“Like getting shipped to Iraq.”
In fact, the newly built barracks in Iraq had left many soldiers longing for home due to a reputation for real shoddy construction. Just pure crap.
“If you travel to the past, that past becomes your future. And your former present becomes the past, which can’t now be changed by your new future.”
I played violin in high school, and that involved 'tests' that determined seating. We had one kid with autism who was angry at his bad seat, and threw a school viola and bow at the teacher, breaking both of them. The teacher, who is a 'Ryan Seacrest type', just got up, picked up the pieces, and said to the kid 'I want you to stay here until you cool down'.
I've had some good teachers in my life that I'm thankful for, but that always stood out to me as a model of how I want to behave, and none of this immature, vindictiveness that people seem to be celebrating.
My favorite part of that episode was Charlie literally preparing squash and beef. Well, Charlie being earnest is my favorite part of every episode
It's crazy how hypnotizing he was though. He made good points about how it is a concern in every industry. I didn't pick up on the deflection until this thread pointed it out. And that's all I have to say about that.
Curiosity got the better of u/yaboyroy61 and after a good bit of digging, discovered what had happened when Tobias had intended to park the Bluth’s only vehicle, only to have gotten lost in the “wild”.
>Buying old military stuff is a lot cheaper than buying a new car.
Until your job is literally driving around all day:
> Fuel Economy of the Humvee: It varies, but generally less than 12 miles per gallon of diesel fuel. Usually around 8 on the highway and 4 in the city.
"One highway, zero city."
Basically the most wasteful vehicle they could run. Also very slow, so no use in a chase. A Kia would be more effective.
Yea, my first time watching the series I liked the later season, dumbed down Kevin because he was funny. But after rewatching a bit, I think the early season Kevin would have been better throughout the series.
I know this sounds odd for me to recognize and mention, but in this clip when Jim pulls something good off during a gambling match (I have no idea lol I’m sorry) he claps and says “jim halpert ladies and gentlemen” Idk why but this struck me as a really casual charismatic laid back little joke of admiration with an impressed smirk on his face. Basically he seems like a chill sociable man from this one line
But then this is a man who goes on to have to remind himself on camera that he can not eat cats.
Unfortunately, several years later and with far fewer follicles, Tobias was again overeager with body paint. It went about as expected.
> Now the only "Voice of Reason" character left is the narrator, which makes the Season 4 plotline of Michael getting his family's life turned into a TV show kind of interesting.
Oh, thank you.
“…my favorite of all of them is hands down Analepsy…”
In fact, Tobias’ foray into the world of brutal death slam therapy naturally evolved into a musical career. It went about as expected.
A high O2 environment will find any excuse to go boom. It could have just as easily been a tiny piezoelectric spark caused by her shoe sliding over some grains of sand. Or some static discharge from her hair brushing over her shirt. Just about anything. If you see O2 leaking this is what you do: https://yarn.co/yarn-clip/d6e87bd5-3b00-466d-9e13-676b140c6d72
This indirectly leads to Ralph's demise too, or at least the strained relationship between him and Tony.
"If your opponent is of choleric temper, irritate him." Tony really took that one to heart.
Except that it was determined by the officials that was NOT the applicable rule, it was covered under 14-5:
> A player must not make a stroke at his ball while it is moving.
And rule 1-2 states
> An action expressly permitted or expressly prohibited by another Rule is subject to that other Rule, not Rule 1-2.
IN ADDITION, the penalty for violating rule 1-2 is the same as 14-5 UNLESS the committee decides that that it was a serious breach, then they MAY impose disqualification. So for Phil to be DQ'd, rule 14-5 would have to been determined to NOT have applied at all, then it would have been determined to have been a SERIOUS breach of 1-2, and even then they still had the option to DQ or not. But some people just want to ignore all that so they can be outraged. Phil acted stupidly, but the ruling was correct.
lol! What a waste of time. You keep stating that Barb NEVER confirmed that she knew Bobby saw TH leave and so after lying about it for paragraph after paragraph you got your panties so twisted you wasted your time writing this trash?
Just stop lying and you won't have to waste so much time.
“I’M u/Earthwormjimby and i use the downvote button as a disagree button, WWUUUUUUUHHHHH”
Jokes aside, Here’s why your whole argument is kind of null… it’s not made out of metal. It looks like metal but it’s not.
The suit is composed of silica-based quartz sand fabric. Abrasion resistant. Heat resistant.
I don’t care if you like or don’t like the suit, I care that your reasons you’ve stated aren’t actually considering what the suit is actually made of, as stated in the film.
Unfortunately, the conversation prior to setting out didn’t prepare Lindsay for u/thejjthejerjjjthej to hop in-front-of rather than on.
The technical term is "aspiration," which basically means spitting out the air when pronouncing certain sounds (P/T/C(K)). P & B, T & D, C/K & G have the same mouth/tongue positions in English. The only way they differ is that you spit the air out when doing P/T/C(K) and you don’t when doing B/D/G (instead you let your throat vibrate). In American, we aspirate P/T/C(K) when those sounds start a word or start a stressed syllable (PoTado) but not at beginning of an UNstressed syllable (butter, water) or the last sound of a word. That’s why many Americans thought my Russian friend's name was Danya, not Tanya, and my Brazilian student got more & more frustrated when, after introducing himself as Paulo, kept being called Baulo. "NO! It's BBaulo! With a B!" Lol And that is why people love it when Arnold Schwarzenegger gets lines with lots of J's.
Side note: having a real Italian friend in college made me FINALLY understand what Rizzo was saying in Grease: [link]
Fongool = vaffanculo = F off
Señor Chang/seasons 1-2 cause frankly he hasn't been well utilized since
E: Had to correct the original quote and I found the clip, so I added it
My favorite scene that I feel doesn't get enough recognition is when Michael walks in and yells at Kevin for talking to Gabe.
Michael realizes they weren't talking about what he thought they were, and saves face by saying "Don't let it happen again"
Visibily upset Kevin: "You think that I would let this happen again? No way Jose!"
Just the raw emotion in Kevins line cracks me up every time
? bruh are you stupid ? you picked a hill and I am addressing anyone who is standing on it. That's who the 'you' refers to, smart guy.
-again, there are plenty of fucking debts this money should go to (which is why you aren't saying shit about child support (where A BUNCH of it is going).
-including paying debts you owe to the institution charged with paying you. LOL you seriously thought that wasn't going to happen? That's just ~~stupid~~ fucking dumb.
I see, that makes sense, and now he has something dangling between his legs to boot!
Actually looks a bit like an udder with teat.
I thought this was a scene with Michael and Lindsey in Arrested Development, but I can't remember where it is.
Oops sorry, was Community. [link]
actual leftists when Vaush excuses himself to use the restroom at local meetups
^^^just ^^^kidding ^^^Vaush ^^^doesn't ^^^know ^^^any ^^^leftists
I feel like you're not taking this very cereal...
Manbearpig is super real and he must be stopped. I'm super duper cereal.
Edit: And I suppose just linking to the character that OP was referencing doesn't clarify the math discrepancy. The post's title is something that was actually said in the show about Manbearpig. They're not really that bad at math.
I would say no. To quote Coming to America, "I want a woman who is going to arouse my intellect as well as my loins."
Excuse me. If anyone employed by Daybreak had read the feed back to the thread posted by Wrel explaining the proposed Spawn System revamp, they should have known.
I can't find a reference image or video of Phyllis from the Office saying, " I have diabetes too. You don't see me making a big deal about it.".
> I dnt even know there were Tajiks in Pakistans lmao
My ignorance that other ethnicities apart from Pathan or Punjabi reside in Pakistan
Dnt know there were tajik in Pakistan let alone a freaking general.
Double: Either choice presents great danger... to us all.
Padme: We are brave your highness.
Double: Then I will plead our case to the Senate.
In fact, they were hot sailors and the blowing was only meant to cool them off after spending the day shoveling coal bare chested in the sun. It went about as expected.
“…executives from the Fox Corporation might be listening...”
They were well aware, yet continued with their cancellation plans. It went about as expected.
"to the best damn trial lawyer in Alachua County..."
I saw the movie, and about 10 years later ended up moving there. Or here. I've seen that church many times. That road can be a bear during heavy traffic times.
CEO: "You're fired as security, you're hired as our new greeter!"
Seriously, he's the perfect greeter at any wireless store. Cheerful, attentive, respects personal space!
Much like Bob Belcher, when I'm dead tired... I'm funny in the wall: [link]
So Yarn is a website where you can search for dialogue and it will just find it for you.
So I wrote here "That's amazing" and it will find me clips of people saying "That's amazing".
Hoarder: "If you have any mercy in you, please- let me die..."
Driller: "When I grow weary of the noises you make you shall die!"
grandma came in for the waist high hug of a lifetime and I pulled away from that encounter with all of grandma Helen's breahting apparatus
Homer's crimes were really great...
Great meaning large or immense, We use it in the pejorative sense
They're not. There's a large collection of customers that float around MVNOs, but we understand that we don't want to be just one of a hundred colors in a box. We're targeting those low and medium usage users on MNOs who are paying for unlimited service they don't actually need.
We best serve the good chunk of people who understand that if their usage lines up with our rates, that they could save money. Google Fi does sort of the same thing, but forces you to pay $20 per line for unlimited talk and text, regardless of how many you actually use and regardless of if most of your messages are unbillable iMessages.
The carriers that DO offer an "unlimited" data plan always have some sort of weird restriction, like after XYZ gigabytes, it's 2G (SLOW) data only, or for some weird reason music streaming doesn't count.
The reality is we pay for every megabyte that travels, and the best way to go bankrupt is to offer an unlimited plan that is actually completely unlimited. We would lose money on every customer that uses over a specific amount of data (paying more than we're collecting at a fixed rate) and wants to use a phone carrier as their home internet replacement.
"Hmm i'm pondering unemployment fraud.. ..I need some good, honest, up to date and factually checked information on this. "
*And he puzzled and puzzled till his puzzler was sore*
Then thought OP, "Ah HA! I know the answer for sure!"
"I shall off to Reddit, to find out more!"
And away he went, with a flourish and Dash -
to find out how to steal money
while sitting on his ash.
I have no interest in getting into an argument, but it's a pretty popular opinion. I'm not putting out some hot take here on the rhcp sub. Article on Bird gif from family guy ...p.s. only a sith deals in absolutes
https://yarn.co/yarn-clip/fa3075e9-e44e-412b-a8cb-c92ac5fd3da6 Would this be it? Saying something about the Playboy Mansion but only this time it's much more doper.
Is there anything we can do to get Yarn to die? They post these three second clips that are completely useless. And they are of course the top result.
I miss taking shit
When I was just water fasting I get a little high smelling food. Now I get high looking at the faucet turned on lol
My draft sucked donkey balls last year. I was basically this guy. The waiver wire and I became best buds. There will be guys like Wood, Hoskins, Buxton, and many others who will emerge, and there will be guys who keep getting picked up and dropped for unknown reasons (no one wanted Didi in my league last year). Other owners will make mistakes. It ain't over.
I still find it insane that this happened. For the longest time I thought it was just a great joke on Parks and Rec.
>These government handouts are deplorable. You're just handing out blank checks! I was on food stamps; I was on welfare; nobody helped me!
In fact, u/tjfun888 had inadvertently been posting “spicy” photos to r/landscape for weeks after having discovered a series of shots he’d forgotten he snapped in the bathtub…which he mistook for art. It went about as expected.
I don’t think that. Other men think that, and I find it hilarious
Fellas, is it gay to have sex with a woman?
“Every time I kiss you, I’m gonna taste 36 other guys”
y’all probably know the song promiscuous by timbaland and nelly furtado. timbaland wears a hat (with chrome-hearts-looking crosses on it) in the video but i can’t figure out what it’s called or where i can get it. Can someone here help me out?
u/Delega7e had taken their complaint to the moderator stating, among other things, they would not be back and that the moderator was a homosexual. Both things he just said were lies. Ironically, a screenshot of this complaint was the only OC the sub would have in quite some time.
“…it’ll just lead to people caring less.”
In fact, Army had considered the feelings of the recruits and began flexible scheduling and incentivizing superior performance. Oh, who am I kidding. Both things I just said were lies.
I've slowly gotten to the point where I'm able to ask most people "do you honestly think it's the network or do you just wish it is" or something along those lines.
Taken from the scrubs episode [link]
Though I had to be helpful, honest, humble, and own when it is a network issue to gain the trust from everyone at work.
“You have to know what youre looking for to really notice them.”
In fact, you might notice them more easily if you happen to be into leather.
I have exactly what you are looking for, I used it in a similar project. On this page you can search for clips of any phrase spoken in a TV series, music video or movie. Some clips are in low resolution, but you can use it as a reference to search for HD sources.
If you do a search for "Gilligan's Island," you can see how people treated Gilligan.
To get you started, here are a couple of clips.
The first is silent, but shows how Gilligan and the Skipper normally look.
The second has sound, but Gilligan didn't normally dress like that (he seems to be dressed as an artist here).
To get a better idea of the show itself, here's a 3-minute clip.
>I see these types of posts all the time and I'm just like "send me these people! Ya'll are missing out on good money for not just googling some damn feet."
Dee is that you?
In the Simpsons episode “One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish,” the master sushi chef tells his apprentice “that squid looks like it was hacked by a blind woodsman.”
Here’s the clip on some weird non-YouTube site.
Lisa's German strong verb conjugation wheel-o-fortune.
It's not a product. You can make one yourself however.
Fun … hmm. Lisa seemed to have fun with it.
Without going too much into novel spoilers, tbh DITOEFTV is one of the better Yandere MLs romances I've read, in that the yandere MLs do have plausible reasons they treat the FL like shit, and the FL is reasonably wary of them in return.
I literally remember where I learned that fanny means butt in america. I was so confused for the longest time.
Fanny is also the name of a character in one of my favourite books as a kid, the faraway tree. Another who would occasionally show up was called dick. I thought it was hilarious. Though their names have since been changed.
The problem with GDP is that people use it a single number to comment about the strength of the economy.
Think about your pants size. There's a waist measurement and inseam measurement. https://yarn.co/yarn-clip/2fc025c4-ed8b-47ab-87bc-434b4b3f8294
Is the economy more complex or less complex than a pair of pants?
> DVD players were $1k once.
DVDs are crazy. Absolutely iconic in society and culture and most people know what they are... but they lasted so briefly. They're kinda gone now. Almost all movie watching these days is done via streaming. They've been gone for so long that South Park made fun of this back in 2012.
We can also use South Park to estimate when DVDs were first becoming culturally relevant using an earlier episode from 2001 where they make fun of the rich kid for not knowing what a VHS is.
So DVDs really only lasted for like 10 years as the primary movie watching format.
>AZ =/= UK government.
Well AZ tells us it can't use the two British plants referenced in its EU contract because the UK gets everything from there first...
>we're offering to help once we're vaccinated
Which is why it's worth fuck all.
I'm not saying the UK government is (primarily) at fault here. It's AZ's fuck-up to sign two contracts that contradict each other. Also the EU did fuck up its vaccine procurement strategy. These two facts don't exclude each other.
> WHICH THEY DID NOT.
Ambulance is a name for a vehicle for medical transport. So again, why is it racist to correct someone on the name of a person, and not the name of anything else?
Answer: It's not. Nothing I said calls out any specific race, minority, or dialect. We are taught how to speak properly and find the need to correct someone when they don't say it right.
Great example: In the Sopranos, someone says the word a total "Deb-buckle" when they're referring to a "Debacle". It's wrong, its incorrect. Yet your argument is that it's racist to correct them.
Here's the source to that btw: [link]
Yeah, it's not ideal I know. I went to yarn.co to find the clip and it was split up like that since that site only offers small snippets.
It was quicker for me to paste those here rather than find something of decent quality on YouTube.
THE Hank Aaron?
"I don't need more security. I need answers." maybe?
or if it's want instead of need: [link]
The description reminds me of this bit from Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult. 'One woman's story of romance and mystery set against the backdrop of the Nicaraguan Revolution.'
I believe it's an episode of Friends. The One With Barry And Mindy's Wedding [S02E24]. The line is "What? You hired the same band. I can't use the same speech?". Seen here: [link]
Fun fact: The reason the clock tower plays "O Tannenbaum" is because we've had a rough year
Joking aside....deck had a CWO-5 (was a LDO, changed to warrant a year before retirement for some complicated pension reason). Dude had a Vietnam campaign ribbon, was for a time I believe the most senior non-admiral in the Navy and absolute asshole with zero oversight from our CO or XO (because whose going to tell a 40 year warrant what to do)
We had a watch schedule that only allowed 4 hours of sleep a day (against CO standing orders). Somehow managed to have all of deck have a punitive health and comfort berthing inspection (also something you can’t do) at 2am because of some bullshit that he was wrong about (he became convinced a deck sailor was causing a 2am chem light man overboard despite A-Nav witnessing someone on the flight deck night crew do it.)
Deck had like a 60% mast rate that deployment. I don’t know how I got out of there lol.
How is that not subjective? Assumming there is a God and whatever he says goes then that isn't morality at all, that's just obedience to a tyrant. That's how you get the silly tradition of Abraham sacrificing Isaac counting as righteousness.
There's no righteousness or wickedness in that worldview. You can't comment on the morality of anything because there is no rubric for evaluation, no metric to gauge moral acts. There is only obedience and disobedience and what is forbidden today might be commanded tomorrow.
Honestly while I think OHMSS is fine as a film, I'm not sure I'd say Lazenby was really good as Bond.
To me he lacked that sense of commanding a room and sophistication that the character of Bond needs. Just moments like this- after he knocks out the goon in Tracey's room and tastes some caviar. https://yarn.co/yarn-clip/d9c924d7-1b57-4a46-a93b-6a1bbf80f0f5
The way he says the line, it's clear he's just a reading a line and there's no sense that he actually knows what he's talking about. (Compared to how Connery or Moore would taste a wine and place it's vintage, and it feels it's because Bond knows what he's talking about...rather than just feeling like reading lines from a script.)
> Does this mean there is never an ideal society?
>If that's true does it also mean we should learn to be patient and more gradual when we ask for change?
I'd say it's more that we should be aware that what we are currently doing may not be right, and just because "we've always done it that way" doesnt mean things should change.
If anything I'd argue it means we should be faster to change.
Rather than have months of protests, why dont we just make those changes that the majority of the country wants to make?
>If change is expected as a constant then why should it be so violent?
Because violence is the main means of preventing change.
Dont blame the people fighting for equality for the violence against them. Blame the people in power that would rather have state sponsored violence than equality.
>That's the sneeze guard. You have to lean under it to get salad or sneeze on stuff.
p.s. Sorry for the non-youtube link. It was all I could find of that clip.
" Lisa, maybe if I'm part of that mob, I can help steer it in wise directions. "
That's hilarious! It has Better Off Dead written all over it. One of my favorite movies.
I just re watched it and I think its more misremembered than racist. The next line "Now that's what I call a close encounter." is said slightly slurred do to his cigar and I think people either confuse the 2 or combine them in their minds.
It is definitely two stories, though, we can see the bottom of the windows above the restaurant.
If you need one and can afford it, get an expensive one. Not the most expensive, but well above the bottom. No "two-bit bus-bench lawyer" either.
This are very serious concerns and the idea that critics can't follow the teachings of Eric Cartman https://yarn.co/yarn-clip/147d37f1-85c3-4a0d-af31-ca5d8538ccd0 is insulting. You hit the nail on the head until the guy you were responding to.
Did Rick from Rick and Morty say something bout when they got back from the miniverse and tiniverse inside the battery that powers his spaceship about having like eleven 9/11s.
Please go find a group of trump supporters and personally compare your immune system to the group. Maybe y’all can play a great game
Welcome everybody to todays game between the Rough Riders and Roughriders! Of course much to play for today as the winner of this afternoon's competition will meet the RoughRiders in the playoffs.
The Rough Riders have previously given the Roughriders a real run for thier money...
Typical aunties and uncles have a preference pyramid. On top is same caste, earns well, conforms to their Indian standards of beauty (ie for guys, fair skinned).
Next, at least be a Hindu (or the same religion). Ideally speak the same language.
And so on. Depending on how open they are, white will be somewhat down the list.
It’s hilarious/depressing but this clip from Bend it like Beckham is pretty much on the nose.
Yes. I'm also fine with the community denying someone like that all services and if we're lucky driving them out of town. And, if they come near anyone's kids, shooting them in the head.
It's freedom baby, yeah!
True dat. The above is a rediculous statement for how low rent and much cooler reddit is!
What Foreplay really is.
Always assumed it was a game a couple plays with another couple (four play) then they go on their separate ways to fornicate (pan camera to the side 80's movie style). This is why girls always enjoyed double dates but guys dreaded them. Why it was cool for guys to not know what foreplay was.
It can be a cute nickname which is usually given to a woman. It doesn't have to be sexual, but it can be.
Here's a short clip of it being used in Pulp Fiction.
For liability purposes, it is the ocean that will kill you, not us.
Hey! Something's clawing at my leg! Okay, it stopped.
That's really cool, but the miniature fruit salad tree is better for apartments.
Although when I searched for that clip, I found a [real one ]([link].
> Reseda is not upscale.
As cultural evidence: in the original Karate Kid, Daniel and his mom had just moved to Reseda from NJ and it was considered lower-to-middle class from the perspective of the rich folks.
Yes, yes it does
I’m an American and in moments like this it reminded me what is the most quintessential American trait
We say one thing and do another
I used to teach SAT prep.. a lot of 1st gen immigrant kids, and I say one of the traits Americans have which is really hard to deal w is that we have no principles, and they would just nod, and once in a while I’d get a kid who’d ask why. Because for some the idea of no principles was anathema,
(I mean I had a kid who point blank at 17 was told by his father, these are your college majors, your going to go for pre med and you’re going to volunteer at the hospital in geriatrics because that’s were the growth is and that’s what your specialty will be. And he told me of course I said yes.
Can you imagine an American kid saying ok?!?)
So back to principles
And I’d tell them “because this country wouldn’t be where your parents wanted to take you without it.
My great grandparents like their parents came here to get a better life, and that meant sometimes having to work with people that they didn’t want to. People who would’ve been considered criminals or dishonorable back home.
But it was either work w them or starve.
My grandmother told me that her father was a baker in Newark NJ and whatever he made he had to give a kickback to bakery owner. Every paycheck he’d have to go cash it and then give the owner 10%
But he had no choice there was no work other than that shop.
One day the bakery unionized and he was so happy that he kept his paycheck that when he see the union label on the wrapper he’d kiss it.
So multiply it millions of people making the same choices millions of times over years and years and you get to that photo a woman protesting quarentine rules while also having a mask ready to go just in case.
Sorry for the additional stuff. I just felt it made sense to add it
It's been so long since I've seen it, I couldn't tell you in relation to the plot, but it's when he and Heather Graham are driving.
I tried to find a youtube clip, but my (admittedly half-assed) google-fu failed me and all I could turn up was a shitty two-part yarn clip.
"The death of one man is a tragedy. The death of millions is a statistic." (attributed to Joseph Stalin - probably falsely). The attitude of this expert (his credentials seem impeccable) reeks of the kind of "acceptable losses" thinking that was popular in the Cold War years:
I've always wondered that after the age of strife, and 10k years of what is humanity slowly dying and being miserable and malnourished, how they are not more like the Nectontyr, just barely living and dying of the toxicity and radiation of everything which has happened. But the "average" guardsman is this hench / shredded 6ft Chad. And not like Winston here
Imperial Citizen #865428865251. 6
Might I suggest a Complication of Vulnerability (Toon Tropes). At times, he can fall prey to the pratfalls and weaknesses of cartoon characters, reverse psychology tricking him into doing something he wouldn't ordinarily, being distracted by an enticing odor, and other similar bits. It doesn't always work (especially if it wouldn't be funny), but when it does, it trips him up and he gets a Hero Point for it.
I didn't really have much interest in watching Breaking Bad until I learned that Bob Odenkirk was in it...
I literally started watching it because I was looking forward to seeing Saul Goodman and when I first heard the rumors of a spin-off I just couldn't believe it.
I'm not as certain that the show has only gotten better (I personally think the first two seasons were the best so far) but that really doesn't matter because yes, it is the best show on TV and all that matters is that it's great as a whole.
That being said Lalo Salamanca (Tony Dalton) is easily one of my favorite characters now. -"Aaayyy.... C'mon!"
I loved it when Jimmy is first becoming a true "director" in the second season and I get more than a little excited whenever his student film crew shows up...
Also, who liked getting to see Bob's fellow Mr. Show alum Jay Johnston as Kevin Wachtell's father in the latest episode?
Aside from Mike (Johnathan Banks) being the main thug in Beverly Hills Cop (1984) does anyone remember that he has one of the funniest lines in Airplane! <em>(1980)</em>?
while watching Caroline baby-talk to her kitten the shit she is so desperate to believe about herself
[ilana wexler voice] this bitch is un*ravelling*