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PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:55 am
by Ringading
So I was recently chilling out in the theatre, and some chaps suddenly walked out on stage and started pretending that things were happening to them. It was rather fortunate, as I would have otherwise considered the price I payed to sit in that uncomfortable seat in a mildly air conditioned building to be somewhat exorbitant. Little did I know what was to come.

For twenty minutes later, one of the aforementioned chaps burst out with,

"It was an intense game. I mean a tense game. Intense. We played in tents, actually."

And my brain screamed out,


For here was a Superosity plagiarist, blatantly plagiarising Superosity in the midst of some rapid ad libbing while hoping to cover up a minor deviation from the script. He did not credit Superosity at all. I snatched a program from the person sitting in front and rapidly flicked through and the lack of any Superosity credit therein confirmed by fears: Superosity was not going to be acknowledged for being the force behind the "in tents" catchphrase. This, despite Superosity being the undisputed source of a joke that nobody else could possibly have thought up of their own initiative.

I was appalled, horrified, and personally blamed the person who had been granted leadership of my home nation at the time. I'm not voting for him come next election.

Re: Superosity PLAGIARISTS

PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:59 am
by Chris Crosby
Pretty sure I took it from the ad campaign for THE APPRENTICE where they all sleep in tents.

But I appreciate your outrage beyond measure.

Re: Superosity PLAGIARISTS

PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 10:33 am
by Ringading
The ad campaign doesn't even exist on YouTube anymore, so by law it never existed.

Re: Superosity PLAGIARISTS

PostPosted: Sat Jan 30, 2010 2:23 am
by MrLeffel
Ringdalls, I applaude.