Day 13 (extra):
This blog is a make up for not posting yesterday.
So Cracked posted the results for it’s Photoshop contest today of R-Rated Versions of Classic Disney Movies. Lo and behold, your buddy Tim’s entry appeared at #18.
Unfortunately, I made the mistake of looking at the comments section. After reading 197 comments about how the #2 entry was not a Disney movie. I saw one about my entry:
Maybe I missed the joke for the Mulan one, but how is that funny?
Ouch. Wait a minute…I see what you’re doing. You’re trying to get me to be all defensive of my joke and look like an idiot. Well I’m not falling for it. Oh wait, someone replied to this comment.
Ever seen kill bill? I didn’t find it particularly funny, but I liked the reference.
I…no…nope…I’m not going to jump in. What? Another reply?
They merged Mulan with Kill Bill.
Ok…well that doesn’t bother me…
See…Mulan was about an Asian girl and Kill Bill was about an Asi…oh, wait, Uma wasn’t Asian…
Ummm…Mulan was about an Asian girl and Kill Bill had kung-fu and ninjas, which are Asian. Get it?
OK, THAT’S IT!!! Screw you, pal! Way to not get the joke! Mulan is standing in for Uma in Kill Bill because they were both kick ass leading ladies. But Kill Bill was a bloody and violent movie. If Mulan was like that, it would definitely get an R rating (the point of the contest). Plus, the Chinese text on the bottom says “She will cut you!”
But since you’ve dragged me down to your level, let’s see how YOU like it. Let’s take a look at some of your hilarious Photoshop contest entries. Oh…look at that. You haven’t done one in almost a year. What’s the matter? Couldn’t think of anything funny that wasn’t an attempt at attacking your betters in the comment section? Well let’s look at your last entry…it was for the contest “If Oscar Movie Titles Were Truthful.”
Holy wow…a cheap boob joke? Better start writing your Mark Twain Prize Award speech. That is comedy gold! Oh, and maybe you weren’t aware, but “I Still Know What You Did Last Summer” was not an “Oscar Movie.” Not only was it not nominated for best picture, it wasn’t nominated for a single award in any category. Eat a bag of fail.
Thank you for proving the old adage; “Those who can, do; those who can’t, criticize on the internet like impotent little turds.” (I’m pretty sure that’s how it goes)
…oh great…the person who posted the original comment has replied.
Ah, I get it now. Really, I don’t know how I didn’t see it before- I’ve seen “Kill Bill” dozens of times.
Oh…so her comment was a genuine question because she didn’t recognize the Kill Bill poster. So I guess I got all upset for nothing. Ah well, screw that last guy!