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5 - Awesome! 29%  29%  [ 20 ]
4 - Very Good 34%  34%  [ 23 ]
3 - Okay 28%  28%  [ 19 ]
2 - Disappointing 6%  6%  [ 4 ]
1- A slumber party with SkipBo (terrible) 3%  3%  [ 2 ]
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 Post subject: Sbemail #180: slumber party
PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 8:13 am 
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Holy crap, first to find it!

Party! Slumber Party!

Surprisingly normal for a '07 SBEmail. And somewhat dull, actually. But SB violence against Strong Sad always scores points.
In this case, 7 points. Out of 10.


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Not exactly what you would call memorable, at all, in any way, but it was alright, though not very funny.
I sort of liked Strong Sad's...speaking thing near the end of the email, explaining how often he got picked up because he missed Mom...


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Clapping hands was kind of funny.

And the Easter Eggs. Both of them.

3/5.

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That was funny, although I wanted to see the slumber party Strong Bad mentioned at the end of the email. I liked the older kid's slumber party.

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Strong Sad's revenge yet again. Cooler and cooler and cooler...

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This was a wicked awesome sbemail! 9.5/10!

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Man, Homestar was so lame in this email. His parents only let him play "Clapping Party", and he's never played "Find the Load-Bearer" or "Bed-Axe"? What a dweeb!

Anyway, that was pretty amusing. I especially liked Strong Bad finding the stash of M-rated games, his lecture on proper party junk food, and him at the older "kids'" party. Though it seems the Brothers Chaps have had to resort to getting Strong Bad offscreen by the end of the email to avoid any snark about the New Paper.

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That was pretty good. I liked the clapping game though. :) And then the older peoples slumber party. Funny. 4/5

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I liked it, SB's slumber party snacks was good, as were the "older kids" I suppose a "panty-raid" on Marzi would be a bit too risque'/gross. The wiki only lists Homestar as saying "Party, slumber party" but I hear a whole other line. Anyone with better hearing make out what he says?

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Bed-axe? Man, I wish I played could've played that in my slumber party days. :mrgreen: I loved Homestar's easter egg too. Nice e-mail.

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Combination gag! Another Bogus Mathematical Theorem which contains a reference to Professor Torr Coolguy. I was actually thinking just the other day how we never see any Bogus Mathematical Theorems anymore, and lamenting that we would probably never see one again.

Oh how gloriously wrong I was.

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The video and card game gags were pretty funny. I also liked Strong Sad's appearance in this one.

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A decent email, 3/5. Nothing much special here, except for a few allusions to my own slumber party experiences which were actually pretty accurate (games even lamer than "Clapping Party").

It's interesting how Coach Z, Bubs and the KoT seem to be increasingly segregated as "old" from Strong Bad's age group (which seems to be of Homestar, Strong Sad and probably the Cheat). Is it just me, or is HomestarRunner.com developing a minor/major character schism? The character format definitely used to be looser...

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This one came across as a decent email. Nothing overly special, but not quite as great as The Pizz.

I did however greatly enjoy the continued easter egg :p

All in all, C/5

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I guess I always thought of slumber parties as a girl thing. Interesting to think of it from a guy's perspective, especially Strong Bad's


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Meh, I wasn't excited about this one. 2 out of 5 Strong Sads.

:sad: :sad:


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I could safely assume that Clapping Party is one of the greatest video games ever made. It's right up there with Big Rigs.

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This e-mail WILL NOT properly load for me. It abruptly stops at the part about Coolguy's law. I can't even seek bar past that point.

If I can't get this fixed, then it's going to have to be a 1 by default.

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Pretty good. Nothing to make it insanely awsome, but nothing to make it suck.

C/3.5
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Eh, I didn't really like this one. Nothing in it was entertaining to me.

At least New Paper jokes are gone.


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Arkyopterix wrote:

"It's interesting how Coach Z, Bubs and the KoT seem to be increasingly segregated as "old" from Strong Bad's age group (which seems to be of Homestar, Strong Sad and probably the Cheat). Is it just me, or is HomestarRunner.com developing a minor/major character schism? The character format definitely used to be looser"

It's always been sort of implied that Bubs, KoT, and Coach Z were older, and in positions of nominal authority. Bubs is a business owner, Coach Z is a coach, and KoT is... Old

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Strong Bad's age group: :hr: :sb: :sm: :sad: :cheat: :marzi: :pom:

Older age group: :bubs: :coachz: :kot: :poop: :senor:

Who knows? :homsar:

That's how I see it. I don't really see a schism between the two.

Wow, that Strong Bad emoticon is tiny...

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It was okay. Not solid gold or anything but it was okay :)

I LOVE watching Strong Sad and Strong Bad interact with each other. That was the part that made me laugh the hardest. "How do ya know that?" Go get 'em SS! :sad:

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I liked it. No particular outstanding thing, but the entire email was consistently funny.

Oh, although, about the easter egg... have there been blood splatters on h*r before?

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Meh, it was good, just not amazing.


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^ What he said.

The best part came at the end.

HOW DOES STRONG BAD KNOW THAT??!?!?!?

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This one was decent, but not really amazing.

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Better than original! Clapping Hands is such a good game!
9/10! :hr:


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Eh. I didn't really like it. Clapping Hands has the potential to be a great game without that crazy ghost ruining the fun (I hate gore. I am okay with killing people left and right in video games, but blood always freaks me out). And the "old kids" slumber party is, well, awesome. Other than that, I didn't really like it, but that's just me. Hey, you can't win them all.

1/5.


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It was pretty good. Not really one I'd want to watch again though.

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