Pirate Captain: Arr, now we bury the treasure.
Pirate: Uh, Captain, Captain, I know we usually bury the treasure, but what if this time we use it to buy things? You know, things we like…
When I was in elementary school and majorly obsessed with Sailor Moon, I asked for some of the Sailor Moon dolls for Christmas. Lo and behold, my mother bought all the scouts. I was so proud of those dolls, but the one I didn’t give two bean curds about was Tuxedo Mask. I remember I had all the sailor scouts lined up with pride on my dresser and Tuxedo Mask shoved in the back of my closet.
And because I’m already here, I might as well help anyone who hasn’t seen it yet!
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I found this on Facebook. A painter/street artist modifies neighborhood watch signs with superheroes! Check out the Senshi and other superheroes!viaNerd Approved
people complaining about the long legs in the Crystal designs like
The Warriors (1979)
I just saw this for the first time on the weekend. The Baseball Furies struck me (no pun intended) as the best Halloween group costume idea. Over all, this was a fun movie—one that seven-year-old me would have been all over!
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