The boy's exploding penis scene is the craziest TV show I've ever watched

The boy’s exploding penis scene is the craziest TV show I’ve ever watched

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this week:

  • Ben Wushu, always great!
  • Penis explosion, always a surprise!
  • Kate Bush ran that hill, and she’s always athletic!
  • Anthony Hopkins loves NFTs, which is always baffling!
  • Video stores, always nostalgia!

I can’t believe this scene is real

Every now and then, I work out a bit children. boys.

A superhero series isn’t usually something I’d be into, but I like being a generalist when it comes to pop culture and sampling what series other demographics belong to (the straights).

Little did I know this chain was apparently made just for me.

This is a series that features sexy superheroes who make fun of the idea of ​​superheroes (but while still hot and superhero) and also a huge penis hunk and a little naked guy climbing up the cocaine mountains.

No, the bot that was supposed to imitate Gay Twitter content didn’t write that. It is a true plot description of the first episode of boys Season 3, which is the craziest thing I’ve seen on TV.

I realize I’m prone to exaggerating and slapping superlatives on modest entertainment for the sake of…fun. But this is the only case that is true. This is actually the craziest thing I’ve seen on TV. And just months ago, Tommy Lee’s penis came back to life and started talking to him.

Here, I will write a very simple description of what happens in the premiere of boys season 3.

Termites are a superhero whose strength is very similar to Ant-Man in the Marvel universe, meaning they shrink down to insect size when strategic. During a drug-fueled celebration, his partner says what are the familiar words of a sexual encounter: “I want you inside of me.” Termites make a streak of cocaine while their partner pulls on their pants and jumps onto the table.

It shrinks down to so small that it has to jump over coke lines. His partner’s relatively massive penis sits at both ends of the table, and the opening at its end resembles a monstrous cave. “No, that’s not where this is headed…” you think, because it goes exactly there.

Termites jump into the hole and climb into the urethra of their partner, looking for the prostate.

As he crosses the tunnel, uh, his partner starts wriggling with pleasure. But then, no, termites sneeze. Back to human size…inside the urethra. His partner explodes in blood and guts.

Out of journalistic curiosity and without any other motive, I’ve watched this screen about 75 times this week. I’ve searched Google for every article on this topic. I learned important things, for example that boys He actually built a giant, usable penis that actor Brett Geddes could climb onto on the scene. It was 11 feet high and 30 feet long, so it seemed to be scale. Credibility is important.

That’s all he says boys It’s clearly the best TV show.

How big is Kate Bush’s hill?

I, like any older generation, loved these past weeks of pretending I’ve always been a huge fan of Kate Bush and I definitely listen to her music all the time and I’m obsessed with long rides and can definitely name the other songs she sang besides that one in Weird things.

Our generation is finally having its moment! I laugh at you, younger kids of Generation Z and the guys who are only discovering something so sad now. I’m making fun!

The news that “Running Up That Hill” has reached #1 on iTunes thanks to its #1 spot in Weird things It was really fun. Regardless of Snark, I love this one for Kate Bush. I ran up that hill, girls!

This piece was also made for Rich Jozuyak in Jezebel Everything is more interesting. In “Going #1 on iTunes Isn’t the Huge Achievement It Seems Like”, he explains using Data why, well, going #1 on iTunes isn’t as big of a feat as it seems. It’s really an interesting glimpse into what the music business has turned into and how smooth and brutal the spin has become. I recommend reading it!

Anthony Hopkins in the NFTs now

I like to imagine a world where Anthony Hopkins – Whoops, Mr Anthony Hopkins, the leader of the British Empire who was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II, sent this tweet (actually a tweet) with his thumbs up.

“I am amazed at all the great NFT artists,” he wrote. “Jumping in to get my first piece, any recommendations?” He then tagged the unholy trinity of Snoop Dogg, Jimmy Fallon, and Reese Witherspoon, notorious terrorists who inexplicably pimped NFT any chance they got. All this accompanied by a picture of his character in Westworldsurrounded by a faceless, skinless Android waiting to be reincarnated – as a metaphor on the nose for a celebrity promoting the NFT scam to fans as much as possible.

I don’t like the fact that some members of Hopkins’ team have accepted some kind of deal to promote NFTs, the most stupid thing that has become a capitalist phenomenon in a very long time. Probably the worst celebrity brand ever. “We want to prove how amazing NFTs are, kids, so here’s Sir Anthony Hopkins telling you all about it.”

Having said that, I would pay more than I would for an NFT to hear that Hopkins had stopped in the street, surprised, and asked to explain what an NFT actually was. I feel like this bullshit has been ages and I really, really still don’t know.

I love this video so much

My 10-Year-Old Ass Goes To Blockbuster Video Every Friday For Hire The Big Green For the thirteenth time, and I hate to say it, forcing my poor father to agree to the possession Sisters of the Travel Pants When I was in high school because I kept telling him I was going to take it back and I never did, the late fee was over and the purchase price probably cried while watching This is a montage of scenes in video stores from the movies.

was supercut Made by Don McHale And that’s really good!

What you will watch this week:

The people are like the people: It is the month of pride. You are forced to. (now on Peacock)

for all mankind: Guys, this show is really good. Get it. (Friday on Apple TV+)

Evil: The most unusual show on TV. (Sunday on Paramount+)

What to skip this week:

Jurassic World: Dominion: My apologies to Laura Dern. (Friday in theaters)

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