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Desc:Manbearpig's baffling purposelessness will haunt you
Category:Horror, Religious
Tags:manbearpig, Fat kid, brett keane, butterball, lolcow
Submitted:decoy
Date:05/25/16
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Comment count is 8
EvilHomer - 2016-05-25
I love Nick Bravo, but I can never keep up with his lesser satellites and drama-lampreys. They all seem to blur into one another.

Brett's the fat goth one who likes flagging videos, right?
15th - 2016-05-25
Looks pretty good.
dairyqueenlatifah - 2016-05-26
I'd watch it.

It's really embarrassing to admit, but years ago, when Youtube was still young and this guy still seemed sane, I used to watch his stuff. His whole Youtube history has been a slow mo train wreck.

Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2016-05-25
Starring: this guy's eyebrows
memedumpster - 2016-05-25
I don't get it, I thought manbearpig was Al Gore?
EvilHomer - 2016-05-25
Manbearpig is any irrational, over-hyped fear. It could be immigration, terrorism, vidya, bathrooms, or Al Gore. It is also (according to Encylopedia Dramatica) a nickname for Brett Keane, although how or why this nickname came to be applied to Brett is beyond the purview of my research.

memedumpster - 2016-05-25
No, I specifically remember two inbred hick Colorado mountain rednecks made a whole cartoon show denying climate change wherein Al Gore was manbearpig.

I like your apocrypha though.

EvilHomer - 2016-05-25
I have never seen this cartoon. There was a single episode of a cartoon show made by two well-bred Colorado mountain yuppies in which Al Gore *fought* Manbearpig, which in the episode was used as a metaphor for catastrophic AGW, but Al Gore was not himself Manbearpig.

There was another, later episode, in which Manbearpig became real, but here too he was a seperate character from Al Gore - a tulpa thought-form projected from the black depths of Al Gore's mind, perhaps, but not "actually" Al Gore.

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