Earlier this year, I spotted an amusing post by College Humor titled If The Internet Named Movies in which the author used common Internet acronyms in place of movie titles and doctored up the movie posters to match.
The post made me chuckle and I thought up a few of my own to add to the list. I’ve finally gotten around to mashing the movie posters to match, (what a job!), with the help of TypeNow.net and MoviePoster.com.
Every blockbuster movie deserves a sequel, so I’ve titled my post accordingly- If The Internet Named Movies Too. If some of the acronyms escape you, try a look up at the Urban Dictionary or the Internet Acronyms Dictionary.
Did I miss some? Add your suggestions in the comments and I’ll try to recreate them using the movie posters. Please Digg or tweet this post if you like it. Enjoy!
NB – Please note that all poster copyright belongs to Movieposter.com™
I don’t actually know what half these acronyms mean, but this is such a cute idea. I know this took a long time to do.
@Deborah – Glad you like it! There’s a couple of links at the top of the post to Acronym Dictionaries where you can look them up. Or simply comment on which ones you don’t get and I’ll spell ’em out
Ha, thanks for the laughs on a rainy, post-holiday Monday!
Hey there’s a problem with the blog using OPera the footer is weird :/
sweet blog mate, I must say
Soon to be followed by (if not already)…
“If the Internet Named Classic Books”