Death Match, War, Tank, and Race. Up to four players can partake in each multiplayer as well as numerous computer controlled players depending on the game type.
The story opens with a prologue, similar to the opening scene of A Clockwork Orange, where a miserable Conker says that he is now "king of all the land", and begins to tell the player his story.
The morning after a night of binge drinking, Conker awakes to find himself in an unfamiliar land with a terrible hangover. Having no other choice, he begins a long journey with the goal of returning home to his girlfriend, Berri. While he is trying to get home, he also must avoid th...
-Exacto Knife (get spare blades)
-Minimum 8ft deep pool
-Ticket to Peru
-2 sets of Siamese twins (over the age of 18)
-Shady Lawyer (a damn good one)
-Mighty Putty (RIP Billy Mays)
- "A"Team Van (that shit has to be exact)
This requires the hand of a surgeon and the heart of Josef Mengele. Your first task is to get the van. DO NOT SKIMP! How else are you going to get around? Swing by Osco to get the Exacto knife and blades. NOT WALGREENS (they rust)! Track down two different sets of siamese twins. They should at least be over 18. Anything less is too easy and would amount to a 59th and 3/4's base, which is not balla enough. Siamese twins can be whatever sexual preference you desire.
They must be tricked into competing in a fictional show where Siamese twins do physical stunts for a cash prize "Monkey On My Back". You will place them in the van. YOU MUST do a minimum of 80 mph the entire time to the secure pool. You will then give the twins flippy-floppys and pool noodles and tell them they must duel to the death in the pool. Whichever two individual ghastly creatures cries out first and or expresses belligerence, those are immediately targeted.
Break out the Exacto knife and dive into the pool. YOU MUST disconnect the twins from each other with the blades within ten minutes. This is why you are going to be glad you have spares because the fuckers will fight and shit will break and fall to t...
|39.||Independence Day Shit|
A type of loose bowel movement that feels like your shooting a beam of light out and destroying whatever is below. Just like the scene from the movie Independence Day, where the Alien ship projects the beam of like down to blow up the white house. Its very quick and painless, often resulting in "splash back".
"OMG dude i hope everyone survived that, i just had the Independence day shit of the century!"
A dumb tv show where a bunch of incompetent hippies chase the Japanese whaling fleet and others in a futile effort to stop them from doing something that is not wrong or illegal in any way(there whales not people). They have no idea what they are doing at all and generally do dumb things like deliberately ramming other ships, trying to disable the propellers of other ships with ropes, driving through perilous ice fields with a ship that is not designed to drive through ice (which nearly destroys them), making a mess (ie throwing glass bottles, "stinky butter", and flour onto other ships), causing international incidents, illegally boarding other ships and getting decked then complaining about how their crew was taken "hostage", driving around the ocean with inadequate fuel supplies, lying, and generally agrivating the Japanese and others which usually just gets the hippies in trouble. In one episode they tried to interfere with the seal hunt, were boarded by the Canadian Coast Guard and arrested, also their ship was confiscated. They also like to exaggerate things for example the captain claims he was shot but it was just a piece of a flashbang thrown from a Japanese ship. The captain likes to shoot his mouth off on tv and is the least sane of the crew who do whatever he wants. Are bound to have something very bad happen to them if they persist. Please dont watch this show your life is too precious to be wasted on this (unless your watching it to laugh at them ;))more...
|41.||make it facebook|
the digital equivalent to 'make it public' as in when two people start bringing out any kind of r'ship in front of people- facebook is the first place they'd do so. Probably precedes real life flirt, fight, friendship whatever
Dude (after dinner on first/blind date): wow we look cool in this pic. mind if i wall it on my facebook?
Chick: i dun think thats such a good idea. we should wait a while before we make it facebook.
Tom: Those silly Zelinkers... MidLink forEVAR!
Dan: Oh nooo I've been reading a Zelink site! They brainwashed me! Halp!
Jessie: I'm a Zelinker. Don't hate.
Me: I consider myself part MidLinker, part Zelinker, part MalonLinker, and part DarkLinker. Heh...