daha piyasaya cikmadan kult olmus bir acaip film. izlemedim ama 'snakes on a plane' ifadesi bile populer oldu, all your base are belong to us
gibi bir sey oldu. dan kaminsky adli bir kisi (http://www.doxpara.com/soaptalk.txt
) su dokumanda bu ifadenin 'fuck' kelimesinin pek cok anlamda kullanilabilecegini anlatan yazidan(#342569
alarak bir seyler yazmis. bir kismi biraz zorlama ve sacma ama genelde komik ve basarili bir calisma. buraya da yazayim tam olsun:
perhaps one of the most interesting and colorful phrases in the english language today is the phrase "snakes on a plane". it is the one magical phrase, which, just by its sound, can describe pain, pleasure, love, and samuel l. jackson
in language, "snakes on a plane" falls into many grammatical categories. it can be used as a verb, both transitive (john snaked mary on a plane) and intransitive (mary was snaked on a plane by john). it can be an action verb (john really snakes on a plane), a passive verb (mary really doesn't snake on a plane), an adverb (mary is snaking-on-a-plane interested in john), or as a noun (mary is a terrific snake on a plane). it can also be used as an adjective (mary is snaking-on-a-plane beautiful) or an interjection (snakes on a plane! i'm late for my date with mary). it can even be used as a conjunction (john is ugly, snakes on a plane, he's also stupid). as you can see, there are very few words with the overall versatility of the phrase "snakes on a plane."
aside from its r-rated-because-that's-what-the-fans-demanded connotations, this incredible word can be used to describe many situations:
-- "what the snakes on a plane are you doing here?"
-- "i got snaked on a plane by the car dealer."
-- "oh, snakes on a plane!"
-- "i guess i'm snakes on a plane now."
-- "go snake yourself on a plane!"
-- "snake me on a motherfucking plane."
-- "what the...snakes on a plane...?"
-- "i don't understand these snakes on a plane!"
-- "snakes on a plane again...."
-- "i couldn't be happier if i had snakes on a plane."
-- "what the motherfuck is going on here, snakes on a plane?"
-- "where are we going and why are there snakes on a plane?"
-- "up your fucking snakes on a plane!"
-- "i didn't do it. the snakes did. on a plane."
-- "i know everything to do with it, if it has anything to do with snakes on a plane."
-- "who really gives a snake on a plane, anyhow?"
-- "how the snakes on a plane are ya?"
-- "who the fuck are you, snakes on a plane?"
-- "let's get the snakes on a plane out of here."
-- "fuck off, snakes on a plane."
-- "how the snakes on a plane did you do that?"
it can be used in an anatomical description -- "he's got a motherfucking snake up his motherfucking plane." it can be used to tell time -- "it's five snakes on a plane thirty." it can be used in business -- "how did i wind up with this job? it's snakes on a plane!" and of course, it can be maternal -- "motherfucking snakes on a motherfucking plane."
the mind fairly boggles at the many creative uses of the phrase! how can anyone be offended when you say, "snakes on a plane"? use it frequently in your daily speech! it adds to your prestige.
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) buradan gordum bu yaziyi, emege saygi
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