EAT, PRAY…LIST.

Continuity Errors and Other Mistakes in the Film Eat Pray Love

BY AUSTIN SIDLEY

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At a restaurant in Rome, Liz (Julia Roberts), orders spaghetti carbonara, which is prepared without tomatoes. In the following scene they are served pasta with tomato sauce.

In the scene where Liz (Julia Roberts) and Richard (Richard Jenkins) are sharing a soda (Thumbs-up), from one angle, the two umbrellas in the drink are open. In another, they are closed.

While eating pizza margherita at a restaurant in Naples, Liz’s friend, Sophie (Tuva Novotny) complains of recently putting on twenty pounds and that her stomach now comes over the top of her pants. Liz (Julia Roberts) identifies this as a “muffin top” and claims to have one herself. Julia Roberts has never had a muffin top.

Liz (Julia Roberts) travels for a year with a single duffle bag for luggage, but somehow wears no fewer than sixty-seven perfectly coordinated outfits. At no point is the bag described as magically enchanted and capable of holding an unlimited number of items.

At the ashram in India, pilgrims are encouraged to improve their mental health and spiritual lives through a process of self-improvement of meditation and contemplation. This can actually only be achieved with anti-depressant pharmaceuticals.

When Liz (Julia Roberts) meets Felipe (Javier Bardem) in Bali, they engage in romantic flirtation without having sexual intercourse for at least three weeks. In reality, once Javier Bardem expresses romantic interest in someone, the duration until sexual intercourse is measured in minutes.

Throughout the movie, Liz (Julia Roberts) and others pray to God. There is no God.”
Found here.

JIGGA OR JESUS?

Jehovah or J-Hova?

BY KATE McINTYRE AND JOE AGUILAR

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1. In the beginning was the word.

2. My balls and my word is all I have.

3. The ruler’s back.

4. Behold, the Lion of the Tribe of Judah.

5. I’m a beast.

6. Chef, guess what I cooked? We baked a lot of bread and kept it off the books.

7. He took the five loaves and the two fish, and looking up to heaven, he blessed them.

8. He who does not feel me is not real to me.

9. But whoever denies me before men, I will also deny him.

10. When kingdom come, you ready?

11. Let the trumpets blow.

12. If the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the battle?

13. Take the plank out of your own eye.

14. Get that dirt off your shoulder.

15. He without sin shall cast the first stone.

16. The number one cause of death is money.

17. The love of money is the root of all kinds of evil.

18. In time, I’ll take away your miseries and make them mine.

19. The punishment that brought us peace was upon him, and by his wounds we are healed.

20. Lucifer, dawn of the morning, I’m going to chase you out of Earth.

21. The meek shall inherit the earth.

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IT’S AYSO TIME, PEOPLE.

Potential Nicknames for the Star Player on My Son’s Soccer Team.

(originally found here.)

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Mauricio the Magnificent

El Pompadour

The Puerto Rican Pelé

Jackass Ball Hog

The Apparent One-Man Show

Mr. What Kind of 5-Year-Old Has Facial Hair?

The Ringer Suspected of Juicin’ in His Mommy’s SUV Before the Game

Seriously, the Boy Has Pubes

Le Stealer of Le Fucking Ball From His Own Le Fucking Teammates

The Boy Who’d Better Stop Pissing Off the Snack Mom

Jesus, Will You Pass It Already?

The Kid Whose Ass Will Be Kicked by My Kid Come T-Ball Season