Oh fuck!. nothing to see here. It' s time to an l. tributes.... Bear Grylls you say ? :Bitch Please: <-- Bear Grylls
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#42 - lukyno
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(03/31/2012) [-]
Bear Grylls you say ?    
   
   
:Bitch Please:   
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Bear Grylls you say ?


:Bitch Please:
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#57 to #42 - anon
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(03/31/2012) [-]
Here are your Andrastes Grace, Leliana..
#78 to #57 - sircool
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(03/31/2012) [-]
not sure if dragon age reference.....
not sure if dragon age reference.....
#212 to #42 - thereactionfolder
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(03/31/2012) [-]
Source if anyone wants it:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o9RGnujlkI
#307 to #42 - leandros
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(04/01/2012) [-]
Holy ****. I wish my girlfriend could do that...or exist, i'll settle for either.
#55 to #42 - MrHat **User deleted account**
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#149 to #42 - tomstheposter
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(03/31/2012) [-]
Yeah, okay.

I blew up nuclear tanks.

#142 to #42 - owcoleow
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(03/31/2012) [-]
Bitch, please.
#151 to #42 - iamnewhere
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Bitch please
#58 to #42 - sphenoid
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(03/31/2012) [-]
Bitch please
Bitch please
#405 to #58 - wishicouldfly
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(04/01/2012) [-]
Cunt destroyer
#44 to #42 - pickachutwoyou
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(03/31/2012) [-]
Hey sis
#53 - Jameshaich
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(03/31/2012) [-]
I love how everyone in the comments is calling him a pussy, and that he wouldn't win.
Despite the fact he was in the SAS, and they're just children.
#74 to #53 - anon
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In 1996, he suffered a freefall parachuting accident in Zambia. His canopy ripped at 4,900 metres (16,000 ft), partially opening, causing him to fall and land on his parachute pack on his back, which partially crushed three vertebrae.
According to his surgeon, Grylls came "within a whisker" of being paralysed for life and at first it was questionable whether he would ever walk again.
On 16 May 1998, Grylls achieved his childhood dream (an ambition since his father gave him a picture of Everest when he was eight) and entered the Guinness Book of Records, as the youngest Briton, at 23, to summit Mount Everest, just eighteen months after injuring his back.



Pretty pussy, i think that those children who call him pussy have achieved more than Bear Grylls:)
#627 to #74 - anon
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(04/01/2012) [-]
You don't even have the balls to freefall,pretty nice point there..
#81 to #74 - anon
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As a teenager, he learned to skydive and earned a second dan black belt in Shotokan karate. He practices yoga and ninjutsu.



so....**** Chuck Norris, we got Bear Grylls.
#421 to #81 - epicfailguyishere
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(04/01/2012) [-]
AND THEY DROPPED HIS ******* SHOW
#451 to #421 - tjcomics
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Because he was found in a hotel.
While he was recording a show
But he was incapacitated.
But he was still almost sued.
And the show was taken off air.
**** people these days, I might as well live with ***** I mean apes.
#52 - iamjohngalt
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#2 - shadowrated
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#45 - kandeh
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#209 - oldfunnymemories
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#214 to #209 - camerel
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(03/31/2012) [-]
MFW when i imagine this as a show wit camera crew and everything
#241 - kohzanzo
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(03/31/2012) [-]
what? bear grylls was in the hunter games?
#242 to #241 - kohzanzo
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(03/31/2012) [-]
hunger*
#281 to #242 - molestingbabys
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#248 to #242 - anon
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Woosh.
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#87 - charasmaticjdub
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Hunger Games Thread?
#251 to #87 - simonrivero
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#221 - brodin
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My schoolmates logic.   
Before movie: Hunger Games? Pfff, books are stupid.   
After movie: OHGOD BEST BOOKS EVER I LOVE THIS STORY THE CHARACTERS ARE SO DEEP IT REALLY TOUCHES ON MODERN PROBLEMS AND THE HUMAN CONDITION BLA BLA BLA.   
Mfw. **** the bandwagon. I refuse to watch the movie or read the books simply on principle. **** all of the idiots that only act like they like a book or a series once the movie comes out and people start talking about it. They try to look smart once the movie comes out by acting like they always loved the book, and they knew it would succeed. They try to talk about it like they know so damn much. All phonies. People think that if they make a big deal out of something that a lot of people enjoy, which they in fact refused to give a chance before, it will make them look better. For God's sake, stop trying to sponsor things only when they become mainstream. I do not insult OP, because i liked the joke, and OP probably isn't one of these people, but i can't stand it when the deluded fools and retarded teenagers let the newest thing control them like puppets. It's perfectly fine to like things that are mainstream, but only if you genuinely enjoy it. it's the same thing with hipsters, people losing their individuality because of this insecure need to feel a kind of &quot;hive mind&quot; because people are so detached these days. The only way to feel wanted anymore is to blindly zombify yourself and let the media rule your heart and soul. To act like, once something becomes cool, you supported it from the start. Or, like what i mentioned about hipsters, let the media control your life by liking the exact opposite religiously. None of it is sincere, or real, just some woven pack of lies that they blind themselves with because they want to feel wanted. I wish i could say it wasn't always like this, but it has been like this forever. A defense mechanism to try to feel like they belong. I am sorry for not shutting up sooner, and i am not butthurt. Be real, FJ.
My schoolmates logic.
Before movie: Hunger Games? Pfff, books are stupid.
After movie: OHGOD BEST BOOKS EVER I LOVE THIS STORY THE CHARACTERS ARE SO DEEP IT REALLY TOUCHES ON MODERN PROBLEMS AND THE HUMAN CONDITION BLA BLA BLA.
Mfw. **** the bandwagon. I refuse to watch the movie or read the books simply on principle. **** all of the idiots that only act like they like a book or a series once the movie comes out and people start talking about it. They try to look smart once the movie comes out by acting like they always loved the book, and they knew it would succeed. They try to talk about it like they know so damn much. All phonies. People think that if they make a big deal out of something that a lot of people enjoy, which they in fact refused to give a chance before, it will make them look better. For God's sake, stop trying to sponsor things only when they become mainstream. I do not insult OP, because i liked the joke, and OP probably isn't one of these people, but i can't stand it when the deluded fools and retarded teenagers let the newest thing control them like puppets. It's perfectly fine to like things that are mainstream, but only if you genuinely enjoy it. it's the same thing with hipsters, people losing their individuality because of this insecure need to feel a kind of "hive mind" because people are so detached these days. The only way to feel wanted anymore is to blindly zombify yourself and let the media rule your heart and soul. To act like, once something becomes cool, you supported it from the start. Or, like what i mentioned about hipsters, let the media control your life by liking the exact opposite religiously. None of it is sincere, or real, just some woven pack of lies that they blind themselves with because they want to feel wanted. I wish i could say it wasn't always like this, but it has been like this forever. A defense mechanism to try to feel like they belong. I am sorry for not shutting up sooner, and i am not butthurt. Be real, FJ.
#230 to #221 - anon
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(03/31/2012) [-]
TL;DR

And it's a good film, fag.
#232 to #230 - brodin
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I agree that it could very easily be a good film. It probably rocks. But nobody should pretend to like it for reasons outside of actually enjoying it.
#406 to #221 - MatthewsGauss ONLINE
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I have read all three books and all I have to say is that at first it the story was pretty damn cool but then out of nowhere in the middle of everyone getting killed it became a love story where they have to kiss every 4 sentences so the teenage girls dont lose interest and it seemed like that was tacked on over the real story as if the editor was a twilight fag and believed that everything had to be a love story NO EXCEPTIONS and the ending of the story made it seem like it took her a week to write it or she would get ****** in the ass by the twilight fans. so TL:DR cool at first then ******* stupid after 1 1/2 of the first book and the other 3
#413 to #406 - brodin
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Undeniably, things are bound to get pretty contaminated by demographics. I mean, since there are so many Twilight obsessed fangirls, they are going to try to appeal to that demographic so that they will all latch onto The Hunger Games, increasing the Bandwagon fan base. The more people there are faking their love of the story, the more will follow, to try to look better to people. it's a vicious cycle, a self fueling machine of insincerity.
#440 to #221 - brodin
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(04/01/2012) [-]
to all those who have agreed or commented: this gif.
to all those who have agreed or commented: this gif.
#652 to #221 - fatpartypoo
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I completely agree with you. I read the book two years ago and loved it, I thought it was so well written and it became my favorite book. The moment I heard it was being made into a movie, I knew right away this was going to happen. I hate how they made it into a big thing and completely sold out. But at the same time I hate feeling like a hipster for saying "I liked it before it was popular," meaning I liked it because it was good, not because it was popular.
#487 to #221 - connorology
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the books became incredibly popular and because of that you have to give them some credit. thats why i read the books. you shouldnt be ignorant of their popularity by prematurely deciding they're dumb and superficial. that being said, they were great books. it did have romance. the romance did not overpower the book and it was not cliche. the only reason the romance was relevant to the plot is because the romance became the only way to defend against the antagonists in the books. it was a brilliant plot all the way through, but ms. Collins is not a very good writer. plot is perfect but the writing is poor. but to be a hit bestselling novel it doesnt have to be well written does it.
#504 to #487 - brodin
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I have stated several times that the books and movie are probably awesome. My point wasn't that they were bad. My point was that people jump on the bandwagon without actually liking the books before they became popular. That people say that they like things to make themselves look better, instead of liking things because they genuinely enjoy them. I was talking about how people these days are so insincere and fake, and that i hate it when a movie get's huge following, not solely because of it's merits, like it should, but because it suddenly became cool and common, and they want to ride it's success with other people instead of being real. People lose their individuality because they let what's cool decide who they are and are lying to themselves. Instead of being real. Instead of using their free will and being themselves. Instead of being sincere. Instead of being human. They lose themselves. I lament for them. I do not insult a cool book series or cool movie.

#519 to #504 - connorology
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if this is true than it is ironic because what you just explained is a key theme in the series. but I dont agree with you. i dont see this in many fans of the series. even if people did do what you're saying, I wouldnt think there is anything wrong with that. society needs bandwagons. brb imma go read the fountainhead one more time.
#537 to #519 - brodin
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I said it was a element that was attracting a demographic. I never said it was a key theme. And even if the world needs bandwagons, it doesn't mean i have to like the idea of people jumping on them without any sincerity. And if you don't agree, then that is your opinion, and your right. I respect your honesty, and wish you a very good day, and a good time on FJ.
I said it was a element that was attracting a demographic. I never said it was a key theme. And even if the world needs bandwagons, it doesn't mean i have to like the idea of people jumping on them without any sincerity. And if you don't agree, then that is your opinion, and your right. I respect your honesty, and wish you a very good day, and a good time on FJ.
#547 to #537 - brodin
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And not to mention i said: My schoolmates logic. this whole thing is starting from experience with them. But if you still don't like it, that's all good. Once again, have a great day.

#516 to #504 - brodin
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I am trying to say that people like it for the wrong reasons, as opposed to it being a great story.

#229 to #221 - brodin
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I am sorry for my rant. It's just that i wish people could try to be real, and just stop wearing masks and trying to delude themselves and others. It tears a rift in society. It's in politics, too. Political parties lead their members to follow what the other members believe without question. **** what your party tells you, form your own ******* opinions. The world can't tell you what you think and feel, can't give you opinions. Have your own mind. Just because something is liked by others doesn't mean that you can bend to the will of people doing the exact same thing just to try to fit in. I love FJ because we get all kinds of people, and a good many are like that, they do their thing, and **** all who don't like what they like. But there are exceptions. The whole Brony/ hater thing. Bronies, shut up, stop forcing your likes on others. Haters, stop hating on them because they don't like what you like. Or with religions. Live and let live. Stop hating on people for no reason. Hate on people who do stupid shot. on people who annoy you with what they do. Hate on people who do what i was talking about, not because of what they like, but what they pretend they like. Who cares what it is if people actually enjoy it? It's their life, and until they start trying to make it affect you, then just leave them be. FJ, we are all here because we enjoy what this is about, and we enjoy what we all do. In a way, we are all family. We are all bros. We all have something in common with each other, so let's all agree to never let ourselves slip into this foolishness. Once again, i am not butthurt. And if TL;DR, then it's all cool. it's my opinion and you don't like it, or just don't care, then that's all she wrote. That's fine. Just don't needlessly be a douche about it.
#262 to #221 - dustyshane
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I read the book before the movie and I was kind of upset how they sold the absolute **** out of it, and it kept getting comparisons to Twilight. All the fan girls even did "Team Peeta" or "Team Gale" (characters from the book), and if they actually read the books, they would see there is no need for that team or romance ****.

Still like the book better btw.
#271 to #262 - brodin
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This is what I love. A good, solid, sincere opinion. And the i completely agree with the Twilight thing. It's pretty ridiculous. If you are really a fan, then you will just enjoy it and that's enough. People who take it this far are just adding unneeded fluff and putting on a show for everyone else. An intelligent opinion, Dustyshane, thank you, and keep on being real and not giving in to the idiots that have flooded our world. And thank you to all the others who do the same. People need to stop taking all that too far. And definitely not compare it to other bandwagon subjects. Hunger Games is a strong story, so it can stand on it's own.
#273 to #271 - dustyshane
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I will admit though I did Buy a Mockingjay Pin, a prop that s actually in the book and not some ****** item with "The Hunger Games" labeled on it, to wear to the movie, then I gave it to a friend of mine for her birthday since she liked the Hunger Games book and the movie came out around her birthday.

Also thank you for sharing your opinion. I agree 100%
#274 to #273 - brodin
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hahaha A lot of my friends have that pin. I mean, it's pretty common that the merch that comes out of a movie can be more interesting to different people than the movie was to them. I still have an action figure from the movie Batman and Robin. XD
#615 to #262 - anon
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To be honest I did read the book right before I entered the movie. I'm not saying this just for the sake of argument but the book did portray the story a hundred times better than the movie. There were some major parts left out of the story during the course of the movie. The book itself spends between a quarter to half the book explaining the depths of hunger and dehydration that the movie simply ignored.
#618 to #615 - dustyshane
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Exactly. When ever there is a movie based off a book, the book will ALWAYS be better.
#227 to #221 - deansg
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I watched the movie, enjoyed it, didn't read the books, don't pretend to
don't give a ****
#231 to #227 - brodin
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And that's how it should be. Speak what you must, and be REAL. Respect to you, Deansg. And respect to all of you, FJ. You guys are the best, and you guys mean a lot to me. uncle dolan, Anons, and all. Remember to never be a sheep.
#234 to #231 - brodin
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Btw, the movie and books probably rock, so don't get me wrong here. Just like it because you actually like it, not because everybody else does.
#48 - Farthestlight
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(03/31/2012) [-]
I read the books and I have to admit, it would have been pretty kick ass if Bear Grylls was one of the tributes.
#49 to #48 - blinkfreak
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(03/31/2012) [-]
agreed!