The sun is shining, God of War is up and running, and it’s FA Cup semi-final day. I don’t want to seem like I’m exaggerating when I say this is the greatest day in the history of our species, but it truly is the greatest day ever.
Prediction: Goals for Sanchez, Pogba and Smalling give United what looks like an easy trip back to Wembley for the final until the review board awards all three goals to Harry Kane. London explodes. Literally. Local governments dissolve in the power vacuum. Feral bands of pensioners roam the streets, hunting teenagers. Cannibalism becomes the norm. Those with the foresight to leave the British Isles during these times have their planes shot down and their boats sunk by the U.N. The country becomes a toxic wasteland and is erased from all maps and is never spoken of again. Back at work on Monday, everybody feels a tiny bit foolish. 0-0 United.
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Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013)
That the only vaguely good parts of this film are the cameos says a lot about how terrible this film is and that the actual legend of Ron Burgundy should never have been tarnished with an appalling sequel. That aside, pretty good.
Prediction: I’ve seen United play Cmonyouspuuuurs a lot of times and sometimes United have won these games and sometimes they have lost them. Other times the result has been a draw. If I had to stick my neck out and predict an actual result, I’d say that one of those three outcomes is extremely likely. 0-0 United.
With the second place EPL title already sewn up, unless it’s not, United can afford to show the whole world exactly what we’re made of: I’m putting a tenner on Unsalted Rice Cakes.
Prediction: Fellaini to start and, in spite of himself, become the FA Cup Hero who scores the best goal in FA Cup History with a volleyed elbow from 387 yards out. 0-0 United.