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#2 - vycanismajoris (05/14/2013) [-]
This doesn't work in my PC because it's really old and it still runs on windows XP, let's see if it can help any of you.
User avatar #68 to #2 - zaxzwim ONLINE (05/15/2013) [-]
what operating system is that supposed to work on?
#3 to #2 - vycanismajoris (05/14/2013) [-]
I also have this in my folder.
#97 to #3 - trollmobile ONLINE (05/15/2013) [-]
the toothpaste vs zit one...
i tried that...
i had several at the time, it felt like my face was on fire.
i manadged to keep it on for 10 minutes then i had to take it off, it was horribly unpleasant.
#39 to #3 - anonymous (05/15/2013) [-]
tried the chapstick one a while back but with Burts Bees instead of Chapstick brand. Hurt like a mother.

As for the book and movie thing, I always ask that my kids read the book before seeing the movie (suggest, not force) because the movie is someone else's interpretation. If they see the movie second, its just important to know that the movie is someone else's interpretation of the book so they chose what parts they thought were most important and made their own changes.
User avatar #69 to #39 - darkcomy (05/15/2013) [-]
Exactly, if you watch the movie first, you already have a fixed vision of the fictional world which won't change. Book first, you can imagine it the way you want it.
User avatar #137 to #69 - trollmobile ONLINE (05/15/2013) [-]
in my opinion, if you're going to read the book first, just don't watch the movie at all


possibly with the exception of lotr, simply because those were so well made.
User avatar #136 to #69 - trollmobile ONLINE (05/15/2013) [-]
whenever you watch the movie after you read the book, you will be greatly dissapointed in the movie and it will look like ****


i ******* loved the LoTR movies, then i read the book and i ******* loved that too
but then i watched the movies again after having read the book, and i found myself going "that's not what happened, that's not how he looked, where'd that guy go? why did they leave that out?" all the time, it made my movie experience severely more ****** than it was.
movie first, book second=enjoy both greatly
book first, movie second=enjoy book greatly, majorly annoyed and dissapointed in movie

and lotr is one of the more accuracte and good depictions, the Eragon movie for example? or atla? the movies might have been ok by themselves, but they were complete and utter **** when having read the books, when i watched the eragon movie, i just wanted to strangle the director for having shat so hard with his explosive diarrhea on the story that i loved so much.
#9 to #3 - anonymous (05/14/2013) [-]
Thanks a lot, friend.
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