Put it in the calendar, you’ve now got plans on Sunday at 8:30pm. We’re bringing Tropfest, the world’s largest short film festival, direct to your living room and your attendance is expected.
This guy looks like a five flavours lifesaver #ifyouaretheone— Erin Space (@erin_space) November 26, 2013
Jerry, ten years in Australia. Enjoys singing revolutionary songs #ifyouaretheone— Stephen (@mrgrumpystephen) November 26, 2013
#IfYouAreTheOne crime watch edition— Bintinique (@DomSequitur) November 26, 2013
You can grow back arms, but laptops are forever. #ifyouaretheone— Mark (@clothedvillainy) November 26, 2013
does nine have beer flavoured nipples or something #ifyouaretheone— eleanor robertson (@marrowing) November 26, 2013
Oh yeah let’s listen to the dominos pizza guy who says you don’t need to be able to swim to go diving #ifyouaretheone— Stephen (@mrgrumpystephen) November 26, 2013
Who would have thought working at Domino’s would be so desirable. #ifyouaretheone— syc (@syc008) November 26, 2013
He slices potatoes with such conviction. #ifyouaretheone— Tanaya Quadrivium (@tollplaza) November 26, 2013
Talking about Carbon Tax on #ifyouaretheone. Surreal.— Kathie (@slippycaff) November 26, 2013
My mum is investing too much emotion into this show #ifyouaretheone— Stephanie Hanna (@stephaniemhanna) November 26, 2013
the only thing missing on this one is the fedora #ifyouaretheone— eleanor robertson (@marrowing) November 26, 2013
The Face Mash
Suggested Use: After a Towering header
The High Five to Fist Bump Combo
Suggested Use: After a 30 Yard Missile
The Impressed Glasses Dip (Glasses Optional)
Suggested Use: After a special solo goal
The Hair-rection (AKA The Carlos Valderrama)
Suggested Use: After curling in a free kick
They have an appreciation for the classics though.
You can catch Jedward LIVE on #ThursdayFC tonight at 8:30pm - we’re fairly confident they’ll be pulling out at least one of these moves tonight.
NB. No corner flags were assaulted, sexually or otherwise, in the making of this article.
The Walking Dead comes to SBS2 tomorrow night at 9:30pm. Slow-tracked from Season 1.
Here’s to the dreamers…
Forever in our hearts
We bet you are tiger
1. This isn’t really a step - but this is what patient x looked like before his zombiefication.
2. Using torn up tissues and SFX Liquid latex you basically want to paper mache your face.
3. After the latex and tissue has dried you literally want to cut it up. Should go without saying, but when using scissors near one’s face caution should be exercised.
4. Go to town on the eye shadow.
5. Like really go to town on it…
6. Cotton buds and fake blood make a very good substitute for actual flesh wounds.
7. Fill out the wounds with a couple of different shades of red and purple blush
8. Apply fake blood liberally to face and clothing. Bonus tip - a spray bottle will give you a nice blood splatter
9. Makeup for the teeth that looks like you either have extremely poor dental hygiene or have been chewing on human flesh.
10. Bam, you’re transformation from from upstanding citizen to rotting abomination is complete.
Guaranteed to terrify small children and the elderly, you’ll look like you just stepped of the set of The Walking Dead, which coincidentally is coming to your screens (assuming you have it on SBS2) on November 19.
Special thanks to the excellent Adam Brady for donating his time to do this makeup.
Do the terms, shade, executive realness, tucking and hunty leave you scratching your head?
These witty and evocative phrases are part of everyday drag-vernacular and, thanks to Paris Is Burning and RuPaul, have managed to penetrate the mainstream.
Here we break down the dragcabulary so you can start werking it into your everyday lingo.
And remember ladies, don’t f**k it up!
Exclamation: Praise or commendation directed towards a drag queen.
CHARISMA, UNIQUENESS, NERVE AND TALENT:
Noun: The skill combo RuPaul looks for in the next drag superstar.
Noun: The process of transforming into drag.
Dragulate yourself here.
Noun: General over-the-top fabulousness and fierceness.
Adjective: To have a very feminine and convincing drag look (aka female realness.)
Noun: A term used to soften criticism; hunty is a cross between c**t and honey.
INTERIOR ILLUSIONS LOUNGE
Noun: The back stage area where contestants can untuck and unwind.
Noun: A girly, gossip session.
LIP-SYNC FOR YOUR LIFE
Exclamation: A last-ditch effort to impress RuPaul and avoid elimination.
NO T, NO SHADE:
Exclamation: With T referring to the truth, this term is used to mean “no disrespect.” (See Shade below)
Noun: To nail a particular look or act. Ie. Executive realness, country realness, Meryl Steep realness.
(Via) Season two’s Raven sporting some fierce executive realness.
Adjective: When someone looks so damn fabulous it makes you feel sick.
Noun: A sassy, discreet insult.
SHANTÉ, YOU STAY
Exclamation: A catch phrase used by RuPaul, meaning, “you’re still in the race.”
Exclamation: Antonym to “Shante, You Stay”; meaning you’re eliminated from the race.
Verb: To hide one’s penis and testicles to create the illusion of female genitalia. A tuck is often held by duct tape or tight underwear.
Verb: To put in effort to impress and achieve results.
So, we know RuPaul can werk, but can she twerk?
Who will be the next drag superstar? Find out in the season one finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race, Saturday Oct 19 at 8:35pm on SBS2.
The extravaganza continues with season two, starting Saturday November 2 at 8:45pm on SBS2.
Catch-up episodes NOW via SBS OnDemand.