Mala laka ya ya keee YAA!!


Truly Fantastic. I can't wait for this movie. Wes Anderson is my favourite director by a long shot, directing many films we all know and love, such as Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, The Royal Tenenbaums, and The Darjeeling Limited. Now he is adapting Roald Dahl's age old classic Fantastic Mr. Fox in his first full length stop motion animation film. I'm super excited. Also check out this clip from the film, my very favourite.

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Anonymous said...

"I don't have a bandit hat but I modified this tube sock"

susie said...

I would have his children.

Anonymous said...

Matt Gleeson said...

Thank you anonymous. Until now I think me William and Nick didn't realise we were white, or that we belonged to a subculture. You have opened our eyes.

If I learned one thing from that link you sent us its to never, from here on in, admit to liking anything. Thanks to the link I now know you have to be cynical towards something or not say anything at all, that way you are not committed to anything and your 'originality' and 'authenticity' as a meaningful person is kept intact and at an optimum level. That's fucking genius that is.

So Nick & William here is the plan from now on: Hate on everything. Either that or be really ambiguous when your blogging about something that you like, that way you can claim you were being sarcastic if the situation calls for it. I'm pretty sure this will make us better people/more enlightened/more desirable.

If you guys aren't to sure about how to do it Carles at does it pretty well.

Anonymous said...

I dont think you could be any more desirable, MG.

gfmt said...

did you write that yourself mg?

Matt Gleeson said...


Evelyn said...

hahaha guys, chill. total piss take.
plus, stuff white people like was kind of an exhausted meme in 2008. And now it's almost 2010...

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