Strong Bad Imitating Homsar

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"I was raised by a cup of coffee."

Occasionally, Strong Bad will imitate Homsar by speaking nonsensical sentences in a similar vein as him, either when mocking him or commenting on something seemingly out of place.

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  • Email interviewStrong Bad doodles himself and Homsar on post-it notes attached to pens and acts out a mock-interview between the two. He speaks these sentences as replies to his questions:
    • "DaAaAaA! I'm a song from the sixties!"
    • "AaAaA! Rightio! I think I can twice!"
    • "DaAa! I was raised by a cup of coffee."
    • "'Twas the pride of the peaches."
    • "DaAaA! Don't fake the funk on a nasty dunk!"
  • Fan Costumes '07 — While commenting on a young man's Homsar costume, Strong Bad imagines "[A] missing teen, dressed as some type of giant moron ... last seen wandering into the woods, repeating 'AaAaAaAa'm the make-money magnate!'".
  • Strong Badia The Free — On the Homsar Reservation, Strong Bad imitates Homsar in an effort to communicate with him.
    • "I'm an all-expenses-paid vacation!"
    • "AaAaA, I broke the tip off my stipend!"
    • "AaAaA, save room for the laughtrack, Lowcash!"
    • "I'm a fresh dipe, if you see what I mean."
    • "Daaaaahhh... I'm the old jalboa jump shot!"
  • Fan Costumes '08 — Strong Bad notices that a boy had taped a paper cutout of Homsar's hat to the door behind him for his Homsar costume picture. He notes in Homsar's voice, "I tape my hat to the door."
  • Fan Costumes 2015 — While commenting on a man's Homsar costume, he says on his surroundings, "I stick a Q on the wall by the dream catchers."

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