Wait, Dr. Wu, I have a chart to show you…hold on…I put it…somewhere…
Everyone knows Ian Malcolm. There’s even fan fiction literotica about him. It was like shooting fish in a barrel, I know, I know.
But there’s a character in the book whose role is severely diminished in the movie, and he’s like, an unsung hero of Jurassic fucking Park. Really unsung, because he uhm MADE ALL THE DINOSAURS.
Without Dr. Wu, the story would have ended with a delusional old man with a mosquito cane.
About Dr. Henry Wu
- child prodgy
- studied at MIT
- chief geneticist at JP
- Not much of a social life
- because he spends most of his time uhm making dinosaurs
- is primarily out to make a name for himself
- you know, be famous as the dude who cloned dinosaurs
- which is pretty panty-removeworthy as it is
- When Malcolm says the scientists are more worried about if they COULD
- than if they SHOULD
- clone dinosaurs
- Wu is pretty much the definition of that.
- He’s focused on his work right up until the end
- when a raptor jumps on him and eats him.
- Yes, in the book, he dies
- A genius
- who clones dinosaurs
- I mean, do we need to really know anything else?
- in the book he actually does have the foresight
- to try to engineer the dinosaurs to be slower
- but Hammond is like LOL no.
- But Wu isn’t a moron
- He just has a moron boss
- NO KIDS
- that’s really important, everyone
- I don’t want no baby mama drama
- Or ex drama
- Which Wu seems to have none of since he just is smart and clones dinosaurs.
- No sense of humor
- I mean, maybe it’s hard to have a sense of humor on raptor fucking island
- But like, Wu never cracks a smile, man.
- it’s all dinos, cloning, oh wow they’re breeding, oh crap I’m dead
- like, when is it going to be about ME?
- He lacks a sense of the big picture
- Like, if Ian Malcolm is all about ethics and big picture
- Wu is the opposite
- so focused on the task at hand
- like tunnel vision focused on the task at hand
- right until a raptor is eating his ass
- So like, booksmart, not streetsmart
I’d hit that, if I could get him away from dinosaurs for more than fifteen minutes. But I get it, he wants to be a famous scientist forever.
Also, don’t tell Ian Malcolm. He might get jealous. Actually, he probably wouldn’t. Wait, why am I worried about the feelings of fictional characters?
The best thing: Wu’s queue is shorter than Malcolm’s. I’m behind Dilophosaurus. Rating: BIEN SEXXI.
As a kid, Jurassic Park was more than just my favorite movie — I think at one point it was my legal guardian. The paperwork is fuzzy.
Ian Malcolm’s character in the movie is pretty true to his character in the book. They made some people a lot worse in the film. But let’s take a look, shall we?
About Ian Malcolm
- famous chaos theory mathematician
- like, a rock star of math.
- I’m already sold
- is brought to Jurassic Park to endorse/not endorse the park
- wears all black
- because he can’t be bothered with clothes
- has multiple kids with multiple women
- is always on the lookout for the next ex-Mrs. Malcolm.
- He’s trapped on raptor fucking island.
- ability to predict everything that is going to happen
- and be snarky and sarcastic
- even in the face of death
- …although if I was really being eaten by a t-rex and some dude was like ‘I TOLD YOU SO’
- I would probably kill him
- but it works well here.
- the multiple kids, multiple wives thing is a bummer
- but he’s rich, right?
- so he probably hasn’t completely abandoned them?
- In both books, Malcolm’s MO is pretty much
- ‘get hurt, take morphine, ramble about chaos theory.’
- he’s way, way more heroic in the movies.
- Just sayin’.
I’m definitely in line to be the next ex-Mrs. Malcolm. I’m number 8930. Take a ticket and get behind me. Rating: BIEN SEXXI.
Her ass isn’t THAT flat, I guess.
Just in case you need directions on how to fuck up a relationship (being a teenage boy who pumps lots of iron seems to have something to do with it) then read “This is How You Lose Her” by Junot Diaz.
Here’s the text from “Miss Lora” if you need to try before you buy.
About Unnamed Teenage Boy, called UTB from here on
- sixteen years old (like Pi Patel!)
- brother dead from cancer
- but the brother was a cheater.
- like their dad.
- lives in a generally bad area
- and he’s not really expected to go to college
- and do stuff with his life
- but he lifts lots of weights and tries to be a good boyfriend
- and get laid.
- he has a girlfriend named Paloma
- who won’t have sex with him
- because she’s college-bound and she’s worried that UTB is a muscular anchor
- who will impregnate her
- and ruin her life and she’ll be another statistic and all that happy stuff
- UTB is also obsessed with sci-fi and the apocalypse
- like the movie “Red Dawn.”
- and a single older woman in the neighborhood is hitting on him
- but she has no tits and ass.
- but she’s kinda interested in his mind and life
- and not just his dick.
Basically, if you want to lose her, you can cheat on her, ignore her, don’t stick up for her while your brother bangs her, make sure she’s much older than you so things can never get serious, or let her get her teeth knocked out by chick gangs. This is pretty much what I learned from this book.
- Seems to be smart and in generally good shape
- tries really hard to go down on Paloma
- but she doesn’t let him…what?
- she must not really know how pregnancy works
- I mean, not giving up the pussy, I can understand, but not even oral?
- I mean, REALLY?
- This part of the story kind of annoyed me, if you can’t tell
- Very idealistic
- and romantic
- and ultimately he is college bound!
- and willing to date a bald girl in college
- he seems innocent enough, but he does end up cheating on Paloma with the old lady
- which I guess I could forgive because he’s sixteen
- and she’s in her thirties
- and she’s kinda raping/taking advantage of him
- and he’s just a horny teenager.
- but you know, he whines about what a piece of crap his dad and brother were, and goes and does the same thing
- although I get the feeling he’ll grow out of those issues
- very premature ejaculation during sex.
- And he’s obsessed with “Red Dawn.”
- That counts as two strikes
- like, more than the whole cheating thing.
Since Paloma ended their long relationship the moment she went away to college, his infidelity doesn’t seem too bad. He definitely didn’t seem to be stringing Paloma along — UTB was clearly a placeholder for her until she could find the dude she really wanted.
It’s a little sad that he was taken advantage of by the old lady, but you can really see UTB is going to grow up into a great bf. Sorry you were treated like crap, UTB, better luck next time. Call me when you’re 30. Rating: bien sexxi.
Please do NOT attack the windmills.
Homer Simpson in Season 4, New Kids on the Block can tell you all you really need to know about Don Quixote:
Homer: This is my quest. I’m like that guy. That Spanish guy.
You know, he fought the windmill…
Marge: Don Quixote?
Homer: No, that’s not it. What’s-his-name, the Man of La Mancha.
Marge: Don Quixote.
Marge: I really think that was the character’s name. Don Quixote.
Homer: Fine! I’ll look it up! [heads off and consults a reference]
Marge: [annoyed] Well, who was it?
Homer: [quietly fuming] Never mind.
I’m much more interested in his servant, Sancho Panza.
- His boss is an idiot
- but he gets a paycheck
- and potentially an island, but that will probably never happen
- like when someone promises you you’ll get a share of a company someday
- if it’s ever publicly traded
- like that, only the 1605 equivalent.
- and Sancho doesn’t have much better to do
- so he goes along with it
- Has to follow his idiot boss around
- while riding a little donkey
- as Don Quixote runs around and tries to prove his little boy jerkoff dreams of heroism
- You can hear how annoyed he is when he’s talking to Don Quixote
- it’s like that Dilbert, “I’m mocking you and you are too stupid to get it” style
- He writes home to his wife
- and is faithful to her while he follows his boss around and makes sure he doesn’t die.
- He’s the practical one asking all the real questions, like “what are you doing?”
- and “when am I getting paid?”
- and “what are you doing?”
- in the end, he’s just a working dude who can’t get a break
- His last name indicates that he has a belly
- so his body is likely not great.
- Kind of passive, I was craving that moment when he just gets tired of it all
- and quits and destroys everything
- Office Space style
He’s funny and practical, but these two things never gave me an orgasm. Get a little more ambition and yell at your boss for attacking windmills, and then we’re in business. Rating: POTENTIALLY SEXXI.
Meditating with a tiger NBD SMH LOL.
I’m sure you all know the basics of Life of Pi, even if you’ve just seen the cover of the book. Big blue ocean. One boat. A boy and a tiger. It’s not a complicated plot, but, like anything in this world, there’s still just enough room for a pervert like me to have an opinion.
About Pi Patel
- sixteen years old
- son of a zookeeper
- well-off, but manages not to be a dick about it
- spiritual, deep, but not spoiled, like an artist with a trust fund he can’t touch until he’s 35
- Stranded at sea on a shitty lifeboat
- without too much know-how
- or supplies
- and his family is dead
- OH AND DID I MENTION THERE’S A TIGER WITH HIM.
- HE PUTS THE TIGER’S NEEDS FIRST.
- Like food and water and stuff. He doesn’t have sexual relations with the tiger.
- But I’m sure that tendency translates into other areas.
- Realizes that he needs the tiger too
- and they develop this beautiful relationship where the tiger’s senses alert Pi to danger
- like on that island that eats you in your sleep
- and turns your teeth into flowers
- and they eventually trust each other to live in the same boat
- it’s just such a beautiful relationship
- Circus trainers who beat tigers into doing tricks just don’t get it
- THEY JUST DON’T WANT TO PUT IN THE EFFORT
- oh yeah and he’s pretty deep and spiritual and wise and stuff like that
- and he has survival skills
- and clearly relationship skills
- more impressively, he retains his relationship skills in a survival situation
- he has like three religions
- and I have none
- so raising our kids would be really difficult
- and it would have to be that serious, because this guy definitely doesn’t hook up.
- he possibly hallucinated the whole tiger thing
- so yeah he uhm might be prone to some PTSD or shell shock or severe emotional fuckeduppery.
At the end, he did have a wife and children, so I’ll take that as proof that he doesn’t hallucinate and murder people in his sleep. With machetes. Rating: bien sexxi.
Also, I think I should tell all of you that I’m married to Pi now. Not literally, but spiritually. Like how nuns marry Jesus. Just letting you know.
He looks pretty good, right? It’s all downhill from here.
When you write about yourself, or somehow try to portray yourself, you’re mainly trying to portray how you want others to see you. Autobiographies are a form of vanity. Other examples include Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and basically everything I do.
Tucker Max wants people to know how he fucks lots of stupid women. So I’m going to analyze the sexiness of this character. The character that he wants to be. In the book.
About Tucker Max
- he went to college
- he’s a pickup artist, basically
- he gets famous for having sex with lots of women
- and since he’s famous for having sex with lots of women
- lots of women want to have sex with him
- this book basically makes women look bad.
- attracts the bottom of the barrel
- like, failed strippers
- with tattoos of maggots on their vaginas
- and women who will suck dick
- WHILE the guy is taking a shit
- apparently that activity has a proper name
- but it shouldn’t, because WTF?
Nice guys like this one will read Tucker Max’s book and fall victim to the idea that nice guys finish last and then take up negging and that is a fate more tragic than, like, starvation.
- he actually seems to have a conscience
- like, he knows raping children is bad
- and he’s willing to take them to the bus stop and buy them froyo.
- and he doesn’t see virgins as appealing
- which is nice because he doesn’t have a double standard when it comes to sex
- and he does want to have a real relationship someday
- with like, an emotionally stable woman who won’t just sleep with him for the chance to do his laundry
- yes, he has women who are willing to come over to do his laundry
- and then have sex with him
- like he’s doing them this huge favor
- he has money
- he had midget sex
- and I’m short, so that’s a plus for me
- he does seem moderately intelligent
- but emotionally manipulative.
- he’s already killed all chances of this miracle girl loving him
- because she just has to read this book
- or look at the cover
- and then she will run away
- he’s willing to publish his sexual history with you
- he probably has radiation dick from x-ray sex
- yes, x-ray sex.
- he engages in negging to pick up girls
- negging is, like, backhanded compliments to make women feel insecure
- and he like, openly plays games with women’s emotions
- even though he can spot that they’re needy
- and then he’s like “what, if they want to fuck me that’s their problem”
I’m sure Karma will make sure that this guy will have all slutty daughters. This is a hilarious read, but if you let this guy’s dick anywhere near you, you will probably have all of the STDs. Like, all of them. Rating: hilarious, but a BONER-KILLER.
Also, if you use negging to pick up girls, you should probably have your dick removed. You don’t deserve something so beautiful.
I was into saying ‘I was into that before it was cool’ before it was cool.
If you’re here because you’re in some Honors English class or you think you’re a genius deep middle schooler, I’m probably going to disappoint you. Holden sucks and here’s why.
About Holden Caulfield
- keeps getting kicked out of school
- rich-ass parents
- like not just in skin tone, but in general hipsterness
- like he probably graduated from NYU and moved to Brooklyn afterwards
- and opened an antique bicycle repair store.
- kicked out of school
- general vagabond-ry
- hates all institutions
- obsessed with this chick he made out with like, once
- can’t hold a train of thought
- he’s probably in a mental hospital?
- a mental hospital he can afford because his parents pay for everything.
I roll my own cigs and this jacket is vintage and so is my underwear and I only paid three bucks and when my dad dies I’m going to take the money I get from my trust fund and go to Alaska and write a travel blog about it.
- when I was 12, I probably would have said how deep and rebellious he was
- but now I am wiser and I realize he’s a whining white boy who has had everything paid for him
- which is particularly annoying because Sallie Mae now owns my first-born son
- so it’s hard to feel sympathy for this jackass
- but I digress.
- no future
- whining whining whining
- misplaces fencing equipment on the NYC subway
- like really, how do you do that?
- Can’t fuck a prostitute
- Can’t fight a pimp
- Can’t fight.
- this character spawned the hipster revolution, I’m sure. Do nothing, pay for nothing, complain about it.
- He probably cries after sex. Unconfirmed, but all signs point to Yes.
I think this has been scathingly clear. Rating: BONER-KILLER.
Learn more about why I hate Holden (added bonus of learning about my high school years in Plano, Texas, and other information you may not care about).
It’s like a mockumentary or something. At least, I think it’s fiction.
- official in South Africa
- notoriously emotionless
- but a genius
- created a plan to save humanity when the zombies took over
- but it kind of involved using refugees as human bait
- so that the smart, athletic people could survive
- went crazy after a hug
- he’s in a mental hospital
- because his psyche rejected a hug
- he refers to himself in the third person
- which is always unattractive.
- saved the world
- absolute genius
- hides his emotions deep deep down
- Nelson Mandela approved of his plan
- even if it did involve using human shields
- currently lives in a mental institution
- obviously has strong opinions regarding which people deserve to live
- so there’s kind of a class issue there
- since he doesn’t think everyone is created equal
- he isn’t very affectionate
- or loving
A hug drove him crazy. That means, deep down, he wants to be loved. I CAN CHANGE HIM MOMMY WHY DON’T YOU BELIEVE I CAN CHANGE HIM. Rating: FEMALE BONER.
Try not to uhm, die.
About Holmes (if that is your real name…Bart Simpson!)
- Pretends to be a pharmacist
- (and he has really blue eyes)
- so he can get people to trust him
- (did I mention his eyes were blue?)
- and then he kills them and sells their bodies to science
- (like, totally calm lake blue)
- likes to lure women into his hotel for the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893
- (seriously if the author mentions his blue eyes one more time I might chloroform myself)
- he really likes killing people
- that’s pretty much his biggest problem
- he also has a lot of debt and has like fifty names
- but the killing thing is pretty big
- the blue eyes, except when I got sick of hearing about them
- confident, a little grabby on the first date, but in a sexy way
- knows a lot about the law, particularly stuff about life insurance
- motivated (but uhm pretty much just to kill people)
- he believes in long bike rides, romantic evenings out, and letter-writing
- he killed his boyhood friend
- he killed his cats
- people around him tend to fall off rooftops
- after taking out life insurance policies
- and naming him benefactor
- you only leave his hotel if you’re in a box
- and the basement is a little hot
- ugh, and he only likes blondes
He killed his cats. The End. Rating: BONER-KILLER
This book also inspires me to learn more about George Ferris, the dude who made the Ferris Wheel. What, you know he’s gotta be romantic.