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The Avengers in Fifteen Minutes
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cleolinda From: cleolinda Date: July 2nd, 2012 08:22 pm (UTC) (Link)
I did hear "puny god" the second/last time I saw it, but I had to listen very closely for it.

THOR: lol, thou mad
...new catchphrase for all of eternity; get ready, ONTD

I have to give credit to my friend Dayna (queenanthai); she trolled me with this

To the people all butthurt over stuff in Avengers. on Twitpic

after the "mewling quim" incident.
runa27 From: runa27 Date: July 3rd, 2012 02:19 am (UTC) (Link)
Oh! So I can thank you here then for finally providing an explanation for the chatter I've been reading about "Loki called her the C-word!". Because my initial reaction was "WUT. In a PG-13... I... shouldn't I have noticed that!?" Glad to see it was "in translation", I wondered if that was the case... because otherwise I would have clearly needed my hearing checked. The reason I never caught it is simply because I had never in my life heard the word "quim" before.

Coincidentally, I feel sooooo torn on this. Oh, archaic misogynyspeak, why must you sound so amusing to my modern ears?
I'm serious, I can't... I know "quim" is Ye Oldie Speak for the c-word, but it sounds so FUNNY if you don't know that. So do "harlot" (which makes me think of harlequins) and "trollop" (mushrooms!) and "strumpet" (possibly an edible musical instrument!). All terribly sexist, horrible words, and yet they're far, far too entertaining to say. *sigh*

tabbyclaw From: tabbyclaw Date: July 3rd, 2012 07:11 am (UTC) (Link)
"strumpet" (possibly an edible musical instrument!).

BRB, LOLing forever.
cleolinda From: cleolinda Date: July 4th, 2012 06:22 pm (UTC) (Link)
We had a 400-comment close-reading/meltdown/discussion over the Quim Scene on my personal journal the week the movie came out, and... as far as my blood pressure is concerned, it never happened and we will never speak of it again. I think the two Avengers discussion entries neared 900 comments total because of that. And if there's another entry I've had to close comments on, I can't remember what it is. So. I mean. Yeah. I was very careful to sidestep that argument entirely when writing up that part here.
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