3 shells in demolition man

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3 shells in demolition man

Demolition Man by Robert Tine

59th - 2011

Nggak pernah tertarik nonton filmnya, mungkin karena bukan fan Stallone. Tapi pas baca novelnya, nggak nyangka kocak banget ceritanya... khususnya gegar budaya yang dialami tokoh utamanya, John Spartan, polisi LA yang dibekukan sejak tahun 1996 dan baru dibangunkan lagi tahun 2032...

Daftar hal-hal yang ilegal tahun 2032: alkohol, rokok, kafein, olahraga keras, daging, ucapan kasar, coklat, bensin, mainan tak mendidik, semua yang pedas-pedas...

weleh-weleh-weleh..., makan sambal aja bisa-bisa ditangkap polisi!

Di masa depan John Spartan mendapati bahwa Arnold Schwarzenegger pernah jadi presiden, wkwkwk... padahal waktu film ini rilis, Ahnuld belum jadi gubernur. Mungkin lebih lucu kalo disebut yang pernah jadi presiden adalah Sylvester Stallone...

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DEMOLITION MAN Predictions That Actually Came True

Ever since I saw the movie " Demolition Man ", I've felt like there was something missing from my life. No, not glow rods
Robert Tine

Demolition Man: the origins of the three sea shells revealed

It's the question that's haunted filmgoers since Demolition Man was released in - how exactly do the Three Seashells work? Sylvester Stallone had something of a career lull in the early s, experiencing a string of failures that included Rocky V , Oscar , and the infamous Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot. He managed to turn this around with the success of 's Cliffhanger and the futuristic action movie Demolition Man. In Demolition Man Stallone plays John Spartan, a tough, rule-breaking cop who is framed for a crime and cryogenically frozen for 40 years.

There's an argument that suggests the closest Sylvester Stallone ever really came to playing Judge Dredd wasn't in the film of the same name, but in his earlier sci-fi action film, Demolition Man. It's not a brilliant argument, but it's an argument nonetheless. But one of the residing mysteries of it centres on, well, the toilet. More specifically, the three sea shells that have replaced toilet paper in the future. Whilst we're no closer to working out how the three sea shells work, we do now know where the idea came from. And his paraphrased reply? I'm trying to come up with futuristic things you'd find in there.

It's been a mystery that's dogged film fans since "Demolition Man" was first released in How do you use the three seashells? And now, finally, "Gravity" star Sandra Bullock has given us the answer. First, a bit of background for those of you who haven't seen the classic action flick: After being accused of crimes committed by Simon Phoenix Wesley Snipes , super-cop John Spartan Sylvester Stallone is cryogenically frozen. He's eventually thawed out in to help take down a returned Snipes. Stallone teams up with Sandra Bullock's clean-cut future cop, and naturally, cultures clash. One moment that's stuck with fans for years: after exiting a bathroom Stallone asks why there's no toilet paper, and only three seashells on a shelf. And then they all laugh, and laugh

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The Three Seashells are a mysterious set of seashells which have replaced toilet tissue in the science fiction action film Demolition Man. Online , many fan theories have arisen attempting to explain the function of the shells. On October 8th, , the film Demolition Man was released, in which the protagonist John Spartan played by Sylvester Stallone expresses confusion when he discovers that toilet tissue has been replaced by three seashells after awakening 36 years in the future shown below. The proper use of the seashells is never explained in the film. In , the Internet humor site I-Mockery [4] published an infographic with instructions on using the three seashells. In August, the artist Tailsteak [5] published a blog post which speculated how the seashells could be used. I actually really love that line, "he doesn't know how to use the three seashells!

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. It only takes a minute to sign up. I know that this was really just meant to be a joke in the movie, but that makes me wonder: why seashells, and how are they supposed to work? Did the writers just pick out an absurd word at random, or did they actually have something in mind that got cut from the final version? Any description here is going to border on the crude and will offend at least one person out there, so here it is, in spoiler notation don't blame me if you mouse-over it! The original idea the writers had was you use two shells to pull and gently extract fecal matter from your body and use the third to scrape and remove what's left.

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  1. How did the "three seashells" work in Demolition Man? - Science Fiction & Fantasy Stack Exchange

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