They’re seeing a movie about a font?
It’s actually a pretty good movie.
If only it were about Arial.
It’s all about the comic sans, dude.
No, man, Tahoma is where it’s at.
Times New Roman Thank You Very Much!
*slicks back hair, puts on glasses and formal attire, removes shoes*
If I want a formal font with serifs, I’ll stick with real fonts like Times New Roman, thank you very much.
*sips Crystal Pepsi*
Crystal Pepsi! I miss you!
I got that one!
… A year later, but still.
Cinema Snob. Nice.
Alright, this Arial comment sounds like a clue. So the movie is not Little Mermaid. What other Disney movies came out in May 2007? Looking in IMDB, I think the answer is: Pirates of the Carribean: At World’s End
Did I get it? Do u get a lollipop? Or am I barking up the wrong tree completely? Or meowing up the incorrect sagebrush?
*I*. Do *I* get a lollipop. Typing on the iPhone at high speed can be hazardous.
Wingdings, ‘nough said.
It’s all about the Deja Vu Sans
Might I suggest Tempus Sans…? It’s a personal favorite.
Wow, I just checked that and discovered that was the font I used on my MSN in my old computer. Thanks, wanted to know which font it was.
So, he has a Gilmore Girls t-shirt that only says “Gilmore Girls” but doesn’t have any sort of descripion of them?
That’s like me having a Batman t-shirt that said “Batman” instead of having the bat symbol or a picture of batman. Or maybe a preceding “I’m “.
Unless the Gilmore Girls have an emblem, that is the worst analogy I’ve ever heard.
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