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Postby angelgirlhehehe » 08 Dec 2006, 22:47

My god that was awsome! Very nice pink shirt i must add. funny thing is i do end up making a mess every time i pour a beverage so I found it quite amusing =^__^=
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Postby Dr Waffles » 08 Dec 2006, 23:07

I think I nearly wet myself watching that. I really didn't expect the random ninja attack at first, good stuff.




Also looks like I forgot that I had an account here. >_>
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Postby Tapir12 » 08 Dec 2006, 23:59

Hahahaha good stuff. I totally agree that Matt was fantastic in this one! (don't worry Graham... you were good too...) I was sad there was no Matt is last weeks Rapidfire but this more than made up for it! Definetly not what one would expect!

The ninja was awesome and the gradually degrading dicussion was hilarious!

Oh, and you guys also helped me to earn one hundred thousad million dollars, which is what I bet my roomate that that was the David Lam Auditorium, which was later confirmed by a third roommate. So this video leaves me happy and much much richer. :D
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Postby Bryy M. Miller » 09 Dec 2006, 00:37

Andy wrote:And the one-man standing ovation was priceless!


The slow-clap one-man standing ovation.
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Postby Lord Chrusher » 09 Dec 2006, 01:24

I remember hear what the spout was at the time of LRL but now I have forgotten. What was it again?
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Postby TheRocket » 09 Dec 2006, 01:42

HAHAHA.

"Damn skippy there jackass."

That made me lol.
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Postby The Happy Friar » 09 Dec 2006, 08:58

Bryy M. Miller wrote:Dude.
I love the "Canadian Language Makes USA People Laugh" moments.
E Zed Industries.


I found the fact that you guys used a plastic jug instead of a bag hilarious just because i kept picturing in my head putting that spout in a bag! (did milk switch to jug's any time soon? I've always gotten it in litter bags) :)
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Postby browncoat » 09 Dec 2006, 09:11

I remember the good old times when milk came in bottles...
I still think they have the better usability *g*

I liked the kill at the ending, the rest was not that funny to me.
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Postby TheRocket » 09 Dec 2006, 11:14

What the deuce is a milkbag??
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Postby emma » 09 Dec 2006, 11:19

It's a Canadian thing. Milk comes in three single litre bags... I've never seen them in the United States.
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Postby Tapir12 » 09 Dec 2006, 11:21

Quite literally a bag of milk, I do believe. You then put it in a pitcher and cut the corner open so you can pour it out. I have seen such strange things, but here we have been drinking milk from jugs since I was a wee one. I don't think you can get the bags here anymore. Just jug and carton.
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Postby browncoat » 09 Dec 2006, 11:30

I think I've seen those in the UK, too.
They were avaiable here in Germany, but I haven't seen them in shops for some time...
I liked them better than those cartons.
But not as much as bottles ^^
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Postby strand » 09 Dec 2006, 11:55

The only milk I ever saw in China was in single serving bags that looked like they had a cup and a half or so of milk in them. I never tried the milk, I prefered Nescafe in cans.

So yes, the US seems to be the exception without milk in bags.
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Postby Melendwyr » 09 Dec 2006, 14:34

I've never seen any milk product in bags except the milkshake mixes at fast-food restaurants. Around here, they're either in cartons or plastic gallon jugs.
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Postby basscomm » 09 Dec 2006, 15:25

When I was in high school you could get a pint of milk in a bag. They tried selling big bags in the stores around here, but I don't think it really took off.
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Postby JesterJ. » 09 Dec 2006, 18:36

The Happy Friar wrote:
Bryy M. Miller wrote:Dude.
I love the "Canadian Language Makes USA People Laugh" moments.
E Zed Industries.


I found the fact that you guys used a plastic jug instead of a bag hilarious just because i kept picturing in my head putting that spout in a bag! (did milk switch to jug's any time soon? I've always gotten it in litter bags) :)


Oh god, I love the Canadian Language makes USA People Laugh moments too...because the Canadian Language did make this US Resident Laugh! hearing E-zed instead of EZ Completely threw me off, and I think sort of ruined the pronunciation of "Easy", but made it more funny.

If that makes sense.
Also, I remember talking with some Canadians about Milkbags about 6 months ago and completely thought they were just bullshitting me..Jesus, that's weird.

Great video, guys! The whole thing was very well done, and the exchange of insults was masterful. I really liked the time the ninja just pulled him down, that was hilarious. Another quality video! Btw, how DID you do the blood splatter?
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Postby Matt » 09 Dec 2006, 18:49

JesterJ wrote:Great video, guys! The whole thing was very well done, and the exchange of insults was masterful. I really liked the time the ninja just pulled him down, that was hilarious. Another quality video! Btw, how DID you do the blood splatter?


we actually killed graham, so that the blood spatter would be as realistic as could be. the video was then edited by me, with a bit of help from morgan.

don't expect to see graham in any more videos, but you certainly can't question his commitment to quality on the site.

-m
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Postby JesterJ. » 09 Dec 2006, 18:53

Graham wrote:Here's one our favourite original sketches we wrote for LoadingReadyLIVE!

Now all of you who live elsewhere can see it!
Joy!
Ninjas!


So that was Kathleen then?
Oh well, RIP Graham, you took one for the [LRR] team.
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Postby TheRocket » 09 Dec 2006, 18:54

3mm4 wrote:It's a Canadian thing. Milk comes in three single litre bags... I've never seen them in the United States.



I've lived in Canada my whole life, and I've never seen milk in a bag.

*insert joke about your moms milkbags here*
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Postby Melendwyr » 09 Dec 2006, 19:00

Matt wrote:we actually made a gelatin mould of Graham, then filled it with the blood of a homeless man (no one will miss him!), so that the spatter would be as realistic as could be.
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Postby Matt » 09 Dec 2006, 20:46

no, we totally just killed graham.

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Postby Dana » 09 Dec 2006, 21:08

It's a lot easier than that whole mucking about with ballistics gel thing. Not to mention that ballistics gel is hard to come by if you're just a civilian.
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Postby HomerTheBrave » 09 Dec 2006, 21:25

Hi! I'd just like to interject and say that some people don't like infomercials. Me, I've never understood those people, because infomercials are FUN! They provide an easy, fun way for consumers to learn about fun and exciting products, without even leaving their living room!

Yes, that's right, infomercials add so much to our lives. They give us hope when we're feeling down, and help us celebrate the good times with impulse purchases! They give us a reason to stare at the TV all night long!
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Postby JesterJ. » 09 Dec 2006, 22:52

Oh my goodness gosh.
I can't believe I forgot to say this before:
I didn't know Ninja's wore shinguards on their arms!
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Postby DontPanic » 10 Dec 2006, 08:30

TheRocketSiobhan wrote:HAHAHA.

"Damn skippy there jackass."

That made me lol.


I second this statement, and back it with the full support of whatever fuckd up agency I work for.

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