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[edit] Girl or Ghoul?

I just reverted an edit that changed Homestar's line from "little boy or little girl" to "little boy or little ghoul." I get the holiday pun, but I think it's just Homstar's accent. Comments?-- tomstiff 13:40, 26 Aug 2005 (UTC)

I think that's just Homestar's speech impediment and him saying gul. Just jike in Puppets on the Road."HOMESTAR RUNNER: You're attracting girls {pronounced "guls"}.--minibaseball.png Bkmlb(talk to me·stuff I did) 13:50, 26 Aug 2005 (UTC)

There's no doubt it's "girl." THE SMOKING MONKEY 14:34, 26 Aug 2005 (UTC)

yes, he is saying girl not ghoul

[edit] Modified?

Date: October 20, 2003 (original) October 22, 2003 (last modified)

How exactly was it modified? I think a note in the Fun Facts for any of these would be nice, plus a meantion in H* updates 2003, from anybody who knows how exactly it was modified. Thunderbird 11:46, 5 Sep 2005 (UTC)

[edit] noticed something

i noticed that vampires don't have reflections in mirrors, and marshie seems to have a reflection in that mirror when he says "WHAT MORE DO THEY WANT!!" i'm gonna put that in fun facts, and if anybody has a disagreement with it here, and wants to change it back, tell me why on here please. thanks! -posted by DDRfreak1

Well, Marshie isn't a real vampire there. He's just dressed as one. But good eye! And, if you want to sign your name like the others, just type in 4 tildes. like this:~~~~. See how mine goes- Homestramy20|Talk 03:46, 23 Sep 2005 (UTC)

You're right about the general belief that vampires (fictional as they may be) do not have reflections. I also heard they dislike garlic and sharp metal stakes. Be that as it may, I think that since Marshie himself said he was "dressed as a vampire" reveals the fact that he isn't really a vampire. But well spotted, nevertheless. —THE PAPER PREEEOW 03:50, 23 Sep 2005 (UTC) Edit: Heh, guess Homestramy20 got to it first. —THE PAPER PREEEOW

ok, it just seems like he would be one, because he is out of his costume in that scene, but he still has his vampire teeth in. but yeah, thanks anyway. posted by DDRfreak1 03:48, 23 Sep 2005 (UTC)

I've noticed that Marshie is creepy.And i have nightmares about him every night. - Rad p.s. SEE! SEE!! And when he's swimming in marshmellows the sun is rising and he's a vampire so...He should die.

[edit] Closed STUFF

[edit] A Grave Design Indeed

On top of Mr. Shmallow's grave is a common pumpkin cutting design.

Posted on: 02:58, 22 January 2007 (UTC)
Closed: 22:42, 28 January 2007 (UTC)

VERDICT: This item was declined, 14–1. The votes and arguments have been moved to HRWiki:STUFF/Archive/Malloween Commercial.

[edit] Stack 'Em To The Heavens

Am I alone in thinking that Marshie thinking about writing a song called "Stack 'Em To The Heavens" is a reference to "Stairway to Heaven"? 19:34, 21 August 2007 (UTC)

NOE!!JOO R NAWT ULLONE!!!I THINCK SOE 2!!!!11! - Rad. And for those of you who don't understand me. Yes I believe it is a reference to Stair way to heaven.

I'm almost certain that it's a reference to the Biblical story of the Tower of Babel.Randomnerd10 16:45, 6 March 2008 (UTC)

[edit] Marshie-Life Crisis?

Does anyone else think that the scene of Marshie screaming at the mirror, out of costume, suggest that he isn't happy in his role as a mascot for marshmallows? Shouldn't this be added to Marshie's article? – The Chort 18:21, 10 December 2008 (UTC)

[edit] Boogity Boogity

Is this a reference to NASCAR? StarFox 06:08, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

No, I don't think so. What makes you think so? — It's dot com 18:37, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

[edit] Spelling of Can-D

Could the spelling of "Can-D" be a reference to the Philip K. Dick's story "The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch" in which a drug named "Can-D" transports users into a Barbie-esque fantasy world? Also Can-D appears again in Commandos in the Classroom as an actual drug being pushed by Blue Laser.

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