I’ve seen this phrase in some sites and I’ve been wondering, if you can tell me, where this phrase originated. I don’t know, but is the phrase stemming from FunnyJunk? http://www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/3704007/bullshit/
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I’m an adolescent italian, who lives in Switzerland and loves Anime, My Little Pony, YouTube Poop (Music Video), MAD, House Music and I have a YouTube channel!
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ふしぎなくすりシリーズ This tag features hand-drawed MAD videos (手書きMAD) consisting of some character being drunk or something else and a song licensed by KONAMI, but the two artists of the song ふしぎなくすり are 上野圭市 feat. SATOE. The tag has for now more than 450 videos and it started somehow in the mid of 2010. What do you think? Is an entry worth?
Ok, thank you. I’ll do it like this.
I’ve seen these video so many times, it just makes me want to make an entry about Speedpaint videos. Most of these Speedpaint Videos show Japanese-styled humans or Animals such as wolfs. Does Speedpaint deserve an entry?
I have a thread suggestion for you. Why don’t we release a “Deadpool Suggestions” thread? What do you think?
Found the tag 陰陽師. Found a video. Realised it has fucking huge 13 million views. The video’s name is 新・豪血寺一族 -煩悩解放 – レッツゴー！陰陽師 (sm9) Do you know about this video, mona-sama?
About 膳 A commercial of the product introduced some dancing women. A woman was asking (?) to the actor 真田広之 (Sanada Hiroyuki) something. Could you add this information to the article? It seems to be also used in MADs. And also… what did she say? What you need to add to the article: Protagonists, Well known phrases used in these MADs, Dialogue of the commercials, Air-date of the commercials, Which MAD made this fad popular and how many videos there are now, And outside of this reply: Did you finish...
Thank you for the advice. As always, I’m really bad at giving information, how a “meme” received notability. That’s my only weakness when making entries. And ok… I will ask questions BEFORE making an entry. :)
Here it is:Chilled ___ Series
BTW, WWE is ONLY made for entertainment… which makes it into a part of American television. It’s a f**king piece of shit. Anyway, I plan to make the entry for “Cool Series” today. AND I have found another fad! Mona, do you know the anime Ojamajo Doremi? It’s first OP became so popular. Crazy Frog Bros became popular on NND thanks to the video with the OP. Shall we make an entry for the OP “Ojamajo Carnival”?
Yes, I would mind. Thanks! I’ll request editorship.
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I’ve found another tag (0w0) on NND. I’m really sorry, because I don’t know much about this “TV series?” or “Movie?”. Using this source, another popular tag 冷やし○○シリーズ spread. The “Cool Series”. I think the scene, which a person _orz_’d, is the most known one. Does anyone know this source?
A 13 year old girl named Katy surfed on the internet and she thought that she would surf to sites, which are suited for her randomness. She found the /b/-board (I broke the Internet Rule btw) and posted this text. Because of 4chan’s popularity, the text has been copypasted on many Forum sites.
8/10 Nice picture. Looks like he’s some character from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure.
I never realised that! Thank you, RandomMan! “Sing it like the G.I. Joe parodies’ Theme” >>> RANDOMMAAAAAAN <<<
ζ*’ヮ’)ζ This is the emoticon referring to the IDOLM@STER character Yayoi Takatsuki. The emoticon itself has over 6 million search results on Google. Is it worth to make an entry? What do you think?
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