Making Sense Out of Fiction

A friend of mine showed me an article where the author developed something he called “the pixar theory”. The theory tries to explain how every pixar movie is within the same universe and are all connected. To me, that is a perfect example of someone with way too much time on the hands and trying way too hard to earn people’s approval of his intelligence.

I hate that I'm using this picture so many times but it's just so appropriate to what I'm saying.

I hate that I’m using this picture so many times but it’s just so appropriate to what I’m saying.

So you can chain together similarities between all the movies, big whop.You know what else is similar between all the movies? They’re all animated with computers, they’re all the stories born from human imagination, and they’re all fiction. Fiction means that it’s not real, which means that ANYTHING can happen. If anything can happen, then you can explain anything you want, as long as you want to.

I want to cover myself with snow and freeze half to death to take a artsy picture.

I want to cover myself with snow and freeze half to death to take a artsy picture.

As a creator of stories and things, I like to throw in cameos from my other works just for fun and no other reason whatsoever. Even if pixar claims to have had plans all along, it doesn’t mean it’s true. What do you think a big company would want to do? Would they want to borrow a fan idea, alter it and make it into their own, have that fan shit his pants with joy, and gain free publicity? Or would they rather call that fan a dumbass douche that needs to spend his time doing more important things?

Or do less important things like holding up a fake book about red squares that I'm not even reading because I'm too busy staring at the camera.

Or do less important things like holding up a fake book about red squares that I’m not even reading because I’m too busy staring at the camera.

Have you ever seen an accomplished scientist come up with these extensive movie theories? No, because they’re spending their time doing more important things. If coming up with these theories is so brilliant, why doesn’t the person use that brilliance to actually do something… brilliant.

Do something brilliant like pretending to read a smart book. Look at me, I'm totally reading it. Look how I'm adjusting my glasses because that's how smart people read.

Do something brilliant like pretending to read a smart book. Look at me, I’m totally reading it. Look how I’m adjusting my glasses because that’s how smart people read.

Sorry if I sounded a little harsh on some people. I don’t think I’m better than you or anything. It’s just that I’m an attention-craving bum myself so I know one when I see one.

We don't need to know how to spell because we're hot.

We don’t need to know how to spell because we’re hot.

7 thoughts on “Making Sense Out of Fiction

  1. This blog is great. Many of your posts are plain hilarious, and the pictures you choose for each article fit so well (some fit so well, you use them multiple times). That’s why I’m nominating you for the Shine On Award, a community award that recognizes great blogs. All you have to do is write a post about it and list seven facts about yourself people may not know. As well, nominate 15 other blogs you really like reading. Thanks for the great posts and keep it up!

  2. Oh wow.. You’re trying way too hard to get that Cracked style of writing, and you’re failing miserably at it.

    Also you don’t seem to even have anything to say in this article than that the Pixar-theory guy is stupid for spending time on something like that. What a shitty article. You should follow your own advice and actually do something brilliant instead of writing bad articles.

  3. This article was a waste of time. At least the Pixar Theorist was able to entertain me with his intelligence.
    That’s how people become rich. Through being smart and creating something compatible with everyone. They make stories, movies, games, technology, etc.
    People who write things like this get a couple of likes on Facebook. Which usually come from others that simply don’t have the brainpower to understand or enjoy the thing they oppose.

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