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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Oliver Kopp, Feb 24, 2002.
I was bored and decided to have a little fun with the Fellowship of the Ring script
Thanks Wayne. I corrected it :b
It's funny, by the way.
All you did was go through it and change every instance of the word "ring" to "pants"?
That's the general concept between all of the pants versions of things. Some are more selective if they don't have recurring words, but they all follow the same formula.
"pants versions of things"??
You never heard of this before Carl?
Here are some Star Wars pants jokes just for you
Judge me by my pants do you?
But I was going to Tashi station to pick up some pants.
Look, Sir, Pants!
Your pants will freeze before you reach the first marker!
I'm sorry. The pants arrived just before you did.
That blast came from the pants!
Your pants. They'll have to wait outside.
Sandpeople always ride single file to hide their pants.
Ohhhh, they've encased him in pants!
I do not want the Emperor's prized pants damaged.
Pants do not concern me admiral. I want that ship, not excuses.
Will someone get this walking carpet out of my pants?
You had pants coming in here, didn't you have pants to get out?
We must unravel the mystery of the pants.
Well, I guess you don't know anything about pants do you?
My father has it. I have it. My pants has it.
bring me the pants, I want them alive!
hold your pants, there are no life forms aboard
you look strong enough to pull the pants off a gunguard (I know thats spelled wrong)
You`ve never heard of the millenium pants?
we could almost buy our own pants for that!
What an incredible pants you? ve discovered
I knew there was more to you than pants
she could use a good pants!
give your pants to the dark side
what kept you? We ran into some old pants.
You must feel the Force flowing through your pants
Lord Vader, I've reached the main power generator, the Pants will be down in moments
Commander, tear this ship apart until you've found those pants.
OK, I´ll stop now I think you get the idea.
You missed off "I feel a tremor in the pants. The last time was in the presence of my old master." - one of my favourites.
I think the problem, Oliver, is that in the U.S. the call trousers 'pants'. So possibly knickers might make more sense on the other side of the Atlantic.
Almost nobody says "knickers" in the US, either. "Underwear" is the prevailing term. Hence, the grade school classic queston: "What are you eating under there?". My 5-1/2 year old loves asking me that one.
Almost 300 hits on a thread I started. That is a new personal record for me
I hope most of you enjoyed it