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princess bride: sorry if this has already been done, im watching The Princess Bride, it struck me hilarious.
princess bride: sorry if this has already been done, im watching The Princess Bride, it struck me hilarious.

sorry if this has already been done, im watching The Princess Bride, it struck me hilarious.

princess bride: sorry if this has already been done, im watching The Princess Bride, it struck me hilarious.
princess bride: sorry if this has already been done, im watching The Princess Bride, it struck me hilarious.

sorry if this has already been done, im watching The Princess Bride, it struck me hilarious.

princess bride: sorry if this has already been done, im watching The Princess Bride, it struck me hilarious.
princess bride: sorry if this has already been done, im watching The Princess Bride, it struck me hilarious.

sorry if this has already been done, im watching The Princess Bride, it struck me hilarious.

princess bride: PRINCESS THE BRIDE TIDBITS HELLO. MY NAME IS INIGO MONTOYA You killed me father Prepare to die The director believes "My name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to die" is the most-quoted line from any of his movies (the other contenders being, "I'll have what she's having," and "You can't handle the truth!"). Reiner spoke of how Christopher Guest disappears so well into a role that he didn't even remember Guest being in the film. When he saw the actor at the premiere party, Reiner's first thought was of how nice it was of his friend to come out and support him, having forgotten that Guest played a part (Count Rugen aka the Six-fingered Man). Billy Crystal (Miracle Max) came up with many of his own lines, including "Why don't you give me a nice paper cut to pour lemon juice on it," and the "mutton, lettuce and tomato sandwich For the opening scene, Goldman originally wanted Jimmy Stewart in the Peter Falk role, but was happy with Falk. If Jewison had made the film, he planned the opening scene with an immigrant carrying a sick child up the stairs of a tenement building. William Goldman, author of the book, said he's not good on sets and related the story of how, even though he wrote the scene in both the book and the script, when he saw Buttercup's dress catch fire, he shrieked, "Her dress is on firel" effectively ruining the scene. Westley's mustache was Cary Elwes' idea, he thought it would give the character swashbuckling flair. During the scene between Westley and the Six-fingered Man, Cary Elwes told Christopher Guest to go on and hit him; Guest clocked him on the head so hard that Elwes had to go to the hospital. The shots of the Cliffs of Insanity are a mix of matte paintings and the actual location: the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare, Ireland. When he wrote the book, Goldman envisioned André the Giant in the role of Fezzik. you should probably go to TheMetaPicture.com lolzandtrollz:Something You Probably Didn’t Know About The Princess Bride
princess bride: PRINCESS
 THE
 BRIDE
 TIDBITS
 HELLO. MY NAME IS INIGO MONTOYA
 You killed me father
 Prepare to die
 The director believes "My name is Inigo Montoya, you killed
 my father, prepare to die" is the most-quoted line from any
 of his movies (the other contenders being, "I'll have what
 she's having," and "You can't handle the truth!").
 Reiner spoke of how Christopher Guest disappears so well
 into a role that he didn't even remember Guest being in the
 film. When he saw the actor at the premiere party, Reiner's
 first thought was of how nice it was of his friend to come out
 and support him, having forgotten that Guest played a part
 (Count Rugen aka the Six-fingered Man).
 Billy Crystal (Miracle Max) came up with many of his own lines,
 including "Why don't you give me a nice paper cut to pour
 lemon juice on it," and the "mutton, lettuce and tomato
 sandwich
 For the opening scene, Goldman originally wanted Jimmy
 Stewart in the Peter Falk role, but was happy with Falk. If
 Jewison had made the film, he planned the opening scene
 with an immigrant carrying a sick child up the stairs of a
 tenement building.
 William Goldman, author of the book, said he's not good
 on sets and related the story of how, even though he wrote
 the scene in both the book and the script, when he saw
 Buttercup's dress catch fire, he shrieked, "Her dress is on
 firel" effectively ruining the scene.
 Westley's mustache was Cary Elwes' idea, he thought it
 would give the character swashbuckling flair.
 During the scene between Westley and the Six-fingered
 Man, Cary Elwes told Christopher Guest to go on and hit
 him; Guest clocked him on the head so hard that Elwes had
 to go to the hospital.
 The shots of the Cliffs of Insanity are a mix of matte
 paintings and the actual location: the Cliffs of Moher in
 County Clare, Ireland.
 When he wrote the book, Goldman envisioned André the
 Giant in the role of Fezzik.
 you should probably go to TheMetaPicture.com
lolzandtrollz:Something You Probably Didn’t Know About The Princess Bride

lolzandtrollz:Something You Probably Didn’t Know About The Princess Bride

princess bride: did you know? didyouknowblog.com You can't sink in quicksand. While it's easy to get stuck in and hard to get out of, it's impossible to sink because it acts as a fluid twice as heavy as water, and you aren't dense enough to go under. It liquifies the more you disturb it, sco as long as you don't panic, you'll only sink to about half your body length Photo Credit: imgbuddy didyouknowblog.com therapybegins: shadowkat678: iretrotech: imperialfistsspacemarine: mojave-red: absorbednebula: mojave-red: kompanie-mutter: keyhollow: perkachow: keyhollow: kokolokos: haywood-you-stop-that: ladyfabulous: did-you-kno: Let’s review. YEP. NOPE. Yuh huh. Nuh uh. Source Growing up in the 80s and early 90s really made quicksand a thing to be feared. Your only real danger from quicksand is getting stuck in a tidal area and drowning when the tide comes in the fear is back There’s also that dry quicksand shit What makes dry quicksand different? It dry idk why you used that Princess Bride gif when that’s clearly lightning sand These people don’t know the difference between Lightning Sand, Pea Sand, Pebble Sand, Drum Sand, Glass Sand, Moist Sand, Shadow Sand, Rice Sand, Fine Sand, Dusty Sand, Chipped Sand, Grit Sand, Crystal Sand, Glow Sand and Scrape Sand.   I’m not even going to try to pretend I know more than half of those Lightning Sand is actually sand that’s been struck by lightning and makes glass. Pea sand is sand that is not quite the size of peas but close. Happens mostly where sandstone cliffs get a lot of upward and sideways winds over thousands of years, breaks nodules off and rolls them into spheres. Pebble sand is irregular shaped grains about the size of pea sand. Drum sand is sand that actually vibrates when you either walk on it or the wind blows on it. The sand dune voice noises you hear are drum sand. Glass sand is sand made from glass fragments. Moist sand is sand that has water under it so you dig down and hit moist sand, it clumps. Shadow sand is sand that is black, usually made from lava flows that have been ground down to pumice. Rice sand is sand that has grains the size of rice grains. Fine sand is the sand you use for hourglasses and the like. Dusty sand is mostly dust with some fine grains, more or less powder. Chipped sand is sand that has chips of rock and other debris in it like sticks and bone. Grit sand is sand that is gritty enough to rub against itself and hear crunching. Crystal sand is sand that is made from quartz or other mineral crystals. Glow sand is yellow uranium sand, was used in Vaseline glass to make it yellow green. Called Vaseline glass because it has a look like it’s Vaseline. That’s the stuff I inhaled. Scrape Sand is sand is any sand being blown around fast enough to scrape paint or skin off something.  I live where there’s a lot of sand.  Reblog for all the various types of sand. You forgot the most deadly sand of all Gotta reblog again for that.
princess bride: did you know?
 didyouknowblog.com
 You can't sink in quicksand.
 While it's easy to get stuck
 in and hard to get out of, it's
 impossible to sink because it
 acts as a fluid twice as heavy
 as water, and you aren't dense
 enough to go under. It liquifies
 the more you disturb it, sco
 as long as you don't panic,
 you'll only sink to about half
 your body length
 Photo Credit: imgbuddy
 didyouknowblog.com
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Let’s review.
YEP.
NOPE.
Yuh huh.
Nuh uh.
Source


 Growing up in the 80s and early 90s really made quicksand a thing to be feared. 


Your only real danger from quicksand is getting stuck in a tidal area and drowning when the tide comes in


the fear is back


There’s also that dry quicksand shit

What makes dry quicksand different?


It dry

idk why you used that Princess Bride gif when that’s clearly lightning sand

These people don’t know the difference between Lightning Sand, Pea Sand, Pebble Sand, Drum Sand, Glass Sand, Moist Sand, Shadow Sand, Rice Sand, Fine Sand, Dusty Sand, Chipped Sand, Grit Sand, Crystal Sand, Glow Sand and Scrape Sand.  


I’m not even going to try to pretend I know more than half of those

Lightning Sand is actually sand that’s been struck by lightning and makes glass. Pea sand is sand that is not quite the size of peas but close. Happens mostly where sandstone cliffs get a lot of upward and sideways winds over thousands of years, breaks nodules off and rolls them into spheres. Pebble sand is irregular shaped grains about the size of pea sand. Drum sand is sand that actually vibrates when you either walk on it or the wind blows on it. The sand dune voice noises you hear are drum sand. Glass sand is sand made from glass fragments. Moist sand is sand that has water under it so you dig down and hit moist sand, it clumps. Shadow sand is sand that is black, usually made from lava flows that have been ground down to pumice. Rice sand is sand that has grains the size of rice grains. Fine sand is the sand you use for hourglasses and the like. Dusty sand is mostly dust with some fine grains, more or less powder. Chipped sand is sand that has chips of rock and other debris in it like sticks and bone. Grit sand is sand that is gritty enough to rub against itself and hear crunching. Crystal sand is sand that is made from quartz or other mineral crystals. Glow sand is yellow uranium sand, was used in Vaseline glass to make it yellow green. Called Vaseline glass because it has a look like it’s Vaseline. That’s the stuff I inhaled. Scrape Sand is sand is any sand being blown around fast enough to scrape paint or skin off something. 
I live where there’s a lot of sand. 


Reblog for all the various types of sand.


You forgot the most deadly sand of all


Gotta reblog again for that.

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