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How many people did Shrek shrek before he turned good

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    PinfeldorfPinfeldorf Yeah ZestRegistered User regular
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    Are you kidding? That's an excerpt directly from a Grimm's Fairy Tales from the 13th century.

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    Quantum TigerQuantum Tiger Registered User regular
    I don't care if that book page is faked, I need there to be more of it please

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    JuggernutJuggernut Registered User regular
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    Well good news

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    JedocJedoc In the scuppers with the staggers and jagsRegistered User regular
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    Important news: we've got a read-along version of Shrek! in addition to the regular book, and it's narrated by Stanley Tucci.

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    chromdomchromdom Who? Where?Registered User regular
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    Probably an unpopular opinion:
    Stanley Tucci's series about discovering Italy (on CNN?) came across as so hollow, privileged, and tone deaf to me that it really turned me off, even from his nigh-irresistable sexiness

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    GvzbgulGvzbgul Registered User regular
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    Shrek's head on Pam's body or Pam's head on Shrek's body.

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    BahamutZEROBahamutZERO Registered User, Moderator mod
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    (the pictures are from the book, the text is fake)

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    Mortal SkyMortal Sky queer punk hedge witchRegistered User regular
    book Shrek has killed hundreds if not thousands of people for fun

    movie Shrek might've bodied a few knights in self-defense, but I don't think he has the capacity for cold-blooded murder

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    Brovid HasselsmofBrovid Hasselsmof [Growling historic on the fury road] Registered User regular
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    chromdom wrote: »
    Probably an unpopular opinion:
    Stanley Tucci's series about discovering Italy (on CNN?) came across as so hollow, privileged, and tone deaf to me that it really turned me off, even from his nigh-irresistable sexiness

    Celebrity travelogues are consistently awful

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    SporkAndrewSporkAndrew Registered User, ClubPA regular
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    Juggernut wrote: »
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    I didn't realise that Offler personally held wedding ceremonies

    That's certainly a get

    The one about the fucking space hairdresser and the cowboy. He's got a tinfoil pal and a pedal bin
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    TefTef Registered User regular
    edited August 2021
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    Shreking in everyday behaviour, shreking against the past that is emptied of all substance, shreking against the future, for the colonial regime presents itself as necessarily eternal. We see, therefore, that the colonized people, caught in a web of a three-dimensional shreking, a meeting point of multiple, diverse, repeated, cumulative shreking, are soon logically confronted by the problem of ending the colonial regime by any means necessary

    Shreking is good, shreking is righteous.

    Shrek is a gift

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    AtheraalAtheraal Registered User regular
    Grislo wrote: »
    ChicoBlue wrote: »
    Here's a Shrek I sculpted from memory.

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    I don't remember anything about the movie.

    Does shrek mean eat?

    I never thought I'd get to see what Joe Pesci as Shrek would look like, but I think this is as close as it gets.

    Thank you for this blessing.

    Really? I'm seeing more Chris Farley

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    Curly_BraceCurly_Brace Robot Girl Mimiga VillageRegistered User regular
    edited August 2021
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    Shrek became royalty, which is worse than being an ogre.

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    facetiousfacetious a wit so dry it shits sandRegistered User regular
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    No gods, no masters.

    ogres are acceptable.

    "I am not young enough to know everything." - Oscar Wilde
    Real strong, facetious.

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    JarsJars Registered User regular
    if shrek didn't shrek people then why do they call it shreking someone

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    ElaroElaro Apologetic Registered User regular
    edited August 2021
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    It's actually a portmanteau of shredding and wrecking

    specifically the vernacular form of wrecking: "reking", as in the phrase "get rekt"

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    ChallChall Registered User regular
    edited August 2021
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    How many Shreks would a Shrek shrek, if a Shrek could shrek Shreks?

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    MechMantisMechMantis Registered User regular
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    Chall wrote: »
    How many Shreks would a Shrek shrek, if a Shrek could shrek Shreks?

    how do you think Shrek got his name

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    MechMantisMechMantis Registered User regular
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    In order to be a Shrek one must first Shrek their own name

    It is known

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    ChallChall Registered User regular
    edited August 2021
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    MechMantis wrote: »
    In order to be a Shrek one must first Shrek their own name

    It is known

    Oh is it like Cats! where each ogre has its "regular" name and its own secret name?

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    EnlongEnlong Registered User regular
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    all Shreks are Jellicle Shreks.

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    Rhesus PositiveRhesus Positive GNU Terry Pratchett Registered User regular
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    🎶Shrekking, all alone in the moonlight,
    Then along comes a donkey
    And I'm stuck on a quest...🎶

    [Muffled sounds of gorilla violence]
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    LarsLars Registered User regular
    I'd always been told that Cats the Musical was very bad (long before being told that Cats the Live Action film was somehow worse), so I never watched it and only picked up a few tidbits from cultural osmosis.
    • Jellicles can and Jellicles do
    • There is a character named Rum Tum Tugger
    • Macavity has committed every human crime

    However, I don't actually know what a Jellicle Cat is.

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    EnlongEnlong Registered User regular
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    Lars wrote: »
    I'd always been told that Cats the Musical was very bad (long before being told that Cats the Live Action film was somehow worse), so I never watched it and only picked up a few tidbits from cultural osmosis.
    • Jellicles can and Jellicles do
    • There is a character named Rum Tum Tugger
    • Macavity has committed every human crime

    However, I don't actually know what a Jellicle Cat is.

    There's a bit of a distinction with MacCavity. He has specifically broken every human law. This means he's magic and can fly, because that includes the laws of gravity.


    As for your last bit, I think we might have something for that.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zfi9rBDW3s8

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    MechMantisMechMantis Registered User regular
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    Chall wrote: »
    MechMantis wrote: »
    In order to be a Shrek one must first Shrek their own name

    It is known

    Oh is it like Cats! where each ogre has its "regular" name and its own secret name?

    Maybe for normal ogres

    But Shrek is just Shrek. He shreked his name. we just went over this

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    ElaroElaro Apologetic Registered User regular
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    Enlong wrote: »
    Lars wrote: »
    I'd always been told that Cats the Musical was very bad (long before being told that Cats the Live Action film was somehow worse), so I never watched it and only picked up a few tidbits from cultural osmosis.
    • Jellicles can and Jellicles do
    • There is a character named Rum Tum Tugger
    • Macavity has committed every human crime

    However, I don't actually know what a Jellicle Cat is.

    There's a bit of a distinction with MacCavity. He has specifically broken every human law. This means he's magic and can fly, because that includes the laws of gravity.

    The laws of nature are not... human laws... They were there long before the first word was spoken, and will be there long after the last dirge has been sung. They stand as the pillars of the Universe, and to break them, impossible.

    But maybe Jellicle Cats can do it, I dunno.

    Children's rights are human rights.
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    shoeboxjeddyshoeboxjeddy Registered User regular
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    Elaro wrote: »
    Enlong wrote: »
    Lars wrote: »
    I'd always been told that Cats the Musical was very bad (long before being told that Cats the Live Action film was somehow worse), so I never watched it and only picked up a few tidbits from cultural osmosis.
    • Jellicles can and Jellicles do
    • There is a character named Rum Tum Tugger
    • Macavity has committed every human crime

    However, I don't actually know what a Jellicle Cat is.

    There's a bit of a distinction with MacCavity. He has specifically broken every human law. This means he's magic and can fly, because that includes the laws of gravity.

    The laws of nature are not... human laws... They were there long before the first word was spoken, and will be there long after the last dirge has been sung. They stand as the pillars of the Universe, and to break them, impossible.

    But maybe Jellicle Cats can do it, I dunno.

    MacCavity is seemingly trapped at the top of a tall object at the end of the movie version. Which is odd since he's teleported throughout the story.

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    Munkus BeaverMunkus Beaver You don't have to attend every argument you are invited to. Philosophy: Stoicism. Politics: Democratic SocialistRegistered User, ClubPA regular
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    Elaro wrote: »
    Enlong wrote: »
    Lars wrote: »
    I'd always been told that Cats the Musical was very bad (long before being told that Cats the Live Action film was somehow worse), so I never watched it and only picked up a few tidbits from cultural osmosis.
    • Jellicles can and Jellicles do
    • There is a character named Rum Tum Tugger
    • Macavity has committed every human crime

    However, I don't actually know what a Jellicle Cat is.

    There's a bit of a distinction with MacCavity. He has specifically broken every human law. This means he's magic and can fly, because that includes the laws of gravity.

    The laws of nature are not... human laws... They were there long before the first word was spoken, and will be there long after the last dirge has been sung. They stand as the pillars of the Universe, and to break them, impossible.

    But maybe Jellicle Cats can do it, I dunno.

    MacCavity is seemingly trapped at the top of a tall object at the end of the movie version. Which is odd since he's teleported throughout the story.

    Well that's explained because the movie is garbage and is trying to rehabilitate MacCavity's image as the worst criminal in history.

    Humor can be dissected as a frog can, but dies in the process.
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    Kristmas KthulhuKristmas Kthulhu Currently Kultist Kthulhu Registered User regular
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    Weird play, crime rules

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    GarthorGarthor Registered User regular
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    Based on T.S. Eliot's poetry, Macavity has thumbs.

    I'm pretty sure a cat having thumbs is breaking some sort of law.

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    Kristmas KthulhuKristmas Kthulhu Currently Kultist Kthulhu Registered User regular
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    Whose laws? Your laws or mine, joker?

    https://youtu.be/2hngBzDDyFE

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    FencingsaxFencingsax It is difficult to get a man to understand, when his salary depends upon his not understanding GNU Terry PratchettRegistered User regular
    Atheraal wrote: »
    Grislo wrote: »
    ChicoBlue wrote: »
    Here's a Shrek I sculpted from memory.

    TlsEIaj.png

    I don't remember anything about the movie.

    Does shrek mean eat?

    I never thought I'd get to see what Joe Pesci as Shrek would look like, but I think this is as close as it gets.

    Thank you for this blessing.

    Really? I'm seeing more Chris Farley

    Someday, I hope they release his audio

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