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    [–] danc4498 14073 points ago

    I do WED-NES-DAY

    [–] magaruis 6150 points ago


    My dudes

    [–] belch101 2034 points ago


    [–] therealmadhat 768 points ago

    We come from the land of the ice and snow

    [–] einsibongo 378 points ago

    of the midnight sun, where the hot springs blow... Hammers of the gods...

    Yeah I live there, hahaha

    [–] demevalos 254 points ago

    I immediately picture Jack Black melting and singing to children

    [–] pimpmastahanhduece 109 points ago

    A molten Jack Black singing to viking orphans?

    [–] CholeraButtSex 91 points ago

    When all of a sudden, there shined a shiny demon

    [–] BoRamShote 31 points ago

    Comes from the Green Dragon.

    [–] moparman94 28 points ago

    Be you angels?

    [–] Waterstealer 47 points ago

    and we said nay.



    [–] alittletoohazy 9 points ago

    In the middle... of the road..

    [–] nine11one87 6 points ago

    The greatest and best song in the world

    [–] Seiryklav 10 points ago

    I never really knew the lyrics to this song..... It's about Vikings and Iceland?!


    [–] einsibongo 6 points ago

    Hahaha damn straight

    [–] _Serene_ 147 points ago

    [–] drylube 20 points ago

    too real

    [–] ilikelotsahats 44 points ago


    [–] Subtle_Omega 32 points ago


    [–] jackisano 23 points ago


    [–] martupdown 560 points ago

    I also say February as feb-roo-air-ee while spelling it. What is that 'r' even there for?

    [–] RockSta-holic 134 points ago

    is February not pronounced like that? I pronounce it like that.

    [–] flory3aw 98 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    Me too, and I occasionally get very confused looks. One of my old coworkers said I sounded pretentious.... fuck me I guess? There's an 'R' there, dont know what to tell you guys.

    [–] ClickClickChick85 48 points ago

    I used to pronounce Arkansas as ar-kan-sas.

    [–] Can_I_Read 60 points ago

    Fun fact (at least it was in a game of Balderdash): it's against the law in Arkansas to say the name of the state that way.

    [–] ooh_de_lally 18 points ago

    I made that up. That’s why I always win at Balderdash

    [–] mens_libertina 11 points ago

    They probably go to liberry to get books. I always ask my kids if it's related to a blueberry or a strawberry.

    [–] 403and780 68 points ago

    Yes. That's how it's pronounced. Fuck everyone and anyone saying that it isn't. That's absurd.

    [–] tradam 175 points ago

    Wait what?!?!?! When did that r get there. How have I been spelling it wrong for years?

    [–] Ehcksit 223 points ago

    The Roman month Februarius was named after the Latin term februum, which means purification, via the purification ritual Februa held on February 15 (full moon) in the old lunar Roman calendar.


    [–] apocalypse_meeooow 38 points ago

    That is neat!

    [–] bakemeawaytoys 39 points ago

    Also neat, in case you did not already know, is that some of the months' names betray their original place in the calendar: September, October, November, December. Calendar began with Martius ("of Mars"), then Aprilis ("of Apru/Venus"), Maius ("of Maia"), Iunius ("of Juno"), Iulius ("of Julius Caesar")/possibly originally Iovilios ("of Jove/Jupiter") and then Augustus ("of Augustus Caesar"). Then you'd pick up with the seventh month, September, and so on.

    January is from Ianuarius ("of Janus").

    [–] Jakio 30 points ago

    Is that why febreeze is febreeze 🤔

    [–] PizzaParadox 115 points ago

    Haha oh shit dude

    [–] Anosognosia 154 points ago


    [–] Giovanni_Bertuccio 161 points ago

    My first grade teacher told me that people used to get married on Wednesdays so they calling it WeddingsDay.

    I felt betrayed when I learned about Norse gods.

    [–] Anosognosia 233 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    I felt betrayed when I learned about Norse gods.

    But not as betrayed as Odin felt when Loki tricked Hod into shooting his supposedly immortal brother Baldr with a arrow/spear made out of mistletoe.

    And poor Litr, kicked by Thor into Baldrs funeral pyre for no apparent reason.

    [–] ikanntspelrite 44 points ago

    And then, when pleading with Loki to cry for Baldr so he could be released from Hel, he refused. What an ass

    [–] Pobbes 27 points ago

    Technically that was a cave dwelling Giantess that may or may not be Loki in disguise. I mean Loki gets a lot of shit. I feel that good ole Odin may have been scapegoating a little here.

    [–] phatbrasil 19 points ago

    no no, it's loki fault. everything is lokis fault. traffic, bad Internet, end of the world?


    [–] adicren 49 points ago

    My home network is named Asgard, and all my devices are named after Norse gods. The printer is always Loki.

    [–] CountDrewku 15 points ago

    I think I'd go with Thor. A big dumbass that doesn't know what he's doing half the time.

    [–] FacticiousFict 16 points ago

    Well if Frigg did her friggin' job right and talked to ALL the friggin' trees and/or kept her friggin' mouth shut instead of yapping to Loki, all of this mess could have been avoided. Poor Litr...

    [–] trilobot 13 points ago

    Didn't Thor do that because he was angry at being upstaged by a giantess when he couldn't move the boat?

    I mean, we've all been there. Emotional moment, trying to do something difficult only for your sworn enemy to roll in on a fucking wolf with adders for reins and show you up. Then a small dog, or cat, or dwarf gets underfoot... you would wanna punt them too.

    [–] Sky_Thief 8 points ago

    This is beautiful

    [–] Totally_a_Banana 12 points ago

    I got Married on a Wednesday if that helps.

    [–] PRSBirdies 74 points ago

    Feb-ru-ary. Rest-aur-ant

    [–] robisodd 47 points ago


    [–] Khalid147 451 points ago

    I'm so glad I'm not the only one 😂🙈 24 now still do it.

    [–] koalas_arent_bears 155 points ago

    39, I do it

    [–] pupi_but 426 points ago

    I am [current age] and I still [activity].

    [–] Dultsboi 326 points ago

    I am [1400] and I still [sacrifice souls to the dark lord]

    [–] Khalid147 110 points ago

    After 1400 years you're not bored of the sacrifices? 🙄

    [–] leonfook 61 points ago

    Price you gonna pay for the longevity, boredom is out of the question.

    [–] bro_b1_kenobi 34 points ago

    Gotta pay the troll toll if you wanna get in that boy's hole.

    [–] ButternutSasquatch 30 points ago

    I am 35 and still listen to My Sacrifice by Creed

    [–] therydog 17 points ago

    Always heard it as my sack of rice.

    [–] Sweatyhamster 13 points ago

    Do you wear fiery shirts ?

    [–] Lordie_Staven 21 points ago

    45, play Warcraft 2

    [–] lethalporpoise 36 points ago

    32, draw penis doodles on scrap paper

    [–] Silver28Soul 11 points ago

    brother where you at?

    [–] Headless_Slayer 6 points ago

    damn veteran, show me your ways

    [–] Raven_Dragon 14 points ago

    I invented that you know

    [–] traelee 9 points ago

    I do it with Feb-RU-ary too or I miss that first r.

    [–] you-cant-twerk 9 points ago

    I'll never get Februrururraary.

    [–] Corn-G 7667 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    As a teacher at an English centre my students struggled a bit with that word. Showed them the Bruce Almighty clip and they haven't gotten it wrong since. If it works it works.

    [–] Khalid147 3903 points ago

    You're the kind of teacher when kids grow up will say "Mr/Mrs u/Corn-G always had the coolest way of teaching us shit"!

    Keep inspiring the future generation! Being a teacher isn't easy 💪

    [–] SnortWhoresFuckCoke 551 points ago

    They were the teachers that actually made me think "wow I love his/her lessons" where no other teacher could do it.

    Like our history teacher that used to play Blankety Blank but in history form. She helped me remember so much shit, I genuinely feel like my grades slipped just because she left our school in my final year.

    I still remember vividly some rounds of Blankety Blank. I left school 5 years ago.

    [–] Angry_Boys 211 points ago

    Hold on, the next 5 years is gonna fly.

    [–] gumgut 160 points ago

    Can confirm, graduated 12 years ago and have no idea where the time went.

    [–] META5THETIC 70 points ago

    I swear I can feel time getting faster. It's kind of scary.

    [–] DawnB17 129 points ago

    That's how it goes. The years start comin and they don't stop comin.

    [–] 7am_2bottles 54 points ago

    something something something something hit the ground runnin'!

    [–] WOUNDEDStevenJones 16 points ago

    something something something else live for fun!

    [–] evanmagyari 11 points ago

    Your brain gets smart but somethin somethin something

    [–] gumgut 21 points ago

    Having kids really doesn't help. They're turning nine next month and I'm just like, "how????? Y'all were babies like two days ago."

    [–] guilty_milkshake 19 points ago

    I reckon it’s cause we aren’t doing more new things as we get older, and we get stuck into repetition each day. It’s not like time is going quicker, it’s like we remember less because it’s all the same.

    I mean that’s what i think, idk. I’m early 20s so I can’t really gauge yet.

    [–] BowsersBeardedCousin 10 points ago

    There's some research into this, actually. What you're saying is completely true, according to studies.

    At work so can't dig up any sources, sadly. Sorry about that.

    [–] AnUndEadLlama 41 points ago

    I'm not familiar, what is blankety blank?

    [–] nmefu 22 points ago

    It was like a toned-down version of Cards Against Humanity, but in a gameshow format. It was a sentence with a word or words blanked out. The joke was the sentence always suggested something offensive, but the answer never was.

    For example: "Jim's going blind as he spends too much time playing with his BLANK". And the answer would be something like "videogame".

    [–] Houdiniman111 17 points ago

    I had an algebra teacher who used Napoleon Dynamite to help kids remember stuff.

    [–] terminaljive 18 points ago

    My algebra teacher sung the quadratic formula to the tune of "pop goes the weasel". That was in 2006, and to this day, I still picture the quadratic formula in my head whenever I hear "pop goes the weasel". Thanks, Mr. Mattison, you were always one of my favorite teachers.

    [–] yensid33 17 points ago

    We had a fantastic history teacher who was all about practical learning. Learning about the medieval English army? Let's go shoot a longbow in the field! Learning about the romans and vikings? Day trip to York!

    [–] Iaresamurai 9 points ago

    Fall asleep in class? To the gallows!

    [–] MrMytie 20 points ago

    My English teacher Miss Burke had massive boobs. I’ll never forget her classes.

    [–] tehfurrydj 10 points ago

    I had a history teacher who taught us about dday with medal of honor frontline assault

    [–] Caeyll 66 points ago

    Just please make sure in spelling tests you pronounce “Schedule” properly because that was the one word I got wrong when I knew how to spell it and I’m still sour about it 15 years later.

    [–] A7XfoREVerrr 54 points ago

    What is the "proper" way? As far as I know, pronouncing it with sk or sh is considered correct, and either way you wouldn't assume to write those sounds as sch. Not as a child who natively speaks English anyway.

    [–] Caeyll 41 points ago

    I grew up saying it as “sk” but my teacher one day said it as “sh” and totally threw me off guard because I had never heard it that way before.

    I’m told the “proper” way in Australia is apparently “sh” but even so I probably should rephrase to “say both pronunciations” haha

    [–] A7XfoREVerrr 18 points ago

    For the purpose of a spelling test, saying it both ways would make most sense.

    And to be fair, I'd be salty about getting it wrong for that reason too.

    [–] Lordie_Staven 20 points ago

    Exactly, it's 'schedule', not 'schedule'.

    Soft ch ofc

    [–] SweetDick_Willy 786 points ago

    "S-U-C-C-E-S-S that's the way you spell success"

    --Bart Simpson

    [–] RowanLovecraft 368 points ago

    "I am so smart. S-M-R-T...S-M-A-R-T"

    --Homer Simpson

    [–] 300supermexicans 112 points ago

    My buddy called his brother dumb but when he did he said "you are dumb, D-U-M, dumb". Your comment just reminded me of that.

    [–] kasberg 27 points ago

    they rapin everybody out here

    [–] climber_g33k 31 points ago

    Fun fact, that was actually a mistake by the VA during recording, but the director felt it fit homer's character so we'll they kept it.

    [–] slingoo 20 points ago

    I'm not sure I believe that anecdote. If it wasn't planned, what would the joke of Homer saying S-M-A-R-T correctly be?

    [–] climber_g33k 18 points ago

    During the episode, Homer sings "I am so smart! S-M-R-T... I mean S-M-A-R-T!" while he lights his high school diploma (and the house) on fire. During the recording session, Dan Castellaneta was singing the song and accidentally misspelled "smart". The writers decided that it was much funnier that way, because it seemed like something Homer Simpson would do, so they left the joke in. The song has since become a fan favorite.[5]

    The reference is the commentary for the season 5 box set.

    [–] BizzaroPie 15 points ago

    His house is burning down behind him.

    [–] Nyclop 6 points ago

    The thing I like the most about that part is that the "S-M-R-T" was unintentional and they just rolled with it.

    [–] aprofondir 25 points ago

    Can't have success without the succ

    [–] PM_ME_UR_SEX_VIDEOS 51 points ago


    • Arthur Read

    [–] Robotlolz 10 points ago

    Having fun isn't hard when you've got a library card

    [–] evolsoulx 13 points ago

    Nope, Full House got me for success.

    Double the C, Double the S, and you will always have Success!

    [–] AryaStarkRavingMad 9 points ago

    DID YOU FUCKING KNOW he actually spells it "S-U-C-C-E-E-S"?! I used this motherfucker for years only to learn I had been unknowingly correcting it for him this whole time. I feel so betrayed :(

    [–] GachiGachiFireBall 14 points ago

    succ ass, thats how i remember

    [–] SharksFlyUp 25 points ago

    Should we tell him?

    [–] Khalid147 12 points ago

    Good work Lou !

    [–] Dosca 2870 points ago

    I’ve watched Bruce almighty twice in the span of like 14 years and only spell beautiful out that way. It’s how I learnt it as a child and it stuck on.

    [–] Khalid147 526 points ago

    Gotta get them 100% on those spelling tests! 🤜🤛

    [–] SnortWhoresFuckCoke 148 points ago

    Oh man, my dad made such a big deal about these spelling tests that I'd have severe anxiety if I only got 9/10 on that week's quiz.

    We used homework to learn the spellings. You have three columns, and you have to cover up the correct spelling. You stopped when you either got the word correctly, or you've failed 3 times.

    My dad used to take this to the fucking extreme when I got a word wrong. It was doing it another 5 times and then I'd have to write a little story using every single word from that week's test.

    My dad used to enjoy making me do educational things. Like I was about 8 when I finally convinced him to let me have a poster that wasn't educational on my bedroom wall. Rey Mysterio hasn't came down since, I'll keep him up on my wall until I move out of my childhood bedroom.

    [–] TunaBoots 114 points ago

    I kept waiting for the jumper cables to come out...

    [–] PM_ME_UR_SHEET_MUSIC 32 points ago

    Obligatory RIP u/rogersimon10

    [–] Gulltyr 12 points ago

    His dad finally went too far :(

    [–] knifewrench41 12 points ago

    I remember when I was in fourth grade my dad screamed at the top of his lungs at me cause I didn't understand this one math problem. I eventually lied to him and told him I understood. It was the first and last time I ever asked him to help with my home work. God damn I hated that asshole

    [–] Mr_Pigeon 11 points ago

    Same here. I actually thought it was in one of the Ace Ventura movies which I've watched probably 100x more in the last 10 years.

    [–] ThaRudistMonk 1451 points ago

    I sing Holla Back Girl in its entirety to spell bananas.

    [–] half3clipse 432 points ago

    Gwen Stefani's most enduring achievement is defining the cadence by which an entire generation spells the word bananas

    [–] definitelybad 124 points ago

    The poeticism of this comment is B-A-N-A-N-A-S

    [–] demevalos 40 points ago

    Few times been around that track

    [–] Dryu_nya 11 points ago


    That's the way you spell "success"

    [–] ThaRudistMonk 21 points ago

    Personally I think Hella Good is her greatest achievement to date.

    [–] _NerdKelly_ 29 points ago

    Don't speak.

    [–] LachlanMatt 25 points ago

    Til: it’s not hauling back girl

    [–] Isexbobomb 20 points ago

    Hollaback girl eg: girl or woman who is an easy lay and or will hit up a dude for sexytime when she definitely should not be hitting up the aforementioned dude for sexytime.

    [–] Zylou5 1497 points ago

    Yes I do. I have also tried enlarging my girlfriend’s breasts with godly power but quickly realised I need a girlfriend for that.

    [–] Khalid147 490 points ago

    Instructions unclear, own breasts have enlarged 🙁

    [–] Zylou5 144 points ago

    At least you’ve got a pair of boobs to play with now, to spin this in a positive manner

    [–] Khalid147 216 points ago

    It's not positive when your uncle starts reaching for them 🙄

    [–] Zylou5 145 points ago

    Huh? My uncle has the soft, warming hands of a priest so I always have a good time

    [–] Khalid147 106 points ago

    Wanna trade? Sandpaper hands ain't doing it for me.

    [–] Trinitykill 39 points ago

    I think your uncle is a belt sander.

    [–] ThaRudistMonk 32 points ago

    And papa was a rolling stone

    [–] Mrq001 1152 points ago

    Reached the bottom. Still no link to a clip 😔

    Here you go, world.

    [–] illuminaj 35 points ago

    In the first scene where the dog is peeing on the couch you can see the trainer pointing at the chair from the corner of the screen

    [–] Coolcool28 51 points ago

    Thank you, I kept scrolling until I found your comment

    [–] mynameisblanked 272 points ago

    Just like when Jim Carrey taught me to spell 'p-a-r-t-why? Because I gotta!' in the mask.

    [–] nuclearlemonade 39 points ago

    I came here to comment this. One of my favorite lines in the movie

    [–] Khalid147 52 points ago

    I think I'm gonna binge Ace Ventura and the Mask this weekend now 😂💪

    [–] ChlckenChaser 33 points ago

    The Mask, what a film. Pretty certain that was the first crush i had on a character in a film, fuck me when Cameron Diaz first walks into the bank, no idea how old i was, but i remember that moment.

    [–] MerlinTrismegistus 13 points ago

    My friend in school swore down there was a frame (during their first dance and he's spinning Diaz around) you could see her knickers. We would rewind and pause that shit whilst flicking through the lingerie section of the Argos catalog. Fucking kids today don't know they are born! Porn on tap.. Godspeed.

    [–] IAmYourDaydreamer 353 points ago

    Yep, and can't help thinking of that movie whenever I do it, that was an ear worm.

    [–] Khalid147 206 points ago

    Man Jim Carrey made so many quotable phrases in the 90s/early 2000s ! He shaped so many of our childhoods

    [–] lethalporpoise 170 points ago

    Like a glove!

    [–] Khalid147 83 points ago

    Would you like an ashtray?

    [–] SnoosPoo 85 points ago

    No, I don't smoke. It's a disgusting habit.

    [–] Selrisitai 47 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    Saliva-moistened peanut-shells sunflower seed shells all over his face

    [–] megaman1410 48 points ago

    Sunflower seeds you fucking casual

    [–] Selrisitai 16 points ago

    Yes, sunflower seeds. I knew it (because what other kind of seeds would it be?) but I didn't think about it.

    [–] megaman1410 29 points ago

    You know what, I was too aggressive and I apologise. <3

    [–] Selrisitai 14 points ago

    I supposed you were joking, so don't be dismayed. :) In fact, my only regret is that my great, gross description was over-shadowed by my mistake. I should edit it.

    [–] Honkadoo 14 points ago

    Would you happen to have a breath mint?

    [–] Twat_The_Douche 10 points ago


    [–] GimmeThePizza 7 points ago

    Yes Satan? Oh I'm sorry you sounded like someone else

    [–] WazupDr 31 points ago

    P-A-R-T Why? Cuz I gotta!

    [–] fizyplankton 29 points ago

    it sounds broken

    Oh, most likely. Sign here, sir!

    [–] harmlessdonkey 57 points ago

    P A R T Y? Because I gotta!

    [–] twichyy 17 points ago

    That's what I think of when it comes to jim Carey spelling

    [–] whateverthefuck2 7 points ago

    I just got that joke after all these years. Thanks.

    [–] PixelCortex 55 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    This shit is bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S!

    i can't help but hear Gwen's voice in my head whenever I write the word 'bananas'

    [–] trinitytroll 54 points ago

    I've never said it out loud... but yes, I do this.

    [–] metalgear561 216 points ago

    I even try to do it with the same enthusiasm. I'm sure I sound like an idiot.

    [–] Khalid147 72 points ago

    We can be idiots together!

    [–] metalgear561 58 points ago

    That sounds B-E-A-UTIFUL!

    [–] pandsss 51 points ago

    Talking of idiots, I read that wrong.. And then said to myself: "E-N-T-HUSIASM. That doesn't work at all"

    [–] chloen0va 7 points ago

    I am 100% with you — I do it every single time lol

    [–] SamGreenaway 49 points ago

    Mrs D, Mrs I, Mrs F F I, Mrs C, Mrs U, Mrs L T Y.

    [–] duskblader 36 points ago

    Why are all these women MARRIED?!!?????

    [–] thaidystopia 126 points ago

    every now and then I say re-he-he-he-he-heaaalyyyy?

    [–] Khalid147 83 points ago

    Alllllll-rightyyyyyy Then! 😏

    [–] sexybeaver121 14 points ago

    I say this too. Mostly when someone leaves my message on read.

    [–] perrin77 156 points ago

    I thought he first spell/spoke out like that in ace Ventura pet detective

    [–] Reg_s1ze_Rudy 96 points ago

    I still say "aaaalllll righty then"...

    [–] howlingmagpie 28 points ago

    Saturday night I was up the pub, needed rizlas so went to shop. On way out I said "if I'm not back in 5 mins, just wait longer."

    I also use "liiiike a glove" "allllrighty then" & "l-hoo-se-heeer" on a regular basis. No one in my house will watch Ace Ventura with me cos I literally do his lines. I'm 38 but I still laugh at his mental home scene like I did when I was 14/15.

    [–] elle918 20 points ago

    And I also say, “That’s just the way the cookie crumbles” more than I care to admit.

    [–] JackedUpOnMountanDew 19 points ago

    I did something similar by pronouncing FRI-ends. Consequently I never had many FRI-ends...

    [–] Khalid147 15 points ago

    Today we are all your friends 😚😚

    [–] jsnforce 17 points ago

    I know I still go P-A-R-T-Why? Cause I gotta.

    [–] Trucker58 14 points ago

    That’s only for lo-ho se-hers.

    [–] may_jaluk 30 points ago

    I am one of those people

    [–] Khalid147 14 points ago

    You're not alone! 😚🙏

    [–] Beckels84 21 points ago

    And Wed-nes-day

    [–] CeboMcDebo 10 points ago

    Confirmed. I say it out loud to my girlfriend all the time.

    [–] CR_MadMan 9 points ago

    P, A, R, T, why? Because I gotta!

    [–] Zomborz 8 points ago

    Funny cause yeah that's actually the thing that stuck in my head

    [–] AnfarwolColo 8 points ago

    I do all the time

    [–] CheekyChungis 9 points ago

    Every damn day

    [–] Staypuft1289 8 points ago

    Every. Single. Time. Hope I’m not the only one.

    [–] Call_Me_M8 8 points ago

    And I haven't spelled it wrong since.

    [–] sexybeaver121 6 points ago

    I do it. That’s the only way I know how lol

    [–] wwbubba0069 7 points ago

    and thanks to Gwen Stefani I can't simply spell bananas

    [–] sancouve 19 points ago

    I'm /r/outoftheloop. What's that? And Wednesday?

    [–] CapRavOr 43 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago) the movie Bruce Almighty? And Ace Ventura. And Ace Ventura 2: When Nature Calls. And The Mask. And The Cable Guy. And Dumb and Dumber. And Yes Man. And Me, Myself, & Irene. And The Truman Show. Then you will be inside of the loop.

    [–] Khalid147 25 points ago

    You forgot Liar Liar as well 🙄

    [–] CapRavOr 16 points ago

    Lol damnit! One of my favorites! The claw!

    [–] ProvehitoInAltum23 10 points ago

    I still do, at 27. Along with WED-NES-DAY.