Babies

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*[[More Fan Costumes]] — Some of the fans' kids are dressed as, as Strong Bad puts it, "Homestar Babies".
*[[More Fan Costumes]] — Some of the fans' kids are dressed as, as Strong Bad puts it, "Homestar Babies".
*Email [[highschool]] — [[Strong Bad]] describes the citizens of [[Free Country, USA]] as melon-headed babies in their middle school years.
*Email [[highschool]] — [[Strong Bad]] describes the citizens of [[Free Country, USA]] as melon-headed babies in their middle school years.
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*Email [[Myths and Legends]] — The ancient fence drawings show "stolen babies".
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*Email [[myths & legends]] — The ancient fence drawings show "stolen babies".
*Email [[pop-up]] — One of the features of the Strong Bad pop-up book is "wing-a-ling babies".
*Email [[pop-up]] — One of the features of the Strong Bad pop-up book is "wing-a-ling babies".
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*[[Summer Short Shorts]] — In the Puppet Stuff Easter Egg, Homestar attempts to interview [[Very, Very Little Girl]], a real live baby.
*Email [[4 branches]] — In the polymascotfoamalate commercial, [[The Homestar Runner]] wears an infant's bonnet and says to "feed it to the babies".
*Email [[4 branches]] — In the polymascotfoamalate commercial, [[The Homestar Runner]] wears an infant's bonnet and says to "feed it to the babies".
*[[Teen Girl Squad Issue 13]] — [[Tompkins]] is "BABY SAT!!" shorty after claiming he didn't need a babysitter. Also, Timkins the baby apears.
*[[Teen Girl Squad Issue 13]] — [[Tompkins]] is "BABY SAT!!" shorty after claiming he didn't need a babysitter. Also, Timkins the baby apears.
*Email [[winter pool]] — Strong Bad asks [[Strong Mad]] to smack the gelatin pool "like a newborn's biscuit".
*Email [[winter pool]] — Strong Bad asks [[Strong Mad]] to smack the gelatin pool "like a newborn's biscuit".
*[[Strong Bad Gameways]] — Strong Bad warns people sitting in window seats that Baga Yaga might steal their firstborn babies.
*[[Strong Bad Gameways]] — Strong Bad warns people sitting in window seats that Baga Yaga might steal their firstborn babies.
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*[[Summer Short Shorts]] — In the Puppet Stuff Easter Egg, Homestar attempts to interview [[Very, Very Little Girl]], a real live baby.
 
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Revision as of 05:20, 23 October 2008

"A wave o' babies!"

From mere mentions to "waves", babies are hard to miss on homestarrunner.com.

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