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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Drtooth, Jun 30, 2014.
Since when did Snoopy own an ice cream truck? That's what I want to know.
I think of this every time I play Super Smash Bros. Brawl:
The cat's expression cracks me up every time:
Right? We've seen him as The Masked Marvel, the WW 1 Flying Ace, Joe Cool, various sports heroes including a very volatile tennis player, and a vulture among others. Never once did I see a series of strips where he owned a modest Ice Cream truck business. Monty from Robotman and Monty, sure. Just never Snoopy. He's more of a patron of the Ice Cream Truck type.
Though I haven't read every strip obviously. I just don't think Schulz would have given him something that mundane.
Here's a short snippet of an episode of Transformers. When I first watched the entire episode I fell off the chair laughing at this. So even in context it's kinda weird.
Seems like something the Simpsons would do in a Transformers parody. But it's totally in the series.
Believe it or not, Snoopy was a "world famous grocery clerk" for a few strips. No ice cream truck, though (as far as I remember):
lol,it seems more like what family guy would do, then the Simpsons.
Speaking of The Simpsons...
This is a YMMV type deal. Either this comes by as an unintended, nonsensical masterpiece of Dadaist comedy or creepy. Obviously you know the one I think it is. But let us take a look at Japan's Simpsons fandom.
Now for the more obvious ironic internet humor, here's two Mr. T breakfast cereal ads.
Surprisingly lusciously animated. I almost want to say that's Richard Williams animation, since it looks like the Superman anti-Smoking ad.
The more banal one with the crappy cartoon show cast.
I got really bored and...yeah.
Another one, Sorry for double posting.
Back in the '80s, many car companies put out models that had voice alert systems as an option. It seems that after that, they fell out of style, largely because they were a nuisance to many drivers.
Here's the Speak 'n Spell having a conversation with its successor, the Chrysler EVA (Electronic Voice Alert).
And here's someone attempting to preserve the lovely sounds, with a surprise cameo by Soundwave.
One of my favorite short form Youtube Poop type videos resurfaced after I thought it was deleted.
This is old, but it never gets old:
I have no idea why but something about this killed me...
Here's a new show opening of Svengoolie for the "House of Dracula," where he battled a narrator who spouts a series of bad "House" puns and pop culture references.
Especially take note of the Batman:The Animated Series quote used for "Fuller House (of Dracula)"
This clip was once featured on CLIPAHOLICS (narrated by Jason Alexander):
But that's not what's funny . . . this dubbed parody is funny:
What editor do you use?
I use Adobe Premier.
These are some pretty clever kids (though to be fair, I'm sure some of them may be high schoolers and college students, based on some of the questions and answers).
And to actually write in Chinese like that was really impressive.
And I'm sure when translated, it's still a correct answer.
Dexter's Lab because...ehhhh... why not?
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