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(Cracked)   Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering? Uh, I think so, Brain, but is it true I'm really the genius and you're the insane one?   (cracked.com) divider line 86
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2013-04-11 03:58:34 PM
Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?
 
2013-04-11 04:03:20 PM
this article sucked even by cracked standards.
 
2013-04-11 04:20:54 PM
My co-worker and I have gotten to the point where if one of us asks, "What'll we do tomorrow?," the other immediately replies, "The same thing we do every day:  try to take over the world!"
 
Pud [TotalFark]
2013-04-11 04:35:39 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?


They take turns with the strap-on.
 
2013-04-11 04:41:06 PM

bluorangefyre: My co-worker and I have gotten to the point where if one of us asks, "What'll we do tomorrow?," the other immediately replies, "The same thing we do every day:  try to take over the world!"


How original.  I wish I would have thought of something like that.
 
2013-04-11 05:13:11 PM

Revek: bluorangefyre: My co-worker and I have gotten to the point where if one of us asks, "What'll we do tomorrow?," the other immediately replies, "The same thing we do every day:  try to take over the world!"

How original.  I wish I would have thought of something like that.


I'll put it this way:  we'd be about as successful at taking over the world as Pinky and the Brain.
 
2013-04-11 05:34:23 PM

Pud: FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?

They take turns with the strap-on.


Is it a strap on or one of those peg attachments, like the rest of their appendages?
 
2013-04-11 05:34:42 PM
I think it's You'reADweeb and I'mADoofus.  Or vice versa.

/DNRTFA
 
2013-04-11 05:35:48 PM

Pud: They take turns with the strap-on.


I couldn't help but read your login as "Spud" considering the context.
 
2013-04-11 05:38:37 PM
What about Larry?
 
2013-04-11 05:38:41 PM

Pud: FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?

They take turns with the strap-on.


it's really more of a snap-on.
 
2013-04-11 05:44:10 PM
Cracked:  How to spend all day jacking off on reddit and get paid for it.
 
2013-04-11 05:44:35 PM

JustMatt: Pud: FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?

They take turns with the strap-on.

Is it a strap on or one of those peg attachments, like the rest of their appendages?


Mr. Potato Head likes being pegged?
 
2013-04-11 05:45:18 PM
Cracked?  I'm gonna go ahead and figure it's a poorly written article filled with Mr. Fantastic level stretches and concludes with the auther asserting that because s/he thinks so, it must be true.
 
2013-04-11 05:49:48 PM
Andy's dad is dead in the Toy Story movies. Woody is his dad's toy.
 
2013-04-11 05:51:02 PM
Haha, I like the Courage the Cowardly dog theory, that seems the most plausible.
 
2013-04-11 05:51:35 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?


An eyefull
 
2013-04-11 05:51:39 PM
Narf!
 
2013-04-11 05:54:50 PM
Who the fark DIDN'T know that Pinky was the smart one?
 
2013-04-11 05:55:31 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?


More holes than he can ever fill at once.
 
2013-04-11 05:56:59 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?


Appealing.
 
2013-04-11 05:58:23 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?


At first they get baked for about an hour, then Mrs. Potato gets all buttery and salty, then Mr. Potato puts his bacon on her and covers her with sour cream.
 
2013-04-11 06:00:07 PM
It's always amusing when it's painfully obvious that an article's writer doesn't know what he's talking about. I speak of course about Pinky and the Brain, and instead of going into details that will make me seem like a whiny nerd, I'll sit back and feel smug because of his inaccuracies.
 
2013-04-11 06:01:20 PM

Dalrint: Haha, I like the Courage the Cowardly dog theory, that seems the most plausible.


Except there are episodes where we see evidence that the horrors are real and not just Courage's skewering of reality. I'm thinking of the episode where Eustace and Muriel were hypnotized by flan (or something close to that). We saw them come out of their hypnosis at the end, and they were confused by what happened to their bodies ("What happened to you, woman? You're as big as a house!"). If it was all in Courage's head, what made them eat all that flan without being aware of it?
 
2013-04-11 06:05:07 PM
Courage was an incredible show with unnaturally good music.  I remember the episode with Doc Gerbil, and the song they played during the final chase was sublime.
 
2013-04-11 06:19:07 PM

FutureWars: It's always amusing when it's painfully obvious that an article's writer doesn't know what he's talking about. I speak of course about Pinky and the Brain, and instead of going into details that will make me seem like a whiny nerd, I'll sit back and feel smug because of his inaccuracies.


So I went out looking for a list of all of the things typed at the end of the credits (like, "Intentionally left out of the Name Game: Plucky") and can't find a list anywhere.  You'd think that would be the kind of thing they'd have on the wiki, but either they don't or my GoogleFu is weak.
 
2013-04-11 06:19:48 PM

Ryker's Peninsula: FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?

At first they get baked for about an hour, then Mrs. Potato gets all buttery and salty, then Mr. Potato puts his bacon on her and covers her with sour cream.


And nine months later... tater tots!
 
2013-04-11 06:20:19 PM

Banacek: Andy's dad is dead in the Toy Story movies. Woody is his dad's toy.


That wouldn't be a bad theory except that there aren't even pictures of the dad around.
 
2013-04-11 06:22:14 PM

Tremolo: Banacek: Andy's dad is dead in the Toy Story movies. Woody is his dad's toy.

That wouldn't be a bad theory except that there aren't even pictures of the dad around.


We didn't see much of the house from the human eye-level at all though.
 
2013-04-11 06:25:15 PM

timujin: FutureWars: It's always amusing when it's painfully obvious that an article's writer doesn't know what he's talking about. I speak of course about Pinky and the Brain, and instead of going into details that will make me seem like a whiny nerd, I'll sit back and feel smug because of his inaccuracies.

So I went out looking for a list of all of the things typed at the end of the credits (like, "Intentionally left out of the Name Game: Plucky") and can't find a list anywhere.  You'd think that would be the kind of thing they'd have on the wiki, but either they don't or my GoogleFu is weak.


Just weak...

http://kidsblockblog.wordpress.com/2011/09/21/list-of-tiny-toon-adve nt ures-gag-credits/
 
2013-04-11 06:28:50 PM
Re: Pinky and the Brain

Sounds like the plot to "Without a Clue", a Sherlock Holmes comedy in which we discover that Holmes is an actor and kind of an idiot, while Dr. Watson is the genius with no sense for the dramatic.
 
2013-04-11 06:31:21 PM
 I thought that was the joke all along.
 
2013-04-11 06:32:20 PM
Maybe Andy had two moms and their voices are similar. You bigots ever think of that?

lol.
 
2013-04-11 07:04:03 PM
the wall-e one is an interesting theory, I just assumed they all ran out of power and he had a glitch that allowed him to think outside the box and keep himself going.
 
2013-04-11 07:06:00 PM
It is really incredibly sad when fans read way too much into TV shows and movies, especially those from childhood (grow-up ffs). I'd imagine that if you take any of these theories and present them to the creators, they would nod and smile nervously, and roll their eyes while making a circular motion with their index finger pointing to their temple after you have walked away.
 
2013-04-11 07:07:23 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?


Let's just say, "it get's weird"

placeitonluckydan.com
 
2013-04-11 07:08:20 PM
I always thought it was pretty clear in Toy Story that Andy's mom was just an unmarried single mother. Would that be so shocking? Is there really that much of a need to turn them into a "normal" family and then come up with a reason there was no father figure?
 
2013-04-11 07:09:08 PM

Der Poopflinger: the wall-e one is an interesting theory, I just assumed they all ran out of power and he had a glitch that allowed him to think outside the box and keep himself going.


That was my take.  The others were just mindless robots, going about their business.  Wall-e on the other hand for some unknown reason got the Johnny 5 treatment, giving him self-awareness, which drove him to learn how to repair himself to keep going.  Which is why he outlasted the others.
 
2013-04-11 07:16:39 PM
 
2013-04-11 07:17:50 PM

Krunnky: FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?

Let's just say, "it get's weird"

[placeitonluckydan.com image 350x224]


But he draws the line at monkies.
 
2013-04-11 07:31:51 PM

B.L.Z. Bub: Dalrint: Haha, I like the Courage the Cowardly dog theory, that seems the most plausible.

Except there are episodes where we see evidence that the horrors are real and not just Courage's skewering of reality. I'm thinking of the episode where Eustace and Muriel were hypnotized by flan (or something close to that). We saw them come out of their hypnosis at the end, and they were confused by what happened to their bodies ("What happened to you, woman? You're as big as a house!"). If it was all in Courage's head, what made them eat all that flan without being aware of it?


Eustace was always a dick, though. You could explain that away by him just taunting her over getting fat and Courage's brain taking it literally.

The Courage theory is actually sort of depressing, if you think about it. Poor dog spends his entire life cooped up in the house with the old people in a constant state of irrational fear every time anything changes slightly....
 
2013-04-11 07:39:01 PM

imgod2u: Tremolo: Banacek: Andy's dad is dead in the Toy Story movies. Woody is his dad's toy.

That wouldn't be a bad theory except that there aren't even pictures of the dad around.

We didn't see much of the house from the human eye-level at all though.


Not to mention it could just be as simple as his mom's gotten around a few times too many and popped out 2 kids from random people. Not that Andy doesn't have a dad so much as his mom's a single mother.
 
2013-04-11 07:44:14 PM
5: Probably not. He's just practical.
4: That would explain a bit.
3: It's just a cartoon.
2: What I've been saying for years.
1: You just took a very dark turn and I'll never be able to view that movie without thinking about that.

Let me ruin some other things for you.
Christopher Robbin's friends were part of suppressing the actions of his pedophilic caregiver.
The destruction of the Death Star was an inside job.
No one ever used the word Ewok.
The Dude should have just taken his carpet to the cleaners.
Dan Akroyd thought Ghostbusters would be a documentary.
Das Kapital was written to pay his rent.
No humanity in The Lion King
 
2013-04-11 07:56:04 PM

Der Poopflinger: the wall-e one is an interesting theory, I just assumed they all ran out of power and he had a glitch that allowed him to think outside the box and keep himself going.


The Wall-E one is stupid. When have you eve seen every single machine break down at the same time? Whatever makes him more than a robot also makes him have a sense of self-preservation. That's all the backstory we need.
 
2013-04-11 08:09:17 PM
I always liked the theory that the whole of Batman is all part of a revenge fantasy of a dying child. Murderers don't usually leave behind living witnesses. It's all taking place in Bruce's mind after being shot.
 
2013-04-11 08:13:17 PM
wildcardjack:
Let me ruin some other things for you.
Christopher Robbin's friends were part of suppressing the actions of his pedophilic caregiver.


[notsureifserious.jpg], but Christopher Robin was A. A. Milne's son, and his toys were the inspiration for the characters in the Pooh books. There's no subtext going on there.
 
2013-04-11 08:14:21 PM

 meawhile in Africa


Link
 
2013-04-11 08:46:17 PM

Mikey1969: down at the same time


Over 700 years.
 
2013-04-11 08:49:40 PM
In The Wizard of OZ, Dorothy witnesses the horrific death of Miss Gultch during the tornado and the OZ fantasy is how she deals with the shock.
 
2013-04-11 08:55:03 PM

rkane1: In The Wizard of OZ, Dorothy witnesses the horrific death of Miss Gultch during the tornado and the OZ fantasy is how she deals with the shock.


Wait until you read Allan Moores version.
 
2013-04-11 08:56:05 PM
I think the best one Cracked has found so far was Ferris Bueller's Day Off - it's Cameron the whole time, a la Tyler Durden.
 
2013-04-11 09:02:01 PM

Lokasenna: I think the best one Cracked has found so far was Ferris Bueller's Day Off - it's Cameron the whole time, a la Tyler Durden.


THIS
 
2013-04-11 09:04:19 PM

RobertBruce: Mikey1969: down at the same time

Over 700 years.


Yeah, they broke down here and there over the course of 700 years, no need to over analyze the movie... The list is typical of Cracked.
 
2013-04-11 09:10:33 PM

error 303: I always thought it was pretty clear in Toy Story that Andy's mom was just an unmarried single mother. Would that be so shocking? Is there really that much of a need to turn them into a "normal" family and then come up with a reason there was no father figure?


Why was normal in quotes? 2 parents = normal.
 
2013-04-11 09:17:56 PM

Shenanigans!: wildcardjack:
Let me ruin some other things for you.
Christopher Robbin's friends were part of suppressing the actions of his pedophilic caregiver.

[notsureifserious.jpg], but Christopher Robin was A. A. Milne's son, and his toys were the inspiration for the characters in the Pooh books. There's no subtext going on there.


His comment is that, in the fiction of the stories, Christopher Robin invents the vivid and details friendship and stories as an escape from the constant rape and sexual assault from a pedophilic caregiver.
 
2013-04-11 09:19:18 PM

Fade2black: error 303: I always thought it was pretty clear in Toy Story that Andy's mom was just an unmarried single mother. Would that be so shocking? Is there really that much of a need to turn them into a "normal" family and then come up with a reason there was no father figure?

Why was normal in quotes? 2 parents = normal.


Nope.
 
xcv
2013-04-11 09:44:32 PM
Childhood? Wall-E came out in 2008, what the hell is Crack's target demographic.
 
2013-04-11 10:08:36 PM

xcv: Childhood? Wall-E came out in 2008, what the hell is Crack's target demographic.


Anyone that they can get to click
 
2013-04-11 10:10:33 PM

kroonermanblack: Shenanigans!: wildcardjack:
Let me ruin some other things for you.
Christopher Robbin's friends were part of suppressing the actions of his pedophilic caregiver.

[notsureifserious.jpg], but Christopher Robin was A. A. Milne's son, and his toys were the inspiration for the characters in the Pooh books. There's no subtext going on there.

His comment is that, in the fiction of the stories, Christopher Robin invents the vivid and details friendship and stories as an escape from the constant rape and sexual assault from a pedophilic caregiver.


Yeah, that theory makes no sense whatsoever, and there's nothing in the books to suggest that. Alice in Wonderland, sure. Winnie the Pooh, not at all, especially given the fact that it's the kid's dad who wrote the stories, which was my point.

/Yeah, I'm loads of fun at parties!
 
2013-04-11 10:28:38 PM
Dnrtfa. Is it unnecessarily split in two to double ad revenue? Those farkers will split a list of two items in half to get that second click.
 
2013-04-11 10:45:41 PM

Shenanigans!: kroonermanblack: Shenanigans!: wildcardjack:
Let me ruin some other things for you.
Christopher Robbin's friends were part of suppressing the actions of his pedophilic caregiver.

[notsureifserious.jpg], but Christopher Robin was A. A. Milne's son, and his toys were the inspiration for the characters in the Pooh books. There's no subtext going on there.

His comment is that, in the fiction of the stories, Christopher Robin invents the vivid and details friendship and stories as an escape from the constant rape and sexual assault from a pedophilic caregiver.

Yeah, that theory makes no sense whatsoever, and there's nothing in the books to suggest that. Alice in Wonderland, sure. Winnie the Pooh, not at all, especially given the fact that it's the kid's dad who wrote the stories, which was my point.

/Yeah, I'm loads of fun at parties!


You don't know anything about child abuse victims do you?

The father writting it has less than nothing to do with it.
 
2013-04-11 10:48:31 PM
Well that escalated quickly.
 
2013-04-11 10:50:51 PM

kroonermanblack: Shenanigans!: kroonermanblack: Shenanigans!: wildcardjack:
Let me ruin some other things for you.
Christopher Robbin's friends were part of suppressing the actions of his pedophilic caregiver.

[notsureifserious.jpg], but Christopher Robin was A. A. Milne's son, and his toys were the inspiration for the characters in the Pooh books. There's no subtext going on there.

His comment is that, in the fiction of the stories, Christopher Robin invents the vivid and details friendship and stories as an escape from the constant rape and sexual assault from a pedophilic caregiver.

Yeah, that theory makes no sense whatsoever, and there's nothing in the books to suggest that. Alice in Wonderland, sure. Winnie the Pooh, not at all, especially given the fact that it's the kid's dad who wrote the stories, which was my point.

/Yeah, I'm loads of fun at parties!

You don't know anything about child abuse victims do you?

The father writting it has less than nothing to do with it.


Sorry, if you were trying to convince me, you failed completely.
 
2013-04-11 10:54:11 PM
Have you ever noticed most alternate readings of something are the most bleakest depressing ways of looking at things?

"Lucy taking the ball away is Charlie Brown views her constant beating and raping of him."

shiat like that.

/Charlie Brown has cancer and is going through kemotheorpy, that's why he has nohair
//sad now
 
2013-04-11 10:59:53 PM
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-04-11 11:13:00 PM

Lokasenna: I think the best one Cracked has found so far was Ferris Bueller's Day Off - it's Cameron the whole time, a la Tyler Durden.


cdnimg.visualizeus.com

/I first heard the Pinky and the Brain theory here.  If memory serves, it was a thread about incompetent cartoon sidekicks.  I suggested Pinky, and someone, I wish I remembered who, responded Brain was the crazy sidekick.  Pinky was the care-taker who humored him.
 
2013-04-11 11:45:15 PM

Mr_Juche: I always liked the theory that the whole of Batman is all part of a revenge fantasy of a dying child. Murderers don't usually leave behind living witnesses. It's all taking place in Bruce's mind after being shot.


The Mysterious Occurence at Crime Alley?
 
2013-04-11 11:51:35 PM

mcmnky: Lokasenna: I think the best one Cracked has found so far was Ferris Bueller's Day Off - it's Cameron the whole time, a la Tyler Durden.

[cdnimg.visualizeus.com image 215x184]

/I first heard the Pinky and the Brain theory here.  If memory serves, it was a thread about incompetent cartoon sidekicks.  I suggested Pinky, and someone, I wish I remembered who, responded Brain was the crazy sidekick.  Pinky was the care-taker who humored him.


Kinda like a cartoon version of Shutter Island...
 
2013-04-12 12:02:16 AM
Some people need less weed. Also, "your childhood" doesn't mean the same thing as "your opinion of the human race". Stop saying things about my childhood. My childhood is fine. My belief in you people is what gets continually raped and ruined.
 
2013-04-12 12:54:35 AM

TheOmni: Fade2black: error 303: I always thought it was pretty clear in Toy Story that Andy's mom was just an unmarried single mother. Would that be so shocking? Is there really that much of a need to turn them into a "normal" family and then come up with a reason there was no father figure?

Why was normal in quotes? 2 parents = normal.

Nope.


Ostrich all you want, most people get onto this mortal coil with two parents.
 
2013-04-12 02:23:26 AM

skozlaw: B.L.Z. Bub: Dalrint: Haha, I like the Courage the Cowardly dog theory, that seems the most plausible.

Except there are episodes where we see evidence that the horrors are real and not just Courage's skewering of reality. I'm thinking of the episode where Eustace and Muriel were hypnotized by flan (or something close to that). We saw them come out of their hypnosis at the end, and they were confused by what happened to their bodies ("What happened to you, woman? You're as big as a house!"). If it was all in Courage's head, what made them eat all that flan without being aware of it?

Eustace was always a dick, though. You could explain that away by him just taunting her over getting fat and Courage's brain taking it literally.

The Courage theory is actually sort of depressing, if you think about it. Poor dog spends his entire life cooped up in the house with the old people in a constant state of irrational fear every time anything changes slightly....


Courage is a Republican and all of the monsters are really just the Guatemalan neighbors coming over to ask for a cup of sugar, etc.?
 
2013-04-12 02:39:30 AM
E.T. is a Jedi botanist.

1. He has Force abilities (healing, telekinesis, empathic link, healing trance)
2. His people were in the Senate during Padme's time.
3. He seemed to recognize Yoda.
4. He is a botanist.

Far in the future of the Star Wars galaxy, long after Luke's time, the Jedi Order continues to exist and send out explorers to other galaxies. E.T. was one of those Jedi.
 
2013-04-12 02:42:59 AM
If I remember correctly, Pinky had a couple episodes where it was obvious he was the smart one.  I thought everyone knew that was the 'joke'. Kind of like how eveyone knew Wile E would never catch the roadrunner (even when he finally did), or Barney Rubble was beating Betty.  He was an idiot, and a CAVEMAN!!  What else could happen?

Toy story was about Andy's mom being a whore and now he dealt with it. It's why they ate Pizza Planet all the time (once) and moved constantly (once). There was no Father or mention of him. I thought everyone knew that. How many kids do YOU know that never mention their father, and their mother was NOT a whore?  Single mom with 2 kids, raised by HERSELF?  You KNOW she's putting out.  If I met her out at PP, Andy would be bringing me beer by the next week, and Buzzed would be my nickname.

Sometimes the simplest answers are the best. Occam's razor. Parsimony.

I thought everyone knew these things.
 
2013-04-12 02:49:25 AM

B.L.Z. Bub: Dalrint: Haha, I like the Courage the Cowardly dog theory, that seems the most plausible.

Except there are episodes where we see evidence that the horrors are real and not just Courage's skewering of reality. I'm thinking of the episode where Eustace and Muriel were hypnotized by flan (or something close to that). We saw them come out of their hypnosis at the end, and they were confused by what happened to their bodies ("What happened to you, woman? You're as big as a house!"). If it was all in Courage's head, what made them eat all that flan without being aware of it?


Simple, Eustace was just calling Muriel fat, like couples do.
 
2013-04-12 03:58:56 AM
the internet is so full of useless information.
 
2013-04-12 05:57:00 AM
tries to eat Muriel, and then gets vaporized by a ray gun, only to come back the next episode with no memory of the incident. Who knows what happened in reality -- maybe he just sneezed and Courage's doggy imagination took it from there.

Oh COME ON! He eats his wife and then "sneezes". Just connect the dots
 
2013-04-12 08:18:20 AM

The All-Powerful Atheismo: Who the fark DIDN'T know that Pinky was the smart one?


One's a genius, the other's insane... and Brain is clearly insane. Seems clear to me.
 
2013-04-12 09:39:43 AM

FirstNationalBastard: Y'know, this article brings up an interesting point...

What is sex between Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head like?


http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-RSieDd_LUD0/T1luJd8kGaI/AAAAAAAAEaY/qqjsVi Bo OrE/s1600/tumblr_lzyyulzjly1qede6xo2_250.gif

Let's have Duane The Rock Johnson demonstrate.
 
2013-04-12 10:08:16 AM
I think so Brain. But this time can I be the pitcher?
 
2013-04-12 10:19:13 AM

Flappyhead: rkane1: In The Wizard of OZ, Dorothy witnesses the horrific death of Miss Gultch during the tornado and the OZ fantasy is how she deals with the shock.

Wait until you read Allan Moores version.


Holy farkin shiat. I looked that up on Wikipedia. Time to go scrub my body. I somehow feel sullied.
 
2013-04-12 11:32:02 AM

Shenanigans!: Sorry, if you were trying to convince me, you failed completely.


the stuffed animals were hand downs from the author to his son and he substituted his son to cover for the author's own hellish childhood.
 
2013-04-12 12:59:03 PM

Flappyhead: Wait until you read Allan Moores version.


Such a shiatty, shiatty book. I'm not sure what he was trying to say, except "Look how edgy I am! Isn't this edgy? Ooh, let's be more edgy!"
 
2013-04-12 02:44:25 PM
The first and last day of spring:

cdn.ebaumsworld.com

/R I P
 
2013-04-12 03:42:31 PM
Here's something that will blow your mind, especially if you've played Baldur's gate:

Minsc. Darkwing Duck. Sat-am Sonic's Robotnik (as in, the GOOD sonic show), Montery Jack. Winnie the Pooh. Pete (gooftroop etc). Bonkers. Fuzzy Lumpkins. Psycrow. SO MANY MORE:

All the voice acting of Jim Cummings.

Yes, Minsc=Darkwing Duck.

/Also, he apparently calls kids in children's hospitals as Winnie the Pooh, just because.
 
2013-04-12 03:48:49 PM
I liked the theory about Pinky and The Brain the best. But that Toy Story one has been floating around for years.
 
2013-04-12 07:41:28 PM

FuturePastNow: The All-Powerful Atheismo: Who the fark DIDN'T know that Pinky was the smart one?

One's a genius, the other's insane... and Brain is clearly insane. Seems clear to me.


I, mean, he was clearly aware that interspecies mating with Pippi Longstocking would at best result in a wretched monster, and understood marketing well enough to know that sad meals just wouldn't sell.
 
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