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Eternium

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« #360 : 01-08-2013 07:29 »

Has anyone actually seen Fry ride a bike? I've seen him riding the professor, but no bike as far as I can remember...

Also, Broccoly reminds me of Bender in Overclockwise
Solid Gold Bender

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« #361 : 01-08-2013 19:44 »

Has anyone actually seen Fry ride a bike? I've seen him riding the professor, but no bike as far as I can remember...

Also, Broccoly reminds me of Bender in Overclockwise

HIGHasFRY

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« #362 : 01-08-2013 19:47 »
« : 01-08-2013 19:51 »

The he road a bike in the first episode making the pizza delivery. And he rode a hover bike in the minority report parody episode when fry becomes a cop.  Also fry keeps a bike in his apartment bedroom.  But out of curiosity why do u ask?

Edit: looking at SGB post I now realize mine is irrelevant.  :(
Eternium

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« #363 : 01-08-2013 19:55 »

Because he seems to have quite a lot of disabilities(I spelled that wrong didn't I?)... I mean ADD, he can't swim, mostly everything he drives gets broken or something, that thing with smelling colors and such... I mean, all and all it's quite a lot^^
yes! now that you mentioned it, the first episode*facepalm* my brain is dumb... Thanks for the images Solid Gold Bender! I totally forgot about the episode of the second image...
SuperiorKnowledge

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« #364 : 01-09-2013 22:14 »

Yesterday in my math class we had a test that was fairly easy. So, this morning, when I went into my math class, my teacher had put a picture on the board of the 'Fry not sure if X or Y' meme that said

'Not sure if math test was really easy or I did everything wrong'.

Wow, I think I have the coolest math teacher ever. :D
Tachyon

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« #365 : 01-09-2013 22:33 »


That's cute.  I wonder whether they are on PEEL?  :D

SuperiorKnowledge

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« #366 : 01-10-2013 02:37 »

I really can't imagine that happening but if it did, that's really cool.
UnrealLegend

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« #367 : 01-10-2013 02:50 »

Hello SuperiorKnowledge, this is your teacher. I am pleased to say that you have the highest mark in the class.

Also, this is totally legitimate and should not be doubted for a second :shifty:.
HIGHasFRY

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« #368 : 01-10-2013 03:22 »

Actually I'm your teacher, but no spluh! you already knew that!
Solid Gold Bender

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« #369 : 01-10-2013 03:45 »

[Super Whiney Voice] Actually, I'm your teacher![/Super Whiney Voice]
Fnord
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« #370 : 01-10-2013 05:57 »

No, I'm your teacher!
SuperiorKnowledge

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« #371 : 01-10-2013 05:59 »

Oh my, who to believe?
Gorky

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« #372 : 01-14-2013 12:52 »

Last night I received a hilariously-worded email from my college's security office about a not-so-hilarious (though redundant) "robbery/theft incident" in which a girl's "cellular telephone" was stolen. I of course wondered if the item in question was anything like a cellphone telephone.
any1else

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« #373 : 01-24-2013 03:03 »

I just saw this picture linked to on facebook:



Wrist thingies are closer than I thought!
Googzeez

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« #374 : 01-24-2013 03:39 »

This short reminded me of a ceartian popular episode that spawned, "Shut up and take my money!"

It's this short film named Sight
Gorky

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« #375 : 01-26-2013 03:28 »

Today in my film class, our teacher was discussing how inescapable advertising is in our everyday lives; he said that the only way to avoid ads is "by sleeping...though I'm sure they'll figure out a way to make commercials play inside our eyelids some day soon." And I had to smile, as I was reminded of the product placement Fry must contend with in his dreams in "A Fishful of Dollars."
Fnord
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« #376 : 01-26-2013 09:10 »

Today in my film class, our teacher was discussing how inescapable advertising is in our everyday lives; he said that the only way to avoid ads is "by sleeping...though I'm sure they'll figure out a way to make commercials play inside our eyelids some day soon." And I had to smile, as I was reminded of the product placement Fry must contend with in his dreams in "A Fishful of Dollars."

A Dutch technology company is working on a way to display a texted message on your contact lenses.
HIGHasFRY

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« #377 : 01-29-2013 04:20 »
« : 03-02-2013 21:46 »

Said "you're an idiots excuse for a moron" to someone I really hate a little while ago.  Didn't realize why what I said seemed so familiar until I walked away.  Then I was reminded of the prof.
homerjaysimpson

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« #378 : 03-02-2013 16:40 »

This thing my youngest nephew did:

Tedward

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« #379 : 03-11-2013 23:40 »

While going through some files of past exhibitions at the museum where I currently intern, I came across an exhibit from 1957 that was courtesy of one Chase Manhattan Bank. If Zoidberg had been around back then I imagine he would have been denied admission, and later if a guinea pig ever tricked him into becoming a giant, I imagine he would have done some retaliatory building-smashing about it.
Anna3000

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« #380 : 03-13-2013 02:13 »

I kind of remind myself of Leela, since I only have one functional eye  :D
HIGHasFRY

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« #381 : 03-13-2013 03:43 »

For real? Do they move in tandem or is one lost when you look at something?
UnrealLegend

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« #382 : 03-13-2013 12:42 »

I recently realised that Kenny from The Walking Dead game bares a strong similarity to Sal's friend (who was in Bender's Game and probably a bunch of other episodes that I've forgotten about.)

He's got the same beard, hat and shirt. Interesting!
Anna3000

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« #383 : 03-13-2013 21:19 »

HIGHasFRY: The left one looks completely normal, but I have a fairly severe birth defect in the right. I can't see out of it, and it never faces quite forward, instead the pupil and iris face sideways. The pupil is also not circular, but quite misshapen.
People have told me numerous times I look kind of creepy  :hmpf:
Eternium

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« #384 : 03-13-2013 21:26 »

Doesn't matter what they say, you can never be more ugly than that huge monster from Benderama:)

Also... I'm sure you're not ugly, and it's what YOU think not anyone else^^
Anna3000

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« #385 : 03-13-2013 21:36 »

Thank you Eternium, that's very kind of you  :)
Mr Snrub

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« #386 : 03-13-2013 23:52 »

The staff room in my schools PE department is labelled "The PE Crew".
HIGHasFRY

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« #387 : 03-14-2013 01:28 »

Anna3000 now I feel bad for so bluntly asking about it.  I'm sure it's fine though, and in my imagination-since I don't know what you look like-I see you as a total babe otherwise. ;)
Anna3000

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« #388 : 03-14-2013 04:06 »

Don't feel bad at all; if I was bothered by it, I never would have brought it up  :)
Also, thank you  :D
Fnord
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« #389 : 04-18-2013 05:44 »

I have a sign-in sheet to keep track of attendance in the classes I teach. Yesterday, someone added "I. C. Wiener" to it.
Sof

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« #390 : 04-18-2013 13:56 »

In the school where I teach,one of my students looks like Fry,or at least the same hairstyle (but he isn't a ginger),and everytime I see him doing silly stuff or that he isn't working, I'm yelling "Fry, you idiot!, but you're a 6 years old kid" on my mind.

Also,there is a beauty shop in my street and there is a huge sign that says "Planchado Express" (Ironing Express) and I always read "Planet Express" or just imagine the crew having a business of that kind :D

And there are more stuff in my life but I can't remember it at the moment.
SuperiorKnowledge

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« #391 : 04-21-2013 13:56 »

I'm at a convention all of this weekend and I saw a guy dressed as Scruffy. Unfortunately I didn't get a chance to take a picture, but it was the most beautiful moment of my day. :D
Gorky

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« #392 : 04-27-2013 16:08 »
« : 04-27-2013 16:09 »

I was just watching "The Sting" on Comedy Central; my father happened to be in the room, too, and when act three started, he asked, "Why is Bender on fire?" This gave me the perfect opportunity to provide Patric Verrone's explanation from the episode's commentary track: "For comedy." 'Twas a wonderful, dorky moment for me.

So, yeah. Watching an episode of Futurama reminded me of the commentary for an episode of Futurama. That still counts, right?
Tachyon

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« #393 : 04-27-2013 18:11 »


<Penn Jillette> "It still counts!"  :D

Gorky

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« #394 : 04-28-2013 21:08 »

Heh, well done, Tachy.

Anyway, I have another Futurama-reminder that is slightly more legitimate than my previous one: My brother's prom was last night, and he apparently informed our father that the only song he danced to was "The Safety Dance." My dad, unfamiliar with that little ditty, asked me how it went. I, of course, provided him with That Guy's rendition from "Future Stock."
Eternium

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« #395 : 04-28-2013 21:34 »

Tun-tun-ta-ta-tun-tun-tun-ta-ta!

Every time when I read a book about the future I get the whole futurama universe in mind
Tedward

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« #396 : 05-23-2013 00:38 »

While going through some files of past exhibitions at the museum where I currently intern

Similarly-caused Futurama reminders continue! Today I was going through the database of bird collections and passed by the yellow-headed blackbird, Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus; I of course thought of Xanthor (though, truth be told, I sooner was reminded of a certain PEELer). Shortly afterwards, I also saw an entry for a Sturnus vulgaris, or a starling of "Parasites Lost" fame. What a day this was!
totalnerd undercanada

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« #397 : 05-23-2013 00:42 »

Now I'm going to be thinking that Xanfor is not only a Cardinal, he's a blackbird. It starts out with a person being only a couple of birds, but before you know it, he's a whole flock. What have you begun, Ted? What have you begun?
AllEggsIn1Basket

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« #398 : 05-23-2013 18:28 »

There is a new song out on the radio (no clue who it is or what the name is) that my husband and I heard over the weekend and it has a section that sounds just like the music used in the original run whenever Bender goes into a strip club. I'll keep an ear out because it's bound to come on once every hour or so if it's a popular song.
Tedward

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« #399 : 05-24-2013 20:24 »

Similarly-caused Futurama reminders continue!

And again! The preparator was taking me through the wild green gray yonder of old records, and when he was showing me one of the museum's oldest ledgers, I saw an entry from 1924 documenting the acquisition of the skull of a "loyal capybara, king of the rats." That wasn't how it was actually written, but that's how I read it.

Now I'm going to be thinking that Xanfor is not only a Cardinal, he's a blackbird. It starts out with a person being only a couple of birds, but before you know it, he's a whole flock. What have you begun, Ted? What have you begun?

Don't forget his true form.
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