Gawkman does a Pluhbabe of Sandra Bullock. And low and behold, he doesn’t even get any in his fantasy this time! Well, that’s fine. He didn’t want any, anyway!!!
You know, it’s hard to actually very rare that I say that I like a Pluhbabe for her personality rather than booty. I mean, the Pluhbabes are based pretty much on physical appearance and have as much emphasis on the person herself as Cannibal Corpse does vocal melodies. But from the characters that Sandra Bullock has played, I’m almost willing to make an exception. Almost. For Sandra Bullock would not be a Pluhbabe if she were not somewhat hot; I do not think I even need to elaborate on this. But of course, I will.
Prepare For Elaboration!
Most of you will remember her from Speed (or Speed 2: The Sucky Sequel That I Knew Would Suck So Didn’t Even Bother To See) or maybe from the Net (which I never saw, either). The first time I ever came across this bubbley babe was in “Demolition Man”. She played a wussy police officer in a wussy future in which society is too perfect (and really wussy). And she has sex with Sylvester Stallone with a telepathic helmet. Wish I had one of those. Oh well, at least I can use them in the traditional Pluhbabe conversation. Awww, crap! …I have spoiled the best moment of my own Pluhbabe review. Now it officially sucks. You may stop reading at anytime. As a matter of fact, I believe I’ll fill in the remaining paragraph that precedes the made-up conversation with part of the daily grammar lesson from www.wordplace.com:
An appositive is a word or group of words that identifies or renames the noun or pronoun that it follows. It is set off by commas unless closely tied to the word that it identifies or renames. (“Closely tied” means that it is needed to identify the word.) Examples: My son Carl is a medical technician. (no commas) Badger, our dog with a missing leg, has a love for cats. (commas needed)
Now, on to the made-up conversation!
Sandra: Okay, I guess I’m supposed to say something about taking out those helmets so we can have virtual intercourse, then you make a wisecrack about fluid-transfer. Not that it will be funny now, because you already mentioned the punchline of this made-up conversation.
Gawkman: No, actually you did. The punchline would have been the wisecrack about fluid-transfer.
Sandra: I see.
Gawkman: So now what are we supposed to do?
Sandra: Well, now I guess you expect me to say something about just having sex anyway.
Gawkman: You really know how to ruin the element of surprise, don’t you?
Sandra: Oh, I’m so sorry. ‘Will you take me now, for no reason whatsoever?’
Gawkman: Why, sure, I… wait a second; are you humoring me?
Sandra: Why, of course not! Is you sexual drive not up to… ‘Speed’?
Gawkman: Damnit, now you stole my Speed pun, too!
Sandra: That’s cuz someone around here really SUCKS!
Gawkman: … hey, now you’re trying to set me up for a very easy lame wisecrack. I won’t fall for it.
Sandra: Oh, yeah? Well, YER DUMB!
Gawkman: Woh, woh, woooooh; now you’re stealing my saying?
Sandra: No… YOU’RE STILL DUMB!
Gawkman: Where was I going with this conversation? I seemed to have forgotten…
Sandra: YER DUMB! DUMB, DUMB, DUMB!
Gawkman: … and that’s not helping.
Sandra: You have to type this review at 55 words per minute, or the bomb in your computer will BLOW UP!
Gawkman: WELL I THINK THIS REVIEW HAS GONE DOWNHILL FAR ENOUGH AND I THINK THAT ITS REALLY STARTING TO SUCK SO THAT I SHOULD END IT AND STUFF I APPOLOGIZE FOR MY SEPELLING BUT I DONT HAVE TOIME TO CORECT IT OR ILL DIE AND THATS BAD CUZ DYING IS BAD AND I CANT WRIT E REVIEWS IN THE FUTURE IF I DIE SO STUFF
Boobays/GUUUH! (2) – FLATNESS! BOO!
Ass/GARF! (3.5) – Well, never really exhalted.
Smile/Face (4.5) – Totally cutie.
Personality (5) – She plays mega cool parts.
Bang Factor (4) – I used to know a girl in hs that looked like her, who I wished to bangeth.