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Image:qod 9 - homsar.PNG Homsar's words of wisdom: "My baseboards are full of chicken sticks!"
That's me. Yeah.

So, I'm Bluebry. I'm mostly over at Fanstuff, but I'm here sometimes.

[edit] Current thoughts

Just the things I think of. I'll try to keep it updated.



Meat, cheese and vegetables collected together in a Mexican tortilla that makes a tasty treat.

[edit] Appearances

[edit] See Also

[[Category:Generic food and drinks]]

[edit] Words Ending in -o

[[Category:Word running gags]]

[edit] The King of Town's Health Problems

The King of Town is obsessed with food and eating, and does not have especially healthy habits.

  • Some Stupid Turkey — The King of Town eats an entire Thanksgiving feast to the point where he is ready to puke.
  • Halloween Fairstival — His remedy for hiccups is to feed them until they mature into liver failure. He also has a ham in place of his heart.
  • Halloween Potion Ma-Jig — He and the Poopsmith are seeking out a ham sandwich he buried when he was nine. When Homestar describes how he found it, ate it, and felt like puking it back up, the King remarks that he wishes Homestar had.
  • Email more armies — The King of Town is "out to lunch" inhaling giblets through a respirator.
  • [[Strong Badia the Free] — The King of Town requests a gravy-filled IV drip from a medical dining facility.
  • Email retirement — In his circus act as "Clogdor", his burps transform into fried eggs.
  • Email record book — The King of Town eats a giant pile of salt for lunch. He claims that his "hiccups" are actually heart attacks.
  • Email unnatural — When King Bubsgonzola Supreme rampages around and causes the ground to shake, bystanders believe the King of Town is getting his mega-physical.
  • Email fan club — Strong Bad writes a story where the King of Town eats an entire pile of whatsit. The King of Town says he wishes it were fiction.
  • Which Ween Costumes? — When Strong Bad asks if "Hundred and One" is the King's age or number of heart attacks, the King implies both are closer to triple that.
  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 17.2 — The King of Town claims to have had his DNA surgically replaced with MSG, and that he's dying.
  • Fan 'Stumes 2020Marshie encourages viewers to open their pores and let him into their hearts to clog up their veins. The King of Town volunteers readily.
  • Halloween Hide & Seek — His jumps on a trampoline because he ate a chocolate bar too quickly and wanted to puke it up so he could savor it properly.
  • Dangeresque Roomisode 3: Keep my Enemies, LoserPerducci tearfully denies that his tears are made from olive oil.
  • The Show: Ween Edition — The King of Town guesses that Homestar would misrepresent his costume as himself on a CPAP machine, implying he has trouble breathing when he sleeps. Homestar guesses that the King of Town is in the ICU.

[[Category:Food running gags]]

[edit] Jank

Noun: Can be anything, similar to "junk": "Gimme that jank!"
Verb: To harm someone: "You was trying to jank me!"
Adjective: "Janky": Doesn't work well.

[edit] Examples

[[Category:Word running gags]]

[edit] -ularly

Novelty confections have to be my favorite growth sector of the suffix industry.

The suffix -ularly, meaning "of or relating to something", is often appended to words in a way that does not form a proper adverb.

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[edit] Variations

  • Email licensed — Strong Bad offers a "gummi gel-ular pop, from Strong Badge: The Movie" as an example of an unlicensed confection.

[[Category:Variable word running gags]]"

[edit] Other Stuff

[edit] Tangerine Dreams

Picture Description
"Yer a bum!"
Tangerine Dreams is awesome. And is orange.
Da real Tangerine Dreams
Tangerine Dreams, Homestar, and Strong Bad, as friends. Awwwwww.
Tangerine Dreams' back (provided by Smileyface11945 - Thanks!)
Tangerine Dreams IM
Tangerine Dreams in underwears (how's it going, Texas?)
Tangerine Dreams probably creating a massive paradox.
Tangerine Dreams back.
Keep on File Edit Helpin'!
Poorly drawn.
A full Tangerine Dreams.
The Tangerine Dreams manufacturer's logo.
Bubsty's computer, Aquamarine Dreams (Image provided by Thekillerdynamo - Thanks to you, too!)

[edit] Tangerine Dreams was used as a Main Page selected article!

"Your computer has too much computer in it and not enough typewriter."

Tangerine Dreams is The Cheat's iMac computer. He uses it to make Flash cartoons including The Cheat Theme Song, Everybody to the Limit, Main Page 15, and many more. It has also been used by Strong Bad to check his email in weird dream. Tangerine Dreams also appeared as a real live computer in Labor Dabor, in which it appears to be a Slot-Loading Tangerine iMac DV running Mac OS 9. The logo on Tangerine Dreams (the same logo as on the Tandy 400)—a rainbow-colored star with a bite taken out of its side—is a play on the old Apple logo, a rainbow apple with a bite missing. After using Tangerine dreams for many years, The Cheat was shown designing a new No Loafing Sign graphic with a new 5th Generation iMac in the email redesign. (More...)

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