The SA Goons love discussing the latest Mad Max movie, from the enthusiastic thread "Fury Road was fucking insane" to the analytical dissection "The Fast and the Fury Road." Yet there hasn't been enough talk about the awesome character names, like Imperator Furiosa, Immortan Joe, Rictus Erectus, Cheedo the Fragile, and The Doof Warrior. Unwilling to wait for the sequels or an actual apocalypse for more Mad Max-style monikers, ilikedirt started creating/assigning his own!
in honor of mad max the film if u post in here i will tell u ur post apocalyptic name using my powerful psionic abilities
THE MAN FORTRESS
Hey now, I'm either JAWBONE or THE MAN FORTRESS. You gotta pick one, m8.
MASTURBATORUM JAWBONE, THE MAN FORTESS
ANIME IS BLOOD
Yeah, the names in that movie were pretty cool.
ilikedirtin the post apocalypse if u dont have a cool name, u aint gonna survive
a starwar betamax
No thanks op mad max is a comic book movie for toddlers
op what is your mad max name
yours is THE IRON BRIDE
Was surprised OP didn't just put "MAD" in front of every username.
THE BOTTLEBREAKER FROM BUTCHER'S HEAD
a hole-y ghost
say my name dirt man..
THE DUST COVERED REVOLVER TOTING LONE STRANGER OF THE DESERT AKA THE SAND GHOST
please keep in mind when u read these names out loud u have to shout them as loud as possible into a very echoey microphone before a crowd of mutants and lepers and midgets dressed in rags
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
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Dear god this was an embarrassment to not only this site, but to all mankind
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