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The Homestarrunner.com 2010 Calendar was a calendar that was made available from the Store on December 1, 2009 and was discontinued with the release of the 2011 Calendar. As well as the normal holidays such as Christmas or St. Patrick's Day, it also includes some completely made-up Homestar Runner holidays. The back of the calendar boasts, "BACK OF CALENDAR! All 12 months!" and the front reads, "Now Includes February!! (Thanks for the tip!!)"
On the RSS Feed, Bubs talks about this calendar as though he were selling it, saying things like "if calling this a 'swimsuit calendar' will make you buy it, then I'll say that too!" In SBCG4AP Episode 1: Homestar Ruiner, you can use Homestar's phone to call Bubs's phone tree. One of the first things he says is, "for calendars, press 1."
The January page shows a picture of Trogdor drawn in pencil with shading, as he is seen when Strong Bad sings "Trogdor!" in dragon. There is also a peasant with his head on fire, a burning cottage, and the picture of Trogdor "as a man." There are also some hills in the background along with a few trees, and the words "Trogdor the burninator" can be seen in the lower left-hand corner, in Olde English Text MT font.
"Oh yeah. Check out all his majesty." (from dragon)
- New Year's Day (January 1)
- Stinko-day (January 6)
- Trogday (January 13)
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (January 18)
- Feast of Mendelev (January 21)
- Feast of Dongolev (January 22)
The February page shows a picture of Dangeresque with his nunchuck gun, Renaldo, Dangeresque Too with a rope tied around his waist due to lack of special effects, and an explosion appearing in the background. The Gremlin is also poking out, and the word "Dangeresque" can be seen at the bottom.
"Looks like I'm gonna have to jump!" (originally from stunt double)
This shows a picture of Homestar Runner wearing a headband and holding up an Air Cardgage shoe (the shoe's logo and name can be seen above the picture.) Senor Cardgage himself can be seen off to the side, but blurry, and the bottom reads, "Available exclusively at Styles Upon Styles."
"Excuse me Belinda, can you give me bank my tenny show?" (calendar exclusive)
- Ides of Cardgage (March 15, the real holiday is "The Ides of March")
- St. Patrick's Day (March 17)
- Zombie Uprising 2046 (March 31)
- No Probalo Day? (empty day after March 31)
This page shows the Teen Girl Squad, with Cheerleader saying, "calendars are so boring." (Her shirt reads, "guh earl.") They are about to be attacked from all sides by a lawnmower, a Growlback, a tentacle, a bull, a lightning bolt with blood on it, a pile of sludge, eyeballs, a missile labeled "Pukey", and the Arrow'd Guy spitting saws and wearing a snake as a tie.
"Let's get ready to LOOK SO GOOD!" (from comic)
- "Kiss-a-Greg Day (he he he)" (April 1)
- Easter (April 4)
- Growlback Spirit Day (April 9)
- Cheatday (April 18)
- Look So Good Day (April 28)
This page shows a picture of Limozeen below text reading "Keep on Zeenin'!!" Surrounded by that are other pictures of the band, such Gary playing the guitar, the hardest chord ever, Mary drumming with no shirt on, the band from the Limozeen Thanksgiving E-Cards, and the band from the Limozeen Coloring Book, all with a fluorescent colored piece of construction paper around the clippings. Limozeen is written in the bottom center.
"We're from the band Limozeen!" (from a flashback Easter egg)
- St. Palaroncini's Day (May 5)
- Mother's Day (May 9)
- Leather Pants Festival (May 14)
- Leather Sock Festival (May 21)
- Senorial Day (May 24)
This page has the Quote of the week head for the Videlectrix guys on the television from the game catalog menu on the Videlectrix website. Above the television, Videlectrix is written along with the quote "We use computers... to make video games!" To the left of the television is a graphic from Where's an Egg? To the right is a graphic from Thy Dungeonman 3. Above the television are, from left to right, the box art for Thy Dungeonman, a sprite of Stinkoman, the Pigs on Head box art, and Rather Dashing with the robe and on fire. Below the television, from left to right, there is a distorted head of Vector Strong Bad from Strong Bad Zone, a Trogdor sprite from Trogdor!, the box art for Space Shipper, and the kid from Kid Speedy.
"What'd I tell you to do?" "To make good graphics" "GOOD GRAPHICS!" (from a Peasant's Quest Preview Easter egg)
- 5.25-inch Floppy Disk Day of Rememberance (June 7)
- Strong Badia Flag Day (June 14)
- Father's Day (June 20)
- Flask-Getting Day (Canada) (June 25)
This page takes place in the field. In the style of Happy Fireworks, it has The Cheat with fireworks (specifically, Fthoom-Bang) duct taped to him. Strong Bad is lighting one of the fireworks. Coach Z and Bubs sit in the background.
"It's dazzle-mazing!" (from Happy Fireworks)
The picture features three sections. The left section shows 1-up holding the blue crystal shard in Mountainous Region with the Shadowy Figure standing in the background. The middle section shows Stinkoman throwing the Cheatball and "lifting small rocks off the ground." The right section shows Pan Pan on Planet K.
"I could be mistaken but are you asking for a CHALLENGE??!" (similar to a quote from Under Construction)
- Browntant's Birthday (August 6)
- Lemke (August 13)
- Power Crunch Thursday! (August 19)
- National Day of Fighting and Challenge (August 23)
This page shows Old Timey Strong Bad on the left, with The Sneak and Strong Man behind him, pointing a gun at Old Timey Homestar and Old Timey Marzipan. Fat Dudley is standing behind them, with Fort Wayne Locomotive, Sickly Sam, Rumble Red, and Mr. Shmallow in the middle, between two sections of fence. Behind the right section of fence is The Moon and Old Timey Bubs, and behind the left fence side is The Barbershop Trio.
"Well, folks, you know what that means...Now I'll do a dance." (from 20X6 vs. 1936)
- Laybor Daybor (September 6)
- Rosh Hashana (September 9)
- Yom Kippur (September 18)
- First Contact w/ Rumble Red (September 21)
- Eat-A-Can-Day (September 27)
This month has a tribute to every single Halloween costume ever worn by every main character in every Halloween 'toon. Every single column consists of costumes worn by a certain character, and every row corresponds to a year (costumes of 2000, 2001, etc, with the exception of Homsar's 2002 and 2003, which are switched) in which a Halloween 'toon was chronologically released. Homsar's column in 2000 features a dotted Homsar outline. The columns are (from left to right): Homestar Runner, Bubs, Strong Bad, Pom Pom, Marzipan, Strong Sad, Coach Z, Strong Mad, The Poopsmith, The Cheat, The King of Town, and Homsar.
"Come on in heeeeere!!" (originally from bottom 10)
This page shows a scene from Let Us Give TANKS!, with Gunhaver exploding out of the turkey and the turkey leg flying past. Behind him are the characters of the Cheat Commandos (from left to right): A Blue Laser Minion, Crackotage, Blue Laser Commander, Reynold, Oliver Smidgen, Fightgar, Ripberger, and Silent Rip.
"I'm thankful for this bountiful Blue Laser Thanksgiving action playset!" (from Let Us Give TANKS!)
- Veteran's Day (November 11)
- Blow Up an Ocean Day (November 16)
- Thanksgiving (Happy T!!) (November 25)
- Buy All Our Playsets & Toys Day (November 26)
- Buy All Our Playsets & Toys Online Day (November 29)
This page shows a picture with a green leaf border. It is a snowy day in Free Country, USA, and Homestar (on the far left) is holding up a cup of Hot Jones. Strong Bad is holding up The Cheat so that he can put a carrot onto a snowman, who is actually just Strong Sad, who has a post-it note showing a top hat on his head, a pile of snow covering his body, coal buttons, and sticks where his arms should be, similar to Fall Float Parade. Strong Mad can be seen behind Strong Sad and on the right side of the picture.
"Foolish Homestar, Decemberween is not about getting people presents, It's about getting people GOOD presents!" (from Homestar Presents: Presents)
- Hanukkah begins (December 2)
- 12-Times-A-Day Day (December 12)
- Decemberweeve (December 24)
- Decemberween (December 25)
- New Year's Eve (December 31)