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Why is everyone using this word all of a sudden?
Are we back in 2001?
usually EPIC FILMS
Epic films is perfectly acceptable.
Epic epic epic epic. epic epic epic epic epic epic.
The BANTS was off the scale.
but you can't have it
an ^Epic This button.
Just for this.
followed by Part 2 - Another Nail in the Coffin
there are still germs in the toilet
Moby Dick, hell of a novel.
as above, but featuring a 50ft high radioactive bird.
Russell Brand makes a poorly-timed joke about seizures; gets by the BBC sacked again
the last six words of that post.
A 317-hour long documentary of Kate Middleton's wedding atire.
The Daily Mail are already on the case. It's going to be a tearjerker.
Child rapist/killer gets 18 months before the case comes to court
She grows her hair back.
New solo stand-up show is a runaway success
A new number 13 on the Beaufort scale.
Hailstones the size of footballs!
The Trans-Siberian line.
What the fuck really is kale, anyway?
Piers Morgan talks to Dale Winton for 4hrs about absolutely nothing.
The residents of Barnsley attempt to make the worlds largest ball of string.
The Sun's back-page headline after Spurs' victory over Inter?
Actually, it did get a bit out-of-hand. Took it too far, see?
One half of comedy duo Bottom inexplicably cast in the remake of Ghandi.
(Didn't we do this yesterday?)
Games Workshop founder Nigel McDungeon talks to Piers Morgan about the varying dimensions of Citadel Miniatures.
The medical term for a pasty ginger person's complexion.
when talking about Mr Soundtracks out of Swell Maps.
(Yeah! old guy humour!)
I'm hoping by 2018 the word "epic" will account for 37.2% of all words used in English internet discourse.
it wants it's point back
she wants her apostrophe back, and she says she'll be working late again tonight