Grade explodiert auf Twitter die Film-Meme #inmypants, da kommen im Sekundentakt hunderte neuer Tweets (300 in den letzten fünf Sekunden) rein und einige davon sind tatsächlich wirklich witzig. Hier ein paar meiner Favs:

freddy got fingered in my pants (@watsalot)

Paranormal activity in my pants (@miss_royle)

Supersize me in my pants (@lakeshow817)

Inglorious Basterds in my pants (@brad_warsh)

28 Days Later In My Pants (@mstotter)

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  1. Julian

    Days of Thunder in my pants ist auch groß =D

  2. Janos

    whatever works #inmypants

  3. Andrea

    Ich fand ja Free Willy und Some like it hot auch sehr nett… ;)

  4. stex

    Shoot’em up in my pants
    There will be blood in my pants
    Let the right one in my pants :D

  5. Danny

    body heat in my pants

  6. Hans

    Space Balls
    An Inconvenient Truth
    What Women Want

    Zwar irgendwie gar nicht lustig, dann aber doch wieder sehr lustig.

  7. reeft

    Blöder Rip-off von Maureen Johnson und den Nerdfighter, die das seit Jahren mit allem, aber vor allem Buchtiteln machen.

    Also, klarer Anfall von “öhhhh, ich kann das schon viel früher!”

  8. schnitti

    ich vermute mal ganz stark, dass das eine aktuelle anlehnung an den late night talker craig fergusson bzw. seinem robot skeleton sidekick jeff peterson ist. die verbringen nämlich schon seit wochen die abende damit sich diese ‘in your pants’ – ‘ in my pants’ sprüche um die ohren zu hauen :D


    im übrigen auch sonst sehr zu empfehlende show ( guckst du hier : http://www.youtube.com/user/TVsCraigFerguson )

  9. med

    ich zuerst so: I don’t get it…

    dann: aahhhhh

    dann wieder: so not funny :/

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    i never wanted this to end


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    Life is too short to be holding on to old grudges


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