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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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EvilHomer
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
Looks pretty good.
dairyqueenlatifah
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
Starring: this guy's eyebrows
memedumpster
I don't get it, I thought manbearpig was Al Gore?
EvilHomer
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
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
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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