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M. Night Shyamalan (born Manoj Nelliyattu Shyamalan, August 6, 1970), is a pretty good film director, an okay film writer, an awful film actor, and a dick.
“Night” (a nickname that he dickishly gave to himself) burst on the American film scene with 1999’s The Sixth Sense, a movie with a contemporary supernatural story, set in Philadelphia, driven by a lead character experiencing a loss of faith, and climaxing with a twist ending. He then burst on the dick scene by recycling that exact same formula over and over again until audiences finally caught on years later. Somewhere along the line, he also decided that his convoluted plots don’t have to make sense or hold up to outside logic.

Ann Hart Coulter (born December 8, 1961) is an American conservative pundit, a syndicated columnist, a best-selling author, a frequent television and radio guest, a self-described “polemicist,” and a self-promoting dick. Best known for purveying hate, Coulter revels in the mass loathing she herself inspires, a delight so aberrational as to invite speculation that she may in fact be an alien life form. That, actually, would explain a lot.

Influenza, commonly referred to as the flu, is an infectious disease caused by RNA viruses, a deadly public health risk, and a dick.
The most common symptoms of the disease are chills, fever, sore throat, muscle pains, severe headache, coughing, complaining, whining, sneezing, and small panic attacks in your mom even though she lives in a different state and you're now an adult who is totally capable of taking care of themselves.

While influenza causes the death of hundreds of thousands of people each season, its most notable dick characteristic is that it makes you use up all of your sick days for the whole year, even the ones you were saving to sneak off during March Madness.

Cruelly, the flu targets weak and defenseless individuals, such as the elderly, helping to cement its villainous dick reputation. Many of influenza's sinister qualities, however, are slightly lessened when one considers that this global nightmare can be defeated merely by washing your hands and getting enough fluids.

The scientific term "influenza"—like pizza, organized crime, and Long Island—originated in Italy. It is derived from the Italian word "influenza," which means: "to drink a lot of ginger ale."