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Swiss cheese is not so bad.... Good with ham grilled.

Hehehe was ugly as a child. Did she look cranky or something?
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Originally posted by Synesthesia Synesthesia wrote:

My trypophobia is more like a primitive revultion that makes me think OMG ICKY HOLES FULL OF NASTY WORMS PARASITES EW EW EW EW EW GET IT AWAY FROM ME.


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Ugh I have this too. I am literally fearless. I stabbed myself with medication for almost a year. Blood and gore doesn't bug me much. Seeing animals get hurt kills me inside, but I can shake the feeling after a while. Seeing something trigger my trypophobia just makes me uneasy, sick, and anxious for days. I had no idea I had this until my 7th grade social studies teacher showed us a video that at some point showed a Suriname toad giving birth. I...was.....horrified.....for...weeks. Never again will I ever look upon it.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Papa Lazarou Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 Jan 2014 at 7:08pm
One of those toads made an appearance in Adventure Time.

Finn and Jake decide to finger its birth holes.

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Wasn't in that video, thank god.
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dang.



How's that?
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AUGH! I hate that TOAD HATE IT HATE IT HATE IT IT'S SO NASTY! I touch live spiders but that TOAD is just WRONG. Dead
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There's the voice of a little bastard in my head telling me to make that my Avatar...I won't.

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Originally posted by Hezadancer Hezadancer wrote:

Originally posted by Synesthesia Synesthesia wrote:

My trypophobia is more like a primitive revultion that makes me think OMG ICKY HOLES FULL OF NASTY WORMS PARASITES EW EW EW EW EW GET IT AWAY FROM ME.


Don't post any pictures. Confused I'll cry Cry


Ugh I have this too. I am literally fearless. I stabbed myself with medication for almost a year. Blood and gore doesn't bug me much. Seeing animals get hurt kills me inside, but I can shake the feeling after a while. Seeing something trigger my trypophobia just makes me uneasy, sick, and anxious for days. I had no idea I had this until my 7th grade social studies teacher showed us a video that at some point showed a Suriname toad giving birth. I...was.....horrified.....for...weeks. Never again will I ever look upon it.

Actually that phobia does have some basis in evolution.  For centuries humans associated something full of holes or spots with diseases like leprosy and measles or the spot patterns on venomous animals such as the deathstalker scorpion, blue ring octopus, and the king cobra.
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Originally posted by Papa Lazarou Papa Lazarou wrote:

There's the voice of a little bastard in my head telling me to make that my Avatar...I won't.

Not on this board, at least.


Eh I can get over it in animation form. It's not something I want to stare at but my brain can rationalize it as spots and not holes.

Anyway back to the movie. It looks interesting, and I'll definitely watch it when it shows up on HBO or Netflix, but Joaquin is irritating me in these ads for some reason. Worst being when he appears to be in bed and the computer tells some sort of joke and he makes this god awful hehehehehehehe laugh. Like dude I'm sure it wasn't that funny.
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Originally posted by Hezadancer Hezadancer wrote:

Originally posted by Papa Lazarou Papa Lazarou wrote:

There's the voice of a little bastard in my head telling me to make that my Avatar...I won't.

Not on this board, at least.


Eh I can get over it in animation form. It's not something I want to stare at but my brain can rationalize it as spots and not holes.

Anyway back to the movie. It looks interesting, and I'll definitely watch it when it shows up on HBO or Netflix, but Joaquin is irritating me in these ads for some reason. Worst being when he appears to be in bed and the computer tells some sort of joke and he makes this god awful hehehehehehehe laugh. Like dude I'm sure it wasn't that funny.
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Already nominated for several awards? So this is the artsy-fartsy "feel good" mid-life crisis movie of the year...I think I'd rather watch a 96 minute film on the exploits of a free-spirited plastic bag. 
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Originally posted by Blix Blix wrote:

Already nominated for several awards? So this is the artsy-fartsy "feel good" mid-life crisis movie of the year...I think I'd rather watch a 96 minute film on the exploits of a free-spirited plastic bag. 
LOLWell, I have to agree with that! First thing that comes to mind is the classic NATGEO series TABOO (she can't refuse unless 'the man lets the air out of the relationship').
...and we're talking about a friggin' computer being a romantic partner in a movie, fer chrissakes!
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Just out of curiosity, how many of you have actually seen the entire movie? Seems it has only been shown in 3 cities (NY, Chi, La) and doesn't open everywhere until tomorrow, January 10.

I thought we usually wait to pass judgment on an ad or commercial until after we've seen it. Some people are critiquing both the ad for the movie and the entire movie.

Besides that, aren't just about all movies have many ideas and events and even characters that aren't "real." Movies are mostly based on suspending reality and belief.
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There's a few people here who seem to equate suspension of belief and escapism with delusion and instability. Not naming names, of course, but get some of us talking about certain films, shows or genres, and - god forbid - animated stuff, and some here are ready to get you in a straitjacket.
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If I'm not mistaken, seems some fur has been rubbed wrong...

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Originally posted by A.C. Sativa A.C. Sativa wrote:

As soon as I saw that talentless piece of s**t hack Spike Jonze is involved I stopped caring.

Too bad Spike Jones wasn't involved.  Then we'd see some real talent.  



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My thoughts when the trailers started coming out for this movie was that someone had written a screenplay about an update to the old Eliza program (from the TRS-80 days) or it was a feature length version of the Ooma commercial.



And to Thor, I think that old Spike Jones song should be played under those godawful toaster strudelheim commercials
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Originally posted by Neil R Neil R wrote:



And to Thor, I think that old Spike Jones song should be played under those godawful toaster strudelheim commercials

That'd be funny.  But I actually like those Toaster Strudel commercials.  Little Aryan Boy cracks me up.


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Originally posted by Neil R Neil R wrote:



And to Thor, I think that old Spike Jones song should be played under those godawful toaster strudelheim commercials


That'd be funny.  But I actually like those Toaster Strudel commercials.  Little Aryan Boy cracks me up.




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Different strokes for different folks. I love Spike Jonze's work and this one was no exception. Excellent acting from both Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams (of course, she's amazing in everything she does). A lonely guy makes a connection with something that felt real to him. It didn't matter to him that many other people reacted much the same way as people in this thread have reacted.

The critics aren't always right but they were right on this one. One of my favorite movies of the past year.
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