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Hehe, always good, always on point. There was a fourth wall breach in the cheat-chuck sequence. Whatsit got *on the camera*... hahaha.


True dat, but I wouldn't really consider it a "fourth wall breach". Big-screen movies always have scenes with an excess of water or gore, in which water or blood splashes on "the camera". I don't mind seeing that at all, in fact, I think it adds to the experience. It gives me a better sense of realism. Of course, what I just described could easily be a fourth wall breach, it all depends on how you look at it.

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This was good. That.. that's about it.

The commercial at the end was made of lmao.

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Have you ever searched for lmao on this forum?

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It's been used a far few times. I assumed that was what you were objecting to when you said "no chatspeak."

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well, didn't some users get bashed for the whole 'made of' thing?

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I don't know what that means... And you still smell like toastpaint...

I guess the whole made of thing was before my time.

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Yeah, the email name was based on content, not the subject line in 4 branches and strongbadathon. Others had a different name than their subject line, but the name still had to do with what the email was about. In 4 branches and strongbadathon, the name was based on the tangent SB went off on. On which he went off.

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I think what would have made the email funnier is if they had different events, not the ones they picked. There was something about Temporarios I didn't like as well. You people get way into sight gags like Homestar beating himself up. I liked it when Strong Bad said that the contender who won the beating the crap out of Homestar competition has an intimate knowledge of his weak points and that the Cheat Chuck has been consistently dominated by the Kenyans. I guess it was pretty okay. I just think the Strong Badathlon had a lot more potential to be funny.


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I also meant to mention that when I first heard the email I thought it was sort of a mashup of mile and your friends and that the sender was looking for a repeat of some sort...just a random thought.


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This email referenced Cherry Greg and Cableman Jorge. Those guys are classy. Therefore this email is classy. I really like whenever Strong Bad has a weird corruption of grammar, as in this email's "I'm don't get paid!"

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This email referenced Cherry Greg and Cableman Jorge. Those guys are classy. Therefore this email is classy. I really like whenever Strong Bad has a weird corruption of grammar, as in this email's "I'm don't get paid!"


That line is full of lulz.

Anyway, this e-mail was good to the point where I doodled Homestar beating himself up in the match against himself. And am I the only one to have their mouth water when Homsar says, "Well, hello, chocolate cake!" or am I weird?

5/5'd!

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I really like whenever Strong Bad has a weird corruption of grammar, as in this email's "I'm don't get paid!"


Me too. I love those weird little "Huh?" lines in pretty much the whole of the H*R universe. I sometimes get the line "Everybody know me. Mine name cornbread!" stuck in my head.

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I didn't really like this email at first, but the PBTC cartoon saved this e-mail from sucking.



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Mike Chapman's Strong Bad impersonation has gotten incredibly good!

And that's a good thing?


Yes.

Hmmm, how should I put this? Well, what I meant was that of course he doesn't sound like the real thing, but since he has more control over the voice, he can sound more like a faux Strong Bad than just Mike Chapman.

That didn't make much sense, but I don't know how else to put it.

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Mike Chapman's Strong Bad impersonation has gotten incredibly good!

And that's a good thing?


Yes.

Hmmm, how should I put this? Well, what I meant was that of course he doesn't sound like the real thing, but since he has more control over the voice, he can sound more like a faux Strong Bad than just Mike Chapman.

That didn't make much sense, but I don't know how else to put it.


I think it made sense. I think you're saying something like, he made himself sound more "fake" to sound more realistic.

Wait, now I'M not making sense.

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Homestar fighting himself looks like homestar fighting the incredible, invisible boy.

Did you guys notice that Homsar actually makes sense in this toon?


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Break it down! :p

They're doing the wave! Really!

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Lol. "Whaddya think this is, you little placemat? A diaper show? It's not a diaper show. I think that's pretty obvious." :hr: Pure genius. I give it five Cherry Gregs...out of five.


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Homestar fighting himself looks like homestar fighting the incredible, invisible boy.

Did you guys notice that Homsar actually makes sense in this toon?


Yeah, he does. Hopefully, he didn't try to EAT The Cheat. Unless the whatsit is actually chocolate with hair and sweet corn in it.

Jibbly away. I already am.

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Yeah I agree with most. The whole :hr: beating up :hr: thing was so funny. I still laugh at it even though I have already seen it about ... oh... 500 times? Anyways, 50/10 for me. That whole thing at the end was pretty good actually. The song and the dance. Well overall that's my opinion. Too funny.

oh I forgot the guitar noises on the cheat's part were hillarious man.

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 Post subject: Re: Email #165: strong badathlon
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Hooray for the Kenyans! :eekdance:

Pretty good email. That quote about the Kenyans made my day. Especially when Homestar was beating the crap outta himself.

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