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300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 04, 2010 11:18 am
by HeartHer
That was um... an interesting off-topic post :lol2: . Very nice painting anyhow.

270. Jocks are always into weird girls (if she qualifies as weird I guess it's true in my case :laugh: )
271. She does not have a boyfriend.
272. She enjoys the work of Justin Timberlake.
273. Justin Timberlake is not her boyfriend (unless she dislikes his music and the 1st and 3rd were the true ones :eek: :sassy: ).
274. Getting a 2400 on the SAT is more important than driving to the hospital to check on your dad who just had a seizure and a concussion.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 04, 2010 2:53 pm
by GiveHimTheKick
275. Everyone REALLY wants to be a Swedish Goth-type computer hacker with a million-and-one piercings.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 05, 2010 7:27 am
by UCFRdWarrior
276. Couch PARRRTAAY....Couch PARRRTAY :biggrin: Party on the couch

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 05, 2010 12:02 pm
by HeartHer
277. Not only can she act intoxicated without drinking well as was previously mentioned, but couches have a strange tendency to make Ellen drunk and high. Love it.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 05, 2010 12:42 pm
by Noodle
278. That certain deleted scenes from Whip It really should have stayed in the final release

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 05, 2010 2:02 pm
by GiveHimTheKick
279. The rock band 'Forehead' will break the banks with their first single.
280. Anything Michel Gondry makes is worth seeing because "It's Michel."

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 06, 2010 12:00 am
by Awesome
281. I learned that watching a guy getting his man-hood separated from his body can be a very uncomfortable and painful process.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 06, 2010 12:27 am
by UCFRdWarrior
282. Orlando Magic and Miami Heat fans actually agreeing on something....Ellen Page rocks :D
(welcome Awesome....remember we got Superman down here in Orlando) :D

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 06, 2010 4:04 am
by JerseyDevil65
283: Ellen sometimes gets mistaken for Pamela Anderson.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 06, 2010 5:17 am
by HeartHer
JerseyDevil65 wrote:283: Ellen sometimes gets mistaken for Pamela Anderson.
284. ... And it's because of the boobs

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 06, 2010 6:37 am
by Awesome
UCFRdWarrior wrote:282. Orlando Magic and Miami Heat fans actually agreeing on something....Ellen Page rocks :D
(welcome Awesome....remember we got Superman down here in Orlando) :D
(Thanks. Yeah, well... You got one superstar, we got two and a half. Plus Mario Chalmers.)
285. If not for the boobs, Ellen is mistaken for Pamela Anderson due to her Canadian background.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 06, 2010 7:43 am
by HeartHer
Psh Heat and Magic... We're still enjoying our back to back over here in LA. :sassy:

286. Speaking of boobs... Boobs are not necessary to make a beautiful woman.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 06, 2010 1:46 pm
by GiveHimTheKick
HeartHer wrote: 286. Speaking of boobs... Boobs are not necessary to make a beautiful woman.
287. But any girl with no tits is forever referred to as 'it'.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 06, 2010 4:21 pm
by Awesome
288. Ellen Page does not condone the objectification of women.
289. Tits make not a woman. Herh herh herh.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 06, 2010 5:04 pm
by Dominik
I'd like to remind everyone this is not a spam thread. This especially applies for funkenderstadt; it's not necessary to post your images all over the board. Also please don't make up a 'fact' and only add things that Ellen said, were mentioned in articles and interviews and so on. Thanks for your understanding!

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 07, 2010 8:57 am
by HeartHer
Wuddya mean Dom? "She's mine... my lovely" is definitely something everyone learns from Ellen :lol2: . Just kidding.

Well I guess we have to add one to fit in to replace the deleted one. No idea what number it was but oh well:

290. Anyone the age of 35 or older qualifies as "old" (Juno called Mark old... he distinctively said "All the Young Dudes" was older than him, which was written in 1972, so he was at least 35 in the movie :longtongue:).

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 07, 2010 1:24 pm
by JerseyDevil65
HeartHer wrote: Anyone the age of 35 or older qualifies as "old" (Juno called Mark old... he distinctively said "All the Young Dudes" was older than him, which was written in 1972, so he was at least 35 in the movie :longtongue:).
The song was 35 years old when Juno came out in 2007 so Mark had to be younger than 35.

BTW, 35 is not old. :laugh:

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 07, 2010 1:27 pm
by JimH
HeartHer wrote: Well I guess we have to add one to fit in to replace the deleted one. No idea what number it was but oh well:

290. Anyone the age of 35 or older qualifies as "old" (Juno called Mark old... he distinctively said "All the Young Dudes" was older than him, which was written in 1972, so he was at least 35 in the movie :longtongue:).


Post numbers have been corrected. The next entry in this list will now be 291.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 07, 2010 5:04 pm
by HeartHer
JerseyDevil65 wrote:
HeartHer wrote: Anyone the age of 35 or older qualifies as "old" (Juno called Mark old... he distinctively said "All the Young Dudes" was older than him, which was written in 1972, so he was at least 35 in the movie :longtongue:).
The song was 35 years old when Juno came out in 2007 so Mark had to be younger than 35.

BTW, 35 is not old. :laugh:
No kidding :sassy: But he could still be 35, depends on the month and day he was born :longtongue:. Either way, not old.

-- Aug 08, 2010 3:36 am --

What is this a ghost town? I can practically see the tumbleweed rolling across the empty plain... 6 new posts in 24 hours? Cmon people I've got boredom to fix! :sassy:


291. Blue hair is generally frowned upon in beauty pageants.

300 things you've learned from Ellen Page and her movies

Posted: Aug 08, 2010 1:58 pm
by GiveHimTheKick
292. A pregnancy test isn't technically your property just because you marked it with your urine.