1. A long-lost quote form a dead-but-still-warm forum
synonyms: jedaying, rougeism, bearspression, etc.
1. Plural of bueat
Beau wrote:If you search for 'wrestling in pool' on Google Images, the first image that comes up is Women Wrestling, which is part of a blog called Nude Catfight. If you scroll down enough, you eventually find a picture where a woman is "choked and strangled into submission." Inspired by this blog post, if you return to Google Images and type "black and white film strangled into submission sauna," you will quickly find a picture of a nude woman riding a naked man. This will, in turn, lead you to a Guest Preview for Fetish USA. Inspired by this website, and parting from the fact that "not USA" is synonymous with "foreign" in the wide expanse of the civilized world, which extends from California to New York minus everything in between, if you return to Google Images and type "foreign black and white film men in pool," you will find tons of completely unhelpful pictures. In the second page, you will finally find what you weren't looking for at all, a crying woman saying "donne-moi la force de résister" in a language I understand even less than French. If you click on this picture, you will be redirected to a blog called foreignmoviesddl, the self-proclaimed home for a different kind of movie, like Guess Who with Ernie Mac and Ashton Kutcher. If you keep scrolling down, you will eventually reestablish contact with the crying woman, who stars in Djamilah: Jamila, the Algerian. It is unclear whether Djamilah and Jamila are the same person and, if so, what was wrong with Djamilah that she changed into Jamila after moving through a colon. According to AD Barakat, Djamilah and Jamila are indeed the same person, meaning that the title reaches heights of redundancy not seen since Manos: The Hands of Fate. AD Barakat writes for IMDB and believes that this film about an Algerian woman standing up against the French is: "one of the greatest movies ever done in the history of art." And it was made in Egypt by Youssef Chahine. Going back to Google Images, if you type "Youssef Chahine men in pool," you will find that he died at 82. He sits on top of a table or pedestal or something blue with the Cannes Festival symbol on it. After contemplating the journey you have made and the little progress you have achieved, you quit the search and masturbate to Nude Catfight. INTERNET.