Fight Club is a crappy movie from 1999 about a weedy, friendless, lisping yuppie who loses his mind and makes up an imaginary friend to be his butch buddy. Instead of becoming an hero like you wish he would, he becomes the world's greatest street fighter by fighting the imaginary friend. With a believable plot like that, Anonymous was destined to be drawn to it very early on, even designing the rules of the internet after the rules of Fight Club. Tyler Durden is worshiped as a 13 year old boy's ubermensch and strides to be a handsome anti-christ just like him despite the fact Durden is most likely doing it for the lulz. Said fanboys also listen to poser-punk rock and has never picked up a book despite worshiping Fight Club like their bible. Also expect said fanboys to spurt Fight Club quotes when their parents tells them to stop being ungrateful and do the laundry or when a teacher gives them detention for talking back. Non-conformist conformists love this movie, which is ironic as it reveals how fucking useless they are.
In fact, some confused anonymous seem to think /b/ is Fight Club and never stop posting screen shots and quotes from the movie. These people were the original, undetected melanomas who grew into the cancer that is killing /b/. Memes from the movie that have been adopted by /b/'s fanbois as their own include Rules 1 and 2, the names "project" and "operation" for raids, and spam threads with newfags reposting "His name is Robert Paulson" in between sagebombs and challenges to the power five.
It's a good movie, and you learn valuable lessons on how to terrorize movie goers and make your own soap. The ending makes New Yorkers especially feel like they've been raped because it is vaguely reminiscent of 9/11, except for the motives: in the movie they make the buildings collapse to free people from credit-card debt but on 9/11 they did it for the insurance.
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- You do not talk about FIGHT CLUB.
- You DO NOT talk about FIGHT CLUB.
- If someone says stop, goes limp, or taps out, the fight is over.
- Only two guys to a fight.
- One fight at a time.
- No shirts, no shoes.
- Fights will go on as long as they have to.
- If this is your first night at FIGHT CLUB, you HAVE to fight.
Fight Club the book was written by Chuck Palahniuk while he was recovering from a severed testicle he received while fucking his ass with a vacuum-cleaner hose with the cleaner switched on. As Palahniuk was living in Oregon at the time, and masturbation and/or working on trucks was out of the question due to his injury, he wrote Fight Club as a way to deal with his feelings. For teh lulz he submitted the book for publication and it was promptly rejected by every publisher who laid eyes on it. Fortunately for him, Fox somehow got their hands on a copy of it and being the great arbiters of taste they are decided to make it into a movie.
Chuck Palahniuk is a well known flaming homofag and he serves up his faggotry throughout this movie. In the very first scene, we see the main character resting his weary head between the bitch tits of his fat butt buddy. In later scenes, we see him taking baths together with his naked imaginary twink friend where they discuss how women are completely unnecessary. This is incorrect because women fill an important role in being cumdumpsters and in preparing food, unless of course you are a faggot like Palahniuk.
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You can also troll fight club fans by refering to the main character as Jack. This always makes them rage and try to prove you wrong on the internet.
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- Fight Club on IMDb
- The Cult - Forum dedicated to Chuck Palahniuk and his novels, including Fight Club.
- Fanpop page - Fansite for the movie.
- Unofficial fan site
- Official site for the movie, not too bad
- They still have a great download: make this the wallpaper on your computer at work! You wouldn't be the only one. If you can't trim out the Fox link for yourself, you don't deserve it.
- Fucktard tries to imitate Fight Club by attempting to bomb Starbucks.
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