All this fuss over the Titanic

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  1. Gomez

    Gomez Well-Known Member

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    Do any straight guys care about this?
    I liken it to the Oscars - only women and gays seem to care.
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  2. gilaet

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    Sinks in the drink.
     
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    Big iceberg, kills boats
     
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    gwartney Unafilliated Gold

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    Longest movie I've ever had to sit through. Couldn't be less interested in all of the brough ha ha.
     
  5. Mr. Potato Head

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    It was a good movie. Still don't give a fuck about it. :coffee:
     
  6. Howard Stork

    Howard Stork "Big Nosed and Jewish"

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    The sinking got rid of rich assholes and slimy foreigners. All for it!!! :cheer:
     
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    I jerked off to it, but mostly any scene with Billy Zane... Uh, so no homo :dontknow:
     
  8. Gomez

    Gomez Well-Known Member

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    I mean fuck, dozens (hundreds? thousands?) of other ships have sunk over the decades
     
  9. gwartney

    gwartney Unafilliated Gold

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    That gal had some nice tits but it wasn't worth sitting through that 10 hour movie.
     
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    To this day I still have never seen the movie.
     
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    haven't seen the film either, just never got around to it :dontknow:
     
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    The Iceberg did it in the library with the lead pipe.
     
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    Dont they know it's EC's birthday?
     
  14. Gomez

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    boy this Titantic stuff is getting resoundingly gay

    [h=1]Texas eatery serves $12K, 10-course Titanic meal[/h]RAMIT PLUSHNICK-MASTI,Associated Press
    Posted: 04/15/2012 12:33:11 PM MDT

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    Evan Boyle serves the first course during a re-creation of the final first class... (Dave Einsel)


    HOUSTON (AP) - Crystal tinkles as women clad in dinner best bow their heads over champagne glasses, listening attentively to the captain's evening address. The Armagnac they sip is circa 1900. The dishes, crystal and silverware also hark back to a bygone era - one when the Titanic sailed the high seas, destined for disaster.
    On this evening, though, the captain is Ryan Roberts, executive director of Cullen's restaurant in Houston.
    "We're here to remember the people who perished on that fateful night, so if we could just bow our heads in a moment of silence," Roberts said, his white-gloved hands reminiscent of the opulence of the Edwardian era that birthed the lush first-class cabins and dining rooms of what was then the world's largest ship.
    It's the 100th anniversary of the maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic, which hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic on a frigid, dark night, killing 1,514 people. And to mark the occasion, 12 people in Houston enjoyed a replica of the lavish 10-course dinner the wealthiest people aboard the ship enjoyed just before the crash.
     
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    only fuss I have heard about is the bleak in baseball

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    Fags I say
     
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    I agree.

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    Holy fuck DF
     
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