Talk:Somber Vacation

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Burned or Burnt?

Burned or burnt? I just can't tell. Sounds like burnt to me. Or maybe it doesn't matter, I dunno. =] OptimisticFool 07:44, 16 June 2008 (UTC)

Ghost head

On the picture at the end of the toon, Strong Sad's head has his hand and upper body parts shining through. I'm new around here and don't know how to open a category on the real page (this would be a goof, right?), so could somebody add it for me?sombervacationgoofheadkx0.png
--Cass from Germany 12:01, 16 June 2008 (UTC)Cass from Germany]

It appears this has been changed already. I see what you are talking about in the image above, but in the actual toon his head is totally opaque. You can edit the main article the same way you do this page. To add a section, either open the section above where you want to add it and add it at the end, or edit the entire article. Use the equals sign to denote the section header (in this case, Fixed Goofs), and it automagically shows up in the page table of contents. In addition to the editing help link (near the submit button), you can just use the existing page as an example.

I just checked and I still see it. The easter egg works, though. Now I'm confused.--Cass from Germany 13:19, 16 June 2008 (UTC)


Did he see the airplane that said "Wear A Bikini", or is Strong Sad should I put this...Brianrietta? --Alex H., 12:19, 16 June 2008 (UTC)

...or maybe it's a skin condition, like he said in the toon. Anyways, we have a forum for talking about this sort of thing – we try to reserve these talk pages for talking about the article, not the toon. --phlip TC 12:35, 16 June 2008 (UTC)

The Easter Egg

If you click the XOXO on the post card now you can see the dampening barrel easter egg. -- 13:08, 16 June 2008 (UTC)

The scene with the barrel was there before, but with no audio. In addition to adding the link, they've added audio to it. 13:10, 16 June 2008 (UTC)

Non disturbare

When I first saw this, my immediate reaction was, "Holy crap, that's Latin!", and my next most immediate reaction was, "Holy crap, that's not precisely correct Latin!" Upon visiting this article, I find a claim that it's Italian, which I do not doubt is possible. But, given Strong Sad's history, is it not possible that this was merely an amateur attempt at using Latin? A large part of the basis of this belief is that "Depressio" is in fact Latin, and not Italian, for precisely what it sounds like. 14:47, 16 June 2008 (UTC)

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