Nate Smith is the self-proclaimed Best Nate Smith Ever. As far as he knows, no one is disputing this. Nate Smith has been performing professional improv, sketch, and stand up comedy since 1999. Nate also has a 2-year-old son, whom he exploits for the sake of his comedy. You can follow the Best Nate Smith Ever on Tumblr, Twitter, and Myspace.
In life our dialogue never goes exactly like we planned. But in the movies cool characters get to say cool things all the time. Here are ten movies that would have had totally different outcomes if the dialogue was more like real life.
Though it has been long debated, the correct pronunciation of the GIF can no longer be questioned. It is well documented that the father of the GIF, Steve Wilhite, pronounces it as Jiff with a soft G, not a hard G.
Mind blowing, I know. It’s going to take some adjusting. You might even want to practice it in front of your mirror for a while. Now, I don’t want to overwhelm you, but we here at Slacktory have uncovered a few more words that we have all been mispronouncing.
Internet: Did you know it is pronounced Eye-nternet, not Enter-net? This makes a lot of sense because the Internet is something you look at with your eyes, not enter with your body.
Wi-Fi: While everyone thinks Wi-Fi is pronounced Why-Fy, it is actually pronounced wiffy. This is derived from the fact that most Wi-Fi hotspots are pretty iffy.
The heartwarming story of a kooky time traveler and the young hipster who gets wrapped up in his fantasy. And everything looks like the 80s. (Get it because in indie films everything looks like OK you get it)
Everyone else is buzzing about Will Ferrell’s Anchorman sequel, but I still haven’t gotten over Hunger Games fever. And I realized something — Anchorman was actually an adaptation of The Hunger Games! To prove it, I matched up quotes from the book with scenes from Anchorman. I present to you The Anchor Games.
My new favorite YouTube vlogger goes by the username TheArrogantAgnostic. For April Fool’s Day, a group of us on Tumblr decided to randomly start posting about an obscure vlogger as if he was an amazing new viral sensation. I discovered TheArrogantAgnostic and the joke was on. But after a day of watching this man’s rants, I am genuinely entertained and can’t wait for his next one.
TheArrogantAgnostic is a “52-year-old white guy that don’t make a lot of money” and is not a Republican, a Democrat, or “none of that.” But he does have a lot of opinions on topics such politics, tattoos, and drugs.