2010 Calendar

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The Homestarrunner.com 2010 Calendar is a calendar that was made available from the Store on December 1,2009. As well as the normal holidays such as Christmas or St. Patrick's Day, it also includes some completely made-up Homestar Runner holidays.


January

The January page shows a picture of Trogdor drawn in pencil with shading, as he is seen when Strong Bad sings "Trogdor!" in the E-mail "dragon." There is also a peasant with his head on fire, a burning cottage, and the picture of Trogdor "as a man." There are also some hills in the background, and the words "Trogdor the burninator" can be seen in the lower left-hand corner, in Olde English Text MT font. The quote below the picture reads, "Oh yeah. Check out all his majesty." The various holidays listed are: New Year's Day (January 1), Stinko-day (January 6), Trogday (January 13), Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (January 18), Feast of Mendelev (January 21), and Feast of Dongolev (January 22.)


February

The February page shows a picture of Dangeresque, Renaldo, and Dangeresque, too jumping from an explosion. The Gremlin is also poking out, and the word "Dangeresque" can be seen at the bottom. The quote below the picture reads, "Looks like I'm gonna have to jump!" The holidays listed are: Renaldo's Retirment Party (February 5, 12, 19, and 26) and Vamlumtime's Day (February 14)


March

This shows a picture of Homestar Runner holding up a pair of Air Cardgage shows (the shoes' logo and name can be seen above the picture.) Senor Cardgage himself can be seen off to the side, ans the bottom reads, "Available exclusively at Styles Upon Styles." The quote under the picture reads, "Excuse me Belinda, can you give me bank my tenny show?" The holidays listed are: Ides of Cardgage (March 15, the real holiday is "The Ides of March"), St. Patrick's Day (March 17), Zombie Uprising 2046 (March 31), and No Probalo Day? (one of the blank spaces outside the actual month.)

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