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The funny thing is, last night my mom said "gag me with a spoon" and I had no idea what she was talking about.


My mom says that all the time...

It was a kickawesome Teen Girl Squad. The whole What's-her-face-and-that-wizard-guy being together creeped me out a little bit, though.

I less than B this email.

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Do I get any sort of prize for being the first one to notice that, when you go to the toons menu now, there is a 'new stuff' page??

I saw that too.

Anyway, the best part of this email by FAR was the Wireless Wizard and everything after him.

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Anyway, the best part of this email by FAR was the Wireless Wizard and everything after him.


I agree, but this isn't an email, it's an issue, which came out, um...7 months after the 11th. The WW did sound suspiciously identical to Strong Badman (if you close your eyes and imagine). Perhaps it's probably Strong Bad doing the voices of a FEW characters besides the four girls.

I wonder when Marzipan's Answering Machine version 14.2 will come - It will have been one year after 13.2 if it's not released before March.


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The repetition...


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...is gone now.


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I apologize for the repetition. It took too long to load after pressing the submit button once and twice. I'll see if I can delete a couple.


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This cartoon serves to remind us that there ARE some perks of Valentine's Day that can be thoroughly enjoyed by single people! I should tell that to some of my friends who want to be :sad: EMO :sad: and wear black for V-Day. LAAAME.

The "she likes cloth" bit was actually my favorite part...call me weird. Then again, I do like music. And cloth. ;)

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Strange, but the "Techo-no-ogical Romance" thing killed me with a knife of funny.

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Strange, but the "Techo-no-ogical Romance" thing killed me with a knife of funny.


Me too! Definitely one of my favorite "little bits" of this e-mail.

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Strange, but the "Techo-no-ogical Romance" thing killed me with a knife of funny.


Me too! Definitely one of my favorite "little bits" of this e-mail.

(Woah! 4,500 posts! Congrats! :Thumbs-up: )

Also the Wireless Wizard was cool... But still, it's a Strongbad robot. You can't get much better.

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for some reason, I found this TGS to be way more entertaining than the past few SBEmails.

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This was pretty funny...^_^

I'm happy...I posted an inside reference on this...but I didn't know where to put it since the "Inside References" part wasn't there yet, but whatever. Laugh all you want, I'm proud of myself. XD

Anyway, I liked the "tiiiiines, tiiiiiiiiines, tiiiiiiiiiiiiiines, TINES!" part. XD I also thought the part with all the cheerleaders bowing to Mindy was pretty hilarious. So that's what it's really like...

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 Post subject: I liked it a lot
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I totally forgot about the realistic paper look TBC has now, and I was cracking up at the Dongle Goblin! 9.5/10!

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THAT. WAS. THE. BEST. THING. EVER.

Seriously, that's the best thing they've made since "theme song"

a gajillion out of ten.

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Wow that was hilarious but something seems different about the animation,mabye its just the red but...


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Wow that was hilarious but something seems different about the animation,mabye its just the red but...

I think it's the fact that The Brother Chaps TGS artistic style is getting more detailed and realistic-cartoony.

I also think that the fact that WhatsHerFace mentioned cloth (Why cloth), that TGS is getting more random.

Aside from the randomness, it was pretty good. I kinda thought how the Football players were actual footballs was pretty hilarious. And who could forget the Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnnnnes?


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Heh, I didn't like this one at all at first. Second watch it was good, though the fruit cup thing fell really flat for me. But the name "Mrs. Embalmo" was funny. Patchbeard was me 10 years ago (sigh), and the whole wizard/dongle goblin thing was great. And lemme get this straight... cheerleader was accepting valentimes cards AND the unconscious bodies of the givers? :eek:

As a rating, I'd say this is about the average level of funny I'd expect from TBC, meaning it gets an IT grade of C.

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I don't know why, but "Dongle Goblin" is a ridiculously funny phrase.

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Woah, forget I even have an account here despite reading all comments for new HR stuff.

Anyway, I surprisingly LOVED IT!

Seriously, to me, unlike most TGS things, I found it not random and really clever in fact.

Truly, what was that random about it? It had plot, and it followed through. All references were flowed in a stream of consciousness sort of approach, quite common, but rather understandable.

To me, this was way more reasonable and less random than the other TGS things. And I liked that.

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On a scale of zero'd to ten'd, seven-point-seven-five'd.

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This was perhaps the best TGS cartoon done to date. I've never been laughing so hard. Not even on a Bonus Stage episode.

...yeah, this rocked. TBC are now getting much better with Homestar, and it's making me happy. The newer toons are cracking me up like crazy.

Keep up the good work, TBC! :mrgreen:


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Ah, yes: *high school*. TBC again captures the painful feeling-I'd-rather-forget OH SO WELL: the facial stubbery years. And the DONGLE goblin <tee-hee>; I remember him. There's a goblin I'd just assume never meet again. ;) And the Wireless Wizard taking ol' What's Her Face off to a "remote access point", where he will ... <small print, read fast> proceeds to be "so awesome it hurts" </sp,rf>. But all of this heard only by rumor, you see, because _I_ "can't claim her heart" either.

... DONGLE goblin! hahahahaha.
... DONGLE, I say!

As for this turn of events: What's Her Face WINS; outright. SB is developing a soft side for the pity-friends. This might herald something of a change in the HSR universe. Maybe this is what HSR is to SB? a pity-friend? Or maybe the other way round. HSR has demonstrated some keen abilities at unexpected moments; maybe he has us all fooled -- and *SB* is the pity-friend... They certainly are around each other a lot for being at odds so thoroughly.

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Technological Ro-mance...XD hilarious. I'd almost forgotten it was valentines day since it's snowing and slightly hailing here...snow days rule as does this TGS issue. I like how the animation has gotten better.

My favorite line was probably the one about the fruit cup.


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Ohhhh, now I get it.

There's a fork in the car. Forks. have tines.

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I thought this one was a little weird and I didn't get the texting part at all. But, thankfully, this is one of those toons where its better the 2nd time you watch it.


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Ohhhh, now I get it.

There's a fork in the car. Forks. have tines.


Hm, weird, I got that immediately, and thought it was obvious to everybody else.

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Ohhhh, now I get it.

There's a fork in the car. Forks. have tines.


Hm, weird, I got that immediately, and thought it was obvious to everybody else.


Yeah. I was wondering if they were going to make a fork joke as soon as she said it, and low and behold!

A very swishy fork it was, too. A French fork?

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Cybernetic Teenybopper wrote:
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Ohhhh, now I get it.

There's a fork in the car. Forks. have tines.


Hm, weird, I got that immediately, and thought it was obvious to everybody else.


Yeah. I was wondering if they were going to make a fork joke as soon as she said it, and low and behold!

A very swishy fork it was, too. A French fork?

Probably for eating French toast.

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It seemed to go on for a long time, but it was pretty funny.

"Ow! My the fact that I was alive a few seconds ago!" <--Best "Ow!
My blank!" ever.

It does not beat "Ow! My most of me!"

Seriously, though, this was one of my favourite TGS episodes.


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It seemed to go on for a long time, but it was pretty funny.

"Ow! My the fact that I was alive a few seconds ago!" <--Best "Ow!
My blank!" ever.

It does not beat "Ow! My most of me!"

Seriously, though, this was one of my favourite TGS episodes.


I've only recently ("Recently" being rather relative, of course) begun to like TGS, but this is definitely crack-up awesome.

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