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Unnecessarily Censored Frozen Makes Jokes For 11-Year-Old You

Or rather, for the 11-year-old version of you that you pretend doesn’t live in your head anymore, but you totally snicker internally at their jokes all the time, and sometimes externally when your good friends are around. And one of them accidentally bought an extra order of dumplings. And they want to know if anyone wants their “dumps.” So you tell them if they don’t want their dumps now, they can always leave their dumps in your fridge.

And then you drink beer and talk about doing taxes because you are grownups.

Previously in Frozen

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Hold Your Breath, Katee Sackhoff Clarifies Those Marvel Rumors

Considering we’ve been freaking out over the possibility of Katee Sackhoff joining the Marvel Universe, we’re glad someone decided to ask her to clarify her recent comments. But is the news good or bad? Hit the jump to find out! 

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Battlestar Galactica Rebooted As NBC’s Friends [VIDEO]

We’re just amazed they were able to find enough clips of people being happy in Battlestar Galactica to make this video.

(via Digital Spy)

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Ultramassive Black Holes Are Bigger, More Numerous, More Terrifying Than Previously Thought

Black holes. They destroy everything that crosses their path. They’re difficult for scientists to observe and understand. They can fling people and objects back in time, starting an alternate timeline that results in the destruction of an entire species. Wait, no, that’s the setup for Star Trek. But black holes are still really scary. And now scientists have discovered that the largest black holes in the universe are even scarier than previously thought.

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Irony: MTV Airs Mean Girls, Bleeps “Vagina” but Not “Whore”

Okay, you might want to be sitting down when I tell you this, but I watched Mean Girls for the first time a couple weekends ago. I was pretty well acquainted with… well, nearly every single line in the movie from having read the internet, although I got a good laugh out of “Four for you Glen Coco, you go Glen Coco,” as it was just about the only quote in there that I hadn’t known was from Mean Girls. But I decided it was probably time to actually experience the movie, and stop trying to absorb it only from cultural diffusion.

So yeah, I knew next to nothing about Mean Girls other than that a lot of parts of the internet that I respect and enjoy are obsessed with quoting it and that it’s about high school, not, for example, that it was written by Tina Fey. Rest assured, these gaping holes in my knowledge have been filled, and so now I completely understand how against the message of the film it is for MTV to bleep a wide swath of non-curse-words, including “vagina,” when it aired on the network this weekend… but not “whore” or “slut.”

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Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome Continues with Episodes 7 and 8

The series also returns to its familiar, beloved themes: sex and robots. Sometimes sex with robots. Which is it here? Watch and find out.

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Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome Visits an Ice Planet

Just las week, Battlestar Galactica finally visited that infamous science fiction trope: a room in a spaceship full of deadly moving pistons. This week, characters venture inside a cave on an ice planet that may not be as empty of life as they thought.

I want you all to understand me very clearly: these are not complaints.

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Preview Clip of Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome Gives Us Another Adama Maneuver

The Battlestar class ship known as the Galactica is a fully FTL capable battleship that lacks the ability to sustain atmospheric flight, housing a number of smaller and more versatile Viper class fighters that lack the ability to transport themselves across vast distances instantaneously. These facts are familiar to fans of the series, right along with Admiral William Adama’s subversion of these limitations during the events of New Caprica, in which he jumped the Galactica in to the high atmosphere of New Caprica, allowing his Viper pilots to completely bypass the Cylon blockade on the planet, but giving the Galactica mere moments to spin up its FTL drive for another jump before it cratered into the ground with all hands.

Does this preview clip from Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome, a long awaited BSG webseries premiering tomorrow show us something as cool as the Adama Maneuver. Certainly not in scale, but in sheer bloody guts? I feel like there’s an argument to be made. Probably folks are already having it in the YouTube comments.

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At Long Last, Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome Gets a Release Date: This Friday!

It’s been two years since Battlestar Galactica: Blood and Chrome was announced, beginning its long road to actually airing somewhere. Yes, it was 2010 when the project was announced, and it’s been shelved, altered, chopped up, put back together again since. But the two-hour prequel to the blockbuster space opera, set during the First Cylon War and featuring young hot-shot pilot William “Husker” Adama, has finally found a three-part release home. Entertainment Weekly has the announcement that the show is coming… and very soon.

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Hearst Site Tries to Ban Use of the Word “Frakking,” Accidentally Bans Mention of Controversial Mining Technique Instead

Are you frakking kidding me? Hearst Connecticut Media Group briefly banned the use of the word “fracking” in their website comments section, not realizing that fracking, a form of drilling for natural gas, does not equal frakking, a widely-used Battlestar Galactica-inspired curse word substitute.

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