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Heehee. It’s wonderful, isn’t it? :P
Took a png image of Fry and used the color picker to replace Fry colors with Fluttershy colors (from her Gala dress).
And thus, Flutterfry was born.
Vista requires a few tweaks:
1. Upgrade to 7 or downgrade to XP.
2. Violently and thoroughly tear off the Vista sticker on your CPU/Laptop.
3. Subject the Vista sticker to a series of interrogations, not forgetting the obligatory bright overhead table light, which you shine in said Vista sticker’s glowing, holographic, eyes.
4. Threaten to call customer service.
5. After that threat fails (because even Vista knows you would never have the guts to call customer service), laugh maniacally and put the Vista sticker in front of a television on which Toy Story 3 is playing. Make sure to loop the part where they hold hands in the landfill and the part where Andy gives the gang away.
6. Extract the single tear that will drip from Vista’s eyes. Use it with the pensieve to view Vista’s memories. If you have difficulties viewing Vista’s memories, defrag, reboot, and try again.
7. Finally, use Vista’s memories for torture. Once satisfied, burn the Vista sticker. Laugh maniacally again to end the ceremony.
I don’t like this trend of turning nouns into verbs, putting them in the present tense, and calling them memes. It’s getting annoying, and this one is especially confusing, since “maning” would not be pronounce “man-ing”.
And for my next trick, I’ll turn this normal everyday spoon into a meme.
Why does it say this is an introduction to MLP catchphrases?
Adding to what I said before: Think of this as Wikipedia. Let’s consider an article on coffee. There are many brands of coffee, and each has had their own successes and failures, and the successes and failures must be recorded in an article. But to list every brand of coffee and their successes and failures and notable features in a single article would be extremely cumbersome and difficult to read as an average user. While sure, each is an individual company and their own entities, so are the side characters and background characters. Each has their own tiny fandom and popularity. Beyond their normal appearances in the show, there are countless fanfics and art pieces that add to the realism of the character and each character’s importance, thus increasing the importance and the demand for a separate article for these side characters.
+1 Disagree with everyone who says to merge with the main article. While it is highly related to the main article, the success and popularity of the recurring background and side characters is too notable to just be an aside in the main article. Each side and background character is important in it’s own way, and it’s imperative that they each get a worthy description, which would only make the original article needlessly long if placed there.
Can’t get over that Comic-Con poster. The video the QR code links to is amazing.
I love this picture. I’ve been staring at it for the past 10 minutes. Also, the video linked to by the QR code is awesome. I love the behind the scenes stuff.
@TrailBlazer Hey now, let’s be rational here. They’re only taking down like 1/1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 of the internet. You still have that 999,999,999,999,999,999,999/1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 left.
@AddictedArtist I don’t think Anon cares about history… They’re like rednecks on the 4th of July. “Who cares who freed our country when I can blow crap up?”
@Duke Derpingsworth A criminal record?
CUTIE MARK CRUSADERS AWESOME ENTRY MAKERS, YAY!
“Message from Facebook: Operation Anonymous”
This is totally like Doc’s train in Back to the Future.
That was amazing. But why in the world would you do this?
Bob Ross. Widely known as the guy Marzipan dresses up as in the toon selection screen on Homestar Runner.
Would Leeeeeroooooy Nnnjenkins count as griefing? I know it was sort of accidental, but he very easily could have said “Hey guys, sorry, just got the chicken munchies. What are we up to now?”, instead of screaming his name and running into battle.
You should totally add the sbemail about fanfics. Or, like the previous poster said, Full Life Consequences. That video brings teh lulz. It brings em gud.
Oh my goodness. A GEOCITIES website? I used to spend hours on Geocities. Then I got good at HTML and stopped relying on crappy make your own websites websites. Still, I wish I could go back and see all the websites I made. Sooo many websites. Now websites sounds weird. Weeebsiiiiites. Trooopesss…
How sad is it that I had to look up who sang that “It’s Not My Time” song to make the 3 Doors Down one? Or that before I searched it I thought it was called “It’s My Time”? I don’t even listen to 3 Doors Down…
Uploaded an image to It's Goofy Time!.
Because YOU, TUBE, is, where the poop is… PCHHPCHHPCHHPCCHHH PCCHHH PCCCHHHHH
And to everyone who says his not being a meme is not a meme, I disagree. Doesn’t matter if it was forced. If a forced meme becomes a meme, so be it. Just because it was forced or because you don’t like it does NOT mean it is NOT a meme. The fact that it is forced is part of the reason it is a meme. My challenge to you (should you choose to accept it, which you probably won’t) is to ACTUALLY READ THE ARTICLE, as if you did you would see, and most likely agree, that Milhouse forcing himself to be a meme, yet failing (ignoring the fact that he actually is a meme), is similar to how he forces himself to fit in, yet fails.