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Hey, yeah! The year 2046 is a "6" year, so it could very well be the date of the 20X6 uprising! ...Or not.

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What the? 20X6 is back?
How come I was not informed?

On a different note, I just can't get used to black eyed strong bad, it'll give me nightmares, the email gets a 4/10 sorry everybody.

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I'd say they're grey, not black.


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libertyernie2 wrote:
I'd say they're grey, not black.

Whaaat? Not black, I'd say totally black, as the weakest link contestants would say, "Where's the grey?"

Wait, am I going grey blind again?

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From Fark.com:
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"Strong Bad dies. Thousands of Farkers cry out on glee. Flame wars ensue. Get the leotard!"

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 Post subject: Re: 173 and DNA?
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Yeah, it's a cartoon. Also, paper doesnt have DNA.


Thanks, (wo)man. Until now, I hadn't realized it was a cartoon. You've saved me a TON of embarrassment in future posts. I might have gone on about its ultra-real special effects and made a complete fool outa myself. Somebody might have toastpainted me without my knowing why... can't have that.

As for The Paper and DNA ... meh. It does have DNA. It's wood (probably birch). Wood is plant. Plants have plant DNA; not human, but DNA nonetheless.

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My email sentbox wrote:
Dear Strong Bad,

When you die, how would your funeral go, exactly? I mean, it's not like you're gonna be around forever, right?

With lots of stuff and crap,
James P, UK

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:sad: <b> Get the Leotard! </b> Haha...

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Good thing sb isn't gonna die, because i don't know where he would find a jar that big.


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The giant jar store, duh!

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Or Bubs' Concession Stand. He's got all types of crazy crap!

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That jar was used to store those giant grapes

This Email gives the true meaning of the phrase 'long live strongbad'

Also, why does Homestar and Marzipan live together?


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Also, why does Homestar and Marzipan live together?


Yeah, I noticed that right away. My first thought was "what the?". Then I remembered that we were seeing a hypothetical future in Strong Bad's imagination. Or maybe this was just TBC's way of telling us that Homestar and Marzipan will always be together, despite the occasional "breakup". I dunno, but I do love those moments when Marzipan and Homestar get along.


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I liked the return of the "Shut-up, lady!" lady :mrgreen:


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Ok, I was super-creeped out by this e-mail. Not that it means anything. This isn't the best of the Brother Chaps.
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Quite disturbing, but it appeals to my inner morbid teenager.

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Is it just me, or does the 2046 thing seem like it could happen?

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Marshmallow Roast wrote:
Quite disturbing, but it appeals to my inner morbid teenager.


Inner morbid teenager? :P

Anyway, lemme just say this: I was the one laughing at his funeral. (Oh, crap. Now Jello's gonna kill me. -_-) Anyway, it was hilarious. "Book Of Phone"? I lol'd multiple times. Definitely one of the best, in my opinion.

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Shippinator Mandy wrote:
Marshmallow Roast wrote:
Quite disturbing, but it appeals to my inner morbid teenager.


Inner morbid teenager? :P

Anyway, lemme just say this: I was the one laughing at his funeral. (Oh, crap. Now Jello's gonna kill me. -_-) Anyway, it was hilarious. "Book Of Phone"? I lol'd multiple times. Definitely one of the best, in my opinion.
Jello's going to kill you? What? Ah, well, if this is nosey I should probably stop.

I will now say book of phone everytime I need to say "phone book".

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This one was hilarious. Book of Phone=Pure genius.

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buhubs wrote:
Shippinator Mandy wrote:
Marshmallow Roast wrote:
Quite disturbing, but it appeals to my inner morbid teenager.


Inner morbid teenager? :P

Anyway, lemme just say this: I was the one laughing at his funeral. (Oh, crap. Now Jello's gonna kill me. -_-) Anyway, it was hilarious. "Book Of Phone"? I lol'd multiple times. Definitely one of the best, in my opinion.
Jello's going to kill you? What? Ah, well, if this is nosey I should probably stop.

I will now say book of phone everytime I need to say "phone book".


He just hates it when I reference Bonus Stage.

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Hey, the line really was "Brother in a jar", not "Put him in a jar". Weird. It didn't really sound like "Brother in a jar".

Posted here because this would constitute a forum like post on the wiki, and I decided to cut out the middleman.

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SUPLEXING A COUGAR! sheer genius. You thought "Homestar in a suit" was funny?! Something is wrong with you.


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Check this out:

http://www.qwantz.com/regret/index.php?askme=22005

I wonder if we should make that a poll.


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blast!
i just thought of that, laughing at his funeral. but no, quotes have been quoted.


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ready for prime time wrote:
quotes have been quoted.

Quoting "Newbie Style" by SLR
I LOVEEEEEEEEEEED this toon it was LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
:marzi: Have you found the DNA evidence?
: hr: Not yet but i'm getting close
Quoting "Newbie Style" By SLR has ended

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I seriously loved the 2046 part... I can literally see Strong Sad growing up to be a Buff, rugged, cigar-smoking Resistance soldier.

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I thought this one was interesting. It had a few funny parts, but not one of my favorites. The part with Coach Z was funny though, and Homestar reading the phonebook (as already mentioned)

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This email was okay but kind of creepy, i liked it when coach z taped over the funeral tape but it was still kind of weird. 5/10

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 Post subject: Re: SBEmail #168 Your Funeral
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Usually I would find something like this gross and disturbing, but what can I say? TBC have a knack for making something lighthearted and funny out of something gross and disturbing! Awesome email! Lol, I would totally be one of those blobbering saps at his funeral, or heartbroken schoolgirls. Then I would hear his eulogy and start laughing...and crying....and laughing....and also crying. Anyway, awesome email!

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