)(er Imperial Condescension laughing with a salad, ‘cause why not.
Wow, so a few of my best melee smasher friends and I from Crystal City came up with “No Johns”. “Caveman”, “Rob$”, “Zulu”, and me “Smiles”. Our friend John Paul always made excuses about anything. Showing up late, not answering his phone, and just about everything when it came to smash bros. Controller, matchups, stage picks. It first worked out like “Hey dont pull a John” (everyones had that friend) to “no johns”. It was also a way to keep us in check and motivate each other while practicing. Melee is 13 years old + but this and much more lingo is way older for Texas Crystal City crew. Its really an honor Reggie.
Everyone needs to know the origin of no johns
Be Prepared for The Lion Guard
20 years ago, The Lion King roared to life in theatres. Disney Junior has now put a twist on this classic coming-of-age film with a new series for the next generation of audiences.
The Lion Guard will premiere in Fall 2015 as a television movie, with a subsequent series to debut in early 2016 on Disney Junior and Disney Channel. The story begins in the heart of the African savannah, as Kion, the second-born cub of Simba and Nala, assembles a team of his close friends to preserve the Pride Lands. The show will also include special appearances by Mufasa, Timon, Pumbaa, Rafiki, Zazu and Kion’s older sister, Kiara, the future Queen of the Pride Lands. The show will focus on conservation education, the importance of family and community, while also highlighting creative problem-solving skills and diversity.
Consultants from the Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida will serve as advisors on The Lion Guard stories, while author and Swahili expert, Sarah Mirza, will serve as language and cultural advisor.
Source: Disney Insider
This was undoubtedly the best one.
Such polite barks
he gets up all excited the last time like YEAH I’M GONNA SPEAK YEAH WATCH THIS