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BongoBob
12-12-2003, 10:13 PM
My mom won't let me go to the midnight premeire of LotR:RotK, because she said that she has read to clifnotes version of it and she said that it is too violent for me. WTF! This is sooooo ghei.

(no offence to anyone)

:mad:

ZBomber
12-12-2003, 10:17 PM
Ghei? Isn't that a name? :confused:


:p

That sucks man. Did she let you see Matrix (any of them?) If so, RoTK will probably be less violent than that. ;)

(If not, don't yell at me, I don't like LotR :p)

Phizzle
12-12-2003, 10:24 PM
Ghei? what?

If you mean gay, are you calling your mom a homosexual!?! :O

Sam Fisher
12-12-2003, 10:26 PM
No he means ghey ;)

That sucks. but I'll be going to the 8:45 a.m. showing on the 17th.

Phizzle
12-12-2003, 10:27 PM
Then wtf is ghey?

Sam Fisher
12-12-2003, 10:31 PM
Originally posted by Phizzle
Then wtf is ghey?

I think its just another way to 'say' gay. :confused:

How should I know:\

Bob Gnarly
12-12-2003, 10:32 PM
All of you, quite.

Yes that does suck, you wont get to see a modern play. Please make sure she understands the LotR is Titanic for teens, and that they spent 300 million dollers on the triolagy and if you dont do your part to help out...then they might as well have spent that money on children of a 3rd world country.

BongoBob
12-12-2003, 10:32 PM
Nothing Phizzle. Just forget about it. Anyhow, no Z, I had to watch it on TBS. I havn't seen the second or third one yet. And as I said, I meant no offence to anyone. And I am not calling my mom that, I am calling the fact that.

Lightsaberboy
12-12-2003, 10:46 PM
there are cliffnotes for LOTR?
WHOOAA!!!

Phizzle
12-12-2003, 10:49 PM
ok.....but how can not seeing LOTR be gay? That doesn't make sense.

ZBomber
12-12-2003, 10:55 PM
Originally posted by Phizzle
ok.....but how can not seeing LOTR be gay? That doesn't make sense.

Just forget it. He didn't mean nay offence by it, and today its another word for "Stupid"

Tough luck. If worst comes to worst, sneak to the movie thearte when shes asleep. :D

Acrylic
12-12-2003, 10:57 PM
Originally posted by Phizzle
ok.....but how can not seeing LOTR be gay? That doesn't make sense.


JEEEEEEESUS CHRIST!!!!!

HE MEANS IT IN A TERM THAT ITS STUPID!!!!! OH MY GOD! HOW MUCH COMMON SENSE CAN A PERSON NOT HAVE!!!????? GOD! </caps>

Joetheeskimo
12-12-2003, 11:17 PM
Lay off, Acrylic. Three people have said "forget it" now.

Although I agree :eek: :eek:


That really, really sucks Bongo. If my mom said that, I would proibably feel suicidal.

Jedi Luke
12-12-2003, 11:46 PM
Holy Crap that sucks Bob!!!! Lord of the Rings is one of the very rare and excellent trilogies that we are fortunate to view but you can't see it. Damn, sorry to hear it man. Just go with some of your friends to see Rotk and tell your mum you're going to see some kid movie.

PrimoSidone
12-13-2003, 12:24 AM
movies starting from 1am are cool, but i dont understand why your not allowed... too violent.... lol.. no way

BongoBob
12-13-2003, 01:28 AM
Thank you Acrylic, very good.
I am glad to hear that at least some people out there agree with me. I am gonna have to "go over to my friends house" soon.

:naughty:

the_raven_0_3
12-13-2003, 01:35 AM
It does suck that you don't get to see it becuase of its violence. I am looking forward to seeing it on the 17th at 7 pm.

Tyrion
12-13-2003, 03:06 AM
Originally posted by Acrylic
JEEEEEEESUS CHRIST!!!!!

HE MEANS IT IN A TERM THAT ITS STUPID!!!!! OH MY GOD! HOW MUCH COMMON SENSE CAN A PERSON NOT HAVE!!!????? GOD! </caps>

Ghei. :D

Anyway, tell you mom that it isnt really that bad, and that you see worse stuff on the news.

ET Warrior
12-13-2003, 03:24 AM
Originally posted by the_raven_0_3
It does suck that you don't get to see it becuase of its violence. I am looking forward to seeing it on the 17th at 7 pm.

I changed my mind, you can't have your ticket. Ha!

ghei is a funny spelling. Though i'm curious, if you were so worried about offending, why didn't you say "This is so extremely dumb" or somesuch? Certainly would have saved you a lot of effort.

DarkLord60
12-13-2003, 04:35 AM
Sorry to hear bud. That sucks that you got to see the others but not that one. Well you will see it someday your not a kid forever unless your parents have you chained up in a room for life.

Darth Eggplant
12-13-2003, 05:10 AM
http://www.wsmcafe.com/new_users/0/2/02261336u2t/image1index.jpg

it's not the same as seeing LOTR ROTK
but I hope it brings a smile to your face.;)

RoguePhotonic
12-13-2003, 06:31 AM
Maybe it's time to break your chains and fight back...tell her to **** off and go...it may seem harsh but it's a harsh world....freedom has never been achieved through peaceful negotiation...though maybe it could work for you...I prefer choice 1 but do what ya please.

ET Warrior
12-13-2003, 06:40 AM
I say that's a bit harsh, they are his PARENTS after all. And I personally don't respect people who have no respect for their parents.

Try to talk to your mother about it. Reason it out. Point out that you AREN'T insane and seeing violence will not cause you to become so. Especially if you've seen TTT, because while RotK will have MORE violence, it will be the same kind of violence.

IG-64
12-13-2003, 06:41 AM
violent? They're just orcs, mindless drones, they might as well be droids. LotR is great for literatral value. Not to mention a tolkien spent 15 years of his life writing it and peter jackson spent 5 years putting it to film and 2 guys lost their fingerprints because the spent years just putting chain mail together 12 hours a day.
Has your mom even seen LotR? If she hasn't then sit her down and make her watch it, maybe she'll let you go if you do.

RoguePhotonic
12-13-2003, 07:48 AM
**** that..their his parents...what's that supposed to mean?...oh thank you...thank you for giving me life...I can't respect that because it was not asked for...but forget that...the real issue is do you think anyone has the right to tell you what you can and can't watch with your own eyes...it's a matter of personal freedom....well I don't and I fought...I fought threw my whole child hood because I had this free mind....I will not lie...it's a hard life...if you have a free mind it's a threat to everything this system stands for....this society has gone worse than just to hell. :(

In the end it's are you man enough to stand up for your rights....if your not don't complain.

IG-64
12-13-2003, 07:56 AM
thank you for that lovely speech rouge, you give such a good impression. Any ways just argue with her and eventually she will give in. Or you could just show her this thread :D..... on second thought you might not want to take my advice:eek:

Rogue15
12-13-2003, 11:15 AM
read the books if you can't watch the movie. ^_^

Darth Groovy
12-13-2003, 12:19 PM
Originally posted by BongoBob
This is sooooo ghei.

(no offence to anyone)

:mad:

http://www.themanipulation.com/dictionary.gif

:|

Alegis
12-13-2003, 12:20 PM
Clifnotes version? Sheez... All these stupid rules etc, when I was in the US a rule there at friends of my mums house was 'no internet when it's dark'.... :\

ZBomber
12-13-2003, 03:11 PM
Originally posted by RoguePhotonic
....freedom has never been achieved through peaceful negotiation...

Ghandi?

DarkLord60
12-13-2003, 04:59 PM
Originally posted by RoguePhotonic
Maybe it's time to break your chains and fight back...tell her to **** off and go...it may seem harsh but it's a harsh world....freedom has never been achieved through peaceful negotiation...though maybe it could work for you...I prefer choice 1 but do what ya please.

Wow he shouldn't do that I mean I did once (try a dozen times I can be a spoiled rotten brat but I try) to my mom and dad and I never got to do want I wanted and I was grounded for a very long long time. Trust me that is not the path to go.

BongoBob
12-13-2003, 05:06 PM
Screw you groovy :D
i knew someone was gonna do that :)
Anyhow, she is going to watch TTT today, but they are probably out of tickets now.

:rolleyes:
(PS:Groovy made me laugh as much as Eggy)

IG-64
12-13-2003, 05:09 PM
No Bongo! You fool! Don't let her watch extended Two Towers! It has lots of added violence! Like a guy that got stabbed by a ram and then hit his head on the door, or the decapitations!

DarkLord60
12-13-2003, 05:12 PM
Originally posted by IG-64
No Bongo! You fool! Don't let her watch extended Two Towers! It has lots of added violence! Like a guy that got stabbed by a ram and then hit his head on the door, or the decapitations!

Really is that a deleted scene!????

IG-64
12-13-2003, 05:13 PM
oh yea, and some other stuff too, like an uruk in the same scene that got his arm sliced off

Kjølen
12-13-2003, 05:19 PM
Yeah I know how it feels to have parents that are overprotective.

Originally posted by Acrylic
[BHE MEANS IT IN A TERM THAT ITS STUPID!!!!! OH MY GOD! HOW MUCH COMMON SENSE CAN A PERSON NOT HAVE!!!????? GOD! </caps> [/B]

Calm yerself boy. Not everyone is familiar with the term. Remember a lot of people on LF dont understand American Troll. :p

Pie™
12-13-2003, 05:40 PM
my worst nightmare(warning: scary sh*t ahead): i walk to the theaters... Its 7:15 pm, on wednesday the 17th. As i walk towards the entrance of the cinema, one of the guys that accepts your tickets approaches me... "Hi" he says. "How old are you?" "I'm 15", i lie... "you dont look 15 to me. Do u have an ID?" "ehm, no, should i?" i stutter. "without an ID you wont get in... bye bye!" he says and laughs evilly!

yeah, in norway it has an 15 year old limit... :(
but i still have tickets... :D

RoguePhotonic
12-13-2003, 06:08 PM
Originally posted by DarkLord60
Wow he shouldn't do that I mean I did once (try a dozen times I can be a spoiled rotten brat but I try) to my mom and dad and I never got to do want I wanted and I was grounded for a very long long time. Trust me that is not the path to go.

Well there is another example...grounded?...is it even legal for them to hold you in their house against your will?...nope it is not...all you have to do is walk out that door....I had my parents try to ground me once and that's just what I did....walked to the door gave em the finger and walked out.

Ghandi?

:confused: huh?

ET Warrior
12-13-2003, 06:17 PM
Originally posted by RoguePhotonic
**** that..their his parents...what's that supposed to mean?...oh thank you...thank you for giving me life...I can't respect that because it was not asked for...but forget that...the real issue is do you think anyone has the right to tell you what you can and can't watch with your own eyes...it's a matter of personal freedom....well I don't and I fought...I fought threw my whole child hood because I had this free mind....I will not lie...it's a hard life...if you have a free mind it's a threat to everything this system stands for....this society has gone worse than just to hell. :(

In the end it's are you man enough to stand up for your rights....if your not don't complain.

How about a house to live in? Food to eat? A chance to go to school and get an education? Guidance in times of troubles?

Perhaps you think you're sounding quite clever or tough with all this talk, but to me all you sound like is the average angry teenager who thinks his whole life was somehow harder than everyone else's and therefore shouldn't have to be an actual productive member of society. Well quite frankly, I don't care what your problems are. I have shown the utmost respect for my parents my whole life and listened to the advice they offered, and today I'm a better man because of it.

IG-64
12-13-2003, 06:19 PM
amen brother!

RoguePhotonic
12-13-2003, 06:39 PM
Originally posted by ET Warrior
How about a house to live in? Food to eat? A chance to go to school and get an education? Guidance in times of troubles?

Perhaps you think you're sounding quite clever or tough with all this talk, but to me all you sound like is the average angry teenager who thinks his whole life was somehow harder than everyone else's and therefore shouldn't have to be an actual productive member of society. Well quite frankly, I don't care what your problems are. I have shown the utmost respect for my parents my whole life and listened to the advice they offered, and today I'm a better man because of it.

**** that...like I said it was not asked for...it's not like you came to the door a homeless child and asked for those things.

I guess if you on the same track as them advice is a good thing but I am beyond just on another track so any advice I am givin doesn't even apply to my life....whatever problems I have are my own...I am simply sickened by the fact that children are slaves....that's right slaves!!!.....but why even go on...your minds are wired to see something other than the truth....

As for becoming a productive member of the society...I am not a member of this society...and I will be fighting against it in the upcoming war.


like I said though if you are not willing to do anything then don't bitch...I look at it as if you pay your own way...get to the movies your own way then you have no problem seeing the movie...if you have to ask to see it because of needing money or whatever then they can say no....

IG-64
12-13-2003, 06:43 PM
well, you don't call yourself rouge for nothing, this may sound gay but they give you those things because they love you

RoguePhotonic
12-13-2003, 06:46 PM
I can acknowledge that factor exists but I will never understand it....it's one thing that has always been a mistery for me...unconditional love...I will not go on about that because this thread will get to off topic.

Joetheeskimo
12-13-2003, 06:46 PM
Well said. My brother loves to fight back like that, and never once has he won. On the other hand, if he reasons with my mom, or if he says he'll do something in exchange, she usually changes her mind.

RoguePhotonic
12-13-2003, 06:50 PM
I'm not talking about act stupid or some ****...it's pretty much just a logic thing....to tell you the truth if you don't have the mind for it you should never do any of the things I say because you can't just say some dumb **** like YOU CAN"T TELL ME WHAT TO DO!! HMMPH!!!...lol...of course if anyone had the mind for it we wouldn't be talking about this at all would we...it's a no win situation.

DarkLord60
12-13-2003, 11:23 PM
Originally posted by RoguePhotonic
Well there is another example...grounded?...is it even legal for them to hold you in their house against your will?...nope it is not...all you have to do is walk out that door....I had my parents try to ground me once and that's just what I did....walked to the door gave em the finger and walked out.



:confused: huh?

I Don't know if I could be so cruel to my parents. LOL

Agen
12-13-2003, 11:56 PM
Uhh... What can possibly be so gory about ROTK? I've read the book and an on-screen presentation that is at maximum a 15 (they've all be 12 rattings so far) rating will not be any gorier than The Matrix Trilogy or T2... let's face it, they're absolutely not gory unless you find Soldier of Fortune with it's computerised graphics to be gut wrenching. :rolleyes:
Oooh look, tomato sauce :rolleyes:

Also, people pretending to not understand common wording that's used ALL OVER THE ENGLISH SPEAKING WORLD are totally not funny... in anyway... at all.

yeah, in norway it has an 15 year old limit...
but i still have tickets...
Meh, what i find is that it's usually the guys who go all gay and out of their way to piss people off. Wait for the next showing which is usually about half an hour later and swap the tickets for a later showing and try again until you get in. (One of my friends is a midget :p)

Perhaps you think you're sounding quite clever or tough with all this talk, but to me all you sound like is the average angry teenager who thinks his whole life was somehow harder than everyone else's and therefore shouldn't have to be an actual productive member of society. Well quite frankly, I don't care what your problems are.
All fair
I have shown the utmost respect for my parents my whole life and listened to the advice they offered, and today I'm a better man because of it.
Ah but that is purely your opinion on yourself which is not at all modest, I'm pretty sure at least one person has a different view on the way you acted and ended up. (Rogue for example :p)
Of course I'm totally neutral but just pointing out that's just your opinion.

Well there is another example...grounded?...is it even legal for them to hold you in their house against your will?...nope it is not...all you have to do is walk out that door....I had my parents try to ground me once and that's just what I did....walked to the door gave em the finger and walked out.
You might think that's very smart of yourself and a way of getting what you want and in a way it is a good way but a person to 'get their parents hooked round their little finger' is possibly a much happier and more gandhi-ish way of getting your own way rather than totally ignoring and pissing them off.

Bongo, just persuade your mum, if she's thinks she's looking out for you then she has to take your feelings into account.

Darth Eggplant
12-14-2003, 05:25 AM
hey make your mom watch the Two Towers!
once she see's what a hunky stud muffin Gollum is
she'll let you go for sure. she will go also just in case
there is any hot sweaty bi-polar Slinker\Stinker action.:D

DarkLord60
12-14-2003, 05:29 AM
heh my dad hated the gollum he said it reminded him of Jar Jar Binks. Don't ask me why. Anyway you should just sneak out and see it. I mean she can't watch you 24-7

CapNColostomy
12-14-2003, 07:06 AM
Lmao @ this thread. Yeah, don't listen to your folks. Be a rebel. Be a winner. Maybe you can end up like this too http://www.lucasforums.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=119727

You should've just rented the first one, and let her watch it. I don't live at home (I'm 28), but I loaned my mother the DVD and she loved it. She even asked to borrow the second one, and bought the book for ROTK. She normally hates that kind of stuff. Maybe you'll have the same luck.

|GG|Carl
12-14-2003, 09:31 AM
I HAVE TICKETS TO ROTK 00.03 ON WEDNESDAY!!! AND I'M ALLOWED TO GO THERE!:cool:

Isn't that great?




And yeah, pretty annoying mum you got there, bongo:( And LOTR isn't that violent...

IG-64
12-14-2003, 09:36 AM
I think i'm getting mindnight the day before but i'm not sure, I usually do.

Mex
12-14-2003, 12:59 PM
Oh my god you can't see a movie. The world will end as we know it. Arr. Ahhh. Ar.

IG-64
12-14-2003, 01:35 PM
It's not just a movie it's lord of the ring for cryin out loud!

ZBomber
12-14-2003, 02:14 PM
Well, even though Photonic is gone, the reason I said Ghandi, is because I was quoting when he said nothing was ever solved by peace. Therefore = Ghandi, Peaceful resitance acts, sit-ins, etc. ;)