Sickly Sam

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Another Old-Timey version of Strong Sad (pictured to the left), which looks much more similar to the modern Strong Sad, appears being blasted out of a circus tent on [[Main Page 10]]. However, since this predates [[Parsnips-A-Plenty]], it is clear that that design was scrapped in favor of Sickly Sam.
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Another Old-Timey version of Strong Sad (pictured to the left), which looks much more similar to the modern Strong Sad, appears being blasted out of a circus tent on [[Main Page 10]]. However, since this predates [[Parsnips-A-Plenty]], it is clear that that design was scrapped in favor of Sickly Sam, although some believe that Stong Sad died in that page, and Sickly Sam is a ghost version of old-timey Strong Sad.
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Revision as of 23:16, 15 August 2006

"Can you spare any mush for me?"

Sickly Sam is the Old-Timey version of Strong Sad. Visually, he bears little resemblance to his current self, and his personality is even more down-trodden than it is now.

Sickly Sam appears to have a partially exposed skeleton and wears a dirty Potate sack. When he's denied what he needs (which is often), he vanishes in a cloud of dust. Both his feet are cold, but his left foot is colder than his right. None of the other characters seem to like him, and The Homestar Runner refers to him as his gang's "worst friend." To highlight his utter hopelessness, he buries himself alive on Tuesdays.

CRASH HELMET!

Another Old-Timey version of Strong Sad (pictured to the left), which looks much more similar to the modern Strong Sad, appears being blasted out of a circus tent on Main Page 10. However, since this predates Parsnips-A-Plenty, it is clear that that design was scrapped in favor of Sickly Sam, although some believe that Stong Sad died in that page, and Sickly Sam is a ghost version of old-timey Strong Sad.

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