X 'em up

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*[[8-Bit is Enough]] — Homestar refers to TROGDOR! as a "walk 'em up" videogame.
*[[8-Bit is Enough]] — Homestar refers to TROGDOR! as a "walk 'em up" videogame.
*[[Posh Toilet Paper]] — Strong Bad uses "close-'em-up" to refer to a line that closes an open shape.
*[[Posh Toilet Paper]] — Strong Bad uses "close-'em-up" to refer to a line that closes an open shape.
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*[[Cartoon Characters]] — Strong Bad uses "cross 'em up" for [[Character 2]].
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*[[Cartoon Characters]] &mdash; Strong Bad uses a "cross <!--sic-->em up" to draw the bottom of [[Character 2]]'s shirt.
*[[Fan Costumes 2017]] &mdash; The page is titled "Dress em'<!--sic--> up Dan!"
*[[Fan Costumes 2017]] &mdash; The page is titled "Dress em'<!--sic--> up Dan!"
*[[Stack 'Em to the Heavens!]] &mdash; [[Marshie]] states that in the titular game, players take turns making "radical stack-'em-ups".
*[[Stack 'Em to the Heavens!]] &mdash; [[Marshie]] states that in the titular game, players take turns making "radical stack-'em-ups".

Revision as of 04:15, 6 September 2019

"'Em Up!"

The words 'em up are sometimes added after verbs in odd contexts. The name Dan is frequently used in these structures.

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