Aztecs

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*In [[monument]], Strong Bad says that his monument will rival the Aztec's "[[Club Technochocolate|technochocolate]] land", referencing [[Wikipedia:Tenochtitlan|Tenochtitlan]], the Aztec capital city.
*In [[monument]], Strong Bad says that his monument will rival the Aztec's "[[Club Technochocolate|technochocolate]] land", referencing [[Wikipedia:Tenochtitlan|Tenochtitlan]], the Aztec capital city.
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*In [[bottom 10]], Strong Bad says he hates desserts with dangerous names. A picture of a dessert called "Chocozuma's Revenge" appears.  While "Chocozuma" refers to the Aztec rulers [[Wikipedia:Moctezuma I|Moctezuma I]] and [[Wikipedia:Moctezuma II]], the name of the dessert is apparently a reference to [[Wikipedia:Montezuma's Revenge|Montezuma's Revenge]], a term that usually refers to traveler's diarrhea.
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*In [[bottom 10]], Strong Bad says he hates desserts with dangerous names. A picture of a dessert called "Chocozuma's Revenge" appears.  While "Chocozuma" refers to the Aztec rulers [[Wikipedia:Moctezuma I|Moctezuma I]] and [[Wikipedia:Moctezuma II|Moctezuma II]], the name of the dessert is apparently a reference to [[Wikipedia:Montezuma's Revenge|Montezuma's Revenge]] (a term that usually refers to traveler's diarrhea).
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"Quite possibly the least appetizing name of all time..."

The Aztecs were an ancient civilization in southern Mesoamerica. Strong Bad has referenced this civilization several times while responding to his emails.

References

  • In couch patch, Strong Bad mentions that he was going to hide his Aztec gold in the couch, until he realized he had no Aztec gold.
  • In bottom 10, Strong Bad says he hates desserts with dangerous names. A picture of a dessert called "Chocozuma's Revenge" appears. While "Chocozuma" refers to the Aztec rulers Moctezuma I and Moctezuma II, the name of the dessert is apparently a reference to Montezuma's Revenge (a term that usually refers to traveler's diarrhea).
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