Nikolaj Coster Waldau, Mads Mikkelsen, Viggo Mortensen
God bless Denmark!
“Other angels have made this war because they hate you, you and all humans. God has put you in his grace and pushed them aside. They’re desperate. They’ve never been able to conquer the other loyal angels, and so this war has remained in stalemate for thousands of years. And while this state of affairs endures no soul can meet its god. Your parents, and their parents, and so on from the beginning lie still in wormy earth. Of course, some of them do come to me eventually, for while heaven may be closed I am always open, even on Christmas.”
-Lucifer, “The Prophecy”
It’s actually a direct quote from boondocks saints. I am fully aware the correct usage is symbolism
HAHAHA. It’s all good, we all have our moments.
Grade A for the gif. Fuuuuunnny man.
Whatreyou gonna do huh? laugh the last three to death?!
If my plans for world domination are successful, my first task shall be to outlaw the usage of certain words. Here are three in no particular order, because they are equally obnoxious.
1: Bosom- For me, this word conjures images of creepy old holy men in dark castles torturing peasants. I’m sure father Abraham himself cringed upon reading The King James’ version of Luke 16:22 where it says “ And it came to pass, that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham’s bosom." Really Sir Leigh Teabing? You couldn’t have just used heart, side, or CHEST? *Side note* Sir Leigh Teabing is a character from The Da Vinci Code. In the movie his character is played by Sir Ian Mckellen, who uses the word bosom in a scene I will never forget. The line really solidified my disturbance of the word “bosom.” If you haven’t seen the movie, it’s worth it just to hear Ian McKellen say “bosom,” in a high voice with a cocked brow.
2: Member- This word deeply annoys me when used as a euphemism for penis. The only individuals who should refer to dicks as “members,” are writers of trash erotic novels as in, “He slipped his throbbing member across my wet lower lips.” Nathaniel Hawthorne is dead, there is no need to shroud words for sexual organs in histrionic, romantic circumlocution. Chances are you are neither Nathaniel Hawthorne, nor E.L. James, so please just call a penis a penis.
3. Blessed- In my mind, the only people allowed to say “bless,” or “blessed,” are religious leaders, little old church lady and Beyonce. Laymen should refrain from this adjective at all costs. Not only is it peppered with pompous religiosity, but much like an Affliction shirt instantly turns a man into a douche bag, saying “blessed,” instantly turns a person into a pretentious jerk. Example: While at Starbucks a while back, I overheard this portly white man tell a woman that he and his wife were able to, “bless a young couple,” at their church by giving them a place to stay while they searched for an apartments. Upon hearing this, I searched quickly for a cookie to give the man, but alas, I had none and Starbucks had only marble cakes in stock. (sarcasm) No sir, you “helped,” the young couple. You are not Jesus, you did not “bless,” them.
In summary, please choose your words carefully, because until I achieve world domination, I’m taking the liberty of slapping anyone (not exonerated in the above clauses) who uses them.
Usually it’s “hey Rachel look it’s brad Pitt” but idk