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Oh Frodo...

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Bilbo Baggins 6' days age
I' m such a cranky old fool, It' s all fault Heels! You shouldn' t be frolicking with
these elves!
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Sam Gamgee 5 days age
Hey Elbe, Heels got stabbed by a Meryl Blade, was about to be raped by a
Giant Spider, Ringwraiths hunted him, he nearly died and i had to carry him...
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Bilbo Baggins 5 days age
Sam, you should have left him... Wish you were my sen... In my days I fought a
dragon, killed ems and trolls. All Heels did was scream like a little bitch when
Gollum ate his finger.
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User avatar #4 - anonymoose (01/22/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Is . . . Is Bilbo implying that Frodo is his son?
User avatar #12 - demandsgayversion (01/23/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Honestly, if you really think about it, Frodo went through way more than Bilbo. Bilbo went on an adventure, but he didn't really get hurt at all. He just got in scary situations a lot. Frodo walked probly as much as Bilbo did if not more, and that's with the temptation of the ring, the possible treachery of everyone he loves, the death of Gandalf and Boromir, and the closer he got to Mount Doom, the heavier the ring got for him. Physically and psychologically, not to mention the lack of food and water towards the end of the journey, especially while in a hot wasteland, and he had to deal with Gollum's ******** for half the journey, and then lose his finger, his pet (kinda), and in the end NOT EVEN GET TO GO HOME!

Bilbo's journey is more similar to what Mary and Pippin when through, minus the climactic battle of Minis Tirith.
User avatar #1 - Furubatsu (01/22/2013) [+] (5 replies)
If I remember correctly Pippin's his nephew (or some relation similar to that)
User avatar #10 - curtkobain (01/23/2013) [-]
I'm pretty sure most of us would scream if our finger was bitten off.
User avatar #5 - shockstorm (01/23/2013) [+] (2 replies)
see.. at least someone understands why Sam is my favorite character
User avatar #19 - eightbitch (01/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Elijah Wood just made the character of Frodo look like more of a pathetic piece of **** than the character actually is. Also...Bilbo is Frodo's uncle, not father. Wtf.
#11 - anonymous (01/23/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Lol at these goons that think Movie Frodo is the real Frodo, go read a book.
#16 to #11 - nicholasmann (01/23/2013) [-]
I second this, thank you for always saying the right things anon
User avatar #27 - theshadowed (01/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Everyone's a bit unfair on Frodo. He had to deal with the RIng.
Now yes, Bilbo carried it while on his adventure, but this was while Sauron
was in the form of the Necromancer, and in Dol Guldur. He thought it was lost,
so was not searching for it.
The RIng was a real burden to anyone who carried it. Look at Gollum.
Sam may have been strong physically, but I doubt he had the mental ability
to carry the RIng for a week
#25 - androanomaly (01/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Can't talk **** about Sam and Frodo .
They both had to go through a lot of physical and psychological hardships.
Neither one of them could have done it alone.
Basically their bromance saved Middle-earth.
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#18 - anonymous (01/23/2013) [-]
Fans who actually read the books see that Frodo was far more relevant than the movies made him seem. Not only does it further develop the idea of how impossible a task it is to slowly be corrupted by the ring, but after separating from the fellowship through Frodo's knowledge they are able to survive, sway Smeagol to their side (for the time being) and after he gets his ass saved by Sam helps keep them alive. He himself also isn't a hindrance as a fighter with the fellowship as mentioned several times.
TL;DR Frodo actually isn't a pansy like fans of the movies believe.
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