So recently I've been watch a lot of Bad Girls Club as it just returned, it's kind of been a guilty pleasure show. As many know I like the female villain characters so I was thinking; what if I just put 'em all in a house together BGC style. For those of you who don't know, BGC is a show where they put 7 women ages 21 to 28 in a house together in hopes that the women can 'redeem each other'. But they usually just end up beating each other up lol. While some of the characters I chose are younger than 21 or older than 28, I decided to go with it anyhow. I have more than 7 favorite characters so...
I'm writing this article because this has been in my mind for so long that I need to bring this up sooner or later. Whenever people stated Shou Tucker as a worst father ever, I immediately thought of this guy. Meet Doctor Mar Londo, the father of Brin Londo, who is commonly known as Timber Wolf. Dr. Londo is from the comic book series called "Legion of Super-Heroes". I'm going to analyze his actions in the cartoon adaption and then I'll give my reason why he's worse than Shou Tucker, in my opinion at least.
[i]This is an old draft I've had sitting here for about three years. Cleaned it up sorta, but it's still not at par with my current work. I wanted to keep most of the source material as close to what I wrote three years ago barring some grammatical/diction fluency errors, mostly for a little look into how much I've changed. I just couldn't bear letting it sit in here anymore. I'm not super into fanfiction, fanpop, or even kpop anymore for that matter, but I knew I had to put this out there in some form or fashion. Let me know if you want me to write anything chapter, or do something else with...
Hello fellow Fanpoppers, it's Deathding again! And today, I wanted to try something different. To get to know you guys, and maybe find some cool stuff out about each other.
Basically, this article will be a list of questions, and I'd like you folks (if you want, obviously) to answer as many as you want in the comments below. Whether it be none, five, or even all of them, anything really goes.
You can be just as personal as you want with these, so if you don't feel comfortable about one of the questions, then just skip it.
Jon: What sorrow, I feel for these characters.. Red haired lady.. Old ladies.. Currently DROWNING human.. And 101 don-..
One hundred and what!?.. One hundred and what now!?…. (camera zooms in on the dog) BONGO!? IS THAT YOU!?
#2: ARE YOU AFRIED OF THE DARK:
Man in movie: (two the little kids he locked in his house) Just answer this riddle. Than I'll let you go free.
Jon:TWO KIDS ARE GONNA DIE TONIGHT!!
Beauty and talent don't always go hand and hand, but Natalie Wood was a perfect example of both. When I last made my list of "Most Beautiful Women That Ever Lived" I put Natalie at like number six or something...Boy, was I stupid! I've been watching some of her movies lately and I couldn't get over what a knock-out she was. She is definitely number one! She had such beautiful dark hair, big doe eyes, pretty lips, an adorable nose, a heavenly complexion, and a perfect body. I've been having her in my dreams lately...I've got a huge crush on her! The other night, I was dreaming about her and I...
Critic: So our story begins when they spot two children who, you guessed it, stopped caring.
Friend Bear: Hi. I'm Friend Bear, and this is Secret Bear. We're Care Bears. (both stand up and pose)
Jason: (in disgusted tone) What do you want?
Friend Bear: Only to be your friends.
NC (vo): Actually, I always wondered what counted as quote/unquote "Caring." I mean, if I'm ordering a pizza with a friend, is it like...
[Cuts to skit with two NCs talking to each other]
Elizabeth: I have absolutely no intention of marrying Everard. I'm sorry to upset your plans, but...
Elizabeth's Father: Plans did you say? My one and only plan, dear girl, is to see you as happy as possible, and I would never dream of forcing you to do something you don't want to.
Critic:(as Elizabeth's father) Unless it was the beginning of the movie in which case I said you had no choice.
Critic: (as a scene of Elizabeth and her father hugging plays) Seriously, what did she do different? She made the same argument she did before. In fact, it's actually...