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"Beep! Beep! Beep! Your eternity alarm's going off."

Several times in the Homestar Runner universe, characters will often mention eternity as an expression of hyperbole. However, there are some cases where it presumably is used literally.

[edit] Appearances

  • 3 Times Halloween FunjobStrong Bad tells The King of Town, "We're prepared to give you a dozen of these eggs and let you wash it down with a roll of toilet paper, in exchange for you leaving us alone for the rest of eternity." The King readily agrees.
  • Peasant's Quest — If the player gets the second keeper's question wrong, he will condemn Rather Dashing to write corny folk songs for the rest of eternity.
  • Jibblies 2 — The Jibblies Painting makes Homestar Runner stay in the painting for all eternity to un-jibblify everyone else. At first, Homestar agrees, saying he loves eternity, but then he tries to convince the Jibblies Painting that eternity had passed so he could go home.
  • Strong Badia the Free — The King of Town's tax notice is signed, "Your ruler for eternity, the King of Town".
  • Peasant's Quest 2: Return of the Babym'n — The backstory states that instead of trying to fight the dragon, the brave peasant, Mitch, decided to banish Trogdor with powerful magicks and card tricks by sealing him in his cave for all eternity.
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