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scify65: perissologist: unorthodoxchronicles: little-sister-shotgun: savethematches: tumblr dont sleep on letterkenny Honest to god I can’t understand anything any of them say. It’s two gay guys using hockey terms to catcall the two presumably straight hockey players (riley and jonesy) who then counter by being comfortable enough to accept the compliments. The conversation then continues along to describe different words and terms for a variety of queer folk as if said words were also hockey players. So when they say a word got cut it’s merely a euphanism for people agreeing not to use that term. The whole scene is two (presumably straight) men being educated gently on the subject by two gay men and listening rather than bickering. this dialogue is like something out of a greek drama it’s both downright melodic and utterly incomprehensible Letterkenny is 100% the inheritor of Shakespeare’s legacy. : scify65: perissologist: unorthodoxchronicles: little-sister-shotgun: savethematches: tumblr dont sleep on letterkenny Honest to god I can’t understand anything any of them say. It’s two gay guys using hockey terms to catcall the two presumably straight hockey players (riley and jonesy) who then counter by being comfortable enough to accept the compliments. The conversation then continues along to describe different words and terms for a variety of queer folk as if said words were also hockey players. So when they say a word got cut it’s merely a euphanism for people agreeing not to use that term. The whole scene is two (presumably straight) men being educated gently on the subject by two gay men and listening rather than bickering. this dialogue is like something out of a greek drama it’s both downright melodic and utterly incomprehensible Letterkenny is 100% the inheritor of Shakespeare’s legacy.
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thetiniestbabby: copperbadge: hockeystix: cyrilthewolf: sortyourlifeoutmate: truckfondler420: a11madhere: shiftingpath: carry-on-my-wayward-butt: vergak: cuentosallaround: bigwordsandsharpedges: skypig357: Lmao modern art Okay, at this point there has to be something wrong with me, right? I’ve watched this 20 times in the last half hour, I still don’t know what they are saying half the time, but it doesn’t seem to matter because i’ve been crying my eyes out laughing for the entire last half hour … what the fuck is this from i gotta know it’s called letterkenny and it’s about a man who gets dumped and then goes on to shirk his pacifism and reclaim and hold his title as the toughest dude in the rural town of letterkenny ontario. every episode cold opens like this in increasingly bizarre ways. I read the bit about not being able to parse what’s being said and then I read the bit about it being set in this fuckin province, and I thought, like, what kind of accent could they possibly use that was so incomprehensible while still setting it in northern goddamn Ontario? and actually, okay, you know what, despite having lived immersed in it my entire life I’m not sure i’ve ever seen this exact accent on tv before, it is just weird to see actors using it My cousins grew up with the guy who wrote this show and is the main actor. It’s scary accurate for hick town Ontario (it’s based on the town of Listowel) and apparently some of the characters are based so closely on real people that they’ve recognized themselves while watching. ARE YOU GONNA FIGHT IN THOSE SHADES OR PLAY POKER STARS DOT COM Distribute some free literature. I lived near Ontario in rural NY and we picked up this sort of similar affect. It’s so scary how true-to-life this is in that area of the contintent I’m just gonna leave a link to season one episode one right here… annnnnnd here’s all of season one annnnnnnnnnnnnnd all of season two Don’t say I never did anything for ya. Enjoy glorious Canadian humor. SEASON THREE PREMIERES THIS CANADA DAY I AM PRETTY EXCITED ABOUT IT.  THAT WAS THE GREATEST ALLITERATIVE MASTERPIECE I HAVE EVER SEEN : thetiniestbabby: copperbadge: hockeystix: cyrilthewolf: sortyourlifeoutmate: truckfondler420: a11madhere: shiftingpath: carry-on-my-wayward-butt: vergak: cuentosallaround: bigwordsandsharpedges: skypig357: Lmao modern art Okay, at this point there has to be something wrong with me, right? I’ve watched this 20 times in the last half hour, I still don’t know what they are saying half the time, but it doesn’t seem to matter because i’ve been crying my eyes out laughing for the entire last half hour … what the fuck is this from i gotta know it’s called letterkenny and it’s about a man who gets dumped and then goes on to shirk his pacifism and reclaim and hold his title as the toughest dude in the rural town of letterkenny ontario. every episode cold opens like this in increasingly bizarre ways. I read the bit about not being able to parse what’s being said and then I read the bit about it being set in this fuckin province, and I thought, like, what kind of accent could they possibly use that was so incomprehensible while still setting it in northern goddamn Ontario? and actually, okay, you know what, despite having lived immersed in it my entire life I’m not sure i’ve ever seen this exact accent on tv before, it is just weird to see actors using it My cousins grew up with the guy who wrote this show and is the main actor. It’s scary accurate for hick town Ontario (it’s based on the town of Listowel) and apparently some of the characters are based so closely on real people that they’ve recognized themselves while watching. ARE YOU GONNA FIGHT IN THOSE SHADES OR PLAY POKER STARS DOT COM Distribute some free literature. I lived near Ontario in rural NY and we picked up this sort of similar affect. It’s so scary how true-to-life this is in that area of the contintent I’m just gonna leave a link to season one episode one right here… annnnnnd here’s all of season one annnnnnnnnnnnnnd all of season two Don’t say I never did anything for ya. Enjoy glorious Canadian humor. SEASON THREE PREMIERES THIS CANADA DAY I AM PRETTY EXCITED ABOUT IT.  THAT WAS THE GREATEST ALLITERATIVE MASTERPIECE I HAVE EVER SEEN
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