I remember TMNT first and second time round. My son has hit the pre-teens so is growing out of kid's stuff but for a good ten years there I
watched almost zero adult entertainment and was immersed in children's entertainment. It's not a bad place to be in all truth, coming out of that
bubble has been a little heartbreaking (damn you The Wire for robbing me of my last drop of innocence).
Anyway, it is one thing to get nostalgic about what I watched as a child, but quite another thing for me to start delving into what I watched only a
few years ago with my son...they grow so fast and it takes some of us Mums a little while to adjust to that. Nostalgia is one thing, sentimentality
and holding on to what is gone quite another.
That said...I loved Charlie and Lola, so much so that I would watch it even if he wasn't
This is his favourite now...
...it's all change...good stuff
edit on 9-8-2015 by Anaana because: ...those rogue apostrophes again...
There is no way Legolas even though he has the power of being an elf, would get an arrow that far straight up. I mean how tall is Sarumans tower? In
the movie it was pretty high on up, over 100 feet it looked like easily from the clips I remeber of the movies, the wind up that high alone would
knock that arrow way of its course trying to go straight up.
Just checked Google and the tower is supposedly over 500 feet. No way a wooden arrow from a old fashion longbow would reach that far even if it was
made from magical elf trees and if it was powered by the pixie dust of xandu.
Oh ya! It defies the logic of bow and arrow kinetics vs atmospheric pressures and winds and such and what not, even with a modern compound bow and
arrow its not likely you would be able to make that straight and clean of a shoot aiming straight up, or that far high, oh no! not by a long shot.
Truly this is a troll video in more ways then one.
I got to see the second time around too, I have my nephew to thank for that (actually would have watched it anyway lol) glad I did, it was far better
than the 80s version, excluding the theme tune.
I loved seeing my nephew grow up, watching him evolve and teaching him things, it was an amazing time, now I have it with my niece, and it's equally
as good, if a little more girly lol
I aint leaving that bubble, I still watch cartoons a ton, i'll never grow up completely, that's no fun but I watch adult entertainment too so am
keeping a good balance.
Oh Charlie and Lola, got you too aye? that's another one i'm forced to watch. Your kid has good taste, I like Fullmetal Alchemist
Version 3 of the Turtles .... and yes I watch it lol
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