A whole movie of mee-moos and pip-pups being adorable. This is OUR generation’s Chimpanzee.
“We actually never have to die.”
Yeah, apparently we just have to take things Step By Step.
We can have lots of fun
There’s so much we can do
It’s just you and me
I can give you more
Don’t you know the time has arrived
Oh, I immediately went with the theme song from the sitcom
Step by Step, Day by Day
something something… oh cool, a rollercoaster!
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Can I just be a typical American for one second and saying that eating that little food and all those herbal pills, while having doctors do tests on you, sounds like the worst thing ever. I’d rather just die and enjoy myself, also USA USA USA
I’m training to become a chef, so the food thing is what really gets to me. All those diets and restriction make me cringe, blech.
Stage 1: Denial…
Wow, I hope I wasn’t the only nerd who thought that was Alan Moore!
Spoiler Alert: they all die
Spoiler alert: They were dead the whole time?
“Can’t I just buy some immortality the next time I’m in town to buy Prada tooth paste for little Apple?” – Gwyneth Paltrow
“Immortality. It’s the Must-Have accessory for Summer 2011, but does what do you really know about how it’s made? Tonight on 20/20, John Stossel investigates.”
Living forever: increasingly worse complexion, clothes keep going out of style, continued exposure to remakes, sequels, repeated jokes.
Dying: Get to meet Gandhi, Jimi Hendrix, Hitchcock, Andy Warhol, David Foster Wallace, Plato, the “Where’s the Beef” lady, Mr. Rogers, Sammy Davis Jr., Mickey Mantle, etc.
I’m pro-choice on this one.
Also these people clearly never took 7th Grade English and read Tuck Everlasting, immortality isn’t fun
“Finally a movie about my generation!” -Gabe
You shouldn’t smoke Gabe, it’s a bad habit and you might only make it to 94
On a serious tip, though, I just don’t understand the appeal of immortality. It seems like it would be lonely, depressing, alienating and expensive. Unless you’re a hermit in a cave somewhere, it seems kind of like it would be totally awful.
At least I’d be able to get through the stack of unread books building up on my shelf…
that is until your glasses break
HENRY BEMIS! I named my dog after him.
Cracked had a great article about how awful it would be to be immortal. Didn’t say anything about sparkles and having to go to high school forever, though.
So did Natalie Babbitt, it was entitled “Tuck Everlasting.”
And if I’m going to look like death, I want to be dead.
It does kind of seem like the woman was surprised/disappointed to find out that she was the oldest person in the world. It’s kind of like someone coming up to you and saying, “you’re going to die soon.”
Why would you wanna live forever? Then you’ll never find out what happens after you croak.
Old people are GROSS!
We heard you the first time!
Just kidding, I love you, EK!
Some of the old people didn’t! (This is a joke about how their hearing is not as good as it once was.)
I said it once before, but it bares repeating.
“I’m not like you people, normal. And I’m peeing that.” –Buster Martin 101
I thought mee-moos and pip-pups was your way of saying puppies and kittens so I didn’t know what I was in for.
I believe these are Tom Haverford’s
“How to Not Live Forever” – Jack LaLanne
“How to Too-Soon” – Grimakins
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