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This is the worst part in the “gift” of Ilúvatar

This is the worst part in the “gift” of Ilúvatar

This is the worst part in the "gift" of Ilúvatar

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  1. Death is just another path, one that we all must take. The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all turns to silver glass, and then you see it. White shores, and beyond, an endlessly looping LotR marathon.

  2. the grey rain-curtain turned all to silver glass and was rolled back, and he beheld…the extended extended editions.

  3. LOTR Trilogy: “Alas, that these evil days should be mine. The young perish and the old linger. That I should live to see that last days of my viewership.”

    Peter Jackson: “Your viewer’s deaths were not of your making.”

    LOTR Trilogy: “No franchise should have to bury its viewers.”

    Peter Jackson: “They were strong in life. Their spirits will find their way to the halls of Tolkien’s fans.”

  4. This is how I plan to go if it’s up to me to decide. Watching them with the last of my life and fading away with the credits.

    Like Theoden, go to the halls of my people. Because I don’t think I’ll get beyond the white shores. 😀

  5. If you believe in after life, you can watch it for inf. Amount of times,

    Heck they can even make a remastered version in heaven

  6. To be fair: Nobody knows the fate of men except Ilúvatar himself.
    It could just be watching the trilogy “for the first time” for eternity.

  7. Yeah on my death bed and when sam and Rosie go back inside with his irl daughter and the credits roll I’ll pull the fucking plug on myself and die happy.

  8. So do all who live to see such times. All we have to decide is how many times to watch it with the time that is given us.

  9. Question for the elves in the comments

    Y’all ever think the movies will get old? Crazy to think about, only a couple decades in. But a few thousand years is a long time.

    That’s the “gift” to me. I don’t see the films getting old in my lifetime.