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==Appearances==
==Appearances==
*[[Hairstyle Runner]] — Three heads in the gallery are titled "smartass" (a swear in and of itself), "mother frig" (substitute for "mother fuck"), and "bad motivator finger" (referring to the middle finger).
*[[Hairstyle Runner]] — Three heads in the gallery are titled "smartass" (a swear in and of itself), "mother frig" (substitute for "mother fuck"), and "bad motivator finger" (referring to the middle finger).
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**This is most likely also a reference to the '90s grunge band [[Wikipedia:Soundgarden|Soundgarden]]'s third album, [[Wikipedia:Badmotorfinger|Badmotorfinger]], as well as the "bad motivator" possessed by R5D4 in the [[wikipedia:Star Wars (film)|first ''Star Wars'' film]].
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**This is most likely also a reference to the '90s grunge band [[Wikipedia:Soundgarden|Soundgarden]]'s third album, [[Wikipedia:Badmotorfinger|Badmotorfinger]].
*[[Old Characters Page]] — [[Bubs]]'s description says that he makes "a helluva sno-cone".
*[[Old Characters Page]] — [[Bubs]]'s description says that he makes "a helluva sno-cone".
*[[Second Games Menu|Second]] and [[Third Games Menu]] — The titlebar for both pages reads, in part, "for the whole damn family!". Also, on the Second Games Menu, the description for the [[Homestar Talker]] reads, "Homestar says the darndest things. You want to make him swear don't you? Shame on you. Call your mother."
*[[Second Games Menu|Second]] and [[Third Games Menu]] — The titlebar for both pages reads, in part, "for the whole damn family!". Also, on the Second Games Menu, the description for the [[Homestar Talker]] reads, "Homestar says the darndest things. You want to make him swear don't you? Shame on you. Call your mother."
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*Email [[army]] — In the [[army#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]], [[Matt Chapman|Matt]] notes that viewers often mistook one of Homestar's lines, which contains the word "frigging", for swearing.  
*Email [[army]] — In the [[army#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]], [[Matt Chapman|Matt]] notes that viewers often mistook one of Homestar's lines, which contains the word "frigging", for swearing.  
*[[Peasant's Quest]] — Typing "What the fuck" yields the response, "Come now. Don't get discouraged."
*[[Peasant's Quest]] — Typing "What the fuck" yields the response, "Come now. Don't get discouraged."
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**While in Trogdor's lair, typing "talk trogdor" when Trogdor is asleep yields the response, "You yell some choice expletives at Trogdor but he doesn't wake up. There's a cool echo, though."
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**While in Trogdor's lair, typing "talk trogdor" yields the response, "You yell some choice expletives at Trogdor but he doesn't wake up. There's a cool echo, though."
*[[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 11.2]] — Thinking that he had been given the cold shoulder after asking for a seven-letter word, Homestar asks for a four-letter word for censoring a cuss word, which ends up being "beep".
*[[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 11.2]] — Thinking that he had been given the cold shoulder after asking for a seven-letter word, Homestar asks for a four-letter word for censoring a cuss word, which ends up being "beep".
*[[Teen Girl Squad Issue 7]] — The girls react to Tompkins's comment, "Heck, I'm taller than you" by shouting "TOMPKINS MADE A SWEAR!!!"
*[[Teen Girl Squad Issue 7]] — The girls react to Tompkins's comment, "Heck, I'm taller than you" by shouting "TOMPKINS MADE A SWEAR!!!"
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**When Reynold says "I might as well go home and get teen pregnant", [[Gunhaver]] calls him a "Cheat Cuss-mando".
**When Reynold says "I might as well go home and get teen pregnant", [[Gunhaver]] calls him a "Cheat Cuss-mando".
*Email [[lady fan]] — Marzipan calls Strong Bad a "horse's twees".  Homestar first used the word "twees" to refer to Strong Bad's butt, also calling it "your buttweesimo", so we can surmise that Marzipan meant "horse's ass", a common insult.
*Email [[lady fan]] — Marzipan calls Strong Bad a "horse's twees".  Homestar first used the word "twees" to refer to Strong Bad's butt, also calling it "your buttweesimo", so we can surmise that Marzipan meant "horse's ass", a common insult.
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*Email [[space program]] — Strong Bad describes the [[SBASAF]] logo as "kick-awesome".
 
*[[Kid Speedy]] — One of the items that causes Kid Speedy to lose all his speed is "@!?#!", a term often used in comic strips to represent swearing.
*[[Kid Speedy]] — One of the items that causes Kid Speedy to lose all his speed is "@!?#!", a term often used in comic strips to represent swearing.
**Similarly, in [[Homestar Ruiner]], the Nuisance Trophy's figurine is a bunch of symbols like in Kid Speedy.
**Similarly, in [[Homestar Ruiner]], the Nuisance Trophy's figurine is a bunch of symbols like in Kid Speedy.
*[[Strongest Man in the World]] — After a very angry string of bubbles from [[Pom Pom]], a shocked Homestar asks him to "tone down the language".
*[[Strongest Man in the World]] — After a very angry string of bubbles from [[Pom Pom]], a shocked Homestar asks him to "tone down the language".
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**In the [[Strongest Man in the World#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]], [[The Brothers Chaps]] speculate on what Pom Pom said and whether he "dropped an F-bomb". They decide he "definitely dropped an S-bomb".
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**In the [[Strongest Man in the World#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]], the Brothers Chaps speculate on what Pom Pom said and whether he "dropped an F-bomb". They decide he "definitely dropped an S-bomb".
*Email [[4 branches]] — When Strong Bad tries to free Homestar from the water cooler, Homestar says, "Stop! Sweet genius, that hurt!" This is a substitution for the phrase "sweet Jesus".
*Email [[4 branches]] — When Strong Bad tries to free Homestar from the water cooler, Homestar says, "Stop! Sweet genius, that hurt!" This is a substitution for the phrase "sweet Jesus".
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*[[Sbemail 169 Deleted Scene]] — The abbreviation "WTPF" (What the pfargtl?) is used as a substitute for the abbreviation "WTF" (What the fuck?).
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*[[Sbemail 169 Deleted Scene]] — The acronym "WTPF" (What the pfargtl?) is used as a substitute for the acronym "WTF" (What the fuck?).
**Another play on "WTF" is again seen in [[email thunder]] when Strong Bad says "WTC" (What the crap?).
**Another play on "WTF" is again seen in [[email thunder]] when Strong Bad says "WTC" (What the crap?).
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*[[Homestar Ruiner]] — After The Cheat scolds Strong Bad for kicking him, Strong Bad replies, "Hey, do you kiss your [[hot mom]] with that mouth?" However, decompiling the game shows that the supposed swear is "pink boy".
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*[[Homestar Ruiner]] — After The Cheat scolds Strong Bad for kicking him, Strong Bad replies, "Hey, do you kiss your hot mom with that mouth?"
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**When you walk by Homestar while he is training inside the locker room at [[The Track]], one of his responses is "#&%@!".
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*[[Strong Badia the Free]] — After the The Cheat shares his opinion on the King of Town, Strong Bad scolds him, saying "I made you a member of the secret sauce police, not a sailor! Where'd you learn to talk like that?" implying he swore. The Cheat then replies, and Strong Bad says, "Yes, war is that word you just said." which is a reference to the saying "War is Hell".
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*[[Strong Badia the Free]] — After the The Cheat shares his opinion on the King of Town, Strong Bad scolds him, saying "I made you a member of the secret sauce police, not a sailor! Where'd you learn to talk like that?" implying he swore (the game's internal files show that he says "I'm saying something that sounds kind of dirty!"). The Cheat then replies, and Strong Bad says, "Yes, war is that word you just said." which is a reference to the saying "War is Hell" (which is indeed what The Cheat says).
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*[[Fan Costumes '08]] — In the Toons menu, the cartoon is subtitled "They make a COST out of U and ME" (a play on the phrase "When you assume, you make an ASS out of U and ME").
*[[Fan Costumes '08]] — In the Toons menu, the cartoon is subtitled "They make a COST out of U and ME" (a play on the phrase "When you assume, you make an ASS out of U and ME").
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*[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]] — Talking to Pom Pom in extended play has Strong Bad saying that he'll have to bleep what Pom Pom had just said, despite Pom Pom's [[lack of intelligible speech]]. The game's source code shows that one of Pom Pom's other lines (specifically, the one after [[Sultry Buttons]] steals [[Professor Experimento]]'s ruby) has him call [[Dangeresque (character)|Dangeresque]] a "dumbass".
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*[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]] — Talking to Pom Pom in extended play has Strong Bad saying that he'll have to bleep what Pom Pom had just said, despite Pom Pom's [[lack of intelligible speech]].
*Email [[winter pool]] ([[winter pool#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]]) — Strong Bad, at one point, says that he likes the story about the woman who had a student named "Shithead".
*Email [[winter pool]] ([[winter pool#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]]) — Strong Bad, at one point, says that he likes the story about the woman who had a student named "Shithead".
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*[[Hooked on Decemberween]] — Brainkrieg's song includes the lyric "I'm gonna spell out a cuss word on the roof with Christmas lights!" The "cuss word" shown is "acuss".
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*[[Hooked on Decemberween]] — Brainkreig's song includes the lyric "I'm gonna spell out a cuss word on the roof with Christmas lights!" The "cuss word" shown is "acuss".
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*[[Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People]] — The file name for the splat sound effect is "birdshit".
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*[[8-bit is Enough]] — Strong Bad comments that the Halfathlon was "Half-Ath'd all right."  This is a pun on the term "Half-Assed", meaning done poorly or without effort.
*[[8-bit is Enough]] — Strong Bad comments that the Halfathlon was "Half-Ath'd all right."  This is a pun on the term "Half-Assed", meaning done poorly or without effort.
*[[SBCG4AP Dev Blog]] — Strong Bad uses the term "bull[[style]]", in substitute of "bullshit".
*[[SBCG4AP Dev Blog]] — Strong Bad uses the term "bull[[style]]", in substitute of "bullshit".
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*[[Dangeresque Roomisode 1: Behind the Dangerdesque]] — If Dangeresque talks to the ashtray, he says "Your ash is grash!" (a play on the common term "Your ass is grass", a way to tell someone they are in trouble).
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*[[Dangeresque Roomisode 1: Behind the Dangerdesque]] — If Strong Bad talks to the ashtray, he says "Your ash is grash!" (a play on the common term "Your ass is grass", a way to tell someone they are in trouble).
*Email [[videography]] — Strong Bad mentions a baby dropping an "f-bomb".
*Email [[videography]] — Strong Bad mentions a baby dropping an "f-bomb".
*[[TMBG Concert - 5 Mar 2010]] — Homestar sings "But I know that's BS! Oh!" "BS" is short for "bullshit".
*[[TMBG Concert - 5 Mar 2010]] — Homestar sings "But I know that's BS! Oh!" "BS" is short for "bullshit".
*[[Soap Box Doiby]] — In the draft for this unfinished toon, Pom Pom's car was described as a "kick-assing racer".
*[[Soap Box Doiby]] — In the draft for this unfinished toon, Pom Pom's car was described as a "kick-assing racer".
*[[Poker Night at the Inventory]] —
*[[Poker Night at the Inventory]] —
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**Swears are said in the game, with a setting to censor most of them. However, Strong Bad's swears are censored regardless of the setting.
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**Swears are said in the game, with a setting to censor them. However, Strong Bad's swears are censored regardless of the setting.
**After Heavy tells a story about how he brutally dealt with an enemy Engineer, laughing throughout, Strong Bad breaks the horrified silence by yelling "That is some [bleep]ed up [bleep], man!"
**After Heavy tells a story about how he brutally dealt with an enemy Engineer, laughing throughout, Strong Bad breaks the horrified silence by yelling "That is some [bleep]ed up [bleep], man!"
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*Email [[too cool]] — [[Senor Cardgage]]'s air freshener is labeled "Smellz Yeah!", a play on the phrase "Hells Yeah", and by extension "Hell Yeah".
 
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*[[Skills of an Artist LIVE!!]] — In reference to the live format, Strong Bad says "maybe [he'll] accidentally swear a cuss!"
 
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*[[Trogdor!! The Board Game]] —
 
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**According to the Kickstarter page, [[Trogdor!! The Board Game Website|webpage]], [[@StrongBadActual|social media]], and other platforms, The Brothers Chaps are working with "Cheapass Games".
 
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**The [[Boardelectrix]] [[board game]] "[[Don't Make Daddy P.O.'d]]" (short for "pissed off") is mentioned on the Kickstarter page and in some videos.
 
<!--NOTE: When Strong Bad says "I've gone to hell" in Parsnips-a-Plenty, he is referring to the actual place, NOT using the word as a swear.-->
<!--NOTE: When Strong Bad says "I've gone to hell" in Parsnips-a-Plenty, he is referring to the actual place, NOT using the word as a swear.-->
<!--NOTE: It is NOT a swear in The House that Gave Sucky Treats when Strong Sad mentions that he went to a house where people in black hoods asked him questions, and if you got them wrong, you got eternal damnation. This is the proper way to use the word "damnation".-->
<!--NOTE: It is NOT a swear in The House that Gave Sucky Treats when Strong Sad mentions that he went to a house where people in black hoods asked him questions, and if you got them wrong, you got eternal damnation. This is the proper way to use the word "damnation".-->
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== See Also ==
== See Also ==
*[[Crap]]
*[[Crap]]

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