Why you shouldn’t trust Jim Carrey

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Even publishing this article is a danger to myself and others around. All one should know is beware. No one is safe, especially very unfortunate orphans.

 

Carrey started my suspicions in The Number 23, a truly shocking film with sequences of him yelling numbers out and doing some basic to advanced arithmetic as the film progresses. Much like his character at the start of the film, I was dismissive of the Carrey conspiracy, but after some research (I say some, this has been life consuming), I became hooked.

He wowed every one with his impressive wackiness in The Mask, Ace Ventura and one of the batman films that was still camp, but not Adam West era camp. But this was just a riddling mask of animalistic excellence (if you’ll excuse the pun).

One of the most dangerous men living

See, your intrepid reporter began to slowly realise that Carrey was in control of all the roles. He just keep playing it the same way. In face, 23 was the only film that seemed to have control of him, because, as any good investment banker will know, numbers are power. See below the shocking evidence:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ktbhw0v186Q Observe the Demonic head movement.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phWOcrG7sCQ The Mask

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VarlV8dP6ak The Grinch

Suspiciously identical right? There was only one answer. But I had to find it.

In 2006, a film version of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events was released in cinemas. Two years later the markets collapsed. Only a year after that Michael Jackson died. in 2005, Lemony Snicket was seen laughing in a trendy cafe somewhere on the East coast of America at a joke concerning the contents of a particular actor’s briefcase. No more details or links exist between these events other than one constant thread. Jim Carrey.

Carrey without shoes on, showing some of his true body

 

 

 

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