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offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2017-07-14 21:47 [#02525001]
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phil spector only talks shit about good vibrations 'cos
he's jelly -- it's a good track.


offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-07-14 21:52 [#02525002]
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just watching a youtube video about it now you mentioned it,
he comes across as a huge arsehole,


offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-07-14 21:53 [#02525003]
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he doesn't blink very much


offline w M w from London (United Kingdom) on 2017-07-15 06:56 [#02525026]
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"jelly" should be quarantined along with the whole fake
forced culture of facetwitter that spawned such a sad ronald
mcdonaldesque meme. But I guess when 99% of the population
is infected it makes more sense to self quarantine. Only the
roaches and I will survive, and we will evolve on a path
exactly perpendicular to jelly. I bet that one "celebrity",
you know that guy you always see on the youtube front page,
jimmy kimble or some shit, I bet he said jelly within the
last 10 "episodes" of his unfunny failshow, which is fit for
the fail audience. It's not a show as much as a hostile
display of memetic dominance. They fake comedy overlay is
part of that dominance, showing what kind of idiocy must be
put into effect in order to become dominant. They're a hive
of mutually crapflooding memetic viruses. It's a single
multi-bodied celebribeast, the first memetic predator, in
symbiosis with the diseased internet platforms themselves.
Their popularity is the only thing that makes them popular.
Other than their rigging, scheming, collusion, devouring of
smaller better memes. There are memes out there that are
just utterly beautiful, even small memes. But they're not
allowed to replicate because jimmy fucking falon or whatever
his name is, eats them. It's a giant disease replicating
itself into a memetic hurricane. It is the nothing. It's the
Nothing. It's real. It looks just like gmork, just as ugly I
mean. It looks different but it's just as ugly and just as
real. This message was sponsored by mcdonalds.


offline w M w from London (United Kingdom) on 2017-07-15 07:12 [#02525027]
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Oh gawd, go 2 tittube and search 'jimmy kimmel'. Scroll down
and almost all the videos have "Jimmy Kimmel Live" logo in
the bottom left this "professional" (shitty) cursive shit
logo, just totally force meme spammed on all his videos ha
ha, imagine what a tit face you'd have to be to go around
and crap flooding your logo like that, it's like... ugly
people should be narcissists. It's survival of the
shittiest/spammiest/most predatory/most monopolistic memes,
all with a rated dumb veil, like "for the kids" but then
actually enslaving kids in "school" and having commercials
about their backpacks or some shit to mind control parents
to buy during the commercial break.
Anyway, I listened to the beach boys good vibrations and it
is good. I guess the only problem with it is being oblivious
to the mass practical joke being played on humanity by the
illuminati. Our species is men only, there are no women.
Every woman is a man dressed like a so called woman, in a
mind control conspiracy, and all the men with "girl"friends
just have man friends. All these love songs like good
vibrations play into this whole practical joke like total
chumps. If you had a computer program that controls time and
space and all, wouldn't you consider it an epic troll edit
to make the species attracted to the butts of its other


offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2017-07-15 11:53 [#02525038]
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"jelly" should be quarantined

please note the sphere of context in which i employed

phil spector only talks shit about good vibrations 'cos
he's jelly -- it's a good track.

last night, writing this sentence, i did it properly. i
wrote it over once or twice, and i clearly remember getting
hung up as i typed "jealous" because it didn't feel "right."
i tried another word like "envious" and that was even worse,
then i went back to "jelly" and that felt "right." i didn't
really know why; i've just learned to trust these urges.

now that i read it back this morning, i can see a bit of
why: phil, jell. jelly, philly. oh, of course.

in any case, it's not a word i'm apt to deploy with the sort
of cloying wontonitude. i'm no jimmy kimlet.


offline mohamed on 2017-07-15 14:19 [#02525040]
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i have nothing against the word 'jelly' unless someone is
actually doing actual meaning with it


offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2017-07-15 21:26 [#02525049]
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he meant jelly. you could see it in his eyes -- like crisps


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-07-17 12:30 [#02525170]
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"The only good vibrations in the world come from Love... and
also that one Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch track."


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