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'''Green smoke''' is often seen in Free Country USA, generally used to signify a strong stench.
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[[Image:Tao Chicken.PNG|thumb|"It's the ghost of General Tso!"]]
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'''Green smoke''' is often seen in [[Free Country, USA]], generally used to signify a strong stench.
==Appearances==
==Appearances==
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[[Image:Tao Chicken.PNG|thumb|Who ordered the [[whatsit|pu pu]] platter?]]
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*Email [[ghosts]] — The [[General Tso's Chicken|rotten chinese food]] seen has green smoke coming out of it.  
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*'''Debut:''' Email [[ghosts]] — The [[General Tso's Chicken|rotten chinese food]] seen had green smoke coming out of it.  
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*Email [[couch patch]] — When [[Strong Bad]] cuts open [[the couch]] looking for [[Aztec]] [[gold]], green smoke comes out.
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*Email [[couch patch]] — When [[Strong Bad]] cuts open the couch looking for [[Wikipedia:Aztec|Aztec Gold]], green smoke comes out.
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*Email [[long pants]] — When [[Homestar]]'s pants are incinerated, green smoke is produced.
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*Email [[long pants]] — When [[Homestar]]'s pants were incinerated, green smoke was produced.
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*[[Sick Day]] — When Homestar is sick, his burps emit a green smoke.
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*[[Sick Day]] — When Homestar was sick, his burps emitted a green smoke.
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[[Category:Object running gags]]

Revision as of 01:28, 10 August 2007

"It's the ghost of General Tso!"

Green smoke is often seen in Free Country, USA, generally used to signify a strong stench.

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