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Desc:How we love them so.
Category:Humor, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:Internet, flash cartoons, where the hell is Will It Blend
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Comment count is 27
Aelric - 2007-12-03
i find myself filled with shame at how many of these references i get, as far back as "fire bad" and beyond.
baleen - 2007-12-03

Dear god. I have seen every thing he references and I'm not sure if I feel good about that.
waxeater - 2007-12-03
I can't believe this made it out of the Hopper.
zatojones - 2007-12-03
I can't believe you're pretending that a video about popular internet videos doesn't belong on a site devoted to popular internet videos.

waxeater - 2007-12-03
Not if it's this stupid, it doesn't.

KnowFuture - 2007-12-03
I can't believe you eat wax.

Redlof - 2007-12-03
This was very well done. Too bad it has nothing even vaguely resembling a joke.
FABIO2 - 2007-12-03
If Family Guy was a joke free flash cartoon of nothing but pop culture references instead of a joke free regular cartoon of nothing but pop culture references.
The Great Hippo - 2007-12-03
I'd see your point if this was thirty minutes of pop culture references repeated for the length of seven seasons. But since it's just a little three minute thing, four stars.

Also, I remember "FIRE, BAD". Jesus. That one must at least be eight years old. Has it really been that long, Internet?

We've learned so much.

Rovin - 2007-12-03
Internet nostalgia... kinda neat, but there's really no joke to it, and the song sounds like a parody of billy Joel's "We Didn't Start The Fire..." until the chorus, when it - um - doesn't anymore.
Pandatronic - 2007-12-03
It's a powerpoint show of traced internet memes to bad music without a single joke a sight.
Caminante Nocturno - 2007-12-03
It's way, way too early to be doing a song about all of that.
The Great Hippo - 2007-12-03
Maybe you're right. Maybe we should treat the internet like comedians treat tragic events, waiting an amount of time appropriate to the degree of balls-out horror before talking about it. So, what do you think--50 years? 60?

I bet 2girls1cup knocked the figure back by a decade.

Adham Nu'man - 2007-12-03
This video is an EXTREMELY tragic event; a long time should pass before anyone talks about it. 50-60 years seems appropriate.

rulestein - 2007-12-03
I already submitted this when it first came out.
Hooker - 2007-12-03
Dupe + suck = this.
Sean Robinson - 2007-12-03
I want a video of the response of these videos. There my nostalgia lies.
Stog - 2007-12-03
futurebot - 2007-12-03
Didn't this thing die in the hopper like twice?
Roachbud - 2007-12-03
How dare these douchebags disregard the cable industry's gift to America. Stephen Colbert dissing W was a C-Span event, not the goddamn internet. Plus this thing sucked a nut.
Adramelech - 2007-12-03
Let's name stuff.
A Jumping Spider! - 2007-12-03
...I was more than a little happy to see the christmas light house appear.
coprolalia - 2007-12-03
Oh my God. We're wasting our lives.
Rabid Vegan - 2007-12-03
Yeah... no.
themilkshark - 2007-12-04
Some parents spent ten thousand dollars on a semester of art school so their douchebag kid could make this. At least it will be the greatest achievement of his life.
Calamity Jon - 2007-12-04
This is the Rich Little stand-up routine of the internet, just several minutes of close-enough impressions and no content of any value. Boo. Boooo. Boooo.

And one star for Rich Little. Booooo.
Randroid - 2007-12-04
Utter shit.
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