You know what… caption this for me.
Also: I’m going to be adopting a somewhat regular TTS schedule.
Alright, let’s give this a try. Here’s what I’ll do: I’ll discuss the awesomenesses and antiawesomenesses of the person on three topics. These are appearance, achievements and shortcomings. For instance, Mr. T would be given an awesome appearance due to mohawk, gold chains and pure muscle, awesome achievements for countless things, one of which would be learning to speak dolphin, and he has only one shortcoming: allowing Sylvester Stallone to punch him, even if it was just for a movie. Because of this information, T would receive an awesome button:
and be placed under the “Awesome People” category as opposed to be given a not awesome button:
and being placed in the “Not Awesome People” category.
So with that in mind, let’s begin the first official S.P.L.H.C.S. Awesome or Not post!
But first, before you read any further, based on this picture, what do you think the verdict will be?
Here we see Napoleon Bonaparte crossing the Alps. Down in the corner there, he’s marked his territory or something. But I would like to share some information. This painting is a total lie. Jacques-Louis David paints dishonesty, you see. Napoleon did not cross the Alps on a horse. The horse handles badly in those situations.
Mental image: a horse speeding through a mountain pass, funny-looking Frenchman on his back. He takes a sharp turn, skids, falls and rolls along the ground until it catches on fire.
No, he crossed on a mule. But the French didn’t need to know that, so the idea of Napoleon crossing mountains on a horse is awesome, but overall, there’s one thing that takes away the awesome in the appearance category.
IF YOU’RE GOING TO FAKE A PAINTING, FAKE THE LOOSENESS OF YOUR PANTS.
Now onto achievements.
And those are what strike me the most. And unacheivements:
So the time had now come for my judgment.
Napoleon Bonaparte is…
There you have it! Hope you enjoyed this post. In fact…
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