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Favourite Toons Section
Big Toons 7%  7%  [ 2 ]
Shorts 22%  22%  [ 6 ]
Holiday Toons 26%  26%  [ 7 ]
Puppet Stuff 7%  7%  [ 2 ]
Powered by The Cheat 7%  7%  [ 2 ]
Strong Bad Emails 19%  19%  [ 5 ]
Teen Girl Squad 7%  7%  [ 2 ]
Marzipan's Answering Machine 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
Others 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 12, 2005 7:17 pm 
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I'm not sure what mine is. I love them all!

edit by DG: others includes Main Pages, Character Videos, Intros, Early Flashes, Books, "First Time Here?", "Super NES", Toons not on the site, DVD Exclusive Toons/Emails

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Good poll, though I think you should have left SBemails out of it, since almost everyone will probably pick that option, and I can't honestly not do the same. Other than that, probably Teen Girl Squad for me - not just because of the sheer genius of the Tenthennial Extravaganza (one of the top 3 things on the site), but because every issue of that has been at least somewhat entertaining.


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Well I figured that I should include everything, including the Strong Bad Emails, but you're right. Almost everyone seems to have the Strong Bad Emails as their favourite toons section. Next time I won't include them.

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I like shorts. It really allows creativity.

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I like the Puppet stuff. I mean, it's so great to see Puppet Homestar interact with the little girl.

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No matter what show, I've always found something magical about holiday specials. :)

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You should have put "Other" instead of that super long crap at the end.

But anyway, not to be cliche, but I went with SBEMails. Just bein' honest. :bubs:

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TEEN GIRL SQUAD!

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Dangit, you stole the idea I came up with last night! Drats, and double drats!

Anyways, i voted for holida toons, as they just feel right.


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The Sturge! wrote:
No matter what show, I've always found something magical about holiday specials. :)

Yeah. It gives you almost a Charlie Brown holiday special feeling, y'know?

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The Sturge! wrote:
No matter what show, I've always found something magical about holiday specials. :)

Yeah. It gives you almost a Charlie Brown holiday special feeling, y'know?


yeah, exactly, especially Three Times Haloween Funjob, The Best decemberween Ever, and my favorite, Homestar Presents: Presents.


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I like the big toons. When you first see them, it's like going to the theatre to see a movie you've wanted to see ever since the first preview came out. Except you never know when it's going to happen. I dunno, I just like 'em for some reason. :)

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Shorts, if only because it has Experimental Film (which introduced me to TMBG!) and Commandos in the Classroom (which is simply brilliant).

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I like Powered by the Cheat because it's hilarious watching the Cheat glorify himself and unsuccessfully try to imitate everyone else's voices.

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I say Holiday toons. I love them.

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Well it seems that I was mistaken. It seems that all the sections are well liked... except Answering Machine and the Others. I think Answering Machine is under-rated, considering that it's actually very funny. But in all honesty, it's not my favourite either.

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The Sturge! wrote:
No matter what show, I've always found something magical about holiday specials. :)


A Charlie Brown Christmas PWNs all other specials, though. It's just so... honest. I'm not even a Christian and I still love it. It speaks to me.

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holiday...I enjoy homsar pop-ups from the poopsmith in halloween and decemberweens are my favorite

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I said Puppet Stuff.
I never really liked it to start out, but now that I have watched them, they are all very funny.

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The shorts are awesome. Some of the toons are good too. Next probably comes holiday.


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The holiday toons can't be beat.


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For me, it's gotta be Shorts. PBtC would be great if they updated it more.

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