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#7 - zytherman
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(01/30/2013) [-]
#1
You're in a strange land surrounded by people the same size as you, a monster that shakes the ground is running rapidly towards your location, everyone else around you freezes on the spot as an obvious defence.
I think i'd freeze too.
#363 to #7 - newborn
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(01/31/2013) [-]
Are you British, American, or neither?
#253 to #7 - bighairyfart
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maybe they are all just ******* with him...
#16 to #7 - selfdenyingbeggar
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with a stupid grin on your face?
#21 to #16 - zytherman
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Again, if everyone else did....
If everyone shoved a cabbage up their ass, if there was a monster coming and that was a way of getting out alive, I thrust it so deep it'd touch my tonsils
#23 to #21 - selfdenyingbeggar
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I'm pretty sure he didn't look around to guess what they were doing, he just dropped like everyone else.
#24 to #23 - zytherman
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Then how about it's a kids film about toys coming to live, it doesn't need that much logic :D
Then how about it's a kids film about toys coming to live, it doesn't need that much logic :D
#27 to #24 - selfdenyingbeggar
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Yes, perfect. Now pretend I never replied to you and just use that last comment as a reply to your first.
#445 to #24 - rockamekishiko
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it's not about our logic it's about buzz's logic
#26 to #24 - zytherman
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Life*0.0
#30 - Loppytaffy
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Disney's Tarzan: If he was taught to speak by three Englishmen, why doe she have an American accent?
#48 to #30 - anon
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depends on the time and the Englishman a few hundred years ago the english accent was not much different from modern american english
#84 to #48 - Loppytaffy
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No it wasn't.
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#273 to #252 - rieskimo
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Apples to Oranges, I see your point but it doesn't really apply. Your girlfriend has access to things like the television and the internet. With those she can learn non-regional diction. Either way both are still American accents. If your girlfriend were to be educated exclusively by people with British accents and without external sources, you bet your sweet ass she'd have a British accents.
#447 to #273 - Loppytaffy
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I said Englishmen, not Britons; there is no British accent.
#453 to #447 - rieskimo
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Refer to comment #32




I am ignorant, and for that I am sorry.
#328 to #30 - toocheesy
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Why doesn't he have a gorilla accent?
#32 to #30 - DerpScout
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Because England is a made up country made to keep Americans in fear. That should be obvious.
#219 to #32 - optimussum
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I am English and I can confirm this
#448 to #32 - Loppytaffy
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Implying America is scared of England.

Please, America is like the rebel step child of England; "you're not my real dad, you can't tell me what to do! I'm going to have my own government, with black jack, and hookers!"
(same goes for France, Germany, Spain, Finland and Sweden. New Orleans, Mexico, Delaware, New Sweden; none are still like the original collonies)
#456 to #448 - DerpScout
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Are you implying that I was being serious?
#457 to #456 - Loppytaffy
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Not at all.
Not at all.
#458 to #457 - DerpScout
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Good.
All ways good to make sure, you can never underestimate human stupidity.
#37 - FJSoldier
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I solved them all for you:

They're films
#3 - hammywh
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10: well if they used the time-turner to go back in time and prevent something from happening it would create a time paradox since if the problem got fixed there would be no reason to go back in time and prevent the disaster that never happened from happening
#53 to #3 - giblets
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But they save Buckbeak?
#455 to #53 - deathsixgrim
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from their view. they though they saw Buckbeak die when it is really pumpkin that got cutter(
#436 to #3 - bassdinosaur
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thats if you're going by real world logic.    
   
but from a purely non-realistic, whovian point of view,   
   
**** you.
thats if you're going by real world logic.

but from a purely non-realistic, whovian point of view,

**** you.
#474 to #436 - hammywh
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well yeah... Dr. Who point of view **** all logic and jump in the tardis
#39 to #3 - beatmasterz
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Speaking of which.

If you went back in time to kill your dad, you would cease to exist. Which would also remove the events of you killing your dad, so your dad never gets killed and you still exist.
#35 to #3 - hammywh
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basically timey-wimey stuff
#236 to #3 - meestaa
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They go back to save Buckbeak and Sirius..

but they prevented their deaths?

so there was no reason to go back?

Same principles
#9 to #3 - krachgarten
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#4 to #3 - hammywh
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PLUS all the time-turners got destroyed during like the 4th book or something
#20 to #4 - jmeg
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It was the fifth book, actually, during the Department of Mysteries sequence. Hermione never did give her time-turner back though. So, assuming no one else has one of their own, she has the last time-turner in existence.
#116 to #20 - emobutterfly
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She does give the time-turner back at the end of the third book. She was only borrowing it for the one year.
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#459 to #89 - jmeg
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Ah, very true. Damn movies making me forget what actually happens in the books : p
#61 - raynagrimm
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#10 death is a fixed point in time
#10 death is a fixed point in time
#71 to #61 - malhaloc ONLINE
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But they saved the hippogryph
#72 to #71 - raynagrimm
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oops i forgot about that, you make a good point
#78 to #71 - abcdxyz
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The hippogryph was saved the first time as well. If you remember the second time the executioner used the axe to cut a pumpkin, that is what Ron, Harry, and Hermoine saw the first time around, not him actually kill Buckbeak. They just saw the axe raise up and go down
#277 to #78 - anon
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yeah, he was saved the first time by harry and hermione with the time turner.. so how isnt it possible that they saved everyone else with the time turner, so like when they see someone die they see them like fall down and dissapear or somethign, not die.. basically its ********.
#345 to #277 - hillbillypowpow
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because it didn't die, they just thought it did. Other people are ACTUALLY dead
#312 to #277 - abcdxyz
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It would be a bit far fetched to save everyone like that, think space time continuum. If you go back in time and kill hitler before he rises to power, you have to make a note to the future you to go back and kill this now seemingly random guy. In the Harry Potter universe if you go back in time to kill voldemort you have to do the same thing. It would work, but you have to be willing to follow random notes that claim to be from the future (I'm assuming that for some reason you don't want to run into your current self or change other parts of the past)
#67 to #61 - ivoryhammer
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You're a fixed point in time
#121 - thepalmtoptiger
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It's not delivery. It's DiGiorno.
#126 to #121 - couriersix
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win
#153 - WitchKingTroll
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Isn't it always after midnight, period?
#224 to #153 - atma
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It's also always before midnight.
#276 to #224 - rieskimo
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What is this Schrodinger's watch?
#51 - aproudpatriot
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#1. He believed he was on an alien planet. He probably thought that regular people were giant aliens that would try to kill him if they knew he was alive.
just a thought
#29 - fuckinghashbrown
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Cough cough
In the fifth harry potter book when they go to the ministry of magic all of the time turners get destroyed. Also they have to get permission from the ministry of magic to use one.
#108 to #29 - herpderpstrom
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#452 to #108 - herpderpstrom
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Hmm... I'm taking my red thumbs like a man, but I must say this is the first time I've been thumbed down for agreeing with a good comment...
#31 to #29 - mcstorms
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Also the time turners don't do **** the timeline already accounts that you have or haven't been back in time.
#34 to #31 - bothemastaofall
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So what, all infinity iterations of Harry and Hermionie just "forgot" to use it?
Seriously, you'd think that everyone who died would have been saved by some "past" Harry or Hermionie, later to be realized by "current" Harry or Hermionie.
#140 - subaqueousreach ONLINE
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The Toy Story one is easily explainable.

When Andy and the other kids were heard approaching all the other toys froze. Buzz could have sensed that this was some sort of survival tactic and mimicked it.
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#1 - jdsalenger
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3. Plus the water in Waterworld is unsafe to even be near cause the nuclear power plants now under water tainted the ocean with radiation.
#134 - Striken
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DAMN IT ****!
DAMN IT ****!
#235 - seajayjoonyo
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The Harry Potter movies leave a lot of vital information out.   
   
Hermione returned her Time Turner at the end of her third year, no longer wanting to do her extra classes she was using the Turner for that year. In their fifth year, Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny, Neville and Luna smashed the entire Ministry stock of Time Turners while fighting and running through various rooms in the Ministry of Magic.
The Harry Potter movies leave a lot of vital information out.

Hermione returned her Time Turner at the end of her third year, no longer wanting to do her extra classes she was using the Turner for that year. In their fifth year, Harry, Ron, Hermione, Ginny, Neville and Luna smashed the entire Ministry stock of Time Turners while fighting and running through various rooms in the Ministry of Magic.
#279 to #235 - ablt
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While this is true, it's also ******* retarded. You'd think that other people would still have some, and it's not like anyone used them to prevent murder before they broke them all. Time travel just should have been left out of that book
#310 to #279 - alexforce
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It's also a matter that Time Turners don't actually change the past, they only make the inevitable happen...it's weird...like the whole thing with Harry going back in time to do the Patronus, he didn't know it was himself until the moment he did it, but it happened before he used the time turner, so you don't actually change the past, you just make the past happen.
#287 to #279 - seajayjoonyo
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Time Travel was described as a very touchy subject, which is why Hermione was restricted to only using it for her multiple classes. Dumbledore was only able to figure out a way to utilize it to save two lives within the immediate events what was going on. The ministry restricts the use of Time Turners, so they're seldom used by anyone. It took McGonagall a buttload of work to convince the Ministry to allow Hermione to use one. It was by circumstance that Harry and Hermione were capable of rescuing Sirius and Buckbeak.
#244 to #235 - QuestionMarks
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this
#323 - shazmothree
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The last one is false
The last one is false
#212 - karnax
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I'm pretty sure Buzz went with a common tactic to blend in with your surroundings, or at least play dead, every time he heard Andy or someone else coming.

And as for Waterworld, the water would get dirty if everyone bathed in it, which is probably what they did in the past.
#222 to #212 - Shitthatscrazy
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for waterworld. people wouldnt want to be in the water cause all of the predators like sharks and stuff that are everywhere now due to the whole world being water. so they'd have to collect water using whatever they can get which gets rusty and dirty and stuff.
#33 - immortalfear
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The sultan changed the law so Jasmine could marry whomever she wanted. Aladdin didn't need to be a prince again.
#331 - creosote
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Well, for one, I'm pretty sure the Aladdin one is ******** (but maybe not, seeing as I can't tell what it says), as for Buzz, wouldn't you try not to draw attention to yourself if you were surrounded by giants?
The Home Alone one though... I'm pretty sure there is a much greater plot hole lingering within everyone's minds: How the **** did the whole family manage to forget about Kevin?
#10 - seawrath
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First wish in Aladdin was to escape from the cave they found the lamp and the magic carpet in.
#11 to #10 - nibxi
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Um no, Aladdin even made the point that he never said "i wish" for that bit..
#12 to #10 - Brass
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False. Aladdin tricked the genie into getting everyone out of the cave, withput actually using a wish.
#13 to #10 - killingalice
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Technically that wasn't a wish. He was just moping around saying he wanted to get out. The genie did that on his own. He still had 3 wishes after that: Become a prince, be saved from drowning, and free the genie.
#18 to #13 - anon
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But he didn't actually wish to be saved from drowning either.
#22 to #18 - killingalice
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The genie counted it as one, though. He took a few seconds to say he can't give him anymore freebies.
#274 - jokeface
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This is my theory for the Toy Story one. Maybe Buzz observed the fact that all the other toys were freezing when humans were near, and assumed that it was a defense mechanism that the natives of this planet used to protect themselves from the "giants". And so he adopted the habit as well in order to survive in this strange new world.
#316 to #274 - hammarhead
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like only an excellent officer of the space fleet can.