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01-21-2007 02:27 PM
MissFairy
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

The Lord work in mysterious ways. These ways are usually sexy and spanish. So all is usually forgiven. After all, he originally brought sexyback.
01-21-2007 01:58 PM
MarliKat
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

Just needed to post this here...

Thank you Lord for making sure that the Extreme Heat Policy was enforced on the day I went to the Aussie Open. It meant that I stayed in Vodafone Arena and had the honour of being in your presence for your match. I know you planned it that way. However, apparently you didn't plan it so that you would win. That is either very stupid or very fair-minded.
01-12-2007 06:25 AM
Deboogle!.
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

WOOT! I thought about this thread hehe
11-17-2005 08:03 PM
surfpinky
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

thank you for sarah
11-17-2005 07:48 PM
MissFairy
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

Thankyou Lord for a waving banana av that makes me smile.

oh, and thankyou for Nat
11-17-2005 07:46 PM
surfpinky
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

thank you carlos for making my american government test easy.

oh and, bump I guess.
10-13-2005 05:16 PM
Carito_90
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by surfpinky
andy will eat baby smurf.
No, Lleyton will.
10-13-2005 03:40 PM
PennyThePenguin
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

Quote:
Originally Posted by surfpinky
andy will eat baby smurf.
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO....LEAVE BABY SMURF ALONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


10-13-2005 01:42 AM
surfpinky
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

andy will eat baby smurf.
10-13-2005 12:45 AM
superpinkone37
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10-13-2005 12:41 AM
Seleshfan
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

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Originally Posted by superpinkone37
awwwww...I just saw that online and had to come on here and see if robert had heard about it Poor smurfs
I'm holding up okay. *sniff* *sniff* *wiping a tear* I just don't know what's going to happen to baby smurf. That's what always gets me, the suffering of babies.
10-13-2005 12:37 AM
superpinkone37
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

awwwww...I just saw that online and had to come on here and see if robert had heard about it Poor smurfs
10-12-2005 09:35 PM
Carito_90
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

OMC I know it's for a good cause but, how mean!

I mean, they should so have killed grouchy smurf. I was always annoyed by him.

Lord Carlos, make this stop! Please!

love, Caro.
10-12-2005 08:53 PM
Seleshfan
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread



Dear Lord Carlos, I have no other God to turn to. Please help the smurfs in their time of need. It was bad enough that Gargamel tries to eat them, now they are being bombed by UNICEF. Please Lord, grant me this wish, and I'll be a good boy for a whole day. Thanks.

BRUSSELS, Belgium - Smurfette is left for dead. Baby Smurf is left crying and orphaned as the Smurf's village is carpet bombed by warplanes — a horrific scene and imagery not normally associated with the lovable blue-skinned cartoon characters.

These are the scenes being shown as part of a new UNICEF ad-campaign on Belgian television.

"It's working. We are getting a lot of reactions and people are logging on to our Web site," UNICEF Belgium spokesman Philippe Henon said Tuesday.

The Belgian office of the U.N. children's fund said it has decided to use the creations of late Belgian artist Peyo to shock a complacent public into backing its fund-raising efforts for ex-child soldiers in Africa.

The 20-second video commercial clip now being shown on Belgian TV aims to show that war can happen in the most innocent of places, Henon said.

"We get reactions from all over the place," said Henon. "People are shocked and want to know the reasons behind this cartoon image."

The appeal is meant to raise money for UNICEF projects in Burundi, Congo and Sudan, Henon said. However, due to its graphic and disturbing scenes, this cartoon is not for everyone. The advertisement is aimed at an adult audience and is only shown after 9 p.m. to avoid upsetting young Smurfs fans.

The video is peacefully introduced by birds, butterflies and happy Smurfs playing and singing their theme song when suddenly out of the sky, bombs rain down onto their forest village, scattering Papa Smurf and the rest as their houses are set ablaze.

The bombs kill Smurfette leaving Baby Smurf orphaned and crying at the edge of a crater in the last scene of the video and finishing of with the text "don't let war destroy the children's world."

It calls on viewers to donate.

UNICEF traditionally uses real life images of playing and laughing children but decided to change it for something that would shock people, Henon said.

"We wanted to have lasting effect of our campaign, because we felt that in comparison to previous campaigns, the public is not easily motivated to do things for humanitarian causes and certainly not when it involved Africa or children in war," he said.

Henon added that UNICEF would never cross the line and film real-life war scenes in its appeals.

The UNICEF campaign was launched Friday with the Smurf TV spot and will last until April.
10-12-2005 07:24 PM
MissFairy
Re: The 'Preach your Thanks to Lord Carlos' Thread

I would thank the Lord, but i just came here to WOOT Kellerers smarts. She has lots and lots of them (:

ANDDDD she has cookies...mmmmm. It's official: you can't get better
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